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Tuesday, March 31, 1970 Ann Arbor, Michigan Page Three

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by The Associated Press and College Press Service

SUB-LET
SERVICE

A U.S. MILITARY COUR' revoked yesterday a premeditated
murder conviction that would have sent a young army officer to
prison for life.
Tho court is scheduled to reconvene today to decide on a sen-
tence for James B. Duffy, an officer who had been accused in the
death of a Vietnamese prisoner captured by his platoon in the Me-
kong Delta last Sept, 5.
After deliberatthg seven-and-a-half hours Sunday, the jury found
the officer guilty of premeditated murder and conspiracy to commit
murder. But thin it discovered that its ruling, under military law,
meant mandatory life imprisonment.
At the defense attorney's suggestion and over the objection of the
prosecution, the court was allowed to reconsider its verdict.
TREMORS shook Turkey yesterday following Saturday's
earthquake;
Turkish goveIrnment officials said 644 bodies had been found and
more were being dug out of the ruins every hour.
Trucks, scores commandeered from towns for miles around, were
hauling in thousands of blankets and tents, field kitchens, and food
and medical supplies.
The International Red Cross, an American Air Force team, and
all area Peace Corps volunteers joined the relief effort.
* * *
SUDAN claimed yesterday that It crushed a rightwing insur-

Air controllers
con tinetrike
By The Associated Press
Air traffic controllers' "sick-out" spread to more airport
towers across the country yesterday, causing numerous flight
cancellations and delays.
Absentee rate continued to run about 25 per cent for the
sixth day of the walk-out from the 21 centers that guide jets
on high-altitude flights.
Meanwhile Federal officials moved to try to head off a
labor crisis which could cripple the nation's trucking and
railroad industries.
In other strike action, government and postal union ne-
gotiators renewed efforts to,
work out a pay boost package.
There was no clear indication
from the Postal Union, how- C ' b di.
ever, whether it would remove
its threats of a renewed walk-
out if an early agreement 11 *i' seek
Iwere reached.
Reacting to the air controllers'
strike, the government yesterday U . 'a M
moved to punish absentees with
suspension and to reward tose
who have stayed on the job with By The Associated Press

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Minister Col. Farouk Hamadallah
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mahdi's partisans attacked a poli
inside.
Hamadallah claimed that po:
control. Cairo radio and 'several7
that the mahdi was entrenched o
000 of his followers in the wake
sasinate a strong Sudanese milita
The mahdi is the religious le
the Sudan and the uncle of Sadi
party in Sudan.
STATE HOUSE MINORIT
Grosse Pointe) announced yeste
constitutional amendment to
right to vote.
Waldron said, "I'm a Johnn3
year-old vote, but I am glad to a
of leaders who have already done
Legislation has been propose
troit), to put the 18-year-old vote
general election.
LEGISLATION APPROVEI
mitteg will help curb use of seer(
inals and tax dodgers withoutr
committee said yesterday.
Its report to the House ref le
Treasury as to how far Congres
banks to keep records that could
actions. '
Daily Official Bulletin
(Continued from Page 2)
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE.
212 SAB, Lower Level
Interviews at Summer Placement:
MARCH 31:
'Kelly ServicesuDet. typing, file clerk,
computer wk., bus. mach,. oper., switch-
board, gen. off. wk.
APRIL 1:
Classic Crafts Corp. summer college
program as company rep., car nec.
I APRIL 7:
Horn Chocolate Co., Indiana, contact-
ing retail grocers in midwest, wk. out
of own district, car nec.
APRIL 8:

