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Friday, November 3, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, November 3, 1 972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

HILARY GODDARD
for COUNTY TREASURER
DEMOCRAT
QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED
! College Graduatel
* Accountant-Auditor
*0Ypsilanti Treasurer-Controller
* Accounting System Design
* Concerned About Peoples Problems
Paid Pal. Adv.

"DID YOU KNOW that Kathy
Foitik is the only candidate who
has worked in county govern-
men -?"
KATHY
FOsMI
Dist. 1 4 Commissioner
Pd. Pal. Adv.

IF YOU
WANT TO
END THE
WAR**.

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In Concert at
Univ. of Toledo
Field House
STEPHEN
STILLS
and MANASSAS
Sat. Night, Nov. 4th
10 P.M.
Tickets Available at the Door

By the All and Renters
SAIGON - Communist f o r c e s
made 142 attacks on South Vietna-
mese positions yesterday-the high-
est number of attacks since the
end of March.
The increased militancy goes
along with a statement over Hanoi'
radio yesterday saying "the Viet-
namese people have no other choice
than to step up their fight on all

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N. Vietnamese strikes build as
conflict renews 'on all fronts'

fronts-military, political and dip-
lomatic-until complete victory."j
Fighting raged in the central
highlands, where North Vietna-
mese forces led by tanks overran1
the South Vietnamese border camp;
of Duc Co, 27 miles southwest of
Pleiku.1
It was the first time the com-
munists have used tanks since:
June.1

See Pulitzer Prize Winning Columnist
JACK ANDERSON
FRIDAY, NOV. 3 at 8:00 p.m.
HILL AUDITORIUM
TICKETS ($1.25) on sale at the Union or at the door

Peace plan status foggy
(Continued from Page 1) 1 saying U.S. negotiators did not feel
at a negotiated settlement are fall- the Saigon head would be a stum-
ing apart." bling block to a Vietnam peace
He said Thieu does not like the Isettlement.

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settlement terms and added there
now are some indications Nixon
too may be having second thoughts
about it.
He repeated that if the war is
still on when he becomes Presi-
dent,, he will order an irnmeidate'
halt to the bombing in Vietnam.
He would also instruct U.S. offi-
cials to begin immediate negotia-
tions for a total withdrawal of U.S.
forces within 90 days, with the un-
derstanding that American prison-
ers-of-war will be released in the
same t:r :e-month period.
Meanwhile, Vice President Spiro
Agnew yesterday defended Thieu,
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for PRESIDENT
* Ben Spock is the nominee of the People's Party,
a national third party.
* Spock supports the People's Party platform.
" The People's Party is committed to ending rule
of the U.S. for the benefit of the wealthy through
community control and redistribution of wealth and
income.
* The People's Party supports the struggles of op-
pressed groups and calls for mass action to force
social change.
* George McGovern is the nominee of the Demo-
cratic Party, a national coalition of office-seekers.
* McGovern changes positions daily. He has aban-
doned any real attack on the concentration of in-
come and wealth. He sabotaged abortion and gay
rights planks at the Democratic Convention.
* The Democratic Party stands for the perpetuation
of privilege. McGovern supports all Democrats--in-
cluding Daley, Hanrahan, arid George Wallace.
Build the third party movement!
Write in SPOCK for President!
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Quaalude
According to Drug Help of-
ficials Quaaludes -- a common
street drug in the city - are
highly addictive and with-
drawal is- a dangerous process.
Withdrawal, they say, is safe
only under medical supervi-
sion, and "cold turkey" with-
drawals can be fatal in some
cases.
Both Drug Help (761-HELP)
and the Free People's Clinic
(761-8952) can arrange free
medically supervised with-
drawal. These agencies urge
anyone who suspects he or she
may be addicted to call or visit.

