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THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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4 Peking Says .
Army Revolt
In Progress ,
Radio Affirms Rising
In Wuhan Province. F
Broadcasts Ultinatum
HONG KONG (R) - A military
revolt against Mao Tse-tung in
the big central Chinese industrial
complex of Wuhan was confirmed , k
yesterday by Radio Peking. It
broadcast an ultimatum for the
rebels to surrender or be wiped
out by the army.
Serious trouble for the party
chairman also was reported in the
south China province of Kwang- J
tung next door to Hong Kong. 4
Chinese arrivals from Canton,
Kwangtung's capital, said railway 4
workers had fought for three days x
with Mao's Red Guards and about
100 Chinese were killed. DE GAULLE FLIES OUT from I
Serious Concern PE GAUise LES Pearon'
But the most serious concern Prime Minister Lester Pearsn's
for Mao obviously was Wuhan, a successiosts.
complex of the three adjacent
Yangtze River cities of Hankow, ' P1
Wuchang and Hanyang. In con-
trol there is a rebellious general,
Chen Tsai tao, and some sources
4 report he has 80,000 good troops
as his command.
Addressing a warning to Chen,
Radio Peking said "counter revo-
lutionary forces must surrender MONTREAL () - Matching a
or be destroyed by the Peopie's snub for a rebuke, Gen. Charles
Liberation Army." De Gaulle flew home yesterday,
It added: "You have been com- cutting short by one day a visit
pletely isolated and your schemes designed to honor Canada on its
are doomed to failure." 100th birthday.
First Confirmation He left Canadian officials to
There have been recurring re- stew among themselves in the
ports that backers of President diplomatic crisis he set off by
Liu Shao Chi, Mao's main enemy, voicing fighting words in Quebec
were in revolt in Wuhan, but this Province. None of the Canadian
was the first official confirma- Cabinet came to the airport to
tion of its dimensions. see his DC8 take off.
The ultimatum was seconded The French President in effect
by Liberation Army Daily, the or- delivered a snub to Prime Minister
gan of Mao's heir apparent, De- Lester B. Pearson, who had
fense Minister Lin Piao. The. mounted a wave of protest against
newspaper said the " army will De Gaulle's remarks by issuing a
"resolutely support" the struggle statement holding De Gaulle's
of Maoists in Wuhan. views were "unacceptable."
Liberation Army Daily insisted This referred to various De
the cultural revolution - Mao's Gaulle exclamations in Quebec
name for the purge-was making Province, where he said "French
headway in Wuhan and said the Canada is a country which wants
uprising was "the final agony of to be its own master" and voiced
the handful of evil leaders within a separatist war cry: "Long Live
the party and the military." Free Quebec!"
Serious Trouble "The word 'unacceptable' itself
First intimation of serious trou- is unacceptable," said a spokes-
ble in Wuhan came when Mao man for the French Foreign Of-
sent Deputy Premier Hsieh Fu fice who accompanied De Gaulle.'
chih, who also is minister of se- He meant that in diplomatic lan-'
curity, and Wang Li, director of guage this adjective was almost
the party's propaganda depart- as far as any nation could go.
ment, to Wuhan to try to put Pearson's statement was issued
down the dissidents. They return- Tuesday night after hours of care-
ed empty handed to Peking Satur- ful study by members of the
day. Canadian Cabinet.
Japanese press reports from It sought to soften the rebuke
Peking at the. time said they were by citing the long history
seized by Chen's troops and we're of French-Canadian friendship.
released only at the intervention Pearson then expressed the hope
of Premier Chou En lai, who de- that his talks with the general in
spite his siding with Mao still Ottawa yesterday and today
may have some influence with could advance this amity.
Chen After the French Embassy had
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Montreal airport yesterday, cutting short his visit to Canada following
rebuke to the French President's remarks in support of Quebec
Ends Canada Visit,
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notified the government of De libre!" statement that principally
