The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, July 10, 1979, Image 5

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THE BATTALION TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1979 Page 5 ill be given; ( ; would lik ;ho uldfffi 0: : na me, date the state overnors call on nations to elp with refugee problem United Press International m - w iUbet; LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Saying T ; 30 p nmjje United States cannot solve this Milem alone, a committee of the Bonal Governors Association Hd upon other nations Monday Help the “boat people” of south- ion for iUB^ sia ' L°t5Q call upon all countries in the on world to join in a collective ef- """■to alleviate this tragic plight of ■e refugees,” the committee said resolution adopted by voice The full association, which is ling its annual meeting in Louis- will be asked to endorse the :y Tuesday. lj) C o me( uM exas G ov - William P. Clements ing Ad’ llcomplained during the session t the problem of illegal aliens „ Mexico, saying Texas had at Peter Sell" Toughest f ding. least three million illegal aliens and California had three million to 10 million. “We’re talking about an enor mous problem,” Clements said. “We now have a problem with multi-millions of illegal aliens in the United States from Mexico.” Clements at first asked his fellow governors to expand Ray’s draft re port on refugees to address the il legal alien issue but relented when told by Ray of an existing NGA pol icy calling for federal action on il legal aliens. Iowa Gov. Robert Ray, whose state has been active in helping re settle Vietnam refugees, also called upon nations in southeast Asia to provide temporary shelter to such refugees until they can be resettled elsewhere. “Iowa,” Ray said,“has accepted 3,000 southeast Asian refugees and plans to provide settlement help to 1,500 others.” Michigan Gov. William Milliken said Iowa’s leadership role has been “so inspirational” and represented a “very humanitarian cause.” The policy endorsed by the gov ernors praised President Carter for increasing the number of refugees that will be offered asylum in the United States during the next two years. The governors also asked the Congress to delete a proposed two- year deadline for federal reim bursement to states of the cost of helping resettle southeast Asian ref ugees. nted to ] i in the Cm alias rate hearings open \LU ESTES ■ United Press International AUSTIN — The Public Utility omission opened hearings day on Dallas Power & Light [s proposal to raise electricity $57 million — 14.7 percent in- e — for residents in Dallas, hland Park, University Park, ikrell Hill and nearby unincorpo- d areas. llthough the PUC has authority et rates only for about 400 of L s 275,000 customers, the ■ ii)gs are expected to last several JEW IENT! IT.T. student fettles suit j out of court ■ United Press International ^USTIN — A $1.1 million civil filed against three fraternity [mbers by a University of Texas hman who contended he was ten, humiliated and sexually ed by the three has been set- Out of court. ut the three Alpha Tau Omega [mbers named in the suit — Ron Wilson, James Patrick Hinson Robert Taylor Herrin — are [eduled to go on trial Monday on inal charges of aggravated as- days and could affect possible ap peals by the company from city council decisions on rate increases for local residents. Dallas municipal authorities con ducted hearings on the proposed rate increases last month, but have yet to act on any raises. The PUC staff Monday chal lenged DP&L plans for converting from natural gas to nuclear power and lignite to fuel generators — conversion the company cites as part of the reason a multimillion dol lar rate increase is needed. Chuck Wood, an attorney on the PUC staff, questioned the justifica tion for DP&L plans to develop more nuclear power at a cost of $740 per kilowatt hour when lignite generating operations produce power for $275 per kilowatt hour. Wood also questioned DP&L plans for continued use of natural gas as a fuel for some generators. Max H. Tanner Jr, DP&L’s vice president, said the utility company had expected to convert from natural gas to fuel oil but now doubts fuel oil will be available for electricity generating because of President Carter’s decision to limit imports of foreign oil. The DP&L vice president said the costs of converting to alternative fuel sources and spiraling inflation are the reason the utility needs a rate increase. Wood questioned whether the utility company will have more down time with lignite powered plants than in natural gas powered generation of electricity and won an acknowledgement from Tanner that there are more forced outtages with •coal than natural gas. The PUC staff attorney also ques tioned DP&L officials about plans for more of the controversial trans actions with affiliated utilities in volving ownership of generating facilities and fuel supplies. [ id D NC ervlcefi fhe victim of the attack, Mike lelichofNew Braunfels, said part he settlement was that its terms be revealed. foelich contended in the suit he dragged from the sidewalk into ! fraternity house, then was uri- :ed on, stripped, kicked and be- n, and resisted demands that he gage in unnatural sex acts. ISRAEL LOW COST FLIGHTS EUROPE-ALL CITIES (212) 689-8980 Outside N.Y. State TOLL FREE 'The Center for Student Travel' 1140 BROADWAY. NYC. N Y 1-800-223-7676 >4 ♦ Serving Luncheon Buffet Sunday through Friday V 1:00 A M. to 1:30 P.M. $3.50 Top Floor ofToweir Dining Room Sandwich & Soup IMon. thru Fri. $1.75 plus drink extra Open to the Public ITV Now Better Than Ever. You Will Be Pleased With These Carefully Prepared and Taste Tempting Foods. 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