THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, May 6, 1976
China faults USSR
TOKYO I--('hia sid Wedne d'y the Soviet Ut ion "hs
outstripped U.S. imperiali atin itt perniciousness and 1n1'tlable
greed for exploitation and plitder of the Third World.'
The offici nIioho new's agency said nin a Pekog hroadcas
monitored herC th t oth superpowirs are eng" ged "it , hbitet
ri alry fir the 'oarce of raw matertals and to rkte f;r theI
cormodis I the third arid and doing their otmo, tto prcserve
th old int)rn ti nat einnoi ordir.
The UmI I State. it dtcir d, throagh tI tratt 'a tiona cim-
p nie. tt Ind ''wirtd i! tatry in 't ititn ttnder it. con rt I has-
ioplanted ittUttrot itotdcktag ttih to the Third Wtrld
Butt h a at'tthy'-o'too ?I)? t t dI ' ''ri 'actax of tIle
tird W irlid ' i .' ilsh ''iid
The Soii't UIott it "'at1 1 1t't ipl erit coit " v''1 that
'hoodwink' and r hiIev expui d the deielopin iicountries in
A ia, Afri" aad Iititn tmtria " hr ugh all kind (f 'aid' and
s -called 'ioint''tck enter rie . . ' 'ctiualt trant natiinal t coo
panies in disguise,' the broadta t dded.
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Christian Phalangists and Palestinians join han ds to dramatize yesterday's ceasefire in war-
Cease-fi*re cIms Beirut
(CvntitUfrO rout Page 3)
lem streetfighter in the middle
of the debris of war.
"God willing one day we will
sit together and eat together
and drink together," he said.
"If only the big shots will leave
THE PLA, the regular mili-
tary arm of the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization (PLO) set
up scores of sandbagged posi-
tions to form a one hundred-
yard-wide buffer zone along the
two-mile front line separating
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Christian and Moslem neighbor-
hoods in Beirut.
The cease - fire was worked
out by the Syrian - Lebanese -
Palestinian truce committee to
allow a session of parliament
scheduled for Saturday to elect
a replacement for President
Suleiman Franjieh, a Christian.
The leftist Moslem alliance
made his departure, before his
term expires in September, a
major demand. Afterwards,
they want discussions on re-
forms in the Christian - domi-
nated political system.
THERE WAS growing specu-
lation that the election may be
delayed. It was originally sched-
uled for last Saturday but was
postponed at the last minute.
The local press quoted Inter-
ior Minister Camille Chamoun,
a Christian, as saying he did
not expect the session to take
place until security improved.
The leader of the right-wing
Christian Phalange party, Pi-
erre Gemayel, was quoted by
the Phalange pirate radio as
saying he may send a delega-
tion to Syria to seek clarifica-
tion about the deadlock in the
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