Gaulle's decision, the Canadian brought. down the Canadian gov-
Cabinet met again-for 3%/ hours. ement's wrath.
Pearson then issued a new state-
ment saying: ; Quebec nationalists--those who
"Gen. De Gaulle's decision to favor sperating Quebec from Can-
cut short his visit is understand- ada - are a comparatively small
able under the circumstances, but minority, so far as all reliable
those circumstances, which are measurements go.
not of the government's making,:
are greatly to be regretted."
The whole episode was spillingN
over into Canadian politics and o idNr
was likely to have an influence
as well in 'France, where several
newspapers have criticized De TOKYO-The Yomiuri Shim-
Gaulle's expressions in Quebec. bun, a major Tokyo newspaper,
But De Gaulle himself has a term said today Soviet Premier Alexei
running until 1972. N. Kosygin had said his country
John G. Diefenbaker, chief of was ready to bring peace to Viet-
the leading opposition Conserva- nam even at the risk of breaking
tive party here, was getting in ties with Red China.
licks already at the government's The paper said in a dispatch
handling of the situation. Canada from Warsaw that Kosygin had
is likely to have an election next made this known to Japanese For-
year. eign Minister Takeo Miki when
The trip that was supposed to they met in Moscow last Satur-
honor Canada on its centennial day.
as a nation-result of conflict be- Kosygin, however, conditioned
tween French and English speak- the Kremlin's planned move to
ing citizens-wound up as strictly peace efforts on the side of the
a tour of largely French speaking United States, the paper said. The
Quebec Province, premier indicated the conditions
De Gaulle landed at Quebec included an unconditional and in-
City Sunday, steaming in on a definite halt to the U.S. bombing
French cruiser. He then drove to of North Vietnam.
Montreal, the province's largest#
city, with acclaim along the way, WASHINGTON - A State De-
and visited Expo 67. partment spokesman said yester-E
Cheered at the Montreal Ci ty day "consideration will be given"
Hall, he made the "Vive le Quebec to revoking'Stokely Carmichael's
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SNCC Head
Bound Over
To Maryland
Seized in Courthouse
After Defying Arrest
On Federal Property
WASHINGTON ()-Alexandria,
Va., police dragged H. Rap Brown
from the steps of the federal
courthouse yesterday, arrested
him, and said they will hold him
for Maryland authorities who have
charged him with incitement to
riot and to arson.
The 23-year-old director of the
Student Nonviolent Coordinating
Committee (SNCC) was pulled
from the steps of the courthouse
in the midst of a harangue to
newsmen in which Brown pro-
claimed that local officials could
not arrest him on federal proper-
ty.
Surrounded by nearly a score of
followers, he had taken a stand in
the federal building and threat-
ened "to make war right here just
like in Detroit" if efforts were
made to arrest him.
Alexandria Police Captain Les
Saunders said Brown would be
booked and held for Maryland
authorities, although a fairly com-
plicated legal procedure of extra-
dition presumably would have to
take place before Brown could be
removed to Maryland.'
The FBI arrested Brown yester-
day morning on a federal warrant
charging unlawful flight to avoid
prosecution on the Maryland
charges of in citing to riot and
encouraging the burning of a
school in Cambridge, Md.
vRoundup
passport for his reported trip to
Cuba in violation of the depart-
ment's travel ban.
Press officer Robert J. Mc-
Closkey said Carmichael did not
apply for the special travel per-
mission required by the State De-
partment for travel to Cuba and
"it would appear" that the black
power advocate flew to Havana
from Prague.
Carmichael's passport "is sub-
ject to revocation as has been the
case with any and all who have
traveled to areas which have been
proscribed," McCloskey said.
The- Cuban news agency, Pren-
sa Latina, quoted Carmichael as
saying Negroes in American ci-
ties would wage a guerrilla "fight
to the death."
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ASKED CRISIS AID:
Pontiff Returns From Turkey;
Visited Shrines in Asia Minor

