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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, August 2, 1974

Pisge Ten THE M4~HIGAN DAiLY Fridoy, August 2, 1974

Cyprus
(Continued from Page t?
Malik attacked the Geneva ac-
cord and repeated earlier calls
for withdrawal of all foreign
troops and restoration of Arch-
bishop Makarios as president.
Makarios was ousted in a July
15 coup by the Greek-officered
national guard. This prompted
the invasion by Turkish troops
five days later.
MALIK SAID Cyprus 'is now
the subject of cynical bargain-
ing to consolidate the strategic
positions of NATO in the Medi-
terranean," and charged that
"flagrant interference" by out-
siders in the island's affairs was
continuing.

war continues Striking workers,
U.S. Ambassador John A. was concerned that any delay ini
Scah said: "I am glad we have implementing the Geneva ac- pporters ket
dru tdl whtWO chnld hv had " affprr d nn - tnity fn

done to ay wnat we snow a ave
done yesterday . .. The council
has now acted to promote the
momentum of peace which has
been generated."
Scali said the United States
MONITORING SYSTEM
ON BOSTON ROADS
WALTHAN, Mass. (') - Ad-
vanced closed-circuit monitor-
ing equipment is being in-
stalled in the Greater Boston
area as part of a surveillance
and control system that is ex-
pected to improve traffic flow
and safety conditions on three
interstate highways.
The system includes a com-

cora oiiereu an Opprunt y Or
further violence." He urged all
council members "to place no
barriers of doctrines or pro-
cedures in the way" toward
peace on Cyprus.
piter that will evaluate traffic
conditions and, a m o n g otner
things, change the message to
drivers on variable message
signs. It will aos assist in vis-
ual detection of highway acci-
dents and problems and help
determine the nature and extent
of rescue assistance needed.
The equipment is being in-
stalled by GTE Sylvania of Wal-
tham.

(Continued from Page 3)
THE COMPANY appealed the
decision, and again a ruling
came down in favor of the
UAW.
A further appeal in the case
is pending before U. S. Court of
Appeals in Cincinnati.
Argus' refusal to bargain with
the UAW has caused the union
to file suit against the com-
pany, charging unfair labor
practices. Argus Plant Mana-
ger Don Hochgrave said yester-
day that if the Cincinnati court
upholds the NIRB decision, the
company will be willing to bar-
gain.
M E A N W H I L E, Jan
Gayla, an Argus employe who
claims he was fired for union
organizing, has been rehired by
the company. Hochgrave re-
ports that Gayla was rehired

because "our lawyers said we
didn't have a very strong case
in that area."
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