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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 12, 1973

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, January 12, 1973

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Pacifist B52 flyer
resigns his command
SAIGON (P) - Saying "a man Heck, 30, of Chula Vista, Calif.
has to answer to himself first," a "There is enough suffering just in
highly-decorated B52 commander South Vietnam to warrant a dis-
submitted his resignation yester- continuation of the war. But the
day. after refusing to fly any more massive bombing of the N o r t I
combat missions. i might have been the last straw,
"The goals do not iustifv t h e and I think the step that specifi-

PEACE TALKS CONTINUE:
N.Viets resist bombing blitz

mass destruction and killing. It
was not specifically the bombing
of the North," said Capt. Michael
Mum reporter
freed from 'ail
pending appeal
WASHINGTON (lP) - Supreme,
Court Justice William Douglas yes-
terday ordered reporter William
Farr freed from jail while he ap-1
peals a contempt conviction for a
story about the 1970 Manson trial.
Douglas said he was freeing Farr
"in the interest of justice" since
he had raised an issue not covered
by past decisions of the Supreme
Court.
Farr, 38, has been in jail 48
days. Douglas ordered that the
Los Angeles Time reporter be
freed "on his own recognizance."
Farr was held in contempt by
Superior Court Judge Charles
Older of Los Angeles for writing
a story about a prospective wit-
ness' statement that the Manson
"family" planned to murder sev-
eral movie stars. Farr was then
working for the Herald-Examiner.
Older held Farr in contempt for
refusing to divulge the names of
the lawyers who supplied him with
the statement. During the trial
the judge had imposed an order
barring lawyers and other trial
participants from disclosing any
information about the case.
Farr argued that the contempt
conviction was invalid since he
was ordered to jail more than a
year after the trial. The state has
a one-year statute of limitations.
He said that since the judge could
not take action against the lawyers
more than a year after the in-
formation was given to Farr the
reporter himself could no longer
be held accountable.

cally pushed me over the brink. E
"I came to the decision that any
war creates an evil far greater1
than anything it is trying to pre-l
vent, whatever the reasons, even
for the self-determination of South
Vietnam. The goals do not justify
the mass destruction and killing.
It's torn our own country apart.
"I'm just a tiny cog in a big'
wheel. I have no illusions t h a t
what I'm doing will shorten t h e?
war, but a man has to answer to
himself first."
Heck said he hoped the A i r:
Force would release him without
a court-martial, but that he could
live with a prison term "easier,
than I can with taking part in the
war.'
He appeared yesterday, before?
the military's equivalent of a grand
jury to determine if he should face
a court-martial for refusing to fly.
Conviction could bring a two-year
prison term.
The findings will not be known
for several days, Heck said in an
interview, but in the meantime he
has submitted his resignation and
also, as an alternative, is seeking
noncombat status as a conscien-
tious objector. That could result in
immediate discharge rather than
court-martial.
He is the first American pilot
known to have refused to go into
combat since air operations began
in Southeast Asia 8 years ago.;
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By AP and Reuters
PARIS - North Vietnam and
the Viet Cong said yesterday
that efforts to negotiate a Viet-
nam peace settlement are doom-
ed to failure if the United States
tries to impose "unreasonable
terms" by bombing raids or oth-
er acts of force.
The warning was sounded at
the 173rd session of the s e m i-
public peace conference and
seemed to refer to the continu-
ing, secret talks between Henry
Kissinger and Hanoi's Le Duc
Tho.
The talks went on at two lev-
els. Kissinger and Tho met for
more than six hours in an Amer-
ican-owned villa in suburban St.
Nom la Breteche, while t h e
semipublic conference went
through its weekly ritual of
speech-making in t h e former
Hotel Majestic near the Arc de
Triomphe.
Kissinger and Tho agreed to
meet against today.
The chief roadblock in the way
of a ceasefire agreement, well-
informed sources said, is a clear
definition of the demilitarized
zone separating North and South
Vietnam.
Saigon wants the DMZ to serve
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as a solid impenetrable barrier
preventing the North Vietnamese
government from sending sup-
plies and men to help the Viet
Cong.
Furthermore, the Saigon gov-
ernment now claims there a r e
two sovereign Vietnams.
The North Vietnamese tacitly
agreed in the previous round of
secret negotiations to pull out
their forces from the south if
American troops leave the coun-
try and South Vietnamese Presi-
dent Nguyen Van Thieu demobil-
izes part of his armed forces.
But the North Vietnamese want
to reserve the right to move in-
to the south to help the V i e t
Cong in case of major clashes
with Saigon government forces
and violations of a ceasefire ac-
cord, informed sources said.

Meanwhile, American w a r -
planes dropped tons of bombs on
the southern panhandle of North
Vietnam in the second consecu-
tive day of heavy raids over the
area.
Radio Hanoi termed the raids
"frenzied and criminal acts of
war of the Nixon administration"
which "shed more light on the
obdurate, bellicose and brutal
nature of the U.S. imperialists
who intend to use bombs and
shells to threaten the Vietnamese
people and force them to accept
their absurd terms" for a peace-
ful settlement of the war.
While the air strikes continued
at a high rate, the number of
communist attacks in South Viet-
nam dropped. The Saigon com-
mand said there were 54 such
incidents in the 24-hour period

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BRUNCH
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MICHIGAN UNION ANDERSON ROQMS A & B
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lilyFree Press critic Susan Stork who
called HAROLD AND MAUDE
"the most easy-to-take comedy of
the year" and who picked it as
Theatre Phone 668-6416; one of the year's
10 best films.
They met at the funeral of a perfect stranger.
From then on, things got perfectly stranger and stranger.
Paramount Pictures Presents
HAROLD and MAUDE
Color by Technicolor A Paramount Picture "
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"THE DOVE"
A satire on Ingmar Bergman films

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