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Tuesday, March 11, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Former CIA

man

claims
not kili
WASHINGTON (UPI) - An
analysis of t a p e recordings
shows Lee Harvey Oswald was,
telling the truth but perhaps a
dozen other persons lied about
their knowledge of J o h n
Kennedy's assassination, a for-7
mer Central Intelligence Agen-
cy official said yesterday.
"I don't know the name of
the man who pulled the trig-
ger," author George O'Toole
told a news conference called4
to introduce his new book on
the subject.
But the Warren Commission
which investigated the crime,
he said, had no choice but to
o return the verdict it did -
blaming Oswald and saying hej
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U.S. in d
t-
a {
is WASHINGTON (P) - Labor.
leader George Meany said yes-!
terday the nation's unemploy-
ment rate amounts to a depres-
sion.
The AFL-CIO president blam-
ed administration and Federal
Reserve Board policies for cre-
ating current conditions and'
said the policies appear to have

Oswald-

did

Kennedy

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acted alone - because the cli-
mate was so volatile in the
country at the time.
IN A BOOK, "The Assassina-
tion Tapes" which contends
that Oswald was "framed,"
possibly by employes of the
Dallas police force and the
FBI, O'Toole based his conclu-
sion primarly on the measure-
ments of a device invented in
1970 known as the psychologi-
cal stress evaluator-or PSE.
The machine measures chan-
ges in human voice frequencies,
and when the modulation disap-
pears, it is as a result of stress
and is a strong indication the+
speaker is lying.
'"HIS (Oswald's) categorical

denial that he shot anyone
contains almost no stress at
all," O'Toole said.
"But the absence of stress is
a sufficient condition of truth-
fulness . . . Oswald d e n i e d
shooting anybody - the Presi-
dent, the policeman J. D. Tip-
pitt, anybody.
O'Toole quoted polygraph
expert Lloyd Hitchcock, ofI
Lavonia, Ga., as saying:
"Assuming that he was not
suffering from a psychopatho-
logical condition that made him
ignorant of his own action, I
can state beyond reasonable
doubt that Lee Harvey Oswald
did not kill President Kennedy
and did not shoot anyone else."
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Hills heads HUD
Carla Anderson Hills yesterday was sworn in as Secretary of Housing and Urban Develop
ment by Supreme Court Justice Byron White. She thus became the third woman ever nam
ed to a Cabinet post. Praising Hills, President Ford said that she faces an immense task i
her new position, taking on "the very serious responsibility of administering this impor
ant department at a time of recession in the housing industry." The new HUD secretary,
Los Angeles attorney and mother of four, responded to Ford's words saying that she wa
determined "that we shall make substantial strides toward the goal of achieving for ever
American family decent shelter and a proper living environment."
TESTIFIES BEFORE COMMITTEE:
Ford and Congress seek
energy accord, says Zarb

epression - IMean
and two-tenths per cent, repre- Arthur Burns, chairman of the
senting nearly seven and one- Federal Reserve Board, have
half million people without jobs, both said that in fighting reces-
it is time that the administra- sion they are concerned over
tion stopped kidding itself and the danger of over - stimulating
trying to kid the people." the economy into another round
Speaking before a symposium of inflation.
sponsored by the National Hous- The current unemployment
ing Conference, Inc., Meany statistics compare to a 25 per
noted that the administration's cent unemployment rate, with
budget was pegged to estimates about 13 million people out of
that unemployment will remain work, during the Great Depres-
at nearly seven per cent or sion of the 1930s.
higher through 1978.----------------.

The Joint StdntFcut
Policy Committee,.
deals broadly with any issue that
offects the process of education in
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MEANY URGED a tax cut
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House and congressional staffs Ways and Means Committee, collections ofx
are talking in an effort to find which can hold it in suspense. March 1.
a compromise between Presi- Asked whether this amounts Another mat
dent Ford and Democratic lead- to holding "a sword of Damoc- sion, he said,i
ers on energy policy, Energy les" over Ford's head, Albert protection orc
Administrator Frank Zarb said replied, "I would turn that guarantee tha
yesterday, but the crucial around and say it showed the out of imports
question of timing remains un- President we are really trying mestic supplie
resolved. to cooperate." A number of
Zarb also told the House Bud- Questioned by Budget Com- been pushing
get Committee the administra- mittee members as to possible quotas rather
tion maintains its support for a areas for compromise, Zarb ing taxes as;
tax on imported crude oil, rath- said "there have been meetings ducing import
er than only on gasoline as key with various congressional com- Without saying
Democrats propose. mittee chairmen, and staffs too. words, Zarba
BUTHE dde, "e hve ot "THE MOST prominent area that the admi
oT H rE adeda"We have got raised is that of possible phas- consider stand
ries its share." ing in a program rather than ilar authority.
Zarb's testimony was the first imposing it on the economy "A major poi
official confirmation from the abruptly." is whether we
executive side thaticompromise Under Ford's original plan, million barrels
efforts had moved into the the $3-a-barrel tax, without ports by thee
phase of nuts-and-bolts discus- congressional action, would said. "Our v
psio nhave been fully effective April should and tha
sin.1. action."
Ford invited compromise ef- Zarb said there was some a
forts by deferring last week the sentiment at the talks for tak-
second and third increments of ing measures to restrict imports
his proposed $3 a barrel tax on a step at a time and seeing how
imported crude oil. House Dem- each step works. (.world Ai
ocratic leaders, in response, HE INDICATED there has not LUXURIOUS BOEING
moved to hold up a vote on ov- been time to see anyrefect on TO F RA!r
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that would postponed for 99 imports from the $1 of tax that Travel Grou C
days the entire imported oil .3 ...m.
tax hikes. HAEay26
SOME REPUBLICANS, con- A sETHMay 26
tending they have the votes to 2 June1 1
sustain the veto asked for an 4 June30
early vote, but Speaker Carl 5 July 21
Albert (D-Okla.) told newsmen 6 July28
yesterday that when the mat- 7 Aug. 11
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Democrats have

that approved by the House. Het
supported more public serviceG
jobs. And he proposed stimulat-
ing the housing market through
subsidized interest rates for
home buyers while providing.
a safety net for unemployed,
workers who fall behind in
their house payments.
"Yes, America is in a de-
pression," Meany said. "Wheni
the unemployment rate is eight

MEANY SAID the underlying
policy which created current
conditions and would prolong
economic hardships "is the
policy of trying to fight infla-
tion by using methods which
have failed in the past and will!
fail again."
Treasury Secretary William'
Simon, the administration's
chief economic spokesman, and,

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