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TRIPOLI, Libya Col. Moammar Khadafy called for
a shutdown of all U.S. bases in the Mediterranean in the
wake of the dogfight between U.S. and Libyan jets over
the Gulf of Sidra, the official Libyan news agency JANA
The Libyan strongman was quoted- as saying in a
reference to President Ronald Reagan's career as an ac
tor: "He is using international politics as if it were some
theatrical play. We want to remind Reagan that perform
ing in the Mediterranean is different from doing it on
The news agency said Khadafy made the comments in
a speech Saturday in Ethiopia, where he jeered the
United States three days after two Soviet-made Libyan
SU-22 jets were shot down by U.S. F-14s.
In the same remarks, Khadafy said Libya would de
fend its claim on the Gulf of Sidra even it it leads to a
third world war, and declared his nation was prepared, to
"battle with America face to face."
The United States says two of its F-14s shot down the
Libyan SU-22s in self-defense after being attacked and
that no U.S. plane was lost.
. "It is a great shame for America that millions of peo
ple in the world see it today with anger and indignation,
spitting in its repugnant face," JANA quoted Khadafy
as saying it a six-page report on his speech. '
Khadafy spoke to millions of Ethiopians in the capital
of Addis Ababa, where he was on an official visit, the
news agency said. He flew to the United Arab Emirates
on Sunday for a two-day visit. . .
"I call upon the Mediterranean people to stand
against the deployment of American troops on their
countries," he said. "We invite the peoples of the
Mediterranean to take a position against the American
military bases in their territory."
Khadafy has often urged closure of foreign military
bases, both U.S. and those of other countries. He said
the U.S. 6th Fleet which includes the aircraft carrier
that launched planes that downed the Libyans should
leave the Mediterranean.
"Reagan has ignored international law and is playing
with fire," Khadafy said.
He did not repeat earlier claims by Libya that it shot
down an U.S. warplane in the air battle during 6th Fleet
naval exercises in the Mediterranean about 60 miles off
the North African coast.
Speaking to journalists Friday, Khadafy said that, the
Libyans fired first in the dogfight. He' said the two Li
byan jets warned a lone F-14 that it was in Libyan air
space and shot it down when it did not turn away. Then
eight F-14s ambushed the Libyan planes and shot them
down, according to Khadafy.
There was no immediate response from the United
States to Khadafy's comments. Secretary of State Alex
ander M. Haig Jr. said Friday he hoped the matter of the
dogfight was "behind us."
Khadafy also said Libyan television filmed the
wreckage of an American F-14 that Libya claims it shot
down. ' ' . '
Ethiopia Radio broadcast a speech Saturday by
Khadafy at a Libyan-Ethiopian "solidarity rally" in
which he said the shooting of the Libyan planes showed
that the United States "is a dangerous force against
peace and international law."
The live broadcast from Addis Adaba was monitored
in Nairobi, Kenya. Official sources in the United Arab
Emirates said Khadafy had postponed his visit a day and
would arrive Sunday in Abu Dhabi, capital of the Per
sian Gulf federation. .
Earlier, JANA reported that' Libya urged the Or
ganization of African Unity to denounce AmericaV'ag
gression" and "international terrorism" in attacking the
Libyan warplanes. '
The complaint called OAU attention to the "dan
gerous situation" arising from what Libya has called
American violation of Libyan air space and territorial
waters. ," '. .
JANA said the complaint was lodged Friday with the
OAU headquarters in Addis Ababa by Libyan Foreign
Minister Abdel Salam Al-Tareki, who is accompanying
Khadafy on the visit to Ethiopia.
Khadafy said in a speech in Addis Ababa on Friday
that the United States violated Libyan territorial waters
and that American planes "unscrupulously violated
Libya's air space," the Yugoslav news agency Tanjug
reported. .. .
"The U.S. is .V. endangering world peace and the
. security of free and independent states, V Tanjug
t reported Khadafy as saying!.
Libya claimed most of the Gulf of Sidra in 1973,
although the claim is hot generally recognized. ; The
United States says a country's air space extends only
three miles beyond its coast. ,;; ..' :' ...
; Libya's relations with the United States have worsen-;
ed since Khadafy took power in a coup Sept. 1, 1969.r
The U.S. Embassy in Tripoli has been closed since
December 1979, when a crowd sacked and burned it.
The Reagan administration expelled Libyan diplomats
from the United States in May, responding to what it
called Khadafy's support of international terrorism.
