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Saturday, December 7, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three

Saturday, December 7, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PQge Three

Dems push

lternative
program

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Ford econ

By AP and Reuter
KANSAS CITY - Democrats
attacked President Ford's eco-
nomic leadership yesterday and
unveiled their own seven-point
program to fight inflation and
recession as they formally open-
ed their unprecedented minican-
vention.
The Democrats, with ane eye
on the 1976 presidential c a m-I
paign, intend to hit the Repub-
licans where they feel they are
most vulnerable - the econ-
omy.
Buoyed by their big election
successes last month, w h i c h
increased their control over both
houses of the Congress, t h e
Democrats intend to step up
their pressure on the White
House to approve legi.31ation
overcoming what Ford has ad-
mitted is a recession.
THE ATMOSPHERE gener-
ally was one of relaive h a r -
mony, despite hints of trouble
from black and women dele-
gates over a controversial sec-
tion of the proposed party char-
ter to be debated today.
Party Chairman Robert
Strauss predicted "we'll w a 1 k

out of there united instead of Nearly 3,000 delegates, alter-
divided." nates and aides swarmed
The economic proposal, rang- through hotel lobbies, attending
ing from an across-the-board caucuses and a series of eight'
system of controls to tax re- "issues" panels, while presi-
form and national health insur- dential hopefuls shook hands
ance, was the convention's first and presented their views. OneE
order of business, following party leader said it looked
speeches by party officials and more like a reunion than a
Democratic congressional lead- convention."
ers. With labor officials apparent-
THE PROGRAM coincided ly resigned to inclusion of sev-
with the announcement that the eral charter provisions they do
November unemployment rate not like, the focus of dissent
had hit 6.5 per cent. The White turned to a coalition of blacks
House reacted to the increase by and women challenging a pro-
announcing that President Ford vision in a section barring
will seek new anti-recession le- quotes. They claimed it would

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Israeli troops with Defense Minister Shimon P eres (center) start a search for terrorists yes-
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with a phosphorus grenade.
MANY STILL ABSENT:
COal miners resume work

gislation in the near future.
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Volume LXXXV, No. 77
Saturday, December 7, 1974
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (A) - money on the 20th," he said.I
United Mine Workers (UMW) For those who didn't work yes-
members began returning to terday, he said, "it looks like
work yesterday. Many major it'll be a dark Christmas."
coal companies reported that Consolidation Coal Co. had
maintenance work had begun partial production at a few ofI
in the mines but that not enough its mines in southern West Vir-
men had shown up to begin full ginia and Illinois. Mines in
production. northern West Virginia were be-
The miners' strike, which be- ing prepared for resumption of
gan November 12, oficially end-' work and a call was put out for
ed at 12:01 a.m. yesterday fol- men to return to work at 12:01
lowing the unions' ratification ofI a.m. Monday.
a new three-year contract with
the Bituminous Coal Operators THE END of the strike for
Association. | men covered by the BCOA con-3
But many mines reported yes-I tract was complicated by eon-
terday that men did not show tinuing negotiations for 4,400
up for work and there w a s UMW members working f o r
picketing in Illinois in connection members of the Association of
with a strike of construction Bituminous Contractors, b a r-
workers. gaining arm for the coal indus-
BEN ROMEO, of the Eastern try's construction workers. r
Association Coal Corp. in Pitts- Striking workers covered by
burgh noted that his company's, - the contractors' part in lliois
next scheduled payday is De-
cember 20, for the week ending picketed at the start of t h e
December 7. "The men who morning shift at five mines
work today will get paid t h a t there.
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In Carbondale, Ill., a man who
refused to give his name but
identified himself as a strik-
ing construction worker took
out an ad in a newspaper ask-
ing the miners to strike in syn-
pathy.

KENNETH DAWES, president
of the UMW district in Illinois,
had said earlier that his men
would probably stay out in synm-
pathy with the construct:on
workers if they were asked to.
Union officials in Pennsylvan-
ia admitted that there could be
problems over the return to
work. They noted that Manday is
the start of the second week of
the state's two-week deer hunt-
ing season. And some said they
feared there could be problems
from dissident miners not saris-
fied with the contract.
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WUOM: From the Midway -
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Basketball: U-M vs. Tenn., Cris-
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Music School: Coilegium Musicum,'
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PTP: Showcase series, Dean's "The
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Musket: McLaughlin & Ford's
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