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THURSDAY, JUNE 3,1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rAGE THREE

* DENOUNCE PROCEDURE:
Reiect Junta Election Offer

Labor Tax Reform Bill Will the Stock Market Crash?
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SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican
Republic (P)-Rebel leaders yes-j
terday rejected a junta proposalI
for new elections to settle the Do-
minican conflict.
Col. Francisco Caamano Deno.
who presides over the rebel re-
gime, turned aside. as "a fable,"
the ' election formula laid down
Tuesday by the civilian-military
junta.
Caamano told newsmen that be-
fore any election could be con-
templated by the rebel. faction a
new government operating under
the 1963 constitution must be re-
stored.
Calls'for Elections
The junta, headed by Gen. An-
tonio Imbert Barrera, called for
elections as early as possible ,un-
der the supervision of the Organi-
zation of American States. The
tD 9
Btndy Defends
Foreign Policy
WASHINGTON (P) - McGeorge
Bundy said yesterday American
power is being used in Viet Nam
and the Dominican Republic in
the interest of peace and the peo-
ple involved.
The U.S. action should be judg-
ed by its results, he added.
Bundy, who is President Lyndon
B. Johnson's national security af-
fairs adviser, defended the ad-
ministration's policies against cri-
ties of the right and left in a
speech to an International Pub-
lishers Association luncheon spon-
sored by the Readers Digest.
Bundy said that the United
States entered the world scene as
a big power with the fall of France
in 1940 and since then has been
faced with the need to act or not
act in international circumstances
that arise.
But U.S. foreign policy goals
have been steadily for peace and
for the interests of others as well
as Americans, he said.
And while immediate and un-
animous approval is not antici-
pated, he said, "we expect . . . to
be judged in the end by the re-
sult, by the effect" of what is
done.
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-WN W '" " " -- By SAM DAWSON stock market had its worst crash the business cycle was old hat.
ONOWYRoueoCo oscm pwtativo1929 since 1929. It revived and prices This belief was strengthened in
election would be open to all LONDON ()-The House of Commons came up with a tie vote, YORK ()-Could the early this May were at record both instances by a long period
pate.crash hphighs. FdealR
"281-281, last night on a major tax reform measure of the Labor Party happen again? Federal Re- hs. The very heighth of these of economic growth. In both years
In another development, battle-government. serve Chairman Wilam h prices make some observers dizzy. private debt was growing rapidly.
In another developmnt, battle- The bil a Conservative whoney Martin sees the current boom picsUwngI ohyastem eyupl
ready Brazilian troops pushed the The bill was saved by the acting chairman, psychology as having "disquieting BusinnUpswinglin both years the money supply
international security zone south "went along with the tradition that the chair always votes to keep an similarities" with that of the Businessmen are more inclined was t15idifr
and west to embrace the battered issue before the House 1920's toconcentrate on the evidence of But 1965 is different from 1929
national presidential palace. Jubilant Conservatives set up a roar as the tie vote was announ- But the Johnson administrati ,continuing strength of the 4-year in many ways: excesses of the
The operation, carried out ed. holds that there's small likelihood olde the brakes on booms and the credit are under close supervision
smoothly by units of a battalion of I Then Sir Herbert Butcher, deputy chairman of the Ways and of a repeat performance-if the
" z cushions for downturns that have now, while Iin 1929 the sky was
infantry, took out a sizable chunk Means Committee, gave his deciding vote to the Labor government for Federal Reserve, business and la- been do nce the 1929 the ky pas
of city area lying between rebel a one-vote margin. Defeat for the proposal to introduce an American- bor all will cooperate with gov- besn dit h o there
lines and the American controlledsyecrorto a i rti ernment in keeping the economygas. w.h'corporate profits.An ere
east-west corridor. style rporationtax Brtai on a one-way street to prosperity. Bankers study the clash in eo- is now a vastly expanded middle
Erwould have been a serious blow to nomic and monetary thinking in class with higher incomes and im-
Effect of Operation n. a" ' FEF This doctrine is called the new
The effect of the operation, N avy Planes the prestige of Prime Minister Washington to glean clues as to pressive liquid assets-as well as
. Harold Wilson's Labor govern- economics. It contends that the the future course of interest rates debts. Wholesale prices are fairly
howeerpraticaly emoed te ~j- ~business cycle can be licked.01' at
possibility of a dangerous clash meot Down nient. least tamed and that 1929 need and the recently noted trend to- stable now, while in 1929 they
b nj r nGovernment Whips ward tighter money and credit. were declining.
between the 350 junta troops innerhapngi.
the palacek and the rebel forces °;,y;;'"aiieseIt probably would not have np. The trends-and the clash, if it Business expansion of capacity
only a block away. brought the government down, butOld Memories becomes sharper-can affect both now is being tailored much closer
Under the agreement reached the government whips responsible The Martin rattling of old men- the course of the domestic econ- to consumer demands. Social se-
Unde theairementreacedhtevgoernmnthwipsgesposibl
Tuesday between the contending SAIGON (R)-North Vietnamese for getting members of Parliament ones sent shiveis through U.S. omy and the troubled interna- curity. unemployment benefits,
factions through OAS negotia- COL. CAAMANO DENO gunners downed two U.S. Navy into the voting lobbies would havea k London stock markets this tional monetary situation. dozens of government projects in-
tions, the junta forces in the pal- planes in succession about 70 been called on the carpet-as they week There are a number of things sure against the disastrous drop
ace will be reduced to a token ( The maneuver places the Bra- miles south of Hanoi and all their probably will be anyway. Stock traders were alarmed that that make 1965 look like 1929. But in private income that the 1929
