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The Daily Tar Hee!
Wednesday, March 3, 1971
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SAIGON U.S. sources said Tuesday
operations by American and South
Vietnamese forces in Laos and Cambodia
have wrecked Communist plans for a dry
season offensive. More South Vietnamese
troops joined the Laos campaign, and
Laos erened its major offensive against
No'?? t nam ese invaders.
ht .iches from the Laotian capital of
Vientiane told of a secret meeting
between two high-ranking South
Vietnamese commanders and Premier
Spy file disclosed
WASHINGTON The Defense
Department said Tuesday it keeps records
on 25 million persons from the President
on down in a vast domestic intelligence
network which has snooped on one out
of every eight Americans.
The Pentagon told Congress that such
surveillance was necessary to cope with
the possibility of civil violence requiring
the presence of federal troops.
It assured the Senate Constitutional
Rights subcommittee that steps were
being taken to assure that the
computerized operation does not trespass
on the right of privacy. But it
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Souvanna Phouma and members of his
The Vientiane talks led to the
speculation that the South Vietnamese
might be seeking Laotian support for
Saigon's troubled offensive against the Ho
Chi Minh Trail or permission to strike
elsewhere in southern Laos.
U.S. military sources claimed great
success for the drive in Cambodia dating
back to last May and the 23-day-old
thrust into southern Laos, reporting that
acknowledged that the operation has
already grown so big that it will be
impossible to purge the files of erroneous
or unauthorized material.
Assistant Defense Secretary Robert F.
Froehlke testified that 25 million index
cards on individuals containing vital
statistics and a reference number for
more extensive written dossiers were kept
by the department's Defense Central
Index of Investigations.
No clnies in Capitol.
WASHINGTON An Army explosives
expert testified Tuesday the blast that
shook the U.S. Capitol could have been
caused by a 20-pound dynamite time
bomb carried unnoticed into the building
in a brief case.
But authorities reported no clues as to
who set off the explosion in an
unmarked, out-of-the way rest room used
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the twin campaigns had deprived
Communist units of huge supplies of
stockpiled war material and hfiicted
extremely heavy casualties.
The Laos offensive along Highway 9
was singled out by one source as
particularly important in "preempting
plans for an enemy offensive." This
would also speed the withdrawal of
American troops from Indochina, a big
goal of the Nixon administration.
American sources said U.S. warpknes,
including eight-engine B52s, attacking the
Ho Chi Minh Trail in coordination with
the South Vietnamese drive had cut
- Communist truck traffic on the network
of roads and jungle passes by 50 per cent
in the past four days.
U.S. reconnaissance pilots reported
that 500-600 North Vietnamese trucks
were moving along trail arteries in
comparison with 1,000-1,200 last week.
UPI correspondent Kim Willenson,
reporting from Vientiane, said Laotian
military troops backed by substantial
numbers of U.S.-trained special guerrilla
units and several battalions of Thai
regulars launched a major offensive
northeast of the Plain of Jars.
mostly by senators, causing some
$300,000 damage but no injuries to the
Senate side of the Capitol early Monday.
Speculation increased it was an "inside
job" by someone thoroughly familiar
with the complex layout of the building.
Attorney General John N. Mitchell
told reporters Tuesday, however, there
had been "no indication as yet" that the
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-purists" by throwing in some pure Rock " "
and Roll. On "Johnny Winter And," the
transition is complete. Rick Derringer
adds a second lead guitar, and the
result is music that Rolling Stone called
"Rock And Roll at its very best." Sample
the new Johnny Winter with "Rock And
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WASHINGTON With little argument
and practically no opposition, the House
Judiciary Committee approved a
proposed constitutional amendment
Tuesday that would lower the voting age
to 1 8 for all eiections, including state and
The proposed amendment would end
the conflict in various voting age laws left
by a recent Supreme Court decision on
the 1970 Voting Rights Act, which
explosion was the work of a conspiracy.
