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Tuesday, October 1, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Sev

Council: Ban freon

(Continued from Page 1)
in Community Development -A
Revenue Sharing (CDRS) funds
X from the federal government.
Politicians from all three of
the city's parties have recentlyt
focused much attention on the
committee's make-up, w h i c h
Stephenson last night suggested
should include former Fourth:
Ward GOP Councilman Williamt
There are two committees,
proposed to advise council on
the expenditure of the money
over a six-year period, $2.3 rnil-
lion of which will go in the first
year.
THE FIRST group was ch)sen
from various committees in city
hall, while the second board
was chosen from a meetiig on
The second group caused
heated debate at Sa:urday's
AP Photo meeting on what criteria Ste-
phenson would use to recom-
mend a member list to couacil.
obert Mc- Council is expected to vote
odirec- nthe mayor's recommenda-
ingthee tions next Monday.
terday in C O U N C I L M A N Norris
Thomas (D-First Ward) ex-
pressed skepticism at Stephen-
son's tentative list, saying, "I'm
not sure those people just hap-
1(111, pened to be at that meeting."

The mayor tried to assure
him that no special invitations
were made.
Council further moved to:
-defer an amendment adding
whales to the Endangered Spe-
cies Ordinance;
-donate $12,000 to two child
care centers, the Student-Par-
ent Center and Washtenaw
Community Coordinated Child
Care Association. The local
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Treasury Secretary William Simon, left, talks
Namara, right, president of the World Bank,
tor of the International Monetary Fund, during
Washington.

about world money problems with Ro
and H. Johannes Whitteveen, manag:
the opening session of the IMF yesi

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Senate votes Turkey aid

(Continued from Page 1) However, the Senate Foreign
U.S. aid. Relations Committee has added
The Senate vote ignored a a series of amendments design-
warning by Senate Majority ed to restrict American Eco-.
Leader Mike Mansfield, (D- nomic aid to South Vietnam and
Mont.), that "this resolution is to phase out military aid to
not going to force the Turks out South Korea in three years.
of Cyprus in whole or in part." ' ntr 1lton'cA n

tions charter.
SENATOR EAGLETON re-
peatedly has contended that
Kissinger violated the law by
not cutting off aid when Tur-
key used American equipment
to invade Cyprus.
The Senate action represents
a growing congressional antag-
onism to its American policy in
the Cyprus situation.
It was also the first major
foreign policy confrontation be-
tween the Senate and President
Ford.

HE SAID adoption of the
Eagleton amendment would un-
dermine the efforts of Secretary
of State Henry Kissinger to me-
diate a settlement in Cyprus.
Also, he said, it would weaken
the position of President Con-
stantine Caramanlis in Greece,
who is facing opposition from
both the right and left.
And, Mansfield said, "you
might see a tilt on the part of
Turkey toward the Soviet Un-
ion.
THE SENATE took its stand
against ising military equip-
aent in Cyprus as it moved to
its final passage of a resolu-
tion to continue foreign aid
spending on a temporary basis.
The aid programs spending
Pauthority technically expired at
midnight yesterday, and thus
Congress was rushing through a:
so-called continuing resolution.
A floor fight over Turkey:
masked behind the scenes ma-
neuvering between the Congress
and the Administration over the
aid program.
KISSINGER has told Sena-
tors he would prefer to contin-
ue foreign aid on a temporary
basis using last years author-
ity.
This would bypass the regu-
lar bill for the current year.
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ment was adopted to conform to
legislation going back to 1963
under which milit ry aid of sup-
posed to be used only for a
country's self defense, defense
of the western world, or in ac-
cordance with the United Na-'

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