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Friday, April 4, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

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VIET REFUGEES
Orphans arrive
in. aweofU.S.
By PETER ARNETT
OAKLAND, Calif. (M) - Their eyes wide with wonder
after a 25-hour airplane dash across the Pacific from en-
dangered Saigon, 58 Vietnamese orphans got their first
taste of American life, playing with toys and chattering
excitedly yesterday morning.
Four of the orphans were hospitalized, Red Cross volun-
teers said, but over-all the young refugees were in good
spirits. Some of the orphans were transported to homes of
their adoptive parents this morning.
ORPHANS were playing on mattresses on the floor of
a gymnasium-type building at the San Francisco Presidio,
an Army facility near the Golden Gate Bridge.
They were taken there after the World Airways plane
carrying them landed at Oakland International Airport late
Wednesday night.
"It was like a giant playground," Sgt. Ronald Renouf
said. "I never saw so many happy kids in my life. Many
were looking at and playing with toys they didn't even
know existed. It was like out of a dream for them."
THE ORPHANS were given sponge baths, quick medi-
cal checkups, toys and a snack of bananas, apples, rice
and soy sauce after arriving at the presidio.
Two of the four children hospitalized may have pneu-
monia, one became feverish land another had draining
from body sores, Dr. Gary Feldman said yesterday.
When they woke up yesterday, the children went wheel-
ing around on tricycles, tossing rubber balls and basket-
balls and playing with military policemen. Volunteer wom-
en cradled sleeping babies and cooed to them.
The children ranged in age from 8 months to 11 years.
There was some confusion about the exact number of or-
phanshaboard the plane, but presidio officials said today
Fisyhd received 58.
Fischer loses crow n

Levi outlines plans
for Justice Dept.

WASHINGTON UP)-Attorney
General Edward Levi has re-
versed a Justice Department
recommendation to Congress
that every American be re-
quired to prove legal residence
when -applying for a job.
Levi said yesterday the so-
called "domestic passport" pro-
posal, conceived as a deterrent
to illegal immigration, "would
come close to a violation of
something akin to a constitution-
al right."
ADDRESSING his first new
conference since taking office
Feb. 7, Levi overruled, in effect,
the position advanced by his top
aide, Deputy Atty. Gen. Laur-
ence Silberman.
Three days before Leviwas
sworn in, Silberman told a
House committee that legisla-
tion to toughen immigration pol-
icy should include a provision
that would empower the depart-
ment to require all employers
to demand proof of residency
from job applicants. ec
Silberman suggested t h i s
might entail issuing a special
card which all Americans would
be required to obtain.
"I DO not like the idea of
requiring every employe to
carry a card . . . before he gets

a job," said Levi.
Levi conceded, however, that
"we may have to come to that,'
if the flood of illegal aliens,
whose numbers are now esti-
mated at more than a million,
is not stemmed. "The problems
..may be so difficult that this
is another kind of freedom that
we have to infringe. My first
reaction is one of not wanting
to go that far," he said.
Levi said also he is unenthu-
siastic about the department's
pledge to step up efforts to de-
port illegal immigrants already
in the country. But he said he
would not interfere with en-
forcement campaign because
"that is not a discretionary mat-
ter on my part."
LEVI announced that the de-
partment has several policy re-
views under way, with top pri-
ority assigned to a study of the
FBI's file-gathering practices.
He added that a number of out-
side consultants, including for-
mer deputy Attorney General
William Ruckelshaus, are advis-
ing him on the FBI matter.

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pawn, Bobby Fischer lost his
world chess championship yes-
terday.
The International Chess Fed-
eration (FIDE) took the crown
away from him and gave it to
Soviet Grandmaster Anatoly
Karpov. It ruled the Californian
had forfeited the right to the
championship because he re-
fused to meet Karpov in a show-
down match in Manila under a
rule to which he objects.
"I AM very happy that the
crown has returned to the Soviet
Union, the 23-year-old Karpov
said in Moscow. He added, how-
ever, he was still "ready to
meet" Fischer over the chess-
board to decide who really was
the better man.
In announcing its decision,
FIDE said Fischer had failed to
meet the deadline for agreeing
to meet Karpov.
Anatoly Karpov-in stark con-
trast to the man he has just
succeeded by default-is a quiet,
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