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THursday, January 20, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'Page Nne"

Carter goes to Was
(Continued from Page 1) 1 wife Betty, spent their last night
pot in Plains to give his send- in the White House across the
off to the 380 folks aboard the street. Vice President Nelson{
Peanut Special, an 18-car ( Rockefeller, his wife and two l
streamliner bound for his in- sons were overnight guests.
auguration. There will be the usual panop-
He said it would be "one ly of ceremony today: the oath
great, glorious, enjoyable and administered by the chief jus-.
memorable party. tice of the United States, a
chilled audience of thousands,'
"IF YOU get into any trouble the inauguration parade which;
in Washington, don't call me," organizers say Will last less than
he said, beaming his trademark two hours.
smile. "I'll have my hands full." Ahead of that come other fes-
Carter promised to do his tivities: a gala at the Kennedy
best, for them and for the coun- Center for the Performing Arts
try. "I won't let, you down," he with a wide assortment of show
said. business personalities, a prayer;
Then Carter, his wife Rosa- service on the steps of the Lin-
lynn, .daughter Amy, mother Lil- coln Memorial featuring the,
lian, three sons and the rest of Rev. Martin Luther King Sr. ;
the family went to Albany, Ga.,;
for their chartered flight to CARTER WILL TAKE the 35-
Washington. word oath to support and ;de-
fend the Constitution, admin-1
HOME, FOR a night, was istered by Chief Justice War-I
Blair House, while Ford and his ren Burger, following the swear-1

ihington
ing-in of his chosen vice presi-
dent, former Sen. Walter Mon-
dale of Minnesota.
Carter thus will become the
39th president, and Mondale
will be 42nd vice president.
Carter, elected in a campaign
in which he orated against cen-
tralized Washington, proclaim-
ed it a people's inauguration'
and his committee sent out in-
vitations to hundreds of thou-
sands.
FOR DAYS there have been
jazz and classical music reci-
tals, poetry readings, lectures
and square dances in churches,
the branches of the Smithsonian
Institution, the Library of Con-
gress, Capitol Hill, and in the
public parks.
For the more affluent, there
were seven inaugural balls in
public buildings and downtown
hotels tonight. Tickets to the
balls cost $25 per person.

New movement on its way--Hayden
(Continued from Page 1) campaigning for and electing' ahead in solar research but withI
than they ever have," Hayden four or five local politicians to po real significant gains, there's
told the generally supportive positions like drain commission- simply no money in the sun."
crowd. "With U.S. expansionism. er,councilmembersaand niem Hayden also stresseddthat
on the decrease, what used to; bars on other local boards," "apathy is only skin~ deep."
be an expanding pie wih s one said Hayden. "People are still frustrated. Be-
Ethat is contracting ithnpeople ! Once a broad base is con- fore the black movement we let
wanting bigger sections than. structed, Hayden hopes his out -our frustrations with panty,
ever," he added. ts grassroots movement can work raids. These were more than
its way into the upper echelas outle s for sexual fantasies -
Hayden called for an ' Econ- promoting ideas that raise the they were unconscious rebellions
omic Bill of Rights" - one that quality of life for the ordinary aeai-st the rigid campus es-
would protect the "fundamental citizen. tablishment.
rights of the people," giving ev- -
eryone the right to full employ- DIMINISHING resources and "This was the cultural revolt
ment, clean air, and education. increased demand, which Hay- that lead to the 1960's radical-!
He explained it would abandon den terms infla ion or price fix- ism, he continued. "That same
the old ideas of monumental de- ing - they're interchangeable-- sort of new daying is coming
fense spending and tax privi- mean that higher prices are in- around again.
leges for multinational corpor- evitable. Energy that was once After opening the floor to
ations. cheap and plentiful, he said, is questions, several members of
"This entails more than just now scarce and the solution is left-wing political organizations
changing our priorities, if we to find an energy source that is I voiced their thoughts in an ex-
were to drop the B-1 and other accessible and plentiful. change which degenerated into
Pentagon fantasies we still The answer is the sun. "One a shoutig match.
wouldn't have, enough money to of my campaign workers went: Hayden answered the speak-
finance our proposals," said to Atlantic Richfield Co. (ARCO)'ers saying, "I often feel sorry
Hayden. to find out about their solar re-i for Trotsky because of his fol-
search," said Hayden. "An lowers. It's this kind of secular
"WE'VE GOT to move away ARCO public relations man told insani:y that brought the move-
from a government that's him that they were moving ment to an end."
geared to high nrofits." 1 ---.-_-_-_

