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Wednesday, January 22, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FBI admits it.
ke files on
op poli ticians
WASHINGTON, (Reuter) - As Congress moved to launch
sweeping probes of U. S. intelligence gathering at home and
abroad, the Federal Bureau of Investigation admitted yesterday
that unsolicited information about Congress members is and will
ontinue to be stored in its files.
FBI Director Clarence Kelley insisted his agency does not
olicit such gossip. But he made clear that any tidbits falling
bidden into its lap would be filed for future reference.
HIS STATEMENT was aimed at quelling angry protests
about intelligence gathering by U. S. agencies and came as the
Senate tentatively decided to vote on Monday to set up a com-
mittee on the lines of the now-disbanded Watergate panel to
probe more deeply than ever before into the Central Intelligence
Agency and the FBI.
A resolution to set up the
special committee was introduc-
ed in the Senate by Democrats
who Monday decided such cl
probe was needed. Establish-
ment of the committee is vir-
tually assured since the Demo-
crats not only hold a 61-39 ma-
jority but many of the many
minority Republicans also favor
the plan.
In related developments, CIA
Director William Colby went
before the Senate armed serv-
ices committee for a closed
door hearing on his agency's ov-

Court makes jury duty
Mmandatory for women

WASHINGTON () - The Su-
preme Court ruled 8-1 yesterday
that women cannot be automat-
ically excused from jury duty.
It was another victory for the
women's rights movement.
The court's decision reversed
a ruling 13 years ago in which
it said a state could require
that women volunteer in order
to serve as jurors.
SINCE THEN, two-thirds of
the membership of the court has
changed and the justices have
ruled favorably on a number

of women's rights cases.
"It is untenable to suggest
these days that it would be a
special hardship for each and
every woman to perform jury "
service or thatsociety cannot
spare any women from their
present duties," Justice Byron
White said for the court.
The lone dissenter, Justice
William Rehnquist, said some
of the reasoning relied on by1
the majority "smacks more of
mysticism than of law."

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Wednesday, January 22 !
Day Calendar1
WUOM: Dr. Werner von Braun,
"Future Application of Space Tech-I
nology," part two, 9:45 am.
Commission for women Meeting:.
Regents' Rm., noon.1
Black Sec. / Clerical Committee:I
Wm. Cash, "Minority Commission,"1

last date for the Winter Term when
the Registrar's Office will allow re-
fund for a 50 per cent Withdrawal.
Career Planning & Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7460
Interviewing on campus: Fri. Jan.
24 - Northwest Bancorporation &
Northwestern Natl. Bank of MULS.
Howard University & U. of Wiscon-

SID TERRY, a vice president for Chrysler Corporation, and EP
confer before yesterday's hearings in Washington. Terry was th
Ford's proposal to freeze auto emission stand irds.
0
on emission sta.

erseas activities
Representatives

and a House of'
subcommittee

a.: said it planned an open session
on January 30 on the FBI files
with Kelley and Deputy Attor-
Kelley ney General Laurence Silber-
Kelleyman.
THE CIA has come under increasing fire after allegations in
the New York Times that it spied on thousands of Americans in
the United States, violating restrictions in its charter on domestic
spying. Authority for operating domestically is vested in the FBI.
being investigated by a special blue-ribbon commission headed
by Vice President Nelson Rockefeller.
The FBI became embroiled in the row over intelligence
gathering -following a weekend report in the Washington Post
that the agency has files on some members of Congress.
FBI CHIEF Kelley said in his three-page statement that its
files are "never used to influence the judgment or actions of any
member of Congress" - A declaration that runs counter to the
views of many legislators.
Assuming, the files contain material about their drinking
habits, sexual escapades and the like, some congress members
have charged the only purpose the FBI could have in recording
such items was to have a blackmail weapon ready for use if
needed.
Kelley denied any such intention. He said the FBI was fre-
quently asked to check a person being considered for a post as
judge or in the executive branch of government, and .the files
were used during these checks.
HE ADDED that only if there were a bona fide investigation
of a member of Congress would the FBI take definite steps to
gather information about that person. Under FBI policy, any
unsolicited information was filed only for "assistance in investi-
gations."
He also said he would be prepared to discuss in detail with
congressional committees FBI practices regarding files on con-
gress members.
California Democrat Don Edwards said his house of repre-
sentatives judiciary subcommittee on constitutional rights would
have Kelley and Silberman among witnesses at its hearing on
January 30.
Palestinian troops
move into Lebanon

