THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, October 24, 1971
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FUTURE PLANS ANNOUNCED
Evict Nixon' actions continue in D.C.
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tContinued from Page 1) PCPJ housing organizers expect
file" government permit and or- at least 2,000 persons from out-
ganizers are expecting no trouble. of-town, however.
However, Davis told the press, , Meanwhile, the "People's Panel"
Continued from Page 1) if Nixon does not set the date to continued with day's sessions, deal-
The Washtenaw Environmental morrow, "that should be the signal ing mostly with the Indochina war.
Council, a coalition of local con- for us to go to the White House Hearing from a number of wit-
servationsts, is also expected to and serve him with an eviction nesses, ranging from anti-war ac-
join in the fight against WRC. notice. tivists to a former army intelli-
FrinithedMametsupeintendentCThis the group plans to do Tues- gence agent, the panel considered
thFre ty's Departent of Publc day, in a 9 a.m. sit-in ceremony the question of whether Nixon is
Workcit's, preitetatftheb around the White House. Permits "winding down the war" as the
Works, predicted that the WRC have been granted for a demon- White House has claimed.
plan would not go into effect for stration on the Ellipse, across the Princeton Prof Richard Falk an
at least eight years. street from the White House, but Printntrnfticardlaldthn
Harris said $5 million has been the group plans to go closer, expert in international law told the
allottedors theconstructiongofnsspanel that the United States is
sewageretentionbtha cnstrin Although there has been no of- guilty of war crimes in four areas;
seAgeor. etade tiohash insyinannficial PCPJ warning of possible .-.-- - --- - -- --
A H a dtha tarrests, leaders say privately that
seek court action for permission "anyone who doesn't expect to get
to build the basins, if the contr busted is naive, and training
versy concerning sewage treat-sessions in civil disobedience are
ment seriously delays implementa- planned before the Tuesday action.
tion of treatment expansion. Sources said yesterday that both e
City officials have also express- police and national guardsmen
ed concern over transportation of were being placed on alert, but
effluent from Washtenaw County neither organization would com-
to the central plant. Smit called ment when reached last night. As part of the dedication of its
the plan "wasteful," citing it as However, PCPJ leaders say, "We new North Campustbuilding, the
an example of "transportation for don't expect the guard although University's Computing Center is
transportation's sake." we know they'll be kept ready." sponsoring a series of free public
lectures entitled "The Problems
Harris quoted figures showing Sidney Peck, a PCPJ leader also and Future of Computing,"
that Plan II is more expensive present at the press conference, The series consists of three lec-
than the one advocated by the city. stressed that "this is not intended tures to be given by distinguished
In addition, Councilman Robert as a mass mobilization." computing scientists. All the lec-
Faber (D-Second Ward) cited the Davis agreed, adding that "the tures will be held at 8 p.m. in
increased possibility of a break in masses" will come during the Chrysler Center Aud.
the line with each extra mile the scheduled Nov. 6 anti-war demon- The first lecture is scheduled
raw sewage travels and subsequent strations which PCPJ is co-spon- for Oct. 26. Dr. E. F. Codd of the
damage to the environment. soring. IBM Research Laboratory in San
..............mmm..... mmmmmmmmm.m. mmmmmm m- mm--... Jose, Calif.. will speak on "The
Viability of Large, Integrated, and
iharrl Ta f' RaCC"
the most serious of which he de-
scribed as "crimes against peace."
The United States, he said, "is
in violation of the prohibition
against recourse to war except in
situations of self-defense."
America's conduct, he said. vio-
lates three other tenents of inter-
national law as well. America, he
explained, has perpetrated "ille-
gal" tactics during the war,
'crimes against humanity, and
"genocide" against the Indochinese
' Other witnesses detailed more
specific cases of alleged United
States misconduct in Indochina.
Much of the testimony centered
on descriptions of the so-called
"automated battlefields" w h i c h
witness Art Kanegis of the Ameri-
can Friends Service Committee
said is a tactic designed to "re-
place men with machines."
