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WEDNESDAY,: MAY 5, 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WEDNESDAY. MAY 5. 19fl5 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG rE THREE

SEATO ACTION:

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Plan To Halt Red Advance
LONDON (M)-Ministers of the on a barracks area at Vinh Ginh forces council will be dissolved.
Southeast Asia Treaty Organiza- and the Xom Rung ammunition The council is a consultative agen-
tion planned secret military moves depot. A spokesman said the raids cy that has dabbled at times in
yesterday to reinforce President were highly successful. political as well as military af-
Lyndon B. Johnson's determina- Action aground included a drive fairs. There was a belief a civil-
tion to prevent South Viet Nam's by U.S. Marines to eliminate Viet ian may replace May. Gen. Nguy-
engulfment in a Northern Com- Cong detachments southwest of en Van Thieu as defense minister.
munist tide. the Da Nang air base, 380 miles U.S. Air Force and Navy jets
In two sessions delegates of the northeast of Saigon. and propeller-driven Vietnamese
eight-nation alliance appraised Accompanying the military de- fighter-bombers took part in the
the implications of threats in velopments were reports of an day's air raids, the most massive
Southeast Asia and mapped mili- impending shakeup in South Viet since about 200 American planes
tary measures to check the Com- Nam's high command. S o m e struck North Vietnamese trans-
munists' thrusts. changes in Premier Phan Huy portation lines April 23. Briefing
Five nations-Britain, Australia, Quat's civilian government also officers said all returned safely.
New Zealand, Thailand and the were considered likely. Sixty-six U.S. Air Force jets
Philippines-pledged support for Armored vehicles showed up at and six Vietnamese planes fired
the. stand the United States ad- key places around Saigon. But in- 50 tons of bombs and rockets into
mininistration is taking in defense siders said they saw no immedi- the Vinh Ginh barracks area, five
of South Viet Nam. Among the ate danger of trouble. The last miles north of the 17th parallel.
steps the SEATO allies intend big upheaval was the February Twenty-four U.S. Air Force F-
taking are massive combined mili- coup and counter coup which de- 105 bombers dumped 60 tons of
tary power displays and closer co- posed Lt. Gen. Nguyen Khanh as bombs on the Xom Rung ammu-
ordination of their forces from commander in chief and led to nition storage area, about 20 miles
the top echelons downward. his assignment abroad as a rov- from the Laotian frontier. A
France and Pakistan stayed ing ambassador. spokesman said eight buildings
aloof. The French delegate, Am- It was expected that the armed were destroyed or damaged.
bassador Achille Clarac, kept si-
lent as a mark of his disapproval
of American policies. And Paki-
stani Foreign Minister Zulfiquar
A. Bhutto spelled out anew his
country's resolve to remain neu-J' a
tral in the battle for Viet Nam. 01"
These developments around the
conference table in Lancaster
House came as Johnson asked
Congress in Washington to vote
an extra $700 million immediately
to support U.S. operations in Viet
Nam and the Dominican Repub-
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Air war commanders in Viet~}a
Nam also loosed 113 planes against 1.
North Viet Nam yesterday, cen-
tering most of their fire power

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World News
Roundup
By The Associated Press

VOTING RIGHTS BILL:
To Ask for Vote of Cloture
WASHINGTON (1)) -- Senate of the broad Civil Rights Act of the debate limits of their propos-

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termed a stalemate, announced
STRASBOURG, France - Sen. yesterday that they will move to
J. W. Fulbright (D-Ark) told Eu- cut off debate on President Lyn-
ropeans yesterday that French don B. Johnson's Negro voting
President Charles de Gaulle's go- rights bill

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it-alone policies would lead to a
Europe dominated by the Soviet
Union.
Fulbright, chairman of the Unit-
ed States Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, told the European
consultative assembly that exclu-
sion of the United States from ne-
gotiations on Germany would cer-
tainly tilt the balance of power at
the conference table in Russia's
favor.

Senate Democratic leader Mike
Mansfield made the announce-
ment after a Southern protest,
blocked his bid to set a time
limit on the voting rights strug-
gle, now in its ninth day.
Mansfield said he and Senate
Republican leader Everett M.{
Dirksen will file a cloture peti-
tion, to limit the debate, next'
Monday.
Two-ThirdsI
It would take two-thirds of the

Six Weeks Ago
Mansfield and Dirksen came to
the floor with their call for af
limit on debate after conferring
on the timetable for action. Pro-
posing legislation six weeks ago,
Johnson called for swift passage-
even if Congress had to work
nights and weekends.
While the Senate has been de-
bating the bill since April 22. it
is still before the House Judiciary
Committee. Johnson asked House
leaders yesterday to act quickly
on the measure there.
"We told him we'd do our best
to give it to him," said Rep. Carl

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But Sen. Allen J. Ellender (D-
La), claiming Southerners have
not had an adequate chance to
debate the bill, said he would not
agree to any debate-limiting time-
table. That scuttled the plan.
Two Amendments
Meanwhile, Mansfield said he
hopes for votes Thursday and Fri-
day on two key amendments. One,
proposed by Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr.
(D-NC), would require a court
finding of discrimination before
the federal government could be-
gin registering voters.
As the bill stands, federal reg-
istration would take place auto-
matically in much of the South.
The other is an amendment
which would ban state poll taxes.
Mansfield and Dirksen oppose it.
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senators voting to approve clo- Albert (D-Okla).
NEW YORK - One Pulitzer ture, which limits each senator to Timetablev
Prize winner graduated from the one hour of debate on the meas- Mansfield first asked agreement.
University. ure. on a timetable that would have
Joseph Arnold Livingston, prize If the petition was filed Mon- limited debate on two major
winner for international report- day, it would automatically face a amendments to four hours apiece,
ing, graduated in 1925. vote one hour after the Senate on other amendments to two hours
S *- convened on Wednesday. each, and on the bill itself to six
ALBANY, N.Y.-Gov. Nelson A. For the first time in its his- hours.
Rockefeller announced yesterday tory, the Senate voted last year to Dirksen said if foes of the bill
that he planned to seek a third limit debate on a civil rights bill. wanted more time, the Senate
term next year as governor. That paved the way for passage leaders would consider extending

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