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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesdav. Septemb'erĀ° 28, 1974

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Carter hits F(
By AP and Reuter He said the 10.7 per cent in-
Jimmy Carter blamed Repub- crease in the number of poorl
lican policies yesterday for ' Americans living below the of-
creating "a class . . . called the ficial poverty income level of
New Poor" as he ended a Pa- $5,500 "means that we are on
cific coast campaign swing and our way to creating a different
headed east. President Ford, kind of Other America, a class
meanwhile, returned home from that has been called the New
a foray into Carter's home turf, Poor."
the Deep South, where he prom- IN THE BEST received speech
ised a post-election crusade so far of his campaign for White'
against crime. House office, the Democraticf
In Portland, Ore., Carter pre- candidate blasted WashingtonI
dictably seized on newly-releas- politicians in general for draw-
ed Census Bureau figures show- ing support from lobbyists and
ing that 2.5 million more Ameri- special interest groups-but he
cans slipped below the govern- left no doubt that he was aim-
ment's official poverty line last ing for President Ford.
year, raising the total to 25.9 A crowd of some 6,000 people
million. in Portland, Oregon, cheered
"MR. NIXON and Mr. Ford loudly as he told them: "Our
have made these people poorer government is not fair. You can-
in the same way that Mr. not expect any better from
Hoover made people poorer in political leadership that has
the 1930s-by denying them the been bogged down in Washington
chance to work," the Democratic for 25 or 30 years.
presidential contender told an1 'They've been deriving their
audience at a community cen- advice, their counsel, their fi-
ter. nancial support from lobbyists
"The Republicans pay lip ser- and special interests. They play
vice to work, but they veto bills golf together, eat in the same
that would create jobs. They restaurants, go to the same:
have become a party not of clubs."
work but of welfare." MEANWHILE, former special
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Watergate Prosecutor Leon Ja- He said that in the first 100
worski told a New York news days of his new administration
conference that an inquiry into he would give top priority to
maritime union contributions to federal anticrime legislation. Auto talks recurie
Ford's congressional campaigns Ford said "Congress has done
turned up nothing that called for nothing" about a series of anti DETROIT - Negotiators for the United Auto Workers and
further action. crime proposals he has sub- Ford Motor Co. have made modest progress toward a con-
Jaworski said he was sur- mitted. tract settlement and "the dam could break at any time," a
prised by reports that the spe- Ford said his drive will be to union sources said yesterday.
cial prosecutor's office, now jail career criminals and "vio- But another union source cautioned that despite modest
under Charles Ruff, has begun lent and street-wise" young of- movement at the bargaining table, he was not hopeful of a
a new nuniryI pitcth handling fenders; to impose "strict and settlement before next week at the earliest.
of the unions' political contribu- more stringent penalties to "My guess is I'll still be here next Monday," the source
tion. Isstamp out the threat of political said, referring to the bargaining at Ford's world headquar-
Flying into Washington on a 3 terrorism. ters in suburban Dearborn.
rinyight , xtendedcaos utrisHE SAID he would also pro- Bargainers held a subcommittee session on health insur-
rstetenesdntigtrip f-pose an expanded program of ance yesterday morning and a formal main-table session for
icethe yredntaltraeofDyfederal assistance to local gov- about an hour in the afternoon before recessing back into
ficially began after Labor Day, g
having campaigned from New ernments trying to cope with subcommittee to discuss group life insurance.
Orleans across the Gulf Coast career criminals. It was the first meeting of the full bargaining teams from
and at Miami, Fla., where he "The career criminal is a one- both sides since last Thursday.
outlined his plans for a stepped- man crime wave," the Presi- Union-negotiators left the bargaining suite at about 6 p.m.
up push against crime before a dent said. "He commits between A UAW spokesman said today's schedule remained open, al-
convention of more than 2,000 50 and 80 per cent of all serious though he expected the two sides to resume talks.
police officers. crimes."
FORD SAID in a speech to a# Ford said too many politicians ' Palestinian guerillas hanged
conference of the International underestimate public concern
Association of Chiefs of Police! about crime. DAMACUS, Syria - Thousands of Syrians pressed around
that he intends if re-elected to the gallows yesterday to see the bodies of three pro-Palestinian
"stamp out the threat of politi- guerrillas hanged by the government in retribution for a bloody
cal terrorism" which he said is -j raid on a Damascus hotel
ttalstClad in white tunics, the bodies were left dangling in nooses
ideals."j for six hours in a public square facing the Semiramis Hotel,
where four terrorists held some 90 hostages Sunday until an
? c a rg eI assault by Syrianhtroops. Syrians climbed onto balconies and
c}r es"It was a good thing. They wanted to ruin our country,"
said a woman witness to Syria's first public hanging in 11
years. "Let the bodies be thrown to the dogs."
r-' I The government said one guerrilla and four hostages were
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. U _killed and 34 hostages were wounded during the seven-hour
JACKONILL, d ay U k- siege and battle, which apparently was a protest of Syria's
naping charge against Jack military intervention in the Lebanese civil war. The three
McWilliams, accused of abduct- captured guerrillas were executed 24 hours after the hotel
ing the wife of a wealthy Jack- takeover.
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State Atty. T. Edward- Aus- WASHINGTON - Congress should require that future U.S.
tin said federal officials would cooperation with foreign governments on, nuclear energy be
drop their kidnaping charge contingent upon acceptance of safeguards to prevent the spread
against McWilliams because of atomic weapons, the General Accounting Office (GAO) said
there was no indication state in a study.
lines were crossed during the The GAO, a watchdog agency of Congress, said the United
kidnaping. States should use its leading position as a world supplier of

