Walla Walla Union Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 19, 1976, Walla Walla, Washington
28 Walla Walla Union-Bulletin Wednesday, May 19, 1976
Israeli soldier patrols East Jerusalem
Jewish, Arab students riot at Jerusalem university
JERUSALEM (AP* — Arab and Jewish students dashed with sticks and clubs today at Jerusalem’s Hebrew University and border police used tear gas to disperse a crowd of rock-throwing demonstrators near the ancient walled city.
Minor demonstrations were also reported elsewhere in the occupied West Bank with scattered rock-throwing incidents, but there were no reports of new casualties
Reinforced patrols of Israeli police and troops were under orders to maintain control but avoid bloodshed if possible in the riot-ravaged West Bank and East Jerusalem, where
three Arabs were slain by Israeli gunfire this week.
Witnesses said several dozen Arabs at the Hebrew University demonstrated against Israeli handling of the widespread riots Then a group of Jews, many of them religious students at the university, engaged the Arabs with sticks, rocks and clubs Several persons were struck before police moved in to break up the melee
Radio Israel said police detained eight youths in Arab East Jerusalem who were urging shopkeepers to close their stores. Shops and three schools in the quarter remained closed.
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Lebanon killing slows, but no cease-fire seen
BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) — Fighting in the Lebanese civil war diminished today but no truce appeared near in the tangle of internal politics and Arab diplomatic rivalries
The terror shelling of residential districts on both sides of the Moslem-Christian front lines died away to an occasional round, but police said 45 persons were killed in Beirut street fighting and clashes around a Christian enclave north of the capital.
Still a major stumbling block was the awaited resignation of right-wing Christian President Suleiman Franjieh
Plane buy nixed
OTTAWA. Canada <AP> — Lockheed Aircraft Corp . shaken by a series of international payoff scandals, has suffered another sharp jolt with Canada backing away from a $1 billion purchase of patrol planes
Negotiations for the sale of 18 Orion aircraft collapsed Tuesday night because of a lack of cash to begin the project
The deal, years in the making, fell apart when the government reversed itself and decided it would not provide the cash Lockheed had been unable to borrow from Canadian char tered banks
Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau told reporters Canada would buy the planes only if Lockheed could raise $300 million needed for the early stages of the program
BBC to film plays
LONDON (AP* - The British Broadcasting Corp has announced its most ambitious television project ever, the filming of all of William Shak»*speare's 37 plays.
“We plan to produce six of the plays each year for the next six years." said BBC director of programs Alasdair Milne. “We hope they 11 stand as definitive TV versions of the Shakespearean canon which will last until the end of the century ”
Production is scheduled to start in about 18 months on the $3 6 million program BBC. a semi-public corporation, hopes to hook up with a production partner to finance the project.
"This is a vast project, the biggest we have ever undertaken and a tremendously exciting one." Milne said. “We think it ought to be done and we think we re the only TV organization in the world that can do it."
VANCOUVER, B.C. (AP) - Transient youths entering Canada for vacations are screened for admissability. partially on the basis of then available funds, says J.T Pasman, acting immigration director for the Pacific region
Pasman says that when young persons enter Canada from the United States, immigration officials attempt to ascertain then intended length of stay and demand that they have funds for that period only.
More quakes felt
MOSCOW (AP* — More than 10 new earth tremors rolled across Soviet Central Asia on Tuesday in the aftermath ef Monday's powerful earthquake. The Soviet government began moving relief supplies to the Uzbek republic.
The tremors in Uzbekistan contributed to a lengthening lest of quakes reported recently across the globe
A sharp tremor rattled northeastern Italy on Monday. 11 days after a big quake there took more than 920 lives.
VANCOUVER, B.C. (AP* - Victorias Sealand of the Pacific ignored warnings by the Greenpeace Foundation last year and placed the killer whale Nootka in captivity “in search of quick bucks and cheap sensationalism,” the foundation says after the animal’s death
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