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Friday, September 5, 1975

THE' MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nineteen

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By ROBERT KAYLOR i of Indochina was going on.. In a countermove, U.S. offi- All pay scales and working years, some U.S. servicemen force to remove the strikers.'
The security guards, all Thai cials here then made new in-i conditions were set up n'y the, have had to fill in for them, Kiukrit, whose grip on civil nr-
BANGKOK (UPI) - New dis- military veterans put back intofomtnaviblaou true; United States and money for* Teargeenist , der hangs on tenuously from'
closures of the extent to whichuiomt arltepeieesTrheet o h ae.pyol poie iety h ellafrraKukmiteiste r.kneoepots-otenetb rs
unior t ptrl hepermeer, rrngmets n hebaes pyrllsprvieddiecly Te ig el fr ukiteiter OceI neprtes t te ex ingey
the United States ran military; of bases where American planes They disclosed that last July guards were in effect empioyies tegvrmn aeiihr sure groups, isn't happy to he
affairs in Thailand during she ! were prewr hkdb h 3 ..ebsy fiil greofh US oenet ne-tegoenetthei,.ahr tkn diioa etoe
Idciawryashave come Ta ae eehrdb h 0US masyofcasare ..gvrmn ne-core of strikers escalated theirrkn diioa etoe
Indohinawarhear government and were sup-I to provide up to $2 million to thei erything but name, initial demands to a point where ;what is basically an American
as a result of a confrontation posedly its employes. Thais to mollify the guards. Dsietecerwrigo hywudcs nadtoa far
between security guards at mnili-Dsietecerwrigo hywudcs nadtoa far
tary bases here and the govern - Knowing they would lose their' A copy of the memorandum of the agreement, the arrangement $1.58 million.--
ment of Prime Minister Kukrit Jobs when the last 19,000 {,Is understanding about the bases apparently didn't always work TeUie ttssy twl
rao.and 250 airplanes have left was also made available for in- Thel. ThouthdheSyarseAsrsays it will~,
Pramo, i ha~lnri 1V nat A~rrh AM enac~nn t ;nherlrl nn Antva wll. hroug theyear Amei-', ;,,lnn ia mnuu y d t:a M A Am o

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The disclosures, including the,
text of a memorandum of un-
derstanding between the -twoI
governments, shows that Amer-,
ican commanders had control of
the guards despite constant pro-
testations by both governments'
that the Thais held full sover-
eignty and control of the bases.j
AMONG other 'things, U.S.;1
officials used the alleged Thaii
control as, an excuse for deny-!
ing Amerman reporters entry to
the bases and access to U.S. air-
men during the years bombingi

it nadluan u y next L iaLLrcn, Z'~(AUM . U 11.i ic.aUUaUone clause -- a-.- ,-
of the guards have been on than read, "The U.S. command- can commanders have often
strike since last June to demand er at the base will have com- complained about the poor qua-
improved benefits from the gov- plete operational control of the lity and performance of the
eminnt.security guards," issuing orders; guards. In the current strike

government has threatened'

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STHE GUARDS marched on; and setting duties.
Kukrit's office to join the otherI
pressure groups that have har- IT HAD always been assumed
nied his shaky democratic gov- the United States paid indirectly
erment. As it has with other for base security through such
groups, the government caved mediums as the military aid '
in to the guards' demandst prgaitths u oeta
began to leak reports that K- $prloam tathscputrethan
krit had gone to the U.S. gov- bilo inotecuryot
erment for money to pay them the memorandum showed there;
off. was more than met the eye.

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AP Photo
TROOPS SIT IN a U.S. air base in Thailand. T hroughout the Inochina War American bomb-
ers were stationed in that country and carried out raids in Vietnam and Cambodia. The Thai
guards at the bases were at the beck and call of the U.S. military leaders, despite public
statements to the contrary.

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