/ednesday. April 9, 1975
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
From Wire Service Reports
Soviet sub has value, says Pastore
WASHINGTON (P)-Sen. John Pastore (D-R.I.), chairman of
the Joint Atomic Energy Committee, said yesterday that the CIA
"made some significant discoveries" last year when it raised
part of a Soviet submarine off the floor of the Pacific Ocean.
Pastore, who said his committee had been briefed on the
CIA's Project Jennifer, refused to elaborate.
But his comments appeared to support recent news accounts
that the crew of the agency-financed Glomar Explorer succeeded
in recovering two nuclear-tipped torpedoes and other valuable
intelligence information from the sunken wreck.
CIA DIRECTOR William Colby has told selected journalists
in off-the-record briefings that the agency did not recover any of
the nuclear weapons aboard the craft, and he urged editors toI
withhold publication of the story so that the agency could make
another attempt to recover the weapons without the Soviets'.
Pastore, who spoke to reporters before entering a closed ses-
sion with Colby, said he still would rectmmend that the sophisti-
cated deep-sea recovery vessel owned by billionaire Howard
Hughes return to the wreckage site this summer to complete the
Jacobsen unsure of testimony
WASHINGTON MP)-John Connally's chief accuser admitted
at the former treasury secretary's bribery trial yesterday that he
is unsure of some details in his story of payoff and cover-up.
Jake Jacobsen; the man who said he made two-and possibly
three-$5,000 payoffs to Connally for his help in getting a 1971
increase in milk support prices, was unsure.
FOR A TIME, as Connally lawyer Edward Bennett Williams
cross-examined Jacobsen, three stacks of bills totaling $10,000
were on the witness stand in front of Jacobsen.
It was the money that Jacobsen claims that Connally gave
to him to put in his safe deposit box. He said that the defense was
trying to discredit him by making it appear that the money never
went to Connally but stayed in the box for over two years.
Miners protest strip-mining laws
WASHINGTON 0P)-A caravan of more than 500 coal trucks
wound through the nation's capital yesterday in a protest by Appa-
lachian mine operators and mineworkers against strip mining
legislation they claim could cost them their jobs.
The heavy-duty trucks, most of them from the steep sloping
coal fields of southwestern Virginia, formed a slow-moving and
often bumper-to-bumper procession through downtown Washing-
ton on a route that passed both the Capitol and the White House.
As the trucks rumbled by, delegations of miners and their
employers buttonholed congressmen in the Capitol and congres-
sional office buildings urging them to oppose strip mining bills
now in a House-Senate conference committee.
Others stood on street corners bearing signs denouncing the
legislation and cheering the passing trucks.
. NORTH VIETNAM
Jackson claims U.S. made
secret accord with Saigon
January 7 - Phupc tong
March 13.- Darlac
March 16 - Kontum, Pleiku
March 18 - Phu Bon,Binh Long
March 19 - Quang Tr;
March 22-Quang Duc
March 24 -Quang Tin, Quang
March 25-Thua Thien
March 28-tam Dong
March 30-Quang Nam
March 31- Binh Dinh
April 1- Khonh Hoa
April 2- Phu Yen
April 2- Tuyen Duc
WASHINGTON ( ') - Sen.
Henry Jackson (D-Wash.) said
Y yesterday he has learned of
secret agreements between the
United States and South Viet-!
nam and called on President
Al Ford to make them public.
Jackson said in a SenateI
speech that he will call admin-
H istration officials before one of
his subcommittees if the "doc-
Oui uments embodying or reflecting
Nhon these secret agreements . - -
are not made available volun-
Hoa THE OFFICIALS to be called
presumably would include Sec-
retary of State Henry Kissinger,
H who played the chief role in
negotiating the Paris agreement
Nha on Vietnam.
Trng Jackson, acadat for the
Trog 1976 Democratic presidential
nomination, said his information
n on the alleged secret agree-
g ments comes from "the best of
"In fairness to President
Ford, I think it is only recently
that he found out," Jackson
JACKSON SAID that the ag-
reements "envision fateful Am-
erican decisions" but that their
"very existence has never been
acknowledged," even to Con-
Secretary of Defense James
Schlesinger said Sunday he did
not know in detail what commit-
ments the United States had
made to South Vietnam. But
Schlesinger added that it would
be incorrect to say that any
commitments made to South
Vietnam were made unilateral-
ly by the executive branch.
Sen. Robert Morgan (D-N.C.)
called on Jackson to present de-
tails about the alleged secret
agreements to the Senate.
MORGAN said he thinks Con-
gress should be debating the
President's request for addition-
al military aid to Vietnam in-
stead of "making accusations
against the other branch of gov-
Noting he had spoken in fa-s
vor of such aid, Morgan said "I
quite frankly feel it's too late
to get aid to South Vietnam
now" but that the matter should
be debated by the Senate.
Jackson said he had not seen
the agreements himself. He
said: "I have been reliably in-
formed that there exist between
the governments of the United
States and South Vietnam secret
agreements which envision fate-
ful American decisions, yet
whose very existence has never
JACKSON said he was ready
to join in recent moves for co-
operation between the executive
and legislative branches in for-
"But we in Congress cannot
play our constitutional role in
constructing a coherent foreign
policy so long as information to
which we are entitled is kept
from us," Jackson said.
"Nor will the American peo-
ple have confidence in their
government so long as the com-
mitments made in their name
are not' revealed to them."
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