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Wednesday, May 22, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wednesday, May 22, 1968THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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WASHINGTON (P)-Dr. James
Bell Goddard, colorful and con-
troversial chief of the Food and
Drug Administration, resigned
yesterday to join a data process-
ing company in Atlanta.
As commissioner, Goddard has,
been under attack by forces in
the drug industry and by some
congressmen. He also had dif-
ferences with some policies of the
Johnson administration.
But Theodore O. Cron, a close
aide, said Goddard has strong
support from his superiors and
isn't being forced to leave by op-
ponents either inside or outside
government.
'JUST TIRED'
"It's just a case of being tired,"
said Cron. "The pressure has been
tremendous."
Goddard holds the rank of rear
admiral as a career officer in the
Public Health Service. No succes-
sor as FDA chief has been named.
Goddard, a frequent companion
of controvergy, touched off a furor
last October when he said at a
news'conference at the University
of Minnesota that it is debatable
whether marijuana is a more
dangerous drug than alcohol. "I
don't happen to think it is," he
said.
Later, he emphasized that alco-
hol is extremely dangerous,'caus-
ing an estimated 11,000 deaths a
year. And he pointed out that he
considers marijuana asdangerous
and doesn't favor legalizing it.
But some members of Congress
were incensed and demanded his
resignation.
INCONSISTENT
Goddard's position has been
that penalties foruse of mari-
juana are inconsistent. He noted
it is a crime to possess it, but there
is no penalty for possession of the
potent mind-expanding drug LSD.

LBJ requests $3.9

WASHINGTON (1P) - President
Johnson asked Congress yesterday
for authority to spend an extra
$3.9 billion onmilitary operations,
mainly in Vietnam.
Terming it an urgent request,
Johnson said speedy approval was
needed "so that we can meet our
present military commitments ef-
fectively and without delay.
If Congress approves the long-

THREA TEN SLEEP-IN:
Poor people meet
with' Congressmen

anticipated money plea, actual de-
fense outlays in, the 1968 fiscal
year that ends June 30 will hit
$76.2 billion-up $2.5 billion from
the January budget estimate.
Defense outlays in the coming
bookkeeping year are expected to
approach $80 billion.
Deputy Secretary of Defense
Paul Nitze told newsmen at the
White House more money was

needed primarily because of two
developments that followed pre-
paration of the January budget:
the Communist Tet offensive in
South Vietnam and seizure by
North Korea of the U.S. Intel-
ligence ship Pueblo on Jan, 23.
Nitze said the great bulk of the
$3.9 billion would be tagged for
use in Vietnam. But $230 milllion
would be earmarked for Korea and
$300 million would go into an
emergency fund to meet any un-
foreseen developments in Asia.
Besides seeking more defense
money, Johnson also asked for a
supplemental appropriation of
$791.6 million to meet mandatory
federal pay increases voted by
Congress in December.
Civilian and military pay boosts
will cost $1.5 billion during the
current year, but the administra-
tion said about $500 million of the
total will be absorbed by depart-
ments and agencies out of their
existing agencies.
Johnson's plea for more defense
funds served as a substitute for a
more modest appeal he submitted
in February. At that time he ask-
ed for $1.7 billion more for Viet-
nam but suggested the increase
be offset by transferring funds
from other Pentagon accounts.

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TONIGHT at
A HOOT
Evening of endless musical variety. Come-do
your thing-or sing a long.
1421 Hill St.
THURSDAY: 8:30 P.M.
PETER MYERS
Chairman of P.A R.(People Against Racism)
will speak on
"RACISM--WHITE PROBLEM"
FRIDAY and SATURDAY:
THREE ON A MATCH

