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0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Negfotiators Optimistic
Over Possibility of End
lo Strugle in Algeria

Name Army
As Possible
Last 'Hitch'
Need French, Rebel
Formal Approval
PARIS (M)-French and Alger-
ian nationalist negotiators return-
ed to their capitals yesterday from
secret talks and optimism ran
high that the way has been vir-
tually cleared for a cease-fire to
end the seven-year-old rebellion.
But there was still a chance of
last-minute hitches and in Algeria
the third force in the bloody tri-
angle-the European secret army
-maintained its campaign of ter-
ror to keep the territory French.
The final act in a cease-fire
agreement would be formal ap-
proval tomorrow by the French
cabinet and by the Algerian na-
tionalist rebel Parliament, which
was summoned to meet the same
day in Tripoli, the capital of Libya.
The right-wing Secret Army Or-
ganization stepped up its campaign
of terror and death in what look-
ed like preparation for a major,
desperate attack. French head-

GOP Blasts
works Bill
Of Kennidy.
WASHINGTON (P) - President
John F. Kennedy asked Congress
yesterday to allow him to kick off
a $2-billion public works program
whenever a recession seems immi-
nent.
The request drew prompt Re-
publican opposition.
The proposal, one of three parts
of an Administration anti-reces-
sion program, would permit the
President to trigger up to $2 bil-
lion worth of public projects
whenever unemployment trends
signal the start of a recession.
"The same general feeling exists
that prevailed in Republican op-
position to granting the President
stand-by authority to cut taxes,"
said Senate Republican leader
Everett Dirksen (R - Illinois).
"Congress has the feeling that it
is accessible. If the need develops
to take action to ward off a de-
pression it could act with rea-
sonable dispatch."
Even before details of the plan
were made public, ranking Demo-
crats in Congress had given their
approval. Republicans had de-
nounced it as an attempt to in-
vade congressional authority. And
some saw it as a tool which could
be used for political leverage in
an election year.
Administration
To Ask Action
On Urban Plan
By The Associated Press

IGNORE WARNING:
West Sends Planes
Over Berlin Lanes
BERLIN (P)-Western big three planes, flying in the face of a
Soviet warning of possible unpleasant consequences, ranged the Ham-
burg-Berlin air corridor yesterday at levels which the Russians sought
to monopolize but there were no incidents.
The Soviet warnings not to use the air lanes was contained in
notes delivered to the United States, British and French embassies in
Moscow Sunday and made public in part by Communist East Ger
many's ADN news agency.
The notes rejected demands last week by the United States, Brit-
ain and France that the Russians halt a campaign of harassment they
launched Feb. 7. Seven times now the Russians have laid claim to the
right of Soviet MIG jet fighters to
fly alone in one or more of the
three air corridors linking Berlin
and West Germany for several -
hours up to 7,500 feet. Sends Ships
Each time the Western allies
have rejected the claim. They in-
sisted that each Soviet flight be j G ow
registered individually at the Ber-
lin Air Safety Center, just as their LONDON (A)-Britain announc-
own are, and deliberately main- ed yesterday its power buildup in
tained normal western traffic. British Guiana now includes five
The MIG's have not always rits G and ne i n tdasport
shown up, but they were out in rigates and eight transport
force last Wednesday and Thurs- planes.
day, buzzing and trailing close to The frigates, with a complement
Western planes. The Western pow- exceeding 1,000 men, are providing
ers warned Moscow it was "run- communications for a joint mill-
ning grave risks."
Rejects Claim tary-civilian headuqarters helping
A United States spokesman yes- to maintain law and order, an
terday rejected the Communist Admiralty spokesman said.
claim that the Westernrallies can- Six Royal Air Force transports
not control the Berlin air corridor and two civilian charter planes
because they cross East Germany. also have been sent to the Cen-
State Department press officer tral American colony, the Air Min-
Lincoln White said American istry said.
planes "will continue to fly" Impications o the two-day up
through the corridors"at altitudes rising against Prime Minister
which best suit their own conven- Cheddi Jagan's leftist government
fe c nine:o" are to be studied by the British
Continue To Fly cabinet this week.
He declared that "those corn- Officials said the cabinet prob-
dors are set there for access ably will have to reconsider its
caBerlin changdtn legal hocus pocus offer last month to call a confer-
Hehsaid the Amercan craft ence this spring to discuss inde-
would continue to fly to Berlin at pendence for British Guiana.
whatever altitude suited them There is no present intention
He declined to comment on re- to withdraw the offer, the in-
ports that the Western powers formants said, but the colony's in-
have fighters ready to zip into the ternal crisis may render independ-
air corridors. ence talks inadvisable.
World News Roundup
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON-The Senate confirmed by unanimous voice vote
President John F. Kennedy's nominations of W. Averell Harriman to
be assistant secretary of state and Walt Whitman Rostow to be State
Department counselor.
WASHINGTON-The Atomic Energy Commission announced that
two nuclear tests were conducted underground yesterday at its Neva-
da test site. Both were described as of low yield
* *
ROME-Premier-designate Amintore Fanfani's efforts to form
a new left-leaning Italian government moved closer to completion
last night. The Socialist' Party,'
formerly close allies of the coun-
try's Communists, voted to sup- U. OF M. FOLK DANCERS
porthi."

