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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, January 19, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Saturday, January 19, 1974

S: Vets Rep. Mills says it
SAn Chnese might be better for
gunboat (President to resign
SAIGON (I)-Fighting broke out

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

today between South Vietnamese'
and Communist Chinese forces in WASHINGTON (UPI) - Rep.
the disputed Parcel Islands 250 Wilbur Mills, (D-Ark.), said yester-
miles off the South Vietnamese day that if the House Judiciary
coast and warships exchanged fire, Committee recommends impeach-
the Saigon command said. ment of President Nixon, he would
Lt.. Col. Le Trung Hien, chief urge Nixon to resign.
spokesperson for the South Vietna- "I think it would be much bet-
mese command, said that three ter for the President to consider
South Vietnamese soldiers were resigning rather than put the coun-
killed and two were wounded as try into the greatest schism since
ground fighting broke out on one the Civil War," said the chairman
of the islands. of the House Ways and Means Corn-

Daily Photo by DAVID MARGOLiCK
Ann Arbor Mayor James Stephenson

VP Smith
hints at
e l
fe hike
(Continued from Page 1)
accommodated at the new College
of Architecture and Design under7
construction on North Campus.
Fleming also pointed out that,
while it is recommended that
travel costs be cut 15 per cent,
"increasing gasoline prices to the]
University as well as other users{
mean the actual decrease will beI
considerably higher."
In response to the question ofI
whether the tuition troubles lastI
fall will have an effect on the]
Legislature's final budgetary deci-
sion, Fleming replied, "It is still
too early to tell . . . I don't think
Milliken had that in mind when!
he made the recommendation."
"THE BIG unknown factor is
what happens to the state's econ-
omy," continued Fleming. "The
state legislators are faced with a
lot of uncertaintiesthe fuel crisis,
and the problems with the, auto
industry."
Fleming is optimistic that the
state's economy will improve by
spring so that the legislators will
act favorably on the budget rec-
ommendations.+
"It is hard to tell, how big the
final legislature grant will be and
we probably won't know until
July," added Fleming.
"HOWEVER, we recognize that.;
the state faces revenue problems
rising from the energy crisis and
we are grateful that, in a diffi-
cult budgetary year, Governor Mil-
liken recognizes the importance of
the University's educational re-
search missions to the state,"
Fleming concluded.

Changesin campaign
spending discussed
(Continued from Page 1) ferendum contributions from cor-
hibited by the existing law from porations is seen as crucial to the
contributing money to candidates. success of its rent control proposal.
However, there is no prohibition
on contributions to political com- UNDER THE campaign law as
mittees that are promoting "ballot it now stands, rental agencies
issue" referendum proposals, such (which are corporations) can con-
as the HRP rent-control ballot is- tribute money to political commit-
sue. tees that were organized to defeat
the rent control issue.
THE HRP would like to see the Secondly, HRP's call for a fix-
prohibition on contributions from ed campaign spending limit is bas-
corporations extended to political ed on the allegation that elections
referendum committees as well. can be "bought," if only a candi-
Two separate interviews with date has enough money.
the Mayor and HRP officials, have On this issue Council Republicans
revealed the differing philosophies pose the philosophical argument
behind the disagreements over the that it is a right of individuals to
campaign reform ordinance. contribute however much they
HRP's objection to political re- i want to a candidate.
Schools teach yor kids
how to read and wie.
We teac te
how to save lives.
the American Red Cross.

A SOUTH Vietnamese destroyer,
the Tran Khanh Du, set Chinese
patrol craft on fire, Hien told re-
porters.
Both the Saigon government and
Peking have claimed the unin-
habited islands as their territory.
South Vietnam charged on Wed-
nesday that the Chinese had landed
persons on the islands 175 miles
southeast of the Chinese island of
Hainan.
A week ago the official Chinese
news agency said in a Peking
broadcast that South Vietnam's
claim of the islands was illegal
and that they, inhfact, belonged to
China.
HIEN SAID "Chinese elements"
fired on a South Vietnamese navy
force when it landed on Duncan
island resulting in the Vietnamese
casualties. He said he did not know
if the other side suffered any casu-
alties.
Hien said Chinese boats had been
trying to "run into our ships" since
yesterday and that a Chinese pa-
trol boat first fired on the Tran
Khan causing light damage.
"We were forced to defend our-
selves. We fired back and set the
Chinese boat afire," Hien said.
THE SOUTH Vietnamese claim-
ed that two Chinese gunboats es-
corted fishing trawlers to one of

mittee.
MILLS STRESSED he was not
requesting Nixon to resign now -
only if the Judiciary Committee
recommends impeachment.
"Nothing that I've seen yet con-
vinces me he is guilty of high
crimes and misdemeanors," said
Mills, refering to the constitutional
definition of impeachable offenses.
Mills, one of the more influential
men in Congress, indicated that
the latest disclosures over gaps on
White House tape recordings had
hurt Nixon.

ing Nixon's tax returns for 1969
through 1972.
He said that while the commit-
tee investigation is not complete,
it was "entirely possible" that Nix-
on owes capital gains taxes on the
sale of property in San Clemente,
Calif.
MILLS ALSO said there was
"some doubt with respect to other
areas of his tax return." He men-
tioned the deduction for home
maintenance in San Clemente as a
business expense, which he called
"highly questionable."
Mills said the joint tax commit-
tee was moving faster than ex-
pected and should be finished with-
in 30 to 40 days. He said the re-
sults of the study would be given
immediately to the Judiciary Com-
mittee for use in any impeachment
inquiry.

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"I GUESS it destroyed the can-
dor program," he said. "Whatever-
strength that had, it sapped it all
Mills also is vice chairman of
the Joint Committee on Internal
Revenue Taxation, which is study-

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Wednesday and that a small num-
ber of fishermen landed. It said
that by Thursday South Vietnamese
navy commandos landed on the is-
land, but the fishermen had pulled
out leaving only the flag.

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