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Tuesday, August 13, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Page Three

Maddox may seek Presidency

IN JAVA, BORNEO:
Indon esians clash
with Communists

SAVANNAH, Ga. (i)-Gov.
Lester Maddox formally an-
nounced yesterday he is "giving
serious consideration to an-
nouncing my candidacy to seek
the nomination" for President.
The governor said at this time
the chances are greater that he
will seek the nomination than
that he will not. He said he
would make a firm decision no
later than Saturday.
He said he has been in touch
with conservative -leaders in
various parts of the country,
and that they agree with him
the present candidates for the
Democratic nomination repre-
sent exclusively the liberal wing
of the party.
Maddox also said he will sup-
port a move to prohibit use of
the unit rule among delegations
at the Chicago convention be-
cause he believes that will free
delegates from several states to
support him.
Georgia's delegation has tra-
ditionally used the unit rule,

which gives all a delegation's
votes to the candidate favored
by the majority.
Maddox said earlier this
unit rule, bit said Saturday this
year's delegation would use the
will not be done.
In response to questions
about third-party candidate
George Wallace, of whom Mad-
dox has been an outspoken ad-
mirer, the governor said, "I
don't think that I'll ever be in
a position of running against
Gov. Wallace."
Maddox declined to elaborate
on the meaning of his state-
ment, but the clear indication
was that Wallace would with-
draw if Maddox would with-
draw in a bid for the Demo-
cratic nomination.
"I'm not going to tell you
that," Maddox said when asked
if that were the case. "Then,
you would know it all."
Maddox made the announce-
ment at a news conference he
called yesterday while in Sa-

vannah to address a convention
of the Georgia Municipal Asso-
ciation.
Earlier in Atlanta, the 52-
year-old f o r m e r restaurant
owner who was elected governor
by the Georgia Legislature, said
his candidacy would offer voters
a choice between one conserv-
ative and three socialists.
"I have no intention of run-
ning as a favorite son," he
added.
Maddox said on Sunday he
had not discussed the idea with
national or state Democratic
party officials, and had no idea
what their reaction would be.
After losing several elections,
including two for mayor, and a
1962 race for lieutenant gov-
ernor, Maddox defeated former
Gov. Ellis G. Arnall for the
Democratic nomination for
governor n 1966.
He was elected governor in
January 1967 by the Georgia
General Assembly after neither
he nor Republican Howard "Bo"

Callaway received a majority of
general election votes. Callaway
outpolled Maddox by 3,039
votes.
Before his election, Maddox,
52, became known as the At-
lanta restaurant owner who
closed rather than comply with
the 1964 Civil Rights Act to
serve Negroes.
He was shown in photographs
brandishing a pistol at would-be
Negro customers and handing
out ax handles to whites.
The governor will head Geor-
gia's 43-vote delegation to the
Democratic convention.
The delegation, chosen by
Maddox, is officially uncom-
mitted.
Maddox said the Democratic
party nominees, including South
Dakota Sen. George S. Mc-
Govern who announced Satur-
day, offer no choice.
He said the Democratic party
"is primarily interested in the
welfare state and socialism."

JAKARTA, Indonesia (P)--The
army reported yesterday it has
struck hard blows at resurgent
Indonesian Communists in East
Java and Borneo but the outlawed
party is stirring up new unrest
in Sumatra.
Maj. Gen. Mohammed Jasin,
commander in East Java, told re-
porters 1,400 Communists, includ-
ing six Central Committee mem-
bers, have been captured in the
-'
LBJ visits
army clinic
SANANTONIO, Tex. ()-Pres-
ident Johnson visited an Army
hospital here yesterday for intes-
tinal x-rays that will be flown to
Bethesda, Md., for study by Navy
doctors and a Mayo Clinic intern-
ist.
Upon his arrival at the hospital
the White House announced:
"The President is feeling fine
and is carrying on an active
schedule." However, Johnson aides
never have ruled out the possibil-
ity that the x-ray findings may
prompt presidential doctors to
recommend surgery.
The President personally dis-
closed last Thursday that he was
afflicted with diverticulosis, a
condition that produces pouches
on the inner lining of the large in-
testine. Normally no surgery is
needed to treat this ailment.

past two months in his troubled
region.
Jasin did not , say how many
Communist have been killed, but
other reports have said casualties
among the Red underground have
been heavy.
About 6,000 troops, including
commando and armored units,
have been conducting a massive
sweep of East Java, long a Com-
munist stronghold.
[ndonesia's army commander,
Gen. Maraden Panggabean, told
a meeting of the cabinet that
troops have killed 392 Communist
guerrillas and captured 209 in In-
donesian Borneo so far this year.
Another 490 guerrillas surrender-
ed, he said.
Maj. Gen. Kusno Untomo, mili-
tary commander in Sumatra, told
Antara News Agency the Com-
munists on that island near Ma-
laysia and Singapore were causing
unrest.
The pro-Red Chinese Commu-
nist suffered thousands of cas-
ualtiesuafter they failed in a coup
in October of 1965 that led to Su-
karno's downfall.
For months they have been re-
organizing and arming for guer-
rilla warfare. Earlier this year they
launched guerrilla warfare in
East Java.
They hoped to capitalize on un-
rest caused by Indonesia's shaky,
inflation-ridden economy. But
some believed they surfaced too
soon, because army reports have
told of daily killings and captures.

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