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Portland Observer
Thursday. February 19. 197«
Page 3
Senator Bayh advocates recognition of MPLA
US Bank displays Oregon history
The Bicentennial Express, a 45 fool
highway semi trailer, will visit 72 loca
tions in Oregon starting March 12th,
carrying the story of the advance of
humanity in Oregon with an exhibit
provided by the Oregon Historical
Society
The free exhibit is funded and
»(tonsored by the United States National
Bank of Oregon, in cooperation with the
historical society, the American Revolu
lion Bicentennial Commission of Oregon,
and the Oregon Trucking Associations,
which will provide the trailer plus free
trans,tort of the trailer from one location
to another
The exhibit will be divided into five
sections: Ancient Oregon, Indians of the
Oregon country, westward expansion,
early enterprise, and Oregon today.
Artifacts on display will range from the
Fort Rock sandal, approximately 9,000
years old and th< earliest known remnant
of .mankind in Oregon, to computer
output microfilm, latest “state of the art"
development in business and financin'
re|>orting. which compresses 221 pages o.
computer printout into a single 4x6 inc),
film card without going through the
printing process.
Among the many other items will be
articles of Indian clothing and tools,
belongings from the cabin of Captain
Robert Cray, Captain Meriwether lew is'
branding iron, pioneer tools and equip­
ment used in early Oregon business and
professions, and the recently complétée
Oregon quilt, which illustrates thirty
scenes from Oregon history and geo
graphy
First ap,H-arance of the Express will be
Bank Plaza at S.W. Sixth
Avenue and Oak Street in Portland
March 12th to 14th
Other Portland appearances will be at
the Lloyd Center April 2nd to 4th,
Washington Square April 23rd to 25th,
Gateway May 14th to 16th, Jantzen
Beach June 5th to 6th, Eas»por< Plaza
November 5th to 7th, and concluding at
the bank plaza November 12th to 14th.
.il th e I S
Though this is not a guided exhibit, two
attendants will accompany the van, with
one or both persona on duty at all times.
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In a heated message to Senator Henry
M. (Scoop) Jackson of the state of
Washington who is running hard for the
Democratic nomination for the Prear
dency. Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett. president
of the National Newspaper Publishers
Association the Black Press of America
warned him on his anti bussing stand.
Dr. Goodlett's message reflects the
feeling expressed by Black editors and
publishers during their Mid w inter
Workshop in the Virgin Islands last
week. His wire to Senator Jackson
follows:
"We want you to know that the mood of
Black editors and publishers at the
National Newspaper Publishers Associa­
tion's Mid Winter Workshop was one of
indignation over Presidential candidates
catering to the whims and emotions of
majority segments of the American
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Black and poor America.
"We believe your proposed anti busing
legislatu re falls in that category We
find it regressive, reactionary and
reflects a myopic perception of what the
real issues of the 1976 Presidential
election should be. No Democrat can win
the Presidency without Black support.
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be vlligently monitoring you and the
other candidates and reporting to our
people which one of you can best provide
the honest, dedicated and effective
leadership for all America and. above all,
who has commitment to help those in
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There is, of rourse, no guarantee that
contacts can be established or that
they will bear fruit if made. I submit,
however, that this approach has a far
greater chance of success than that
proposed by the Ford Administration,
and that it will make the Soviet Union
mueh more uncomfortable than our fi­
nancing and promoting a guerilla war.
Moreover, an attempt to make contact
with the MPLA can cost us nothing. I
urge the President and Secretary of
State to take action now, before it is too
late.
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The MPLA is a fiercely nationalistic
movement. I do not believe it wants
Angola to become a Soviet sattelite or to
be thought of aa one by other African
nations.
Contacts with the I nited States would
provide the Popular Movement with an
opportunity to demonstrate ita indepen
depce of the U.S.S.R., something we
must encourage. Further, they might
pave the way for negotiations with the
other Angolan factions, and for peaceful
relationships with Zaire and the mod-
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irresponsible and adventuristic behavior
of the U.S.S.R.dand Cuba in Angola, I
believe the policy that President Ford
and Secretary Kissinger have proposed
moves in exactly the wrong direction.
Rather than supplying equipment to
prolong the conflict, I believe that now is
the proper time to try to establish direct
diplomatic contacts with the MPLA.
Although there is undoubtedly strong
animosity toward the United States on
the part of the MPLA, I think there is a
good possibility th«t the representatives
of the Popular Movement would enter
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Scale model of "Bicentennial Express" is inspected by three of the principal
sponsors at unveiling at Oregon Historical Society. They are (left to right) Thomas
Vaughan, director of the historical society; Circuit Judge Charles Crookham. vice
chairman of the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Oregon; and Robert
R. Mitchell, president of the United Stales National Bank of Oregon. The bank is
providing complete funding for exhibit which will visit all parts of the state. Oregon
Trucking Associations is furnishing tractor units to move exhibit from place to place.
Senator Birch Bayh (D Indiana) has
said that the United States should
establish direct diplomatic contacts with
the Popular Movement for the Liberation
in Angola.
"I believe the time has come for a
reversal of American policy and a new
diplomatic initiative by the United
States," Bayh said in a statement
released by his presidential campaign
office.
The full text of Senator Bayh's
statement follows:
Since last November, I have repeatedly
expressed my disagreement with United
States policy toward Angola. I have been
deeply troubled by the Ford Administra
lion's derision to supply covert aid to
factions in Angola and to increase the
level of suffering in a complex domestic
struggle when no vital U.S. interests
were at stake. Events of recent weeks
have heightened my concern, and I
believe the time has come for a reversal
of American policy and a new diplomatic
initiative by the United States.
Soviet and Cuban backed forces of the
Popular Movement for the Liberation of
Angola (MPLA) have dispersed forces of
the National Front (FNLA) in northern
Angola and are rapdily moving against
UN1TA positions in the South. It is clear
that the Popular Movement has become
the dominant faction in Angola for the
forseeable future and that if the FNLA
and UNITA are to continue the struggle,
it will be on the level of guerilla warfare
and terrorism.
Here in the United States, Secretary of
State Kissinger has now called for this
country to openly provide aid to UNITA
and the National Front in order that they
may keep fighting. Obsessed with the
theory that we must counter every show
of force by the U.S.S.R. with force of our
own. the Secretary of State is unwilling
to recognize that a guerilla war will be
long and bloody and cost thousands of
African lives, that it will inevitably draw
pro-western states such as Zambia and
Zaire more deeply into the conflict, that it
will further ally the United States with
South Africa in the eyes of Black
Africans, and that it will, in ail
probability. Increase the dependency of
the MPLA on the Soviet Union and
Cuba.
While I am very critical of the