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June 04, 1975 - Image 10

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Page Ten
Computer expert
says network
couldn't store,
secret records

(Continued from Page 2)
knowledge of the use of their
computers for intelligence pur-
poses.
President Johnson initially
ordered the CIA, FBI, and the
Army to organize a surveillance
program of protest groups in
the late 1960s during the height
of anti-war demonstrations.
WHEN THE COVERT opera-
tions were uncovered by former
Sen. Sam Ervin in 1970, the
Pentagon promised to call a
halt to the domestic spying
program and destroy the exist-
ing files.
Before a House Subcommittee
on Individual Rights yesterday,
David Cooke, deputy assistant
secretary of defense, insisted
that the government's files have
been destroyed, according to
Ellen Causey, an aide to Rep.
Bella Abzug's (D-N.Y.).
A source from the office of
the Individual Rights Subcom-
mittee said that Cooke "cate-
gorically denied the Rowen
story," refusing to acknowl-
edge the activity of the various
agencies.
BUT UNDER rigorous ques-
tioning by Rep. Andrew Ma-

guire, (D-N.J.), Causey recall-
ed, "Cook admitted that before
1971 they (the Defense Depart-
ment) had transmitted informa-
tion through agencies and uni-
versities and although the gov-
ernment destroyed their files,
the agencies may still have
theirs."
Confirming Causey's state-
ment, an aide to Maguire said,
"I don't recall that he (Cook)
ever denied that the secret in-
formation still is being stored
now with the agencies."
Cooke also acknowledged that
the Defense Department has
maintained a special listing,
known as the Defense Central
Index of Investigation, to keep
track of all files it has main-
tained on present and former
employes and other persons
having contact with the de-
partment.
He said approximately 15 mil-
lion names were in the file, al-
though it contained no investi-
gatory information.
In addition to housing the na-
tion's gold reserve, Fort Knox
in Kentucky also has a collec-
tion of World War II hardware
known as the George S. Patton
Military Museum.

Wednesday, June 4, 1975
Guided tour
:r th ru Ff31
headquarters
(Continied fron Page 4)
fender of every American's
right to be free from fear."
Those ringing words originally
} poured from the mouth of Rich-
ard Nixon. Somehow it figures.
Clarence Kelly, striking a
vigilant pose, also stares down
from the wall, as the tourists
move into the rogues gallery.
Here are pictures and me-
morbilia of the great crimi-
nals of the century.
John Dillinger, Pretty Boy
Floyd. Baby Face Nelson. Ma-
chine Gun Kelly. Julius and
Ethel Rosenberg. Yep, these
"known Soviet sympathizers,"
according to the guide rate up
there with the rest of 'em. In
fact, the couple had their own
display, complete with an ex-
planation of the Jello box
scheme.
I began to look around for
Photo by PAULINE LUBENS Patrick Gray's picture - it
to go was not with the other past and
money, fame or fortune present FBI directorskand it
l diversion from work on but then he hadn't been a par-
ows, Barnum and Bailey ticularly prominent or success-
ful in either occupation.
Amissions steady

One Up twc
While a degree isn't good for much
at least juggling can provide a smal
a bright summer day. And who kn
anyone?

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(Continued from Page 3)
GRONVALL SAID an enroll-
J5T ment increase above and be-'
yond the addition of the Inte-
flex students had been contem-
plated "four or five years ago"
when the state was in a health-
ier financial condition, and fed-
eral interest in medical educa-
tion was more enthusiastic.
Campbell thinks the leveling
off of enrollment goes beyond
the matter of dollars to the
problem of "clinical resources",
meaning equipment, faculty
and library facilities. He said
enrollment of more than 237
new students would dilute the
quality of education at the
medical school.

Dr. David Murphy, a budget
analyst for the Senate Fiscal
Agency in Lansing, said the
ceiling on medical school en-
rollment will probably not last
for long.
"THERE'S A couple of things
they (Medical School adminis-
trators) have to get their house
in order on," said Murphy.
Murphy said that given a
year's time for the medical
school to realign their clinical
support resources, enrollment
could grow.
"They just need some time to
get their protram back to
snuff," said Murphy.

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