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FRIDAY, APRIL 24,1962

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1962 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Russians Seek

To Stop

U.S. Testing Program
By Last-Minute Effort
B )

STEEL PRICES:
GOP Congressmen
Attack Kennedy Act,
WASHINGTON (M)-The Senate-House Republican leadership
yesterday accused President John F. Kennedy of using methods char-
acteristic of a police state to "blackjack" the steel industry into calling
off its price increase.
The Republican spokesmen, in a formal statement, said the
President directed and supported a series of government actions that

French Stop
Algiers Mob,
Seal Quarter
ALGIERS (M)-A Moslem mob
marched on a police station yester-
day, shouting threats to take it by
storm as 15 persons-all but one
of them Moslems-were killed in
another day of terrorist action.
Police finally succeeded in dis-
persing the mob and heavily arm-
ed French troops sealed off the
turbulent Moslem quarter of Bel-
court in an effort to prevent a
new outbreak.
In recent days the Moslems have
shown signs of breaking out
against the discipline of their lead-
ers who have urged them to avoid
retaliation.
Yesterdayj's threatened outbreak
followed a shooting in the Belcourt
section.

Greek Students Society
Presents a
BYZANTINE CHOIR
CONCERT

featuring

ARGENTINE POLITICS:
Armed Forces Demand
Peronists' Suppression
BUENOS AIRES (p-Armed forces chiefs bore down heavily yes-
terday on President Jose Mario Guido's three-weeks-old government
with demands that Peronist and Communist political activity be sup-
pressed.
Argentine political leaders in and out of the government appeared
to despair of maneuvering a compromise.,
The army ordered reinforcements to Buenos Aires and industrial
suburbs and reported it was keeping half its troops in barracks-.

JOSE MARIA GUIDO
... Argentine president

"Week-as a precaution against
possible Peronist and Communist
demonstrations.
Order Activities Closed
Roberto Echepareborda, appoint-
ed by deposed President Arturo
Frondizi as a federal interventor
in Buenos Aires province, ordered
all Peronist committees to close
down their activities, after he con-
sulted with police and military
leaders.
Echepareborda was one of the'
five interventors named by Fron-
dizi in provinces where Peronists
elected governors in elections last
March 18.
Demand Interventors
Armed forces chiefs are now de-
manding that Guido appoint in-
terventors in all 17 provinces, void
Peronist victories in five governor-
ship and 45 House of Deputies
races and outlaw the Peronist and
Communist parties.
Many political leaders in Fron-
dizi's Intransigent Radical party,
still the' leading party in Con-
gress; feel, however, that the re-
sults of a democratic election
have to be confirmed.
The three military secretaries in
the government met Wednesday
night and then conferred with
Guido early yesterday morning.
Propose New Minister
They proposed that Defense
Minister Ernesto Lanuesse, an an-
ti-Peronist, also take over the In-
terior Ministry to succeed Rodolfo
Martinez. Guido, still resisting mil-
itary pressure, has not yet accept-
ed the resignation.
Many quick arrests of pro-left-
ist elements, including university
leaders, were reported made yes-
terday in Buenos Aires and its
suburbs, in Bahia Blanca in south-
ern Buenos Aires Province, and at
Santa Fe.

Negotiations
To Continue
without Stop
Firm Stand Taken
By Western Powers
GENEVA (P) - The Russians
launched an 11th hour campaign
yesterday to block projected Unit-
ed States atmospheric nuclear
testa in the Pacific.
Their maneuvers may keep the
17-nation disarmament conference
in session through the Easter
weekend.
Seeks Cancellation
Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister
Valerian A. Zorin tried various
procedural devices to get a West-
ern promise to hold off the test
series. He warned that "fruitful
negotiations on cessation of tests
cannot be conducted along with
the thunder of nuclear test explo-
sions."
A similar sentiment was ex-
pressed in a Tass statement from
Moscow.
Rejects Moratorium
United States Ambassador Ar-
thur H. Dean said the United
States willnot accept an unpoliced
moratorium on testing under any
circumstances- not even during
the Easter recess.
Both Dean and British Minister
of State Joseph B. Godber told
Zorin the test series will go ahead
unless the Soviet Union promptly
accepts an internationally con-
trolled test ban treaty providing
for compulsory on-site inspections.
The tests, on Christmas and John-
ston Islands in the Pacific are ex-
pected to begin next week.
Delegates Clash
Zorin, Dean and Godber clashed
in more than five hours of acri-
monious procedural haggling in a
plenary session of the conference
and a subsequent meeting of the
three-nation test ban subcommit-
tee. The argument remained, un-
resolved.
Zorin made it clear that he in-
tends to keep the conference in
session unless he gets a Western
promise to refrain from testing at
least during the recess.
Kennedy, MacMillan Agree
Both President John F. Kennedy
and Prime Minister Harold Mac-
millan have emphasized that the
tests will go ahead unless there
is a radical switch in the Soviet
position against a fully inspected
test ban.

