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TUESDAY, 13 APRIL 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, 13 APRIL 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGK TWRWJ~

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Power Plays in Viet Nam Heads Seek SOCIAL RESEARCH:
New Latin Polls May Remnd
Gain; Officers Disappear Trade Bond Federal Officials

A GRADUATION GIFT
Which Girls Will Love

SAIGON, Viet Nam (?) - Power
plays within South Viet Nam's
high command seemed yesterday
to be gaining the kind of momen-
tum that in the past has led to
coups. A number of-officers have
J disappeared and there were ru-
mors of some arrests.
A resurgence of military poli-
tics brought the ouster of the:
commanders of the navy and theI
Saigon special military district at
the weekend while the United
States was landing additional Ma-
rines for duty at Da Nang and
Hue in the war against the Viet
Cong.
The odd men out were Adm.
Tan Cang, the navy commander'

who had surmounted a mutiny
Thursday by 20 junior officers,
and Brig. Gen. Pham Van Dong,
the Saigon military district com-
mander who has been highly re-
spected by the U.S. mission.
Corruption Charges
Charges of corruption were lev-
elled against both, but it was ap-
parent there was much more in-
volved.
Concerned officers of the U.S.
military command were assured
Saturday night that Dong's com-
mand would not be affected and
that Cang was still at the navy's
helm pending investigation. But
it developed Sunday that both had

been fired ,along with their depu-
ties.
Cang and Dong had powerful
enemies in the armed forces coun-
cil. Notable among them are the
air force commander, Brig. Gen.
Nguyen Cao Ky, and the com-
mander of the First Army Corps
Brig. Gen. Nguyen Chanh Thi.
Navy CommandI
Usually reliable sources said
command of the navy has been
given to Brig. Gen. Le Nguyen
Khang, a marine.
Khang had an urgent confer-
ence at a downtown coffee shop
yesterday with one of Thi's agents,
Col. Phan Vieu, chief of the na-
tional police. It appeared that ,at
least for the moment, Khang was
working with Thi.
Several other military elements,
all capable of attempting a coup,
also were known to be extremely

MEXICO CITY (4P) - A Latin ' By CLARENCE FANTO
American common market, includ-
ing Cuba, was urgently recom- Surveys of public opinion on foreign policy can remind Washing-
mended yesterday by four flu- ton officials that sentiment within the nation often differs from
the area's economic union. official administration policies, a University research director says.
Dr. Martin C. Patchen, senior project director at the Survey Re-
If accepted ,the proposal could search Center of the Institute for Social Research, commented re-
jeopardize the U.S.-sponsored eco- cently that a portion of the American public often adopts well-found-
nomic blockade of Fidel Castro's ed positions on important foreign,-
Communist regime.

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policy issues wien dier from
U.S. officials have advocated a views prevalent in the mass media
Latin American common market, and in official statements.
but have recommended continued This group of relatively well-
.ni. o uinformed individuals is often
economic isolation of Cuba. aware of relatively subtle aspects
The new common market alan of international disputes, he said.

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Companions to Reeb Testify
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was submitted to Mexican Presi-
dent Gustavo Diaz Ordaz and the
ambassadors of all other Latin,
American countries. The 30-page
blueprint will be made public Sat-
urday.

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F or Alabama
y SELMA,, Ala. (AP)--Two compa
Boston on the night he was fatally
a grand jury considering evidence a
Reeb's slaying.
Testifying before the Dallas C
Orloff F. Miler, 25, of Boston and th
Calif. Both are white. The ministez
Johnson OKs

School, Bill
f JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (/P)-On
Sunday President Lyndon B.
Johnson signed intoi law a $1.3
billion education aid bill he says
will bring "quality and equality"
to schooling.
At a simple ceremony two miles
from his ranch home, Johnson
quite evidently reached the high
point of a busy weekend that saw
him select retired Vice Adm. Wil-
liam F. Raborn as new chief of
the Central Intelligence Agency
and sound a fresh warning of
American determination in Viet
Nam.
Johnson said of the education
bill:
"As President of .the United
States, I believe deeply no law I
have signed or will ever sign
means more to the future of
America."
"It represents a major new
commitment of the federal gov-
ernment to quality and equality
in the schooling that we offer
our young people ...

