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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRUIAY, SEPTEMBER 22 , 1967~

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AMERICAN OPINION FORUM OF ANN ARBOR
presents
Mr. Gary Allen
Author and Lecturer
SPEAKING ON
"COMMUNISM ON CAMPUS"
SEPTEMBER 22, 1967
Ann Arbor High School
8:00 P.M.

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U.S., Latin Ministers Convene
To Plan Restrictions For Cuba

EFFECTIVE OCT. 1:
House Committee Approves Bill

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FULL MEALS and PIZZA

WASHINGTON (R)U The for- do business with Fidel Castro's
eign ministers of the United States government.
and 20 Latin American nations The foreign ministers also are
convene here today to consider expected to try to set up new
proposals for new and tougher machinery for checking the flow
restrictions on Communist Cuba. of Cuban agents, propaganda and
But American strategists do not money to promote and support
expect any dramatic new pro- subversion in other hemisphere
grams going beyond the lines al- nations.
ready set forth in past Organiza-' This second meeting in 38
tion of American States meetings months of the OAS foreign minis-
on the Cuba-Communist threat. ters council was called at Vene-
The key proposal, by Venezuela, zuela's request after a Cuban-led
guerrilla force was captured on
calls for more stringent economic Venezuelan soil last May.
sanctions, to be imposed by boy- Venezuela charged the group's
cotting private firms in Western mission was to overthrow the re-
Europe. Japan and Canada that gime of President Raul Leoni. Cu-
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ba acknowledgedthatdthe faorce'
naislrngostat naes Saiaries
was Cuban-led and declared ittes
would continue such support to
Latin American rebels. WASHINGTON (P-A budget- respondingly to five and eight the salaries of postal workers an-
The United States hopes the busting federal pay raise combined cents. dother five per cent July 1, 1968.
three-day meeting will not only with anincrease in postal rates These increases would take place Other federal employes would get
increase international pressure that also goes beyond President a month after the legislation was increases in July, 1968, and April,
against Castro but will tighten, Johnson's recommendations won~ enacted, while third-class mail deindtmaeuthgp
hemisphere solidarity, approval yesterday from the House e a e c 1969, designed tomke up the gap
The U.S. tactic is to back up Post Office Committee. officials say exists between govern-
the nine-point proposal by Vene- take effect in January and a,
zuela rather than take the lead. The bill would give postal work- three-stage, 21 per cent increase ment salaries nd comparableJobs
In calling for new, stricter eco- ers a six per cent pay boast and for second-class postage would go in private industry.
nomic measures, Venezuela said it other federal employes a 41/2 per into effect gradually over the next The committee estimated that
believes European and other non- cent raise-effective Oct. 1-and three years.
Communist world traders might would raise all postage rates. The pay-raise bill is some $74 18-month period, postal workers
think twice about trading with Final approval after many weeks million above administration rec-
Cuba if it meant exclusion of their of deliberation came on a 19-6 ommendations because of the now ahead of comparability levels
products from most other Ameri- votelmlarger raise for postal workers. would get a 12.8 per cent pay
can countries.I boost, hl te okr ol
But suggestions for strong eco- The cost of mailing a letter However, the budgetary impact while other workers would
nomic sanctions against free world would go up from five cents to six in the present fiscal year would jet boosts ranging from 17.2 per
nations trading with Cuba found cents, while air-mail stamps would be more substantial. cent for classical employes to 21.8
little support in advance diplo- go up from eight cents to ten In addition to the Oct. 1 pay per cent for Foreign Service per-
matic consultations among the cents. Post cards would go up cor- boosts, the measure would increase sonnel.
OAS countries. ....... .....

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The informal consensus was that
such a step would not have as
much effect on the Europeans asD A
individual actions by the Latin :"
American countries in their own r
commercial dealings with the
countries trading with Cuba. The Daily Ofi
The nine-point generally word- official publicat
ed Venezuelan proposal breaks lit- sity of Michiga
tle new ground in the anti-Castro Maresponsibility
campaign, in the opinion of U.S. sent in TYPEw
authorities, but they nonetheless Room 3564 Admi
welcome it as a shot in the arm fore 2 p.m. of
for the continuing effort. forbSaturday an
No call for a military invasion Notices may be
mum of two tin,
of Cuba is on the OAS agenda. Calendar items
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accepted for pu
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