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idoy, September 16, 1977--The Michigan Daily

Is It True that President
:Nixon Is Not Guilty of
Plan ning the
, Wa.terga te Robbery?
REPORTERS ASK
GORDON LIDDY
Would you do it again? His answer was in French. They
say it means he was asked by the top, This proves he is
afraid to say who it is-a part of the agreement that he
does not talk? Strings tied to reduction of his sentence,
like the Hoffa pardonr
I think Gordon Liddy is agood American and surely does
not want to destroy our form of government. Was the indi-
yidual, group, or the political economic or religious in-
terest that made the break in any one or group of interests
opposed to President Nixon's stopping our involvement in
the war in Vietnam and getting our soldiers out of prisons
that had been caught killing the Vietnamese people and
stopping our from kidnapping our best young men and
forcing them to commit murder or shoot themselves like
our government did shoot and kill the boy from Detroit
and absolutely refuse to pay his wife for killing him. The
question when God is honest and loving, what does He
think of such people? Let's not have an atomic war. We
need the forgiveness of God for our mistakes, but how
will God forgive us for anything unless we see and admit
when we cre wrong? Let's save our country.
Paid for by Floyd Molkemus
NIXON NOT GUILTY OF" PLANNING WATERGATE.
BREAK-IN-GORDON LIDDY DOESN'T CLAIM HE IS.

Death toll rises to 23
in Kansas City flood

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The
death toll in flash flooding along
Brush Creek rose to 23 yesterday as a
body was found in a wrecked car
pulled from the normally placid
stream which burst its banks after
torrential rains earlier this week.
Officials said an estimated $50
million in damage was caused by the
raging waters, which left 1,200 per-
sons homeless.
AUTHORITIES have confirmed
the deaths of 23 persons in the Kansas
City area and one person at Leaven-
worth, Kan., 35 miles to the north-
west.
Several cars surfaced as Brush
Creek subsided, and the latest body
recovered was found in one of them.
Police still listed two persons as
missing after the flooding through
Kansas City's renowned Country
Club Plaza.
c HOUSE OF
" rinal Rgs" ewelsy
- Sheepskin Coats " Pipes
" Tapestries
320E. LIBERTY 769-8555

Recovery efforts moved down-
stream on yesterday as debris and
backwaters of the receding flood
were searched.
Officials said that of total damage
estimated, about $4 million was in
vehicular loss and $8 million in dam-
age to schools, streets and other pub-
lic property.
WILLIAM S. KENNELL, an insur-
ance underwriters spokesman, said
only about $2 million worth of dam-
age, excluding that to vehicles and
mobile homes, is to insured property.
"There are only 1,358 flood insur-
ance policies in the Kansas City
area," he said. "We have yet to write
the first flood insurance policy in the
Country Club Plaza.'
Flood water was pumped from an

underground parking lot and the
basement of an apartment complex
on the plaza Thurso1r, uncovering
many submerged cars. More than 500
new vehicles were covered with six
feet of water in a storage lot at a
General Motors plant.
Undamaged shops, stores, restau-
rants and theaters in the Country
Club Plaza resumed business Thurs-
day as cleanup efforts continued and
main streets into the exclusive shop-
ping area were reopened.
The federal coordinating office for
flood recovery established a head-
quarters following President Car-
ter's declaration of a disaster area in
five metropolitan counties; The de-
claration makes homeowners, small
businesses and local governments
eligible for low-cost federalloans- and
grants.

Stone: Carter is
just another Nixon

(Continued from Page 1
American people of involvement in con-

flicts like Vietnam. It showed,
words, "how severely we were
washed by our own propaganda.

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STONE SAID Carter is the victim
some degree, of an inflation of hope.
"Carter said during the campaign
that he would never lie to the American
people. But if he would have simply
come out and said, 'Look, I'm a smgll-
time businessman. I'm essentially c"
servative. I'm disposed to black',
although I took no part in the civil
rights movement. And I believe first
and foremost in a balanced budget,'
then he wouldn't have inflated hopes
and he wouldn't have been in the
trouble I believe he is in."
"A president can provide two kinds$f
leadership; one can mobilize the worst
in people, the other can bring out the
best," said Stone.
"No one has ever shown a greater gift
for stroking the erogenous zones of the
American people than Jimmy Carte.
But he backs away from the tough
ones.
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