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battled Model Cities agency in Detroit fell through yesterday.
An attorney for the Citizens Urban Opportunity Fund (CUOF)
said he was told hours after an agreement was reached over dispen-
sation of $250,000 in federal funds, that all of CUOF's funds were to
be terminated.
_ The initial disagreement concerned the allegation by CUOF's
parent agency-the Detroit Model Neighborhood Agency-that CUOF
had been making outright grants instead of loans.
* * *
SECURITY FILES of the Civil Service Commission do not
amount} to a "blacklist" of many U.S. citizens said an official
yesterday.
Kimbell Johnson, director of the agency's Bureau of Personnel
Files, 'labelled the charge a distortion and said the security file is not
there to establish "reasonable doubt as to an individual's disloyalty."
Another index file the Bureau maintains is simply there to pre-
vent duplications of probes already made Johnson added.
A MULTIMILLION-DOLLAR PROGRAM for putting the
unemployed into federally supported public-service jobs yester-
day received the support of the Nixon Administration in a
major change of view.
After an all-night negotiating session with members of the
House Education and Labor Committee, the administration accepted
the job provision as the price for getting a comprehensive manpower
bill it wants.
Although organized labor has sought *a program that would put
the unemployed to work in public service jobs, both the Nixon and
Johnson administrations had previously opposed it, largely on budge-
tary grounds.
WHOLESOLE PRICES TURNED back up in September, dis-
crediting the.Nixon administration's view that it is winning the
battle against inflation.
Most of the wholesale price changes in both August and Septem-
ber were due to food prices, which are frequently subject to month-
to-month fluctuations,
The rise of four-tenths of one percent on the government's
Wholesale Price Index wiped out a four-tenths drop in wholesale
prices in August.
UNCONTROLLABLE FIRES swept across several- parts of
California yesterday.
Thousands of firemen and volunteers battled brush and forest
blazes which have been described as the worst in California's history.
So far 10 persons have died-five in a helicopter crash-in the
fires. Southern California has been declared a major disaster area
by President Nixon.
ALL EYEGLASSES in the U.S. will soon be required to have
shatter-proof lenses, the Food and Drug Administration an-
nounced yesterday.
The regulation-effective after comment from industry and the

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WASHINGTON (P) - A federal
grand jury yesterday indicted on
three charges four young me n
sought by the FBI in connection
with the Aug. 24 explosion at the
University of Wisconsin's A mr y
Mathematics Research Center.
The four, whom federal author-
ities believe are hiding in Canada,
are brothers Karleton and Dwight
Armstrong, 24 and 19 respectively,
Leo Frederick Burt, 22, and David
Sylvan Fine, 18.
They were charged with illegal
use of a firearm and conspiracy.
A 33-year-old graduate student
was killed in the early morning
blast, which nearly demolished
the science building housing the
research center and destroyed
valuable research data stored on
computers.
The indictment, returned in
U.S. District Court in Madison,
also charges the four with depriv-
ing a class of persons of their
civil rights by force or violence,
specifically those working in the
federal research project.
They are charged with conspir-
acy in each of the four felonies;
except the civil rights charge.
The Armstrong brothers were
indicted earlier t h i s month on
charges of conspiracy to destroy
government property a n d sabo-
tage in connection with the abor-
tive, airborne bombing attack on
the Badger Army ammunition
plant at Baraboo, Wis.
The four men have been on the
FBI's Ten Most Wanted List since
Sept. 4 but h a v e continued to
elude the nation's top law enforce-
ment agency.
Police have missed capturing
the men at least twice, once in
Wisconsin and once in New York.
Both times they were released be-
fore the police realized who they
actually held in custody.

