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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3,196'7

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3,1967 TIlE MICHiGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

S. Viet
'Accepts
Rules Fraud
Irrelevant
To Outome
SAIGON (A)-The Constituent =
Assembly of South Vietnam ac-
cepted yesterday the legality of
the Sept. 3 presidential election
and confirmed the victory of Lt..
Gen. Nguyen Van Thieu, who will
begin his four-year term next
month. {: ;:><}.
The provisional National As-
sembly found that there were
wide-spread irregularities in the
presidential election, but not
enough to affect the result.-
The final vote, with 106 of the
assembly's 117 members present,
was 58 for validation and 43
against. One vote was blank and
four were invalidated.
Initial Recommendation
The special election committee
of the assembly had recommended
Saturday that the assembly reject
Thieu's victory. It had used 11T
criteria to judge returns as in- CLI
valid and on that basis had decided Three men vy
that the elections were unfair.
But during the day's debate the Celeste, left,
assembly rejected five of the crit- Carl B. Stokes
eria. When the six other criteria The winner fa
were applied to the election re- -S
sults, Thieu came out with an even M ARSH
larger winning margin than, be- IA
fore.
The criteria whittled Thieu's
total of 1.65 million votes down
to 1.2 million. But presidential
runner-up Truong Dinh Dzu's vote
dropped from 817,000 to 228,000,
giving Thieu an even larger mar-
g of victory. Surprise
The final vote in the assembly WASHINGTO
on Thieu's election appeared to liberal Supreme
be a foregone conclusion. to work officiall3
The exact totals that Thieu and historic note: th
Dzu were left with were 1,216,390 first Negro to it
for Thieu and 228,309. And it is Th
Dzu had led five other civilian advocate of civil
opponents of Thieu in bringing a quarter-centur
charges before the assembly of ed to provide a n
vote fraud on the part of the mil- alism as the "Wi
itary regime. Saigon students and tinues its activist
militant Buddhists joined in the the Constitution
,opposition protest, resulting in The court al
street demonstrations during the to hear 68 case
three days the assembly deliber- those on the co
ated on the election returns. explosive.

national Assembly

NO NEW FUNDS:
Private Industry to Aid U.S.
In Combating Unemployment

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WASHINGTON (M - President
Johnson launced a new program
yesterday to get private industry
to join with the federal govern-
ment in finding jobs and training
thousands of hard-core unem-
ployed in city slums and pockets
of rural poverty.
He proposed a national effort,
backed by $40 million in federal
funds, to help train "the forgot-
ten and the neglected-those cit-

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ing for the Democratic nomination in today's electio
former mayor of suburban Lakewood, incumbent May
s, right, Negro state representative who came close to u
ces Republican Seth Taft in November.
ALL JOINS BENCH:
reme Court To
FacboSchool Seg

}:} t izens handicapped by poor health, C
:;hampered by inadequate educa- a
tion, hindered by years of dis- L
crimination and bypassed by con- S
ventional training programs."
New Detroit Group Presidential assistant Joseph r
Califano said no new federal g
Brief;e. on Finidings funds would be required for the!
Of Urban Ghetto Tour project, with the initial $40 mil- p
lion coming from available funds a
DETROIT P)- Michigan Gov that had not yet been committee.
? r;.George.Romney said:yesterday Johnson proposed that indus- t(
hthat s ki of j17 s cits convincd tries put new plants in slum areas c
him that lack of jobs is the mostoipcesfruapvrtwh
or pockets of rural poverty, with p
pressing problem facing American the federal government helping i
Negroes and inadequate housing is insur them against risks and t
The governor, an undeclared
candidate for the 1968 Republican.
presidential nomination spoke to !i
newsmentafter briefing members U VN IV
of the New Detroit Committee on
his findings in urban areas.
The New Detroit Committee, un-
der department store head Joseph
-Associated Press L. Hudson Jr., is a group of prom-
tVUTTTT ~inent citizens charged by Detroit
UL Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh and
Romney with finding solutions to 53
n in Cleveland are Frank P. the problems that caused the July
yor Ralph S. Locher, center, and riots in Detroit.
upsetting Locher two years ago. Romney said that while he
thought jobs were the No. 1 need
for Negroes he considered housing
also important and cited a Uni-
versity survey of 500 whites and
500 Negroes which indicated that
housing was the most pressing TONIGHT
problem "in terms of things that
o n sid ercould cause a riot." The governor
added, however, that "in Pittsburgh
! :we found vastly improved section
' f jof the ghetto where new housing
e a t o n:had been built. "People asked me,
'Why create a heaven in thisG
of the American Bar Association are Hudson has pro-
it is considered unethical for a posed that an open housing law
lawyer to accept employment from ad areuest__r_$_.3______nin -_-_-_-_
a group to represent its individual snd a request for $5.3 million in mebesSm satshaeen peilcooadfo etot be-
members. Some states have en- put on the agenda of the Michigan II
acted laws patterned after the pugisnathe'agedalofaheMign.
canons. Legislature's special fall session.
IWhen asked whether he would I

