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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

_: oturday, July 20, 1968

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, Ji~Iy 20, 1968

Chicago
Ranger in
contempt .
WASHINOTON (P) - The Sen-
ate voted unanimously yesterday
to cite a Chicago street gang.
leader for contempt. %
The action followed his refusal
to answer questions of senators
probing the use of antipoverty,
funds.
In a rolicall vote, all 80 senators
present approved the resolution
which directs the U.S. attorney of
the District of Columbia to pre-
pare a criminal indictment against
Jeff Fort, youthful vice president
of the Blackstone Rangers.
Fort was a $6,000-a-year chief
of one of four job-training centers
set up for gang members under. a
$927,341 Office of Economic Op-
portunity grant.
Sen. John L. McClellan (D-Ark)
and other members of his Senate
investigations subcommittee called-
Fort's refusal to testify :an act of
"flagrant contempt" and a direct
challenge of the Senate's power to
conduct investigations.
No senators spoke against the
contempt resolution.
If convicted of the charge in
U.S. District Court, Fort would
face a possible one-year jai term
and a $1,000 fine,
Fort refused to answer questions
at a July 9 hearing of the sub-
committee and, on the advice of
his attorney, Marshall Patner of
Chicago, walked out of the room.
Patner told senators he was ad-
vising Fort not to take part in the
hearing unless he was granted
special rights to recall and cross
examine all'previous adverse wit-
nesses.

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WASHINGTON (CPS) - Sen.
Fred R.H arris (D-Okla) intro-
duced a bill in Congress last week
to tackle the "problems of the
alienation of young people in our
society" by providing for youth
participation in policymaking po-
sitions.
Harris said the bill is an at-
tempt to bridge the now-widening
chasm which separates the young
from the old in America. He la-
beled the legislation, which was
co-sponsored by a bipartisan
group of senators, the Youth Par-
ticipation Act of 1968,1
The Harris bill would estab-
lish a youth-run national volun-
tary service program and would1
create national and state youth
forums "for the discussion and
resolution of issues which concern
young people." It would establish
a U.S. Office of Youth Participa-
tion within the Department of
Health, Education, and Welfare.
The Office, according to Har-
ris, "would administer a new pro-
gram of gifants-in-aid for public
and private organizations-espe-
cially those run by youth-to re-x
cruit and employ youth up to ageI
24 as volunteers in a broad va-
riety of public service programs."
Harris said he is particularly con-
cerned with "programs aimed at
reducing poverty and physical
blight, improving health, educa-
tion, and welfare, ending racial
discrimination and achieving equal
justice under law for all citizens."
Although Harris indicated the
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an effort to coopt young people,
and they say the programs pro-
vided by it would be relatively
meaningless. Observers also have
emphasized that Harris is one of
Vice President Hubert Humphrey's
chief supporters for the presi-
dency. Humphrey Is unpopular
with liberal and radical students
because of his support of the
Vietnam war.,
Harris, who at 37 is the second
youngest member of the Senate,
said he thinks young people will
respond to the programs outlined
in the bill "with an intelligence,
discipline, and resourcefulness
which will amaze many of us who
are older." He added, "I believe
very deeply that our nation's

young people will be challenged to
use these opportunities to work
for constructive social and econ-
omic goals which will benefit the
entire country."
The Harris bill would create
a nine-member Advisory Com-
mission on Youth Participation to
be appointed by the Secretary of
1ealth, Education, and Welfare.
Tpe commission would have three
functions: to hold public hearings
and conduct studies on issues and
problems concerning young peo-
ple; to 'advise the HEW Secre-
tary on the administration of the
Office of Youth Participation, and
to consult with various agencies
on policies and activities directly
affecting the lives of young peo-
ple, recommending ways in which
the agencies could become more
responsive to the needs of youth.

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