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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Johnson Seeks Curb

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Asks Taylor o
To 'Consult'
With Huong

nfiltration
Viet Nam

ya'Israel
Clash Again
OverBorder
DAMASCUS P-Syria charged
Israel with "renewed aggression,"
on the Syrian frontier yesterday
and lodged an urgent complaint
with the United Nations Palestine
truce observation organization. ,
An army communique said a 10-,
rnmi^",4 .nm Mnne h no.-

AUTONOMY:
Governors Seek Return
Of Tax Money to States
CHICAGO (MP-Gov. George Romney and four other governors
have endorsed a proposal to return a percentage of federal tax money
annually to the states for unrestricted use.
They are members of the executive committee of the National
Governors' Conference, which is scheduled to meet in Minneapolis
July 25. The committee's resolution endorsing the tax-rebate plan was
adopted Monday at a meeting to make plans for the Minneapolis ses-
sion. The resolution said the committee favored "the proposal to

World News Roundup

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Current
To Stay

U.S. Policy
'Unchanged'

WASHINGTON (P) ' President
Lyndon B. Johnson ordered Am-
bassador Maxwell D. Taylor yes-
terday to consult urgently n with
the South Viet Nam government
of Tram Van Huong on measures
to "improve the war effort against
continuing and increased North
Vietnamese support of the Com.-
munist Viet Cong through Laos."
The presidential directive was
broad enough in its scope to step,
ui the fighting within South Viet
Nam. And it did not rule out othbr
measures, including air strikes
against North Vietnamese supply
routes and personnel in Laos'
mountainous jungles.
The White House issued a 400-
word statement following a mee-
ing between Johnson and his top
advisers, including Secretary of
State Dean Rusk, Secretary of
Defense Robert S. McNamara,
Central Intelligence Agency Ditec-
tor John McCone and Gen. Earle
0. Wheeler, chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff.
Basic Policy
Johnson again stated that it is
basic U.S. policy to provide "all.
possible and useful assistance to
the South Vietnamese people and
government in their struggle to
defeat the externally supported in-
sirgency and aggression being
conducted against them."
In more forceful terms than any
used heretofore, the White House
statement focused on what it
termed "the accumulating evi-
dence of continuing and increased
North Vietnamese support of the
Viet Cong and of North Vietna-
mese forces in, and passing
through, the territory of Laos in
violation of the Geneva accords of
1962." The accords brought about
the neutralization of Laos.
The reference to North Vietna-
mese forces passing through Laos
significantly did not state their,
destination, but laid the basis for
further action if these forces are
engaging in the South Viet Nam
fighting.
Infiltration
The state department has said
repeatedly in the past that there
has been substantial infiltration
from North Viet Nam, although
there has been no reports of
North Vietnamese army units
fighting as units in South Viet
Nam.
In instructing Taylor to consult
with the South Viet Nam govern-
ment, Johnson told him to >con-
sider "measures that should be
taken to improve the situation In
all its aspects."
It said the political situation i.
still difficult but ,the new govern-
merit of Prime Minister Tram
Van Huong was making a deter-
mined effort to strengthen nation-
al unity and maintain law and
order.

5 UnL e goc1 strengthen both the capabilities
curred across the Syrian-Israeli rntheseboth fthe tates
armistice line yesterday morning. by thi aefixe oto s f
A government spokesman said fedretrning a fixed roeortion of
Syria was instructing its UN dele- federal tax revenues each year to
gation to bring "this new Israeli the states without any degree of
aggression" to the attention of Se- federal control attached as a con-
curity Council members. But he dition to the grant..."
did not say whether Syria would The resolution also urged the
ask for a new council meeting on conference's committee on federal-
the border tension. state relations "to take this sub-
The council Monday night sus- ject under immediate considera-
pended indefinitely its debate of tion, confer with appropriate fed-
the Syrian-Israeli'border tension eral officials and assist in the
following air and land clashes Nov. implementation of the proposal."
13. 1 The National Association of
The reported new fighting erupt- State Budget Officers, meeting si-
ed in the same area. multaneously, adopted a statement
concurring with the resolution.
The army communique said one Romney termed the governors'
Israeli armored car penetrated 75 comnittee resolution "very menr
yards into Syrian territory in the toious and very timely."
northern sector of the demilitariz- "Iou a ely. e
ed frontier.. If you take a look at the re-
"dOfrntier. fquirements of local and state gov-
"Our forces fired a few warn- ernments, especially with regard
ing shots in the air. Israeli posi- to the population explosion, it's
tions immediately opened up with obvious they will need additional,
heavymachine, gun fire and a 10- revenue in the future," Romney
minute exchange followed," the said.
spokesman said. Other governors at the confer-
He mentioned no casualties but ence were Henry Bellmon (R-Ok
charged that the Israeli armored la), John H. Chaffee (D-RI), Carl
car ignored the controversial stat., E. Sanders (D-Ga) and Grant
us of a land road in the area. Sawyer (D-Nev).
POTTE R'S GUILD
CHRISTMAS SALE
Sunday, Dec. 6
10Qa.m.-8 p.M.

Romney Asks
Broad er GP
CHICAGO (P)-Michigan's Gov.
George Romney, considered a
leading Republican party leader
since the defeat of Sen. Barry
Goldwater, said Monday night that
whether Dean Burch rpmains GOP
chairman is "not the important
question."
He said that the important
question facing the party is:
"what are the steps we need to
take to unify and broaden the Re-
publican party?
Romney, who was re-elected
Nov. 4 despite a heavy Iemocratic
vote in his state, added:
"I think the Republican party,
if it adopts the right principles
and programs, can win in '68."

By The Associated Press
LONDON4-Prime Minister Harold Wilson said yesterday that
the Labor government will continue to allow U.S. Polaris submarines
to use the base at Holy Loch in Scotland. The base has been a fre-
quent target of leftist demonstrations.
* * * *
PASADENA-Mariner 4, launched with cameras designed to take
the pictures of the surface of Mars, was 599,559 miles from earth
at noon yesterday, streaking along at 7,193 miles an hour, well
ahead of a crippled Soviet rocket.
The Soviet probe, Zond 2, started its flight Monday from an
orbiting spacecraft.
* * * *
WASHINGTON-Don B. Reynolds came up with some surprise
testimony in the reopened Bobby Baker investigation yesterday.
Sen. B. Everett Jordon (D-NC) the chairman of the Senate Rules
Committee, told reporters that Reynolds testified about his.charges
of a $25,000 political payoff, which led to renewal of the inquiry.
Jordan said the committee's rules forbid the public airing of
testimony that has not been previously checked by the committee
members or their staffs.
WASHINGTON-David D. Beck, former head of the Teamsters
Union who went to prison on conviction of income tax frauds, was
granted a parole today by the federal board of paroles. Beck was
sentenced in 1959 on charges of filing fraudulent tax returns for
the union's joint council building association in Seattle in 1959.
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NEW YORK-The stock market
closed with a severe setback yes-
terday. At closing the Dow-Jones
averages showed '30 Industrials
down 11.00, 20 railroads down
2.46,\15 utilities down 1.01 and 65
stocks down 3.46.

-Associated Press
BELGIANS RET URN HOME'
BELGIAN PARATROOPERS returned home yesterday from the
Congo where they took part in the rescue of white hostages of
Congolese rebels at Stanleyville and Paulis. The arrival occurred
in the midst of accusations that the United States had cut short
the rescue mission.
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If you are neat appearing and a 'hard worker see Mr. Moskowitz from
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