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Friday, May 23, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

.1 .

Daily. Classifieds

U.S. begins Laos pullout

(Continued from Page 8)
BARGAIN CORNER
USEDROYA typewriter, $15 71
297, 6-11 p~m 22W52
PHOTO SUPPLIES
UNUSED HONEYWELL Pentax su-
per Takumar 200/F4 lens. $110. 665-
:305. 15D523
FOR SALE
1-SPEED BIKE, Flandria Good
hape. Simplex Derailer. $145.00.
761-0387 36B524
MEN'S 10 SPEED BIKE. 27" fBame,
$75 994-082,.68B516
APARTMENT size electric stove. $25
or best offer. 426-3792 20B523
ROOMMATES
GRIAD STUDENT wnted for 4-
person sharedEhouse near Burns
Park. 761-8776. 41Y529
BUSINESS SERVICES
EDITORIAL assistance, dissertation,
article, book, article. Howard Rontal,
665-7161. 83J530
T-ENNIS SERVICE, INC. Experienced
players offering lessons. Call 764-
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TYPING. Fast, accurate, 50c/pg. 663-
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PUBLIC NOTICE-Will the two men
who mistakenly removed a large
number of copies of my book,
Shiba kokan." from my office in
1.ppan Hall please return them.
Students or faculty members who
are offered copies of this book in
landestine sale are asked to report
he"sellers to Dr. Cal French at
164-400. 53F523
RATHER be traveling abroad but
ttending Spring in Ann Arbor in-
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tir Advisory Committee, Women
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encouraged to apply. The new Com-
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n determining qualities and exper-
ience necessary for a new Dean of
the LS&A College, second, compile
a list of suitable candidates, and
third, help determine a final panel
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to this Committee are available in
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day-Friday afternoons, May 25-30.
(763-5272). Only graduate students
registered for '75-76 U-M school
year need apply. 62F530
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(Continued frii Page 3)
safe keeping in one of the build-
ings of the AID compound,
which has been occupied by
student demonstrators since
Wednesday.
One of the demands of stu-
dents occupying the sprawling
U. S. AID compound in Vien-
tiane, where the two Marines
and an American civilian were
held, was that Americans pay
tax on all luxury items they
have imported duty free, includ-
ing kitchen utensils. The Soviet
news agency Tass said the stu-
dents also "protested against
CIA intrigues in Laos."
H O W E V E R, a Laotian
government spokesman said
American U. S. AID employes
had diplomatic privileges and
their property would be re-
spected.
The students had demanded
that American AID personnel
leave within three days. They
now agree to a 30-day with-
drawal period, although the U.
S. Embassy claims the 1951
treaty'that establishedthe U. S.
AID operation in Laos contain-
ed a 90-day termination clause.
A Laotian government spokes-
man, at a press briefing cover-
ing a Wednesday night cabinet
meeting, said the government
had decided to ask for an end
to all U. S. activities in Laos
and the handover of all aid ma-
terial in the country after an
inventory was taken.
T H E SPOKESMAN, Ouday
Souvannavong, deputy minister
CHARING CROSS
BOOKSHOP
Used, Fine and Scholarly Books
316 S. STATE-994-4041
OpenM on-Fri. 11 -9,
Sat. 10-6

of information, said, however,
the government still wanted
economic assistance from the
United States but that it must
be direct aid to the Laotian gov-
ernment, such as other countries
were giving.
He said the U. S. Embassy
had agreed to close all U. S.
AID branches in the provinces,
and a joint U.S.-Laotian com-
mittee would be formed to nego-
tiate an end to the U.S. AID
operation in Vientiane.
In Saigon, Associated Press
Special Correspondent Peter
Arnett reported that South Viet-
nam's new rulers are trying to
persuade some of the people in
overcrowded cities to return to
the countryside.
ARNETT SAID to many Viet-
namese the prospect of going
back to the soil is not alto-
gether unpleasant. Others, how-
ever, are cautiously sending a
family member to test the cli-
inate in rural areas first.
In Vientiane, the government
decisions on U. S. aid were the
first indication the U. S. Embas-
sy has received on Lao poli-
cies toward American aid, now
running at $32.5 million a year.
U. S. officials said they had
been trying to get a firm read-

ing on the government's wishes
but had not had any response.
THE EMBASSY had offered
to negotiate a reduction or
elimination of U. S. aid.
Meanwhile, the Pathet Lao
contrsl of Laos appeared to be
almost complete.
It now has troops in every
major city, , nd the once pow-
erful right-wing faction of the
coalition government of leftists,
rightists and neutralists ap-
pears to have been routed.
THERE WERE more strikes
by government officials showing
their support for the leftist gov-
ernment and opposition to right-
wing and "reactionary" forces,
most of whom fled the country
two weeks ago.
Workers at government-owned
Royal Air Lao staged the latest
strike, pasting up posters at the
airport and the airline's down-
town office pledging support for
the Pathet Lao-dominated gov-
ernment.
When you are washing the in-
side of your refrigerator, use a
well-wrung-out cloth or well-
squeezed-out sponge so that
dripping water will not seep
into electrical parts.

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