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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1965

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By The :Associated Press
WASHINGTON-The national
chairman of the Young Ameri-
cans for Freedom said yesterday
the 30,000-member conservative
youth group will mount "a na-
tional citizens campaign" to pre-
vent any deals with Romania.
Robert E. Bauman said the or-,
ganization welcomes President
Lyndon B. Johnson's call for a
State Department investigation toI
determine why the Firestone Tire
and Rubber Co. cancelled negotia-
tions to build a synthetic rubber
plant in Romania.
"YAF will cooperate fully with
the government so that they can
learn, as we have, just how strong-
ly the average American citizen is
opposed to trade with Communist
countries which can be used to in-
crease Communist military poten-
tial," Bauman said in a statement.
* * *
NEW YORK-Two firms, the
nation's biggest automaker and
the biggest steelmaker, reported
yesterday huge sales and earn-
ings for the second quarter and
first half of this year.
For GM, the world's largest
manufacturing enter pr ise, it
meant new first quarter and first
half records in unit and dollar
sales, net income ,earnings per
share, employment, payroll and
dividends.
United States Steel Corp. earn-
ed $81.04 million, or $1.38 a share
in the second quarter, against
$60.6 million, or $1 a share, a year
earlier. Sales increased to $1.2
billion from $999.7 million.t$
LEOPOLDVILLE - P r e m i e r
Moise Tshombe charged yesterday
that Cuba had sent agents to fight
beside the Congolese rebels.
He said the bodies of two Cubans
were found June 29 after a two-
day battle near Bandera in the
eastern Congo's Maniema Prov-
ince.
Anti-Castro Cuban exiles have
been reported flying fighter-bomb-
ers against the rebels for Tshom-
be's air force.
PARIS-Premier Georges Pom-
pidou said last night the French
government intends to keep firm'
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control of the French economy
and does not intend to surrender
any authority to the Common
Market Executive Commission.
In a television interview, Pom-
pidou said he did not know what
the outcome of the present crisis
in the Common Market might be.
France has recalled its ambas-
sador to the Common Market and
has refused to send any ministers.
to meetings of the six-nation or-
ganization in Brussels. The empty
chair policy was decided after a
breakdown of negotiations on fi-
nancial regulations for agricul-
tural products.
Proposals had been made that
the Executive Commission should
be responsible for the estimated $2
billion equalization fund ,and that
the European Parliament should
have a supervisory role. President
Charles de Gaulle is resolutely
opposed to anything that smacks
of supra-national authority.
WASHINGTON - The House
gave final approval yesterday to
the expansion of the Social Se-
curity System to provide'hospital

care and other health services for 225 Democrats and 26 Republicans Rep. Llloyd Meeds (D-Wash) Shastri also revealed he had
older Americans. The vote was 307 with 58 Democrats and 110 Re- said a union shop contract re- met in the morning with visiting
to 116. publicans opposed. Republicans quires only that every employe pay Premier Souvanna Phouma of
The measure was sent to the objected mainly to the pioneer dues to the union as his fair Laos, but added the Laotian leader
Senate, which was poised for quick rent subsidy program. share of the costs of collective "did most of the talking."
action. The bill is of top priority The bill, a compromise between bargaining. Souvanna Phouma proposed a
to the Johnson administration and Senate and House versions passed The repeal measure was prompt- new Geneva conference to dis-
was expected to be speeded to earlier, follows closely the admin- ed by organized labor and en- cuss Viet Nam, and not related
the President's desk for signing. istration's recommendations. It dorsed by President Lyndon B. problems in Southeast Asia, Shas-
Both the House and the Senate authorizes several new programs Johnson. House Democratic lead- tri said.
voted 3 to 1 for the measure ear- and continues such major exist- ers expressed confidence of vic- *
lier. But the Senate made 513 ing programs as urban renewal tory in the repeal fight when it TOKYO - Indonesian President
changes in the House bill and a and public housing over the next comes to a final vote, probably Ahmed Sukarno, in a message to a
compromise measure was prepared four years. today. conference against nuclear weap-
by a conference committee of the** ons, declared yesterday that "nu-
two chambers. It was that com- WASHINGTON - Democrats NEW DELHI-Prime Minister clear weapons in the hands of
promise measure which won House and Republicans clashed in House Lal Bahadur Shastri left for Yu- the emerging forces are weapons
approval yesterday against taken debate yesterday over whether re- goslavia yesterday on a Viet Nam for the defense of peace and free-

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resistance.
WASHINGTON-House passage
yesterday sent to President Lyn-
don B. Johnson a $7.5-billion
housing bill which will launch a
new program of rent grants for
low-income families, the elderly,
the handicapped and disaster vic-
tims.
The 251-168 House vote came
on the heels of Senate passage
Monday. Voting for the bill were

peal of state laws banning the un-
ion shop would violate the free-
dom of workers.
Democrats, pushing for repeal
of Section 14B of the Taft-Hartley
Act, said it would force no one
to join a union to keep a job.
But Republicans said repeal of
the federal statute authorizing the
states to outlaw the union shop
would jeopardize the individual li-
berty of many workers.

peace quest.
Shastri told newsmen before de-
parting that Viet Nam "naturally
will be in the forefront" of his
discussions with Yugoslavia's Pres-
ident Josip Broz Tito.-
An informed source in New
Delhi has reported a Tito-Shastri
plan to explore the possibility of
an effort by the world's non-
aligned nations to bring peace to
Viet Nam.

dom."
But, he added, "nuclear weapons
in the hands of the imperialists
are weapons for war and oppres-
sion."
Sukarno's message was read at
the opening session in Tokyo of
the 11th annual World Conference
against Atomic and Hydrogen
Bombs, sponsored by the leftist
Japan Council against A and H
Bombs.

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