THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, January 13, 1970
Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, January 13, 1970
RELIEF ACTION BEGINS:
30-month Biaf ran war ends
VP Smith delays IM decision,
indicates possible tuition raise
(Continued from Page 1) he had a mandate from the mili-ges Pompidou made an urgent
sha, Owerri, Awka Engu and Ca- tary yand people to make the step. appeal to U.N. Secretary-GeneralContinued from Page 1 spring called for the construction structure and would yield a build-
armistie. pected from the war-weary na- existence and future of the Ibo Smith has said he is considering of two new multi-million dollar ing of uncertain life, limited pro-
rmurgeGen. Gowon in the name tion, faced with starvation and population" of Biafra, and pledged a plan calling for a recurring tui- buildings-one on Central Campus gram, inefficient operation and
"I ureGn.toodritsnamem n rmtion increase of at least $7 per : and one on North Campus. located on a site which is far more
student per term to pay for a new : The construction would have appropriate for academic under-
to pause while an armistice is In Washington, the W h i t e Thant, who was visiting in $5 million intramural facility on been funded through a recurring takings."
negotiated. House announced that President Lome, Togo, expressed a belief, Forest Ave. The recurring fee tuition increase of up to $15 per
"Those elements of the old gov- Nixon has made available $10 however ,that the Nigerian gov- assessment for the Central Cam- student per tern. This plan would present administration plans in-
enent regime who have made million to help refugees in Biafra. ernment would cooperate with "the pus structure would run for about1also allow for a deferred tuition the gymnasium for a proposed new
negotiation and reconcilation im- The funds will be distributed international community" to ease 11 years. hincrease.e gms ilding.
possible have voluntarily removed through various international re- the plight of the civil war victims. Smith's proposal would allow n 'eschemistry building.
themselves from our midst. lief organizations, including the the tuition increase to be deferred Smiths tentative proposal does The vice president yesterday said
;th tutin icrasetobe efrre not include plan for the North'Thviepsdntytrayad
"A delegation of our people is Red Cross, under the direction of until the facilities open.nd a tuition incease is the only likely
therefore ready to meet the Nige- the Nigerian government. This XA mt dCampus building although he does tuitio indngse o the n
foEabrugtto$8nmlion thwoa ension Although Smith said he is most no uei u o h uue source of funding for the inta-
ian government anywhere far a brought to $80 million the total ,T1 h likely to propose the deferment,, mural facilities. The University
peace settlement on the basis of the United States has made avail- 1 he said he is not opposed to hav- The Central Campus building, has been unable to find private
the OAU resolutions calling for able for refugees. w aw a rus ing the fee increase apply to pres- Smith believes, would merely re- donors to finance the construction,
one Nigeria." He said Sir Louis Tn ently enrolled students, compar- place the facilities of Waterman- ana federal fundings would only
MbnfBar' he utc, The massive expansion of relief,!Babugynsmwhcheas
services is being planned in order The University Extension Serv- ing it to childless people support- Barbou, gymnasium which he calls match monies, he said.
would head ,the five-man team. ng shl bds."jdecrepit."
banheadis also to eadtan ad- to prevent the deaths of millions ice received awards for two con- n schood sy With $100 million already pend-
Mbnf sas oha n a of Biafrans from disease and ference programs and a unique The Advisory Committee onI Smith rejected the pssibility of ing in Lansing fr projects, the
visory council to advise Effiong tarvaion ndependent study coursa Recreation, Intramurals, and Club rehabilitating the building because intramI as ciltiespoes t
in running the affairs of govern- train needn td orea h nrmrl aiiisde o
mentI Britain and theUnstedStates-recent Galaxy Conference on Sports which initiated action on it "would cost a minimum of 50 have any priority, Smith added.
met.Britain and the United States the intramural facilities issue last er cent of the proposed new
Effiong thanked the foreign readied large-scale airlifts after Adult Education in Washington. th ntaurlfaiiteiseat e cn o hepopsde
governments who helped Biafra, phone-call discussions between The citations were made by the W
for their support. He called on all President Nixon and Prime Min- National University Extension As- I I WW
nations to persuade the federal ister Harold Wilson. sociation.
government to cease fire and dis- The Stockholm Joint Church* An award for the course "Teach- ; I
cuss peace. Aid says it is awaiting clearance ing of English as a Second Lang- ,JIj s " I
The British-trained officer said frnm th federa. Niven uage" waspresented to the or-!l I
gerian govern-iuage" was presented to Vhe cor
STHE BLACK STUDENT
MYRON WAHLS ,
FORMER PRESIDENT, WOLVERINE BAR
ASSN. (BLACK MICHIGAN LAWYERS)
DIRECTOR, WASHTENAW COUNTY CEO
REPRESENTATIVES FROM LAW SCHOOLS
Law, Law SCHOOLS,
and COMMUNITY SERVICE
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14
7:30 P.M., Lawyers Club Lounge
ment to start extensive relief
flights into Biafra. A spokesman
for the Lutheran Church Aid and
Swedish Church Aid, said, "Our
17 aircraft are still at the Portu-
guese island of Sao Tome..
"Refugees and regional supply
centers are completed and we
hope they can serve as first aid
So n ight
(Continued from Page 1) j
a ,standing ovation by about 30a
Other citizens charged the ordi-
nance was "un-American, divisive,;
and unnecessary." There were
also charges that the 6rdinance
"smacks of gestapo tactics and
harassment." Other concerns was
expressed that the department's
subpoena authority would infringe
on individual; liberties and would
pose a "socialistic threat to free
Mrs. m ma Wheeler, local
NAACP president,uhad complaints
of a different nature.
She said that a clause in the
ordinance which bars discrimina-
tion relating to employment class-
ification would effectively prevent
the NAACP from giving 4lists of
black personnel tolarge business-
es that seek to increase their num-
ber of black ;employes. She also
charged that it was unfair for
complainants -and not respond-
ents -- to have to testify .under
oath because, she contends, this
places the potential legal risk of
such testimonies on the complaint
respondence study department "in
recognition of an outstanding in-
dependent study course."
The course is said to be the
first to combine tra'ditional cor-
respondence with newer auto-in-
structional techniques such as use
of tapes featuring native speak-
ers inseveral languages, self-ad-
ministered tests, and a series of
"Social Change Through Com-
munity Service," a one-day con-
ference marking the 30th anniver-:
sary of the school of education's
community adult education de-
s,/...1 .. V
will face a terrible situa-
one week if large-scale aid
be arranged immediately,"
In Vatican City Pope Paul VI
appealed to all governments and,
"'men of good will' to take speedy
action to save innocent lives in
2nd Floor Union
INTERVIEWS JAN. 19-23
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The Black Law Student Alliance
Biafra." partment, received a creativity
In Paris, French President Geor- t award.
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The University of Michigan Law School
GRAD UATE ASSEMBLY
ELECTION OF NEW OFFICERS
r ON JANUARY 28, 1970
Any Graduate or Professional Student may have his
name placed in nomination by contacting a G.A.
representative, attending the January 14 meeting,
or contacting the Nominations Committee (764-
4219). Nominees may address the January 14 meet-
ing if they desire to do so. (No campus-wide cam-
paigns will take place since only the G.A. representa-
tives vote in the election.)
Nominations Meeting-January 14
Election Meeting-January 28
Place of Meeting: West Conference Room, Rackham
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