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Friday, July 7, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL
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NOAH DIETRICH, the former business associate of Howard
Hughes, filed suit against the billionaire industrialist for slander.
The suit asks for $51 million in damages.
Dietrich, in the suit contends that Hughes slandered him
in a telephone news interview held last January.
During the conference, Hughes referred to another business
associate as a "no-good dishonest son-of-a-bitch, and he stole me
blind." Dietrich has charged that later in the interview Hughes
likened him to that individual.
Also named defendants were Hughes Tool Co., the public
relations firm of Carl Byir and Associates, and Richard Hannah,
a Byoir account executive.
This was the same interview in which Hughes discounted the
authenticity of the autobiography written about him by Clifford
Irving.
PROTESTANT PARAMILITARY COMMANDOS are being
deployed throughout Northern Ireland, militant Protestant leader
William Craig announced yesterday.
The commando units are standing by to aid the Ulster Defense
Association, another militant Protestant organization, in an an-
ticipated increase of bloody conflict during the summer months.
The units are composed of men "with military training," accord-
ing to Craig, and reportedly include veterans of the British army.
Craig also said he could forsee civil war in the north within a
year if the British government does not remove its ban on the
Protestant provisional Parliament.
SAMUEL JACKSON, general assistant secretary of the De-
partment of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) rebuked
William Morris of the National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People (NAACP) for his criticism of President Nixon's
federal housing programs.
At the 63rd annual convention of the NAACP in Detroit Tues-
day, Morris speculated that lack of low income housing may be
part of a plan to abandon the nation's cities, allowing whites to
reclaim them later. Morris is the national director of housing for
the NAACP.
Jackson claimed that the statement made by Morris was un-
fair, unbalanced and biased. He indicated that HUD has been
constructing more lower and moderate income housing in the
inner cities than ever before.
SEN. HUBERT HUMPHREY, in Waverly, Minn., said if he
receives the Democratic nomination he believes Gov. George
Wallace "could and would give me support." Humphrey said
Wallace "could be an active spokesman" for some Democratic
candidates, but not for a McGovern ticket.
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE Melvin Laird lashed out yesterday
against Sen. George McGovern's military spending budget. He
said McGovern's proposed $30 billion slash in the budget would
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world peace.
He said the new budget would replace a philosophy of strength
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In a report criticizing McGovern's plan Laird said, "His pro-
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The Democratic Platform Committee rejected recently both
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can be reduced substantially with no weakening of our national
security."
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