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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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I Senate reveals CIA

RICK DAVID
Goodman fires

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A large portion of fresh greens, tomatoes, cheese, (Continued from Page 1)
mushrooms, cauliflower, olives and sprouts with our EDWARD KORRY, U. S. am-'
famous yogurt dressing. bassador to Chile from 1967 to
NOT AVAILABLE FOR 1971, acknowledged in public
CARRY OUT testimony yesterday that "the'
U. S. in Chile case is a thicket
yCookeof ironies." But he accused
SLongevity C kry Chairman Frank Church, D-Ida-'
314 E. Liberty ho), of fashioning "a bedlam of
Y humbug and a blaze of unwar-
Ann Arbor, Mich. ranted national guilt."
(313) 662-2019 Korry accused Church of be-
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I _ _I tiesas chairman of a suibcom-
ow -mr 6 ittee on inter-American af-
_.__. -fairs. Korry said Church re-'
-I jected his renuests to hold a
I meeting on Chile in 1969 and
tI A P - a mu a i 'NinP 01 K1I 1970 because "Latin American

SGC vice-president

affairs did not . . . promise
enough headlines."
Korry called the committee's
findings with respect to his role
in the campaign against Allen-
de "hogwash," and insisted
that he was never told of covert
efforts to overthrow Allende.
WHEN CHURCH asked if he
thought the American ambassa-
dor should be informed about
all such covert operations, Kor-
ry replied, "Absolutely."
"In that case," Church said,
"you should be more outraged"
at your superior in the Nixon
administration "than with this
committee."
Charles Meyers, who was as-
sistant secretary for Latin

By MITCH DUNITZ
Student Government Council
(SGC) President Debra Good-
man last night fired Associate
Vice-president Rick David in
what she claimed was a move.
to increase his post's responsi-
bilities.
Goodman said that although
until the present the role of the
associatervice-president has
been to write agendas, post cal-
enders of SGC activities and as-
sign keys to SGC members, the
time has come "to increase the
resnonsibilities pertaining to
that position."

man's action was made "to al-
low the president to appoint
someone who she (Goodman)
completely trusts, but more im-
portantly, someone who has the
same political philosophy -
even though the job is basically'
administrative."
Also at last night's Council
meeting, discussion was de-c
laved on the issue ofare-estab-
lishing a minority affairs corn-
cil and the results of last
month's SGC election were cer-
tified.
All incumbents were defeat-
ed in the election.

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American affairs in 1970, said SHE ADDED that although
S AThe was informed of the covert David had been doing an ade-
operations. Neither Meyers nor quate job, she felt it necessary
a third witness, Ralph Dungan, "to give the role to someone
Korry's predecessor as ambas- who is easier to work with" and
sador to Chile, took exception ' "someone with more initiative."
with any of the committee's But David charged that Good-
findings.
SEN. JOHN TOWER, (R- e 0
TG M), Te the ranking minority jN1 jg'
MICHIGAN'S MOST member of the committee, and'
COMPLETE BOOKSTORE Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-'
Ariz.), said they opposed open to
committee hearings on the Chi- O specwR
lenn matter.
The covert operations, carried UNITED NATIONS (Reuter)
out by the CIA, were aimed at -The U.N. Security Council
encouraging the overthrow of agreed last night to invite the
F Allende and were apnroved by Palestine Liberation Organiza-
JJL1A CHIL'S the 40 member committee head- tion (PLO) to "participate fully"
HKICHEN ed by Kissinger, according to in its consideration of Tuesday's
the report. Kissinger has stated Israeli r a i d s on Palestinian
- nubliclv that all covert actions camps in Lebanon.
- he approved against Chile also U.S. Ambassador Daniel Moy-
were known to then-President nihan, who voted against the
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The winners were: Steve La-,
Tourette (Independent), Glen'
Engman, (MOVE), Gordon
Tucker (MOVE), Greg Higby I
(Campus Coalition), Marty
Kaufman (SOC), David Good-
man (SOC), and Enrique Baros-'
so (SOC).
tes
rl session
attempt to give "an amorphous
terrorist organiaztion" the attri-
butes of a sovereign govern-
ment.
T H E COUNCIL'S decision,
which avoided any reference to
the rules of procedure governing
the pirticipation of non-mem-
bers or individuals, is without
precedent.
Egypt, which joined Lebanon
in asking for the Council session
following the Israeli raids, had
asked for a hearing for the PLO.
Britain and Costa Rica joined
the U.S. in voting against the
resolution, offered by the non-
aligned members, to invite the
PLO.
NINE MEMBERS voted for
it and three abstained.
IMembers had tried to resolve
the question in ntensive private
consultations without having it
go to a vote.
Who knows what
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Friday, December 5, 1975
Lovelace
entices
crowds
(Continued from Page 1)
at the comparatively low ticket
price. "It's cheaper here," he
said, "than at the Krim and the
other porno places in Detroit."
"I've seen the movie before,"
explained zoology major Doug
Joyce. Taking a sip from his
"tall boy" can of Schlitz, he
said, "I want to pick up what
I missed last time. And it'll take
care of my sexual fantasies for
a while."
A WOMAN student explained
that she had to see the film
because she's writing a paper on
erotic movies. "I've seen it al-
ready, but I'm going a second
time to study the lighting and
camera angles.
"I've seen a lot of porno," she
continued, "and Deep Throat's
btter than most. Still,'it's kind
of slow. My favorite is Behind
the Green Door."
Asked about Lovelace's oral
prowess, the woman remarked,
"I don't think it's so unusual.
I ce" do that."
ECHOTNG that opinion, an-
other woman said, "I've done it.
Mir boyfriend showed me the
technique."
Cable TV
in danger
of going
iankrupt
(Continued from Page 1)
1,.)-l cable system becomes un-
certain.
"But when the smoke finally
"Icurs away. Connelly said,
m'vrersiH will probably go to
-ishr Oeks and they can run
t thm.selres or sell it.
"W)A, OR WHAT company
woi b"v the local system in
t is instance is uncertain since
there is a great deal of money
irnsaiied, according to Connelly.
The Ann Arbor Cablevision
SCrnanv was formed by Intertie
when Michigan CATV7 sold their
holdins because of financial
hardships.
Earlier this year Intertie be-
came the focus of a government
'nvestigatio, when charges were
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alledgedly violatig federal se-
cl'rities laws. They were also ac-
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cable franchises to investors at
an inflated rate while paying its
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