WASHINGTON WP - Consum- .41 grams per mile, carbon mo-
er advocate Ralph Nader said noxide limits to 3.4 grams and1
yesterday the Ford administra- nitrogen oxide to 2 grams. i
tion's own analysis showed au- Chrysler Vice President Sid,
tomobile fuel economy could be Terry told the hearings, expect-+
raised 40 per cent by 1980 with- ed to last three weeks, that'
out relaxing tighter auto emis- those requirements would in-
sion standards set for 1977 and crease new car prices by $200
1978. and set back the nation's drive1
Nader released copies of a for fuel economy while having'
previously secret Federal Ener- little beneficial effect on air
gy Administration analysis as quality.
the Environmental Protection ;He said the standards also
Agency opened hearings on a would harm the nation's bal-
request by the automakers to ance of payments because auto-
postpone for one year the stan- makers would have to nearly
dards scheduled to go into ef- triple imports of metals such as1
fect in 1977. platinum that are used in emis-
P R E S I D E N T Ford has sion control devices.
proposed slightly tightening up TERRY said EPA estimates
current standards and then im- showed airquality already is
posing a five year freeze. improving as a result of cur-
Nader released what he said rent emission standards and
was an executive summary 'said this improvement would.
which showed that the course continue as older cars are phas-
chosen by Ford was not favor- ed out.
ed by any' of the government The FEA analysis released by
agencies that were at an energy Nader considered previous stu-
briefing at Camp David, Md., dies done by the EPA and the
late last year. Department of Transportation,C
Nader did not testify at the a study by an outside consult-
EPA hearings, but distributedsing group and previously sec-
his pavers to newsmen there. ! ret projections on fuel economy
THE 1977 standards would re- measures done by the domestic
duce hydrocarbons emissions to automobile industry,
It concluded that even with