MUSICIANS INSTEAD
OF DINNER MINTS
Some coffee houses give out
dinner mints for free. They think
that is atmosphere. Tough luck.
\W/e provide I i v e m u s i c on
weekends. Students display their
artwork on our walls. Theater
groups work on our stage.
We are the Halfway Inn.
You can afford us because we
are non-profit. There is never a
cover charge.
the halfway inn

Further south, South Vietnamese
forces recaptured two hamlets and
a village near Saigon. The three,
along with several other hamlets,
had been in communist hands for
several days.
With the South Vietnamese hold-
ing the three hamlets, Saigon mili-
tary spokesmen said, all major
highways in the Saigon area are
open for the first time in weeks.
Meanwhile, the U.S. command
yesterday confirmed the crash of
a Chinook helicopter in the Mekong
Delta area Tuesday. However, a
spokesman confirmed the deaths
of only 12 U.S. servicemen, as op-
posed to the 22 reported dead ear-
lier this week.
U.S. bombers flew four missions
over North Vietnam yesterday, all
about, 40 miles north of the demili-
tarized zone. However, some 21
bombing missions were flown by
U.S. planes in the south, including
six within 20 miles of Saigon.
The U.S. command in its weekly
casualty announcement reported
three Americans killed in action
last week. Six others died of 'non-
hostile' causes, and 17 were wound-
ed, the command said.
The Saigon command listed 504
South Vietnamese troops killed,
2,013 wounded and 140 missing last
week. It claimed 2,081 Viet Cong
and North Vietnamese were killed]
The allied commands now have
reported these total casualties for
the war:
American-45,887 killed in action;
10,287 d e a d from 'non-hostile'
causes; 303,492 wounded; 1,699
missing, captured or interned.
South Vietnamese-158,421 killed in
action, 419,180 wounded.
Viet Cong and North Vietnamese
-904,048 killed.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3 ;
DAY CALENDAR
Library Film Series: "'The Art of
Huckleberry Finn." commentary by
Benjamin Franklin, UGLI Multipur-
pose Rm., 3:30 pm.
Astronomy Dept. visitors Night: J. G.
Hill, "Dead and Dying Stars," and
movie, "Apollo .16," Aud. A, Angell
Hall, 8 pm.; Angell Obs. open after
lect, until 10:30 pin.
UAC: Lecture by reporter Jack An-
derson, Hill. 8 pm.
International Folk Dance: Barbour
Gym. 8 pm.

Musical Society: Batsheva Dance Go.
from Israel, Power Ctr., 8 pm.
Residential College Players: Lorcea
"The House of Bernarda Alba," RC0
Aud., 8 pm.
Hockey: Michigan vs. North Dakota,
Coliseum, pm.
GENERAL NOTICES
Michigan women in Science & MHRI
Seminar: Jean King, attorney; Eliza-
beth Douvan, PhD; & Elva Poznanske,
M.D. will discuss, "Stresses on the
Dual-Career Family," on Nov. 17, 1057
Mental Health Res. Inst., 205 N. Wash-
tenaw, 8 pm.

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George McGovern Has Endorsed
PERRY BULLARD
FOIR ST ATE RE P.
Because Perry Helped Get
Voting Rights for Students
In Michigan
"I am writing to offer you my strongest pos-
sible endorsement... the work you have done
to extend the franchise to Michigan students

RAY SCHOLTZ Listens
and Understands

Elect RAY SHOULTZ
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Democrat
pd. political adv.
WELFARE
Welfare. It's almost a magic also provide encouragement to
word these days, guaranteed to private industry to seek out wel-
elicit a strong response from, fare recipients and train them
anyone you talk to. Politicians of for lasting, rewarding employ-
every persuasion have a field day ment."
with it. But for all the talk, not
much is being done to improve Michigan n e e d s the kind of
the system. What's needed is a strightfnrward tind of
rational, pragmatic approach to straightforward, practical ap-
the problem. The kind of ap proach to the problems of state
proach taken by the Republican government. A n d Ann Arbor
candidate for the State House of needs a State Legislator who will
Representatives from the new represent ALL the people of the
5rd DsntictMike Renner.nw new 53rd District. Choose the
candidate who meets both these
needs. Choose Renner, the Prac-
"Rapidly rising w e If a r e costs tical Alternative.
cause serious problems for our
state," Renner believes. "Cer-
tainly we want to insure that all REPUBLICANS FOR RENNER
of our needy citizens, especially Word Kuhn, Chairman
children, receive adequate assist-
healthy life. But wel-
once so they can lead a
fare should not be
viewed as a system of
permanent maintenance
rather as an aid to help
the poor get on their
feet. No one should re-
ceive state support whc
is unwilling to work.
"Little can be done at
the state level tc
change the welfare sys-
tem i t s e If. The em-

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