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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, March 29, 1973

Vietnam military
intervention ends
SAIGON (A)--The U.S. Command mand that once had half a million
officially ends more than a decade American soldiers under its orders.
of military intervention in Viet Some troops simply transferred
4 r Nam today, folding its colors and to U.S. bases in Thailand, where
sending its last 2,500 men home- the United States will continue to
ward or to other bases in South- maintain a strong air arm to dis-
v east Asia. courage any mass offensive in
The United States failed in South Viet Nam by the North
eleventh-hour secret negotiations
- -ms with Hanoi to keep alive the four- The Pentagon lists 48,000 Ameri-
party Joint Military Commission can troops in Thailand and 20,000
and prolong the American military on Guam. The United States has
presence, the North Vietnamese re- 600 bombers and fighter-bombers
ported. at bases in Thailand and Guam.
: : The U.S. sources said Washington Another 30,000 American service-
had promised to press for an ex- men are aboard 7th Fleet ships off
.7' ° ,: tension of the Commission in re- Viet Nam.
x. :turn for a guarantee that Canada At its peak in April, 1969, Ameri-
d {would remain as a member of thec r ength iny ietna
SInternational Commission of Con-ca tro sreghi Venm
trol and Supervision, grew to 543,000 men. In June 1969,
President Nixon began phased with-
::; Only hours before the negotia-. drawals, gradually turned the war
Stions collapsed, Canada announced over to the South Vietnamese and
Cake and chaos at S. Quad a decision to stay on the supervi- called it Vietnamization.
sory commission for an additionalcaldiVetmiti.
Chaos prevailed as South Quad celebrates its First Annual Cake- Eating Contest last night. Pictured are 60 days and urged "greater cooper- By the time Americans stopped
Dennis Franks (left) and Don Chapman as they gobble their way through 30 pieces of cake. They ation" among the four member participating in the fighting, nearly
couldn't touch winners Sally Dayton and Jeff Guyton', though, who wolfed down 40 and 39 pieces of nations: Indonesia, Hungry, Poland 46,000 had died on Viet Nam battle-
cake respectively. and Canada. fields.
The Canadians had coupled their
willingness to serve on the peace-
Allende sets em ergeney m oves thyhaadan adcupedteirst__ _
se s m- r en y m o Tkeeping force with a provision that The First
(r, theywould back out If the cease-
fire proved impossible to enforce. Straight Pool
SANTIAGO, Chile (A')-President ' marketing, tough new controls on asked all embassies and interna- The last American troops were!Tournament
Salvador Allende entrusted his new business and industry, and probab- tional organizations to send a list leaving Vietnam virtually around-Te
all-leftist Cabinet yesterday with ly food rationing. of requirements for their officers the-clock. Planes took off from Sat., March 31
the job of carrying out a series of I Chile has been critically short of and dependents so that it can sup- Saigon's Tan Son Nhut air base a.m
tough measures to check Chile's food, spare parts for machinery ply them once a month through from midnight on. The last flight
rapidly deteriorating economy. iand other essential supplies for state wholesale stores. was due out by dusk Thursday, MICHIGAN UNION
"It is a very drastic new policy more than a year. Economists pre- As it is, housewives must stand ending' the role of the U.S. Com-
that we are going to apply with- dict the scarcity will bet worse as in line for hours to buy such stap-
out vacillation," the Marxist So- winter begins here in May. les as cooking oil, detergents, sugar
cialist leader said. The government has a 1 r e a d y and rice.
"We do not hide the fact that we -
are going to have to live through _______________ _______________
difficult times," he added as he
swore in the last two ministers.
The other 10 were sworn in Tues- HOW TO AVOID A HASSLE
day after a shake-up that virtuallyTT...fer s
eliminated all the influence Chile's
es wielded within his administra- Health Service has been forced to add a $5 service charge to
tion. accounts which are 60 days overdue. Thirty days after that, if
Allende's emergency measures there has still been no action on the bill, a "hold credit" will be
will include a crackdown on black placed on your record. That's a hassle, especially at the end of

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OPEN LETTER TO PROGRESSIVE'
VOTERS FROM McGOVERN
CAMPAIGN STAFF MEMBERS
Let's talk politics.
We're a group of people who worked in various capacities in the
McGovern campaign. We live in Ann Arbor. We're frankly concerned
that a city which voted 62% for McGovern last fall will be lost by de-
fault to the same Nixon philosophies the city rejected in November.

ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE
presents
PRIME OF
MISS JEAN BRODY
MARCH 28-31
CURTAIN 8:00 p.m.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Box office opens at 10 a.m. daily
EVERYONE WELCOME!
BACH CLUB
presents
U of M Collegium
Musicum
PROGRAM:
RENAISSANCE & BAROQUE
MUSIC
PRAETORIUS, DOWLAND ET. AL.
Thurs., Mar. 29, 8 p.m.
GREENE LOUNGE, E. QUAD
Refreshments Afterwards
. (raisin dumplings and
apple turnovers-yummy!)

semesters. If you've got problems in paying your bill, let our
business office know about it-they'll negotiate.
If you have a complaint, problem, or suggestion, CALL

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If you supported
what was happening

George McGovern because of
to this country and its people,

real
you

concern over
should know

some plain facts about the city election April 2nd.

people who can.

First, you should know that Ann Arbor's mayor has the veto power
over city legislation, it takes eight of the ten council votes to override a
veto. Conservative Republicans control three of the five council seats not
up for re-election this year.
Thus, we could elect progressive candidates in all five of the coun-
cil races and still lose control of the city to a conservative mayor back-
ed by three incumbent Republicans.
There are three candidates running for mayor: Republican Steph-
enson, HRP Kaimowitz, and Democrat Mogdis. Stephenson comes, philo-
sophically and literally, from the same people who brought you Richard
Nixon. If elected, he makes it amply clear that he will dismantle every
people-oriented city program in 'existence-just as Nixon is gutting fed-
eral programs.

There are two progressive candidates: Mo g d is and
There are differences in their programs. But these translate,
terms, to differences in technique and style much more than

Kaimowitz.
in practical
substance.

But there is a very real difference.
For Kaimowitz to win, HRP would have to DOUBLE its best previous
showing. To accomplish this, HRP would have to find massive support in
parts of the city where they have never received more than a handful
of votes. It's just not 'going to happen.
But we are not making a lesser-of-two-evils argument.
Franz Mogdis is a positive choice. He has a solid record of skillful
service to progressive causes. He has demonstrated political courage in
his stands while a member of the planning commission. He will be a good
mayor from the start, probably the best Ann Arbor has ever had.
We cannot stand the burden of conservative Republican control of
government from the White House all the way to City Hall. We believe
the responsible course for progressives in this election is solid support for
Franz Mogdis.
Laird Harris-Political Director, Michigan McGovern Campaign
Wally Long--Finance Director, Michgan McGovern Campaign
David Vaughn-Associate Director, Michigan McGovern Primary Campaign
Bill Hollyer-2nd District McGovern Campaign Director
Al Crockett-2nd District Field Staff
Bruce Cameron-2nd District Volunteer Recruiter and Coordinator
Keech LeGrand-2nd District Finance Chairman
Bob Ambrose-2nd District Office Manager
'h.nnW;A,--Pr;ce -ofir Michicn McCovern Camnian

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