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SAIGON (gP-Monks and nun
of a militant Buddhist minorit
planned a protest march throug
Saigon to the Independence Palac
today to demand that Chief o
State Nguyen Van Thieu rescin
the Buddhist charter they oppose
The promoters distributed or
ders that only monks and nun
were to march and that the dem
onstration was to be peaceful.
Police indicated they would no
try to stop the marchers so lon
as they stay in line.
Official Buddhist Church
The Buddhist chartertwas signet
by Thieu last July. It makes
moderate Buddhist sect-a rive
of the militants-the official Bud
dhist Church of South Vietnan
The militants, led by Thich Ti
Quang, have declared they wi
fight to the finish to get Thie
to rescind the charter.
Although they consider th
charter their main grievanc
against the government of Thie
and Ky-who were elected presi
dent and vice president in th
Sept. 3 election-they have als
joined others who charge tha
the election was rigged.
Anti-American Slogans
About 500 college students m
at their Student Union headquar
ters last night, shouting anti
American and anti-election slo
gans.
"Down with the American im
perialists," they yelled repeatedl
"Down with the rigged election
Yankee go home."
In addition to the Buddhis
march in Saigon, instructions wen
to monks and nuns in provinc
where there are some militar
Buddhists, to march on the pro
vince chiefs' headquarters and pre
sent petitions for rescinding th
charter.
The fifth newspaper to be close
during September was suspende
yesterday.
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20,000-circulation daily that re-
printed an article from another
Saigon newspaper saying the as-
sembly planned to invalidate the
election because of irregularities.
The paper that printed it first,
Thoi Dai, had been closed the day
I before.
Truong Dinh Dzu, who has been
leading a group of defeated pres-
idential candidates demanding
that the election results be in-
validated, was served with a war-
rant to appear at national policej
headquarters today for question-

ing about an allegation that he
had defamed the Vietnamese judi-
ciary.
Dzu told newsmen it was harass-
ment and "I am not going to go."
He is a 50-year-old lawyer who
finished second to Thieu in the
election.
In addition to the warrant, po-
lice served him a tax bill dating
back to 1959 for $11,270 and offi-
cial notification from the Saigon
criminal court that it sentenced
him in absentia Sept. 15 to nine
months in jail and a fine of
$27,000.

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Buddhists Plan Saigon March
To Protest President's Charter

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Bowles Denies Indian Claim
Of CIA Agents' Infiltration

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e NEW DELHI (k)-U.S. Ambas- The Singh statement was pub-
u sador Chester Bowles issued an lished widely.
i- angry retort yesterday to a claim Bowles' response called it false
ie that CIA agents have infiltrated and irresponsible.
;o industrial areas of Bihar State and "These are malicious fabrica-
at American missionaries are con- tions calculated to undermine the
verting famine-plagued farmers spirit o3 cooperatioin between de-
under duress. dicated officials of the government
et Chandra Shekhar Singh, the of India and the United States and
- state's irrigation and power min- various voluntary agencies," Bowl-
i- ister, was quoted Tuesday as say- es declared.
- ing Central Intelligence Agents '"Indeed many Americans have
infiltrated a strategically impor- been in Bihar working side by side
1- tant industrial complex in the with Indians so as to ease the
tragic effects of two years of
y. garb of missionaries and research drought."
s. scholars. He said CARE, the Peace Corps
The United News of India said and the Catholic Relief Services
st Singh claimed a number of people provide immense assistance in con-
t reported to him that scores of nection with an American emer-
es drought and flood victims had gency food program.
It been converted to Christianity on In the past 10 months the agen-
- the promise they would receive re- cies have provided one meal daily
- lief. He was quoted as saying to 4.5 million children, 1.5 million
ie children in mission schools were pregnant or nursing women and
forced to say the United States 200,000 other adults .in Bihar,
d had saved them from starvation Bowles reported.
d by providing food to them and --
employment to their guardians.
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THURS., SEPT. 28-7:30
UHS Lunchroom
Student Council for the
Exceptional Child

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USI OF T9IlS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student orga-
nizations only. Forms are available in
Rm.1011 .SAB
AFS Club holds meeting, Oct. 1, 6
p.m., Room 3A Union. If any questions
call 761-6133. Also meeting with Cliff
Baacke, Oct. 4, 7:30 p.m., 3A Union.
International Association for the Ex-
change of Students for Technical Ex-
perience will hold a meeting, Sept. 28,
3A Union, 7:30 p.m., for qualified
students interested in foreign summer
work.
Students Council for the Exception-
al Child holds meeting, Sept. 28, 7:30
p.m., UHS lunchroom. Speaker will be
Dr. Loren Barritt, "Education for Con-
formity?"
Southern Asia Club: There will be a
bag lunch on Thurs., Sept. 28, in Lane
Hall at 12 noon. Prof. Gayl Ness= will
speak on his research concerning ag-
ricultural development in Malaysia,
the Philippines, Cuba and Puerto\Rico.
Le Baratin holds meetings every
Thursday, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
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Christian Sqience College Organiza-
tion sponsors a weekly testimony meet-
ing, every Thursday, 7:30-8:30 p.m., 3545
SAB.
Guild House, luncheon, 12-1 p.m.,
Sept. 29, Guild House, 802 Monroe.
Speaker will be Prof. B. E. Garskof,
MSU, "Citizens for New Politics: Goals
and Tactics." Also Sept. 29, 6 p.m.,
Middle East dinner, Guild House, for
reservations call 662-5189.
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