The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 16, 1981-P age 7
Senate committee Plc
advises AWACS veto
* WASHINGTON (AP) - A Senate
tka te ropsed sal eof AWACs radar
pjaeies to Saudi Arabia be vetoed, but
Senate Republican Leader Howard
Bakier said he is more confident than
e'ver the sale will go through.
ISaker offered his assessment prior to
the Foreign Relations Committee's 9-8
Vote against the sale, a lineup that the
GDP leader had anticipated.
" THE COMMITTEE vote came
despite Baker's plea that "not a single
issue has more far reaching con-
sequences for the ultimate security of
,And Sen. Jessee Helms, R-N.C., had
told his colleagues, "If the Senate
rejects this sale, I predict that every
senator who votes against it will regret
1n Philadelphia, President Reagan
ected by saying, "Frankly, I'm
gr'atified that it was that close. Of cour-
se, I wish they'd gone the other way."
THE PRESIDENT said that with the
domhmittee vote that close, he's still
confident the sale will be approved on
the Senate floor.
The Foreign Relations panel action
came a few hours after the Armed Ser-
vice Committee endorsed the sale 10-5,
enhance the potential of U.S. militar
forces to protect U.S. interests in the
Persian Gulf region."
The House rejected the $8.5 billion
sale Wednesday by a 301-111 margin,
but the deal goes through unless it also
is rejected by the Senate, where the
administration has been concentrating
its lobbyn efforts.
A SENATE VOTE, originally
scheduled next Wednesday, has been
postponed until week after next.
Meanwhile, in Cairo yesterday U.S.
officials said the AWACS were sent to
Egypt to demonstrate confidence in
newly-elected President Hosni
Mubarak and will remain under the
control of 50 Americans assigned to fly
and maintain them.
Defense Minister Abdel Halim Abu
Ghazala said an agreement reached af-
ter former President Anwar Sadat's
assassination Oct: 6 was "that two
AWACS be stationed here to watch over
the northern, western and southern
borders. We have not bought
them.. .they are here for the joint exer-
cises of U.S., Egyptian, Sudanese and
unspecified Persian Gulf states' troops
that begin in November."
Break-in on Packard
Police apprehended a 32-year-old
Detroit man at midnight Wednesday on
the 1100 block of Packard Road. The
suspect appeared to be leaving a
building he had just broken into through
an open window. The police were aler-
ted to the scene by a resident of the
building who heard noises and called
An apartment on the 800 block of
McKinley was broken into between 6:45
and 11:00 p.m. Wednesday, police said.
The thief gained entry through a
second-story window and took a small
amount of change.
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"inflationary considerations" to the
rent rate before the store moves to its
new location scheduled to be oni the
other side of the Michigan Union
He futher agreed to guarantee the U-
Cellar use of the Union ballroom during
book rush at the beginning of fall and
winter terms, a point he'previously had
hesitated to concede.
eADDITIONALLY, Cianciola may still
develop a formula for future rental rate
increases, said U-Cellar board
president Mary Ann Caballero. .
"We are willing to meet some of his
terms if he is willing to meet some of
our terms," Caballero said yesterday.
*The U-Cellar board has empowered
its negotiating team to make on-the-
spot decisions regarding the lease's
provisions during a meeting with Cian-
ciola scheduled for this afternoon.
Cianciola said he considers. the
proposed rent hike to' be reasonable in
lht of the area's rental spc mdaket.t
the lease to the Cellar is to be on a com-
*petitive basis in light of the current
market situation and that there is to be
no-subsidy' of any kind," Cianciola said.
"In order to make the building a finan-
cially sound operation and to provide
acceptable services to students, the
Union cannot accept a lesser rental
Caballero said a higher rent($9.27')
paid for the Cellars' North Campus
store was balanced with expenses for
the No. 1 Union -based branch so North
Campus students would not be charged
unfairly high prices at that store. The
Cellar maintains a monopoly on North
Campust sand may sell "insignia" items
aThe lease as currently writteni
prohibits the Michigan Union bookstore
from selling Michigan "insignia" items
such as T-shirts and other
memorabilia sold by the Union Store
currently located on the first floor of the
Negotiators for the bookstore said the
profit made from sales of these items
would be enough to keep the U-Cellar
operation solvent even with the ad-
ditional expenses, under the proposed
The Cellar has been operating on a
month-to-month lease with the Univer-
sity since the expiration of its original
lease several years ago. Negotiations
fr ra new agreement began last sum-
In 1979, Britain increased its cham-
pagne intake by 12.4 percent, beating
the Italians as the top per-capita cham-
pagne consumers. The British had been
the leaders for two cernturies before the
Italians oyer took them in 1974.
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