Page 2-Thursday, May 25, 1978-The Michigan Daily
No talk, no aid; panel threatens S. Korea
WASHINGTON (AP) - A House
committee approved a resolution
yesterday warning South Korea of a
possible loss of U.S. economic aid if it
refuses to permit a former ambassador
to talk about alleged cash payoffs to
But the resolution, adopted 314 by the
House International Relations Commit-
tee was softer in tone than the one
will cut off the financial aid unless
South Korea permits the former am-
bassador, Kim Dong Jo, to testify under
oath to House investigators.
However, the resolution adopted by
the committee merely warned South
Korea that the House "will be pispared
to deny or reduce such aid" if former
Kim refuses to talk to House in-
would depend on the degree of the am-
btlssador's and South Korea's
willingness to cooperate.
Though the warning approved by the
committee was less than Jaworski
sought, Peter White, his deputy, said
"we're very pleased with it and we
think it will do the job."
congressmen unless the former
ambassador corroborates it.
Meanwhile, Jaworski and his in-
vestigators refused to comment on a
copyrighted story in the Cleveland
Plain Dealer yesterday which said
House investigators learned of the
alleged payoffs through U.S. intelligen-
ce intercepts of cables that the former
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ght by Leon Jaworski, special coun- JAWORSKI HAD asked for a House
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Sout Kora reusesto wive for Seoul until the former ambassador
AWORSKI SAID he wanted a diplomatic immunity for the former ors utinseuorer ama. o Jaworski had said two weeks ago th
olution stating flatly that Congress ambassador other than to let him make answers questions under does not he had secret information on the form
telephone calls to congressional leaders demand sworn testimony , r Kim ambassador's alleged payments.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY to discuss the allegations. fdemandrswornedtestimonyclfromisKim
voime LXxxvII, N. 17-s and says only that the House "will b Word leaked out publicly this we
Thursday, may 2, 1978 prepared" to ut the aid. that the information includes names
ited and managed by students at the University REP. CLEMENT Zablocki, the Jaworski reportedly had told ethics about 10 current House members--o
ge is ipadat Ann Ar r, Michigan 410. committee's chairman, said the committee members he has infor- version says eight lawmakers-wh
ished daily Tuesday through Sunday morning resolution may not go to a House vote mation that the former ambassador might have gotten envelopes stuffe
g te Univeriy year at 420 Maynard Streetwt$10blsfo thfrmra
Arbor, Micigan 4810. Soubs cription rates; until the week after next. gave about 10 current House members bassador.
eptember through April (2 semesters $13 by "It's not an outright threat," envelopes stuffed with $100 bills.
outside Ann Arbor.sSources Say Jaworski told ethic
mmer session pblished Tesday trogb Satr Zablocki said. "Whether the House:-
morning. Sobcription rates t50 in Ann Arbor would withhold the aid I'm not BUT JAWORSKI said publicly that committee members about the info
by mail oulsideAnn Arbor. prepared to say." He said it probably the information is probably not strong mation but did not give them the name
enough to make a case against the or the source of the information.
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