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WEVALSDAY, MAY° 18, 1966



Rusk Sees
r C lStrife
Johnson Answers
Buddhist Monk's Bid
For American Aid

galls on






Labor Strike
Stalls Paris
Five Million Workers
Ask Higher Wages;
Services Curtailed
PARIS (/P) - A nationwide pub-
lic services strike stalled much of
the French economy yesterday
and brought intensified pressure
on the government to lift its anti-
inflation lid.
The strike, one of the biggest
one-day walkouts since the war,
directly affected at least five mil-
lion workers. Many of the other
50 million Frenchmen were incon-
In the capital, there were no
miiir n vor airion n asewses

Increasing Buddhist Stren
Spurs Viet Nam Uncertain


WASHINGTON W/) - Secretary i"asorinters wlernon neofpter
nk ets
of State Dean Rusk called yester -PublicerMtingseoftei
are srike. s
day on quarreling South Vietna- rarePstrikes.tng
mese to "pull together" in the task «. During the day hundreds of
of defeating the Communists andthuad ofildwres ed
~~tos ofbuilding a democratic society.pulc meig an mrhd
All of our influence wils be through towns and cities waving
used to try to persuade all ele- 'banners callmg for higher wages,
ment there to set aside the les- 4,:hshorter working hours and fringe
ser issues in order to get on with s. M1 t benefits.
the great tasks of the country," he mstspl
fuk xdanwscnerne The most spectacular strike par- i
Rusktolda nes cofereceade was in central Paris, where
He indicated this had been Pre- thosans of strie arched.
thousands of strikers marched
sident Johnson's response, too, to Police estimated the throng at
an appeal by Buddhist leader t? .: e 3,000;unionleaders said 70,000.
Thich Tri Quang on Monday for
U.S. intercession against Premier -Associated Press wih themar e ns rrand chanted
Nguyen Cao KY's military move towihterdmnsadcnet
bring the dissident city of Do VIETNAMESE YOUTHS crouch near antigovernment soldier manning a recoilless rifle on a street "Charot des sous" - Some pen-
Nang into line, corner in Da Nang yesterday. Marines and paratroops of Premier Ky tried to extend their hold on nies, Charley.
Similar Advice the city. Traffic Stalled
Similar advice is being given to Many in the crowds along thef
government leaders in Saigon and NEW I street applauded. Traffic was{
others in a U.S. effort to prevent *IJ P4 OIitI TM1 Nl : backed up for blocks.
the crisis from flaring into civil The most spectacular effects of1
war and to keep the constitution- ; 17'bsthe strike were almost general cutsi
ntpro e innelhectrikcityorand a sharp lowering
al process on the track, inform- 1 iIeecrciy1nda hrploerngatssad.en ailutre f it h t(f gas pressure. Elevators halted,
Rusk said the South Vietnam- IIthere were few stop-and-go lights
ese also are being counseled that CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (P) - the diagnosis that informed sour- arated on schedule, falling into and householders, hotelkeepers
their domestic squabbling has a U.S. space officials-stung by yes- ces had made earlier. the sea separately, had to break out candles or gas
bad impact on the American peo- terday's failure to orbit a target The Gemini 9 flight was an es- "Obviously we've lost, something lanterns. Many streets were gar-
ple who are making a major effort for the Gemini 9 spacecraft - sential step toward working out from the program," flight officials bage-littered since no one picked
to save the Southeast Asian coun- searched for shortcuts to make up moon-flight techniques. said, but added it was too early to up t e sk
tryHfoma Comuis t ntaove, for time lost to the vital program The trouble was pinpointed il tell how much damage was-done Transport also was hard hit,
However, Rusk did not antici- to train Ameicans for their land- it h uceigUS aet h
pate that the current strife would one of two swiveling booster en- to the quickening U.S. race to the with many long-line trains andt
spaeta nth current sroud ing on the moon. gines in the Atlas booster. As the moor. Paris suburban and subway trains
spread into civil war around the The three-week postponement other swiveling engine and the When the Gemini 9 mission is halted. In Paris, army trucks were1
country. He portrayed the Saigon of the Gemini 9 could be cut - main engine tried to correct for definitely rescheduled, it will not pressed into service for cummut-
critics as both anti-Communist. perhaps by a week - if the the wild activity of the erratic en- be attempted with an Agena. In- ers. English Channel boat service1
Lodge Leaves launch complex can be cleaned up gine, the entire Atlas-Agena stead an Augmented Target Dock- was doubly affected-by the Bri-i
Earlier in the day the U.S. am- quickly and another Atlas rcoket swung into an oceanward plunge. ing Adapter, which is not a flying tish maritime strike and the
bassador to South Viet Nam, Hen- can be checked out to make sure It happened just 10 seconds be- engine like the Agena, will be put French strikes.
ry Cabot Lodge wound up a it does not fail again, fore the Atlas booster engines into orbit so that the Gemini 9 The strikers are seeking a min-1
week's review with administration It was the Atlas that failed yes- were to stop firing and about four pilots can practice some of the imum wake of $120 a month, a
terday - its swiveling engines, minutes before the Agena target docking maneuvers with it. 40-hour week, better pension ben-f
Saigon. On the way he is stopping designed to propel and steer the ship was to take off on its own. The maneuvers are essential to efit and other advantages. The
at Seoul, South Korea, for two rocket, suddenly going wild. A command stopped the Agena the U.S. techniques of getting to government fears dangerous infla-
days. South Korea is contributing Air Force officials confirmed from firing, and both rockets sep- the moon. tion if it gives in to the demands.
large forces in the South Vietnam.- :....:...;..:.;..:........,
ese campaign.
Lodge told reportoers "there will?
be no major change in policy" as,
the result of his discussions here, D
"but we will attempt to perfect, s
enrich and im prove our program s -....**........ .. .: . .. .i..*.*..*...*..*....f ,.....:... :::,.:...
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the Viet Nam conflict. served.

