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Thursday, July 29, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Thursday, July 29, 1971 THE MICHiGAN DAILY Page Nine

Steelworkers set strike
,date in nationwide vote

PITTSBURG {MT - Rank-and-
tile United Steelworkers have
onanimoosly voted to strike the
coontry's nine major steel firms
if agreement on a new contract is
not reached by Saturday.
# The vote, taken nationwide last
week ran 93 per cent in favor of
a strike according to union of-
ficials.
Earlier in the week, the union
notified its 600-man basic steel
industry committee to be on the
'Senate fails
to close off
Lockheed talk
WASHINGTON (') - The ad-
ninistration effort to rescue
Lockheed Aircraft Corp. cleared
a major Senate hurdle yesterday,
but another attempt to limit de-
hate met with failure.
The vote to close off debate
was 59 to 39, seven short of the
required two-thirds, but repre-
sented a stronger showing by
Lockheed supporters than in their
first attempt on Monday.
A third attempt at cloture will
e made tomorrow.
Prior to the cloture vote the
Senate voted 60 to 35 to reject
an amendment that would have
denied Lockheed favored status
in the over-all corporate-rescue
bill.
Under the proposed amendment
ate $250 million loan guarantee
would have been subjected to fur-
ther congressional review in Sep-
tember.
.... ......

alert for weekend meetings to
vote on any offer the companies
might make.
It had been rumored that the
nine top firms, bargaining as a
bloc for the entire industry,
would present their first set of
firm wage proposals earlier this
week. Whether or not these have
been as yet submitted however
remains unknown.
United Steelworker president
I.W. Abel has stated that his
union will accept no less than the
wage package won by the union
in the can and aluminum indus-
tries, reportedly 31 per cent over
three years.
The steel industries, however,
claim they can't afford such an
increase and the White House
said it would consider stick a set-
tlement inflationary.

Chou calls
impossille
HONG KONG GP;' Premier
Chou En-lai has announced that
the People's Republic of China
will not accept American recog-
nition on a "two China" basis,
and that they will sprun United
Nations membership if the Na-
tionalists are allowed to remain
in the organization.
Speaking with American visi-
tors, Chou outlined four major
questions on which the estab-
lishment of diplomatic relations
between Peking and Washington
hinge.
Most important is United States
recognition of the People's Re-
public of China as the sole legiti-
mate government of China. "Tai-
wan", Chou said, "is a province
of China and it is unalienable
part of Chinese territory."

diplomatic relations
with two-China policy
Secondly, American presence Both Peking and the National-
in Indochina must be terminated ists have insisted there can be
and third, the state of war which no "two-China" solution in the
still exists in Korea must be set- United Nations or in terms of
tIled and all U.S. forces with- American foreign policy.
drawn. At present, the United States
Finally. American aid to Ja- recognizes the claim of Chiang
pan must be cut back. Politburo Kai-Shek's Nationalist regime as
member Yao Wen-yuan ex- the sole legitimate government of
plained that the mainland Chinese the Chinese people. Experts have
take the position that the "re- speculated that Washington had
vival of Japanese militarism" is hoped for a solution which would
being "fostered singlehanded" by involve recognition of both gov-
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FOREST
FIRES BURN
MORE
THAN
TREES

.autumn gems. diamond-patterned
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