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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 4, 1973

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Sunday, February 4, 1973

DISARMED BY ARMY

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Bomb
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threatens Belfast

By AP and Reuters ed Irish Republican Army. (UDA) reported that thousands of
BELFAST - Northern Ireland's "The city center faced u t t e r its uniformed members were ga-
capital was gripped by fear today devastation," one spokesman said. thering in East Belfast to march
after a wave of nine sectarian kill- With the city center at a stand- on a police station where three
ings this week and a massive new still during the tanker drama, a Protstants were being held.
bomb threat which forced exacua- bomb badly damaged the fashion- The men are being questioned
tion of much of the city center yes- able Wellington Park Hotel a few about a hand grenade attack on a
terday. blocks away, but a 25-minute warn- busload of Catholic workmen last
The area was cleared just after ing was given and there were no Wednesday, which killed one man
midday when a hijacked fuel tank- casualties. and wounded nine.
er with 4,000 gallons of gasoline The hotel, recently redecorated A U.D.A. spokesman said their
and a bomb on board was aban- after a previous blast last year, members would surround the po-
doned outside the offices of the has a predominantly Catholic clien- lice station until the three men
Belfast Telegraph newspaper. tele.
In York road, a tough, mixed were released.
Army demolition experts work- Catholic-Protestant area of t h e "If they are not freed we will
ed feverishly and succeeded in de- capital, a Catholic cafe owner was make no attempt to control o u r
fusing the charge, averting an ex- shot to death by gunmen. members," he said.
plosion that could have laid waste Earlier, in the Catholic Beach The warning followed two nights
to buildings over a wide, area. Mount area, 10 people were cut !of vicious rioting in mainly Pro-
Security officers said Belfast had down when occupants of a moving testant East Belfast. For the last
"never come under such grave car opened fire at passers-by. Three two nights gangs of youths have
danger" since civil strife erupted of the wounded were reported to be roamed the area burning cars and
in 1969 between the majority Pro- in serious condition. buses and stoning British troops.
testants and the Roman Catholic Meanwhile, the militant Protest- The army reported that at least
community backed by the outlaw- ant Ulster Defense Association 80 shots were fired at them Friday
--___ _ _ _ __ -night.i
N " .The Protestant Ulster Vanguard
Nr INixo= Movement last night condemned
a o sa mthe rioting in East Belfast-rk
normally quiet area - as the work
7u -7 -i.7-u1 -7 .of "a hooligan element."

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Molding young men
Pallas recruiter Jerry Williams carries a recruiting poster yester-
d tv o its new home in the Nav Center in the Dallas Federal

broke funding pledge

Building.
FORMER ATTORI
Nixon na
WASHINGTON U(M - Pr
Bradford Cook, Jr., a former
the next chairman of the Sec
sion (SEC), it was learned ye.
Cook, now director of the
lation, is to replace William C
dersecretary of state for econ
Cook, whose appointmen
by the Senate, confirmed in a
House officials have told him
Arsonist hits
Miami diner;
139 1injured
MIAMI BEACH (Reuter) - A
49-year-old man was arrested yes-
terday and acused of setting .a
flash fire in a crowded cafeteria
which injured 139 persons, most
of them in their 60s and 70s.
Police booked Charles Reardon
of Bal Harbor, Florida, on charg
es of arson and throwing a dz
structive device following m o r e
than 12 hours of questioning.
Reardon walked into the Miam
Beach police station 22 minutes
after the flash fire and told po-
lice: I've done something terli
ble. I've made a lot of perple
scream."

NEW YORK (P) - The U.S. Con-
ference of Mayors and the Na-
tional League of Cities said yester-i
NEY: day that President Nixon's bud-i
get proposals violate a promise noti
to substitute general revenue shar-
ing for existing forms of federal,
The sister urban organizations,
which represent 14,883 municipali-
ties across the nation, issued a 79-
o f page critjque of Nixon's revised
fiscal 1973 and fiscal 1974 budget
esident Nixon plans to name proposals.
Chicago corporate attorney, as Prepared by the joint Washing-
,urities and Exchange Commis- ton lobbying staff of the organiza-
tions, the report said that mayors,I
sterday. governors, county officials and the
SEC's Division of Market Regu- President explicitly agreed at anj
asey, who is taking over as un- August 1969 meeting in the White
omic affairs. House that there would be no such
t would have to be approved substitution.
telephone interview that White The $30.2-billion, five-year rev-
he willget the job. enue-sharing bill was enactedalate
he wll et he ob.last year, providing states a n da
He said the SEC should look at cities with the first federal a i d
the possibility of letting broker- which could be spent virtually any
age houses set their own rates on way they pleased.
the sale of stocks and allowing the The report cited comments in the
public to shop around for the best budget and in budget briefings by
rates or attempt to negotiate for federal departments that availabil-
lower rates from a given broker. lity of generalarevenue-sharing
Already, Cook said, that prac- funds was in part the reason for
tice is in effect on stock purchases totally discontinuing aid to public
of more than $300,000. By April libraries, support for community
1974, he said, that will be reduced, action agencies, which coordinate
and the SEC will be dictating local antipoverty efforts, and oth-
brokerage fees on purchases of er programs, including the $2.25-
only $100,000 and less. billion, two-year Emergency Em-
"The most burning issue right ployment Act, which has put 147,000
t now," Cook said, "is should it go unemployed persons to w o r k in
to zero." public service jobs.
"Politically, it's a very tough ~~---
'thing to talk about" eliminating
. the broker's rates set by the SEC 603 east liberty
e on all stock purchases," he said.
"Such a move," he explained, M ICHI GAN
i "would allow brokers to raise or T P 6 9
lower their fees to the hundreds of
- thousands of individuals who reg- H ELL, UPSIDE DOWN
ularly buy relatively small
amounts of stock.

The administration has defend-
ed the cuts as necessary to fight
inflation and eliminate programs
which have failed or are no longer
needed.
Nixon's budget shows proposed
spending for the special revenue-
sharing plans equal to the combin-
ed fiscal 1973 spending on the pro-
grams they absorb.

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