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Wednesday, May 21, 1975
Pathet

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Lao troops take city

Dems renominate
Mayor Frank Rizzo

I

(Continued from Page 1)
commander, a paunchy man in
a baggy green uniform, were
garlanded with flowers. Nou-
phet then got into his jeep and
the Pathet Lao chief got into a
second loyalist jeep to follow
him into the town.
While the march of welcome
was underway, six U.S. Aid
officials and their wives re-
matned at hometundertthe re-
strictions the students have
made until the government
meets their demands involving
the future role of the U.S. Aid
program and the replacement of
a number of government offi-
cials.
The Americans are in the
process of packing up to leave.
Although they said their future
status was not fully determined,
they are the last U.S. Aid peo-
ple remaining at permanent
posts outside Vientiane and it
was plain they did not expect
to stay, at least in their present
numbers.
"I' HOPE they would drive a
hard enough bargain in Vien-
tiane to have one American or
two Americans on hand for a
while to wind this thing down,"
said Sanford Stone, 58, Cleve-
land. Ohio, the senior American
official here.
Meanwhile, officials in Mang-
kok and Washington reported

that Cambodian navy men who ever, there were conflicting re-
sailed a 175-foot subchaser to ports as to whether this was the
Thailand seeking asylum claim boat involved with the Maya-
theirs was the vessel that cap- guez.
tured the American freighter Mayaguez Capt. Charles Mill-
Mayaguez last week. er said Saturday the Cambodian
The Thai navy, in a one-sen- boat involved was a "motor
tence statement, said it had torpedo boat," but U.S. govern-
impounded a gunboat flying the ment sources said the Mayaguez
flag of the old Cambodian gov- was captured by two small gun-
ernment and disarmed and de- boats. The captain's log identi-
tained 10 crew members. fied the vessel as bearing the
GCambodians number P128, but the boat
THE FLEEING Cabdas reaching Thailand was reported
reportedly arrived at Sattahip, to be numbered E311. It was not
on the Gulf of Thailand, last t.I
Thursday, the day U.S. Marines known whether this could have
and planes rescued the Maya- been a second vessel mentioned
guez and her crew of 39. How- by the crew.
Police vote on layoff plan

PHILADELPHIA lOP) - Demo-
cratic Mayor Frank Rizzo won
easy renomination last night for
a second term, beating the party
organization that refused to en-
dorse him because he had sup-
ported former President Rich-
ard Nixon and other Republi-
cans.
The controversial Rizzo, a
54-year-old former police com-
missioner who rose to political
fame on the law and order
issue, trounced State Sen. Louis
Hill, the party choice, and four
other candidates in a bitter pri-
mary election struggle that had
split the Democrats in Amer-
ica's fourth largest city.
RIZZO's triumph was more

(Continued from Page 3)
THE C N T O V E R S Y
reached its boiling point when,
within ten days of Keith's rul-
ing, Federal Judge Ralph Free-
man decided that 275 police of-
ficers, mostly blacks and fe-
males recently hired under the
Detroit Police Department's af-
firmative action policy and
salaried with federal funds,
could not be laid off. However,
it was now clear that some 550

LSA faculty hits new
deanship search plan

(Continued from Page 1)
and criticized Fleming and
Rhodes for failing to give her
"standard courtesies" and of-
fering only a two-year deanship
contract.
THE PROBE also criticized
the LSA faculty for failure to
hire sufficient n u m b e r of
blacks and women in recent
years.
Objecting to Dunn's request
for immediate faculty action on
the motion, Sam Krimm, asso-
ciate LSA dean and chairman
of yesterday's meeting said,
"People did not come today
with the intention of voting on
the Cohen Committee report."
Consenting with Krimm, fac-
ulty parliamentarian, Associate
Speech Prof. William Colburn
stressed, "The issue has
brought the University to na-
tional attention and I urge you
not to take formal action as
yet on this controversial case,
especially in violation of the
new faculty code."
ACCORDING to the new fac-
ulty code, all proposals should
be presented to the faculty
at least one week before formal
action can be taken.
Despite. the opposition, the
faculty chose to act on Dunn's
motion, voting on each state-

ment individually.
Rigorous debate culminated
in the unanimous acceptance of
three of Dunn's five suggested
motions affirming:
. that the formation of the
new deanship search commit-
tee does not imply acceptance
of the charges made by the Co-
hen Committee;
. the right of the faculty to
participate in the formulation
of criteria in all Deanship and
other search committees; and
" that the dean of LSA has
no more important function
than leading the college and
representing the faculty to the
vice president for academic af-
fairs and to the President.
In a final vote, the faculty
overwhelmingly consented to
submitting a copy of the state-
ments to the Regents.
Leftover cooked fish in your
refrigerator? Flake it and add
to mashed potatoes and form
into patties. Fry the patties in
butter or margarine and serve
with a cooked vegetable and a
crisp salad for an economical
and nutritious supper. Top the
patties with chili sauce and
make the salad a cabbage slaw
if you like.

others, mostly white males, over Democratic party boss Pe-
could be let go. ter Camiel than Hill whom he
Freeman's controversial de- had dismissed as "a clown"
cision touched off a violent and C a m i e I 's"handpicked
street demonstration by DPOA choice." He proudly campaign-
members, who charged that the ed as "the man against the ma-
ruling violated seniority clauses chine."
in their contract with the city. Also losing some lustre in
Since that time, attempts Rizzo's triumph was Democratic
have been made to resolve the Gov. Milton Shapp who remain-
issue, with the hope that lay- ed neutral publicly but was a
offs may be avoided altogether. strong Camiel ally. Shapp had
opposed Rizzo's first nomina-
IN A 12-hour marathon ses- tion in 1971.
sion last week, Keith and repre- With 69 per cent of the 1,777
sentatives of the concerned par- precincts reported, Rizzo had
ties reached an apparent settle- 132,029 to 84,745 for Hill. Mu-
ment, but as Keith issued a hammad Kenyatta, a black civil
strict gag rule on those attend- rights minister, was far back
ing the meeting, details were with 3,841.
not learned. REPUBLICANS, outregistered
As it now stands, the new set- - - -
tlement would remain in effect
for the 1975-76 fiscal year. The
matter may come up again next
year depending on the state of
the economy. ,
But Andary insisted, "The-
feeling is that the economyl
may turn up and there may be -- -
some federal money."
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nearly 3 to 1 by the Democrats,
easily nominated former City
Councilman Thomas Foglietta
to face Rizzo in November. Fog-
lietta was endorsed by the GOP
organization and had only token
opposition from a political un-
known who claimed he was a
Samoan prince.
Rizzo lost support of the Dem-
ocratic organization when he
supported Nixon in his 1972 re-
election bid, backed a losing
slate of Republicans in local
races and created a secret po-
lice squad to spy on political
enemies, Democrats a m o n g
them.
Hill, 51, a lawyer and ex-
Marine, billed himself as "The
Democrat for Mayor." He went
into the primary counting on
support from two-thirds of the
city's 66 wards, and a strong
showing in Philadelphia's black
community, where Rizzo also
banked on heavy support.
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