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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1964

SHE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1,64 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Deny Peron Brazil Entry
RIO DE JANEIRO (R)--Juan D. Peron's dream of returning to.
Argentina banged into a Brazilian wall yesterday. The ex-dictator
flew here from Madrid 'as a first class passenger, but landed as a PR.
diplomatic detainee tagged for return to Spain.
The governments of Brazil and neighboring nations-=particularly......"r"'X"'{
Argentina, whose 19 million people he ruled from 1946 to 1955- { $}
mnade plain they would not ,welcome Peron, now 69. A wanderer in
luxious exile for nine years, Peron monopolized the first class section
of an Iberia DC8 airliner with nine companions for a transatlantic

Romney Says GOP INTERNATIO
Needs Broader Base Asks i5
NEW YORK (AP) - Tha
LANSING (P)-Gov. George Romney said yesterday Republicans foreign minister Thanat K]
"should take action by early 1965 at the leadership level" to broaden yesterday urged creation
and unify the party. international force to car:
Speaking to newsmen one day before he leaves for a meeting the fight against Comi
of Republican governors, Romney stuck generally with his refusal rebels in South Viet Nam.
to say just how the party can recoup from its overwhelming Novem- While the United Statt
ber eectin deeat.the power to win this fib
ber election defeat. would be better for the 1
"I'm hopeful the governors can provide recommendations that States and for Southeast I
lead to meetings" for rebuilding the party, Romney said. "I'm con- the responsibility could be
cerned that people are being ledo

JUAN D. PERON

State Surplus
Increase Seen
By Controller
LANSING (AP)-Michigan will go,
even deeper into the black by the
end of this fiscal year, State Con-
troller Glenn S. Allen Jr. said re-
cently.
The state, after climbing from
an $85 million deficit on June 30,
1961, to a $57 million surplus this
year, "will see some increase in
the surplus by next June 30,"
Allen added.
"We had planned to spend $2
million of the surplus, this year,
but there will be even more in-
come than we anticipated-in
revenues all across the board," he.
said.
Meet with Experts
Allen and his staff members
have met with financial . experts
and trend analysts from the Uni-
versity, Michigan State and
Wayne State Universities and with
business analysts of major Michi-
gan corporations.
"The general feeling is that the
economy will remain strong in the
coming calendar year-not as
strong as in the past 12 months,
but still strong," he said.
.The state, long plagued with
deficit spending problems, has
since had surplus spending prob-
lems-all of them minor.
What Can It Spend?
Allen said there was some ques-
tion as to whether, under the
balanced budget provisions of the
new state constitution,. the state
could spend its surplus or could
spend only current revenues.
He said the state could spend
current revenues plus any part
of the surplus it thought neces-
sary, a position backed up by the
attorney general's office. .
The entire surplus, however,
cannot be pumped into the state
spending program in any one year,
he said.
"We would be in trouble in the
coming year if we had spent the
entire surplus this year," Allen
said.
"By adding large sums to the
budget, you build up programs
that will not decrease in the com-
ing years; you build up repetitive
demands," he added.

flight that ended at the Galeao
International Airport here at 7:55
a .m.
Remain Aboard
The Peron party intended to re-
main aboard for the 1,200-mile
leg to Montevideo, Uruguay, then
switch to another plane for a
flight to Asuncion, Paraguay.
Egged on by a committee of his
Argentine admirers, Peron hoped
to take up .residence in Asuncion,
until he considered the time ripe
for a crossing into Argentina,
But Brazil's goveinment, which
long ago declared Peron persona
non grata, had other plans..
Air force troops armed with
submachine guns surrounded the
jet. A colonel said the plane would
not be permitted to take off if
Peron refused to leave it. Even-
tdally Iberia airline announced
cancellation of the rest of the
flight-scheduled to Montevideo,
Buenos Aires and Santiago.
Finally Emerged
Peron and his followers finally
emerged with Joao Lampreia
Gracie,. the foreign ministry's
,Chief of Protocol. Among them
was a woman listed on the pas-
senger manifest as Dalmira Remo
de Sosa. She accompanied Peron
in a government limousine to the
military section of the airport,
where he was detained.
Lamprea announced P e r o n
would be returned to Spain as a
violator of the diplomatic order
declaring him unwelcome on Bra-
zilian soil.
Asks Asylum
Peron was reported to have
asked Brazil for political asylum.
A ruling on this would be up to
President Humberto C a s t e 11o
Branco, the general behind the
April 1 uprising that sent leftist
President Joao Goulart into exile.
Brazil's policy for political ref-
ugees ordinarily is broad i and
lenient. Among those now bene-
fitting from it is former French
Premier Charles Bidault, out-
spoken foe of President Charles
de Gaulle. But Brazil has been
firmly set against Peron.
World News
Roundup
TOKYO-Two and a half mil-
lion demonstraiors m a r c h e d
through the streets of Communist
Chinese cities yesterday protest-
ing against the U.S.-Belgian para-
troop intervention in the Congo,
the New China News Agency re-
ported.
* * *
RICHMOND, Va. - Virginia's
state legislature reluctantly re-
apportioned itself in special ses-
sion yesterday along lines it hoped
would win the approval of the
federal courts.
Both the House and Senate en-
acted measures that were little
changed as they came from com-
mittees which had drafted them
in advance at the request of Gov.
Albertls 8. Harrison, Jr.
BOMBAY - A mighty throng
gave Pope Paul VI an awesome
welcome to India yesterday. His
jet flight represented the longest
papal journey in history.

