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Schlesinger proposes
shake-up of forces

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DETROIT (UPI) - The Detroit
News reported today that De-
fense Secretary James Schles-
inger is proposing a major re-
alignment in the armed forces,
a move which could prove "to
be the biggest armed forces
shake-up since Robert McNamara
hit the Pentagon."
In a copyrighted story, t h e
News said Schlesinger's plans,
which came after seven months'
scrutiny of the defense estab-
lishment, include major realign-
ment and .redistribution of re-
sponsibilities and, therefore, of
forces, money and manpower
among the four services.
ONE OF THE decisions, t h e
News said, is to include creation
of a coastal command with re-
sponsibilities for land-based mari-
time surveillance, reconnaissance
and anti-submarine Air Forces.

News Military Analyst Col. R.
Heinl Jr. said other proposals
would result in the assignment of
Air Force squadrons to Navy
aircraft carriers and giving the
Army the mission of providing
high-readiness peacetime exped-
tionary forces now handled by
the Marine Corps.
The News said one top Penta-
gon aide said Schlesinger was
about "to shake the tree" of the
jealously-guarded roles and du-
ties of the armed forces.
ACCORDING TO The News,
the changes are incorporated im
a guidance memo entitled "Force
Interdependence," P e n t a g o n
shorthand for a concept of com-
plete mixture of all services
and all military components.
Schlesinger has instructed his
staff to work up plans to cut the
Marine Corps by roughly half of
its present strength of 196,000.

FRIDAY AND SATUF
NIGHTS
ALL SEATS $1.5

THIS WEEK
"Fortune and Men's Eyes'
12:00 Midnight

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AP Photo
Chain crunch
PARMA, Mich.-At least one person was killed and 17 others injured yesterday when 30 cars were involved in a massive traffic acci-
dent.in heavy fog on I-94. Some cars erupted into flames according to initial reports.

KIDNAP DEMAND 'IMPOSSIBLE':
Hearst promises alternate offer
BERKELEY (P) - Newspaper magnate Randolph Hearst said John Kelly, assistant agent in charge of the case, said, "The demands
yesterday he could not possibly meet the demands of his daughter's are very, very high-in the realm of unreasonableness."
kidnapers for a multimillion dollar food giveaway. But he promised a Newspaper, radio and television stations throughout California
counter offer shortly. were flooded with phone calls from eligible persons who said they,
In an emotional statement which he said he hoped his 19-year-old wanted no part of any food that was "blood money" for negotiating
daughter Patricia would hear, Hearst said: "You can rest assured that the release of the coed.-
your mother and I and the family will do everything we can to get IN A TAPE-RECORDED message that accompanied the demand,
you out." Patricia Hearst assured her parents she was being well-treated. She
MRS. HEARST, CRYING softly, added: "We love you Patty and urged her father to act quickly, saying, "I want to get out of here."j
we're all praying for you . .. I know God will bring you back." The SLA called on eight community groups and five "people's
The Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA), which claims responsi- news services" to observe and coordinate the four-week food give-
bility for the Feb. 4 kidnaping, demanded that Hearst supply $70 away beginning Feb. 19.
worth of free food for every elderly and needy person in California. In the tape, Hearst said she was often tied and always blind-
State officials said the tab could run anywhere from $133 million to as folded so she couldn't identify the kidnapers. She said she was taking
high as $402 million, pills for a cold she caught after the SLA dragged her screaming from;
The SLA said Hearst's free food was the price for negotiating his her Berkeley apartment in a hail of bullets.{
daughter's release. It warned that failure to meet the demand could "THE FAMILY FEELS determined it is her voice," Kelly said.
cost her life. { "They say they sometimes wonder if this was her real statement or
IN HIS STATEMENT, Hearst said: "It's very difficult because I not, because some of the things she said don't quite sound like things
have no one to negotiate with except through a letter that generally she would say herself."
comes two or three days later than we expect it." The FBI is still seeking seven persons in Hearst's abduction -
Nonetheless, he asked his daughter to tell her kidnapers "not to five alleged kidnapers and a young white couple parked outside her
worry, no one is going to bust in on them or start a shootout." apartment for over an hour the night of the abduction and sought as
Hearst said he believed the kidnapers were treating his daughter potential witnesses.
under the Geneva conventions as they promised, even though she -
sounded a little tired or sedated.
"I THINK YOU'D like to know everyone is praying for you. I THE PROFESSIONAL THEATRE PROGRAM
think a few are even praying for the people who have you .. . Hang INVITES YOU TO AN
in there honey!" he said. Informal Discussion/Lecture
The FBI said yesterday there were no new leads to the where- WITH
abouts of the heiress and vowed again not to jeopardize her safety.
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THURSDAY, February 14, 1974-4 p m.
TRUEBLOOD THEATRE
(Frieze Bldg. at the corner of State and Huron1
ADMISSION FREE

this weekend
Ken Kesey's
novel of family
and individuality
Paul Newman
Henry Fonda
directed by
PAUL NEWMAN

in Ann Arbor
SOMETIMES
A GREAT
NOTION
Lee Remick

Michael

Sarrazin

in co

Aor and Panavision
Feb. 15-16

Friday and Saturday

-duplexed-
Friday: Joseph Losey's
Assassination
of Trotsky
Richard Burton Alain Delon
Saturday: Arthur Penn's
Bonnie & Clyde
Faye Dunaway Warren Beatty
Michael J. Pollard

Arthur Penn's Bonnie and Clyde

sI
IBOTH FILMS EACH NIGHT AT .X ...

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