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Friday January 7-1, 197

Page Two

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, January 21, 191

Carter

calls

(Continued from Page 1) Ford, seated at Carter's right, t
Justice Warren Burger swear nodded to Carter and saidI
him into office using his nick- "thank you." then stood to ack-t
name rather than the more for- nowledge the cheers and ap- 1
mal "James Earl, Jr." given plause.
him by his parents 52 years ago. "I have no new dream to set
The crowd, estimated at some forth today," Carter said, "but1
150,000, hushed as soon as the rather urge a fresh faith in the
man most of them could not old dream."
even see began: "'I, Jimmy "You have given me a great1
Carter . . ." responsibility," he continued,1
CARTER OPENED his 15- "to stay close to you, to be
minute inaugural address with worthy of you, and to exempli-
a one-line tribute to the man fy what you are. Let us create1
he fought against for three and a new national spirit of unitys
a half months before just bare- and trust.- Your strength can]
ly winning the race for the compensate for my weakness,
White House. "For myself and and your wisdom can help to
our nation," Carter said, "I- minimize my mistakes."
want to thank my predecessor BREAKING into one of his
for all he has done to heal our few broad smiles during the
land." speech, the President said: "Let1
Former President Gerald us learn together and laugh to-,

for 'faithii
gether and work together and day of a new beginning than to
pray together, confident that in help shape a just and peaceful
the end we will triumph together world that is truly humane."
in the right." Carter, who has worried some
"The American dream en- Americans with his call for de-
dures," he asserted. "We must fense spending cuts of five to
once again have full faith in seven billion dollars, proclaimed
our country - and in one an- that .the United States' strength
other. I believe America can be "need not be proven in combat"
better. We can be stronger than but can be based instead "on
before." the nobility of ideas."
Part of that strength, he said, He pledged to fight poverty,
will require the United States ignorance and injustice and, to
to set an example of freedom set the standards for dealing
other nations will want to emu- with foreign nations based on
late. the freedom of those nations'
"THE WORLD itself is now citizens.
dominated by a new spirit," he THE PRESIDENT closed his
said. "The passion for freedom address by stating that his vis-
is on the rise. Capping this new ions of the future "are not just
spirit, there can be no nobler my goals, but are common
nor more ambitious task for hones.
America to undertake on, this 'And they will not be my ac-
complishments, but the affirma-
tion of our nation's continuing
moral strength and on'r belief in
nnundiminished, ever-expand-
in4 American Dream."
Carter's sneech wac interrupt-

oid

After the ceremony, Carter
entered his long, bullet-proof,
limousine for the ride to a solar-
heated reviewing stand in front
of the White House where he
would view the three-hour in-
augural parade.
AS IF TO emphasize his de-
sire to be a man of the people,
however, Carter almost imme-
diately left the car so that he
and his wife, Rosalynn, could
walk the 1.2-mile parade route
in a crowd-pleasing stunt that
must have left his ears ringing
with cries of "Hi, Jimmy!"
The President and his wife
walked briskly hand-in-hand
and were eventually joined in
the stroll by their young daugh-
ter, Amy.
Vice-President Walter Mon-
dale and his wife remained in
their open-topped limousine for
the parade, as did the full con-
tingent of the Carter Cabinet,
which preceded the Chief Exec-
utive in the long parade.
DESPITE THE cold, many
nersons had waited hours for

either the parade or the swear-
ing-in ceremonies. The skies
were clear and the sun shone
all day. The temperatures were
about ten degrees below normal
for Washington this time of
year.
The celebration lasted all day,
all night and into this morning's
early hours with "parties" -
not balls - at seven locations in
the nation's capital. Thousands
of Carter admirers spent $25
each to attend the parties, which
did not require formal attire.
Carter planned to visit all seven
parties.
Carter arrived in Washington
yesterday - as the President-
elect - at seven a.m. aboard an
AMTRAK train dubbed "the
Peanut Special." He then pro-
ceeded to Blair House, the ex-
ecutive -mansion across the
street from the White House,
and watched a sparsely-attend-
ed prayer service at the Lincoln
Memorial on television.
After going to church, Carter
and his wife walked to the White
House for coffee and conversa-
tion with the Fords.
Ford, by mid-afternoon, how-
ever, was far from the capital
linelight. A helicopter lifted
him off the Capitol Hill grounds
after the swearing in ceremo-
nies, then flew him over the
parade route and above Wash-
ington's landmarks for a view
of waving citizens and the city
where he had worked for the
last quarter-century. He flew on
to Andrews Air Force Base and
from there to his new home in
! California.

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Daily Photo by PAULINE LUBENS
ALABAMA GOVERNOR George Wallace applauds Presi-
dent Carter as the inaugural parade passes.

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