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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PAGE THREI

U.S. Asks Congo
Free Civilians
Kenyatta Refuses To Aid Captives,
Appeals To Thant for Intervention
WASHINGTON (M)-The United States agreed yesterday to a
Congolese rebel offer to negotiate for the safety of Americans now
in rebel hands.
The State Department announced U.S. acceptance as concern
mounted for the welfare of some 60 rebel-held Americans now that
Congolese government forces have launched their drive on the rebel
capital, Stanleyville. The U.S. message offered to send a representative

King Calls
FIIPolicy
Too .lenient
BIMINI, Bahamas (R')-Dr. Mar-
tin Luther King Jr. said yesterday
I the FBI under the direction of J.
Edgar Hoover is "following the

SHIPYARDS, ICBMS:
McNamara Details Cut
Of Aging Defense Bases
WASHINGTON (P)-Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamaraf
yesterday ordered the shutdown of two naval shipyards, six bomber
bases and the removal of 150 older intercontinental ballistic missilest
which he said "have served their purpose."t

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PRIME MINISTER KENYATTA
Klan Assaults
Union Member
Laurel, Miss. (A) - A dispute
between the Ku Klux Klan and
a local labor union over the union's
acceptance of a federal order call-
ing for equal treatment of white
and Negro workers has flared into
violence with the beating of a
union official by hooded assail-
ants.
Ottis Matthews, financial sec-
retary of the International Wood-
workers of America, escaped seiz-
ure Wednesday night by two un-
known persons after being beaten
and burned by two carloads of
hooded men Monday night.
The union charged in a local
newspaper that the Klan has been
intimidating union members and
asserted that "any attempt to im-
pede members' "travel on public
roads would be met by death."
ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
Use of This Column for Announce-
muents is available to officially recog-
nized and registered student organiza-
tions only. Forms are available in Room
1011 SAB.
Guild House, Friday luncheon dis-
cussion, Dr. F. N. Menefee: "Science
and Religion-Food for Thought," Nov.
20, 12-1 pm., Friday evening informal
with Rev. Roy Wilson, Willow Run-
Ypsilanti, 7:30 p.m., Guild House, 802
Monroe.
* * *
Michigan Christian Fellowship, Lee-
ture: "Can an Agnostic Be a Chris-
tian?" Speaker, Dr. Joseph L. Gra-
bill, Fri., Nov., 20, 7:30 p.m., Michigan
Union.-
Newman Student Association, Latin
American dinner, Nov. 20, 6 p.m., -31
Thompson St.
* * *
unitarian Student Group, Jeffrey
Goodman discusses XES on campus,
Nov. 22, 7 p.m., 1917 Washtenaw.
Rides at Michigan Union, Markley at
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to meet with a rebel representative
at a time and place in an east
or central African capital of
Gbenye's choosing, or to negotiate
under the auspices of the Organi-
zation of African Unity, as Gbenye
had indicated he preferred.
In order to speed up the pro-
posed discussion, the U.S. message
urged Gbenye to provide the
American Consul in Stanleyville,
Michael Hoyt, with communication
facilities. The rebels have been
holding the U.S. consular staff
prisoner ' along with the other
Americans, mostly missionaries.
Meanwhile, in Nairobi Kenya's
Prime Minister Jomo Kenyatta
refused to send a mercy mission
to Stanleyville to negotiate the
evacuation of captive civilians. He
said he would not act until there
is a cease-fire in the Congo.
Kenyatta is chairman of the
OAU's special commission trying
to bring about "a reconciliation in
the Congo.
He appealed to U.N. Secretary-
General U Thant to use what in-
fluence he may have "on (Premier
Moise) Tshombe's supporters out-
side Africa" to achieve this cease-
fire.
World News
Roundup
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON - Secretary of
Labor W. Willard Wirtz launched
the $110 million to $150 million
Neighborhood Youth Corps project
yesterday with the aim of 'helping,
young people who live econom-
ically on "dead-end streets."
* * *
DETROIT - Ford Motor ,Com-
pany and the United Auto Work-
ers Union ended yesterday's local-
level negotiations without settle-
ment. The talks were aimed at
ending strikes which Ford blames
for reducing its automobile output.
* * *
LUCKNOW, India-Prime Min-
ister Lal Bahadur Shastri yester-
day called Red China's atomic ex-
plosion a childish effort to cow
us into joining the arms race. "If
we fall into the trap and decide
to make our own bomb, then China
will have achieved its object," he
said.