PRESIDENT BRANCO
PanlHears
BakerCase
Testimony
WASHINGTON (P) - Former
-Ambassador Matthew H. McClos-
key denied yesterday that he ever
took part in an undercover deal
to kick back $35,000 from one of
his government contracts to help
finance the 1960 Kennedy-John-
son campaign.
The retired Philadelphia con-.
tractor and Democratic fund-
raiser testified before the Senate
Rules Committee after Bobby Ba-
ker refused to answer any ques-
tions about political payoffs, par-
ty girls or other capital capers.
Referring to testimony Tuesday
by insurance agent Don B. Rey-
nolds, who said he acted as "bag
man" in the deal and told of a
breakfast meeting at which it pur-
portedly was set up, McCloskey
said:
"That is not correct. Such a
conversation never took place-
at no time, ever. I never heard
of it."
Reynolds testified that another
guest at the breakfast meeting in
the Mayflower Hotel was former
President Harry S. Truman. He
said Truman was not present
when the alleged political kick-
back plan was discussed, however.
McCloskey said he knew nothing
about any such meeting attended
by Truman.
Baker invoked the Fifth Amend-
ment when asked about Reynolds'
statement that Baker master-
minded the arrangements for the
alleged payoff.
To this and 45 other questions,
some touchy and some apparently
innocuous, Baker cited the First,
Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Amend-
ments to the Constitution and
said:
"I specifically decline to answer
because of the privilege against
self incrimination."

to believe the Republican gov-
ernors can provide the whole
leadership for the party.'
He said leadership must come'
from a broader base-and "cer-
tainly Sen. Barry Goldwater
should be a part of any leader-
ship group."
Romney, who has said talk of
ousting Goldwater-picked GOP
National Chairman Dean Burch
is premature, said he would not
commit himself at this point on
whether the national committee
should be part of the rebuilding
leadership.
Not Specific
Romney refused to be specific
about the leadership meeting he
envisions.'
Referring to the Denver meet-
ing of governors, he said, "if all
those involved trotted out their
special programs before they get
together, it would be harder to
reach_,conclusions.
He said 'discussions at Denver
"may modify my own thinking."
Asked if he were available for
a national leadership role, Rom-
ney said only that the governors
should have a voice in the leader-
ship-"and '-I'm. one of the 17
governors."
'All Elements'
He said the governors' confer-
ence should "take a look at all
elements" of the party situation-
including the role and leadership
of the national committee.
Asked how the party could
broaden and unify if Goldwater
and Burch resist such efforts, he
replied, 'I don't think you should
procede on the assumption they
will, resist.
"I don't think the Republican
Party can expect to be as effective
as :it should be if either of two
viewpoints prevails," he said.
Asks 'Diversity'
Romney called for "diversity
within a broad base of fundamen-
tals., that unite people ,in the
party."

Taylor Returnig to Saigon After Talks
With Johnson- To Intensify War Effort
WASHINGTON (R)-Ambassa- Johnson instructed Taylor to sion being conducted against the
dor Maxwell D. Taylor, armed consult urgently with the South . .."
with fresh orders from President Vietnamese government as to Taylor, returned to Washingtc
Lyndon B. Johnson, will fly back measures that should be taken to from Saigon a1 week ago for cox
to South Viet Nam shortly to improve the situation in all its sultations, and in an intervie
work out new plans for intensify- aspects. with Life magazine in advance
ing the war against Communist "The President reaffirmed the his return said air strikes again
guerrillas. basic United States policy of pro- the Red supply lines in Laos cou
Presumably, prospective new viding all possible and useful as- contribute to the eventual defe
military actions could include air sistance to the South Vietnamese of the Viet Cohg guerrillas.
strikes against the Communist people and government in their No Reference
supply lines that run from North struggle to defeat the externally The White House statemer
to South Viet Nam through the supported insurgency and aggres- while spotlighting the passage
mountainous jungles of Laos. men and supplies through Lac
But a White House statement made no reference to the bas
reporting on the conference John- in North Viet Nam. This was ge:
son held Tuesday with Taylor and - erally taken as an indication th
other top policy advisers withheld ; if the military operations of tl
details on prospective actions :.. -'U..S.-supported South Vietname
Increasig Support > are now to. be broadened the f ir
Significantly, however, the state- - ph t tou be co
ment emphasized Red use of the b~ with trying to cut the flow,
>:.ep~aie e ueo h supplies and reinforcements. rat
supply lines through Laos and ues and rinforemsensr
said there is evidence of increas- . er than bombing the bases.
ing support to the Viet Cong
rebels from Communist North Viet
Nam. The statement also said that
Taylor would "consult urgently" B HA Y
with the South Viet Nam govern-
ment on what should be done to
Friday, De4
improve the war effort.
Against- the background of
mounting expectation of decisions 725 S.
on whether the war should be
broadened beyond the boundaries , ,....
of South Viet Nam, the :White Discussion'am
House statement summarized mili-l.
tary, political and economic con- AMBASSADOR TAYLOR BAHA'1 ST
ditions in the country and said: AMBASSADORTAYLOR
"The meeting reviewed the ac-
cumulating evidence,of continuing
and increased North Vietnamese
support of the Viet Cong and of -finest quality laundry- SATURDAY, DEC. 5
North Vietnamese forces in, and
passing through, the territory of S is15. 00 A.M. Comm
Laos in violation of the Geneva Suit
accords of 1962." 1 :00"P.M. Fr. Doi

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