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Thursday;: September 27, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Thursday,, September 27, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Cutbacks in defense Buchanan denies he

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approved by Senate

OK'd 'dirty tricks'

(Continued from Page 1) BUT THE continued balance ' of
A State Department spokesman, payments problem, the resulting.fo r .1 Pa m paign
asked to comment on the Senate weakness of the dollar, and a grow-
vote, recalled that on July 10 Un- ing conviction that the European
dersecretary Kenneth Rush told the allies were not contributing enough (continued from Page 1 said. "But when we do them there
House Foreign Affairs Committee to the common defensee helped to BUCHANAN said the Republi-, are screaming headlines in the
that the U.S. was unequivocally crystallise opinion in favor of Mans- cans in the White House also Washington Post."
opposed to any reduction of U.S. field. strove to break "the institution- Buchanan insisted that the var-
military forces in Western Europe. It looked Tuesday night as alized power of the left" by with- ious Republican dirty tricks and
though the administration would holding government funds from pranks were not responsible for
HE, ADDED that besides the again be'able to hold off a -call for foundations and organizations re- the failure of Muskie's candidacyI
necessity to reinforce the NATO a drastic unilateral troop cut when garded as overly liberal, or for the nomination of McGov-
defense posture, there was the I the Senate approved by 84 to 5 a Buchanan sharply criticized tax- ern.
danger that any reduction in troops compromise proposal by Sen. Henry exempt foundations that became
would jeopardize current East- Jackson (D-Wash.). involved in politics and tried to; Sen. Joseph Montoya (D-N.M.):I
West negotiations. But when debate was continued retain their tax-exempt status. asked him whether it was ethical
Wentiment in the Senate for a yesterday on the defense authoriza- Among strategies the Republi- to employ infiltrators to travel
Bentmen intheSente fr a, ystedayon te dfene atho Iz cans considered, Buchanan- said, ! with McGovern's campaign party
European troop cut has been build- tion measure, Mansfield success- cans honidered, Buthnan saidu with cer a ign party
ing up for the last few years. fully moved his proposal. Service eliminate the tax-exempt headquarters.
Successive administrations have: The estimated balance of pay-serviceoflimiat th e tx-exempthea
opposed Mansfield's efforts and ments deficit resulting from the stau o sc veorganiz n ta BUCHANAN exploded into anger.
they have been backed by the stationing of the 300,000 troops l ingbecameinvolved in politics and "Was it ethical for Joe McGin-
business establishment. Europe is 1.5 billion dollars a year. giving administration money to "in- nessto poase as a Nixon worker
_..___ - -sittin supportive of the values in 1968 and steal my files and
in which we believe." publish them in a best selling book
BUCHANAN SAID he saw noth- (The Selling of the President-
M ystical E aster n- uI t ing improper orunethicalin giving1968)?"he asked
yfinancial preference to conserva- SEN. L 0 W E L L
Stive gather than liberal organiza- SN ece R
delves into spytions, and f ibea s oganiz.Conn.) gave Buchanan his tough-
Hle said he was aware of pho- est grilling of the day, asking
tographed documents coming from whether it was ethical or proper
(Continued from Page 1) and psychic planes beyond our Muskie's campaign headquarters for the Republicans to imply thatI
In order to escape from this living physical world. but said he had no idea that there Senator McGovern was vaguely
material world, Eckankaris would Mysticism and occult is a way of was a Republican spy in Muskie's anti-American."
tell you, you need a guru, a "Liv- life for cult members. They con- organization. Buchanan agreed that he would
ing Eck Master." sider any concern with this ma- "If McGovern or Muskie had not have written those words had
terial world as an obstacle in the won that election, I think it would he known that his internal memo-
"ECK MASTER is an individual path of their supreme achieve- have been little short of a catastro- randa would be seen by outsiders
who lives for one purpose only and ments. phe," Buchanan said. But he.felt but he maintained that McGovern
that is to take souls, that is in- The founder of this movement that McGovern had no real chance was "the candidate of the far
dividuals, out of this world and was , Sri Paul Twitchell who in- to win. left."
into worlds which are beyond time troduced the philosophy of Eckan- BUCHANAN said the Republican In any case, he said, to call Mc-
and space, and complete in their kar to this country in 1965. *He Party wanted to get into dirty Govern anti-American was far less
reality," Meyer says. claimed to have learned his art tricks against the Democrats as a offensive than to compare Presi-
At a meeting Monday, attended from a Tibetan called Rebazar way of paying them back for I dent Nixon to Hitler.
by about a dozen devotees and Tarzs. pranks performed on Nixon by --~
those just-plain curious, discussion Acording to Meyer, Rebazar Dick Tuck, a practical joker with
centered on such mystical 'subjects Tarzs was born in the 15th century a dislike for Nixon. RELIABLE
as. soul travel, astral projection and is. still living. Buchanan produced howls of
as-soultravel - projecto an -- laughter in the Senate Caucus ABORTION SERVICE
- Room when he described one of
three pranks he attributed to Tuck. Clinic in Mich -] to 24 week
U doctors to reseaxc At one stage during the 1972 pregnancies terminated by ii-
campaign, he said, Tuck organized censed obstetrician gynecolo-
a group. of black mothers and gist. Quick services will be or-
effct ofqualud use pregnant women who were re- ;rne.Lwrts
ceiving welfare payments to march CALL COLLECT
in Miami carrying placards tha '(21)2166
(Continued from Page 1) Enforcement Agency, however, has;said 'N onarry n." rdth216) 2 i
IN GENERAL, however, "as long proposed that it be placed in the "SOME OF THE THINGS done 24 HOUR SERVICE
as individuals have an urge to con- same control category as mOr- to us were hilarious," Bucchanan __
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