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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 5, 1970, Florence, South Carolina114 Friday woman lawmaker discusses concerns anarchy or repression sen. Smith sees a narrowing Choice in nation by Walter r. Mears and Carl c. Craft associated press writer Washington a sen. Margaret Chase Smith fears the silent majority May be Seething explosion Over tur that even virtual dicta toward an Moil and repression worship might be the ultimate result. If it came to a Choice the sen. Margaret Chase Smith sounds warning Sayi Silen majority May be moving toward explosion red peace delegates denounce Nixon talk Paris a North Viet Nam and the Viet Cong used the 69th weekly session of the Viet Nam peace talks thursday to denounce wednesday night s speech by president Nixon and reassert their determination to fight until final the four hour conference ses Sion one of the shortest on record produced no Progress and no hint of a break in the 17 month old stalemate. The Hanoi and Viet Cong Dele Gates systematically rejected to protect he lives and Security of our forces in South Habib said. The other Side s refusal to engage in a meaningful dialog at the Paris talks he added is a Clear indication that As yet Yoi prefer continuation of the War rather than peace through Nego North Vietnam and the Viet Cong were represented at dept. To level. So was South Vietnam and officials of the Saigon Dele action said chief negotiator denied or brushed aside virtual Pham Dang Lam was suffering by every Point made by presi Dent Nixon in his televised account of the operations in indo China. They both declared the . Intervention in Cambodia had serious setbacks and repeated earlier assertions that Nixon is deliberately expanding prolonging the War and using from a bad cold. Hanoi s acting negotiator Nguyen Minn by told newsmen Nixon s speech provided new proof that despite his pretence to be animated by a desire for peace through negotiations he is still looking for a military Vic tory and tries to achieve a Posi Tion of strength by prolonging South vietnamese and thai and extending the War. Troops in an attempt to impose military domination or. The whole Indochina Peninsula. American negotiator Philip c. Habib read parts of Nixon s by and his Viet Cong col league Nguyen Van Thien both Nixon of resorting to accused threats. The threats he brandished Tion of the people of South Viet Nam to pursue their struggle for Independence and Freedom until final Thien declared. Speech into the conference will never shake the determine record and again stressed american readiness to open genuine negotiations. Habib ignored the other Side s assertion that Nixon intended to impose a permanent Neo Coloni Alist regime on Cambodia and recalled the president s Assur Ance that All american forces will leave Cambodia by the end of june. The Only remaining Ameri can activity in Cambodia after practical joke Captain Cook Hawaii a Roger Bell 22, was arrested on a common nuisance charge when police spotted him chasing a car in the nude. Bell july 1 will be air missions to in a Carpenter said his clothes Ter sect the movement of your were in the car and that the troops and Materiel where the i Driver was playing a joke on president finds this is necessary Maine Republican said Ameri cans who now Are quiet would prefer repression to anarchy. And then she added the word might one Day spread from Washington no More dissent Clamp Down on civil liberties. Mrs. Smith discussed in an interview with the associated press the concerns that led her to caution the Senate monday that violence and extremism is increasingly forcing upon the american people the narrow Choice Between anarchy and her warning against extremism of the left or the right was uttered on the 20th anniversary of the declaration of conscience in which she repudiated the tac tics of the late sen. Joseph r. Mccarthy. Excerpts from the interview q you said that now As in 1950 there is a National feeling of fear and frustration that could result in National suicide of fast causes it a i think there s an unrest i hink the problem on the Cam uses i think the violence i hink the uncertainty in Busi Ness inflation uncertainty in world affairs i think All of this s starting to set up a period of ear and frustration. Q does it Stem from the War in Southeast Asia a i Don t think entirely. I can a Only what i have seen on he campuses and the students with whom i be talked. While hey re talking about Cambodia Good Deal and saying that Cambodia is the basis for All his and that s what we re hear in All the time the questions on t indicate that. The ques ions Are few As far As cambo a and Vietnam Are concerned hey just cover the whole front. So the end of the Vietnam War would not solve the prob Enis you describe a i m sorry i think it wont think this is just one Small Lart of it heavens knows it s a big enough part. Q have you had any reaction rom the White House to your Peech a i be had some Calls fron he White House the people Rith whom i be talked have Een quite complimentary in Leir remarks saying it was iry timely that they re glad someone spoke up in whom peo ple had Confidence. Q do you know what the president s View was a no i Don to. Q your speech implied tha the nation is facing near revolution. Is it i think that a great Many people feel that we have been in revolution. I personally feel i we re not we re pretty close to it. Q what in your mind is the most urgent problem in country today a i think crime is think the Laws should been forced and i think he enforce ment officers should be enc our rather than discouraged. Vietnam is a serious situation. I think perhaps he people mainly tie silent people Are even More concerned than the people who Are making a lot of the noise. I d have to put crime and Vietnam pretty much in the same category. Q you warned in your speech that there is a danger of repression. How would repression Manifest itself a it would be encroachment on the individual liberties basically. I think it probably would show up More quickly in Anderson for Ralph k. Andersonjr. House your vote and support will be appreciated kaid for by committee to elect Ralph k. Andersonjr. To House june o. Yarborough and j. Mendel Brown that direction than in any other. 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