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active.
U ry Tanks Landed } s
Tanks and artillery were landed n
nions of the Rev. James Reeb of atDa Nang, the air base centerd
380 miles northeast of Saigon,
beaten testified yesterday before where 1400 fresh Marines hit the V
against four white men charged in beach Saturday. Another batal- t
lion, the fourth to be committed, a
ounty Grand Jury were the Rev. is due shortly. c
e Rev. Clark Olson, 32, of Berkeley, A Marine source said the artil-
rs, who were beaten together with lery of the four battalions, rang-
>Reeb on March 9 after they had ing from eight-inch howitzers to
eaten in a Negro cafe in Selma, caisson-mounted 4.2-inch mortars,
could rain eight tons of high ex-
refused to comment on their ses- plosive shells on a given area
sion with the grand jury which t n
lastd a hou an a hlf.within one minute.
lasted an hour and a half. The Da Nang air base ranks
Home Immediately high on the list of potential tar-
An attorney, William Manley gets for a Viet Cong thrust. U.S.
of Boston, accompanied them to military authorities consider a
the courthouse. Both said they mass attack on the base to be
were flying home immediately. both improbable and suicidal, but
The men charged with the slay- do not rule out the possibility
ing of the Unitarian minister are small Viet Cong units may try to
Odel Hoggle; his brother, William sneak close enough to open up
Hoggle; R. B. Kelley and Elmei1 with mortars.
Cook.
The ministers were in Selma in
early March to aid in the Negro s s
voter drive. J I,~t E Tabs)'
Under Alabama law, first-de-
gree murder is punishable by death Raborn To Be
or life imprisonment. The jury
determines the sentence.
Tension Eased eader of
Meanwhile, racial tension eased;
in Louisiana with a calm weekend. WASHINGTON (P) - Retired
Negro leaders and city officials Vice Adm. William F. Raborn, Jr.
in Bogalusa opened talks aimed headed back for Washington yes-
at solving racial problems. terday ,this time to become the
At Jonesboro, La., 160 miles to new chief of the Central Intelli-
the northeast, a four-month-old gence Agency.
"defensive team ,"called the Dea- Raborn, 59, was tabbed for the
cons of Defense and Justice, says spot Sunday by President Lyndon
it "stands ready to shoot back if B. Johnson. He succeeds John A.
attacked." McCone, the West Coast indus-
Ernest Thomas of Jonesboro, a trialist who became head of the
regional vice-president of the super-secret agency in 1961.
Deacons, said the Deacons have There have been reports since
no connection with any other civil last December that McCone want-
rights organization. ed to return to private life.
In Atlanta, segregationist Les- The selection of his successor
ter Maddox, who fought an un- was announced shortly after the
successful battle to keep Negroes President signed the $1.3 billion
out of his restaurant, went on school aid bill while weekending
trial yesterday on charges of at his Johnson City, Tex., ranch.
pointing a pistol at another. Raborn, like the President a na-
$1000 Bond tive of Texas, was on hand.
Maddox, now free under $1000 Asked when the job switch
bond, has leased his restaurant would take place, the President
to two former employes. replied that Raborn was to return
The battle over the Negro vot- with him to Washington yester-
ing rights bill shifts to the House day.
Judiciary Committee this week Raborn will leave the vice-pres-
with the Johnson administration idency of Aerojet General Corpo-
hoping to prevent any further ration to take over his new post.
broadening of the measure. He retired from the Navy in Sep-
The Senate Jundiciary Com- tember, 1963, after serving as dep-
mittee and'a House subcommittee uty chief of naval operations for
have already added provisions the research, a job in which he also
administration doesn't want - was based in Washington.
chiefly one repealing poll taxes A friend of Raborn's described
in state and local elections. him as a man who "can really
Atty. Gen. Nicholas Katzenbach cut through the fog."
said this provision "may raise ser- Raborn's naval career was not
ious, practical problems if it is limited to the office and the
held unconstitutional." laboratory.
For a Happy

The chief impetus for a drastic
hakeup of Latin America's eco-
nomic relations comes from Presi-
dent Eduardo Frei of Chile, a pro-
Western leftist who is pushing I
hrough far-reaching economic
nd social reforms in his own
country.

Informed Core
On the other hand, he contin-
ued, surveys have consistently
found that a hard core of the
population is uninformed about
nearly all foreign policy issues.
This group, he said, usually is
composed of about one-quarter of
the population. Most of the unin-
formed population consists of
those with little education, the
surveys have shown.
Patchen directed a study of the
American public's view of U.S. pol-
See ADMINISTRATION, Page 8

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WASHINGTON (AP)-West Ber-
lin's Mayor Willy Brandt, arriv-c
ing in Washington last night for
talks with President Lyndon B.
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The mayor, who is also chair-
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Party and candidate for chan- Read
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tion, came to Washington after a Mn
week of Communist squeeze on
his city. ________

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By The Associated Press
A stunned Midwest counted its
tornado dead at 223 yesterday,
} and expected the toll of a vi-
cious Palm Sunday weather on-
slaught to rise further.
Still crippled were communica-
tions, utilities, and normal serv-
ices of half a hundred communi-
ties. Water shortage and health
perils were spectres of the after-
math.
The juggernaut of tornadoes,
starting in Iowa, which was rela-
tively unscathed ,smashed a path
eastward across a heavily popu-
lated region to Ohio before eas-
ing its punishment.
WASHINGTON-The Defense
Department announced yesterday
award of the first production con-
tract, totaling more than $1.5
billion, for the controversial TFX
fighter plane.
The contract, coveringprocure-
ment of 431 Air Force and Navy
models of the plane, was granted
to General Dynamics Corp., Fort
Worth, Tex.
* The plane is known as the F-
111A in its Air Force version, and
as the F-111B in its Navy form.

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