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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, February 7, 1969

'ENSIONS MOUNT:
UAC fears polItical conflict

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Laird orders freeze
on Sentinel system

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at World Fair openini today

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missile batteries is being stopped.

it would add to the nation's "over- In addition to Chicago, Detroit
all defensive capability."f and Seattle, Army surveyors have
By TOBE LEV John Hartom, chairman for the This year UAC has organized Some congressional critics have en lookin possble entine
The University World Fair, isfair, said that three of four coun- a five-man grievance committee voiced concern that the $5.5-bil- sites near Albany Ga.; Dallas
scheduled to open tonight, and s were especially anxious that composed of two foreign students, lion program will be expanded in- Grand Forks Air Force Base. N.D.;
officials of the University Activ- political material be used. He de- two UAC officials, and Hank Mel- to a defense system costing $40 New York City: Cahu, Hawaiil
Ities Center remain apprehensive dined to comment on which len, assistant director of the In- billion or more. Salt Lake City; Washington, D.C.:
over the possibility of an incident groups these were. ternational Center. Only one site-near Boston-has San Francisco and Los Angeles:
between Arab and Israeli students. Will Smith, assistant to the vice According to Michael Vasko, officially been approved as a base Sedalia, Mo.; Cheyenne, Wyo.;
Officials fear a conflict caused president for student affairs, and chairman for international affairs for some radars and interceptor and Great Falls. Mont.
by the use of political material Samuel Raz, president of the Is- at UAC" "sadistic" material will missile launch pads guarding the Laird directed the Army to con-
in the displays of the various for- rei , studen fnd tat god n dt. eastern seaboard. Work on this tinue "without interruption" on
eign student groups. All the stu- Nigerian, Biafran and Arab groups The five-man committee will site was ordered halted yesterday. antimissile defense research.
dent groups, with the exception wr obe arbitrate if the material is con- It was in very early stages, con- A Pentagon spokesman said the
of Israel, voted to inchide polit- r four. sidered "offensive,' and will urge sisting of construction of access work halt does not affect Western
ical materials in their booths as this year should be different from removal if it feels that the ma- road, test-drilling and grading. Electric Co., prime contractor for
a legitimate form of national cul- this yreshous be dfen frm terial is deliberately provocative. In a number of other places the Sentinel system, which holds
ture. ture w uas banned. He crltited Haziz Essa, president of the around the country the business contracts for more than $475 mil-
uAC for not being more forceful Arab student organization, said of buying up the necessary 150- lion to produce hardware for the
in forbidding the use of political that he believed every group had 200-acre land sections for anti- system.
a material.;the right to put up what it pleas-
In evLious years, UAC express- ed without censorship. He said " :.::.:.::..:......................,.;.:..,.....1........:.:.:::f::"}:::::}}:<":r
ly asked the student groups to de- the Arab students "would not
I lete any political materialwh interfere with what the Israelis
to ove "could possibly be offensive oot do, and hopes the Israelis will do
t1 vler student nationalities. If of-I the same." ... . . . . . . . ..* .......,.....,*.*..*....... . .
fensive material was still used, it Essamadded that no conscious
"!was removed by UAC officials. effort has been made to delete (Continued from Page 7) Atlantic Research Corp.
year, there bickering potentially offensive material from year &2'~ programs, financial aid, and Campbell Soup Co. - 1p.m.
" T Lastyerthe wasbikrn stipends for intern teaching. Dana Corp.
. . 1 between Arabs and Israelis over the Arab display. Ingalls shipbuilding Div. Litton
E a map used in the Arab booth. The Samuel Raz said that some SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE Industries
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Atty. Jim Garrison told a court- in red. Some Israelis were greatly their booth, but that the majority FEBRUARY 7, 1969: MIT Lincoln Lab.
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"The evidence will show," Gar-"
rison told a jury, "that the final
shot which struck him came from
in front of him, knocking him
backwards in the car."
Garrison asked the jury to con-
vict Clay L. Shaw of conspiring
to assassinate. Kennedy in 1963.
Over repeated defense objec-
tions, Garrison -- interrupted in!
midspeech--won the right to, in;
effect, put the Warren Commis-;
sion report on trial alongside the
55-year-old Shaw, prominent re-,
tired New Orleans businessman.
The commission, headed by
Chief Justice Earl Warren, con-
cluded that Kennedy's lone as-
sassin was Lee Harvey Oswald.-
The commission said 'it found no
credible evidence of a conspiracy.
Garrison told the 12 jurors that
the prosecution would prove Shaw
conspired with Oswald and David
W. Ferrie, a former airline pilot,
to assassinate Kennedy.
Garrison said new witnesses will3
link Shaw, Oswald and Ferrie as
a trio in a black Cadillac in a
small Louisiana town about two
months before the assassination.
Shaw has denied knowing Ferrie
or Oswald.
"We will later offer evidence
concerning the assassination in"
Dealey Plaza in Dallas because
it confirms," Garrison said, "the
existence of a conspiracy and the
significance and relevance of the
planning which occurred in New
Orleans.

discuss voter reistration

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mail campaign materials, and do
research.
The major campaign issues, ac-
cording to Harris, are public tran-
sportation, housing, Model Cities
and the future of city government.
He blasted the present Republican
city administration for its "lack
of initiative" and charged that it
was "in bed with the real estate
interests."
Harris promised, if elected, to
work for an effectively decentral-
ized Model Cities program, which
he declared, was in danger under
the present administration.
Although he foresaw that "the
struggle with the real estate in-
terests could be monumental,"
Harris promised to work for a
great increase in public housing
in Ann Arbor. He cited the hous-
ing shortage in the city, and
pointed out that in the last three
years the Housing Commission has
leased only 90 units and has still
not completed arrangements to
build its own, units. He also urged
the University' to build more state-
subsidized housing, not only for
students, but for low-income uni-
versity employes.
"This town is still small enough
so that there can be real com-
munication between government

and the people," said Harris. "And
we're affluent enough to solve our,
problems with some leadership-
our resources are larger than our
problems."
If elected, Harris will be Ann
Arbor's first Democratic mayor+
since 1957, and if he can carry'
one more Democratic councilman
into office with him, Democrats
would control the city administra-
tion for the first time in thirtyk
years.

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