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THURSDAY, 15 APRIL 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THURSDAY, 15 APRIL 1965 TUE MtCIttC~AN UAIIV 1~ A tIE' 'i'~~ E~EI

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Washington Rejects

Union Gets "DRASTIC OVERHAUL":

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New Steel
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Authorizes Aid Request

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Ne oti1ation r
Hanoi Offer Seen as Hinting
Possible Coneiliatory Move
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following article is an analysis of Washington's
rejection of North Viet Nam's proposals for ending the fighting in South
Viet sam.
By CLARENCE FANTO
Despite Washington's rejection yesterday of a new North Viet
"Nam proposal to end the Vietnamese war, some American officials
view Hanoi's suggestions as a softening of their previously hard line
on negotiations. -
The four-point North Vietnamese offer called for a recognition
of the territorial integrity of all Vietnam. Pending reunification of
North and South, it asked a return to the "military provisions" of the
1964 Geneva accord barring foreign troops from Vietnam.
Hanoi's proposal also asked that the South Vietnamese be allowed
to determine their own national policy in accordance with the program
of the Viet Cong's political arm, the National Liberation Front.
The long-term aim of North Vietnam's proposal was termed "the
peaceful unification of Vietnam by the two zones without any foreign
interference."
One official claimed the plan would deliver South Vietnam into
the hands of the Communists. The implicit Hanoi demand for re-
See U.S., Page 7

cposal
U.S. Fears
Communist

.j WASHINGTON (A') - A two- usual one, and the requirement for with an amendment by Fulbright
Pyear foreign aid authorization of revamping the program, to authorize a two-year spending
PITTSBURGH AP} - The steel ,$3.5 billion each year was ap- Rep. Thomas E. Morgan, (D- program of $3 million a year Only
industry, hoping to avert an econ- proved yesterday by the Senate Pa.), chairman of the House For- Sens. John J. Williams, (R-Del),
omy-jarring May 1 strike, has Foreign Relations Committee. It eign Afairs Committee- vhich is and Karl E. Mundt, (R-S.D.),
made its first concrete proposals included a provision aimed at fore- coasidering a o9e-year , !'author- voted against this.
to end a deadlock in contract ing a drastic overhaul of the pro- i.sa": on-has :..sted on the' status
talks with the United Steelwork- gram by mid-1967. quo in handong the aid legisla- On the committee's 14-1 vote
ItUowassaspartial.victo f ntion at least for another year. approving the bill, Morse was the
Union sources said yesterday mittee chairman J. W. Fubright, The amendment to end the aid to carry to the Senate floor his
the proposals offer a compromise. (D-Ark.), who wants the aid pro- in its present form by June 30, fight for sharp cuts in the authori-
One would swap guaranteed con-!
tc m v nts o ahre-gram revamped but has gao en 1967, was offered by Morse and zation totals and for a series of
mothetesin Teoterwul ower it hsplntospi teapproved 14-0, policy changes which the commit-
involve an immediate, but condi- assstance into separate economic Morse was persuaded to go along tee voted down.
tinonlve t im ent t co n d -andemilitary packages.
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Kuvxaiacc cicu tiit vuu ocreopened by either side at any Indications were that as a re-
time. suit he might reconsider his ear-
One top union source said that tier ow not to manage tlhe aid
Officials Report Gain ebill in the Senate unless it was
~ieias ~ .7aiiithe extension appeared to be thespi.Htodnwmnaery-
i ie split. He told newsmen after yes-
In Government Fight most likely. terday's action, however, he is not
Union Meetings ready to commit himself one way
WASHINGTON (AP)-North Viet The proposals were discussed at or the other since the measure will
Nam's four-point peace plan got a series of union meetings and at not reach the floor until probably
a cold reception in Washington one joint union-industry session. mid-May or later.
yesterday, on grounds it would al- Today's action was actually a
legedly mean a Communist take- "We talked about extensions and compromise between the views of
over of South Viet Nam. interim agreements but nothing Fulbright and those of Sen.
Although avoiding an outright was decided," said Joseph Molony, Wayne Morris, (D-Ore), who
rejection, a state department apparent vice president-elect of agree on the need for an over-
spokesman said of Hanoi's broad- the union. haul but disagree on some points
cast proposal for United States Sources on both sides agreed of what the end result should be
withdrawal and "peaceful reuni- that some decision will have to But even if the Se.ate goes
fication of Viet Nam": come soon. If the industry decides along with the committee, troiibie
"We are studying the reports it faces a strike it must start by may lie ahead for both the two-
.. as indeed we study all reports next week to shut down the mills. year authorization, instead of the
of statements by the North Viet-
namese .. ." Reduce Tension
Neutralist Appeal The aim of both the proposals
The spokesman, press officer would be to remove the crisis air
Robert J. McCloskey, again prod- from bargaining while the union
ded the 'Reds for an answer to settled its internal troubles.
the appeal by 17 neutralist nations Union President David J. Mc-R oundup
for no-preconditions peace talks Donald reportedly has been de-
on Viet Nam. He noted President feated for re-election by secre-
Lyndon B. Johnson gave the U.S. tary-treasurer I. W. Abel. Official By The Associated Press
response in his April 7 speech of- results of the election are due TOLEDO - President Johnson
fering unconditional discussions. about May 1. concluded an airplane tour of
On the progress of the war it- Two months of bargaining were Midwest flood and tornado areas
self, U.S. officials said the number lost because of the bitter election yesterday saying he had never
of Viet Cong units and amount of campaign and an extension has seen such total destruction. He
filtration from the Communisbeen the industry's prime aim. t promised speedy, extensive feder-
north has increased measurably has said it can't bargain with a al aid.
in the last six months. The guer- divided union. Meanwhile, the swollen Missis-
rillas now control more than half sippi River, on its annual
of South Viet Nam. "The industry has insisted on spring rampage, spread destruc-
But statistics indicate an im- Aug. 1," said one union source in tion across Minnesota lowlands
provement along with a boost in describing the proposal to extend and continued downstream, threat-
South Vietnamese morale since the contract in return for guar- ening scores of communities in its
the U.S. air strikes of the north antees that some union demands path.
began in February, it was stated. would be met.,j
Government Victories The source said that the guar- WASHINGTON - The House
Among the figures given newsmen; antees most likely would involve voted overwhelmingly yesterday to
Saigon government forces are wage increases since their immedi- give its Committee on Un-Ameri-
now killing three Viet Cong for ate cost would be fairly simple can Activities a $50000 appropria-
See HANOI, Page 7 for the companies to figure. tion to begin an investigation of
-- --- the Ku Klux Klan. But some
-~ - Iouse members protested that the
inquiry should be turned over to
Ithe Judiciary Committee or some
Coine in and see our new ther group.

