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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 12, 1975

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CIA disclosure may

5 convicts escape

Sunday, October 12
Day Calendar
TV Ctr.: The Natural World, WWJ J
TV, channel 4, noon.
WUOM: The States of the Union,E
bicentennial series -- featured state,
Rhode Island 1,pm.
craduate outing: Hiking, N. En-
try, Rackham, 1:30 pm.
PTP: Miller's Death of a Sales-
man, Power, 3 pm.?
Music School: Piano Chamber Mu-
sic, Recital Hall, 4:30 pm; 15th An-
nual Conference on Organ Music,

Science, Human Values Series : 0
TiiutFollies, Aud. B, Angell, 8 01o e citr sn
Musical Society: Gustav Leon-'

Aud., 8:30 pm.

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Career Planning & Placement,
3200 SAB, 764-7456
Recruiting on campus:
Oct. 13-Bell System
Oct. 14-Battelle N.W./Research
Ctr. - '
Oct. 15- Rike's

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Monday, October 13 Hudson Co., & Princeton U/Wood-
row Wilson Sch. of Intern'1 Affairst
WUOM: "A Portrait of Sir Mi- Oct.22-Procter & Gamble, Union
chael Tippett," 10 am. Oil Co. of Calif., & Inst. for Para-
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Existentialist and Jew," Lee. Em. for seniors and grad students in-t
2, MLB, 4 pm; "Martin Buber: Cri- terested in communications fields.]
tique," 1429 Hill, 8 pm. Learn practical facts about career
Hayward Keniston Lecture: John opportunities., Sat. Nov. 1. $5.00 fee.]
Ciardi, poet, "In and Out of the Register by Oct. 22 with this organ-!
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Hudson Ladd, Burton Tower, 7-8 study in marketing at the U. of]
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(Continued from Page1)
wrongdoings. Pike said disclo-
sure of some of the material
contained in the report, which
earlier had been provided to
both the Senate intelligence
panel and the Rockefeller Com-
mission, "would just plain be
embai-assing in the conduct of
our international relations."
Pike said he had obtained the
internal CIA report on alleged
wrongdoings after telling direc-
tor William Colby he was pre-
pared to accuse the agency of
a cover-up if the report was not
turned over.
Pike said that if he were at-
torney general he believed he
would prosecute those involved
in some of the misdeeds de-
scribed in the report, but he
acknowledged that the judgment
of others might differ.

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affect adversely our relations (Continued from Page 1) policeman. A gun and two xaz-
with that country." fudi h tto
Discussions in the same two Besides Roche, the escapes ors were foun inthe tao
documents of "coordination with were identified as Maurice Phi- wagon.
other agencies . . . could prompt lion, 40, of Oakland, Calif., serv- The prison officials gave this
attacks on our diplomatic per- ing a 50-year sentence for bank account:
sonnel overseas as being spies robbery, assaulting a federal The escape began when an
and covert operators," the sum- officer and attempted escape; inmate feigned an illness and
mary said. Henry M. Gargano, 43, of Chi- overpowered two hospical at-
THE SUMMARY by NSC staff cago, serving 199 years for bank tendants who were c irrying him
secretary Jeanne W. Davis was robbery and murder; Dennis D. from his cell on a stretcher.
submitted to District Court Hunter, 26, of Salem, Ohio, serv- The inmate forced the attend-
Judge Thomas Flannery by Jus- ing a 22-year sentence for kid- ants and two guardsI into a cell
tice Department lawyers as the naping, assaulting a federal of- and obtained a key to release
result of a suit filed in July by ficer and escape, and ArThur J. five other inmates.
Morton Halperin, a former Mankins, 37, of Germantown, The. inmates, three of them
member of the NSC staff. N.C., serving life sentence for lifers forced their way through
In addition to the CIA's char- murder. five gates and climbed a hill to
ter for covert operations, the Meanwhile, six inmatas fled Ware eo Jnkins' he.
summary also described a 1952 the Indiana State Prison in A fea Jenkins home.
memo from President Harry Michigan City with five hos- control booth disoteyed prison
Truman establishing the super- tages, including the warden and rules by ooening aate for the
secret National Security Agency his wife. But their flight ended ines any ope hg a ge the
and the so-called NSCIDs (Na- two miles away, amid a gun- mates and hostages. Te in-
tional Security Council Intelli- fire-punctuated chase, when a mte shot at the guard but
gence Directives) that since 1947 policeman shot out a tire on themissed.
have dealt out broad assign- getaway car.
ments to the U.S. intelligence ___- - .- 1-7

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The' summary of secret docu-
ments filed in U.S. District
Courf by the NSC said that por-

tions of two 1948 documents community.
dealing with "the activities of Confirmation of the CIA plot
another country during the cold against Lumumba came in se-
war" are so harshly worded that cret testimony before the Sen-
"the language employed in the ate committee by Dr. Sidney
documents could be exploited to Gottlieb.

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THE VEHICLE crashed into
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with neither escapees nor hos-
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score of police cruisers con-
verged on the disabled car, he
inmates surrendered.
The right front tire of the sta-
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to blast
Ford's
tax plan
WASHINGTON (P) - Demo
cratic congressmen are being
advised to tell their constituents
that President Ford's proposal
for a $28-billion tax cut. matched
by an equal spending reduction
is phony and designed to help
his election campaign.
This is a major theme of two
documents distributed to Demo-
cratic House members, one by
the Democratic Policy Commit-
tee's information task force and
the other by the party whip's
office.
"HE WANTS the tax cut to
begin in Januaryh1976, the $28
billion reduction in government
programs would not begin until
October 1976," the task force
said.
"Thus for the entire period of
the election campaign he would
offer voters a tax reduction plus
the government programs.
"But as soon as they vote, the
programs would be cut off ..
"The phoniness of this ap-
proach is fairly obvious."
Both apparently reflect con-
cern among Democrats that
Ford may have hit on a pro-
posal that would appeal to
Americans worried about their
own budgets.
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Sunday, October 12, 1975
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