Mitchell's comment was in response to
a question about a letter received by the
Associated Press from the "Weather
underground," which claimed it set off
the explosion. "Every time we have
one of these occurrences, there are such
communications, but it doesn't mean
they were actually involved," Mitchell
Johnny Winter has
found his music, and
it's called Rock and Roll.
Winter became an
(after years of struggling)
when people discovered
Topless Night Club
attempted to lower the age to 18 for all
The committee adopted the proposal,
32 to 2, after a closed meeting of less
than an hour. Only Republican Reps.
Wiley Mayne, Iowa, and Charles Wiggins,
Calif., opposed it.
The court said Congress had the power
to set the voting age for presidential and
congressional elections, but could not do
so for state and local elections without
changing the Constitution. Most states
limit voting to citizens aged 21 and over.
The nev amendment would have to be
approved by two-thirds majorities of both
the House and Senate and be ratified by
38 of the 50 state legislatures. It would
be the 26th Amendment to the
Constitution if ratified.
Later in the day, the Senate
subcommittee on Constitutional
Amendments unanimously approved the
1 8-year-old voting age for all elections.
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LOST: Small black and brown female cat
("Sadie") from MalletteSt. area. 942-4277.
Interested in buying a new or old model FM
stereo tuner for around $50. Call after
FOR SALE: Beautiful registered Irish Setter
pups. Available March 14 $60 to $75
929-1036 after 4 p.m.
FREE NASSAU VACATION! Register for free
spring vacation cruise to Nassau and Freeport
aboard the TS Flavia. Mar 29-Apr. 2. All
meals, room and transportation included from
Miami. Drawing held Mar. 19. AND: FREE
COOLER OF ICE with purchase of a case of
your favorite beverage. $5.75, $4.99. BAB
Service IN CARRBORO, ACROSS FROM
KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN.
HUNT SEAT RIDING LESSONS. Special
group rates for adult beginners. Located near
Eastgate Shopping Center. Sheffield Riding
School. Durham 489-5494.
ATTENTION: REWARD offered for the return
or for information leading to the return of the
red toolbox taken out of the blue Pontiac
behind Lewis dorm. NO QUESTIONS ASKED
MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE: 1971 Honda CL
175, 1,200 miles, Cherry, cheap. 6 -A Oak
Terrace. 9 67 -2535.-
LATE 1970 RESTYLED TOYOTA CORONA,
air conditioning, four-speed, radio, discs new"
750 miles, 28 miles per gallon, terr:ic
economy, $2385. 967-6242, evenings and
1965 CORVAIR MONZA 4-door, automatic,
new tires, brakes, good mechanical condition)
and interior: $200. Call Cart Nash, days
933-114 7, evenings 682-454 6.
19 64 VV BUG for sale. Rebuilt last
summer $700 or best offer. Call Alan Ett
KING-SIZE BED. Almost new. Originally
$300-wi sell for 12 price. 9671328.
NEED RIDE TO OR NEAR BOSTON. Leave
Thurs. or Fri. Will share expenses. Call
967- 4328 or come by Dey Hall 314 and leave
DEMO SALE! Standard AM-FM Stereo Tuner
$78.00; standard 40-W amplifier $78.00; 8"
speakers. $25 for pair; 8" woofer, 3" tweeter
$30 ea.; AR 8 -Track Stereo protable $67.00;
diminishing squares light was $25 now $15;
Fantastic Plastic Light Machine was $9 J 8 now
$6.50; Celestial Light was $6 J8 now $4 J8.
Used equipment Concord 776 -D deck with
auto-reverse $135; Minolta Hi-matic camera
$8 0. Sell or trade. Systems Enterprises
CAP CASSETTE PL A YE R Channel
Master only 1 h months old. originally $100,
now $65 or best offer. With microphone, no
speakers. Nothing wrong. Call 968-90 73.