f cash and promotions. Cambodian Premier Lon' Nol
,"n . ., .w.sx*.. ..<
Damascus, Syria, Sudan's Interior -Associated Press John A. Shaffer, FAA adminis- said yesterday that his govern-
said the insurrection - allegedly trtrrandintlgast n-netmyakfo rsfo h
,rigious leader -started when the Town in ruls dividual absent controllers a s t United States, France and In-
ligius eadr -stared hentheweek that the government would donesia if Viet Conxg attacks im-
ce station killing all the policemen Soldiers and relief workers search for bodies of victims in the ke prompt action against peril the nation's neutrality.
ruins of Gedis, Turkey, which suffered an earthquake recently. who continued in the "illegal Nol claimed Viet Cong attacks
lice brought the insurrection under About 1300 persons are thought to be dead. strike." Federal employees are were con$inuing inside Cambodia
Egyptian papers reported however, -------- - .. ._-forbidden by law to strike. and that agents of a South Viet-
n- the Nile island of Abba with 30,- namese g u e'r r i l l organization
of an unsuccessful attempt to as- virE~ilVGTo make up for the shortage of nms 1aognzto
of an unsuccessful attempt to as- SPECIA L MEE TING. r'#ccd i' 'h te a were trying to persuade the peas-
SPECIAL ~~~~~~~air traffic controllers, the Federalweetyntoprudthpas
ry leader last week. Aviation Administration (FAA) antry to demonstrate against the
ader of the .largest Moslem sect in; 1 continued to restrict traffic to government.
k el Mahdi, ,head of the opposition SI-U1A 11101"t half the usual flights .in and out Nol said, "If the Viet Oong at-
of New York's three airports and tacks become more flagrant and
out of Chicago's O'Hare Airport. if judged to be grave by the Unit-
Y' LEADER Robert Waldron, (R-" Flights were delayed for up to ed Nations with respect to our
day that he supports a proposed on SU t in j-1R four hours across the country yes- neutrality, it is not excluded that
give Michigan I-year-olds the .aan effort to stave off threat- us."
By TAMMY JACOBS allot to the new LSA Student As- ened trucking a n d'. railroad But Lon Nol told a news con-
dd my name to the broad-based list Student Governnment Council at sembly office space in the Student strikes, a high-level federal me- ference in the Cambodian capital,
a special meeting yesterday, set Activities Bldg, for an indefinite diator stepped into the deadlock- Phnom Penh, that he had, how-
so.limit of $800 for additional fund- time period, as well as $100 and ed nationwide contract talks yes- ever, no intentions of asking the
d by Rep. Jing of the Black Action Movement two boxes of paper. Assembly's terday of the Teamsters union and United States or other countries
question on the ballot at this fall's (BAM) classroom strike. budget, according to its President, the trucking industry while Secre- for troops.
"Though SGC continues to l- David Brand, is $13. tary of Labor George P. Shultz "If we have enough troops we
ly support the strike and the BAM Yesterday's meeting was the called i negotiators in the long can defend our territories our-
D by the House Banking Com- demands, SGC's financial situ- first full meeting of the newly- railroad shopcraft dispute. selves" he explained.
et foreign bank accounts by crim- ation is precarious," Council's mo- elected SGC members who were Trucking contracts c o v e r i n g T
unduly burdening U.S. banks the tion stated. Several members seated last Thursday. . 425,000 drivers across the nation The new premier held the news
maintained that SGC is already SGC has additional ties with the expire at midnightton has not an- to be moving toward civil war.
cts an unresolved dispute with the involved in deficit spending, and coalition besides money. Te strion as nt an- The Cambodian population is be-
therefore, they said, it had to set' nounced a strike 'call, but the ie-ThCabdnpoutinsbe
s should go in requiring domestic thlreitenthiyancdlisupdort sf Council member Joan Martin gotiations three years ago result- ginning to choose sides over leada
1 be used in tracing foreign trans-1 BAM serves on the coalition coordinat- ed in scattered strikes and a na- ershp spliting between the new
ing committee which heads up the tionwide industry lockout before government and t he forces ao
BAM and the coalition suppor't-coltnadgerlyesed- ousted Prince Nordomn Sihanouk.
i thavealready used an es coalition and generally does need- settlement.
Goo HuorCoe Deregoo msey n es- ed organizational work. In addi- The 45,000 members of f o u r In Washington, a State Depart-
men and women, Det. & suburbs. n aee$2,200 wgth of supplies tion, Miss Martin is a member of AFL-CIO rail shopcraft unions ment spokesman said there had
APRIL 9: nnthe coalition's liaison committee have been forbidden by Congress been no requests or hints of re-
ICamp Tamarack, Fresh Air Soc., Det. about $1,200 in mimeo paper, and
caip Tcouns., e nly noc. Dt., about $1,000 in oter uppies dwhich acts as an inter-mediary to strike before April 11, but un- quests from Cambodia for U.S.
cab couns, men onlynurec a m bouht at he stude su between BAM and thecoalition. ion leaders h a v e warned that arms aid.
wtrfrnt., arts & catntr-be-buh tte tdn icu tween BAM a'chitheocoalitio
craft, tripping,'dance, men and women; store and charged to SGC. wildcat strikes could come at any Cambodia's acting chief of mis-
unit supv., caseworkers, truck-bus driv- The Michigan l)aily, edited and man- time by members a n g r y at 15 sion, Or Kosalak, told a n e w s
er, kitcher porter; univ. credit avail. SGC had previously moved to aged by students at the University of months of talks without a pay conference in New York yester-
.I . , .M give BAM all "necessary support" ichig News phoe 64 2. Second m o ta swithotaptay tha he plans to a U.N. Se-
in supplies, but the new $800 limit Clas~s postage paid at Ann Arbor. Mich- irie
OR A I A I N tkspeeec vrta o i gan. 420 Maynard St.. Annl Arbor. Negotiations with the= postal retary-General' U Thant and the
unRGcAN ZA ONT alsoi mved tea y to chigan 48104. Published daily Tues- union continued yesterday as 15-nation Security Council to
Council also moved yesterday to day through Sunday morning Univer- Postmaster General Winton M.
N TIC1 '~ have Executive Vice President sity year. Subscription rates: $10 by 'bring pressure for the withdraw-
1 NOTICES Jerry DeGrieck, draft a letter from t carrier, $10 by mail. Blount held a fourth closed-door al of the Viet Cong and North
.:.r, :;::-:; " ::": .::" ::"x":":::::,: SGC to The Daily urging con- Summer Session pubitshed Tuesday session with union leaders yester- Vietnamese forces from Camnbo-
Uniersty uthranChael l5 'tinued support for both the strike through Saturday morning. Subscrip- day. Both parties o h eoi-da oaa de ehadn
University Lutheran Chapel ,151t nud sthera BAM de d s. tio tes: $3.00 by carrier. $3.00 by tions maintained their policy of plans now for asking for a meet-
Washtenaw, April 1, Mid-week devo- and the BAM demands vmail. official silence on the talks. ing of the Security Council.
tion, 10:00, Student-led. In other action, SGC voted to
DGCTHoEATgRECORPORTION
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GREAT DI RECTORS' FESTIVAL

DOUBLE FEATURE-ENDS TONIGHT

Directed by SHIRLEY CLARKE
Music DIZZY GILLESPIE
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Directed by Michael Truman-The Creator of "The Lavender Hill Mob"
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master of sparse dialogue ideally
' suited to Losey's style. How these
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