Independent from Long Beach, California on March 18, 1976 · Page 8
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A-S-INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TEIEGRAM (PM) i., nan., uirai n, it» Blast aimed at Italians, French Top Soviet official rips Revisionists' Flag waver David Kissinger, center, son of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, is among a crowd of youngsters at welcoming ceremonies for [rish Prime Minister Liam Cosgrave at the White House Wednesday. At David's left (with glasses) is Sherif Lotfi, an Egyptian friend of his. -»P WlrtpWO CIA orders probe on leak of Israeli nuclear might . .WASHINGTON (AP) C I A D i r e c t o r G e o r g e i B u s h , apparently embarrassed by Ihc disclosure by senior officials of Israeli nuclear capability, has asked the agency's inspector general tor a written report of the incident. The inspector jjcneral, who investigates all allegations of wrongdoing by . C I A employes, w i l l f o r ;ward his report to the Scn- ·iile i n t e l l i g e n c e ''committee, w h i c h has ;coni])lained to Bush about the disclosure, a committee spokesman said. EARUEK this week, a science writer who had at- t e n d e d a nonclassified briefing at CIA headquarters in IjatiRlcy, Va., quot- cd senior agency olficials as saying Israel has 10 to . 20 n u c l e a r w e a p o n s -"available for use." -./Although it had b?en reported previously that Israel was believed to have m o r e t h a n 1 0 n u c l e a r weapons, the CIA report ·disclosed by A r t h u r Kran- i s h , e d i t o r o f S c i e n c e .Trends, a weekly W a s h - ington newsletter, r e p r e - sented the most authoritative public account yet. T h e C I A r e f u s e d 1o ·confirm or deny (he accuracy of Kranish's report, but Bush issued a state- m e n t Wednesday saying he was "determined it will not happen again." MEMBERS OF Uic Senate committee, which has spent months complying with CIA demands for (he p r o t e c t i o n of classified information, were annoyed by t h e disclosure of so sensitive a piece of Inform a t i o n , a c o m m i t t e e spokesman said. "If they're going to be very strict about information and then violate their own rules in a semi-public type of briefing, it weakens their whole case," Ihc spokesman said. Kranish said he was one of 150 members of the A m e r i c a n I n s t i t u t e o f Aeronautics and Astronaut i c s w h o attended t h e briefing u n d e r g r o u n d rules t h a t no notes be t a k e n and no officials quoted by name. Kranish said he complied w i t h those rules, writing down his recollection of what w a s s a i d immediately aitcr the briefing and not n a m i n g the speakers. Kranish also maintained t h a t C I A officials were aware be was a reporter and intended to w r i t e about the meeting. L a s t w e e k Rep. Otis Pike, former chairman of t h e H o u s e intelligence committee, accused the a g e n c y of deliberately leaking a report that his committee had lost 232 documents so as to make the panel look bad. Bush told the Associated Press: "The CIA didn't do any such thing." MOSCOW (AP) - The Soviet Communist Party's chief theoretician, dearly a i m i n g h i s w o r d s a t i n d e p e n d e n t - m i n d e d Communists in the West, all but wrote dissidents out of the party Wednesday in Moscow's sharpest attack yet on those who threaten the "purity" of Marxism-Leninism. M i k h a i l Suslov, in a major ideological address to the Soviet Academy of S c i e n c e s , b r a n d e d as " e n e m i e s of Marxism" those w h o i n t e r p r e t Communist dogma in their own fashion, "slander real socialism, try to wash out the revolutionary essence of Marxist-Leninist teaching and to substitute bourgeois liberalism for Marxism." T H E ' F R E N C H a n d I t a l i a n C o m m u n i s t parties, which have opted for participation in Western democracy and critic i z e d Soviet-style M a r x ism, were not mentioned in the Tass news agency report of Suslov's speech. But the 73-year-old ideo- l o g u e l e f t little d o u b t about his targets when he said: "... E v e r y t h i n g t h e opportunists p r e s e n t as some kind of 'regional' or ' n a t i o n a l ' v e r s i o n s of Marxir-iiii have nothing in common