About 2,000 U.S. nationals live in Libya, mostly oil
company employees and their families. There has been,
no indication that they have been menaced since the
dogfight. 'About 7 percent of all U.S. oil imports come
from Libya. : '
Secretary of State Haig said Sunday the United States
will no longer tolerate provocations by the Soviet Union
and its client states, such as Libya's challenge to U.S.
warplanes in the Mediterranean last week.
Haig said in a television interview that the United
States wants to improve relations with the Soviet Union,
but that can happen only with restraint "in what has
been sue years of unacceptable Soviet international
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In advance of his . first meeting with Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko, to be held at the U.N.
General Assembly in late September, Haig indicted the
Soviet leadership for lawless acts by such countries as
Cuba and Libya. I
He was interviewed on ABC-TV's "Issues and An
swers" program; - ' . '
Haig said exchanges of messages disclosed since the
U.S.-Libyan air clash Wednesday suggest the Libyan
pilots "were on a targeted mission" against American
He made clear he thought the Libyan challenge of two
U.S. Navy jet fighters, which shot down two Libyan
warplanes, was ordered by the government of Khadafy
as the latest in a series of "testing incidents."
"I don't believe it was a spur-of-the-moment, pilot's
accidental action," Haig said. " .1. I'm not one that be
lieves that these kinds of things, in a disciplined organi
zation ... are not pretty carefully managed and controll
But he said he was confident that the U. response in
the incident "will be an effective termination of similar
events in the near future."
Haig characterized as "unacceptable norms of inter
national behavior" such activities by the Khadafy regime
as its support of terrorism, subversion of governments
along Libya's borders and its invasion of neighboring
He said it was in the U.S. and world community's in
terest to "no longer overlook these illegal activities, ;
whether they come from Libya, Cuba or the Soviet
Union." ' . ; '' -
He said the Soviets supply arms to the Libyans far
beyond their defensive needs. "It is the Soviet Union
that provides the means to permit this situation to go
on he said. : " , v - '..
" "It is a situation in which the time has long since pass
ed where the free world, and the United States as. a
leader of the free world, must stand up and be Heard on
this issue,' he said. - . 1 .;
Haig said "Sovjet proxy interventionism" will be
among the issues he will discuss with Gromyko next
month. Other likely topics, he said, will be nuclear force
reductions in Europe, trade, arms control, Afghanistan .
and, Cambodia. ;
"I don't anticipate we're going to have any wowing,
breakthroughs in a meeting of this kind," he said, .
"More likely what we'll have is some rather stiff ex
changes' leading to further meetings as a prelude to a
possible summit meeting between President Reagan and
Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev.
' Haig defended the U.S. sale of AWACS reconnais
sance planes to Saudi Arabia as producing "a funda-'
mental improvement of the United States' strategic posi
tion in the Middle East."
"It is going to be an enhancement of our ability to
control events, and it is going to be a profound improve
ment to our allies ability to preserve and protect the vital
oil resources of that region, he said.
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federal government, which led to an ad
ministrative law hearing.
The hearing began in Washington, D.C.,
last year to determine whether UNC was
complying with governmental guidelines.
The government, UNC and the NAACP
each presented witnesses, and the Univer
sity had paid $1.8 million in legal fees be
fore the consent decree was signed last
The decree calls for increased minority
enrollment at the predominantly white
schools, equal financial support per stu
dent for "colleges with similar missions"
and 29 new bachelor's and master's pro
grams at the predominantly black univer
sities. The NAACP complained that during
negotiations held before the decree was
signed, the Legal Defense Fund was not
contacted and played no part in the agree
ment. "(The settlement) was arrived at
through secret negotiations between the
Department of Education and' North
Carolina, from which (the NAACP) was
wholly excluded," the brief said.
In a prepared statement after the decree
was signed, Rauh said, "Twenty-seven
years after the Supreme Court outlawed
segregation, the Reagan administration
and the government of North Carolina
agreed to a segregated system of higher
education. This is not only separate but
"Frank Porter Graham, the great edu
cator of North Carolina decades aso, must :
be a whirling dervish in his grave," he
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The consent decree, which expires in
1986, specifically calls for:
A goal of 10.6 percent black student
enrollment at traditionally white schools
and . 15 percent white enrollment at the
traditionally black schools by the 1986
1987 academic year.
Black institutions to get an equal
share of all new programs within schools
of a particular academic category.
"Equal financial support per student
for colleges with similar missions.
