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Soturday, July 17, 197 1

THE MOICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Satuday Jul 17 197 TH MIHIGA DALY Pge eve

news briefs
By The Associated Press

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Ervin contests
subversive unit

Daily Classifieds

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INFLATION continued to climb during April, May and June,
although at a lower rate than any in the past three years.
The rise in the rate of inflation was 4.2 per cent during the
year's second quarter, the Commerce Department said.
The amount of goods and services produced increased by $19.7
billion, but this is only an actual growth rate of 3.6 per cent, below
the amount economists say is needed to start making a significant
dent in the jobless rate.
U.S. ATTY. GEN. John N. Mitchell charged yesterday that
many criminals are getting off scot-free because of stalling tactics
that abuse traditional rights of the accused and threaten to
drown American justice "in a sea of legalisms."
Addressing 2,000 lawyers at a convention of the American Bar
Association in London, Mitchell said this has encouraged would-be
criminals to break the law and has led to "cynical distrust" of the
, courts by many Americans. He urged that America adopt some
methods of the English court system-"a model of swift justice."
SEN. FRED HARRIS of Oklahoma announced yesterday he
will embark on a campaign for the Democratic presidential nomi-
nation instead of seeking re-election to his Senate seat.
Harris termed the effort to obtain the nomination an "explora-
It tory new populaist campaign," defining populist Democrats as those
who are being exploited and who have a common interest.
SEN. EDMUND MUSKIE, D-Me., urged yesterday that those
who seek the Democratic presidential nomination work together
to insure an open and democratic national convention in 1972.
He said they should agree to reject the support delegates not
selected under new party guidelines aimed at letting political new-
comers enter the party.
U.S. B52 BOMBERS carried out four raids along South Viet-
nam's northern frontier yesterday in a continuing effort to block
a North Vietnamese troop buildup.
However, action elsewhere remained light and scattered for the
12th straight day, the U.S. Command reported.
CHAIRMAN J.W. FULBRIGHT of the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee obtained copies of the Pentagon papers late in
1969, but says he kept them secret because he preferred to get
them directly from the Defense Department.
The committee chairman asked the Pentagon for the docu-
ments four times during late 1969 and early 1970, but was rejected
4a In his request.
Violence and delinquency in Mexico City
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WASHINGTON 0) - S en. Continued from PageS)
Bam Erin Jr., D-N.C., propos-
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Ervin said there is serious Market, 130 deslrsram Miehigan,
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But he said there is e v e n McGOVERN FOR PRESIDENT
Be-M Committee organizing for 1971-
graver doubt whether money 1972. If interested phone 434-0623 per-
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On July 2, the President is- 763-2147. eFtc
sued an executive order giving -
the board the power to n am e MADE IT!
groups on the Attorney Gen- You last saw a RICHARD LEE .photo
eral's so-called subversive list in TIME, now see more in the July
and to make new definitions of 27 issue of LOOK-on the cover, too
subvesive.Also an exhibition of his photos is
what is subversive. now on at PARADISE-the waterbed
"What this executive order manufacturers--at 213 S. Fourth Ave.
proposes to do," Ervin said, "is CF
to allow one group of a few
men to define what they think
is American, what they think
the Constitution of the laws
permit and forbid, and then de-
signate those who disagree as
subversives."
He said the President's order
would give the board "wide and
unrestrained powers to do!
great harm to Americans." j
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