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Friday, January 23, 1970 Ann Arbor, Michigan Page Three
STATE OF THE UNION MESSAGE
Nixon plans to battle pollution, crime
by The Associated Press and College Press Service
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film of 1969, but an outstanding film for all time.
You owe it to yourself to see it and re-see it!"
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THE SENATE'S two top leaders said yesterday they do not
expect the white supremist campaign statements made by Su-
preme Court nominee G. Harrold Carswell 22 years ago to affect
his chances for Senate confirmation.
During an unsuccessful campaign for the Georgia legislature in
1948 Carswell said he would always be governed by "the firm,
vigorous belief in principles of white supremacy."
Carswell, now a judge of the U.S. 5th Court of Appeals, said
Wednesday, that he "specifically and categorically" denounces and
rejects "the words themselves and the thoughts they represent."
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EIGHTEEN MILITARY MEN and civilians went before firing
squads or were sent to the gallows yesterday in Iraq.
Eleven were accused of plotting against the leftist government
and seven others were convicted as United States spies.
This brought to 40 the number of persons executed since the
government of President Ahmed Hassan el Bakr announced Wednes-
day the crushing of attempts to restore power to followers of Iraq's
old pro-west monarchy.
Bakr is a Baath Socialist. He took power in a coup in 1968. The
United States, Iran, West Germany and Israel have all been accused
by Iraq of participating in the latest plot.
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MAJOR GENERAL YAKUBU GOWON yesterday defended
Nigerian relief efforts and the conflict of his victorious troops,
against charges made by foreign observers.
Western observers had charged that because hundreds of Nigerian
army trucks stand idle, relief supplies for thousands of starving Tho
tribesmen pile up in Port Harcourt, the relief coordination center.
Observers also have reported that the Nigerian troops were "out
of control," many of them selling or discarding their weapons and
looting the countryside. White Red Cross Nurses had reportedly been
raped by deserters from the Third Marine Commando division, soon
to be replaced by another unit described as "a bit cooler".
THE BLACK PANTHERparty announced a program Thurs-
day to harass and drive dope pushers out of a black section' of
Queens, even if it means taking on the Mafia.
"We're going to stop them on the streets, take their pictures and
put them on wanted posters," said Carlton Yearwood, a Panther
defense captain in Queens.
"We don't care if they like it or not. We're going to their homes,
the parties they go to, and the places in which they hang out.
They'll have no place to hide."
Panther officials told a news conference their program is the
outgrowth of two recent deaths from overdoses of dope-that of a
12-year-old Harlem boy and a 15-year-old in Queens.
Pres. Nixon addresses Congress
two day peace retreal
The House Democratic leader,
Rep. Carl Albert of Oklahoma,
said the message lacked "imagi-
native recommendations to deal
with inflation, tight money, the
chaotic housing industry and our
But Rep. John W. Byrnes of
Wisconsin, s e n or Republican
member of the Ways and Means
O Committee, said Nixon made his
point clear that what the econ-
omy needs is a government living
within its means.
Judging from the applause,
* Congress liked best t h e thanks
Nixon g a v e the lawmakers for
what he termed bipartisan sup-
Sport of efforts for a just peace.
"By this action," Nixon said,
S"you have completely demolished
the enemy's hope that .they can
WASHINGTON (A' - President Nixon told the country
yesterday a generation without war should be its great goal-
and "the prospects for peace are far greater today than they
were a year ago."
He gave second place, in his nationally broadcast state
of the Union address, to "clean air, clean water, open spaces,"
promising "the most comprehensive and costly program in
this field ever in the nation's history."
His proposals will include, he said, "a $10-billion nation-
wide clean-waters program."
And, while he re-emphasized his determination to pare
spending and achieve an in-0
flation - fighting surplus, he 1
exempted outlays for t h e e Inree
fight against crime.Cb r
Nixon promised "1971 federal""
spending for aiding local law en-I tFI111I(
forcement will double that bud-
geted for 1970."'4 u r'Ii-"w i~i ci[
CLEVELAND, Ohio (P) - Unit-
ed Mine Workers union insurgent
Joseph Yablonski was killed as he
was about to testify before a fed-
eral grand jury probing UMW ac-
tivities, officials disclosed yester-
day as murder charges were filed
against three men.
The murder charges were filed
in Washington County, Pa., where
Yablonski, his wife, and a daugh-
ter were found shot to death Jan.