w i t h revolutionary theory and do h a r m to the cause of the working class." Also, in apparent reference to t h e Kremlin's pledge to keep supporting " n a t i o n a l l i b e r a t i o n " movements abroad, Suslov said Socialist countries, "primarily the Soviet U n i o n , are a powerful base for the development of the world revolutionary process." But the speech primarily concentrated on a def e n s e of " p r o l e t a r i a n i n t e r n a t i o n a l i s m , " a favorite S o v i e t p h r a s e which has become a codeword in the dispute between Moscow and several W e s t e r n C o m m u n i s t parlies. THE PHRASE is used to describe the process of revolution a g a i n s t t h e capitalist system, led by a progressive vanguard of the working class. The F r e n c h Communists, in particular, have said they want to appeal to a cross- section of their national populations, not just the proletariat, and are willing to assume leadership through the ballot box. Suslov said: "Proletarian i n t e r n a - tionalism is a valuable possession of the interna- t i o n a l Communist move- m e n t , an inexhaustible wcllspring of vital force for this movement, the basis and guarantee of its victories. H is precisely for this reason that the enemies of communism, right and left-wing revisionists, Maoists and nationalists of all h u e s and shades have today chosen p r o l e t a r la ninternational- ism as the main target of their incessant attacks." Party Leader Leonid I. Brezhnev also forcefully defended proletarian internationalism as the "sacred d u l y of e v e r y Marxist-Leninist" in his keystone speech at the just-concluded 25th Soviet party congress, but Sus- lov's criticism of Commu- nist revisionists went even further by terming them "enemies of Marxism." Kremlin leaders t o o k p a i n s to m a i n t a i n an i m a g e of u n i t y within Communist r a n k s while the 10-day congress was under way, not wanting the controversy to spoQ the m e e t i n g . Brezhnev even received the outspo- ken I t a l i a n Communist leader, Enrico Berb'nguer, during the congress and agreed to a j o i n t s t a t e - ment that reaffirmed "re- s p e c t for each other's independence." 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PHOWf HEmkxl / - 1 2 I T ^iiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiifjT Reported CIA budget off murk, Colby says '· 'WASHINGTON (AP) Former CIA Director William E. Colby has sworn ' that t h e most widely ac- cppted figure for the CIA's a n n u a l budget is inaccu- . rate and t h a i revelation of the correct amount would d a m a g e t h e national sec u r i t y . " I I wasn't accurate," Colby said of the 1750 million spending figure cited by former CIA employe Victor Marchetti in his book, "The CIA and The Cull of Intelligence." Colby's sworn statement was p a r t of a (12-page deposition filed in federal court Wednesday in a freedom of information suit brought by former National Security Council aide Morton Halperin. A s k e d by Halperin's attorney to describe what damage to the national security would result from publication of the agency's budget, Colby s a i d : "I t h i n k trival intelligence services) would take that back and start doing some studying. "They might study for t h r e e m o n t h s o r t h e y m i g h l s t u d y f o r s i x months and at that time they might start turning electronic gadgets on or off or they might start following people around, they m i g h t s t a r t c o v e r i n g 1 things up that were left ' open." M e a n w h i l e , n e w l y r e l e a s e d congressional testimony dating from the 1940s showed that conceal- m e n t of t h e a g e n c y ' s e x p e n d i t u r e s w a s t h e prime authority sought by Ihe CIA from Congress. Rear Arim. R. II. Hillen- koctter, then head of the C I A , t o l d t h e H o u s e A r m e d Services Committee in 1948 that the agency could not operate under existing federal laws governing the appropriation of funds. "Funds for CIA must be skillfully hidden under all o c a t i o n s f o r v a r i o u s ( o t h e r ) departments or agencies," Hillenkoctter told the House panel. The testimony of Ilillen- koetter and of Lt. Gen. lioyl S. 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