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PEOPLE in the NEWS 'QUIET ADIEU T0 'Senator Learns Penalty ISIALE PROTEST fo V^t President By Bill Wingpll NEW HAVEN. CONN (REU- P ast - vcar hllt ' as ' ' WASHINGTON, .D.C. (AP) — Senator George 0. Aiken of Vermont ha.s defended President Nixon's Vietnam policies for the ' ie rcceivcc * a public rebuke from the n »*' n A c , President for suggesting the new U.S. role in Cambodia would cased Siin-, hurt nepublicans politically. — — — ........... " ...... — day after two days of largo, .., t jus( K0es to show ,-- , ho 77. peaceful demonstratio.ns vparold dean 6f ^^ Re . marked by sporadic clashes be-;' b]i sajf , Sun(|av .. if VQU twcen protesters and police. , , .... . . . .> . support somebody 98 per cent National guard units in jeeps / . ' . .. „ still patrolled the city Sunday : of the lime ami *** don l 2 P er but demonstrators, "with their j "Mil of the time, they don't little knapsacks," were leaving seem to like it. in, a steady flow, according to! , He - s Disappoinled police. , ____ * , ' '"'I've never been more-dis-- "A 16laT~oT46 arrests resulted': from the demonstrations, which protested the impending mur- appointed in my life," Aiken said after the first word of U.S. der trial of Black Panther Na-i support for South Vietnamese tionat Chairman Bobby Scale!attacks into Cambodia. And, in and seven other Panthers. • reply to a question, he said the Authorities said clashes pro-'invasion would have an cx- duccd few injuries and all mi- trcmely bad nor. l In* Pa it* Actress Judy Carne. formerly fca- ".*" ,. . **** tflrel on telcyiilon's "Laugh-In," married the show's producer. Robert Bergman, in New York City's Central Park. Miss Carne is appearing in "The Boy Friend"'on Broadway. Strips in Street • An Italian girl convicted, then freed, by Soviet authorities after she chained-herself to the staircase of a Moscow super- Kidnapers Hold ~~Briton in Uganda KAMPALA, UGANDA (AP) market in January to protest! Communist repression of in- kidnaped here Saturday. British Police. Panthers and Yale University President. Kingman Brewster, jr.. blamed a small minority for the scattered night-time skirmishes Friday and Saturday that contrasted with peaceful afternoon rallies. Saturday night, police tossed tear-gas grenades into crowds of demonstrators after bottles and bricks were thrown. Another fire Saturday night, said to ""be'of ''suspicious origin," caused minor damage to l 'l e basement of the Yale _UnN Brian Lea was: vprsi 'y Prm p^ishTngTofficcs. effect on G.O.P. political chances this November. Nixon, without using Alton's name, told the nation in his speech on Cambodia Thursday George D. Aiken "Skeptical" About Cambodia EDITORS VOTE WftRSTRIKE Des Moiries ReffffSf Men., May 4, 1*70 NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) - t l!Mxon_jrjrgafiizejl J!-Jvhen. he. __ made the JJlans for invasion of Cambodia." The senate of New York University adopted a resole Student editors from 14 of the t , Snn / co ^ cmnin g tt*i flAW C l"i"lAef t\¥>Aoilrt-lf\tii* j-»rtl . ' _ - .'_. nation's most prestigious colleges called Sunday, Jor an academic strike this, week to protest President Nixon's dispatch _ of American troops to Cambodia. Seven student editors, meeting at Columbia University, issued a statement lhat the Cambodian intervention "has placed our country in a state of emergency.^_ __. _. The editors were from Co- lum'bia, Cornell, Rutgers, the University of Pennsylvania, firyn Mawr, Haverford and Sarah Lawrence. Linked to the meeting by telephone were editors from Dartmouth, Harvard. Brown and Princeton. invasion of Cambodia and the renewed bombing of North Vietnam." and demanding "cessation of these^ actions American forces from Southeast Asia." University departments were urged to hold meetings early" in the week.Vto develop proposals for concrete action." S. Viet Trace on Buddha Birthday S. Africa Hans A Fourth Airport PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA mEUTERSr - South Africa will build an international airport north of Durban, Transportation Minister Ben Schoeman announced here. The country has airports at Johannesburg, Capetown and Windhoek in Southwest Africa. ' _ night that he had.noted "a He-| tnoughl nis announcement of a publican senator has said that | ncw policy a year ago was Cx _ this action I have taken means j ce || ent an d would result in our my party has lost all chance of j disengaging ourselves 'from the winning the November elcc-; •• • •• ••* -»" "-=--'- =• SAIGON. SOUTH VIETNAM | (MONDAY) (AP) -.A 24-hour 1 truce in the Vietnam war will ;be declared by South Vietnam. I on May 19 on the occasion of| 'the anniversary of Buddha's! .Editors of the Stanford Uni-j birth. Foreign Ministry sources versity and Colgate College!said today. \ papers later endorsed the strike! A 24-hour cease fire was ob-: call. The Daily Californian at | served on Buddha's birthday j Grand View College SUMMER SESSION Day and Evening Classes lion." Was Nixon referring to Aiken? "People seem to think so," the Vermont senator said. "Hut it doesn't matter to me if he'Vas." However, Aiken's rDemocrntic-lcnrfcr-Mikc Montana, had a war," he said. "I still think it would." Three years ago Aiken-advised President Lyndon B. Johnson to declare that the Vietnam war had been won j and. to withdraw U.S. troops. close! But Johnson rejected the ad- VICC; • the University of California at Berkeley voted to reprint the statement and called for a strike. A strike committee of the University of Minnesota scheduled a noon rally and strike vote