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BOGALUSA, La.-Negro pickets
staged a march in front of mid-
town stores yesterday, but white
segregationists countered by drop-
ing leaflets condemning Negro
leader Martin Luther King and
parading signs stating "The Ku
Klux Klan is watching you."

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WASHINGTON -A Commerce
Department report issued last
night showed that United States
economic expansion during the
first quarter of this year was the
greatest in a five-year period. Rec-
ord high volume of automobile
sales was singled out as a major
factor in the unequalled prosper-
ity.
Some of the sharp gain in auto-
mobile production was attributed
o r to a natural rebound following
strikes by auto workers last fall,
but a major part of it apparently
stemmed from a keen demand for
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South Bend, Van Horne & Co
MICHIGAN
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Albion, Tuchtenhogen's Jewelers
Allegan, Paul R. McFarland,
Jeweler
Alpena, Kennedy's Jewelers
Ann Arbor, Schlanderer & Sons
Battle Creek, Roy S. Bailey
Jewelers
Bay City, Herman Hiss & Co.,
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Bay City, Simmons Jewelers
Big Rapids, Emil's Jewelry
Birmingham, Connolly's Jewelers
Birmingham, Demery's
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Buchanan, Watson's Jewelry
Caro, Dyer's Jewelry
Charlotte, Young's Jewelry
Cheboygan, Rogers Jewelry
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Hastings, Patrick C. Hodges,
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Hillsdale, Roger Losey Jeweler's
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Jackson, Meagher's in Jacobsons
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