Trotter House, noonsin-Milwaukee/Dept. of U. Plan-
Social Work: Future of Human ning. Jan. 28: Aetna, Nat'l Sec. Ag-
Services Colloquium, Geo. Levinger, ency, Harris Bank, First Nat'l Bk of
AP Photo U. Mass., "Social Psychological Ap- Chicago, & Action/Peace Corps Vis-
A administrator Russell Train proaches to Marriage and Divorce," ta; Jan. 29: U. S. Navy, Eli Lily &
here to comment on President Rackham Amph., 2-4 pm. Co., Action/Peace Corps/Vista, and
Zoology: Wm. Bradshaw, U. of Harvard Grad. Sch, of Design; Jan.
Oregon, "Evolution of Dormancy 30: Procter & Gamble Distributing.
and Its Photoperiodic Control in Phone: 764-7456 to make an appoint-
Pitcher - Plant Mosquitoes," Lee. ment.
Rm. 2, MLB, 4 pm. ! Looking for a job? INTRO '75 of-
Physics: John R. Huizenga, U. of fers interviews with employers from
Rochester, "Strongly Damped Col- a variety of businesses and Indus-
lision: A New Reaction Process for tries. To sign up for the Chicago
Heavy Ions," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4r Conference held in March, contactI
pm. Career Planning & Placement, 764-
Women's Basketball: UM vs. MSU, 7460.
Crisier Arena, 6 pm. Graduate study in Urban & Policy
Multi-Cultural Workshops: "Two Sciences to prepare for careers in
'11d a r d sDisciplines Respond to an Educa- Health Planning, transportation,
tor's View of Multi-Culturalism," criminal justice, at State U. of N.Y.
Schorling Aud., SEB, 7-9 pm. at Stony Brook. Financial support.
Journalism: Pilot Prog.; LSA' Deadline for application, April 1.
the industry average motor ve-. Student Govt.: Seymour Hersh, NY, Wash. St. U.: MA in Recreation &
hicle fuel economy in 1980 with Times, "Investigative Reporting and Phys Ed, Stipends $3700 plus, dead-
full implementation of saftey Distrust of Government," Lee. Hall, line Feb. 1. Write to Dr. Roger
and emissions standards with Rackham, 7:30 pm. Wiley, Pullman, Wash. 99163.
Computing Ctr., Eng.: Brice Car- Ann Arbor advertising agency is
only a moderate shift in pro- nahan, "Fortran-IV Programming looking for a part-time Artist/Key
duction to small cars will be Language II," Nat. Sci. Aud., 7:30 Liner at $7.00/hr.
19.8 miles per gallon or 0.2 Ipm. Summer Placement
PTP: Peter Arnott's Marionette 3200 SAB, 763-4117
miles per gallon more than your Theatre, Euripides' Bacchae, Res. Interviews: Register by Phone or
announced voluntary goal," he Col. Aud., a pm. in Person
said Musc Shool Capus rchstra Cap Sea Gull, Mich. Coed. Will
said.U Mayer, conductor, Hill Aud.,ra:interview Mon. 1/27 from 10 to 5.
"It is information such as this pm. Positions open - waterfront, gen.
that convinced the Federal En- General Notices counselors, drama, arts/crafts, etc.
ergyAdmiistrtionto oject Attention Students: January 24. Camp Chi. Wisc. Coed: Will inter-
gy Administration to object 175 (5:00 p.m.) is the lastdate for view Mon. and Tues, Jan. 27, 28
to deferral of the statutory hy- the Winter Term when the Regis- from 9 to 5. Oenings include gen.
drocarbons and carbon monox- Itrar's Office will: (a) Accept the supervisors and specialists in He-
d Student 100 per cent Withdrawal brew culture, waterfront, arts/
ide vehicle emission standards Notice for refund purposes. (Exciud- crafts, etc.
in automotive emissions policy ing a $50.00 disenroilment fee.) (b) Camp Tamarack, Detroit Fresh
Al low refund for the student who Air Society. Mich. Coed. Will inter-
papers circulated at the Camp reduces hours of course credit. view Fri., Jan. 24 from 9 to 5. All
David energy meetings," Nader February 21, 1975 (5:00 p.m.) Is the positions open.

said.
NADER ALSO said the volun-:
tary pledges by the automakers
contained numerous hedgesl
and were not enforceable.

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all presently projected emission
requirements and safety-related
measures "a 40 per cent gain
in new car fuel economy stillI
appears possible and is madeI
more certain with some shift'
in sales to smaller cars. ;
NADER, in a letter to Ford,
said the FEA study "clearly
discredits the stated need to re-
lax vehicle safety and emissions
standards to obtain a 40 per
cent gain in fuel economy."
"According to this analysis,

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TEL AVIV, Israel (P) -- Thou-
sands of Syrian - trained Pales-
tinian soldiers have moved into
southern Lebanon where Israel
is fighting a running war with
Arab guerrillas, Israeli secur-
ity sources claimed on Tuesday.
The Palestinian troops from
three units, probably under di-
rect command of the Syrian
general headquarters, are re-
inforcing the guerrillas, the
sources charged.
The size of the reinforcements
was not given but the sources
said they number several thou-
sand. Intelligence sources esti-
mated 7,000 guerrillas were in
the Arkoub region of Lebanon
-known in Israel as Fatahland
-before the reports of the ar-

rival of the soldiers.
Defense Minister Shimon
Peres has accused Syria of
planning to take over the re-
gion from which it could open
a second front against Israeli
settlements in the Galilee area
in time of war.
Damascus also wants to keep
the border hot to damage
chances of a resumption of Is-
raeli - Egyptian negotiations for
a further settlement on Israel's
southern front, he said.
Israeli forces have raided;
the area several times this year
to disrupt guerrilla operations,
but the border was quiet Tues-
day. The sources say Lebanon
is unlikely to crack down on
the guerrillas.

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