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WASHINGTON ()-The envoys
of the poor made their first ap-
pearance before Congress yester-
day, marching from their shanty-
town camps to Capitol Hill to
confront House and Senate mem-
bers with their problems..
About 100 strong, they walked
the mile anid a half from their
camp. near Lincoln Memorial ' to
House and Senate office buildings
where some testified, some called
on individual members of Con-
gress.
The visits were quiet andorder-
ly, with the demonstrators moving
in small groups to take seats in
committee hearing rooms as they
were vacated by other spectators.
A second visit later in the day
was planned by a larger group. Its
leader said if Congress fails to
,nswer the demand for jobs and
income before the Poor People's
Campaign ends, the demonstrators
will try to move in and sleep in
the halls of the Capitol.
With construction of the ply-
wood-and plastic Resurrection
City just about finished and an
estimated 2,500 demonstrators on
hand ,campaign officials got down
to the business of making Wash-
ington aware of their presence.
Before the first marchers set out
they were brought together by
Rev. Jesse Jackson, a Chicago of-
ficial of the Southern Christian
Leadership Conference, who din-
ned into them the theme of non-
violence.'
Jackson told the men and
women in the group to treat every
man thay meet as a brother and
every women as a sister.

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While his listeners knelt in the
dirt before him and bared their
heads, Jackson intoned a prayer.
"I am somebody. I am some-
body. I am a -hild of God. I may
not be educated but I am some-
body. I may not have any money
but I am somebody. I may not eat
steak every day but I am some-
body. I may not look the way you
look but I am, somebody."

Trio from Rochester, N.Y) returning by overwhelming popular And he
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said LSD is far more dan-
Goddard dissented from the
m administration proposal
ar that possession of LSD be
misdemeanor. He officially
ed the proposal, but re-
under congressional ques-
that he still is personally
the idea.
drug chief said he feels it
do no good to make crim-
ut of young people who ex-
nted with LSD.

World news roundup
By The Associated Press The Communist's gains netted
SAIGON-Striking with preci- them 177 seats in the 630-seat
sion, North Vietnamese gunners Chamber.
hit four major U.S. headquarters Chmbr
near Hue yesterday. Thousands of MIAMI BEACH, Fla.-Califor-
U.S. soldiers moving in to meet nia Gov. Ronald Reagan said yes-
the threat repulsed a ground at- terday U.S. negotiators at the
tack on one, base. Paris peace- talks should let the
"The intensity of the war seems North Vietnamese know "we'l
to be increasing," Gen. William kick the devil out of them" if
C. Westmoreland, retiring com- they're not sincere about reach-
mander of U.S. forces in Vietnam. ing a settlement in Vietnam.
said.
For the present, the greatest The GOP governor said he
peril appears to be in the north, didn't want to see the talks turn
where intelligence reports say a tonthrP mnom"hr
last three North Vietnamese divi- thousands of American soldiers
sions are operating. died" as the United States nego-
* * tiated with North Korea.
ROME-Italy's Communist par- "We've got to stop giving in and
ty yesterday piled up its greatest getting nothing in return," Rea-
vote since World War II in par- gan told a news conference. Ear-
liamentary elections. But match- lier, he tossed barbs at Democrats
ing Christian Democrat gains as- like a presidential campaigner but
sured a continuation of Premier said his dip into the Deep South
Aldo Moro's center-left majority had not persuaded him to an-
in both iouses of Parliament. nounce as a candidate.
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8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 to 9:00
Pm.
Basic Firemanship Training Course
II -. Morning Session, Civil Defense
Center, 8:30 a.m.
Center for Programmed Learning for
Business - "Managing the Pro-:
grammed Learning Effort Seminar",
Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Department of Speech Student Lab-
oratory Theater -- Eugene lonesco's
"Maid to Marry" and Harold Pinter's
"The Dwarfs", Arena Theater, Frieze
Bldg., 4:10 p.m.
Arthur Vandenberg Lecture - James
Reston, Executive Editor of The New
York Times, "The Vandenberg Tradi-
s tion'', Amphitheater, Rackham Bldg.,
8:00 p.m.
Colloquium in Education-Dr. Robert
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versity, co-author with Lenore Jacob-
versity, "Ethics of Deception in Re-
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