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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday,

February 19, 1976

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TONIGHT-Thursday, Feb. 19
THE 400 BLOWS>
(FRANCOIS TRUFFAUT, 1959)
AUD. A-7 & 9
In 1957, a young film critic named Francois:
Trufffaut was banned from the Cannes Film
Festival. In 1959 the same Truffaut won the
Grand Prix with this beautiful film of a boy
unloved and unwanted at home who withdraws
to a private, then fugitive existence. The film's
ending is one of the most cherished in cinema.
French with subtitles. Starring JEAN-PIERRE
LEA U D.
AUD. A, A NGELL HALL- $1.25
FRIDAY: SMILE and RANCHO DELUXE in MLB

Ford orders tight
control on CIA

Investigation says
officers may have
fired guns too soon

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(Continued from Page 1)
of influencing or reporting on
them.
The "limited exceptions" to,;
these guidelines would permit
the collection of domestic in-
telligence, including the use of.
physical surveillance, for pur-
poses of counter-espionage and
to conduct security checks on
government employes and con-,
tractors with access to intelli-
gence secrets. None of the lim-
its apply to the FBI, which will

be governed by a separate set;
of guidelines to be issued byj
Atty. Gen. Edward Levi within'
90 days.

(Continued from Page 1)
In a separate message to There has been speculation in
Congress, Ford said he would the aftermath of the shooting.
seek legislation that would re- that the black officer, Thomas
quire the government to obtain Pressley, knew the youths per-
a judicial warrant before in- sonally.
stalling a national security But according to Councilman
wiretap. Lou Belcher (R-Fifth Ward), "IfI

C.' G. JUNG-

Workshop on Jung's Model of the Human Psyche
SESSION I: SESSION II:
Friday Evening, Feb. 20 Saturday Afternoon, Feb. 21
8:00 P.M. TO 10:00 P.M. 1:00 P.M. TO 4:00 P,M.
Focussing on the Ego, Psycho- Focussing on the Anima/Animus,
logical Types, the Personna, and the Archetypes, the Self, and the
the Shadow. Process of Indiviluation.

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CONGRESS ITSELF is ex-'
pected to complete work soon
on a number of its own recom-
mendations on the CIA, FBI
and other intelligence agen-
cies. The major difference be-
tween the President and Con-
gress is the degree of control
each should wield.
Ford indicated he also would
seek to expand government
powers to open mail, which cur-
rently is permitted only in'
criminal investigations.
Under the procedure propos-
ed by Ford, the government

they (the officers) knew them,
they certainly didn't recognize
them."
Keogh said that in her find-
ings, Murray excerpted part of
Police Chief Walter Krasny's
report on the incident, which
stated that "The officers did not
recognize or know the subjects
fleeing from the building, how-
ever, they may have been able

to identify had they escaped."'
Keogh noted that this state-
ment is u n c l e a r, reflecting
Krasny's "ineptitude."
According to Robert Edwards,
who was with Bullock and his
brother Larry while they "were
talking about a robbery," the
two youths were unarmed.
HOWEVER, he added that
when he passed by the gas sta-
tion, he "could see the dude in-
side with his hands up."
Keogh also suggested that "if
someone calls in and says
they're being robbed, you can
assume there is a weapon in-
volved."

part or spy report
NEW YORK (R)-The House last week.
intelligence committee con-j The material published by the
cluded that U.S. intelligence Voice yesterday detailed the
agencies are, today, beyond difficulties the committee had
the scrutiny of Congress, ac-'in securing secret information
cording to a document which the from the White House, the intel-
Village Voice published yester- ligence agencies and FBI, the
day and identified as part of the State Department and other
committee's still-secret report. 1agencies of the executive
The cozimittee, which review- branch. Other than specifics of
ed covert intelligence operations, these problems, and statements
since 1965, also said "para-| of the committee's reaction,
military operations of the worst there was little, if anything, in
type seemed to come from out- the 10 pages that had not pre-
side" the CIA and were ordered vioisly been made public by
by former President Nixon and other newspapers and news or-
Secretary of State Henry Kissm- i ganizations.
ger, the Voice report said. Although numerous public
THE statement was made in statements of cooperation with
reference to U.S. activities in the committee were made by
Chile during the presidency of the executive branch and the
Salvador Allende and U.S. sup- intelligence agencies, the report
port for the now-ended Kurdish said: "Thetreality was delay,
rebellion in Iraq. refusal, missing' information, as-
The Voice, a New York City serted privileges and on and
weekly newspaper, last week on.
published what it said was the
investigative section of the cor- "IF THIS committee's recent
mittee's report. Daniel Schorr, experience is any test, intel-
a CBS newsman, has said he ligence agencies that are to be
su.pplied the Voice with a copy controlled by congressional law-
of the report.' - making are, today, beyond the
The Justice Department said lawmaker's scrutiny," 'the re-
Tuesday it may investigate the port said.
leak which led to the initial The report said there are 15,-
publication of the report in the 466 persons in the executive
Voice last week and Rep., branch who can classify infor-
Samuel Stratton (D-N.Y.) said mation. "What it all means is
he plans to ask for a formal that there must be a responsible
house investigations system of clbssification, accom-
THE VOICE said it was pub- panied, by an equally responsible
lishing the material printed yes- and" effective system of declas-
terday because it provides per- sification. We have neither."
spective for understanding the Noting that intelligence should
reaction of administration of- serve both the military and dip-
ficials to the section it published lomatic purposes of the country,
---------_ it stated: " . . . It is nearly