'aking available millions of dol-
ars worth of surplus federal'
property and excess federal
quipment.
The plan also would promote
"big brother' effort by large in-
ustries to help out small busi-
nesses in locating in areas where
,here is severe unemployment.
The White House said William
. Zisch, former president of
kerojet General, of Pasadena.
alif., whose firm launched such
a project in the Watts area of
Los Angeles, will be named by
Secretary of Commerce Alexan-
der Trowbridge to be a special
epresentative to get the new pro-
gram off the ground.
Califano said that for a starter,
pilot programs in five or six cities
and two or three areas of rural
poverty will be involved. He left it
to Secretary, Trowbridge to spe-
ify the areas and to name the
private firms that have already
indicated they will go along with
he new effort.

=RSITY OF MICHIGAN
.VALUATION BOOKLET

The federal government, under
the new program, will offer:
-A full spectrum of aid to as-
sist private businesses in recruit-
ing, counseling, training and pro-
viding health and other needed
services to the disadvantaged.
-Aid to experiment with pro-
viding transportation to plants
from ghetto areas.
-A system of setting aside cer-
tais government contracts for
industry in labor surplus areas.,
-Surplus federal land, tech-
nical assistance and funds would
be made available for construc-
tion of new plants in or near
these poverty sections.
Johnson announced his experi-
ment at a time when the Senate
is moving toward a showdown on
administration efforts to kill a $2.8
billion emergency job program for
slum residents. It was- tacked on by
the Senate Labor Committee, un-
der sponsgrship of Sen. Joseph S.
Clark (D-Pa), to a bill to continue
the antipoverty program.

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F. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10
7:30 P."M.
D BALLROOM, UNION

' -) - A more
Court came back
y yesterday on an
he addition of the
s ranks.
hurgood Marshall,
, rights causes for
y, who is expect-
new surge of liber-
arren Court" con-
t interpretation of
1.
[ready has agreed
s, and several of
urt's doorstep are

Do northern cities have a con-c
stitutional duty to balance thei
races in their public schools? Will1
southern officials get a 'chance
to try to upset sweeping integra-z
tion decisions by lower courts? F
Can states require public busing1

of parochial school children? Will And yet, several unions, church-
New York taxpayers get a green es, social clubs and anti-poverty
light to challenge federal aid to groups have been using these
parochial schools? "group legal services."
Can the government send draft Motion pictue exhibitors in Dal-
card burners to jail? And can real las, Texas are attacking as un-
estate men refuse to sell home- constitutional censorship the clas-
sites to Negroes in the absence sification of movies in that city
of federal or state open housing as suitable or unsuitable for view-
l. 9 ;__ ?17 yuuIILeLo.

put these issues before the law-
makers, the governor said he had
not yet made up his mind, and
hat he would confer with leaders
f both parties in both houses be-
ore making his decision.
"As far as I'm concerned," Rom-
ney said. "I'm for effective open
housing with effective enforce-
Inent as soon as we can get it."

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World News Roundup

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By The Associated Press NEW YORK - The New York is a par
PRINCETON - Sen. Robert F. Times has decided not to publish in big ci
Kennedy (D-NY), is favored over an evening paper. Arthur Ochs Union
President Johnson as the party's Sulzberger, president and pub- professio
candidate for President in 1968 by lisher, announced yesterday. case bro'
twelve percentage points, the latest Since the World Journal Tribune Workers.
Gallup poll indicates, ceased publication May 5, Man- states ca
Many political observers agree hattan has had only a single gen- viding it
that President Johnson will be re- eral-circulation afternoon paper, or free 1
nominated at next year's party the tabloid New York Post. Under,
convention, Gallup said, but they
believe that Kennedy would make
an impressive showing in the pri-
maries if his popularity remains as
high as it is at present.
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