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HUD gives
fund 'veto'
to mayors
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Nixon administration an-
nounced yesterday a series of
experiments with the $575-
million Model Cities program
that could lead to increased
power for mayors over most
federal urban aid spending.
George Romney, secretary of.
the Department of Housing and
Urban Development, said be-
tween 12 and 18 of the 150 model
cities have three so-called planned
variations aimed at eliminating
federal red tape and centralizing
power in mayors' offices.
The three options -'that will be
tested are:
-Elimination' of most of t h e
federal'reviews now necessary be-
fore a local area can spend Model
Cities money;
-Virtual veto power for may-
ors over many other kinds of fed-
eral spending in their cities; and
-Expansion of model areas to
include an entire city.
The heart of the proposals is
new power, for mayors and 10o c a 1
governments, said Floyd H. Hyde,
director of the Model Cities pro-
gram,
"For too long the federal posi-
tion has been that cities might
make miistakes and a boondogle
will result," Hyde said. "Worry-
ing about this, we have tied the
hands of local government."
The experiments, if successful,
could produce major changes in
other urban aid program, officials
said.
The White House domestic coun-
cil framed the proposals to imple-.
ment President Nixon's commit-
ment to a "new federalism em-
phasizing revenue sharing, block
grants and decenstralization.
The experiments further t h e
administration's de-emphasis of
Model Cities' original goal of a
massive uplift of selective slum
areas.

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-Associated Press
PRESIDENT JOSEF TITO of Yugoslavia grins as he wel-
comes President Nixon in Belgrade. Both leaders appeared pleased
at a subsequent dinner, when each toasted heartily to the health
of the other's country.
Nixon prases Tito,
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By The Associated Press
Stopping in Yugoslavia yester-
day on his tour of MediterraneanI
countries, President Nixon was
welcomed by thousands of Yugo-
slavs and honoredat a state din-
ner hosted by the country's presi-
dent-Josef Tito.
At the dinner President Nixon,
"honored to be the first American
President to visit Yugoslavia," ap-
pealed to all nations to respect the
rights of others.
"Long ago Yugoslavia chose the
path of nonalignment, and for
more than two decades Yugoslavia
and Marshal Tito personally have
played major roles in the non-
aligned movement throughout the
world," Nixon said. "We in the
United States respect that posi-
tion.
"But the great question today
is not whether a nation is aligned
or nonaligned but whether it re-
spects the rights of others to
choose their own paths - and
Yugoslavia, by its example, has
given heart to those who would
choose their own paths."
In toasting his visitor, Tito criti-
cized the big powers for interven-
tion in the Middle East and Indo-
china - and by implication the
Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia
in 1968.
"The principles of independence,
sovereignty, equality, noninter-
ference . . . must-be respected with
no exception," Tito said. "The in-
fringement of these principles,
cannot be justified by any polit-
ical, ideological or other motives."'
In effect he repudiated the
Brezhnev Doctrine, which holds
that Moscow has the right to in-
terfere in the affairs of Commu-
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Soviet Union.
The two presidents scheduled
privates talks for today, with the
Middle East a lik.ely piime topic,
and then the Nixons will go onto
Spain. 'tey came here from 65
hours in Italy, ,which Nixon ended
with an address to representatives
of the North Atlantic Treaty Or-
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support campus report
By The Associated Press to w h a t innovations should be
hree prominent Republicans made within the educational in-
:ed up the report of the Pres- stitutions' and "as to how law
t's commission on campus un- enforcement officials should con-
yesterday against criticism by duct themselves, in campus dis-
e President Spiro T. Agnew turbances."
the report was imprecise and Goodell said Agnew "has long
lum for permissiveness." been saying that it is the duty of
h e commission's youngest men in public office to speak out
iber, Joseph Rhodes Jr. a 22- against violence in our univer-
-old Harvard University fel- sities . . . that is precisely what
said it was regrettable that this report does - only the re-
ew had attacked the report port, unlike t h e vice/ president,
e the President was still out speaks in balanced and moderate
he country. Rhodes said that language."
President had agreed to read Agnew had words of criticism
report thoroughly upon his for Goodell, too, in a speech yes-
rn before commenting on its, terday in Minot, N.D He s a I
mmendations. Goodell was in "that awful rad-
he Republicans were Presiden- ical-liberal coalition that has been
Counselor Robert Finch, Sen. obstructing the President's pro-
rles Goodell (R-N.Y.) and grams" since 1968 .and could not
York Mayor John V. Lind- support him for re-election this
November.
nch, appearing at St. Mar- Lindsay said, "It is not required
College in Lacey, Wash., dis- that we agree with every word in
ed with Agnew's criticism that the report. But its call for balanc-
report was imprecise, saying ed action from all sectors of so-
report "gets very precise as ciety is sound."
"There is no justification for
the kind of partisan campaigning
which pursues votes in an election
ash-and-wear hahd-tied year even at the expense of a
public climate which may lead to
BOYS death on the campuses," Rhodes
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