SAIGON (Pi - B52 squadrons
churned up nearly four square
miles of North Vietnamese terri-
tory just above the demilitarized
zone with tons of bombs yesterday
in an effort to knock out the guns
and wreck the bunkers of Hanoi's
341st Division.
The high flying, eight jet Stra-
tofortresses struck in waves two
hours apart at enemy positions
ranging from seven to nine miles
north of Con Thien, one of the
U.S. Marine outposts below the
zone that has been hit hard and
often by Communist barrages.
The 341st is among three North
Vietnamese divisions that intelli-
gence officers consider are poised
for an attempt to invade the bor-
der province of Quant Tri with the
help of local Viet Cong and in-
filtrated northern regulars.
A few hours after the B52 raids,
Communist gunners elsewhere laid
harassing fire on the U.S. Marine
base at Dong Ha, 10 miles south-
east of Con Thien.
AP corespondent John Lengel
reported from the field that about
half a dozen shells were lobbed at

Dong Ha, the biggest of four out-
posts delineating a sector that the
Marines call "Leatherneck Square."
There was no immediate word
about casualties or damage there.
Nor was there specific informa-
tion about what the Stratofort-
resses' saturation bombing had ac-
complished. The U.S. Command
declined to disclose how many
took part.
, The Stratofortresses have struck
only a few times in the Communist
north since their first raid on the
Mu Gia pass, an outlet to the Ho
Chi Minh trail through, eastern
Laos, in April, 1966,
They have staged more than 40
raids within the zone, though
there wasta long interval this year
when they avoided the entire bor-
der "region because of the threat
of Soviet made surface to air SAM
missiles the North Vietnamese
trucked in.
U.S. fighter bombers and artil-
lery have worked over the SAM
sites, however, and ,it evidentially
was felt the danger of missiles had
been eliminated, at least for the
time being in the area of the 341st
Division.

ROME 03)-Pope Paul VT re- from Istanbul to Izmir and cov-I
turned last night from Turkey ered the final 60 miles to Ephesus
where he issued a new call for, by limousine with four motor-
Christian unity. Before leaving he cycle escorts, over snaking m:un-
made a pilgrimage in the hot sun tain roads.
to Ephesus where his namesake, It was the fulfillment of a
St. Paul, once preached to pagans. dream for the Pope. He wanted
The Roman Catholic pontiff to visit ancient Ephesus, now an
returned in the Pan-American unpopulated clump of ruins near
World Airways jet "Clipper St. the Turkish town of Selcuk, to!
Paul" that landed him at Istan- see the site of the Third Ecunen-
bul Tuesday for talks to promote ical Council in 431. That councilC
Christian unity and to solicit the proclaimed that Mary was the
help of Turkish officials in set- mother of God.
tling the Middle East crisis, The trip to Ephesus, on a hill-!
His presence and prayers at the side baked in 100 degrees heat,
so-called House of Mary under- was a high point of his pilgrim-
scored his support for devotion to age. He was visibly moved by
Christ's mother. emotion as he walked through the
Pope Paul flew the 600 miles ruins.
13-Strike--. Vietnam
Positions at Buffer Zone

Before 2.000 persons at t
council site, the modern day Pa
quoted from St. Paul's letter
the Ephesians--Eph. 4, 5, 6--
the unity of all Christians in o
Lord, faith and baptism.
At the place where traditi
says the apostle St. John v.as p
to death by Roman Emperor Tr
jan, he prayed that all of Chr:
tianity would one day again
united.
In a message to all noni-Cath
lic Christians, the pontiff point
out that he had exchanged t
kiss of peace in Istanbul wi
Patriarch Athenagoras, spiritu
leader of 150 million Orthodoxi
'To you also, dear brothers
Christ, we desire to express o
esteem and our fraternal lovi
the Pope said.
"With full respect for ye
customs and legitimate tradition
we would wish on our part to d
clare our will to make the di
logue of truth in love go forward
The Pope said he wanted t1-
message to go to the Archbish
of Canterbury and leader of t
world Anglican Communion, 3
Michael Ramsey, and to the pa
tors of all other Christi
churches.
A Turkish airliner carried t
Pope on his pilgrimage to t
shrines yesterday. Turkish Pres
dent Cevdet Sunay, Premier S
leyman Demirel and a 21-gun s
lute saw the pontiff off at ;
tanbul.
Athenagoras headed the relii
ous leaders who came to see t
Pope depart.
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THURSDAY, JULY 27
Day Calendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar-"The Use and Validation of Per-
sonnel Tests": Michigan Union, 8:30
a.m. to 5 p.m.

Preview - "No Reason to Stay" and
"Journals of Lewis and Clark": Multi-
purpose Room, Undergraduate Library,
1:30 p.m.
International Center Tea-603 East
Madison, 4:30 p.m.
Linguistic Institute Forum Lecture -
Prof. William G. Moulton, Princeton
University, "Phonemic Systems in Time
and Space": Rackham Lecture Hall,
7:30 p.m.
Dept. of Speech University Players
Production-William Wycherly's "The
Country Wife": Lydia, Mendelssohn The-
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Nineteenth Annual National Band
Conductors' Conference-The Universi-
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-William D. Revelli, conductor, Harold'
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