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riday, April 19, 1974

THE MICCH I GAN °t:)A°i LY

Page Nine

THE MCHIGA JAIY.Pag'Nin

Kennedy arrives in Moscow
to discuss Jewish emigration

MOSCOW, (Reuter) - Senator
Edward Kennedy arrived here
yesterday from Belgrade at the
start of a one-week tour of the
Soviet Union, and said he intend-
ed raise the issues of civil rights
and Jewish emigration with
Kremlin leaders.
Speaking to reporters, he did
not give any details of how he
intended to approach the matter
in his talks with Soviet officials.
But Kennedy is a supported of a
Congressional amendment to the
Nixon administration's trade bill
which would deny the Soviet
Union most favored nation status,
unless it granted the right of free
emigration.
KENNEDY IS also apparently
hoping to convince the Kremlin

that the drive to impeach Presi-
dent Nixon is not a plot to wreck
East-West detente.
The Democratic senator, whose
assassinated brother the late
PresidentJohn Kennedy is still
regarde with strong official
sympathy here, is expected to
put over the liberal viewpoint on
Watergate at a meeting with
Communist Party Chief Leonid
Brezhnev.
A session between Kennedy
and Brezhnev, who has based
his policy of improving relations
with Washington largely on the
survival of President Nixon, has
not been firmly set. But his aides
were confident it would take
take place.

BEFORE LEAVING Belgrade
earlier yesterday the Senator told
a press conference, the view that
the Watergate affair and its sub-
sequent ramifications were a plot
by the enemies of detente, could
not be further from the truth.
Although Soviet leaders have
not publicly proclaimed the
"plot" theory, official press com-
mentators here have frequently
hinted that they believed "reac-
tionaries and rotten liberals" in
the U.S. were seeking to over-
throw the President in order to
halt a further development of
ties with Moscow.
And even senior Soviet offic-
ials closely involved in working
out the Kremlin's policy towards
Washington' have declared pri-
vately that they feel Nixon's dif-
ficulties have been deliberately
created by anti-detente forces.
KENNEDY has been frequently
praised here for his liberal stand
on many foreign and home policy
issues, and this clearly boosts his
credibility as a genuine critic of
President Nixon.
At his press conference yes-
terday, the Senator said the over-
whelming majority of both ma-
jor parties in the U. S. favored
reducing East-West tension, and
this is a line he will certainly
pursue in Moscow.
The Senator will return to
Washington next Thursday.

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the killer or killers of 12 white
victinis.
One of the first to be stopped,
Robert Brooks, said: "I think
the mayor. is persecuting t h e
black community for the acts of
a few crazy dudes."
BUT POLICE officials reported
that although there was some
resentment, most persons s u b-
jected to searches understood the
reason and hoped it would un-
cover the man Mayor Joseph Al-
ioto described as a "mad killer."
Brooks, a 23-year-old security
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only minutes after Alioto an-
nounced the stop-and-search pro-
cedure as an "extraordinary
measure."
"If the killings continue, some
other people are talking about
retaliation against blacks," said
Brooks, who wore a knit cap like
one shown in a police sketch of
the suspect. "That will be too
bad. The thing is bad enough
now.",
BROOKS SAID officers asked
him if he had any first-hand in-
formation about the case, code-
named "Zebra" after the police
radio channel used in the investi-
gation.
"I told them that all I knew
about the kiings was what I
read in the newspapers and saw
on television," he said.,
In announcing the tactic Wed-

nesday night, Alioto appealed to
the black community to cooper-
ate. He said the killings were
not a racialdissue and thatoff- i
cers simply would question per-
sons who resembled a composite
of a slender, black, mustachioed
man made from witnesses' de-
scriptions.
"WE HAVE A mad kiler loose
in the city, simply killing people
at random," Alioto said. "There
is no motive and no sense."
The latest victim was NelsonI
Shields, who was shot three times
in the back Tuesday night with-
out warning. _ Police Chief Don-j
ald Scotq said there are at least
two killers and possibly m o r e.
The random shootings began lastj
November and have left six1
persons also wounded, all of them
white.
Inspector Mortimer McInerney
said investigations told him one
man had been searched three
times. "He didn't resent t but
wondered if there was s o m e
way he could get a pass so he
wouldn't have to go through it
next time," Mclnerney said.

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