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The Michigan Daily

Vol. XCII, No. 58-S

Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, August 10, 1982

Ten Cents

Twelve Pages


Several hundred University students
will be out of work-study jobs this year
due to cuts in the federally-funded
financial aid program, University of-
ficials said last week.
Originally, the University was
scheduled to lose about $370,000, a 17
percent cut in its work-study budget.
But earlier this summer, the Depar-
tment of Education allocated an ad-
ditional $44 million to the program,
which will restore up to $150,000 for the
University, according to Harvey
Grotrian, director of the University's
Office of Financial Aid.
IN ORDER to offset the federal cuts,
U.S. peace
plan sent
to Israel;
From United Press International
Israeli invasion forces pressuring the
Palestine Liberation Organization to
leave Lebanon bombarded guerrilla
positions in and around war-battered
west Beirut yesterday amid reports of
an imminent U.S.-negotiated peace
Former Lebanese Prime Minister
Saeb Salam, acting as go-between for
U.S. Middle East envoy Philip Habib
and the PLO, said Habib finalized his
evacuation plans for the Palestinians
and submitted the package to the
IN PARIS, PLO Chairman Yasser
Arafat said in an interview published in
the daily newspaper Le Monde that a
definitive evacuation agreement was
"We have reached a final agreement
with the Lebanese government and
with the American emissary Philip
Habib on the details of the departure of
our forces towards several Arab coun-
tries-Syria, Iraq, Jordan and Egypt,'
Arafat was quoted as saying.
In Tel Aviv, reliable sources requesting
anonymity confirmed that a plan poten-
tially acceptable to all sides concerned
in the 64-day-old Israeli invasion was
completed and being delivered to
Prime Minister Menachem Begin.
A SENIOR government source said
yesterday that Israel was willing to
allow an international peace-keeping
force into Beirut before the complete
withdrawal of Palestinian fighters from
p the city.
Israeli warplanes staged a series of
See PLO, Page 5

ds to lose work-study jobs
the University will be reducing work- ts will be closer to 2,400. home and work enough (during the
study awards, said Nancy Longmate, a The remaining positions will then be summer), so they have to work during
senior financial aid officer. open to any applicant-regardless of the school year," she said.
"All of the work-study awards have student financial needs. An education department spokesman
been decreased a little. That way we Although in recent years, federal defended the reductions. "The
can try to spread the money around a funds have not been decreased, the work-study program is not being
little more," she said. "We're going to work-study program has suffered severely cut at all," said William
channel the money to the neediest because more students have been ap- Moran, branch chief for campus-based
students." plying for a accepting work-study jobs, programs at the Department of
During the 1981-82 academic year; Longmate said. Education.
there were about 2,900 work-study jobs "AS MORE and more students accept ACCORDING to Moran, the program
available and about 2,800 students were work-study, there's less to go around .. is losing $22 million in funds nationally,
awarded work-study grants, Longmate There's more demand than there is a cut of four percent.
said. supply," she said. He said however, that individual
THIS YEAR, she said she expects the Longmate said she believes the He soer thatin al
number of jobs on campus to remain economic situation in Michigan has also the funds for the work-study program
the same but estimated the number of had an effect on students and the
work-study awards available to studen- program. "They're not being able to go See HUNDREDS, Page 2

Sust whistle
Dr. Louis Cohen and his wife Darlene of Macon, Ga., look on as their eight-month old daughter Carrie puckers up and
whistles. The child will whistle at the slightest suggestion, a feat that even her mother cannot duplicate.
Anti-nukedemonstrators arrested
From United Press International enforcement desk and then released to Elsewhere, in activities that capped
Dozens of anti-nuclear militants were the Marquette County Sheriff's office. five days of demonstrations also
arrested yesterday in demonstrations In Washington State's Puget Sound, marking the bombing of Hiroshima,
around the country commemorating waterborn activists stalked a nuclear groups conducted peaceful marches,
the anniversary of the 1945 atomic sub, sit-ins and silent vigils.
bombing of Nagasaki. Police arrested 60 anti-nuclear In Atlanta, about 20 people represen-
In Marquette, Michigan, a group of militants in New York City when they ting four peace groups entered three
cross-carrying protestors, including tried to blockade doorways to a nuclear fallout shelters at 11:02 a.m. EDT - the
three Catholic clergymembers were research firm. time of the Nagasaki bombing.
taken into custody after they crossed a AT OFFUTT Air Force Base, Neb., 50 In another peaceful demonstration, a
barbed-wire fence surrounding the K.I. protesters were taken into custody handful of protesters walked through
Sawyer Strategic Air Command base. when they entered the Strategic Air the plant gate at a Goodyear atomic
THE 13 demonstrators, Air Force of- Command's main gate, sat down in the uranium-enrichment plant in Piketon,
ficials said, were taken to the base law street and blocked traffic. Ohio, and knelt in prayer.

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