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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 15, 1970

Wednesday, July 15, 1970

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World Youth Assembly haggles

over S.E.
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. {A
- The World Youth Assembly
yesterday was threatened by a
split over the presence of rep-
resentatives of South Vietnam
and Nationalist China and by
charges of Communist domina-
tion in the assembly's p e a c e
commission.
Bedlam broke out Monday
n i g h t in the commission on
world peace when delegates vot-
ed to overrule a decision by
chairman Najia Fawaz of the
General Union of Palestine Stu-
dents to allow representatives
of the U.S.-backed Asian coun-
tries to speak.
3 off icers'
suit denied
WASHINGTON (/P) - Three
junior naval officers have met
a setback in efforts to block
their early discharge which the
Navy acknowledged stemmed in
part from their antiwar activi-
ties.
U.S. District Judge John L.
Smith, Jr., has refused to issue
a temporary restraining order
that would block the honorable
discharge of Lts. .g. Gordon
Kerr, Randall Thomas a n d
James Pahura.
The three are members of a
small organization called t h e
Concerned Officers Movement
formed earlier this yearwith
the avowed purpose of giving
reserve military officers avve-
hicle for expressing opposition
to the Vietnam war.
The officers filed suit claim-
ing they are being discharged
at the endhof this monthabe-
cause of their activities a n d
that they are being deniedfree-
dom to express their views
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Asian representatives
The full assembly earlier had whose governments have made
voted down leftist demands them leave their wives and
that delegations from South children to attend a 'youth con-
Vietnam, South Korea and Na- ference,' " Warren said.
tionalist China be expelled. But "I have seen twice a tamper-
opponents of the governments ing with the speaking order so
of those countries were in con- as to d e n y members of the
trol of the peace group, one of American group an opportunity
the assembly's four commis- to express their views," he ad-'
sions that are to draw up reso- ded.
lutions for the full assembly to Warren said members of the
consider. U.S. delegation are opposed to
Dennis Prager of the B'nai American' policy in Indochina
Hillel Foundation, an organiza- and in some other places around
tion of American Jewish stu- the world. But he added: "I op-
dents, led a walkout of Ameri- pose all aggression and all im-
can and West European dele- perialism, and I find it curious
gates. He charged that the com- that there has been no mention
mission was packed with dele- of Soviet oppression in Hung-
gates from Eastern Europe and ary, Yugoslavia and Czechoslo-
their sympathizers.".vakia."
Prager and his group present- After the stormy meeting, del-
ed a protest to t h e assembly oarl gathered in private hud-
steering committee charging wol ahrdinpvteu-
undemocratic procedures in the dles in an effort to calm tem-
commission. pers and smooth future discus-
sion. .
AnotheraAmerican delegate, The assembly, which conven-
Michael Warren, 22, of Stock- ed Thursday-with some 600 del-
ton, Calif., charged t h a t at- egates attending, also has com-
tempts were being m a d e to missions on education, develop-
muzzle his delegation and rig ment and environment. Their
the conference in favor of the meetings have b e e n compara-
Soviet Union. tively calm. The assembly clos-
He told the commission the es Saturday.
assembly had been "intentional- -
by packed'' and he h ad seen
lypce"adh a en"delegates coached on the floors j
of the commission and assembly
by representatives of their own - '
governments.'"
"I have seen the arrival of DIAL 8-6416
balding and graying diplomats ENDS WEDNESDAY

Daily Official Bulletin
Day Calendar
Wednesday, July 15
Music for the Disadvantaged Student
Lee.: Wendell Pritchett, Philadelphia,
lecturer, 2043 Bch, of Music, 3:30 p.m.
Audio-Visual Education Center Films
- Orange and the Green - Night and
Fog - Two Men and a Wardrobe and
Weapons of Gordon Parks: Multipur-
pose Room, Undergraduate Library,
7:00 p.m.
Dept. of Speech Mich. Repretory
'70: Of Mice and Men by John Stein-
beck, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, 8
p.m.
The Stanley Quartet: G. Ross, violin,
G. Rosseels, violin; R. Courte, viola; J.
Jelinek, cello - works by Shubert, We-
btrn and Beethoven: Rackham Lect.
Hall, 8 p.m.
Ecology Flii Festival: What an Earth?
(NFBC) - Alone in the Midst of Land
(NBC-UM) - Sky (NFBC) - Ghosts of
a River (NFBC) - Cosmopolis (UM) &
Free Fall (NFBC): Architecture Aud.,
8 p.m.

AIDS CANCER STUDY
Doctors find new role for RNA

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WASHINGTON (AP)-Researchers have found
that RNA-one of the maqter chemicals of life-
has an important role all its own in promoting
processes of heredity and growth.
The findings open up new avenues for under-
standing the cause and possible prevention of
cancer, the National Cancer Institute said Mon-
day.
RNA and DNA are cellular nucleic acids con-
sidered controlling factors in life. Previous re-
search indicated that RNA acted only as a sec-
ondary force, and at the signal of DNA in pro-
moting growth, including cancer.
The cancer institute said three teams of scient-
ists working separately found that certain viruses

with an RNA core contain an enzyme or catalyst
that reverses the usual pattern of genetic infor-
mation-channeling, making RNA the controlling
factor.
While viruses long have been suspected as
causes of some forms of cancer, none has been
named the definite cause.
The institute said the changing roles of RNA
and DNA were discovered first by Drs. Howard
M. Temin and Satoshi Mizutani of the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin, and Dr. David Baltimore of the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The findings were confirmed by Dr. Sol Spie-
gelman of Columbia University College of Phy-
sicians and Surgeons.

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terday as chairmen of both house
opening meetings of the Supreme
Ivan V. Spiridonov, 65, a lead
figure to visiting foreign legislators,
Council of the Union, upper house
P. Shitikov, 58, an agronomist and f
party regional committee at Khaban
elected in his place.
Justas Paletskis, 71, was replace
Nationalities by Yadgar Nasriddinov
Uzbek Supreme Soviet.
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new chairmen also provided a wider
the outgoing officials, both of whom
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Department has set an Aug. 3 dea
states with provisions-including 1
ing rights bill recently signed by I
At his first news conference in
the department would-take to court
it with positive assurances of compli
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servative government, which rode
approaching economic danger, y
economic situation it had prediu
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of the world-a key economic we
nation-suffered its worst loss in 17 m
At the same time more than 1
shoremen defied their union leaders
largest ports to a standstill. TI
nationwide stride today that could
export orders and cut deeply into tL-
the pound.
Heath called a Cabinet meeting
government was expected to strop
former Prime Minister Harold Wils
at a time of unprecedented econom:
Some Conservative members of P
saw economic storm clouds on the
election in the hope that his Labor
new mandate before the deluge broke

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