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Reagan shuts down U.S.
offices of Soviet airlines

The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1983 - Page 5
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From AP and UPI
In retaliation for the Soviet downing of a South Korean
airliner, President Reagan yesterday closed the U.S. offices
of Aeroflot and won a Civil Aeronautics Board order
severing all business ties between American air carriers and
the Soviet airline.
The jumbo jet was shot down by a Soviet fighter plane last
week killing all 269 passengers, including 61 Americans.
The board strongly urged American travel agencies to
voluntarily observe the "letter and spirit" of that action and
"deny further commercial benefits to Aeroflot." That meant
it was asking agents to go a step further and quit booking
Aeroflot business on any airline - foreign as well as
American.
AEROFLOT HAS been banned from landing in the United
States since December, 1981, when martial law was declared
in Poland. Its U.S. offices served only to book connections out
of Montreal and other foreign cities. The Canadian gover-
nment ordered the Montreal flights suspended for 60 days in
the wake of the jetliner downing.
But the president also asked the Civil Aeronautics Board to
order all American air carrriers to cancel their business ties
with the Soviet airline - meaning they could no longer book
connecting flights.

Secretary of State George Shultz yesterday accused Soviet
Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko of giving a
"preposterous" explanation for the downing of the airliner
after a two-hour meeting in Madrid.
Shultz, visibly angry, almost shouted as he told reporters
"Gromyko's response was even worse" than his speech to the
European Security conference Wednesday. In that speech,
Gromyko repeated Soviet charges the civilian jetliner was on
a spying mission for the United States.
"THE PREPOSTEROUS explanation the Soviets have of-
fered and continue to offer to a disbelieving world has only
compounded the problem," Shultz said.
In Tokyo, the Soviet ambassador said his government
found debris from the downed South Korean airliner in inter-
national waters, and will turn the recovered materials and
documents over to Japan, Foreign Ministry officials said.
Vladimir Pavlov, in a meeting with Yoshiya Kato, head of
the ministry's European and Oceanic Affairs Bureau, also
said the Soviet Union will report on its search operations off
the tiny Soviet island of Moneron, near Sakhalin, in accor-
dance with "international practices," the officials said.
It appeared that the reason the plane's debris was to be
turned over to Japan is the absence of diplomatic relations
between South Korea and the Soviet Union. Seoul has repor-
tedly asked Tokyo to represent its interests in the affair.

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Students
resist
draft law
By BARBARA MISLE
Three University students - one of
them female - have refused to sign
forms certifying their draft registration
status and could each lose as much as
$6,500 in federal financial aid, financial
aid officials said yesterday.
As of Tuesday, only one student had
refused to comply with a law which
denies federal aid to students who
refuse to disclose whether they have
registered for the draft, but since then
two more have refused and financial
aid officials say they expect more.
Although the University would not
release the names of the students
Financial Aid Director Harvey
Grotrian said they were un-
dergraduates who all qualified for
federal grants. Grotrian also would not
say how much each student was expec-
ted to receive, but the aid could have
amounted to $6,500.
Grotrian stressed that state and
University grants are unaffected by the
law and that he would not submit the
students names to the government.
It is unclear whether the male
students are actually not registered or
just refusing to sign the forms on
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