Associated Press News Analyst
Associated Press Special Correspondent
Political turmoil in South Viet
Nam could bring about what the
Communists long have sought:
Creation of an untenable rear for
their foes which might lead even-
tually to a political Dien Bien Phu.
U.S. administration leaders are
pictured now as determined to
support a strong military role in
any future Saigon government, if
that government is to have any
chance of building a nation and
fighting a war simultaneously.
But it has become doubtful that
even military men in South Viet
Nam are able to establish any
real unity of purpose so far as evo-
lution of the state is concerned.
Fourteen years ago the French,
facing the debacle at Dien Bien
Phu which swept the Communist
Vietminh to victory in "the; North,
had 200,000 troops in all IndoChi-
na, exclusive of Vietnamese forces.
This included army, navy and air
forces in Laos and Cambodia as
well as Viet Nam.
Two-Fold Task
Today the United States has
255,000 troops in South Viet 'Nam
alone. It still appears insufficient
to do the two prime jobs: To con-
qiuer the Communist guerillas and
pacify thhe country.
In all the years of disasters and
coups, the authority of the state
often has seemed about ready to
crumple into anarchy. The mili-
tary men now find themselves
faced with a highly emotional ci-
vilian-Buddhist movement, a vol-

atile and unpredictable movement
which tends to confound political
authority in Saigon.
Ever since the regime of the
late President Ngo Dinh Diem
pushed the then disorganized
Buddhists into militancy, the
Buddhists have been organizing
politically. Now they probably are
the biggest single political factor
in South Viet Nam. And they are
They have been planning to do
everything the state - under mil-
itary control - has failed to do
up to now. They are organizing
on all levels, city by city, town by
town, block by block, family by
family. They are pushing a pro-
gram. for education of youth in
Buddhist ways.
Their power is evident in the
blossoming of big Buddhist cen-
ters in Saigon, Buddhist schools,
Buddhist discussion centers with
Buddhist leaders and politicians
presiding. Many villages now have
Buddhist centers, and while they
say it's religious, it looks political.
The way they are building,
Buddhists now can look forward
to a hope when their various
forms of resistance can control
Saigon regimes.
Powerful Figure
One of the most powerful Budd-
hist figures in South Viet Nam is
Thich Tri Quang. Many in a po-
sition to assess possibilities look
on him as a man who believes he
could organize South Viet Nam,
emerge as the big Buddhist leader
and then make peace both with
the Viet Cong and North Viet

Nam. Perhaps he
eventually might
the dominant fo
munist North.
Tri Quang pr
life to the Am
refuge in the1
1963 when the1
hot on his trailf
until Diem wag
he is regarded b5
with deeps respe
Tri Quang ha
want the Ameri
also is known to
ericans do not
problems of Vie
and interfere m
nation's politics.
been heard to f
peace talks with
Many of his fo
iously ambivaler
cans. They seem
to the war and
icans out, 'and a
fear that the A
that some day t:
any event, will
and, dry, at the mi
and perhaps the
Many, howeve
they are building
haps they do not
is, going to be, 1
see prospects for
structing a syst
control much of
The state - whe
military or not -
squeezed betweex
tical power and t
Eventualy the
ther military gov
ericans. The Bud
this. In fact, son
site. But from th
powerful element
in that direction

believes he even
make Buddhism
)rce in the Com-
robably owes his
ericans. He took
U.S. Embassy in
Diem regime was
and did not leave
dead. Now, at 43,
y many Buddhists
ct as a political
s said he doesn't
cans to leave. He
feel that the Am-
understand the
t Nam or Asia,
o much in he
At times he has
Oster the idea of
North Viet Nam.
ence Seen
Ilowers seem cu-
t about Amei
rto want an end
eowant the Amen-
at the sametime
mericans will go,
he Americans, in
leave them high
nercy of the North
distrusted Chin-
r, seem to feel
g something. Pen-
yet ko what it
but they seem to
rsuccess in con-
emn which could
fthe population.
ether ruled by the
-- would then be
n Buddhist poli-
the Viet Cong.
,re might be nei-
,ement nor Am-
idhists do not say
.ne say 'the oppo-
e looks of things,
s may be headed

World News Roundup

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Construction proj-
ects in Lower Michigan picked up
speed yesterday following agree-
ment on a new contract with De-
troit-area bricklayers and ratifica-
tion of a pact by southwest Mich-
igan laborers.
"Everybody who had work be-
fore the strike has gone back to
the job today as far as I know,"
said William Ogden, an official
of the Southwest Michigan Labor-
ers Council.
* * *

industrials lost 3.39 points , at
864.14. The Associated Press 60-
stock average fell 2.7 to 313.7.
The brokerage firm, Bache &
Co., said the recent downturn was
triggered by Viet Nam uncertain-
ties, tight money, reaction to spec-
ulative overexuberance, a clouded
1967 economic outlook and a large
amount of investment funds soak-
ed up by special offerings of


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* * *
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struggled unsuccessfully yesterday
to maintain a rally and fell to
another new 1966 low.
It was the fourth consecutive
losing session but the decline was
not nearly a ssevere as those of
Monday and last week.
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