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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, February 1, 1974

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Judiciary committee
seeks subpoena use

Samuel

Goldwyn dies;

many tributes nour in

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"Based on the evidence we have
accumulated so far we have no
reason for believing that Mr. Dean
has committed perjury in any pro-
ceeding," Richard Davis said in
federal court. It was the first
statement from the office of Spe-
cial Prosecutor Leon Jaworski di-
rectly contradicting Sen. Hugh
Scott (R-Pa.) who says the White
House has evidence that Dean lied.
Secretary of State Henry Kis-
singer and Adm. Thomas Moorer,
the nation's top military officer,
NOR TH SIDE
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CHURCH
929 BARTON
Welcomes University students
wishing to worship in a Chris-
tion family community to ion
us weekly. For additional infor-
mation, transportation, coil Don
Yost, Pastor, 662-6351.

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will be questioned by the Senate
Armed Services committee next BEVERLY HILLSCalif. VP)=-
week on a 1971 leak of National BEme lyH ,wCatf -
Security Council information to fims Golorful whnsuaastwere
Pentagon officials, o mm i t t e eflms and colorful language were
. part of the movie scene for more
chairman John Stennis (DdyMiss.);than half a century, died at his
announced yesterday. home earlyesrdya91
STENNIS SAID he has alreadyhm ry yesterday at 91.
informally discussed with Kissin-' The cause of death was not im-
ger and Pentagon officials the re- nmediately known. He had suffered
cently disclosed leak in which mili- a stroke that caused :is retire-
tary men attached to the National ment in 1969 and was hospitalized.
Security Council headed by Kis- last month with a kidney ailment.
sineurityeCouncladed bycre Ks- GOLDWYN, WHO had lived most
sing s tha relayed secret domu- of his life in the limelight, had
ment oorer. been confined to his home in re-
Stennis said Kissinger and Moor- cent years. He emerged on March
er will testify behind closed doors 27, 1971, to receive the Medal of
but the panel hopes to later re- Freedom from President Nixon for
lease transcripts after national his "fierce independence, deep re-
security items have been deleted. spect for quality, strict ethics and
Kissinger was questioned Tues- uncompromising integrity."
day by the Senate Foreign Rela- Private funeral services will be
tions Committee on his knowledge held at Forest Lawn Memorial
of the matter in which David Park. Surviving are his widow,
Young, a former Kissinger aide;
and later a member of the so-j
called White House "plumbers
unit," probed the leaks.
THE AFFAIR has threatened to , <.
brush Kissinger with at least the k
"plumbers unit" aspect of the:
Watergate affair.
Several Foreign Relations Com-
mittee members have said private-
ly that they vere not entirely con-
vinced that Kissinger did not have..
knowledge of Young's investigation {
as he asserted during hearings last
September on his nomination to be
secretary of state.
I A tax lawyer who admits
back-dating a deed to President#
Nixon's vice presidential papers
has refused to sy under oath
whether he told Nixon about it.

TEuE 311111E
Presents
CRICKET SMITH

Frances, and their son, Samuel Jr., 1882. Arriving in ..New York, he
also a film producer. went right to work, His only edu-
Tributes poured in from famous cation came from night school. A
figures. Lucille Ball, who got her, born salesman, he was earning
first movie job in Goldwyn's , $15,000 in the. glove business. But
"Roman Scandals," said. "He was he couldn't stay away from the
the best friend I ever had and the nickelodeons.
greatest showman I ever knew." - -_ __- --
one of that rare breed that scaried
this industry and made it into
, something more than a nickelo-
deon sideshow . . . He had a
strange sense of knowing what the I AT(I
public wanted." LWO~ maj or'
John Wayne: "Well, the industry'
has lost a man who dedicated his ,
life to making pictures in goodp sons
taste. I wish there were more like OS
him."
Goldwyn produced an astonish-- (Continued from Page 1)
ing number of film hits. Among comment that "almost everyone is
them: "D a r k A n g e 1," "Dods- in favor of 10 per cent black en-
worth," "Arrowsmith," "D e a d rollment on campus." In the past,
End," "The Westerner," "The Hoffman has spearheaded efforts
L itt 1 e F ox e s," "Pride of- the to keep Council from endorsing the
Yankees," "Up in Arms,"' "Wuth- BAM demands.
ering Heights," "The Best Years : Council also began to gear up
of Our L i v e s," "My Foolish for the' spring elections to estab-
Heart," "Hans Christian Ander- lishing a committee to write a
sen," "Guys and Dolls." His last new computer program for count-
film was "Porgy and Bess" in ing the ballots. The motion spe-
1969. cified that the people who draw up
GOLDWYN WAS an immigrant the program must vow not to be
from Poland who came to the Unit- connected with any political party
ed States when he was 12. running for SGC office. This was
His death left only one pioneer an apparent effort to prevent the
who started the film industry in embarrassing partisan mishaps
the second decade of the century. which have plagued recent SGC
Adolph Zukor, who helped found elections.
Paramount with Goldwyn, Jesse In a related move, SGC bureau-
Lasky and Cecil B. DeMille, is crat Elliot Chikoffsky. revealed to
frail but still alert at 101. Council that someone had been
Only in his last years, did Gold- signing onto the SGC computer
wyn retire from his self-appointed account and running the computer
position as spokesman for the in- on SGC money.
dependent film makers of the in- CHIKOFFSKY STATED his be-
dustry. For 50 years he had gone Elief that Bert Moberg was respon-
his own way, fighting the major sible for this, since Moberg and
studios and playing the maverick he only knew the current pass-
in Hollywood pword. Chikoffsky further revealed
HIS LAST crusade came in 1963, that upon learning of the usurpa-
when he became alarmed about tion of Council computer time he
the changes that were taking place had changed the SGC password.
in the industry., On his 80th birth- Council ranks were once again
day, he proposed that all ele- reduced when Rick Spilman of
ments of the business adopt a code the Screw SGC party last night
of ethics, but no one came to the announced his resignation. In a
support of his suggestion. brief statement Spilman said
The producer remained active working with Council was "akin to
into his 80s, taking long walks ev- asking Richard Nixon for the truth
ery day and supervising the re- on Watergate". Spilman added
lease of his films to television. that he no longer wished to be as-
He was born Samuel Goldfish in sociated with campus politics in
the Warsaw ghetto on Aug. 27, any way.
FINALLY, at the end of the
brief, poorly attended meeting,
Council established a committeeto
investigate the feasibility of open-
ing a grocery co-op. Bob Garber,
aconservative Council independ-
pp ent, was named to head up this
group.

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Feb. 2 &3

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