Prof. talks about
Nigorerian politics

Both sessions will be held
at Canterbury House
(corner of N. Division _IOU SE
and Catherine)

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could obtain a court order to
open mail if it could show (Continued from Page1)
"there is probable cause to be- "THE OFFICERS called
lieve that the sender or recip- themselves the 'young revolu-
ient is an agent of a foreign I tionaries"' Uzoigwe continued.
power who is engaged in spy- t
!moeg woi eggd nsy "I do not understand what they
ing, sabotage or terrorism." men.Ther stams toey
have no ideological content.
A UTO "They initially supceeded in
taking over the Nigerian radio
MAINTENANCE station. They were successful
C4TE for a while in Lagos (the Ni-
gerian capital), and in the cap-
Rental Facilities for ital of the Western province,
Do-It-You rsel f he said. "They were not sup-1
ported in the eastern and nor-
Auto Mechanics thern states, and obviously that,
was sufficient reason for the
STALLS $3.50/Hr. coup to collapse."
HOIST $5.00/Hr.
TOOLS AVAILABLE UZOIGWE - who himself is
OPEN 7 DAYS Nigerian - said that it is be-
cause of a general disillusion-
Mechanics on Duty ment with, politics in Nigeria
for Advice and Service ' that there was not much popu-
lar interest in the coup.
3650 CARPENTER RD. "West Africans," he remark-
Across from Meaier's ed, "Ghanaians and Nigerians
973-2650 particularly, have come to the
conclusion that they should not:
The University of Michigan's
Committee for the Bicentennial and the
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
cordially invite the public to attend a lecture,
HAS THE NEW WORN OFF?
How Much of the Revolutionary
Tradition Has Survived?
by
PROF. MARTIN DIAMOND
National Humanities Institute, Yale University
Friday, February 20-4:15 P.M.
Auditorium A, Angell Hall
APPLICA TIONS are now being taken
fOr residency in the

kill each other for any kind+
military leader. If you tal
over power, the public will sa
'Bravo.' Then if you're ove
thrown, again they'll sa
'Bravo."'
It is difficult, Uziogwe sai
to outline the political philos
phies of such leaders as M
hammed and Abasanjo.
"THESE are really your
men," he noted. "If either
them were politicians who
views we'd been following ov
a period of time, then we'd 1
able to draw conclusions.,
"But we never heard of the
before the Biafran war" -- ti
bloody civil conflict of the la
sixties in which an attempts
secession by the Biafran sta
was suppressed.
"They were never in ti
limelight, and they came
power by the barrel of the gu
They haven't .written anythil
or made any speeches that 'm
know of," Uziogwe added.
"MUHAMMED," he explai
ed, "was one of the leadir
commanders in the Nigeria
civil war. He was the indivi
ual responsible for the occup
tion of Onitsha in Biafra ai
suffered disastrously when tt
Biafrans ambushed his trool
at Abagana.
"He has been criticized f
his handling of that operatio
He fought the war like a medi
val Islamic lord, leading hord
without adequately making su
that ambushes were imposi
ble," Uziogwe said.
"They were ambushed," l
continued, "and they to
thousands. In fact, I saw tl
wreckage when I went home
few years ago.
"AFTER THAT, he was
disgrace with the federal go
ernment, and he was se
away as an ambassador. I
came back to work in the arm
signal corps."
"Muhammed is rumored
have plundered the bank of t
midwest of Nigeria when l
was pursuing the Biafran
What we know is that he w
the commander of the forc
that conquered the midwest
Nigeria, that the money in tl
Bank of Bini disappeared, ar
that the Biafrans did not ha
time in their retreat to take it
said Uzoigwe.

of
ke
ay
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ay
Id,
so-
fu-
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of
use
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13

Fleming
defends
CIA o
campus
(Cniudfo aeicould be used ultimately.
destructive purposes.

impossible, today, to evaluate
how well intelligence serves dip-
lomatic ends. If it does not serve
well, it is hard ti imagine how
Ianything could be known or
done about it by Congress."'
Acep
MPLAC"

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forDig

he "I'M TOLD that :we don't.reqis
ps have any contracts with the
CIA. It is possible that there is
or a front for the CIA but if so, we o teU..uad o'
n. don't know," said Fleming. -a growing. awarenessand
e- But Barbara Storper dis- sensitivity aboit Angola among
es agreed, saying that current re- American blacks.
re search being conducted by the
$i- Institute for Social Research HE INTENDS to "do what
was funded by the Army, we can" in 'the House, but em-
he against Lniversity policy. ,rhasized that the' legislative
st "These projects must have body is constitutionally limited
he been approved by the faculty in its powers concerning the
a committee (overseeing research recognition of a foreign country.
carried on by the University)," Recognitions of foreign gov-
in Fleming responded, then added, ernments is a perrogative of the
v- "but I'll be glad to look into executive branch of governnlent
nt them." -Congress can advise and con-
He A University professor doing sent to such actions as the
ny research on a new kind of president initiates, but cannot
bomb explosive is also violating ,take independent action.
to the same University policy, add-__ ________
lhe ed student Robert Miller. THE MICHIGAN DAiLY
he In answer to charges made I Volume LXXxvI, No.129
sI. by Stiers that the CIA and NSA Thursday, February 19, 1976
as are not equal opportunity em- t edited and managed by students
Uier- at the University of Michigan. News
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of sity policy to bar any such or- paid at Ann Arbor. Michigan 48109.
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ve make no effort to police this Arbor, Michigan 48109, Subscription
," policy because we have no rates: $12 Sept. thru April (2 semes-
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-- ISummer session published Tues-
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Subscription rates in Ann
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