path "of appeasement . . . in the The actions were among 95. consolidations, reductions and dis-
South." continuances of military bases which he discussed in broad outline
The Negro integration leader, yesterday Most of the actions will be completed by mid-1966, and
smarting under criticism by Hoov- all but one by 1970. When finished,
er, also accused the FBI chief of McNamara said, the actions will'
"faltering under the heavy burden produce $477 million in annual P p
and the criticisms of his office." savings, and cut manpower byI
His comments came in reply to' 63,401 "without in any way reduc- !
Hoover's statement in a rare news ing military effectiveness."
conference Wednesday that King
"is the most notorious liar in th Eighty of the bases and in-
cutry." stallations are in 33 states and
count. the District of Columbia. The West German and British docu-
Appeasement others are in Europe and the ments again have raised the con-
The FBI, King said, "is follow- western hemisphere, but their troversy over Pope Pius XII's sym-
ing the path of appeasement of identity was not disclosed pend- pathies in World War II.
political powers in the South. If ing discussions with the govern- According to the German mag-
this continues, the reign of terror ments involved. azine Der Spiegel, these documents
in Mississippi, Alabama and Geor- In addition to naval shipyards allege that the pontiff sympa-
gia will increase rather than sub- and bomber bases, McNamara's thiezed with the Axis powers and
side." -economy acts struck at Army and tried to persuade the United States
King, who came to this tiny Air Force training bases, radar and Great Britain to shift to Ger-
Bahamian island to write his stations, arsenals, ordnance plants many's side in the war against
speech accepting the Nobel Peace and a variety of other military the Soviet Union.
Prize, said he was certain Hoover activities which are considered Der Spiegel reports that. Nazi
"would not have made such a surplus or obsolete. foreign policy documents, soon to
vicious accusation without being McNamara said that 150 Atlas be published in book form, reveal-
under extreme pressure. E, Atlas F and Titan I liquid fuel ed that the Pope sent an Italian
"This pressure," he said, "has missiles are being inactivated be- architect Enrico Pietro Galeazzi,
come on the racial front and from cause of "our now sizeable inven- to seek the help of Francis Card-
the Warren report raising serious tory of Titan II and Minuteman inal Spellman in New York to
questions about the effectiveness missiles which have far greater carry out his anti-Communist
of the FBI.''msss ae rgael
SixtOthers"capabilities and can be operated plan.
Six Others and maintained at a fraction of While Spellman was not im-
King drew support from six the cost of the earlier models." mediately available for comment,!
other Negro leaders, who told a high Vatican source said the
President Lyndon B. Johnson they The inactivated missiles are documents were 'clearly partisan
share King's views that the FBI because of their source. They are
has not provided protection for fire vehicles which were the ear- documents from only one of the
Negroes in the South. liest in place while the United
"We expressed our disagreement States was building up its ad- The magazine claimedthe
with Mr. Hoover's characterization vanced missile force or solid fuel, documents report that the pontiff
of Dr. King," said Roy Wilkins, quick-firing Minutemen, felt that the Nazi army was
executive director of the National the only defense against Com-
Association for the Advancement munism in Europe.
of Colored People. Union, Papers_
Hoover, in his news conference, R 'E I'
said King had advised Negroes not flB d $
to report civil rights violations toN
the FBI office in Albany, Ga., be-
cause the staff members were WASHINGTON (P)-The Fed- INSTN T
southerners. eral Mediation and Conciliation S.I L E N C E

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ganizations concerned with student
employment.
Approved: That SGC recommend that
formal classes be cancelled on Monday,
Dec. 14, by individual professors. This
recommendation is pursuant to a mo-
tion passed on October 28 urging a
three-day study period and the rec-
ommendation of other student groups.'
Events
The following sponsored student
events are approved for the coming
weekend. Social chairmen are remind-
ed that requests for approval for social!
events are due in the Office of Stu-
dent Affairs not later than 12 o'clock
noon on Tuesday prior to the event.o
FRI., NOV. 20--
Alpha Epsilon Pi, TGIF (4-5:30); Al-
pha Xi Delta, Formal Dance; Alpha
Gamma Delta, Theme Party; Beta The-
ta Pi, TGIF (4-6); Collegiate Sorosis,
Dance; Delta Delta Delta, Barn Par-
ty; Delta Upsilon, TGIF (4-6); Hins-
dale House, Open Open; Kappa Delta,
Fall Formal; Lambda Chi Alpha, TGIF
(4-7); Phi Epsilon Pi, Party; Phi
Kappa Tau, Closed Party; P1 Lambda
Phi, TGIF (4-6); Sigma Phi Epsilon.
TGIF (3:30-6:30); Tyler House, Open
Open; Van Tyne, Open Open; Zeta
Tau Alpha, Fall Dance.
SAT., NOV. 21-
Adams House, House Party; Alpha
Delta Phi, Pledge Formal Open Open;
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Party; Alpha Omi-
cron Pi, Rose Ball; Alpha Rho Chi,:
Pledge Formal; Anderson, Open Open;
Beta Theta Pi, Party; Chi Phi, Monte:
Carlo Party; Chi Psi, Pledge Formal;
Cooley House, Open Open; Delta Chi,
Bohemian Party; Delta Kappa Epsilon,1
Band Party; Delta Sigma Phi, Green-1
wich Village Theme; Delta Tau Delta,
Party; Delta Upsilon, Party.4
Evans Scholars. Party; Greene, Open
Open; Hayden, Open Open; Hinsdale,
Open Open; Michigan, Open OpenI
(1:30-4); Michigan, Band Dance (3:30-
6); Phi Epsilon Pi, Party; Phi Gamma
Delta, Band Party; Phi Kappa Tau,-
Closed Party; Phi Sigma Delta, Fire-
side; Phi Sigma Kappa, Playboy. Par-1
ty; Prescott House, Open Open; Scott(