SUMMER IN EUROPE! Student Flights:
May 29 - July 28: $199
Junell -Aug.28: $205
June29 -Aug. 18: $230
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Official Egyptian sources said Tuesday
U.N. mediator Gunnar V. Jarring's peace
seeking mission had reached a "dead end"
and it is new up to the- Big Four powers
ar.d the United Naitons to interttr.ei
The Middle East cease-fire is scheduled !
to expire on Sunday ar.J Egypt has said ft
will not agree to another extension urJess
progress had been made at the Jarr-j
The indirect peace talks in New York
have bogs-3 down over Egyptii-i
insistence that Israel promise to withdraw
from all Arab territory occupied in th
1967 War and Israel's refusal to male any
such blanket commitment in advance cf i
The deadlock touched off a flurry cf
diplomatic activities in the Israeli anj
Arab capitals and elsewhere around the
sources in London said the
Big Four are trying to extend the
cease-fire by a joint appeal to Egypt anj
Israel not to resume hostilities while th
peace talks continue.
The Soviet Union was reported
stepping up pressure on the United States
to get Israel to back down from in
present position in order to open the road
to further talks. The Israelis have said
will not return to pre-1967 borders.
But Israel, while welcoming Tj.S.
resistance to Soviet pressure in the Middle
East diplomatic maneuvering, warned
Washington not to expect any change h
its opposition to total withdrawal.
In Cairo, the semiofficial newspaper Al
Ahrara said Egyptian Foreign Minister
Mahmoud Riad told representatives of
Big Four Monday that Israel's refusal to
withdraw from ail occupied Arab
territory had "closed the door to a
Private club In the Blue Ridge Mountains seeks
a young married couple to act as day camp
counselors from June 15 through Labor Day.
Must love chiidren of all ages. Also experience
needed In iifeguarding, camping and crafts.
Please send resumes to: Warren J. Tremblay,
General Manager, Roaring Gap Club, Inc.,
Roaring Gap, N. C.
JET TO EU ROPE $ 1 89 .0 0
NY London NY June 9 -Aug. 25
UNC Flights, 201 Carolina Union
FOR SALE 1971 Honda 175 good condition.
Bound for Europe. Call Bruce any afternoon.
NEED ROOMMATE BY MARCH 5. Female;
2 -bedroom apartment 1 A mile from campus on
Pittsboro Road; $67.50mo. including utilities.
Call 929-6 121 after 5:30 p.m.
WANTED: 2 tickets to UNC-NC State
basketball game Wed. Mar. 3, 71. Student or
regular. Will pay. call 96 7-1354". Ask for C. J
Kirk. FOR SALE: 1966 Porsch 912, rebuilt engine,
new extractor exhaust. BRG. Might trade.
There will be an important meeting of all
interested horseback riders Wednesday, March
3, 217 Student Union at 7:30 p.m. Further
information call Harold Glascock 967-2377.
Need ride to Norfolk, Va. March 5. Please call
Andrea, 966-5323. Will share expenses.
1965 AUSTIN HEALEY SPRITE New paint,
red, runs good, looks like new, five new tires,
196 6 BARRACUDA V-8, PS, new tires,
automatic, very economical. Call Johi
FOR RENT: Completely furnished 1 -bedroom
apartmenL Available now. $80mo. Water
furnished. Phone 9 4 2 -5 3 8 8 anytime.
FOR SALE:Classic Jaguar, 4-door sedan,
marroon, right-hand drive, 1965, 3.8' litre
engine, PB, PS, Borg-Warner Auto. TrartJ
Powerful, easy to handle. Great, comfortable
leather A walnut Interior. $2250. 489-6048
ENGLISH GRANDFATHER CLOCK. Cir.
1860. In perfect working condition. 8' tall
rosewood. Price $ 4 5 0
VICTORIAN LADIES' CHAMBERPOT. 3'
X 3 k' X 3 k VERY RARE. $350. Cherry
Call 967-5886 after 5 p.m.
ACCORDING TO PERFORMANCE
AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS.
CALL 933-3941 1 1 a.m. to 1 :30 p.m.
ALPHA KAPPA PSI
2 14 East Rosemary Street
fKPsl, a Professional Business Fraternity, Is
noiding informal rush Monday thru Thursday.
March 8-11, form 7 to 10 p.m. All interested
parties please come by and talk with us during
this time or at your convenience.