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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 6. 1968

Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LeMay rtrains' for campaign;
Wallace calls for Vietnam winl

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NEWARK, N.J. (,-)-With Gen. repeatedly called for a military

Curtis E. LeMay at his side,'
George C. Wallace called yester-
day for military victory in Viet-,
nam with conventional weapons
and his audience responded: "We
Want LeMay."
LeMay joined Wallace for two
stops in industrial New Jersey as |
part of "a training flight" for his
campaign as runningmate to the!
formerAlabama governor, third '
party candidate for President.
The New Jersey visit ended what'
Wallace called "a most success-
ful" seven-day tour of industrial
cities in the Midwest and East.
Wallace went on to Cleveland last
night.
In New Jersey, for the first time1
on this tour, Wallace escaped the
heckling which has sometimes
drowned out key lines. Instead,
supporters chanting "We Want
Wallace" drowned out any dis-
sent.
In Newark, policemen who
ringed the -downtown park where,
Wallace spoke often added their
applause to that of the crowd.
Speaking in two cities with a
history of racial violence, Wal-
lace drew applause when he called
the report of the president's com-
mission on riots "asinine and ludiP
crous."
He said the report called for
"people to be paid not to work and
not to burn the city down." ButI
he did not mention the rioting
which took 26 lives in Newark last
year.
Wallace stressed\ Vietnam and'

conclusion to that war using only
conventional weapons and with-I
out nuclear weapons.
"Another war is unthinkable," ,
he said in Jersey City in reference
to the prospect of another global'
conflict like World War II. j
On the possibility of use of nu-I
clear weapons in Vietnam, Wal-'
lace said:
"Not only do I say it is not
necessary, I have said we would
not use nuclear weapons in Viet-
nam."
He said his judgement was that
"the war could be won militarily
with conventional weapons."
In Newark, Wallace referred to
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Nixon lambasts Hartford hecklers
NiXon campaign aide ch arges.
Huniphrey organized hecklers

WESTBURY, N.Y. k} - Rich- sau and Suffolk Counties, suburbs!
ard M. Nixon, campaigning on of New York City.
Long Island /yesterday said Demo- Nixon was seeking votes in the
crathavkind of surburban area that is vi-I
crats have "struck out" - while tal to his hopes of catching New
an a i d e accused the Humphrey York's 43 electoral votes, the na-E
team of transporting hecklers to a tion's largest single bloc.
Republican rally. ' Crowds clustered in business
The charge was hurled by Rob- districts along the route, but they
ert Ellsworth, Nixon's political di- were far smaller than the turnout
rector, who said Hubert H. Hum- for a similar motorcade through
phrey's organization chartered Philadelphia suburbs two Satur-
,four buses to carry noise-making days ago.

hand to greet Nixon yesterday at'
a rally at the Roosevelt F i e 1d
Shopping Center in Westbury.I
Later, in Huntington, where a
shopping center crowd appeared;
smaller, Nixon was heckled.

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college students to a Nixon rally
Friday night in Hartford, Conn.
N i x o n encountered scattered
heckling as he toured populous
Long Island, but nothing to match
the concentrated noise t h a t
emanated from a small group of
youthful demonstrators at the
Hartford rally.

In making the heckler charge.
Ellsworth said Humphrey has fac-
ed demonstrators and hecklers;
since becoming the Democratic
nominee, "Last night," he said,
"the Humphrey campaign provid-
ed transportation for these same
hecklers to a Nixon rally."
"But the point," he said, "is not

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The former Vice President did that the blow at our campaign
Th fmerVicePh e usientdidtwas unsuccessful. The p o i n t is
not Wmention' the acc sation, but that the Humphrey managers are
chose World Series tirne to throw hittjing below the belt."
dusters at the Democrats.httnbewth e.
dustey' atr Democts. y Humphrey, he said should make
"They've struck out on every- his own case "if he can - rather
thing they've tried," he to 1 d a than spending his money to haul
crowd in Garden City "Put us up disorderly demonstrators to teari
and we'll hit a home run." down the case of others."
"This administration has set a'- There appeared to have been
record in striking out for America. some 30 to 40 noisy demonstrators
It's time to get a new batter up in the audience at the Hartford
there. Give us a chance." rally, and about 100 outside. They
New York Gov. Nelson A. Rock- identified themselves as members
efeller, beaten by Nixon for the of .Students for a Democratic So-
GOP nomination, accompanied the ciety f r o in Wesleyan University
former Vice President on a' me- and Trinity College-
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