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Ford bids office goodby

(Continued from Page 1)
aganda radio broadcasts de-
signed to demoralize American
servicemen in the Pacific.
She was the only one to face
prosecution. Many critics said
she was the victim of anti-Jap-
anese sentiment following the
war.
D'AQUINO was convicted of
treason in 1949 in San Francis-
co and served 6% years in
prison.
D'Aquino was indicted on nine;
counts of treason, but convicted!
of only one. Specifically, she
went to prison for saying in a
broadcast, "Orphans of the Pa-
cific, you are really orphans
now. How will you get home
now that your ships are sunk?"
Rejecting a blanket amnesty
for Vietnam military deserters
and draft evaders Ford directed
that honorable discharges be
awarded to wounded and decor-
ated veterans who had not re-
ceived them.
THE NEW ruling would apply
only to deserters and would af-
fect at most 700 former service-
men, a White House spokesman
said. They would be eligible for
veterans benefits, including
medical care and education.
The men involved settled the
desertion charges against them
under Ford's original program
of clemency in return for alter-
nate service. That applied to
draft evaders generally and to
deserters on a case by case
basis.
The President made the rul-
ing in response to a promise he
made last month to the widow
of Sen. Philip Hart (D-Mich.),
who supported such amnesty.
FORD -HAD phoned Jane Hart
to offer condolences on the death
of her husband and she asked
him to consider blanket am-
nesty.
In a letrer to Ms. Hart yes-
terday, the President said he
had "decided to maintain my
position on earned clemency and
hone you will understand.
Ms. Hart said she was disap-
pointed with Ford's decision and

obsered that Ford seemed "toj
have met only with those who!
oppose unconditional amnesty
and never with those who sup-
ported it." She described Ford's'
action as "a step in the right
direction, but unhappily a small'
one."
Ford acted to lift price con-
trols from gasoline, but the ac-
tion on his last day in office
ran into stiff opposition in the
Democratic-controlled Congress,
where moves to veto the action
were immediately launched.
THE EFFORTS under way in
both House and Senate to re-
je7zt the gasoline decontrol pro-
osaltseemed likely to succeed,
with many members expressing
concern about the consumer
price impact while others say-
ing the question should be left
to the incoming Carter admin-
istration.
Congress has 15 days to nulli-
fy Ford's move. A negative vote
in either chamber would kill the
action.
Congressional critics previously
said the decontrol move could
add six cents a gallonto gaso-
line prices paid by motorists.
The Fordadministration said
the price hikes would be much,
lower.
THV kDMINISTRATION said
an e-d of price controls was
necessary to provide incentives
for the petroleum industry to
increase exploration and refin-
ery capacity. The controls were
established in the wake of the
1973-74 Arab oil embai-go when
prices were rising rapidly.
Congressional sources said op-
position to the move is so great
that a vote to, block it could.
come as early as today.
Press Secretary Ron Nessen
said Ford telephoned Brezhnev
at mid-morning, talked to him
15 minutes through a Russian
translator in the Soviet Union
and then called a number of
other world leaders. He did not
identify them.
"ALL THE CALLS are moti-
vated by a desire to say a per-
spnal farewell," Nessen said.
President-elect Carter and his
wife were to meet the Fords
at the White House Thursday at

10:30 a.m. r r coffee before go-
ing to the Capitol, the Carters
in one limousine and the Fords
in another.
After the swearing-in cere-
mony, the Fords were to fly
to California from Andrews.
For old times' sake, the de-
parting President arranged one
more look at the capital, where
he has lived for 27 years. He
requested that the helicopter
carrying him toward private life
today circle the downtown area
of government buildings and the
White House on its way to An-
drews Air Force base in nearby
Maryland.

Hayden was highly critical
of multinational corporations
and quoted the late Senator
Philip Hart as saying, "After
examining the multinationals I
found that if there were to be
a showdown between the elected
government and the multination-
als, the elected government
would have to back down."
HAYDEN RAN for the U.S.
Senate in California in the last
election and lost to John Tun-
ney in the primary but received
1.2- million*votes - some 38 per
cent of the Democratic elector-
ate.
"We have begun the grass-
roots movement in California by

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