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TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 15, 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Arab Makes
Protest in UN
Over Israel
Says Security Council
Action May Be Asked
To Deal with Reprisal
UNITED NATIONS (m) - Jor-
dan alerted the United Nations
yesterday to what it called an
explosive situation in the Middle
East stemming from an Israeli
reprisal attack against Jordanian
border villages on Sunday.
Muhammed H. El-Farra, the
Jordanian delegate, declared the
Security Council should take de-
terrent action to deal with the
situation, but made no immedi-
ate .request for an urgent council
meeting.
A shaky' cease-fire arranged by
UN officials prevails along the
Israeli-Jordan border.* Some scat-
tered gunfire was heard on the
Israeli-Syrian frontier, but no
major incidents were reported.
Letter to Goldberg
El-Farra's warning was con-
tained in a letter to U.S. Ambas-
sador Arthur J. Goldb'erg, presi-
dent of the Security Council for
November, describing the Israeli
attack on three Jordanian villages
as "a'naked act of aggression."
"We call the attention of the
Security Council to the explosive
situation prevailing in the area,"
El-Farra said,
"Unless a deterrent action is
taken by the council forthwith,
similar acts of international band-
itry are likely to continue against
the Arab peoples which may lead
to very serious consequences."
EI-Farra added that the matter
was now before the Israeli-Jor-
dan mixed armistice commission
and "we are hereby reserving our
right to call for an urgent meet-
ing of the Security Council to
consider further action."
There was deep concern at the
United Nations over the latest bor-
der events, but they were not un-
expected in the light of inability
of the council to agree on a course
of action in previous Israeli-Arab
disputes.
Israeli Explains
Israeli Premier Levi Eshkol said
the attack constituted a warning
that Arab sabotage missions at-
tributed to the El Fatah under-
ground group must cease.
An Israeli spokesman said Sun-
day that the raid had been a re-
taliation for 13 acts of sabotage
committed on Israeli territory re-
cently from Jordanian bases, nine,
launched from the Hebron area.
El-Farra .said this accounted to
an attempt by the United States
to excuse the'Israeli actions. ,
"We find it regrettable that
instead of condemning this act of
war, or aggression, the United
States has sought to find justifi-
cation for it," the Jordanian am-
bassador said.
The Sunday action was engaged
in the Hebron area near El Samu
village three miles inside the Jor-
dan area north of the armistice
line. Both sides said the Israelis
used tanks; the Israelis claimed
to have destroyed 40 homes in El
Samu after evacuating the occu-
pants.
An air battle was fought by
jets seeking to cover for the
ground forces. Reports of casual-
ties varied, but this was the larg-
est Israeli retaliation and the first t
ever by daylight.

Conference
To Attempt

LIMITS PROTESTS:

Court Upholds Conviction

China Ouster .
Countries May Align

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Openly with USSR !
In Ideology Dispute
SOFIA, Bulgaria ()-With ob-
vious Soviet approval, Bulgaria
launched a move yesterday ap-
parently aimed at reading China
out of the world Communist move-
ment.
The Bulgarian call for a con-
ference of the world's Communist
parties to cstablish unity followed
recent Kremlin claims that "the
overwhelming majority" of parties

WASHINGTON () - The Su-
preme Court yesterday significant-
ly limited the freedom of peaceful
civil rights demonstrations on gov-
ernment property.
Upholding the trespass convic-
tion of 32 Negroes who demon-
strated outside a jail in Tallahas-
see, Fla., the court said:
"The United States Constitution'
does not forbid a state to control
the use of its own property for its,
own lawful nondiscriminatory pur-
pose."

.ANNOUNCES WEDNESDAY SURGERY
President and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson are shown above leaving St. Barnabas Episcopal Church
in Fredericksburg, Texas, Sunday following church services. The President later held a press con-
ference during which he announced that he would enter Bethesda Naval Hospital Wednesday to
undergo corrective surgery on his hernia resulting from a gall bladder operation and to have a
polyp removed from his throat.
VOYAGE ENDS TODAY:
Gemini12 Successful Despite
Fuel, Steering Jet Problems

support the Soviet Union in the The Black Decideri
Moscow-Peking dispute. u-4 decision, written by
But a number of important Justice Hugo L. Black-long a
Communist parties have in the "free speech" advocate-marked
past resisted Soviet efforts to line the first time the high court after
them up against Peking. a full review upheld the conviction
The question now is whether of civil rights demonstrators.
widespread Communist denuncia- Justice William O. Douglas, one
tion of China's refusal to coope- of the dissenters, protested from
rate in aid to North Viet Nam and the bench: "We now have set into
of the "great cultural revolution" the record a great and wonderful
could be translated into an anti- police-state doctrine."
Chinese conference. Two other decisions of high im-
Bulgaria is being used by the port also were handed down by the
Soviet Union to test prospects, in court.
the opinion of Communist affairs
analysts here. i -
The conference call was given o a a
by Todor Zhivkov, first secretary D ol ar D ra
of the Bulg'arian Communist par-
ty. 1

