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HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday July 14, 1970

Tuesday, July 14, 1970

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CONGRESSIONAL DEMANDS for a U.S. investigation of
the "tiger cages" on a South Vietnam prison island increased
yesterday amid disclosure the only official probe being conducted
so far is by the Saigon government.
An Agency for International Development official, Robert H.
Nooter, told a House foreign operations subcommittee that AID is
investigating the reported mistreatment of political prisoners on Con
Son island. But later he said the investigation actually is being con-
ducted by the South Vietnamese.
A JUSTICE ,DEPARTMENT offical testified yesterday it is
prepared to use every resource to see that school desegregation
plans are lived up to in every respect.
Asst. Atty. Gen. Jerris Leonard, head of the department's civil
rights division, said that practices such as racially segregated classes
or segregated seating within schools are clearly unlawful.
"These violations of constitutional rights cannot and will not be!
permitted to exist," he told the special Senate Committee on Equal
Educational Opportunity.
THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES took dead aim yes-
terday at its practice of settling many major issues by secret
vote.
Death of the present teller system of voting will be included in
a congressional reorganization bill now before the House.
Debate began yesterday and voting is scheduled for tomorrow
or Thursday on the first reorganization bill considered by the House
since 1946.
Leaders of both political parties have endorsed an amendment
to require that members be recorded by name on teller votes if at
leas t 20 of those present demand it.
ABOUT 100 NATIONAL GUARDSMEN stood by in Michi-
gan City, Ind., yesterday but city police resumed regular patrols
after two nights of racial disorders.
The northeast Indiana city was under a tight dusk to dawn
curfew, as were New Bedford, Mass., and Highland Park, Mich., where
racial violence erupted over the weekend.
THE SOUTH KOREAN PRIME MINISTER and his cabinet
threatened to resign yesterday if the U.S. withdraws its troops
from that country.
The U.S. plans to withdraw 20,000 of its 64,000 troops in South
Korea.

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Foreign Minister Abba Eban told the Knesset,
Israeli's parliament, that Israeli and Egyptian
delegates could meet at an agreed place to "pre-
, pare the ground for a real negotiation, which is
the only exit from the present conflict."
Eban appeared to soften Israel's stand by omit-
ting the phrase "direct negotiations," which Is-
raelhas insisted on in all its official statements
since the Middle East war of 1967.
The only time he mentioned direct negotia-
tions was when he said Israel is "ready to nego-
tiate freely and directly with every Arab state."
Eban laid down these rules for testing a peace
initiative:
-Whether it provides for secure and agreed
frontiers to be reached by "free and normal nego-
tiations" with restrictive conditions.
-Whether it is grounded on "an equal and
complete sovereignty of the signatory states and
their inalienable right to maintain their culture,
their security and their human composition as
they see fit."
President Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt in a

recent speech in Lib
to-face talks with
of unofficial talks
Eban, in effect.
U.S. peace proposal
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tinuous tensions in
reconstruction of th
1967 war.",
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Egypt, Eban accusec
to Soviet recoloniai
Africa."
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duction of "thousa
weaponry into Afric
erated itself from
ternal powers."

-Associated Press
Reporting back
Secretary of State William P. Rogers reports back to President Nixon yesterday following an overseas
tour which centered on American policy in Indochina and the Middle East. Rogers' tour included
visits to Manila, Saigon, Tokyo and London.

-Associated Press
Next premier
Italy's Premier-designate Giulio Andreotti arrives yesterday at
the headquarters of the Christian Democrat Party in Rome for a
meeting of the party's directorate. Andreotti is trying to form a
government with the four parties of the center-left coalition.