"imperilled basic American rights,
were more characteristic of a po-a
lice state than a free government."
Meanwhile, H. Ladd Plumley,
president - elect of the United
States Chamber of Commerce, said
the attempted steel price increase
of last week was a "shock" to the
public and the government.
Also Surprised
"I believe that business and the
public were also surprised and
shocked at some of the govern-
mental reactions," he added.
Plumley, elected yesterday by
the Chamber's directors to speak
for a huge segment of American
business, told a news conference
the battle of the steel price boost
has had "an increasingly disquiet-
ing effect" among businessmen and
investors.
He said Kennedy's assurances
that the administration will har-
bor no ill-will, and wants the clos-
est cooperation among business, la-
bor and government in his pro-
gram of economic growth and sta-
bility, have alleviated partially the
concern of industry.
GOP Statement
The GOP statement said nine
actions directed' or supported by
Kennedywere "unitive, heavy-
handed and frightening." It said
that, taken together, they amount-
ed to "a display of naked politi-
cal power never before seen on
this nation."
"We condone nothing in the
actions of the steel companies,"
the statement said, "except their
right to make an economic judg-
ment without massive retaliation
by the federal government."
Train Rebels
For Angola
LE KEF, Tunisia (P)-A guerril-
la force for assault actions in the
Portuguese colony of Angola is be-
ing trained on Tunisian territory
aided by Algerian nationalist reb-
els.
Newsmen visiting rebel camps
along the Algerian frontier yester-
day saw a unit of 30 Angolan guer-
rillas in the Oued Melleg training
center.
Their training was undertaken
by the Algerians after an agree-
ment with the provisional Angola
1 government-in-exile of nationalist
leader Holden Roberto.
It is believed their training will
be completed in the near future.
Algerian officers in the camp said
the Angolans would be then flown
*to the former Belgian Congo and
cross into Angola from there.

went far beyond the law, and

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P.M.

.Annual Banquet and Ball.
Given by the AFRICAN STUDENTS UNION of Michigan
Saturday, April 21, 1962 ... . 6:30 P.M.
American Legion Ballroom - 1035 S. Main Street, Ann Arbor

MOISE TSHOMBE
arrives in Katanga

RUSSIAN
SERBIAN

BERLIN:
Recall Head
Of Sector
BERLIN OP)-Moscow announc-
ed the recall yesterday of Marshal
Ivan S. Konev as Soviet compand-
er in Germany.
It was announced Wednesday
in Berlin that retired Gen. Lucius
D. Clay would quit as Presidentl
John F. Kennedy's envoy May 6.
Officials in Berlin thought the
two actions might ease the way to
agreement in the new round of
talks on Berlin that began in
Washington Monday.

UN .Praised
By Tshombe
ELISABETHVILLE (AP) -(Presi-
dent Moise Tshombe returned to
his secessionist capital yesterday
with high praise for' the United
Nations, whose forces almost had
a fight with Congo government
troops who blocked his departure
from Leopoldville for 24 hours.
Two Congo fire engines barri-
caded the runway as Tshombe's
UN-chartered plane was taxiing
for takeoff Wednesday from Leo-
poldville, where the secessionist
leader had been holding off-and-
on unity talks with Congo Premier
Cyrille Adoula for more than a
month.
UN sources said Congolese troops
threatened to shoot at Tshombe's
plane if it attempted to fly.
The UN rushed in Nigerian
troops.
It was Robert Gardiner of
Ghana, UN chief of operations,
who finally gave the word yester-
day for the Nigerians to clear the
runway after hours of negotiation
to clear up misunderstandings.
World News
Roundup-
By The Associated Press
RANGOON-Gen. Ne Win's rev-
olutionary military government de-
cided yesterday to do away with
the activities of two American or-
ganizations in Burma-the Ford
Foundation and the Asia Founda-
tion.
The foundations, which have
been here for eight years, were
told to withdraw their staffs of
teachers, advisers and specialists
by October.
It was reported the government
has decided on a policy of accept-
ing foreign technical and other aid
only from governments.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE,
Calif. - X-15 pilot Joe Walker
rocketed 3,920 miles an hour yes-
terday in a warmup for his up-
coming attempt to soar almost 50
miles into space.