In one, it left standing a Mary- jail and the previous arrest of
land Court of Appeals ruling that other antisegregation demonstra-
state construction grants to tnree tors.
church-affiliated colleges were un- They claimed their arrest under
constitutional. a state trespass law violafed sev-
In the second, it refused to eral of their constitutional rights,
review an Iowa Supreme Court including the first amendment
decision giving custody of 8-year- guarantees of free speech and as-
old Mark W. Painter to his grand- sembly.
parents over his father's protests. Black, writing for the court ma-
Throws Out jority, said:
Until now, the court has con-
sistently thrown out trespass and
breach of peace convictions of civil "Such an agreement has as its
rigths demonstrators. And it has major unarticulated premise the
often declared invalid the laws on assumption that people who want
which the convictions were based. to propagandize protests or views
o But in affirming the conviction have a constitutional right to do
of Florida A&M students who re- so whenever, and however and
fused to leave the premises of the wherever they please ...
county jaid in Tallahassee in Sep- "We reject it . .."
tember 1963 the court said: Justices Tom C. Clark, and John
"The state, no less than a pri- M. Harlan, Potter Stewart and
vate owner of property, has power Byron R. White lined up with
to preserve the property under its Black.
control for the use to which it is Dissenting with Douglas were
lawfully dedicated." Chief Justice. Earl Warren and
The Negro students were pro- Justices William J. Brennan Jr.
testing segregated facilities at the and Abe Fortas.
in at Quarterly Low;

Leonid I. Brezhnev,general sec-ow erw Warms of F uture Rises
retary of the Soviet Communist
party, sat at Zhivkov's side as the

