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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, January 11, 1973

Page Eight THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Thursday, January 11, 1973

Splits threaten HRP unity

(Continued from Page 1)
The splits within the party are t
not new ones. They have always
been present in some form or an-
other. But the well-defined caucus
lines now present have their oni-
gins in the party's nominating con-
vention last August.
The controversial questions then
were who to nominate as the par-
ty's state representative and coun-
ty sheriff candidates.
The main contenders for the state
representative nomination were
Eric Chester and Steve Burghart.
Chester, who had been out of town
for many of the previous months,
had the backing of what is now the
Chocolate Almonds.
Burghart had the support of most
of the party's middle. When Burg-
hart was chosen, Chester declared
he could not support the nominee
because Burghart had not declared
his candidacy until just before the
nominating meeting. This caused
much bad feeling within the party.
The other disagreement occurred
when the convention decided not
to run a candidate for sheriff. The
two prime candidates withdrew
just before the convention and there
were no candidates acceptable to
the party.
The Rainbow Party was out-
raged. They disliked Democratic
candidate Fred Postill and wanted
very badly to run a candidate
against him. They charged that
"party regulars" discouraged the
two candidates who were consider-
ing running. The Rainbow Party
U.S. battles
Sets.
(Continued from Page 1)
mese casualties stood at 100.
Twenty aircraft and many fuel
and ammunition dumps in the huge
air base were blown up.
U.S. and Saigon sources said five
jets last Monday dropped bombs
on Da Nang airfield by accident.
The jets were flying in cloudy
weather on a tactical bombing
mission in South Vietnam and were
unable to see their target when
the accident occurred, according
to U.S. reports of the incident.
A U.S. military spokesman call-
ed the Viet Cong reports of fight-
ing between South Vietnamese and
American soldiers at Da Nang air
base "a lot of bunk."
"We have no reports of any dis-
turbances," the spokesman said.

was also angry over the conven-
tion's refusal to endorse Sen.
George McGovern (D-S.D.) for
President.
The Rainbow People walked out
of the convention and did not work
on the fall campaign.
But the Rainbow People came
back to run against the Chocolate
Almonds for the various party po-
sitions.
The people in the middle were
upset with the idea of one "sect"
battling another for control of the
party.
"We don't want to give the im-
pression that HRP has only two
extremes," said one member yes-
terday. "A great number of people
in the party, in fact a majority of
the party, isinot represented by
either faction."
So the middle is running a slate
for the internal party positions. At
a Tuesday night meeting the "mid-
dles" chose not to formally endorse
any candidate for City Council or
mayor but decided to support a.
slate for steering committee and.
party coordinator. "Our battle cry
is get back to the issues," said one
middle man.
Pilot b alks
(Continued from Page 1)
Heck is serving his Southeast
Asia tour as a member of a B52
crew and is the only member of
the six-man crew he commanded
who is facing the charge, the SAC
spokesman said.
Heck is permanently assigned to
SAC's 2nd Bomb Wing, a B52 unit,
and his normal duty station is
Barksdale Air Force Base, Shreve-
port, La., SAC said.
SAC denied a report that other
B52 crew members had been sent
back to the United States "quietly"
for balking at flying missions over
the heavily defended Hanoi area.
SAC said the report was contained
in a dispatch filed from Guam,
where many B52s are based, by a
New York Times correspondent..
"There is absolutely no truth to
that," a spokesman said.
SAC provided the information on
Heck in response to questions from
the Omaha World-Herald on wheth-
er members of B52 crews had dis-
obeyed orders to fly over the Hanoi
area.
SAC said Heck flew 56 bombing
missions during his first B52 tour;
61 missions during his second tour,
and 39 missions on his current
tour. He also flew 106 missions as
a forward air controller.
Heck was residing at Whittier
City, Calif., when he was commis-
sioned in the Air Force in 1966. He
is married and has two children,
it was reported.
He has served aboard B52s 31/2
years.

Pleas entered
(Continued from Page 1)
merly top lieutenant in the White
House communications office and
deputy director of President Nix-
on's re-election campaign, and
Herbert Porter, scheduling director
of the re-election committee.
Hunt, who once worked for the+
Central Intelligence Agency, faces
a sentence of up to five years on+
the conspiracy charge, from two to+
15 years on the burglary charge]
and up to five years on the wire-+
tapping charge.+
It had been expected he would
provide substantial information in-
to the motives of the break-in and,
would be closely questioned on
who was behind the attempt to
eavesdrop.
The Senate Democratic Policy
Committee agreed Tuesday there
should be a Senate investigation of
the Watergate affair, but Demo-
cratic officials had hoped the evi-
dence would come out in court.

