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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, July 7, 1970

Tuesday, July 7, 1970

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SOVIET SAM3 ANTIAIRCRAFT MISSILES have been en-
countered by Israeli warplanes over Egypt and so far as Israel
knows, the advanced weapons sites are manned by Soviet per-
sonnel, Lt. Gen. Haim Bar-Lev said yesterday.
Up to now, less-advanced SAM2 missiles have been used against
the Israelis. Bar-Lev told newsmen the new missiles have been set
up and launched by Egyptian-Soviet teams.
"We clearly see the Russian hand in the field of planning and
directing and operating the whole concentration of batteries," he
said. Bar-Lev contended that the missiles deployment is designed to
deprive Israel of its air superiority over the canal zone and to enable
the Egyptians to intensify offensive activity along the front.
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THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CYPRUS holds the balance
of power in the island's House of Representatives in the wake of.
Sunday's elections.
The party contested nine of the 35 Greek Cypriot seats in the
50-seat Houst and won at least seven of them. When all votes are
counted, the Communists are expected to have won the undecided
two as well.
Both of Cyprus' two main political groupings, both rightist, fought
bitterly throughout the campaign and failed to win a majority. Each
was expected to take about a dozen seats, with the rest going to in-
dependents.
Fifteen seats in the House are reserved for the island's Turkish
minority, and they boycott its sessions.
STOCK MARKET PRICES dropped sharply yesterday, ap-
parently reflecting what analysts said was investor concern over
developments in the Middle East and corporate earnings.
The Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks closed down 13.48
at 675.66, its lowest level since May 27 when the market began its
rebound from its lowest level in 71/2 years.
FRENCH DRUG USERS will no longer be jailed, but be sent
to hospitals for treatment. However, penalties for pushers will rise
sharply and foreign users and pushers will be barred from French
soil for life.
France has led the severe Europe-wide crackdown on drugs forI
the past year, with scores of arrests made weekly for possession of
drugs, often involving foreigners crossing the French border.
Under the new law, anyone caught using an illegal drug will be
placed uinder medical surveillance. If a medical study coupled with
investigation of the person's family, social and professional back-
ground shows him to have a drug habit, he must undergo a cure at an
approved hospital.
STATE ATTY. GEN. FRANK KELLY yesterday told the con-j
vention of the Michigan Chiefs of Police Association that disunity
within the law enforcement community is responsible for."an im-
mense loss of efficiency in the war against crime,"
"Each of us is aware of petty bickering between local law enforce-
ment agencies, of ugly disputes between prosecutors and police, of
jealousies and rivalries between agencies and even between depart-
ments within the same agency," Kelly said.
Eves 1 A 4 Matinees

WASHINGTON (1P - A new
U.S. government film to be
shown abroad portrays Vice
President Spiro Agnew as a
fighter for civil rights and ed-
ucation-and as a sometimes-
controversial leader who speaks
nis mind.
"His voice is heard through-
out the country-sometimes a
voice of controversy-praised by
some-denounced by others,"
says actor John Wayne as nar-
rator for the U.S. Information
Agency documentary unveiled
yesterday.
"But, on one point, there is
common agreement. He is still a
man who speaks his mind."
The 15-minute color movie
will be sent to some 150 U.S.
diplomatic posts overseas for
foreign showings. Such USIA
propaganda films are not offer-
ed for domestic showing.
It is intended "to introduce
the vice president cinematically
to the world," USIA's motion
pictures-television chief, Bruce
Herschensohn, said.
Other such films distributed
abroad by USIA have featured
Presidents Nixon, Johnson, Ken-.
nedy, Eisenhower and Truman,
former Vice President Hubert
H. Humphrey, and various non-
political personalities including
author John Steinbeck and
trumpeter Louis Armstrong.
The $80,000 movie titled, "Ag-
new" carries the viewer with the
vice president on his 37,000-mile
trip last December-January to
11 Asian nations.
"Rarely before has a United
States vice president played
such an important part in for-
eign policy," it says.
It says Agnew ran for gov-

ernor of Maryland in 1966
against an opponent George P.
Mahoney who called for segre-
gation in housing while "Spiro
Agnew demands the end of dis-
crimination."
"Elected to his first public of-
fice," it continues, "he fought
for a series of laws against ra-
cial discrimination . . . and for
the construction of m o r e
schools."
It shows brief shots of vio-
lence in U.S. cities and a clip of
Agnew saying "Violence is no
friend of freedom, and the mob
is no ally to civil rights."
The film carries brief excerpts
of the vice president criticizing
students: "Encouraged by an ef-
fete corps of impudent snobs
who characterize themselves as
intellectuals." And it shows him
saying of the press and net-
works: "the time for naive belief
in their neutrality is gone."-

USIA's job is to tell foreign
populations about the United
States and Herschensohn said of
the new movie: "In my judg-
ment it's a true picture of Vice
President Agnew . , . I think he
will come across as a strong
man with high convictions."
Herschensohn told newsmen:
-Agnew himself has not seen
the film although aides have
passed it.
-The project was orginally
started after the 1968 election-
with a $20,000 budget. But the
initial effort proved unsatis-
factory and the produced cost
eventually ballooned to $80,000.
-Up to another $20,000 may
be spent in distributing the
film aboard.
-Wayne was asked to narrate
because he is an admirer of Ag-
new. He donated his services.
-The film is going overseas
in English, Spanish and French.

Democrats respond to
Nixon tonight on T.
WASHINGTON (WP) - T h e offered the time, he said, in keep-i
Democrats announced yesterday ing with CBS policy "to achieve
the format of their free-time fairness and balance in the treat-
broadcast over CBS tonight amid ment of public issues, including
demands by 'the Republicans for the disparity between presidential
equal time to reply. appearances a n d opportunities
The broadcast will feature parts available to the principal opposi-
of speeches by President Nixon tion party."
and Vice President Spiro T. Ag- Democratic officials said no
new interspersed with comments members of Congress are appear-
and rebuttal by Democratic Na- ing on the program because CBS
tional - Chairman Lawrence F. ruled this out on the ground that
O'Brien. Lsome are running for re-election
CBS is providing the Democrats j and t h e equal-time provision
25 minutes free air time following ; would be involved.
a similar offering by the two oth- Sei. Mike Mansfield of Mon-
er television networks on June 24.' tana, who is up for re-election,
Tonight's program will be broad- did appear on a June 24 broad-
cast at 10 p.m. EDT in most cities, cast in which ABC and NBC gave
and a half hour later in some the Democrats an equal - time
CBS TV and radio outlets, chance to reply to Nixon.
CBS president Frank Stanton This brought a protest from Re-
publican National Chairman Rog-
ers C. B. Morton that Mansfield is
up for re-election and that it was
Mansfield who asked t h e net-
works for equal time. Morton al-
so protested the CBS grant of
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ROME () - Premier Mariano Rumor's third government last-c
Rumor resigned yesterday on the ed little more than three months.,
eve of a planned nationwide gen- It was formed March 0:7 at the end<
eral strike, and Italy's three labor of one of Italy's worst postwar;
federations promptly suspended government crises and was the
the walkout. country's 31st government since
The surprise resignation of Ru- the fall of fascism.1
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The strike was called to press the party.
government for social reforms. Deputy Premier Francesco de;
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suspension was announced by the
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smoldering dispute within his eign minister of the Irish Repub-i
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partner should join the big Coin- riot-torn Belfast to "relax ten-
munist party in regional (state) sion" in a Roman Catholic dis-
governments. trict where three persons died in
Rumor handed his resignation to weekend fighting.
Predent Giudeds Srigatn tol- The trip, announced by Hillery,
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