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MICHIGAN MEN!
Join The
ACTIVITIES STAFF of the MICHIGAN UNION
"The Activity for Men Who Seek RESPONSIBILITY,
LEADERSHIP, and Opportunity for ADVANCEMENT",
Organizational Meeting
Tuesday, April 24, 4:15 P.M.
3rd Floor Conference Room-MICHIGAN UNION
U. of M. Folk Music Festival Presents
The BEST in BALLADS, BLUES,
BREAKDOWNS, and BLUTEGRASS
Jesse Fuller, Bob Dylan, Oberlin Bluegrass Band,
Paul Prestopino, Perry Lordman, Danny Kulb,
Mike Sherker, Marc Silber,
and a gathering of other folk from the midwest
This Saturday -- Trueblood Auditorium

Wednesday, April 4, 1962
Off-Broadway Reviws
The School For Scandal
With *a superb production of Grizzard and Corzatte are wonder-
"School for Scandal," the ' APA ully funny Ellen Geer is properlv
repertory company has made a sweet an virtuous as Maria, and
ins aus icious N York d although Nancy Marchand is a hit
hxl uisite v performed v a ne heavy-handed as Lady Sneerw~ell~
cast an staged wi greati mv n Joanna Roos, Tucker Ash'worth
tiveness by Ellis Rab, tins version and Nicholas Martin are fine as
o bheridan's classic comedy is a her fellow reputation-ruines -Wil-
delightful addition totheo -B road- Liam Larsen 'and Page Johnson +
way season. round otit the admirable cast.
Despite the age of the play, its 3:he roduction, designed by, --
hilarious attack on scandal-mongers Lloyd Burlingame, is most attxaa-
is as va d today as when the corn- ye, and the numerous changes of
edy was written, and the actors do scene are accomplished with a min-
it full justice. Will Geer's Sir imnum of delay. His costumes are
Peter Teazle is a cofmric gem. iu also excelleni, with the ladies'
p m a ngons righy overshadowed by the
posity make the character both peacock finery of the men's cos-
sympathetic and amusing.. ose- tumes. Conrad Susa's incidental
mnary Harris as his young wi e. music is appropriate.
delivers a performance of great Ellis Rabb has devised enough
iharn and her scenes with Gcer action to keep the dialogue from
ave warmth as well as hilarity. ever becoming tediou : the produc-
Exoert erformariees are also tion moves t a id ace and
given by George Grizzard as never la s. h s "Segoo or can
scheming Joseph Surface and by al" mig well serve also as a
'"--ton .Corzatte as his rakish but chool for directors and actors who
olent brother Charles. Dayid ant to see highly stylized -comedy
is superb as Sir Oliver, and layed with expert finesse.
* ustaken-identity scenes with Kenn-
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UN MILITARY ASKED:
World Reaction Favors
U.S. Disarmament Plan

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LONDON UP) - Whatever thev
Russians decide, a lot of people
favor the United States plan for a
disarmament treaty that would
eventually place world security
wholly in *the hands of a United
Nations military peace force.
British government officials said
the idea of replacing all national
armies with a world police force
has Britain's full support, along
with the rest of the three-stage
program for gradual reduction of
existing armies, navies and air
forces.
Old Idea
Informants recalled that the
idea of such a police force, under
command and control of the UN,
is almost as old as the interna-
tional body itself.
The plan, introduced at the 17-j
nation disarmament conference in

Geneva Wednesday, drew a wary
reaction from Soviet Delegate Val-
erian Zorin. He said it "does not
seem to contain anything new,"
but his government would give it
careful study.
Japanese Favor Plan
Views in war-sensitive Japan
were expressed editorially by two
major Tokyo newspapers.
Yomiuri Shimbun said "the
American proposal shows the sin-
cere desire of the United States to
ease Soviet Russia's suspicion of
the (Western-proposed) inspection
system."
A Bonn government spokesman
said West Germany welcomed the
plan.
"We support all United States
efforts to diminish international
tension," he said.

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"IS BROTHERHOOD
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MICHIGAN LEAGUE
CONFERENCE ROOM
8 P.M. Friday, April 20
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