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liday, October 8, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Rage Seven

iday, October 8, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Eerey backs Pursell bid

(Continued from Page 1) Baltic nations are forever be-
imaginative solution to a hind the Iron Curtain,"
ugh problem - it's a nation-1 Percy meanwhile commended
model."' the Soviets far their apparent
ON EDUCATION, an area reluctance to share their nu-
irsell says is his primary con- clear technology and materials
rn, erc enorse Pusei's'with other countries.
mio Percysendoedburlise SAYING NUCLEAR prolifera-
ountentiondthatascho uildingstion was "our number one prob-
le " i h on u , a dmercy stressed that he and w ell be in the short run, Pei' r l o " o p tb e a d h a o sd r -l
~th regard to their philosophies danger in the spread of nuclear
Sgovernment, weapons.
His basic belief in local gov- "Within this century, 18-20
ment - in building the pyra- cutiscudhv ula
an ro the oon-pisatview weapons. If a Khaddafy or an
an he op ow - s avie ;Amin got a hold of one (atom-
totally agree with," Percy! ic weapon) or a terrorist group
id. - well the potential is just ter-
~LATER, PERCY seized a mo-' rifying."
~nt to express some of his On national health insurance,.
kn views, touching such sub- Percy recommended caution
its as nuclear proliferation'
id ntoa elhisrne and restraint claiming the gov-
~t first, not surprisingly, Per- eietpoal ol o
'srecintthseodCr properly administer such a vast
r-Ford debate was solicited, program.
Ith specific reference to Ford's "I can't see health insurance
arification yesterday of hisE not being built on what we
idely criticized remark that already have," he said. "I think
astern European countries we have to crawl before we
ere not, in fact, dominated by! run. We really don't know how
e Soviet Union. to administer health care on a
"There must have been some aioalee.
tention that was not fully or
lequately expressed," main-'
ined Percy. "I know, from ! PIRGIM thanks those
~rsonal conversations with the public interest work.
resident, that he does not for
ie instance concede that Po-' For those who wish not toi
'nd, Czechoslovakia and theF
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.ndebate,
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(Continued from Page 1)
"IF YOU tore down the Ber-{
nWall, which way would theI
~ople move?" Carter asked.E
Tey would move to freedom."
said Ford apparently lacks
~owedge of the way Polish,
~ech and German - Americans1
lel about Soviet power in
~astern Europe.
Carter said the Russians have
~nks and hundreds of thous- I
ids of troops to maintain their
~minance in Eastern Europe.
he Pentagon says 31 Soviet
ivisions are in Eastern Eu-i
Fipe.
"I understand Polish-Ameri-'
~ns for Ford is disbanding,"
arter joked. There is no such
rganization, but Ford cam-:
aign officials concerned with
ie ethnic vote were meeting'
rivately to discuss the sitna-
on. That group includes repre-
.ntatives of Polish - Ameri-
ns and others of East-
Sn European extraction.
JAY NTEMCYZK, executive
~rector of the National Renub-
can Heritage Groups Council,
iid he anticipated a White,
oise clarification of the Ford
'atement.
Democratic vice Presidenitial
ie camnaig-n chiorm;~ from
wiston. calling Ford's corn-
tent " thp most incredible and:
rbelie-Table ever made by a
ttinaT Pritidpnt sinrce the Iron'
irtninl c1q-n'ned lown.
"The So i.at ITninn (domnance
cler and iinnli'iStioried," he
Id a news conference.

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