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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 14, 1976

4w eToTEMCIA AIYFiaMy1,17

Committee wants JFK case reopened

(Continued from Page 3)
Schweiker said his investiga-
tion of the "performance or
non-performance" of the U.S.
intelligence agencies in connec-
tion with the assassination had
turned up "some very interest-
ing questions and some new
material."
But Schweiker declined com-
ment when asked if he stood by
his previous statement that the
Warren report would collapse

like a house of cards.
LATER, SCHWEIKER said,
"I have always questioned the
W a r r e n Commission finding
about who did it and how it was
done. My six months on this
subcommittee reinforce a n d
strengthen those doubts."
Schweiker has said in the past
that Oswald's connections with
both pro and anti-Cuban groups
could provide the key to his
motivation.

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Creation of a new commit
to keep watch on intelliger
agencies was debated on
Senate floor yesterday, with
vote expected next week.
MAJORITY L e a d e r M
Mansfield (D-Mont.) pressed
quick action on the resolution
create the committee.
"Are you going to allow la
of supervision over the Cent
Intelligence A g e n c y to c
tinue?" he asked his colleagu
The oversight panel wo
have budgetary and legislat
authority over the CIA, Natio
Security Agency (NSA), Defer
Intelligence Agency, the ini
ligence division of the FBIa
other spy agencies.
A LENGTHY floor battle of
creation of the new commit
apparently has been avoided
means of a compromise me
ure which would give memb
of existing intelligence oversil
committees a voice in the n
monitoring process. Two sei
tors from each of the four co
mittees which currently over
various branches of the inte
gence community w a u 1 d
members of the new panel.
Floods in North China in 19
resulted in a million deat
from drownings and starvatic

T.V. viewing tonight
tee 6:00 2 7 11 13 NEWS 1:00 2 11 PILOT
nce 9 BEVERLY HILLBILLIES "State Fair"
the 20 ULTRA MAN 4 13 SANFORD AND SON
te 24 ABC NEWS-Hsarry 7 24 MOVIE-
ia seasoner r'Brian's Song"
30 ZOOM--Children 9 HOUSE OF PRIDE
ike 50 BRADY BUNCH-Comedy 20 IT TAKES A THIEF-
62 I SPY--Adventure Adventure
for 6:30 4 13 NBC NEWS-John 30 56 WASHINGTON WEEK
to Chancellor IN REVIEW
9 NEWS 50 MERV GRIFFIN
11 CBS NEWS - Walter 62 MOVIE-
ack Cronkite "Miranda"
ral 20 DANIEL BOONIE- 0:30 4 13 THE PRACTICE-
on- Adventure. Comedy
on- 24 PARTRIDGE FAMILY- 9 PIG AND WHISTLE
es. Comedy 9:00 2 11 NBA PLAY-OFF
uld 50 I LOVE LUCY-Comedy 4 13 ROCKFORD FILES --
ive 7:00 2 CBS NEWS-Walter Crime Drama
nal Cronkite 9 CATCH A RISING STAR-
4 Bowling FOR DOLLARS- Variety
Ie Gae20 700 CLUB-Reigion
tel- 7 ABC NEWS-Harry Reasoner 30 MASTERPIECE
nd 11 BRADY BUNCH-Comedy THEATRE
13 HOGAN'S HEROES- 56 BIYLINE: DETROIT
Comedy; 9:30 7 24 MOVIE
ver 24 CROSS-WITS-Game "Return to Earth"
tee 50 FAMILY AFFAIR-Comedy 50 DINAH!
by 56 OFF THE RECORD 56 DETROIT BLACK
,a- 62 SPEAKING OF SPORTS JOURNAL
e s 2 WILD, WILD FORLD OF 10:00 4 13 POLICE STORY-
ers ANIMALSCrime Drama
ght 4 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES- 9 SPORTS SCENE
ew Game 30 AUSTIN CITY LIMITS-
- 7 1976 EMMY HOPEFULS Music
S ROOM 22 56 SOUNDITAGE
in 11 BOBBY VINTON-Variety 62 PTL CLUB--Reigion
see 13 ADAM-12-Crime Drama 10:30 9 ROLF HARRIE-Music
ll- 20 STUMP THE STARS- 20 HAPPY HUNTERS--
be Game Rlgo
be 24 LAST OF THE WILD 11:00 4 2 13 24 NEWS
30 OHIO JOURNAL 9 CBC NEWS-Lloyd Robert-
50 HOGN' HEROES-SO
Comedy 20 ALFRED HITCHCOCK--
93 5 EVENING EDITION WITH Drama
hs MARTIN AGRONTKY 50 BEST OF GROUCHO-
O. 62 NEWS Game
56 AVIATION WEATHER
11:15 2 11 NEWS
11:30 4 13 JOHNNY CARSON
7 24 ROOKIES-Crime Drama
9NEWS
LING TIME 2 JACK ENNY-Comedy
50 MOVIE-Mystery
taleighs - "The Maltese Falcon"
ns -Mercers t56 ABC NEWS-
Seates Harry Reasoner
3 iks11:45 2 MARY HARTMAN,
*U 0 Skateboards MARY HARTMAN-Serial
* Marbles Mary ends up in the ser-
geant's apartment; Loretta
Smotor bikes hints to Tam out Mary
v infidelity.
o " Baskets Locks - 11 MOVIE-"Girl Happy"
12:00 9 WILD WILD WEST-
dA n Family Store" Adventure
62 REV. DAVID EPLEY-
Bi o TReligion
12:15 2 MOVIE-"Fade In."
am Street Ann Arbor 12:30 62 NEWS
12:40 7 MOVIE
"The Two Faces of Dr.
Jekyll"
1:00 4 13 MIDNIGHT SPECIAL
9 MOVIE-Drama
"I'll Never Forget You"
A RT 1:45 11 DONKRShER'S ROCK
CONCERT
2:00 2 CAPUTO-Discussion
2:30 4 13 NEWS
3 001NEWS
DAN CE3111EW
3:30 2 OPERATION SECOND
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building a great emnire and
culture in Central America and
in Mexico in 476.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LxXXVI, No. 8-S
Friday, May 14, 1976
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