House, Open Open; Sigma Alpha Epsi- Equitable Life Assurance Society,
lon, Rose Bowl Party; Sigma Nu, Pledge Detroit-Sales positions for married
Formal; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Band Par- men, age 30-40 with successful bkgd.
ty. Bendix Systems Div., Ann Arbor '-
Strauss, Mixer with Eastern Mich.; Industrial Librarian, MLS, male or
Theta Chi, Pledge Party; Theta Delta female, pref. 2 yrs. exper, to head
Chi, Victory over OSU Party; Tyler company library.
House, Open Open; Zeta Psi, Toga The Fideler Co., Grand Rapids, Mich.
Party. -Positions available for editorial writ-
SUN., NOV. 22- ers, seals repres.,. & admin. assistant.
Betsy Barbour, Open Open; Chi Phi, Grads or Dec. grads with "B" aver-
Buffet Supper with Chi Omega (6- age for textbook publisher.
7:30); Jordan Hall, Hootenanny. Swift & Co., Chicago, 11l. - Various
openings including : 1. Mktg. Trainees,
BAin Econ., Bus. Ad., or Mktg. 2.
Forei n lisfl Mktg. Analyst (MBA) for mkt. res.
Thefoloigar hs Bkgd A in mktg., econ., & statistics. 3.
The following are the foreign vlsi- Phosphate Chemists, BS ChE. 4. Mm-i
tors programmed through the Interne-ing Engr., BS. 5. Research Chemists,
this week on the dates indicated. Pro- PhS. Chem . Organic, Biochem.;,,&
gram arrangements are being made by-Pya.Che.
Mrs. Clifford R. Miller, neraional sangamo Electric Co., Springfield,
Centert6.-Quality Control engr. BS in ME,
Cet er, 764-2148.Bsu IE or EE with interest in electronics.
rs.MR nque Basque. ecretary-Gen- Ability to speak & write well, & an-
I Red oss o the Ivory Coast, alyze detailed information.
C. H. Liu Fulbrigh omsin
C. H.Linu, NFu.bri-ht Commission, !For further information, please call
Taiwan, China, Nov. 18-21. 1764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
Detroit Civil Service-Mr. Walters will
TEACHER PLACEMENT: interview students Tues., Dec. 1, for
The following Michigan schools have positions at the Detroit Zoo available
recorded vacancies for now and/or next to residents of Detroit & suburbs.
semester. Openings for park maintenance- assist-
Marine City, Mich. (St. Clair River ! ants, play leaders, camp counselors,
Area)-Type A Mentally Handicapped; public service attendants, swimming
Elem. Physically Handicapped. Now, positions & student engineers. Also
2nd Semester, or Sept. student technical assistants in bus.
Unionville, Mich.-English grades 8 ad., soc. sci., & general sci, and stu-
10 & 11. dent medical assistant/extern.
* * * * * *
For additional information contact For further information, come to
the Bureau of Appointments, Educa- Summer Placement, 212 SAB.
tion Division, 3200 SAB, 764-7462.EM
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
POSITION OPENINGS: VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
Farmers Insurance Group, South- sign schedule posted at 128-H W. Engrg.
field, Mich. - Claim Repres. Immed. for appointments with the following:
opening for male grad between 23- NOV. 24-
35. Exper. not required. Hydromation Engineering, Inc., Li-
Power Controls Div., Owosso, Mich. vonia, Mich.-BS: ME. U.S. Citizen pref.
-Engineers. ME, BE &' Hydraulic. Im- Des. & Sales, Fluid Systems Engrg.
med. opening for exper. man in des. or Reserve Mining Co., Silver Bay, Minn.
testing of pneumatic or hydraulic pow- -BS: BE, IE, ME & Met. R. & D.,
er units. Des., Prod. & Maintenance.

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Memorial Sabbath Service
Yahrzeit of Pres. John F. Kennedy
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No Appointment
The FBI chief said King also
refused to make an appointment
with him to receive proof that
four of the five Albany agents
were born in the North.
King denied this, saying his
secretary had searched his mail
and telephone records in vain for
any such request to meet with
Hoover.
"The fact that no arrests have
been made in the brutalities at
Albany, the murder of three civil
rights workers in MissIssippi and
the bombing of a church in Bir-
mingham, has left us all dis-
couraged," King said.
King said, "This has encouraged
individuals on the lunatic fringe to
feel that they are aided and abet-
ted by federal agents."
King said he had never made
a blanket criticism of the FBI and
its agents. He said he believed a
Southerner dedicated to his job
can be as effective as one in North.

Service announced yesterday that
negotiations will resume today in
the Detroit newspaper strike.
A spokesman said both sides
had agreed to the meeting at 2
p.m. in the Mediation Service of-
fices in Detroit's Federal Building.
The Mediation Service spokes-
man said the Detroit Newspaper
Publishers Association and Press-
men's Local 13 of the AFL-CIO
International Printing Pressmen
and Assistants' Union had agreed
to meet with a panel of federal
and state mediators.
The only remaining issue is
whether 15 or 16 men will man
the new eight-unit presses at the
News.

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