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Friday April 18, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine.

Friday, April 18, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TOCKWELL CONTROVERSY: L 1'b
Local jobless rate
Dorm memo charges neglect among state's top

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(Continued from Page 1) in-house matter, and there is aware of the police investiga- to press for an investigation.
of Stockwell's books, scheduled really nothing I can say about tion, but admitted "he should According to Whittaker, Mor-
for Sthke2d I bws thedthat it at this time. By in-house, I have been told." ris, in one of her conversations
Wtaer 22id.rt informe Burk- mean the Housing office." "There was a failure in com- with him regarding the fund
house of the shortages. The next Both Whittaker and Burk- munication," concluded Burk- shortages, reportedly said, "TheI
day, te ounted the house are unable to explain the house. less I know, the safer I am."I
prest fund again - the losses money's disappearance. Because neither investigation
totalled $290.60. "OBVIOUSLY it didn't evapo- WHITTAKER apparently drew -University or police conductedI
Recalling the audit, Carlson rate," said Burkhouse, "but at some slightly different conclu- -emerged with any conclusive
said that the ultimate respon- this time I have no reason to, sions. He said no investigation evidence, the loss cannot be
sibility for investigating the loss believe that any individual at of the losses was initiated by covered by insurance. Whittaker
would probably fall to Burk- Stockwell was involved." Morris because of his "accept- said the money will probably be
house. "I would think that he Burkhouse said Ann Arbor po- ance of the situation as it made up from Stockwell's "sun-
would take it to Feldkamp," lice were called in after an in- stood." dry" fund which is money that
said Carlson. ternal investigation by Univer- Whittaker added that because has been acquired over the year
ON JANUARY 24, the com- sity security, but nothing con- of his position and relative in- through revenues provided by
bination to the imprest safe was clusiye was turned up. Burk- experience at the Stockwell occurrances such as room key'
changed. While normal housing house added Whittaker was un- desk, he was not in a position losses.
policy stipulates that combina-
tions to all dormitory safes are sv
to be changed immediately af- t " o eiCa
tthe departure of a senioHouse unit votes Vietnan aid
desk clerk, it was nearly four
months between Whittaker's (Continued from Page 1) reported as "quiet." formation of a new government
arrival at Stockwell and thereotda"qit"fr tonfanw vrnet
combination change. proposals to give the South Viet- TENSIONS and despair have! of national reconciliation in
Whittaker said this was "de- namese up to $515 million in been building daily in Saigon Saigon.
spite at least two requests from i additional military aid. since the Communist-led offe-f Sparkman said the two South
Ms. Morris, and two from us." sive that began in early March Vietnam officials said nothing
According to Whittaker, the AFTER THE Senate commit- resulted in the loss of govern- to him about Thieu stepping
only people with knowledge of tee voted against the military ment control of three-fourths of down.
the new combination were him} aid, Chairman John Stennis (D.. the country. Eariler in the day, Kissinger
and junior clerk Patricia Perk- Miss.) said his committee has PRG forces are now position- told the American Society of
ins. With Perkins' departure on apparently ended consideration ed within easy striking distance j Newspaper Editors that "we
the 14th of February, the im- of Ford's military aid request. of the capital itself, and the up- have opposed a terminal date"
prest safe's combination was "We disposed of it and that's nermost question is when and for South Vietnam's resistance
changed three days later. At it," Stennis said. "As of now, how they will make their next against the North.
present, only Whittaker knows the matter of additional aid is move.
the combination, more remote than before these~ Meanwhile, back in Washing- IN HIS speech, Kissinger ac-
ON MARCH 25, he said yes- votes weremtaken." ton, Senator John Sparkman (D- cused the Soviet Union and
terdayMafinal loss of $122.10B But he said the Appropriations Ala.) told the Overseas Writers China of helping to make a
yClub that South Vietnam For- "mockery" of the 1973 Paris
was discovered, bringing the Committee could still approve
total to $412.70. 'the $300 million proposed before deig Minister Vuong Van BacI cease-fire accords by supplying
Asked to comment on the sit- a North Vietnamese offensive. and Ambassador Tram Kim arms to North Vietnam.
uation, Morris said, "It is an! Phuiong told him~ they are will-~ He also said the U.S. could
------, id - t is 'aTn'UPRV Wa n. a cins to "negotiate political pro- not overlook the "melancholy
REII~LU WAS.~ ft m1V. LL)

(Continued from Page 1)
were 35,900 new claims com-
pared to the record 77,000 set in
mid-January.
However, now that Chrysler
and General Motors have an-
nounced that their Supplemental
Unemployment Benefits (SUB)
funds have run out, claims to
MESC will likely rise again.
The SUB funds enabled many,
If~s the Vacation-
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laid-off auto workers to collect
up to 95 per cent of their nor-
nal wages. Now they'll simply
join the ranks with others ini
claiming compensation from
the state.
Tomorrow, a look at the
county's velf are system: gener-
at compensation, ADC, food
stamps and federal CETA funds.
of the cdeep Sunll
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of the vacation that make you
feel better, not the suntgn.
One of the simplest remedies
for sunburn, Dr. Lorincz said,
is baby powder, which allows
clothing to slip over the surface
and cools a bit. Dr. Lorincz is
chief of the Section of Dnm -
tology in the Department of,
Medicine at the Univers*, of;

CHICAGO (AP) - Suntans are i
status symbols in some places.!
A winter suntan in the U.S.
means that you can afford a
vacation in Florida or Jamaica.
In Japan, a suntan is the sign
of a peasant who must work in
the field.!
Dr. Allan L. Lorincz says that
the supposed benefits of suntan ,
are largely psychological. It

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NATURE'S ELEVATED
HAYSTACKS

TE t K A no news Fru
the fallen city of Phnom Penh!
yesterday, as virtually all com-
munications f r o m CambodiaI
hve heen cut off.

DONJI MILANOVAC, Yugo-r.
slavia 0 P)-Farmers near this But in Saigon, some opposi-
East Yugoslav city have nature tion politicians said the sur-<
provide them with material for render of the Cambodian capi-
the* hay stacks. They prure tal was a forecast of what could
tree branches but leave a be ahead for South Vietnam un-.
crown, and then put their hay less President Nguyen Van1
in the receptacle where the ' Thieu resigns.
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rain and elevation provides South Vietnam battlefronts for
ideal ventiliation condirions. the moment. Xuan Loc, the'
In this way, also, the tree is threatened provincial capital 40j
preserved. miles northeast of Saigon, was

visions of the Paris Accords in
Paris and military provisions in
Saigon."
SPARKMAN noted that the
North Vietnamese have set
three conditions for negotia-
tions: the departure of Thieu,
the end of all U.S. aid and the

fact" that none of the signers
of the agreements joined this
country in at least pointing out '
Hanoi's "flagrant violations" in
its assault on the South.
"Such silence can only under-
mine any meaningful standards'
of international responsibility,''
Kissinger said.

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