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Tuesday, February 4, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Soviets to aid
CAIRO (A) - Soviet Foreign lieve a return to the conference
Minister Andrei Gromyko pled- table at Geneva would break
ged yesterday the Kremlin down in bickering over divisive
would help "consolidate Syria's issues such as the Palestinians
defense power," then flew to and the status of Arab Jeru-
Cairo to try to patch up dif- salem .
ferences with the Egyptian lead- The Soviet Union has been
ership. trying to blunt Kissinger's step-
Gromyko gave no details on by-step approach. In testimony
possible new military aid to Sy- to a Senate committee last ,
Sria, but in a joint communique week Kissinger admitted the
ending a three - day visit to
Damascus, he stressed Syria's
means to liberate its occupied T sh
HE AND SYRIAN President
Hafez Assad also called for a
new round of Geneva peace five nen
.. talks to start within a month
and signed a pact providing So-: SAIGON, South Vietnam (AP)-
viet aid to Syrian irrigation and President Nguyen Thieu's gov-
fishery projects. No figures ernment closed five opposition'
were announced. newspapers yesterday and ar-
Flying into Cairo from Syria, rested 19 of their officials on
the Kremlin's more coopera- charges of being Communist
tive ally in the Middle East, agents. It was the most severe
Gromyko abruptly underscored crackdown on the press by the
differences with Egypt by 10-year-old regime.r
reiterating his call for an im- Announcing the move, the In-
mediate resumption of the formation Ministry said that
Geneva peace talks. while the government supports
AP Photo Egyptian Foreign Minister press activities, it is "deter-
Ismail Fahmy greeted Gromy- mined to crush down the Com-
ko with a handshake at the air- munist aggressors' attempt to
Dallas, Texas. Here the city's port, but there was none of the undermine the press so as to
r its banks. An unfortunate exuberance that characterizes maintain national security and
re the river rose. an arrival by Secretary of State public order."
- Henry Kissinger. IN OTHER Indochina devel-
EGYPT OPPOSES resump- opments:
tion of the Geneva talks at this -Government officials an-
point, preferring to rely on Kis- nounced the arrest of nearly 200
singer's step-by-step approach members of the Hoa Hao Budd-
to a settlement. Kissinger is hist sect which staged a rebel-
r b t due to continue his efforts with lion in the southwestern Mekong
another Middle East swing later Delta.
tie rsn ors itrthis month.( The officials said most of
ures present no rosy picture, Presden Anwar Sadat, who we~earrfal are dd
impove PrsidntAnwr Sdat wh Ithose arrested wr draft dodg-
they forecast the real improve- will see Gromyko Tuesday, told ers and deserters trying to take
ment we expect in the coming Egyptian newsmen Sunday refuge in the anti-Communist
months . . . Ford said. night it was "in Egypt's interest sect's private army of civil,
The General Electric rebates that the United States succeed guards.

Syria
Russians would have to be
brought more closely into the
next phase of peacemaking.
Egyptian Foreign Ministry
sources said before Gromyko's
arrival they did not expect con-
crete results from the visit. One
commented, "We will listen to
what he has to say. We don't
expect he has much to say."
uts down
rspapers
turning from Phnom Penh to
South Vietnam on the Mekong
River, sinking a fuel tanker and
setting a tugboat ablaze, ship-
ping sources reported. They
raised the total to six ships
lost since convoys began run-
ning the Mekong River gantlet
to the beleaguered capital 12
days ago.
The five newspapers closed
were among nine dailies confis-
cated Sunday for trying to pub-
lish charges of corruption
against Thieu contained in a,
statement labeled "Indictment
No. 2" distributed at a political;
rally Saturday night by the
Rev. Tran Huu Thanh, head of!
the Roman Catholic Anti-Cor-
ruption Movement.
The statement claimed Thieu
was prolonging the war for his
own benefit, had rigged elec-
tions to put himself and his
cronies in power, and had stolens
more than $1 million in tax
funds. _ __

A FRIEND'S UIE

Not-so-glad tidings
Rain for the past four days has swollen streams and rivers in
skyline appears to be a port city when a local river went ove
owner of the auto wasn't able to escape his watery fate befoi

WILL REFUND $2 - $5:
GE latest to offer

By The Associated Press
Americans got another rebate
offer yesterday as General
Electric Co. joined the list 'of
firms giving money back to
buyers of certain company pro-
ducts. Banks, boat makers and
builders are among those who
have followed the auto indus-
try's lead in offering rebates in
an attempt to spur sales.

Industry rebates on consumer
products are aimed at helping
the nation's sagging economy
by encouraging i n d i v i d-
ual spending. Banks are lower-
ing their prime interest rates in
order to encourage corporate
spending.
The auto industry has been
among the hardest hit by infla-
tion and slumping sales of new
cars prompted the major manu-

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other young people.
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GE said it would offer, re- facturers to offer rebates oft
bates of between $2 and $5 to $200 to $500 to buyers of some
people who buy any one of 39 1975 models.
small electric appliances be-
tween March 21 and May 18 AMERICAN Motors Corp., the
and send proof of purchase to last of the auto makers to join1
the company's housewares divi- the rebate parade, announced
sion. meanwhile that it lost money in
the first quarter of fiscal 1975.
A MANUFACTURER of a General Motors Corp. pre-
porcelain product, meanwhile, pared an announcement of its;
offered its employes 10 per cent sales and earnings last year and
cash rebates on new appliance the figures were expected to,
purchases. show a slight decline, toppling
GM from its position as No. 1
in the corporate revenue rank-;
ngs. .
President Ford, asking Con-
there S' gress to approve a $394.4 bil-
lion budget with a record peace-
time deficit of $52 billion, said;
projected figures showed a
gloomy economic picture for
e j o 0 4 the year ahead, but added that
things should improve beforey
the end of 1975.
"WE ESTIMATE a rate of
inflation between December
Al !tftflA of1974and December of 1975
UIQ~~II~U of a little more than nine per
cent," Ford said.
"While these projected fig-
TAU EPSILON PHI
FRATERNITY

are aimed at convincing re-
tailers to stock up on appli-
ances. A GE spokesman said
sales to consumers have been
strong, but retailers are reluc-
tant to build inventories, fearing
the nation's economic troubles
could cause them to be stuck
with unsold goods.
The GE plan covers a wide'
range of appliances, including
mixers, coffeemakers, irons,
toaster o-yens, digital clocks
and hair dryers.
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Tuesday, February 4, 1975
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in achieving something toward I
a solution before we go to Gene-
va."'
Sadat also said it would be
treason if Egypt did not accept
an interim agreement that re-
turned the key Mitla and Gidi
Passes in Sinai and the Abuf
Rudeis oil fields on the eastern
shore of the Gulf of Suez if Kis-
singer produced an offer from
Israel that included them.
SADAT AND Kissinger be-

A government spokesman d
nied claims by sect leaders tha
seven Hoa Hao members ha
been killed since Thursday,1
wounded and 600 arrested. H
said just one member had bee
killed.
-In Cambodia, rebel gunne
blasted an 18-vessel convoy r
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