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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, ,

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday,

Governor requests
guard for Louisville

(Continued from Page 1)
persons arrested during the riot-I
ing.
Braden is executive director of
the Southern Conference Educa-
tional Fund.
Monday's rioting , resulted in
some 20 injuries and more than
100 persons arrested. Four persons
were wounded by gunfire.
Eighteen adults arrested were]
charged yesterday with storehouse
breaking. Bond for each was set
at $20,000. One of the wounded
persons was also charged with
storehouse breaking.
Thirty-four other persons were
charged with breach of peace.
Each was being held in lieu of.
$2,000 bond.
The city's top officials were
huddled behind closed doors yes-
terday to plan strategies for cur-
tailing the racial violence. They'
were unavailable to comment on
Braden's charges.
An aide to Brig. Gen. William
Buster, commanding officer, said
some 200 guardmen were patrol-
ling the restless West End area
yeserday. He said the guardsmen
had received riot control training
and were issued ammunition prior

Many of the businesses were
protected by iron gates stretched
in front of the windows.
Some 50,000 of Louisville's
86,000 Negroes live in the West
End area, which is approximatelya
20 blocks square and located some
20 blocks from downtown Louis-
ville. The area is filled with large,j
private dwellings which often
house more than one family.
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Beadle leaves
state Senate {
LANSING W) - Sen. Frank
Beadle (R-St. Clair), chairman
of the powerful Senate Appropria-
tions Committee, has announced
he will resign from the Michigan
Senate some time this summer.
Beadle said he has not yet set
the exact date, but will tender
his resignation before the Aug. 6
primary. This, he said, will be so
a successor can be chosen in the;
November general election to
serve for the remainder of his
term which expires Dec. 31, 1970.
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Parisians 'caricaturize' de Gaulle and Pompidou
Frenchminister resigns

(Continued -from Page 1) France's biggest trade union,
nounced' he will resign if the law the Communist-led General Con-
is rejected. federation of Labor, said the piof-
Information Minister Georges fered concessions were "notorious-
Gorse told newsmen the law aims ly insufficient" and the immense
at modernizing French educa- majority of French workers re-
tional institutions, ending the ex- ject them.
cessive centralization which has The federation called for a na-
existed since the days of Napol- tionwide demonstratioh of workers
eon, and the reform of the coun- for full satisfaction of their de-
try's economic life to aid less fa- mands. These include a call for
vored citizens. a wage hike of 1? per 'ent.
Left wing opposition parties, in- The proposed compromise pack-
cluding the Communists, have al- age would throw onto French in-
ready called on the people to re- dustry a load that would send
ject the law on the ground that the prices of many French export
it amounts to a plebiscite for de goods soaring above prices for
Gaulle. comparable goods in other coun-
Gorse denied this saying "Those tries.
who are crying 'plebiscite' are At the same time, the wage
those who are trying to personal- raises would hand French workers
ize the crisis by demanding the extra purchasing power amount-
resignation" of the president. ing to nearly $4 billion a year.
The laiv gives de Gaulle, the This could mean a mass influx
government and the parliament of foreign imports which would
until June 1, 1969, to carry out havetobe paid for out of the
the reforms in conjunction with reserves.
"all representative organizations." The strike wave erupted briefly
This showed, Gorse said, the gov- in the National Assembly. Left
ernment was not seeking "full wing deputies - Communists, So-
power or a rubber stamp" to car- cialists and left-of-center mod-
ry out the reforms. erates-stormed out of the cham-
Underlining the gravity of the ber in protest against hearing a
crisis was the absence of any sig report on the social turmoil from
nificant back-to-work movement two ministers they considered
in response to compromise pro- second ranking.
posals. Social Affairs Minister Jean-
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Marcel Jeanneney and Jacques
Chirac, state secretary for employ-
ment, described by the leftists
the "ministers of strikes and un-
employment," delivered their re-
port to a half-empty chamber.
Pompidou told newsmeni Peyxe-
fitte, a member of the govern-
ment since 1962, had offered his
resignation when the premier re-
turned May 18 from a visit to Af-
ghanistan. Pompidou said he had
decided to accept it "in view of
the circumstances."
Francois Mitterrand, head of
the opposition Federation of the
Democratic and Socialist Left, an-
nounced his candidacy for de
Gaulle's office as chief of state.
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The aide declined to comment eastern Michigan district of St.
on whether the soldiers' weapons Clair, Huron, Sanilac and Tus-
were loaded and said ie troopers cola counties, is serving his ninth
had standard orders to fire their term and is in his 18th year in
weapons only on the order of an the Legislature.
officer or in self-defense. In 1966, he was elected by a
There was no pattern to the majority of more than 25,000
haphazard fire bombing and loot- votes.
ing Monday night. Police said that Beadle still was an early sup-
liquor stores, pawn shops, groce- porter of a state income tax and
ries and drug stores in scattered also has a record of voting for
areas of the West End were the constructive social legislation, in-
main targets. cluding the open housing bill.
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