today. A spokesman said. last year by the South Vietnam-: ese while the Viet Cong had a 48-hour truce. Buddha.'s anniversary falls this year'on the same day as the birth date of the late Ho Chi Minh, North Vietnam's leader. AIR-CONDITIONED CLASSROOMS Register June 10-12 for 1st Session June 15-July-17- Register July 20-21 For., 2nd Session July22-Aug. 21 .Register June 11 for Evening Session June 16-Aug. 20 For brochure wnlf 01 c.m GRAND VIEW COLLEGE 1 700 G r .inrlvip DP*. Moinr<, lo tellectuals, was relating her adventures to friends in Bari, Italy, when she began undressing in a downtown street. Teresa Marinuzzi, 22, was taken to a psychiatric clinic by police. Dead • Ken Kling, whose cartoon A'Joe_and Asbestos" was a racing fans' favorite for 38 years, in New York City. Kling's last wishes were that his pallbearers be beautiful girls and that his age nol be revealed. Friends said he was in his 70s. The cartoon contained a hidden clue to the name of the horse that Kling, a leading handicapper, favored for that day's race. Heart Clinic • "Heart Sunday" drew more than 12,000 Madison, Wis., area residents for tests of possible heart disease. "The 'program was very successful," said Dr. William Parsons. Volunteers paid $3 for tests for high blood pressure, high cholesterol content and other heart attack risk symptoms. New Themes • Social significance, not the violence and eroticism of the past, were keynotes of the first two movies shown at the Cannes Film Festival. Roundly applauded was a British movie, "Leo the Last," dealing with poverty, Negroes and the corrupt middle class. Queen Returns • The British royal family returned to London after a nine- week tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji. Queen Elizabeth II, the Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Anne were the first passengers embarking from the new Sydney International Terminal. officials announced Sunday. No reason for the kidnaping was given and no ransom was requested, officials said. Sponsors of the rallies said s t ronRer reaction ' - ......... ' THE DAY IN WASHINGTON WASHINGTON, D.C Sunday, May 3, l»70i police "Johnson used to talk of vie. ,1.1.,...^. .^.^, <ory.'' Aiken said. "Nixon and military buildups j. ••[ di( j n ' t ]j ke j,;- ne lo | ( ( re- ; talked of avoiding defeat. It has "If.^.L!"' 0 l ipnrtors. "I thought it was un-j a different psychological effect: "*""""'"" """ called for." i Johnson was out to thrash the Supports Vielnamization rascals. .... ; ... . ... .! "It was this difference yet it What Nixon has Aiken '" '•• number of demonstrators. More than 35,000 had been predicted by some of the sponsoring groups. Police estimated 1 there were 12,000 to 15,000 demonstrators -Friday and 6,000 to 8,000 Saturday on the __Ncw Haven Green, a small park in the middle of the Yale University. to i President Returned to Washington after a two-day stay at Camp David,; Md. city near Aiken and his fellow Rcpubli: can members of the Foreign Relations Committee have BUSHMEN RULES s inod hy the President's V'icl PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA namixat'ion program as a policy ( A P ) — Government per- that would «cl the United mission now must be obtained Stales out of.Vietnam. ...... • . | was the same thing," he contin- thank for in large measure, is d ,, y , t t * k about vic . a year of Senate peace on Viet- t d d { t , ^ t t of nam,.Although4Democrati(h-war+ fh / Ti — M ~ 1._ foes frequently criticise Nixon, the world. "Now that he (Nixon) has taken this new step and assumed responsibility for the war. I hope it works," the Vermont senator said. Rut he- said, "I'm rather skeptical ... It seems tha,t the Invited the chaplain of (he! for export of bllshmen paintings " l ve henl vvay ° vbr back "-'history of the past 10 years is ! and stone implements. House to conduct a private worship service at the White House as part of a national day of prayer for U.S. prisoners of war and servicemen missing in action in Southeast Asia. Agencies Labor Department announced unemployment has reached "substantial" proportions, with 5 per cent or more out of work, in Grand Rapids, Mich., Lowell, Mass., Utica-Rnme, N.Y., and seven smaller areas. Congress In weekend recess. 'wards helping because I' being repeated." Shop till 9 tonight ill £ DOWNTOWN MERLE HAY PLAZA I ier wi tk a r Set Founded in HO Publlihed wry weekday morning by Jll Locust St. Des Molnes, la. 50304 Vol. 121, No. 313 May 4, 1770 Box 957 Richard News Offices Street ra (50304) 'Chief of Bureau iss Bids. (20004) K I "3,f ll SS.°r'.n < iS rr |fC eflt DAvW'ST S ' rMfS ' U " ?4 '' ' 9*N. Nev. Correipondent ent Jom Ryder, Corres CLEAN WATER FOR INDIA UNITED. NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) - The U.N. Children's Fund has approved a four-year multimillion-dollar project to provide clean water for 10 million people in rural By mall oh R.F.D. routes In Iowa and Iowa towns , where neither Register nor Tribune carrier-service Is available, $23 (o " ° f Iowa ' P0>ta<l * Pald sent at ihe owner's risk and Des Molnes Register and Tribune company expressly [tpudltles jny llabflltv or responslblllly lor their sat* custody or return: - Member of • 1he Associated Press. The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to Ihe use or reproduction of all local news printed In this newspaper, as, well as lA.P.) news dispatches. Rights and reproduction of all other mstter published In this newspaper are also -reserved. MAKES THINGS, EXCITING THINGS!... and Heaven to 7 has em! 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