The three men, charged on
three separate counts of first-de-
gree murder, w e r e arrested in
Cleveland, Ohio, by the FBI Wed-
The charges read before a U.S.
commissioner in Cleveland s a i d
Yablonski was about to testify be-
fore a federal grand jury conven-
ed in Washington, D.C. Sources
in Washington said Yablonski,
who made an unsuccessful bid to
unseat UMW President W. A.
"Tony" Boyle in a bitter union
election, would have been a key
witness at two federal grand jury
:probes - one in Washington and
one in Pittsburgh - into UMW
THE UNIVRSITY ~
OF MICHIGAN _ _
JANUARY 268- 31
U.S. Proeessiemal Premiere!
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By CHRIS UHL Go' Oman hopes the participants win in Wash
of tlle retreat, if it is successful, fighting me
Over 60 University studentswilergwthsmingti-
will discuss peace as a way of life will emerge ith som insight In- "The roac
at a retreat this weekend sponsor- to the possibility of living a non- and dangerc
ed by Hillel House and the Cen- violent life. believe ourr
ter for Conflict Resolution. "Hopefully, they will commit tributed to
The main event of the retreat themselves to 'non-brutalization,' America m
at Tamarack Camp in Ortonville,r posivelspng tchance since
Michigan, will be a panel discus-or positively speaking, to peace" joy a gener
sion on peace and the interna- Goldman says. peace."
Panelists will include Elizabeth' INFORMAL L UNCHEON:
Converse, editor of the "Journal
of Conflict Resolution," Robert
Hefner, director of the Center for
Conflict Resolution, Dee Wernett, S m
a center research assistant, and
Joseph Ben-yak, research sociol-
ogist at the center. By LARRY LEMPERT communica
In addition to the panel discus- The topic "Campus-Police Re- groups an
sion and workshops, a morning Tt oct"CampoliceRe fecting the
will be devoted to game simula- lations" brought the police, the ity. About;
tion. Students will assume views city, the University, and the stu- Present :
different from their personal po- dent body together in the Mich- Krasny an
litical or social beliefs. igan Union Mug yesterday af- of the An
"Ideally, the by-product of this ternoon. partment, S
session should be a greater sensi- The informal luncheon, organ- ey Elliot F
tivity of the, conflicting roles that ized by the Office of Student '
others play," says Rabbi Gerald Organizations, was p a r t of a Owings of
Goldman of Hillel House. . continuing effort to increase County Si
1966 Royal Shakespeare Company
e Success in London
ington the victory 'our
n deny it in Vietnam."
d to peace is difficult
ous," he said, but "I
new policies have con-
. the prospect that
ay have t h e best
e World War II to en-
ation of uninterrupted
ce meet at Mug
Prize-Winning Play of the
American University Theatre
"Unique-marvelous sense of
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tion among different
important issues af-
35 people attended.
were Chief W a l t e r
d Lt. Keneth Klinge
n Arbor Police De-
Sheriff Douglas Harv-
'redland, and Harold
if the Washtenaw
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The tragedy of the loss of
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accompanying old age.
"Ho Ho Ho"
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MICHIGAN UNION COFFEE HOUSE
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Mayor Robert Harris, and Rol-
land Gainsley of the Univer-
sity Security Department.
Though the meeting was pub-
lic, only Central Student Judi-
ciary, University Actvities Cen-
ter, Panhel, and Student Gov-
ernment Council sent repre-
Discussion focused on the need
for greater understanding in
-0 the community. .Krasny ex-
plained the relation of law en-
forcement problems to students.
"A student," he said, "is no
different than any other citi-
zen." "Enforcement is a many-
sided question: it is an emotion-
al, a legal, and a manpower sit-
Krasny and Harvey explained
that measures were being tak-
en by their departments to in-
crease understanding between
police and students. They cited
the luncheon itself as an exam-
Krasny noted, "We have over
30 college graduates on the
force; the average age in the
department is 28." The young-
er college-educated officers, he
feels, recognize problems with-
in the University community
and easily adjust to them.
Paul Siano of the OSO was
disappointed in the student
turnout at the meeting.
"It was an opportunity to
speak their piece. Instead, we
were all talking together a n d
there were no really divergent
views", he said.
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TO ACCEPT THE TRUTH"
THESE WORDS WERE DIRECTED AT ONE OF THE MOST
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CONVENTION, MAYOR RICHARD J. DALEY. THE MAN WHO
UTTERED THESE WORDS:
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