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Sieri Linda Jaffa was found
Sunday morning in a wooded
areaabout a mile fromher
home. She was blindfolded and
gagged, but officials said she,
was in good condition despite
her 91 -hour ordeal.
Police said the woman had
been there since Wednesday
when McWilliams, the brother
of her husband's business part-
ner, allegedly abducted her and
demanded $200,000 for her re-
lease.

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nuclear fuel and technology to restrain the development of
nuclear weapons by nations that do not already have them.
It said Congress should "make future U.S. nuclear coopera-
tion ... contingent upon adherence to the Non-Proliferation Trea-
ty or agreement by the recipient country to subject its entire
peaceful nuclear program to international safeguards."
"The continued development of nuclear technology in fore-
ign countries and the corresponding potential for nuclear weap-
ons proliferation is a matter of urgent concern," the GAO
said.
"Compounding that concern is the possibility of terrorists
or subnational political factions stealing nuclear material or
sabotaging nuclear facilities."
The study noted that "nations seeking nuclear assistance
can now turn to other suppliers ... Therefore, halting U.S.
exports would not eliminate the escalating riski..."
However, it said, "as the world's leading nuclear exporter,
the United States. ..should exercise whatever leverage it has
to achieve its non-proliferation objectives."
Beriut fighting eases
BEIRUT, Lebanon - Fighting eased somewhat on the war
fronts in Beiruit and the surrounding countryside yesterday
though hospitals still reported dozens of persons killed, mostly
in mortar and artillery exchanges.
Palestinian guerrillas braced for a possible attack by Sy-
rian forces in retaliation for the takeover of a Damascus hotel
by pro-Palestinian guerrillas.
A Syrian move against the guerrillas here would please
right-wing Christian Lebanese, who want to see the alliance
of Palestinians and leftist Lebanese battered into submission,
thus forcing an end to the 17-month-old Lebanese civil war.
A Lebanese source reported in Cairo that a boat carrying
_-- - leftist chieftain Kamal Jum-
blatt to Cyprus was fired on
M: i.:s .Sunday night by Israeli boats.
M ichifih |He said Jumblatt's vessel was
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SynrSwi Club outside the Lebanese port of
Saida but managed to reach
CLINICS Cyprus. Jumblatt flew from
Tuesday: 8-10 p.m. there to Cairo Monday and met
Thursday: 7-9 p.m. with Egyptian Foreign Minister
Ismail Fahmy.
CALL Lebanon's new president, Elias
NMI Sarkis, continued his contacts
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