Due to increasing discontent
among soldiers as well as the
American public, Kanegis and
othei's concluded, the American
governmentchas deemed it neces-
sary to move in the direction of
an totally automated battliefield.
He quoted one general as com-
menting, "we wire the Ho Chi
Minh trail like a pinball machine
and we plug it in each night."
Fred Branfman, a journalist in
Laos, testified that the sensor-di-
rected air-strikes have destroyed
"virtually every village" on Laos'
Plain of Jars while insurgent
Pathet Lao forces have been little
affected by the assaults.
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Howard Zinn told the panel that
to continue the- war "depends on
the acquiesence of the American
people and the deception of the
American people by the govern-
Others urged that this alleged
deception be countered by educa-
tion of the American public.
Tran Van Dinh, former South
Vietnamese ambassador to the
U.S., told panelists that "most
Americans are not informed" of
the PRG's peace plan.
If the public were aware of the
plan-which basically includes re-
turn of Americanprisoners in ex-
change for withdrawal of Ameri-
can troops - it would gain wide
acceptance, he said.
p lan lags
(Continued from Page 1)
that the education school is not
seriously looking for minority
group members, it is going to
make recruiting that much hard-
Loving says the education
school needs a large financial in-
vestment in the area of minority
recruiting if it is going to reach
the 20 per cent minority levels
it is commited to.
Under the 1969 agreement stu-
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WOMEN'S CRISIS CENTER TRAINING SESSION
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NDAY, Oct. 24, at 1:00 p.m. in 1510 SAB
s ojShared Data Bases." Later in the afternoon, various dents and faculty members in the
The second lecture, scheduled witnesses spoke on the effect school formed the Black Caucus,
ANOTHER s for Nov. 5, is entitled "The Chang- American foreign policy is having an organization that would re-
S ing Balance in Information Sys- at home. cruit minority group students and
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' ' (Continued from Page 1) M c I n ti ir e then led prayers located to the Black Caucus yet
* c McIntire carried a red, white which were f o11 o w e d by the this year, according to Jesse Dun-
PEI I I and blue umbrella designed as a speeches. The crowd was well- gy, chairman of the group.
A L circular American flag. behaved, and the wet weather Thus, most recruiting in the
McIntire, known for his extreme seemed not to dampen their spir- school is now done only through
i right wing views, said he had ex- its. personal contacts between educa-
OPEN 24 HOURS ' pected over 50,000 for the march. Before the march arrived at the tion school students and faculty
B a s He said he thought that victory Capitol, several members of Viet- members here and students and
Breakfast served anytime , nam Veterans Against the War faculty members in other colleges
! nawith a search for peace. (VVAW), were denied permission in the state and around the na-
"Of e'refor eace" heby police to read parts of the
I i said. "But we want a peace that Declaration ofrndependence toWe should be out in the col-
51 Li will beecrighteousf andpesecure."
E bwill be righteous and secure. the marchers as they, kalked by. leges and junior colleges recruit-
When the marchers arrived at heing,' Dungy says, but that, with-
the Capitol, McIntire led them in' At the Capitol they were again out money, he says, this just isn't
*a a patriotic chant. "How many of denied permission to read the Dec- possible.
. . j you love America? How many of laration before McIntire's group Besides the lack of recruiting,
1 Oc off on Whoppers with this coupon : you trust in God? How many of arrived, and subsequently were not: Black Caucus members believe the
*you are against the Communists? 'permitted to cross the street to school does not have equitable en-
u a reganstthCo mu ist?_ermttdtosthsreetsc oodos ot av eqitbl How many of you are against the the gathering of the marchers. trance criteria for admitting mi-
Democrats?" Police contended that the VVAW nority group recruits.
' OFFER EXPIRES OCTOBER 29 I The chant continued for about were not members of the march According to Nels Lehsten, edu-
'10 minutes, with the crowd cheer- and as observers they were re- cation school registrar, the school
' wwwwwwwwmmwwwwwwwwwwwmmwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww! ing after each question. quired to remain across the street. Continued on Page 10)
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