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Jackson: Schlesinger removed
WASHINGTON Sen. Henry A.
Jackson, D-Wash., said Sunday he has
learned from sources within the
administration that James Schlesinger has
been removed as Secretary of Defense.
Jackson called Schlesinger a man of
"courage, integrity and honor, in a
statement and said:
"His abrupt removal indicates that the
administration cannot tolerate differing
views and honest advice on the most serious
issues of national security.'
In Jacksonville, Fla., President Ford
sidestepped questions on reports that
Schlesinger had resigned and Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissingar had given up his
White House position as National Security
White House Press Secretary Ron Nesson
told reporters he was aware of the reports
and had informed Ford of the story.
"1 don't have anything on it," Nessen said.
He refused to confirm or deny the report.
The clash between Schlesinger and Kissinger
has been growing for some time, with their
disagreements over the SALT talks breaking
into the open.
Jackson had no word on whether the
Kissinger part of the report was true, and it
was not immediately confirmed from official
Schlesinger, 46, took over at the Pentagon
from Elliot Richardson in July, 1973, when
Richardson became attorney general as the
Watergate scandal was unfolding.
In related action, Director William E.
Colby will give up his job and be replaced by
George Bush, head of the U.S. Liaison office
in Peking, according to Newsweek
magazine's current issue.
Newsweek said the shift, was part of an
administration shakeup of SSSS security
operations. A magazine spokesman said the
report would appear in later editions of the
Newsweek said the shakeup also involved
the departure of Schlesinger and Kissinger
being asked by President Ford to give up his
second job as head of the National Security
It said Kissinger would be succeeded by
his NSC deputy, Air Force Lt. Gen. Brent
Colby, 55, has headed the CIA since
Bush, 51, has been the U.S. chief
representative in Peking since 1974. He
previously served as a Congressman, chief
U.S. delegate to the United Nations and
chairman of the Republican National
Humphrey not a candidate
presidential candidate Hubert H. Humphrey
said Sunday he will not seek the presidency
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in 1976 but would accept the nomination
and win the election if the Democrats
turned to him at the convention.
"I am not a candidate for the presidency,"
Humphrey said. "1 will not seek that office.
That is my statement."
But the former vice president, who lost the
presidency by less than one half of one per
cent to Richard M. Nixon in 1968, added:
I have also said that if the convention
perchance should turn to me which I think
is highly improbable, but if it should that I
will be ready to accept the challenge and I
will go out and conduct a campaign that will
be worthy of the Democratic Party and 1
"I have no intention to enter any
primaries. 1 will enter no primaries. 1 am not
a candidate for President and I authorize no
group to work in my behalf," H umphrey said
in a television interview on NBC-TV's Meet
the Press show.
Morocco marches into Sahara
TAN TAN, Morocco Moroccan
military forces marched into the Spanish
Sahara Sunday only hours after Spain
warned it would use force to repel any
attempt to invade the desert colony,
government and military sources said.
The sources said Moroccan troops crossed
the Saharan border at dawn and occupied an
area recently evacuated by Spanish troops.
The occupied area faces the border with
Algeria and cuts an infiltration route used bv
the Polisaro Front, an Algerian-backed
Spanish Saharan independence
The Moroccan move came in the face of a
United Nations call for restraint by all
nations in the dispute over the Spanish
Morocco's King Hassan II plans to lead a
march of 350,000 unarmed volunteers into
the territory this week a takeover move
opposed by Algeria.
Meanwhile, acting Chief of State Prince
Juan Carlos de Borbon publicly asserted his
leadershp for the first time Sunday, flying to
the disputed Spanish Sahara to rally his
troops with promises he will not capitulate to
J uan Carlos stepped out of the shadow of
the gravely ill Generalissimo Francisco
Franco to make the surprise one-day trip.
His brief absence apparently meant that
Franco, 82, was in no imminent danger of
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Walk for Humanity:
interviews held today
The YMCA is currently seeking
volunteers to help with its annual Walk for
Humanity scheduled for April 3.
Interviews will be held from 12:45 to 4:30
p.m. today in the YMCA building for
anyone interested in helping to organize,
publicize or recruit walkers for the charity
Volunteers are asked to come by the
YMCA office for an appointment. Anyone
unavailable for an interview today or
needing more information should contact
Martha Lindsey at 967-6418 or Fred Diegs
The Walk for Humanity is a fund-raising
project for local and international charities.
Participants in the walk follow a prescribed
route and collect money from sponsors who
pledge a specific amount of money for each
The YMCA is looking for committee
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