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Bulgarian chief emphasized close: WASHINGTON ()--High inter-
CAPE KENNEDY (P) - Two taking pictures and conducting ex- jet. "We're slowly running cut of ties between Bulgaria and the est rates and the repayment by
igh-spirited pilots drifted toward periments. thrusters," Lovell said. Soviet Union. France and Italy of some of theirx
)day's return to earth from their Pilot Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., lei- Both pilots tried in vain to Brezhnev was the chief guest war debts helped hold the U.S.$
ucecssful, four-day space adven- surely padding his own record for watch a pair of French rockets among Communist and pro-Com- dollar drain to a seasonally ad-d
are in a tiny spaceship plagued time spent outside, clambered to spew a trail of yellow ;odium munist delegations from more justed $217 million during the
y steering rocket troubles. his feet with the ship's hatch vapor across the sky over the than 70 countries, third quarter of 1966.y
Gemini's 12's calm, cool space- flipped open during the morning. Hammaguir, Algeria, launching, The Chinese and Albanian Com-
alker confidently braved the For nearly an hour, he stood in his base. Even though they didn't spot munist parties declined invita- Secretary of the Treasury Henry
eightless void a record third time seat, camera in hand, clicking off it visually, they aimed their cam- tions to attend the 5%1-day con- H. Fowler, in reporting this yester-t
esterday. But when the third of a series of photos including a sun- eras both times, taking pictures gress. day, called the third-quarter bal-c
maneuvering rockets failed, fuel rise in space. anyway. The Soviet. Union has met re- ance-of-payments figures encour-
ecame a precious item. "It was little difficult to get the A complex three-continent com- sistance to its calls for a meeting aging, reassuring and heartening.s
"To save fuel we're just going shots of the sunrise. They were munications system linked Gemini on China from parties that have But he said the deficit will get°
let it drift" said command pilot kind of backhanded shots around mission control with the French wanted to remain neutral in the "a little bit worse the imme-
ames A. Lovell Jr. as he told mis- behind us underneath the hatch launching base. The unique cx- Moscow-Peking dispute. diate future.
on control the third thruster had closing device," Aldrin said. "I periment, designed to search out These include the parties of Balance-of-payments conditions
one bad. "We're doing it now." think we ought to get some pretty mysterious winds up to 400 miles North Viet Nam, which needs the have a way of swinging back and
Gets Go-Ahead good pictures out of it." an hour believed to travel at high good will of both sides; and of forth, Fowler said, and in view of
Afterward, Lovell said, "That altitudes, marked the first time a North Koreta, Japan, Romania, the good showing the last two
Even with its troubles, though, was a pretty expensive EVA- foreign rocket launch was ever Italy and others. quarters, "I wouldn't be surprised
emini 12 got the "go-ahead" for extra vehicular activity-in the coordinated with an American -- if there were some increase in the
he full, 59-orbit voyage due to way of fuel." space flight. LONDON (,) - Sovivet Premier deficit in the period ahead."
nd today in the Atlantic at 2:22 Thrusters Run Low "We saw no cloud," Lowell said. Alexei N. Kosygin will visit Britain The third-quarter figure brought:
in. EST. Within minutes, something went "You know what they say. C'est in February, .evidently interested the total deficit for the first nine
Its pilots spent an afternoon awry in . the third maneuvering la vie." in resuming the process of recon- months of this year to $878 million
ciliation with the West interrupted -which would boil down to an an-
by the Viet Nam war. nual rate of $1.17 billion, comparedI
The visit was announced yester- with last year's deficit of $1.34 bil-I
day in the House of Commons by lion.
Prime Minister Harold Wilson, The balance of payments is the
mhorecalled he had vited Kosy- difference between total U.S. ex-
The Vet Na warwas tenxa penditures abroad and foreign ex-
By The Associated Press All t h r e e charges involved United States yesterday elected eisheisieunNa. war was then at
INSTANBUL, Turkey - Reports Kuntze's association with Jannie ArchbishpJohnFrancis Dear den, a peak andad cut across ther Fowler said U.S. favorable bal-
INSTANBU, TurkNationalt scholar - administrator, as their! East-West dialogue which former;
om Adana yesterday said police Suen, 26, a Chinese National first episcopal conference presi- Preiher Nikita S. Krushchev had
ad arrested 14 persons following woman with whom he allegedly dent. helped to initiate. Since then up-
nti-American riots touched off lived while in Viet Nami heavals and excesses within Red
'hen eight U.S. servicemen alleg- . The selection of the Detroit China have reduced Peking's abil-
Ily accosted Turkish women leav- The court of three admirals and prelate was a path-breaking step ity to mobilize world Communist
g a movie theater. six captains cleared the Navy vet- in line with a decentralization opinion against Moscow.
The violence Monday morning eran, 46, of 15 other specific movement in progress within the Wilson made plain that Kosy-
as the second such mob outbreak charges. church. gin's talks with British leaders are
Turkey in three days. * * * Pope Paul VI and the Vatican likely to be dominated by the Viet I:
WASHINGTON - Assembled Council have given national epis- Nam war, problems of nuclear,
The demonstrators i Adana cardinals and bishops of the copal organizations more jurisdic- ( arms control and proposals for in-
eked the Red Cross aid center, Roman Catholic Church in the tion over a wide range of activities. ( creased trade.
oned the U.S. Consulate and
amaged about 40 to 50 American-
caedrs in a fshionable resi- _I

ance of trade continues as the
major concern in the balance-of-
payments picture. It dropped to
$2.9 billion at an annual rate
during the third quarter compared
with 74.8 billion for all of last
year.
He added, however, that the ad-
ministration's program suspending
the investment tax credit and ac-
celerated business depreciation
should produce a more moderate
of economic growth and help im-
prove the trade surplus by re-
dUcing the tendency to import and
increasing the capacity to fill ex-
port orders.
Fowler also said the drop in
French . gold purchases coupled

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with the encouraging showing dur-
ing the last two quarters-the
deficit was $125 million during the
second quarter-reduces the need
for any drastic measures' to end
the deficit which now stems main-
ly from the increased spending for
Viet Nam.
Asked about heavy spending
abroad by American tourists,
Fowler declined to rule out any
travel tax but said one is unlikely.
U.S. efforts will be directed to-
ward encouraging foreigners to
travel in this country, the secre-
tary added, in hailing the domestic
travel industry's sponsorship this
week of a visit by 500 European
travel agents and writers.

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LOS ANGELES-A special panel
of federal judges ruled uncon-
stitutional yesterday a medicare
requirement that certain appli-
cants answer "yes" if they were
recent members of subversive
groups.
The judges also enjoined the
government from asking the ques-
tion in the future.
The judges declared the require-
ment "infringes on the plaintiff's
rights guaranteed by the first
amendment."
TREASURE ISLAND, Calif. -
Navy Capt. Archie Kuntze was
convicted by a court martial yes-
terday on three charges of Mis-
conduct while he headed a $60
million supply depot in Saigon.

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