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Wednesday, April 9, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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Thieu vows to hold Disappearing food
power after attack vexes 'U' hospital

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(Continued from Page 1) meeting with Khmer Rouge (Continued from Page 1) it to another patient."t'rit irJrtr u
tion. But sources said two per- leaders and declared, "We will they can eat, and if their phys- Another minor source of food PERSONAL
sons were killed and three never surrender." ical condition changes they wastage is dented cans. Loss '.-_~_ -
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nesses said windows were shat- Rouge forces slammed m o r e to a dollar or so a day, accord- cFtc
tered in three floors of one wing than 400 shells into Kompong THE STAFF can only sal- ing to the hospital, and the EXTRA CARE IN COPYING
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group of people aimed at killing I surgents attacked and burned foods.- Inecoomicatems no n ATI c
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me with the intention to change I a refugee village three miles Another hospital official out- « said, food sBOARD EXA TUTORING
this legal and constitutional re- northwest of Kompong Speu and lined other frequent causes of he would consider a majorS ANLAEYHKNG OLRSE
gime." However, air force com- that a number of villagers were food waste. In any hospital, costHowever, he admits that Enoll now to prepae foupco
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en, adding that Thieu may use'Iuie s dt es
the bombing as an excuse "to' Sapper and shelling attacks in sion and result in
terrorize the opposition groups South Vietnam h i t military of food."
and individuals." training installations 20 miles "We have one
east of Saigon. Spokespersons:; flexible diet chan
"The bombing means that the said five government troops any hospital," he
whole population is waiting for were killed and 28 wounded and. "since we can
Thieu to step down," said that 12 insurgents were killed. right un to th
Father Dinh Binh Dinh of the
predominantly Roman Catholic Gen. Minh, the air force com- there's always a p
Anticorruption Movement. mander, declared in his broad- there will be food
cast after the attack on the N e i t h e r D'
"The bombing was the normal presidential palace that the air Stumpf would quot
reaction of an angry soldier of force is faithful to the "just on how many mea
any time," said one opposition cause and opposes commun- each week in this
politician hiding from the Thieu nism." He said a coup now they would need
regime i a suburban church. would only create chaos and problems for a
"Most of the armed forces are ts
angry with the president. No profit the Communists. they could come
one can control their reaction Gen. Cao Van Vien, chief of thing definite.
when a man becomes angry, I the joint general staff, said the BUT VERA Hi
even if he wants to." bombing was an individual act.isT VEA Hi
He said the armed forces still a H Nur

wasted traysa
of the most
'nge plans of
said, adding
change diets
e mealtimes,
possibility that
waste."
Dickinson nor
te any figures
ils are wasted
way, saying
to study the
while before'
up with any-

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IN NEIGHBORING Cambodia,
battles raged in the center of a
key provincial town west of
Phnom Penh as Premier Long
Boret returned from a reported

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~'it *."That doesn't happen a lot,
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Last orphans arrive in U.S.

(Continued from Page 1)
cized babylift operations and f
said that the Vietnamese con-
sidered them "an abduction of,
children."
In a joint news conference in
Basel, spokespersons for the
Catholic Caritas, the Evangeli-I
cal Churches Aid Group and the
National Red Cross said cash
donations, to help Vietnamesel
children locally would serve a
better purpose than transplant-
ing them to alien environments.
IN LONDON, Red Cross and
Save-the-Children Fund spokes-;
persons said parents of evacu-
ated children could still be alive
and could some day reclaim
their children. Save-the-Children!
said it would not participate in
evacuations for other than med-
ical reasons.
"If orphans are going to come
out at all . .. they should first
of all have complete dacumen-
tation stating they are genuine
orphans. Second, there should
be positive benefits for three
orphans in coming to .his coun-
try or going to any country out-
side their own culture and back-
ground," said fund spokesman
Simon Clark.
Criticism of the babylift also
came from three organizations
in the United States.3
"T H E VIETNAMESE ar e-
pretty bitter about the U.S. tak-
ing their children out of the
country. They have strong sense'
of family, and this is a real in-
dignity," said a spokesman for;
the American Friends Service'
Committee.
He also criticized Ford for!
supporting the orphan airlift
while asking Congress for money
to give military support to South
Vietnam. ,
A Mennonite Central Commit-
tee spokesman said orphans are
being used to divert the public's
attention from the issue of
America's role in the Southeast ,
Asian conflict.
AND KAY CAMP, head of the
Women's International League
for Peace and Freedom, said the
airlift operation "is kidnaping,j
and it is harmful to tha kids.
Babies are better off in theirI
own environment."
Slime 70 escorts and medical
personnel accompanied the chil-
dren on the day-long flight from
Saigon to the Travis base.}
There were 302 children origi- i
nally aboard the flight, but some
were left in Honolulu for medi-
cal treatment during a stopover,
there.
More than 1,700 children have
been airlifted from war-torn Sai-
gon. Many have already been
sent to new homes in the United
States and other countries. Some
have been hospitalized for treat-'
ment of various medical disor-
ders and some have been sent
to institutions in America, Can-
ada and Great Britain.
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"We had to stop taking calls Ford administration to step up;
from families after requests Vietnamawar refugee relief pro-'
reached 300 over the last five grams, and Sen. Edward Ken-:
days.e just on'tw the i nedy (D-Mass.) urged President,
days. We just don't know the Ford to send a special envoy
status of further immigratgon of to Southeast Asia for working"
Vietnamese orphans, sai e fg out a plan to safely evacuate
new Erickson, a caseworker for areas overrun by the Commun--
the Catholic Charitable Bureau., ist-led forces.
.G.lRobert Miller, deputy assist-
has come from Saigon authori- ant secretary of state for East
cmg hdre Asian affairs, saidthe President
ties on the number of chldenwol discuss the question of
who will be permitted to leave humanitarian aid to occupied'
in future airlifts, several Amer- areas in his address to a joint:
ican citizens and organizations session of Congress tomorrow.
were continuing plans to evacu- Miller said the United States
ate more youngsters. is now concentrating relief ac-
In Washington yesterday, the tivities in areas "where we
U.S. Congress called on the have access."

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23 green olives
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26 carrots
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