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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 14, 1975

P~~~e Two TH~~~~~E MIHGNDIYFiaMrh1,17

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Vinam batth
(Continued from Page 1) lift was halted, the pokesper-
cluding an American aid offi- son said. This compared with
cial, two other Americans and the usual daily total from Tan
Australia's top d i p 1o m a t in Son Nhut airport here of be-
Hanoi. tween 12 and 15.

The Americans were identifiedI
as Edward Dolan and Robert
ISeidl, both of Washington, D.C.,
and George Miller, an official of
the U.S. Agency for Interna-
tional Development in Vientiane,
Laos. Officials said DolanAnd
Seidl' worked for a company
named Moore Business Forms.
The Austrailan charge d'affaires
in Hanoi, Graham Lewis, also
was among the victims, officials!
said.
X4.Al XHITT 1V .A

BUT THE spokesperson said
the shipment of rice and fuel
was keeping close to schedule.
In yet other developments yes-
terday, the House of Represent-
atives Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee rejected, 18to15,al ist
ditch compromise to provide
the Cambodian government with
emergency military aid.
The vote, coming a day after
the House Democratic caucus

erupts
overwhelmingly opposed a n y
military aid, amounted t, a
near fatal blow to the Ford ad-
ministration's hopes of winning
approval of new military aid }
DESPITE a last-minute ap-
pearance by top State Depart-
ment officials during the com-
mittee meeting, the committee
rejected a compromise proposed
by a subcommittee Wednesday
which would have allowed $82,-
500,000 in additional aid f .the
Phnom Penh government ac-
tively sought a political settle-
ment.
Three of the 12 Republican
members of the full committee
voted against the compr~inuse.
Meanwhile, Senate Democrats
were planning to consider in
their closed door caucus yester-
day a resolution opposing all ad-
ditional military aid to Cam-
bodia and South Vietnam during
the current fiscal year ending
June 30.

By KATE SPELMAN
Student Government Council
(SGC) last night accepted David
Faye's and Calvin Luker's joint
withdrawal from executive vice
presidential consideration. I
Luker made the announce-
ment of the joint withdrawal
during an officer's report and
explained that the move was
prompted by the feeling that
Council could not realisticly re-
solve the issue in the remaining
time of Council's term.
FAYE WAS absent from the
meeting and unavailable for
comment but Luker, a Vietnam
veteran, said, "I do not feel
my presence on Council would
serve to alleviate the problems
and internal conflicts, but could
in fact promote them. There-
fore I feel it better just to get
out.
I am resigning as Director of
Student Organizations and do
not foresee any activeinvolve-
ment with SC after that, Luker
concluded.

legally and democratically elect-'
ed SGC president she be named
the longest presiding SGC presi-
dent in SGC history - four
terms."

SGC officers quit candidacy

THIS MOTION is the last of ly.
the long train of legislation by Further
SGC to note that the last three cluded th
SGC elections have been alleged- to the Ii
ly rigged. naign toa
Eliot Chikosky claimed, "This further a
motion means nothing. It deals $450 tot
with hanging pictures in SGC American
chambers and the "whereases" planned c
have no legal significance. As; These
every student knows the opin- pile of
ion of SGC doesn't make a bit unsigned
of difference anyway." Allen. He
Bob Black countered saying, allocation
"This is a resolution of opin- months c
ion and obviously the opinions not been.
expressed in each clause of the financial:

motion represent the feelings
of the Council."
DAVID Faye, when contacted
last night, claimed that he
didn't take the motion serious-

action by Council in-
e allocation of $1,000
ndochina Peace Cam-
aid in lobbying against
tid to Cambodia, and
the Group on Latin
Issues for their
conference.
allocations join the
others, that remain
by President Reddix
Shas not signed any
is for one and a half
claiming that he has
convinced of SGC's
solvency.

