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Friday, September 20, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 20, 1974 VHE MICHIGAN DAILY

CIA aided Allende
foes--Kissinger

CHILEAN ROLE:

(Continued from Page 1)
No details of the briefing were
disclosed.
The legislation p r o p o s i n g
tighter controls over the CIA
was proposed by Republican
Senators Howard Baker of Ten-
nessee and Lowell Weicker of
Connecticut, who gained na-
tional prominence as members
of the Senate Watergate Com-
mittee.
THEY told a press conference

the bill had the backing of 10
other senators, including Senate
Democratic Leader Mike Mans-
field.
The bill not only is aimed at
tighter controls over the CIA
but also would exercise greater
control over other U.S. intel-
ligence agencies such as the
Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The senators said they were
introducing the bill because the
CIA's covert operations had
tarnished America's i m a g e
abroad.

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Chile suffered great political
tensions at the time, but that
the media remained an open
forum for debate.
HE REFUTED Ford's argu-
ment that intervention was in
the best interests of the Ameri-
can and Chilean people as being
"the same philosophy that got'
us into Viet Nam."
During the one-day coup, Al-
lende died defending La Moneda
Palace. Thousands of other
people were killed in the take-
over and subsequent skirmishes.
A Congressional foreign re-
lations committee has reported-
ly recommended that a perjury
investigation be I a u n c h e d
against former CIA Director
Richard Helms for apparently
misleading testimony given onj
the Chilean affair earlier. Sec-
retary of State Henry Kissinger
has also been accused of de-
ceiving the committee.

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ceptable in the light of inter- point of a developing country .
national law." it's deplorable."
Many students who were ask-
HOWEVER, S t e i n empha- ed for reactions said they knew
sized the difference between little about the particular situ-
collecting information (spying) ation, but had strong reactions
and actual interference in the to the President's statements
domestic a f f a i r s of another on the matter.
country.
Spying operations do not vio- An LSA senior who wished to
late international law, he said. remain anonymous said that the
They are, in fact, officially rec- "historical argument" advanced
ognized functions of govern- by Ford "is assinine."
ments, Stein added.
"If a spy is caught" he is 'YOU SHOULD learn from
a sy i cugh, h ~history to correct your mis-
punished under national statu-
tes and not under international'
law," Stein explained. "But it
is contrary to international law
to interfere in the affairs of a Have a r C
sovereign state." artistic '
If you are interest -
EDUARDO Mejia and Luis ed in reviewing
Pierrend, English Language In- poetry, an ic
o r writing fetre
stitute students f r o m Peru, stories a b a t the
thought that the actions, if drama, dance, film
proven true, are "deplorable." arts:C Con ts
Mejia said that "intervention Michigan do
from the viewpoint of a power-

Freshman nabbed
in local robbery

CIA

actions

takes, not repeat them. This is
the basis of maturity and
growth. We have not learned
from Vietnam," he said.
LSA freshwomen Susan Lear-
man, who said she knew little
about the intervention, felt that
"it's their own country, and it's
wrong to interfere''
Two congressional commit'2es
announced Tuesday that they
will investigate CIA involve-
ment in Chile.
CHICAGO UPI - The meat
packing industry has one of the
highest rates of on-the-job in-
juries and the resulting costs
are a contributing factor to
higher meet costs, according to
a National Safety Council
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nesday evening when he was
spotted driving a car similar to
one used in the holdup. Hill was
arrested later.
Eight thousand dollars of the
stolen money was found in a
wooded area east of Ann Arbor,
McGirr said. The money was
buried in a box.

WALKER enrolled as a
man less than a month

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he was parolled from a maxi-
mum ten year 1971 sentence for.
bank robbery. Hill's study re-
lease program began on Sept.
3. He was serving time for
forgery and conspiracy. Both
were originally sentenced in
Pennsylvania.
Walker told police that he
was receiving scholarship
money to attend school. Univer-
sity Financial Aid Office Direc-
tor Thomas Butts would not say
last night whether Walker was
receiving a grant, but did indi-
cate that "if a person is pa-
rolled from prison and is ad-
mitted to the University, and
demonstrates financial n e e d,
then we will have to meet that,
need."
In addition to facing the arm-
ed robbery charge, Walker will
also probably be returned to'
prison to serve the rest of his
original sentence for violating
parole.
This is the second case in a
year that persons on a release-
program from Milan have been
involved in a bank robbery. In
August 1973, three Milan in-
mates on partial release were
charged with armed robbery for
a bank holdup in Lansing.

SOCIOLOGY grad s t u d e n t ful country is a question of their
Mauricio Font, a member of the own security, but from the view-
newly formed student group on -
Latin American Issues, ob- 'o cc > ~ c o
served that "the issue that they
are raising now in Washington- t FASHION MODELS-drop-in- interviews
that of truthful testimony-is im- ^
portant, but it is a formal, fine !IV to screen potential models
point,'v
Font said "the crucial matter WILL BE HELD AT
is the moral issue-the fact thatA
thousands of Chileans were A W O R L D S
killed and misplaced." Because A R O R D
American money was used to
undermine the Allende govern- 21312 S. MAIN-ANN ARBOR
ment, the moral responsibility l
has been placed "directly on the SAT., SEPT. 21-1-5 P.m.
shoulders of every U.S. citizen," [1
he said. FRI., SEPT. 27-7-10 p.m.
Commenting on the formal
legal questions raised by the Applicants should be at least 18 years old
CIA intervention, University and 5 4" tall.
Law Professor Eric Stein, an ad54 tl
expert in international law, said tN)EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
that Ford's justification for the
covert interference is "unac-

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