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Fridav. Februarv 6. 1 q71

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3ardach stresses importance
f aquaculture development

Nixon says Hanoi responsible
for widening of Indochina war

of the nutritionally impoverished
areas of the world could be sub-
stantially brightened through ex-
panded utilization of the marine
segment of the biosphere.
"Malnutrition is most severe
where there exists an acute short-
age of protein in the basic diet,"
Baldach said.
He also pointed out that a
"shortage of protein during a
child's early years may result in
permanent brain and nervous dis-
orders," but added that "aquacul-
ture provides substantial sources
of protein."
Bardach explained that t h e
source of this nutritional value or-
iginates with the abundance of
plankton in the seas of the world,
but pointed out that economic and
technical reasons make the har-
vesting of this plankton "totally
out of the question."
"We must, therefore, direct our

aquaculture, this type of ecological
balance "is only attainable where
the water resources have been re-
spectfully protected from indus-
trial pollution."
Citing insecticides as a serious
menace to the aquaculture, B a r-
dach warned that "however small
the quantity of local contribu-
tory pollution to the Huron river,
all eventually finds its way into
the Atlantic Ocean."
Petition to
stop probe

efforts at harvesting the natural (Continued from Page 1)
harvesters of the plankton, aqua- vestigation. They also a r g u e d
tic animal life," he said. that s t a t e me n ts by Prosecutor
Suggesting that modern tech- Donald Burge would bar an
niques common in the develop- unbiased study of the incident.
ment of agriculture be similarly and indicated that the probe
applied to aquaculture, Bardach might lead to political persecu-
pointed out that "rivers, estuaries tion.
and coastal sea areas hold the Furthermore, the youths c o n-
future for the development of tend that the grand jury is act-
aquaculture."- He added, as an ing illegally in making such an
example, that "mainland China is investigation because the jurors
the largest aquaculture producer were called originally to investi-
in the world." gate illegal drug traffic in t h e
Bardach also explained that in county.
many areas of Asia fish breeding Fox, with the approval of the
has been as successfully developed county's other two circuit judges,
as cattle breeding in the Western requested the grand jury investi-
Hemisphere. gate the disorder.
Noting that in many areas hu- The incident followed from a
man waste products have been march organized by three local
channeled as basic input into the radical groups, the Brown Berets,
____ - the United Front, and Serve the
People. They had obtained a par-
B or Os ade permit from the city council
prior to the anti-war march.
In the course of the march
"snowballs and stones were thrown,
housing causing according to some esti-
mates $1,000 in damage. Police
(Continued from Page 1) were called in to break up the
Buffalo St. area near the stadium. rdistsrbance and made eight ar-
In otheyBrd actin theHousing Another student has since been
Poli c icy Board unanimously ap- arrested and. charged with dese-
provd apla fo optona brak-cration of the American flag.
fast contracts which will be offer- In addition, two local business-
ed to residence hall occupants Imen were arrested and charged
next year. The breakfast option menlwer red g
will cost. $84. with loitering.
The contract breakfast will be
served at Bursley, Mosher-Jordan, TV R E N TA LS
and West Quad, if approximately
350 students at each hall indicate $10.50 per month
they would like the option. Resi- NO DEPOSIT
dents of other dorms may con- FREE DELIVERY
tract to eat at any of the three AND SERVICE
dorms which serve the breakfast. CALL:
The contract breakfast is in ad- Ne u T
dition to a pay-as-you-eat con- -JAC I RN L
tinental breakfast which will be 662-567
served at all residence halls.
* ®E

(Continued from Page 1)
against the Cambodian govern-
ment - or, presumably, they could
work into expanded operations in
Laos. Nixon said that in Cam-
bodia and Laos Hanoi has two
"First, and primarily, to use
them as infiltration routes, stag-
ing bases, and sanctuaries for at-
tacks against South Vietnam. Se-
condly, to erode governmental con-
trols in order to aid their efforts
in South Vietnam and perhaps
take over Laos and Cambodia
However, Nixon expressed con-
fidence that even without h e 1 p
from American ground combat
troops, Laos and Cambodia can
withstand efforts to destroy them.
"We believe that the two gov-
ernments can survive through
their own efforts, our various
kinds of assistance, and that of
other friends. We look to them
to shoulder the primary combat re-
sponsibilities for their own de-
In his broadcast, Nixon tended
toward an optimistic assessment
despite some of the problems de-
tailed in the 180-page document
he and White House aides pre-
pared for Congress.
"In Southeast Asia today," he
said, "aggression is failing -
thanks to the determination of
the South Vietnamese people and
to the courage and sacrifice" of
America's fighting men."
He said "our eventual goal is a
total withdrawal of all outside
forces" but U.S. troops will re-
main in South Vietnam as 1o n g
as North Vietnam holds U.S. war
Over-all, Nixon defended his
doctrine of reducing U.S. activities
abroad but said this should not
go too far.
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"We have learned in recent years
the dangers of over-involvement,"!
he said. "The other danger - a
grave risk we are equally deter-
mined to avoid - is underinvolve-
"After a long and unpopular
war, there is temptation to turn
inward - to withdraw from the
war, to back away from our com-
mitments. Tha t deceptively
smooth road of the new isolation-I
ism is surely the road to war."
"Hanoi has made the war an
Indochina conflict," Nixon added,
with some 240,000 North Vietna-
mese troops in South Vietnam,
Cambodia and Laos, including a
few Viet Cong in Cambodia,
"Enemy intentions and capabili-
ties in Indochina will pose some
hard choices about the deployment
of allied troops as we pursue our

withdrawals," he continued, and
North Vietnamese actions in Laos
and Cambodia could require high
levels of American assistance and
air operations in order to further
Vietnamization and o u r with-
The theme of frustration in
peacemaking and danger in world
conditions pervadedrother sections
of the massive report.
In the nuclear arms race, he told
Congress and the nation that what
he termed greatly increased Soviet
power could tempt Moscow into
bolder and more dangerous prob-
ing of the West.
He also said the United States
would like to begin improving rela-
tions with mainland China, but that
nation continues "to cast us in the
devil's role."

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