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Friday, 1uly'l1, 1975

Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, July 11, 1975

Arms proposal
draws support
(Continued from Page 1) tary aid to Turkey, so long as
ed Ford's bill calling for re- there was no faster progress to-
lease of $78.4 million worth of ward ending the Cyprus occu-
U.S. arms that Turkey has paid pation, reiterated their posi-
for plus resumption of other tions.
sales would be acted on by the REPS. John Brademas (D-
House next week. Ind.) and Paul Carbanes (D-
Broomfield said he expected Md.) said they will oppose any
the House to approve the mea- bill to enact the compromise.
sure, although he said no head In the Senate, an aide to Sen.
count has been taken. Thomas Eagleton (D-Mo.) a
THE LEADOFF witness at leading foe of military aid to
today's hearing, Under Secre- Tlein efo een i itrcadmt
tary of State Joseph Sisco, said s Turkey under presen ciro u-
the embargo against arms sales toances, sich d
to Turkey must be removed to ion is uncanged.
solve "the deteriorating situa- However, Chairman Thomas
tion in the eastern Mediterran- Morgan (D-Pa.) of the Interna-
ean." tional Relations Committee told
The shipments were halted a reporter he sees indications
by Congress, effective in Feb- that the national security plea
ruary, because of Turkey's in- is changing the minds of some
vasion of Cyprus and occupa- members who previously voted
tion of part of that island of to cut off Turkish military aid.
mixed Turkish and Greek popu- Morgan called the proposal "a
lation. fair compromise" and said the
The fate of the compromise provisions for regular reports
in Congress remained in doubt. on progress toward settling the
In both branches of Congress, Cyprus dispute should be par-
long - time opponents of mili- ticularly acceptable.

Beer, wine bill
before Legislature

(Continued from Page I)
and financial loans.
Bursley feels this particular
section of the measure is a shot
in the arm.
"IT IS putting motherhood on
the side of the bill. Everyone
likes scholarships and loans."
According to Senator Bursley
there is widespread support for
the proposal among state uni-
versity and college administra-
tors.
Dick Mill, leader of the State
Association of College Presi-
dents has spoken in support of
the measure along with John
Gaffney, who represents the
small colleges.
CONCERNING University of
Michigan reaction to the pro-
posal, President Robben Flem-
ing said, "Some of our people
support the bill in general but
we really haven't paid that
much attention to it in Ann Ar-
bor because in the Union we al-
ready have the University Club

which is licensed to sell liquor."
However, Fleming feels it
would receive a stronger re-
ception from other University
of Michigan campuses, includ-
ing Flint and Dearborn where
such facilities do not exist.
Fleming was also skeptical of
the measure's benefit to stu-
dent loan and scholarship bud-
gets.
"I DO not feel it is likely to
stir up enormous profits be-
cause of my experience at (Uni-
versity of) Wisconsin was that
beer was the fourth most popu-
lar drink - ranking below milk,
coke and other beverages," he
said.
Fleming served as Chancellor
of the University of Wisconsin
until 1968 when he was ap-
pointed as President of the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
A major obstacle to strong
support for the bill is the ab-
sence of student lobbies due to
summer vacations, according to
Bursley.

Clericals,
'U' stall
on wages
(Continued frolPage 3)
woman, expressed optimism last
Monday that the recontinued ne-
gotiations might narrow the gap
between the University's offer
of a 5.6 per cent pay raise, and
the clericals demands of an
eight per cent increase.
HOWEVER, no further inroads
were made into the economic
differences last Tuesday.
"We will continue on non-
economic subcommittees Fri-
day," said Jones. "But after
that I don't know where we'll
go."
"BUT THE mediator is to help
mainly with economics - we
hope to have the other issues
solved by that time," she said.
Should the mediator fail to
provide an acceptable settle-
ment, the clerical negotiating
team is authorized by a June
membership vote to call a strike.

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