THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, June 16, 1971
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conditions" and the U.S. financ-
ing of a regional economic de-
velopment program for the Me-
kong Delta in which North Viet-
nam might participate.
The second action was the
unannounced five-day pause in
bombing in May during which
Johnson called on Hanoi to ac-
cept a "political solution" in the
south. This "seemed to be aimed
more at clearing the decks for
a subsequent intensified resump-
tion than it was at evoking a
reciprocal act of de-escalation
by Hanoi," the study says.
The installments in the Sun-
day and Monday Times told
abot cla n destine warfare
against North Vietnam before
the Tonkin Gulf incident in
They said the administration
of former President Lyndon B.
Johnson hsd reahed a "general
-consensu"' before the 1964 elec-
tion that bombing of North Viet-
nam would begin early in 1965,
and that Johnson decided in
April 1965, to secretly use Ameri-
can ground troops for offensive
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tinue operating the school dis-
trict as it is now. Bohouse went
on to state that "Teachers, I'm
sure will realize the financial
problems we are having." Yet.
this does not take into considera-
tion the anticipated raise.
With the conservative sweep.
moderates did poorly. But Robert
Hener, director of the Center on
Research for Conflict Resolution,
running as the RIP candidate did
Although they gained no seat
on the board. RIP received 11
per cent of the total vote city-
wide - offering policies most
consistently opposed to those of
the victors. Compared to the one
per cent of the vote they received
in the mayoral election - held at
a time when students, 'who form
a large base of RIP's support,
are in town - RIP's support
seems to have skyrocketed. It is
uncertain though wheter the
votes Hener received ere for
the party or only- for Hefner-
who has a respected profession.
O t h e r observers attribute
RIP'S strong showing to the fact
that those who ran the April
mayoral campaign are out of
town and their replacements have
been able to achieve more suc-
Hefner's strongest showing was
in what is generally considered
the student ward -- despite the
fact that many students are on
vacation - and in the Burns
Park area. However, the totals
for Heusel and Renken were even
in these areas extremely close to
Yet, in the Burns Park area, as
well as at the Michigan Leage,.
both Hefner and Hesel were o t-
polled by Marcia Fedrbush, who
in her initial candidate stateme
stressed a, women's liberation
platform, and by Nancy Brussolo,
a member of the coinodttee
which formulated the "Humane-
ness in Education" report.
These areas also supported the
defeated millage proposal. Yet,
in spite of the strong showing by
RIP and the more liberalcandi-
dates. Heusel, Renken and Bol-
house, won their victories by
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