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Page 2-A--Friday, September 11, 1981-The Michigan Daily
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South Quad until 8 p.m. and breakfast
options offered at Bursley and the East
and South Quad snack bars. The con-
tinental breakfast program at Stock-
well will be discontinued. Sunstad said
the continuous meal plan may be-im-
plemented at South Quad or Bursley in
the future.
A hot breakfast will be served at
Markley from 7-10:30 a.m., lunch in the
second dining room until 4 p.m., and
dinner until 8 p.m. Kluck said the
cafeteria will continue to provide sack
lunches.

For fore and schedule information call:
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IN BR IEFv
Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports
U.S., Israel to undertake
joint military measures
WASHINGTON- The United States and Israel have decided to undertake
joint nilitary -measures to guard the Middle East against the Soviet Union
and other "external threats," Secretary of State Alexander Haig Jr. said
yesterday.
Haig told reporters the two governments were drafting a memorandum to
formalize the new ties set by President Reagan and Israeli Prime Minister
Menachem Begin during two days of talks at the White House.
Specifically, Haig said, the United States and Israel might conduct joint
naval exercises and Begin would discuss with William Casey, director of the
Central Intelligence Agency, sharing information gathered by U.S. spy
satellites.
Defense Dept. announces
$2.7 billion sale to Saudis
WASHINGTON- The Defense Department notified Congress yesterday
that it intends to sell Saudi Arabia nearly $2.7 billion in military services and
equipment.
The announcement came at a time when Israeli Prime Minister
Menachem Begin is in this country arguing against sales of sophisticated
spy planes to the Saudis. However, the services and material included in the
latest proposed sale would only add to existing military agreements with the
government in Riyadh.
The Pentagon also announced it intends to sell $855 million in various
weapons and defense equipment to several other Middle Eastern nations and
to Indonesia and Spain. Included are $20 million in surface attack guided
missiles and support services to Egypt.
O'Connor supports death
penalty, opposes busing
WASHINGTON- Sandra Day O'Connor, treading cautiously toward
Senate confirmation as a Supreme Court justice, said yesterday that she
supports the death penalty for some crimes and is opposed to forced busing
to desegregate public schools.
In her second day of testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee,
Mrs. O'Connor said she twice spoke personally with President Reagan
before it was anounced she was his choice to become the first woman
justice on the court.
She declined to describe those conversations, but said no promises were
made on how she would vote on any particular issue.
"I was not asked (by Reagan) to make any commitment concerning..
how I would resolve any issue that might come before the court," Mrs.
O'Connor said in answer to a series of questions from Sen. Charles Grassley
(R-Iowa).
The committee, which is expected to conclude three days of hearings
today, is likely to vote next Tuesday to recommend Mrs. O'Connor's confir-
mation, with the full Senate confirming her nomination the next day.
Reagan reveals budget cuts
WASHINGTON- President Reagan yesterday gave his Cabinet its first
look at the new round of budget cuts he wants, which likely will include a vir-
tual across-the-board trimming next year and total reductions of $30 billion
in fiscal 1983 and $44 billion in fiscal 1984.
The Pentagon budget will be one of the targets for cutting and sources who
declined to be named said only a few "sacred cows" would escape the budget
axe.
The president publicly voiced displeasure at Wall Street's sluggish
response to the elements of his economic program already adopted and he
urged his Cabinet not to be "stampeded now by frustration or fear."
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Vol. XII, No. 2
Friday; September I, 1981
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KEVINTOTTIS
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