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TheMichigan Daily
Vol. XCII, No. 36-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, July 9, 1982 Free Issue Twelve Pages
BREZHNEV OPPOSES AMERICAN TROOP INVOLVEN

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From The Associated Press port of Latakia. The Palestine The network quoted former Lebanese STATE Department s]
President Leonid Brezhnev Liberation Organization has rejected Prime Minister Saeh Salam in Beirut as Dean Fischer said the Brezi
President Reagan yesterday the offer but Israel welcomed it. saying: "No they are no more insistant by itself would not derail plan
Kremlin might take action in A KEY intermediary between PLO on this." contingent of U.S. troops
eli-PLO conflict if U.S. troops chief Yasser Arafat and U.S. presiden- Deputy White House press
atched to Lebanon. tial envoy Philip Habib said yesterday Brezhnev's letter to Reagan, released Larry Speakes said America
n has offered to send U.S. the Palestinians have dropped their in Moscow, did not specify what action Lebanon remains unchange
to the war-torn nation to demand for a political and military the Soviets might take in the crisis the Brezhnev message.
e the Palestinians' evacuation presence in Lebanon, according to NBC spawned by Israel's invasion of Fischer said all of the U.S.
st Beirut by sea to the Syrian News. Lebanon. the Mideast crisis were ai
r~on l rnhiin of tha

pokesman
hnev letter
s to send a
to Beirut.
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peacetuw resolution of te situation in
Lebanon," and that "it is a matter of
great urgency to achieve a solution to
the problem of west Beirut."
In Beirut, fierce fighting blazed near
Beirut airport. Habib plunged into talks
aimed at defusing a public controversy
over when the PLO should evacuate
Lebanon's Israeli-ringed capital.
U.S. 6TH Fleet warships carring 1,800
Marines stood 50 miles off the Beirut
coast-three hours cruising time-but
Pentagon spokesman Henry Oatto said
in Washington that he doubted
arrangements could be worked out to
send them in to help evacuate the PLO.
"I doubt that it can be arranged," he
told reporters, adding it was a
"hellishly complicated situation" with
many angles to be worked out.
"Everything could fall in place or
everything could fall apart," he said.
"We just don't know ... We are a long
way from a decision to go in."
Brezhnev warned Reagan that if the
Marines were sent in "the Soviet Union
would build its policy with due con-
sideration of this fact." He did not
elaborate on what steps might be taken
by the Kremlin, which backs the PLO
against Israel.
HOWEVER, the Soviet news agency
Tass said sending in the Marines would
aggravate an already explosive
situation, "strengthen the aggressor
and in the final analyss .., supplement
the Israeli occupation with U.S. oc-
cupation."
See SOVIETS, Page5

Music in the park
The Robbie Rosenstock Quartet entertains shoppers yesterday in Liberty Plaza as part of an Eclipse Jazz Series.

By
An innov
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'U'psychiatrists treat infants
y EVELYN SAMMUT vation.
vative program at University 'A newborn needs more than physical nutriment. An in- "THE INFANT may show signs of an
is attempting to stop fant needs emotional nutriment as well.' fant can't tell parents directly what's
problems - almost before -Dr. Antal Solyom, going wrong with the relationship,"
- by offering psychiatric .Solyom said.
to infants. Infant Psychiatry Program Director Soreaia r
sometimes wonder what a Trestment of the child can start at any
sometimes_ ___nder__hat_ __ age, Solyom said, although the younger
st can do for a child who is the infant, the more the doctor must
e-weeks-old to three-years- or child abuse from affecting children detect problems by observing the child work through the parent
Dr. Antal Solyom, director of living with "potential risk factors," and parents ina natural setting, such as work thrsughnthe parertg
Psychiatry Program. "But such as premature birth, illness, or an a playroom. Psychiatrists often discover through
r is always the same, 'We can emotionally disturbed parent, according Trouble with playing, sleeping, banobservation that an emotional dis -
bit.'" to Solyom. eating, or language development are banc is caused when a child senses
ROGRAM is designed to To begin treating children at such an clues to emotional disturbance the
.ri cmvhnna .a nnhpm erlv aide. Solvom said, doctors must psychiatrist looks for during obeer- See 'U' HOSPITAL, Page 3

moos psycnoiogicai prumems

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