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of SDS, were during the last year "in the fore- screaming
front of much of the violent activity deliberately section, ca
calculated to provoke violent confrontations." automobile
Presenting the FBI's report on activities in In the
the fiscal year ended June 30; Hoover directed Weatherm
some of his sharpest criticism at Fhe Black Pan- guerrilla w
ther party, which he said "continued to be the struction h
most dangerous and violence-prone of all extrem- their lead
ist groups." prosecution
He decried financial support by some white Of 12 V
liberals of the militant black organization "des- eral grand
pite its record of hate, violence and subversion." year-old M:
Hoover said the Panthers and the Weather- ed, the FB
men could be blamed for much of the turmoil on FBI sp
the nation's campuses and in its major cities dur- the remain
ing the past year. reports hav
The FBI director cited as an.e x a m p le of Hoover
Weathermen violence the group's rampage in Chi- by "an inc
cago last October, for which 12 of the group's groups," for
Peace group blasts
Vietnam fascism'

e under indictment, on federal charges
state lines to incite a riot.
ollowing month," Hoover said, "they
ashington, D.C. protesting the Vietnam
urling rocks, sticks and bottles at the
t of Justice Building and leading
hordes through Washington's business
using severe damage to buildings and
es."
seven months since then, Hoover said,
en have dedicated themselves to urban
warfare, have taken intensive self in-
in the use of guns and bombs while
ers have gone underground to escape
n.
Weathermen leaders indicted by a fed-
jury in Chicago, April 2, only one, 22-
Aiss Linda Sue Evans, has been arrest-
I said.
okesmen refused to comment on where
ring eleven are being sought. Published
ve said they are out of the country.
said the past 12 months was marked
reased emphasis on terrorism by many
)emost among them the Black Panthers.

Hildebrant
as U' se(
Herbert W. Hildebrandt, secre
assistant to President Robben F]
resignation effective with the begi
mester. He has held the position sinc
Contacted yesterday, Hildebrar
due to "a self-imposed tenure comi
the position I told Mr. Fleming an
serve for only four or five years."
Hildebrandt, an associate prof
ment, will teach part time and w
alumni relations for the business a
While serving as secretary, Hil<
one course a year, but he said, "Ofte
to teach my course as I would have 1
Hildebrandt said no conflict wa
resignation. "I have great respect fo
Regents. I simply felt the time I 1
was up."
The duties of Hildebrandt's po
for the Regents and acting as ch
University.
Prior to taking the position of
he had served as secretary to the
on University Affairs. He had bee
by Fleming's predecessor, Harlan H.

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WASHINGTON (A)-An Amer-
ican antiwar group just return-
ed from a visit to South Viet-
nam yesterday said it had found
"extreme political repression"
with "police and police agents
everywhere."
Dr. David Hunter said the
group "did not find a single per -
son who supported the Thieu-
Ky regime" or who felt Amer-
ica's military presence was nec-
essary, in either pre-arranged or.
spontaneous interviews during
the eight-day tour.
Hunter, deputy general secre-
tary of the National Council of
Churches, said the 10 Americans
in the group were denied oppor-
tunities to speak with South
Vietnam government leaders.'
But in meeting with local
antiwar groups and ordinary
citizens, he said, the delegation
found "not communists," but
people who did not choose to be
fascists, either."
And Hunter declared "The
thing I didn't expect was to find
Vhat looks like total fascism."
Reon Young, coordinator of the
delegation, told newsmen the

Americans bore no responsibility
for the violence which occurred
during a peace demonstration
in Saigon Saturday.
But he declared that "We
talked openly about the need
for peace, and that's illegal in
South Vietnam."
The demonstration involved
about 1,000 students at Saigon
University. Several s t u d e n t s
were arrested and later released,
along with three American
newsmen, and many were in-
jured as they fled tear gas and
advancing police.
Young said the group mem-
bers had marched alongside the
Vietnamese students and had
participated in a meeting be-
forehand with the agriculture
faculty of the university.
"But it was to be non-violent
up and down the line," he said.
'We were going to march in
silence to the U.S. Embassy,
while the Vietnamese students
marched to their palace," he
said. "We got halfway down the
street together when the police
cordoned us off and moved in
and started throwing tear gas.
It was obviously punitive."

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one was injured. The plane was carrying no cargo when it crashed.

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