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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 18, 1971

" Judge shelves request
- to examine Times files

NEW YORK TIMES President and Publisher Arthur Suizberger
stands before newsmen at Kennedy Airport Wednesday and de-
fends his newspaper's use of a classified government report on
the history of the war in Vietnam.

By The Associated Press
Federal Judge Murray Gurfein,
while urging the New York Times
to cooperate voluntarily, shelved
yesterday the government's mo-
tion to examine the newspaper's
file of all data relating to the
Pentagon.
The Times, however, agreed to
list voluntarily for the govern-
ment the secret Pentagon docu-
ments upon which the newspaper
based its interrupted series on
the origins of the Vietnam war.
At the most, Judge Gurfein, in
his statement yesterday, had as-
sured the Times he would order
the paper to make available for
inspection only documents men-
tioned in the government's or-
iginal suit, which earlier this
week halted publication of the
Times series.
In yesterday's proceedings, a
Times representative revealed
that the newspaper has facsimile
copies of the documents referred
to in their serieshand that they
oppose letting the government
see their materials because of
handwritten notations w h i c h
might help the government iden-
tify the newspaper's confidential
source.
A source at the Times today
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also said the paper 'has made
copies of its own of the docu-
ments, having made several
copies because of the number of
-its staff working on the news
accounts.
In a related development yes-
terday, a former Times reporter
said Daniel Ellsberg, 40, one of
the "whiz kids" of the Defense
Department under former Sec-
retary Robert S. McNamara, was
the man who gave the Times the
secret Pentagon study of the
Vietnam war.
Despite the careful precautions
taken by the Times, Sidney Zion
identified Ellsberg as the source
of the secret documerts on a lo-
cal radio interview Wednesday
night.

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Ellsberg, now a researcher at
the Massachusetts Institute {f
Technology, was last seen by as-
sociates in his office Wednesday
afternoon.
Zion said Ellsberg go'; access
to the study after leaving gov-
ernment service and going to
work for the Rand Corp., which
had copies of the 47-volume
Pentagon report.
In naming Ellsberg on the Bar-
ry Gray interview program on
WMCA Radio, Zion refused to
say where he got his informatico,
but called his source "very im-
peccable."
"I want to say that I think he
did an extraordinary act for the
country and that he's to be prais-
ed and not condemned . . ." Zion
said.

I

ne Ws briefs
By The Associated Press

THE U.S. AIR FORCE YESTERDAY BEGAN to airlift East
Pakistani refugees from overcrowded relief camps in eastern India
to Gauhati in neighboring Assam.
The U.S. airlift is expected to last a month and affect 30,000
refugees, although the Assam government says it can accommodate
only 5,000 at a Gauhiti transit camp.
Two new camps in the state are currently preparing permanent
accommodations for the refugees.
PRESIDENT NIXON DECLARED YESTERDAY that drug
abuse is America's public enemy No. 1, and asked Congress for an
extra $155 million to "tighten the noose around the necks of drug
peddlers."
Most of the extra money would be earmarked for the treatment
and rehabilitation of addicts.
The President also revealed the creation of a new special action
Office of Drug Abuse Prevention within the White House.
OKINAWA, THE FINAL BATTLEGROUND of World War II,
will be restored to Japan under agreements signed yesterday in
Tokyo and Washington.
Violent street demonstrations in Japan and protests, in Okinawa
and Formosa resulted from the signing.
Scores of demonstrators and at least 30 riot police were injured in
clashes in Tokyo.
JOHN F. SHAW, THE FORMER FBI AGENT who resigned
rather than accept a transfer after being criticized for a letter he
wrote about the bureau, has won a settlement of his case.
Shaw, 37, will get $13,000 in back pay and the government will
remove and destroy all prejudicial information from his personnel
file, announced Shaw's lawyer Melvin Wulf yesterday.
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