TODAY
CHALLENGE SEMINAR
Prof. William Frankena
Dept. of Philosophy
7:30 Honors Lounge, UGLI

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UNANIMOUS ORDER:
Court Claim Louiesiana
Local School Law Illegal

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WASHINGTON (P)-The Unit-v
ed States Supreme Court declared
Louisiana's locaL option law un-
constitutional yesterday and term-
ed the state's statute a "transpar-
Kennedy Assures
Thais of Support
BANGKOK MP) - Robert F.
Kennedy assured Prime Minister
Sarit Thanarat yesterday of Unit-
ed States support for Thailand,
nervous neighbor, of Red China
and Communist-menaced Laos.
Before leaving by plane for
Lebanon, the touring United States
attorney general said Thailand
and the United States are in-ac-
cord on efforts being made to
find a peaceful solution to the
Laos crisis.

ent artifice . . , designed to deny
Negroes their declared constitu-
tional right to attend desegregat-
ed public schools."
The court's unanimous order af-
firmed a lower court decision that
the state act conflicted with the
Constitution.
The law, act 2 of the special
Louisiana Legislature's extraordi-
nary session in Feb. 1962, allowed
parish (county) school boards to
hold local elections on whether to
keep schools open on an integrat-
ed basis or close them, abolish
school taxes and dispose of the
property.
The special court held that, "the
sub-surface purpose of act 2 is to
provide a means by which public
schools under desegregation or-
ders may be changed to "private"
schools operated in the same way.

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quarters for Algeria said plans to Administration I e a d e r s an-
cope with any right-wing uprising nounced yesterday they will move
have been completed. to force a speedy Senate show-
Terrorists seized 80 infantry down on President John F. Ken-
weapons in a daring raid on an nedy's proposed new urban affairs
army depot on Algiers' waterfront, department.
In Oran in western Algeria 1,200 The announcement came after
army uniforms were stolen. Republicans opened a drive to up-
Army sources confirmed the set administration plans by bring-
evacuation of French Army units ing the issue to a vote in the House
equivalent to two divisions has be- before the Senate has time to act.
gun from Algeria. The European Senate Democratic leader Mike
underground gave newsmen names Mansfield (D-Montana) told the
and numbers of units that are be- Senate a motion will be made to-
ing repatriated. The European day to force out of the Govern-
right wingers call this movement ment Operations Committee a
"treason." resolution of disapproval.
A spokesman for the rebel gov- If successful, this could lead to
ernment announced that its par- a vote on the Kennedy proposal
liament, the National Council of today after 10 hours of Senate de-
the Algerian Reveloution will meet bate. Adoption of the resolution
in Tripoli Wednesday. Approval would kill the new Cabinet depart-
may be more than a formality and ment.
the possibility of difficulties aris- Rep. George Meader (R-Mich)
ing was not excluded. announced in the House he would
The French and Algerian nego- move tomorrow to call up his res-
tiating teams began their secret olution to torpedo the proposed
sessions Feb. 11. new Cabinet department.

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Representatives from
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FEBRUARY 23
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Los Angeles area. Visit the Engineering
Placement Office immediately and sign an
appointment sheet.

TONIGHT
HORACE H. RACKHAM GRADUATE
SCHOOL FORUM
sponsored by the Graduate Student Council
IS THE MONEY
WORTH THE PRICE?
SPONSORED RESEARCH
IN GRADUATE EDUCATION

JERUSALEM - Devaluation of
the Israeli pound was approved
by parliament yesterday.
PITrSBURGH-Steel negotia-
tors finished prelim~inary spade-
work on a new contract yesterday.
They set March 1 or before as a
general target date for signing
a new contract.
WASHINGTON - Despite a
steep last-quarter rise in the defi-
cit, the Commerce Department re-
ported that 1961 brought consid-
erable improvement in the United
States balance of international
payments.
WASHINGTON-An Army gen-
eral's ghost writer testified yes-
terday that speech censorship was
just as tough under the Eisen-
hower administration as it is un-
der President John F. Kennedy.
* * *
NEW YORK-The stock market
went through a drab session yes-
terday ending with an irregular
decline. Dow-Jones averages show-
ed 30 industrials down 2.10, 20
railroads down .50 and 15 utilities
down .21.

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