Saturday, Moy 19, 1973
THF SUMMER DAILY-
Saturday, May 19, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Paae Nine
Former hawks now oppose
U. S. bombing of Cambodia
WASHINGTON (UPI) - "It's
the same way we got into Viet-
nam years ago," said Sen. Ed-
ward Gurney, (R-Fla).
Sen. Hiram Fong, (R-Hawaii),
said: "The continued bombing
of Cambodia will lead to more
losses of American pilots and
crew members; more American
POWs and a possIble recurrence
of our sad experience in Viet-
SEN. JOHN McCLELLAN,
(fl-Ark.) : "I don't want Cam-
bodia or Laos to become anoth-
antiwar bloc to President Nixon? (R-Tex.) put it.
NO, because Hiram Fong, John
McClellan, Norris Cotton and
Edward Gurney have been vot-
ing in Congress since the 1964
Gulf of Tonkin resolution to sup-
port the U. S. involvement in
They have now publicly and
openly broken with the Presi-
dent and have joined a coalition
transcending ideological and
partisan lines to demand an ito-
modiate cessation of tbe bomb-
ing of Cambodia and a final sev-
ering of the cords tying U. S.
forces to Indochina.
This new coalition of old hawks
and old doves has already pro-
duced a 24 to 0 shutout in the
Senate Appropriations Commit-
tee against President Nixon's
policies. It is now on the verge
of handing the President a vir-
tual ultimatum for U. S. disen-
THE WHITE HOUSE, as it
dispatched presidential envoy
Henry Kissinger to Paris for an-
other round of negotiations with
the North Vietnamese on the
battered cease - fire agreement,
warned Wednesday that the com-
mittee's action to cut off funds
for the war "could severely un-
dermine prospects for success"
of the negotiations. Press Sec-
retary Ron Ziegler said the
President was "very concerned."
But even the staunchest ad-
ministration loyalists refused to
retreat. All that Nixon has been
able to gain so far in the confron-
tation is a delay in a Senate vote
on the issue until early June.
That will at least permit Kis-
singer to talk to the North Viet-
namese negotiator, Le Duc Tho,
without Congress "stripping him
naked" -- as Sen. John Tower
THE DELAY in the vote is a
result of Senate rules requiring
an appropriations bill to be held
for three days before it is put
on the calendar, and another
three days before it is brought
to a floor vote. Senate Republi-
can Leader Hugh Scott insisted
the rule be followed.
This means no action can be
taken until after the Senate re-
turns from its May 29 Memorial
THIS WEEK AT THE
in the Union Basement
thru Friday, May 25
SNOW WHITE AND THE
A tale from the Brothers Grimm-
translatedha yRandallr l-ell
HAWAII'S SEN. FONG: "The
continued bombing . . . will
lead to ... . a possible recur-
rence of our sad experience in
Sen. Norris Cotton, (R-N.H.:
"As far as I'm concerned, I want
to get the hell out of there as
quickly as possible . .."
More aimless chirping from
the dove roost? Another fruit-
less challenge by tbe Senate's
FLORIDA'S SEN. GURNEY:
"It (the bombing of Cambodia)
is the same way we got into
Vietnam years ago."
"Learn from a Pro"
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