Siddha-Kundalini
YOGA
MICHAEL SHOEMAKER
of Rudrananda Yogash-
ram will talk on Siddha *
Kundalini Yoga and dem-
onstrate its technique.
THIS IS THE PROCESS OF
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Pompidou lashes out
President Georges Pompidou of France declared Tuesday that a
meeting of Socialist international leaders scheduled in Paris next
weekend is an intrusion on France's internal politics. Pompidou
flies to Moscow today.
Local labor council urges
cutoff of war funding
(Continued from Page 1) fluenced by liberal and radical em-
CIO's- refusal to endorse George ployes of the University, Veigel
McGovern in the last election. said they are "certainly not in aI
Fred Veigel, president of the majority" in the council.

STUDY IN ENGLAND
FALL, 1973
Students may now fill out applications for remain-
ing places for study at the University of Sheffield
or the University of Keele, Fall term, 1973.
Applicants who are enrolled in Education or intend
to be in the teacher certificate program are eligible.
You must be a first or second semester junior or
first semester senior in the term you plan on going.
APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED
BY JANUARY 12, 1972
Additional information: 764-5496, room 4115
School of Education
~e Ope of-
y ,,~/ . 1
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Human Rights Party
OPEN MEETING
Steering Committee Elections

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2. Election Guideline Report

Huron Valley council, told The
Daily yesterday that while "the
people have usually supported the
President in everything he did,"
the recent resumption of the bomb-
ing has "bewildered and befud-
dled" many.
Although c o n c e d i n g that the
union's action was "definitely" in-

While urging an endstosthe war,
Veigel declined to endorse upcom-
ing anti-war demonstrations plan-
ned to coincide with President
Nixon's inauguration, Jan. 20.
Any disruption of the inaugural
ceremonies, Veigel said, would
"turn off a lot of the citizenry."

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Michigan Union
Thursday 7:30 p.m.
January 11, 1973

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Students wanted for challenging training w
and career opportunities in American Jew-
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and placement assistance available.
Information: Jonathan Entin, Hillel 663-4129

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(DIVISION 351 -CLOSED COURSES DELETED FROM LIST-ALL COURSES PASS/FAIL UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED)

College
Course No.

Cr.
Hrs.

Title

Prereq.

College
Course No.

Cr.
H rs.

College
Course No.

Cr.
H rs.

Instructor (s)

Title

Prereq.

Instructor (s)

Title

302 Breakdowns of the Free
Enterprise System
303 Consumer Investigation
in Medical Research
304 Comparative Study of
Small Group Living
Situations
305 Institutions and the
Individual
306 Consumer Mediation and
Investigation
307 American Anarchism
308 Prnblems nf the lnhal

3

Econ 201 Gordon Sellon
or 400
Kay Weiss/
NONE Joe Thomas

Previous
living
exp. in a
small grp.
living
situation

Robert
Rorke/
David Morgan

312 Public School Law
313 Law and Psychology
314 Introduction to the
Legal Process
315 Rudolph Steiner's Road
to Sensible and Super-
sensible Knowledge
317 Law and Social Change
318 Environmental Law
319 Constitutional Criminal
PrneripdrP

3
(graded)
3
(graded)
3
(graded)
3
3
(graded)
3
(graded)
3
(graded)

NONE Bill Harris/
1. Williams
NONE Kris Lamar/
Andy Broder
NONE Lee
Atkinson/
Gilbert
NONE Prof. Katz
NONE Jack Pulley
NONE Pete Schroth
NONE Gary Victor

321 History of Chess
322 Philosophy, History and
Practice of Non-violence
325 Congressional Politics
326 Management
Cooperatives

3
3
3
3

Prereq.
Must be
seasonably
conversant
with rules
of Chess

1I

NONE Edwards/
Schoem
NONE C. Miller/
S. Hanstein
NONE D.R.M.
Friedrichs

Instructor (s)
Ben Crane

NONE Gary Bass
NONE John Knapp
NONE R. Bennett/
Joan Monheit
NINF Mvp Fllhartv

331 Independent Legal Study 1-3

one of
Cs. Mt.
316, 37,
318, or
319, &
P.1.

Steve
Kushner

334 Dimensions of Religious
Experience

2

NONE Mari Shore

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