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Saturday, July 26, 19-15

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

.if1". Tr umvirate to
rule Portugal
LISBON, Portugal (A - Portugal's ruling armed
forces created a triumvirate of generals yesterday to gov-
ern the country with virtually unlimited powers:
-< >The decision by the 240-member Armed Forces Move-
ment represented a victory for the Communist-backed
premier, Gen. Vasco Goncalves. Serving with Goncalves
on the directorate will be President Francisco da Costa
Gomes-a moderate-and the national security chief.
Gen. Atelo Saraiva de Carvalho. He is known as a nation-
alistic leftist.
: Moderate officers in the left-wing military govern-
=.ment had opposed such a ruling trio on grounds that it
was too great a concentration of authority.
The decision was announced after a 14-hour meet-
ing of the Armed Forces Movement assembly. A spokes-
person said the 30-man Revolutionary Council of top of-

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fivers would serve as a consult-
ing body.
There were reports that seven
council members, including the
foreign minister, Maj. Ernesto
Melo Atomes, had resigned be-
cause of the power play by the
more radical officers.
The council spokesperson said
the three generals were named
in a move to "centralize" au-
thority.
Moderates officers had ac-
csed radicot elements of ignor-
ing resltls of last April's elec-
tions for a constitutional assem-
bly. The Socialists and Centrist
Ponlr Democrats won two-
thirds of the votes but both par-
ties nilled out of the coalition
cabinet within the past two
weeks' accusing the military
ruers of seeking to establish a
Con-mnist-influenced dictator-
shio. The Communists won 12%/
per cent of the , ballots in- the
election.
Earlier in the day Costa
Gomes had cautioned the radi-
cals against going to far too fast
o with their leftist "revolution."
In Washington, Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger said the
United States has complained to
ar- the Soviet Union shout interven-
g- tion in Portugal's internal af-
ut fairs.
"To the extent that the Soviet
Union is active in Portugal we
consider it incompatible with the
relaxation of tensions . . . Kis-
singer said.
Costa Gomes told a military
assembly:
"The pace of the revolution
has reached a speed people do
not have the capacity to ab-
sorb."

Local police command officers
and City Hall are presently gear-
ing up for a last ditch effort to
avoid suing each other over
their on-going labor dispute.
The two parties are scheduled
to meet next Thursday to con-
clude their three week-long
b i n d i n p arbitration hearings
which have been marked with
threats of iaw suits and c uu.ser
suits over the settling of a long-
awaited two year contract with
city nolive command officers.
THE TROUBLE began in mid-
June when City Council reiected
a labor contract with .he offi-
cers. They then threatened to
file unfair I a b o r practices
charges and a lawsuit in'euuded
to force the city to pay a'l legal
expenses encoantcred during the
negotiations and accept the pre-
viou'sly rejected contract.
City Administrator Sylvester
Murray then declared the city
would chsrge the police ,)ff'cers'
union, Teamsters Local 214, with
failure to bargain in good faith
by refusing to actively negatiate
with the city.
Murray contended that Local
See POLICE, Page 7

Ride 'em ...
Members of an expedition called "Operation Jumbo's Trek," clamor aboard Birma,a
old elephant, to try out Hannibal's mode of travel recently at Buller Barracks, Alders
land. The expedition will follow the route taken by Hannibal across the Alps in 218
instead of using elephants, members will march and ride in trucks.

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Hathaway quits as Interior
Serry *-ites hath
ASHINGTON P) - Secre- before being hospitalized do not Hathaway's appointment d
of the- Interior Stanley give him the shortest term as severe criticism from envi
haway, who is undergoing interior secretary.- Thomas Mc- mentalists, who ::laimed1
chiatric care for depression Kennan, the second interior sec- the former governor had cot
fatigue, resigned yesterday retary, took office Aug. 15, 1850, tently favored the interests
r reasons of personal health." and resigned.11 days later, cit- land developers and the mit
former governor of Wyo- ing his "nervous temperament." industry over protection of
g, he had held the job only THE DEPARTMENT of In- environment.
weeks after a storm of con- tenor now is without its two top
ersy over his nomination in ofii. Pei. nil . ssSc During the lengthy heari
Senate. officials. Presidential Press Sec- on his nomination, more con
RESIDENT FORD accepted retary Ron Nessen said depart- versy arose over Hathawc
resignation with "deepest ell is the highest ranking offi- relationship to his homet
rets" and made it effective cial and will assume the duties bank and the director's fees
nation of a successorn of acting secretary until a re- received while he was gover
an exchange of letters over placement is confirmed. from 1967 until 1974.

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Attorney will appeal
'U' residency ruling

By JEFF RISTINE
Attorney Arthur Carpenter
will appeal to the state Supreme
Court, a ruling which upheld
the University's right to deter-
mine out-of-staterresidencytfor
tuition rates.

the resignation, Ford wrote
Hathaway "I want you to know
that I fully understand and sym-
pathize with the health consid-
erations which have prompted
your decision"
Hathaway, 51, entered Bethes-
da Naval Medical Center on
July 15. Spokespersons for him
have said that he suffered from
fatigue and was under psychi-
atric care for "moderate de-
pression"
WHILE HATHAWAY was in
the hospital, his press spokes-
man, Sam Marler, said it was
discovered Hathaway also was
suffering from "mild diabetes."
Marler said yesterday it would
have been about 2 to 3 months
before Hathaway could resume
work.
Hathaway's 32 days in office

Guerria attacks rock Argenti;na
five wounded in outbreak of vi'olence
BUENOS AIRES (UPI)-Left- office of La Nacion newspaper returned the fire, police sources
ist guerrillas bombed, burned and the rich Barrio Norte dis- said.
and shot up police stations and trict's La Biela restaurant. The attacks, on the eve of the
offices last night on a wild ram- Cars in the area were set- anniversary of the death in 1952
page through the Argentine cap- ablaze and a number of the po- of lfetist Peronist standard bear-
ital and outlying districts. lice stations were rocked with er Eva Peron, increased belief
Four police officers and at bazooka fire, police said. they were staged by the leftist
least one guerrilla were Wound- Rebel bands opened fire on Peronist guerrilla group the
ed, police sources said. A police the army's Ciudadela artillery Montoneros.
dragnet was clamped across the unit, but details were not known.
city. SEVEN GUERRILLAS opened - THE MONTONEROS went un-
THERE WERE at least 20 at- fire from a pickup truck on the derground last September to
tacks, including an army post, home of assistant police chief fight the government of Isabel
at least four police stations, the Elio Rossi, then fled as guards Peron.

"That's why I started it in
the first place," Carpenter said
yesterday,"to get it to the Su-
preme Court.",
THE MICHIGAN C 0 U R T
of Appeals Thursday upheld a
Washtenaw County Circuit Court
decision in a class action suit
filed by four students on behalf
of all out-of-state students.
Their lawsuit contended that
only the state legislature, and
not the Univsersity Hoard of Re-
gents. has the right to establish
criteria for deternuining resident
status.
Carpenter said the 19-month
process of getting his case
through the appeals court stage
was "like stopping for a flat
tire."
CARPENTER C A L L E D
"absurd"'the appeals court de-
cision this week which said the
Regents have an 'independent
authority equal to that of the
legislature."

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