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Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 1;

Jr e Action
o resolve
ime Change
Hampton Requests,
Petition Certification
To Speed State Vote
LANSING (A-The House Re-
blican floor leader yesterday put
ssure on the state Board of
nvassers to certify petitions
Ding for a vote on the daylight
ring time issue.
Rep. William Hampton (R-
omfield Hills), introduced a
olution asking that the board
form its statutory duties and
'tify petitions asking for a vote
the people on the issue. "
The resolution urged action "so
e people will know the status of
e time problem in their state."'
rhe board decided Wednesday
delay a decision at least until
ay 24.
Members said they wanted to
ar arguments on both sides of
e issue. They also said they pre-
med to wait until a new member,
than Conyers of Detroit, was
orn in.
Conyers was recently appointed
Gov. George Romney to fill a
cancy on the four-member
yard
'OVerstepped Its Authority'
'This 'is a matter that needs
trifying immediately," rHamp-
n said. "The board has over-
ped its authority in postponing
s decision.
The resolution said the board
iored the advice of Atty. Gen,.
8nk Kelley and refused to follow
e clear mandate of the election
de relative to its administrative
ties.
Kelley has said the board should
ss upon the petitions as speed-
as possible despite any litiga-
n pending in the courts.
Saving time opponents have
ed suits in both the State Court
Appeals and the State Supreme
urt in an effort to block the
ne referendum.
Hampton said the statutory
ties of the board are clear and
e function of the board is to
nfine itself to the administra-
'e duty of the validity of the
titions.
Kelley had said as soon as the
titions are ruled valid, Michigan
uld have to go on eastern day-
ht time-pushing clocks an hour
ead.
Meanwhile, Kelley received a
quest that he seek to hold off
tion on the daylight saving pe-
ions until the government rules
. the time status of the Upper
minsula.
The Federalgovernment has the
wer to place the entire Upper
ninsula in the central standard
ne zone.

Report FightDAILY OFFIC
A ainst Mao The Daily Official Bulletin is an
of.icial ubii.at.or. of the Univer-

Increases

TOKYO (P)-Violent fighting
has swept at least four cities of
Communist China's rice basket:
province, Honan, Japanese reports
from Peking said yesterday. There
were signs that a titanic struggle
between supporters and enemies
of Chairman Mao Tse-tung was
whirling toward a dramatic

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climax. Day Calendar
A wall newspaper of Mao's Red
Guards in Peking, quoted by the Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar-"The Management of Managers'.
Tokyo newspaper Asahi's Peking 140 Business Administration, 8:15 a m.
correspondent, said the clashes to 5 p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m.,
were as "bloody and oppressive"
as those of Indonesia in 1966 when Bureau of Industrial Relations se -
mnar-" Conf erence Leadership Tech -
hundreds of thousands of Commu- niques for Managers"eMichigan Union,
nists were slain in the backwash of 8:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
an abortive coup attempt. The
only figures given were 10 persons Dept. of Engineering Mechanics Sym-
posirnn-"Solid and ,Fluid .Mechanics":
killed and hundreds injured, 300 Registration in lobby, Rackham Bldg., 9
seriously, a.m.
Honan, in the heart of the area
upon which already hungry China
depends for rice, is only one of aO
number of provinces caught up in RGA N IZATION
confused fighting, according to,

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-Associated Press
PICKETING TEACHERS ARRESTED
Over 130 teachers were arrested yesterday in Baltimore for picketing in violation of a court injunc-
tion. The teachers, all members of the AFL-CIO Baltimore Teachers Union, were later released
without charges when the judge received assurances that picketing would stop. The strike is sched-
uled to continue today, since negotiations were deadlocked.
NOTE SOVIET BUILDUP:
Military Favors Nile Missile
Defense System Deployment

WASHINGTON (P)-Gen. Earle
G. Wheeler, chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff, has told Congress
that U.S. superiority in strategic
nuclear weapons was a factor in
the decision that sent American
forces to fight in Vietnam.
Without that superiority, Wheel-
er said, "We would have had even
more hesitation" in deploying
American forces.
Wheeler discussed the balance
of nuclear power in arguing the
military case for U.S. deployment
of 4 ballistic missile defense sys-
tem, a $10 billion to $20 billion
step, that is not now favored by
his civilian bosses.
Soviet Countermeasures
Deputy Secretary of Defense
Cyrus R. Vance said U.S. construc-
tion of an antiballistic missile
system undoubtedly would lead to
Soviet countermeasures, and the
end result would be increased de-
fense spending with no real gain
in security.
Vance testified on Feb. 7,
Wheeler on Feb. 28, in a series of
hearings. conducted by a Senate
Foreign Relations subcommittee
on disarmament.
The censored testimony was
made public last Tuesday.
Wheeler told the subcommittee
the Joint Chiefs of Staff want
the Nike X antiballistic missile
system deployed to help maintain
the total strategic nuclear capabil-
ity or balance clearly in favor of
the United States.

The hearings also produced tes- million appropriated but unspent,
timony that Communist China would provide enough money to
could have, during the 1970s, a begin deployment work, Wheeler
nuclear force capable of killing said.
10 million Americans. Despite the Soviet defense sys-
But Vance said it will take tem. Richard J. Helms, Central
China longer to deploy a signi- Intelligence Agency director -
ficant offensive force than it whose testimony was deleted by
would take the United States to censors-said the United States
build a defense system capable of could now destroy Moscow.
blunting a Chinese attack. "No question, I agree with him,"
"It is not clear that we need an said Dr. John S. Foster Jr., di-
ABM defense against China" Irector of defense research and en-

Vance said.
Soviet Buildup

gineering, who testified Feb. 3.
Secretary of State Dean Rusk,j

Noting that the Soviet Union is a March 3 witness, said if both
erecting an antiballistic missile sides deploy antimissile defense
system around Moscow, and ap- systems, then multiply their of-
parently in other parts of the fensive weaponry to overcome the
country, Wheeler said the Rus- new defenses, there would be an
sians seek an exploitable capa- expensive standoff and the bur-
bility in nuclear weapons. dens and the dangers would con-
He said that would permit them tinue to increase.
to pursue their national aims at Rusk said the administration
conflict levels less than general decided against deployment now
nuclear war. because of the weight of U.S. of-
Wheeler said the United States fensive capability.
should have its own missile de-
fense system to deny thema that Phone 434-0130
option. t [sf fs Ii
The Joint Chiefs of Staff seek dh ns

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the wall newspaper reports. In NOT ICES Atomic ower Development Application details at Bureau.
central- China's Szechwan Pro- ates, Inc., (Japan Fermi Committpe), For further information please call
vince, more than 10,000 persons Detroit, Mich.--Secretary to head of 764-7460, General Division, Bureau o:
were said to have been killed and Japanese team, part-time, perhaps half Appointments, 3200 SAB.
and wounded in recent fighting. USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN- ~ -
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power struggle faction led by Mao Room 1011 SAB.86
and the Communist, party vice Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk dance
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Johnson Budget
Wheeler said President John-?
son's budget seeks $817 million for
research, development and limited
advance production in the anti-
missile field. That sum, with,$167

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