A student-faculty ratio at black insti
tutions "at least as good" as that of the
white institutions with similar missions.
A proportionate share of all new cap
ital spending for the black schools.
Requirement of a doctorate or other
final degree for new, full-time faculty
members or tenure appointments at the
black schools, "except in exceptional cir-
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Kickbacko tied to Preoser
CLEVELAND (AP) ' International Teamsters Union Vice President Jackie
Presser, a former member of President Ronald Reagan's transition team, has
been accused of receiving nearly $300,000 in cash kickbacks from a public rela
tions firm that did business with the union, a newspaper said. . .
In a copyright sfory Sunday, The Cleveland Plain Dealer said it obtained a
sworn deposition and other information in a 4-vear-old civil suit accusing
Presser of receiving money from Hoovcr-Gorin.& Associated Inc., a Las
Vegas, Nev , advertising firm hired by the Teamsters in the early 1970s to im
prove the union's image. .
The suit was filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles by Harry Haler, a
former company consultant, against Hoover-Gorin in a dispute over wages,
The Plain Dealer said. - " -
Haler said in the deposition that for about 1 Vi years he delivered money to
Presser or arranged for associates to deliver it for him. The kickbacks, m cash
and totaling $16,500 a month, were the price of doing business with the Team
sters Union, the deposition said.
N.C. acid opiil investigated
RALEIGH (AP) State environmental teams have been investigating the
accidental discharge of phosphoric acid from a Texasgulf Chemicals Co. fer
tilizer plant near Aurora into the Pamlico River.
But Ted Mew, ati emergency response coordinator in the state Department of
Natural Resources and Community Development, said that, "based upon the
incomplete information we have now, we don't expect any maj or environmen
tal impacts from the discharge." -
Bob Upton, public relations manager for Texasgulf, said the phosphoric acid
was believed to have accidentally leaked from a transfer line about 3 a.m;
Thursday. ; v ; r ..-i"-. : : "
. He said it could riot be determined how much of the 54 percent acid solution
leaked into containment ditches around the plant. But Jim Sheppard, an
NRCD spokesman, said preUminary indications from company officials show
ed that some 0 tons, or 15,000 to 20,000 gallons, were involved.
ILS. rcjecto plea to negotiate
WASHINGTON (AP) ' - Transportation Secretary Drew Uwis flatly re-:
jected on Sunday a plea by international air traffic controllers to resume talks
with the striking U.S. controllers union.
The International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers Associatibns,
meeting Sunday in Amsterdam, urged President Ronald Reagan to reopen con
tract talks with the U.S. controllers union in an attempt to end the threeweek
strike by nearly 12,000 U.S. controllers. ,wt
Lewis said he would meet with representatives of the international group to
try to assure them that U.S. skies are safe, but said the administration's posi
tion against renewed negotiations stood firm ;-"T T
"We're pleased to listen to any ideas they have internationally," Lewis said
on the NBC program, "Meet the Press." "But this is really a matter between
our government and the traffic controllers."
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Williams payo he won't resign
WASHINGTON (AP) The attorney for Sen. Harrison A. Williams Jr.
ZH $$! tvI sports that the Senate efhics committee's
SDecial counsel will recommend his exnukion todav. .z!r.-w
George Koelzer, one of Williams chief lawvers. on Saturday.
Williams, D-N.J., was convicted in May on bribery charges growing out of
the FBI's Abscam investigation.
In a telephone interview Friday with The New York Times, Williams said he
was told by reliable sources that the special counsel for the Senate Select Com
mittee on Ethics would recommend his expulsion.
Williams, 61, said he had considered resigning, but "at this point my con
science tells me to stick and fight."
Sirhan appeals to Kennedy
LOS ANGELES (AP) Sirhan B. Sirhan, the murderer of Robert F. Ken
nedy, has appealed to Sen. Edward Kennedy in the apparent hop; it will get
, him out of prison sooner, according to a spokesman for Sirhan.
Sirhan is up for parole Sept. 1 , 1984 but the Los Angeles district attorney is
fighting the release, claiming Sirhan has boasted he would kill the Massa
Sirhan wrote Kennedy denying the allegations as, "false and unfounded,"
said Arab advocate M.T. Mehdi in releasing Sirhan's latest letter to Kennedy
on Friday. .
"I pray for your health, safety and long life as well as the safety and long life
of your entire family," Sirhan wrote Kennedy. "Please accept my remorse for
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