force of 25 men. zilian forces within a few blocks five crewmen were reported killed The House of Commons was sit-; the smoldering dispute between even Martin concedes there are crash triggered,
The extension of the interna- of rebel lines in an area where yesterday. A rescue pilot said there ting as a Ways and Means Com- administration economists and the many differences, too. Psychological Hold
tional security lines began at 11 rebel exchanges with American was no chance they survived. mittee to consider amendments to money managers was coming out The similarities: in both 1929 And, as the 1962 stock market
a.m. The Brazilian troops moved forces have been the heaviest. The loss of the five Americans the annual finance bill. That was into the open. and 1965 government and business crash showed, general prosperity
in two columns on opposite side- Shooting Incidents was the heaviest on any single why Butcher was in the chair in- They also were aware that it leaders were convinced that pros- isn't as closely tied to the market
walks of a street leading east to- Of the 19 shooting incidents day of the raids that were launch- stead of the house speaker, Sir was just three years ago that the perity would last forever and that as it was in 1929. The stock mar-
ward the palace grounds. Tuesday night, 11 were in the cor- ed against North Viet Nam Feb. 7. Harry Hylton-Foster. ket still has great psychological
Brazilian Troops ridor or in the area just north But other planes of the Navy and Hylton-Foster hold on the public. But the public
At the head of the columns of the palace. One paratrooper U.S. Air Force maintained the Hylton-Foster, also a Conserva- F7 now takes the ups and downs of
marched two infantrymen carry- was wounded by a rebel hand pressure with strikes at bridges, sip was retaed thespeaker- W o l e sou the market without panicking.
ing the blue OAS standards. The grenade. boxcars and radar sites. ship by the Labor government The 1962 crash disturbed the
Brazilian troops moved cautiously, Intensive gunfire was reported South of V C after its narrow victory the public
arms at the ready, along the side- m the residential areas east of installations thebo dei, etCon last parliamentary elections. Theys little scars from it.
walks. They were trailed by knots the Hotel Embajador. but there in the Ba Gia area Laborites chose this course rather! Y The Associates Press The 1929 crash in the market
of newsmen and television crews. was no official account of the of the Ngai province, the scene than sacrifice one of their own WASHINGTON-The Peace Corps said 24 volunteers arrived in spread inevitably through the
Dominican junta troops inside 1auses. e avet kby nealyfighting, 100members in the normally non-vot- the Dominican Republic yesterday with the approval of rival factions whole economy. It brought on both
the geounds peered quietly through The rebel proess office reported cameundercattackrbydnearyi100ting role. in the strife-torn Latin American natin.g
the fence at the Brazilians. There ight mortar shells were fired into American and South Vietnamese Edward H e a t h, opposition m* n to correct it.
was a wave here and there but no the rebel sector Tuesday night, war planes. Returning pilots said spokesman on taxation, challeng- These measures have expanded
waesgnoregnin nounen one .hydsryd25bidnsadedtegvrmn oaohrvt PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia-President Tito of Yugoslavia arrived steadily and the latest refinements
fortifications and damaged 110. as his party savored the near- yesterday for a week-long state visit to Czechoslovakia and a round on moderating the business and
But the Viet Cong had struck victory of the tie. He laced into of talks on the Moscow-Peking feud. The tour will take him later monetary ups and downs are dub-
again 100 miles away with an at- the Laborites, berating them for to East Germany and the Soviet Union. Tito was greeted at Ruzyn bed the new economics.
CTOS am p u s-. tack on the district headquarters a failure to answer Tory argu- airport by President Antonin No -___
town of Le Thanh and a series of ments against the tax or muster a votny.
three ambushes on the Pleiku-Le majority to get it through. Then W -
Thanh road that left 175 South he called for a test vote toad- WASHINGTON- The United
THURSDAY, JUNE 3 Era and After" will begin with; Vietnamese troops dead or miss- journ the t he finance States yesterday ordered a first
9 p.m.-Registration for a con- morning addresses by Prof. Mar- ing. bill. secretary of the Soviet Embassy
ference on "The Khrushchev Era shall Shulman of the Fletcher This was the action, 220 miles The government regrouped its to leave the country as soon as
and After" will be held in the Schol of Law and Diplomacy at northeast of Saigon, in which the forces on this vote, and came possible for engaging, In "activi-
lobby of the Rackham Bldg. The Tufts University and Richard death of two U.S. army advisers through with a majority of 5. The ties incompatible with his diplo-
conference will take place on June Lowenthal of the Research Insti- was reported Tuesday. The De- vote was 284-279. matic status."
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American ambush victims as Maj.
Bernard W. Dibbet, 38, of Fay-
etteville, N.C., and M. Sgt. Hugh
M. Robbins, 46, of Lawton, Okla.
Three government battalions
moved cautiously to reclaim Le.
Thanh,_ which was overrun early
Tuesday by a battalion or more
:f the Red guerrillas. Survivors
said that, of the 100-man militia
garrison two-thirds were dead or
missing. Ambushes on the road
from Pleiku, 25 miles northeast of
Le Thanh, accounted for the oth-
er government casualties.
Helicopter gunners said they be-
lieved they killed 20 of the Viet
Cong. This was unconfirmed by
body count.

Heavily Active
Exchanges 0Dip
NEW YORK (AP) - The stock
market dipped sharply yesterday
on the heels of Tuesday's severe
setback, but cut the day's worst
losses in half at the close.
Trading was heavy, with, vol-
ume rising to 6.85 million shares
from Tuesday's 4.85 million.
Bargain hunters bought heavily
near the close, shrinking a loss
that for a time looked as if it
might equal- Tuesday's, one of the
worst slumps of the year.

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