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4
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t

ivMAN WrilL thxe Americn
airlift into Phom Penh from
Saigon resumed on schedule CORTES RAISED CANE
yesterday after b e i n g inter- NEW YORK (P) Her-
rupted Wednesday by a rocKet nando Cortes, conquistador of
attack on the Cambodian capi- Mexico, appears to hve been a
tal's Pochentong airport. ~ Mxcapast aebe
pioneer sugar planter, also. A
A U.S. embassy spokesperson grant in 1529 gave him "five
said three rice flights had al- leagues from the city of Vera
ready been run yesterday by Cruz," a little village named
the three "stretched" DC-8 jets La Riconada - the Indians
at present operating on the called it "Yzcalpan" - where
emergency shuttle. he built a sugar mill, according
Only six flights had been con- to Sugar Assn. historians here.
pleted yesterday when the air- Cortes built a second mill
near Tetecala in the state of
Morelos, using stones from the
"The Hot Dog Open" pyramid at Xochicalco. It's still
there on the Rio de Cana and is
MARCH 15 & 16 called El Ingenio. A third fac-
BafllTournament tory at Atlacomos was still
working in 1891.

GEO membership
ratifies contract

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A SIMILAR resolution was THE VACANCY for the execu-
approved Wednesday by the tive vice president was created
Democratic caucus in the House in January when Reddix Allen
by an overwhelming vote f left his post to fall the position
of president left by the resigna-
Senator T h o m a s Morgan, tion of Carl Sandberg. This ac-
chairman of the committee, said tion indicates there will be no
the administration lost all hopes executive vice president before
of a compromise in yesterday's the April elections.
vote when acting Secretary of Council also passed a motion
State Robert Ingersoll testified acknowledging that David Faye
against a provision cutting off has been elected to the SGC
presidency twice in SGC elec-
all military aid by June 30. tions and "will have his picture
That provision was contaned included among those of other
in the compromise approved SGC presidents (elected, stuffed,
Wednesday in a subcommi-tee self-styled or other)."
The motion continues, "Where-
headed by Representative Lee as Rebbeca Schenk (1971-72

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Film Festival
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with performance by Friend's
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performance by P e r o the
Clown. Toniqht at 7 &s 9.
Winners & highlights Sunday
at Architecture Aud. & An-
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Tickets on sale nightly at
6:00 p.m.-no a d v a n c e
sales-Tickets sold for that
night's performance only.
$1.25
Old Architecture
Auditorium
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Program info-662-8871
The festival is co-sponsored
by Cinema Guild &
Dramatic Arts Council

(Continued from Page 1)
April15 the union may file suit1
in a small claims court against'
those GSAs who have not paid
the fee in full.
WILEDEN suggested t h a t
GEO issue letters to non-union
GSAs explaining their obligation
under the agency shop clause,
"and make people aware of the
fact that we're serious."
However, sentiment ran high
among the union stewards to
downplay talk of legal action
and issue the letter as "an in-
vitation to join the GEO.'
"It is desirable to keep threats
to a bare minimum and more
important to coax people into
membership," one steward con-
tended.
IN DISCUSSING the scrke
aftermath, union stewards de-
bated the issues of pay docking
and post-strike grievance filing
procedures.
Former union negotiator San-

11

dy Wilkenson suggested to the
stewards that "there will tne a
number of areas where we'll
want to file grievances the min-
ute the contract is signed."
Several stewards echoed Wil-
kenson's contention and pro-
posed that the first grievances
filed ask for all GSA graders
to be re-classified as teaching
assistants under the new con-
tract provisions.
The stewards will choose a six
member temporary grievance
committee to "aggressively"
track down all possible griev-
ances and commence filing pro-
cesses.
A flurry of questions came
from stewards seeking methods
to recover wages docked during
the strike, with an equal amount
of suggestions ensuing.
Wileden simply recommended
that each GSA requesting wages
not received during the strike
approach their individual de-
partment chairperson "with the
best tactic they have."

Hamilton.

Council president) was

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