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Friday, Odober 15, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 15, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Ford claims Carter has
'slandered' the nation

(Continued from Page 1)
wouldn't interfere with the spe-
cial prosecutor."
THE PRESIDENT also denied
that two recent decisions - to
send sophisticated new weapons
to Israel and to increase agri-
cultural support prices - were
based on politics.
Carter, in remarks to a Lib-
eral party dinner in New York,
said he had no reason to dis-
agree with Ruff's decision on
the investigation of Ford's han-
dling of campaign funds in
Michigan. And he repeated his
assertion that Ford has made
only feeble efforts to secure a
new nuclear arms agreement
between the United States and
the Soviet Union.
He said that once a freeze is
agreed upon by the two nations,
"we must move toward method-
ical, step-by-step mutual reduc-
tion in our atomic arsenal,
maintaining at all times rough
equivalency in destructive pow-
er."

Both Dole and Mondale head-.
ed for Houston yesterday. Their
debate in the Alley Theater to-t
Night will give the two vice
presidential candidates their one,
-hance of the campaign to take
the spotlight away from Ford
and Carter.
VETERANS of service togeth-
er in the Senate, Mondale and
Dole are masters of cutting one-
liners, and many observers ex-
pect their debate to be a live-
lier confrontation than the de-
bates between the presidential
candidates. I
Fordused a bill signing cere-
mony yesterday to say once
again that he doesn't accept:
Soviet domination over Eastern
European countries. Ford has
been emphasizing that point,
ever since his foreign policy,
debate with Carter last week}
during which the President
said, "There is no Soviet dom-
ination of Eastern Europe."
A new element was injected
in reports that when Carter was

ing the trip and said the purpose
of the trip was to promote fore-
ign trade for Georgia firms.
Jody Powell, Carter's press sec-
retary, has said that during the:
trip and during another taken
at the expense of Coca-Cola, al-
so a Georgia firm, the governorI
"never did a favor for eitherI
company. I'm sure that he felt
no obligation to these compan-
ies.".
The Chicago Sun-Times said
yesterday that after the Lock-!
heed trip, Carter wrote to a:
company executive and thank-
ed him for the trip and prom-
ised to promote "in an active
way" the C130 cargo plane,
manufactured by Lockheed. The,
hand - written letter to Bob
Roche, a Lockheed vice presi-
dent, was signed "your friend,
Jimmy."
In Washington, Dole used
Ruff's statement clearing Ford
to attack Carter and demand,
that the Democratic candidate
"apologize to the President ofa
the United States."
"Gov. Carter asked for the
truth, the whole truth, nothing
but the truth," said Dole. "Gov.,
Carter's problem may be that
he many not recognize the
truth when he hears it."1

Ferency, ex-gubernatorial
candidate, eyes judgeship
(Continued from Page 1) ly inferior to private attorneys. party to run as its nomine
by Governor William Milliken Though a full-time criminal a race against Republican n
in 1975 upon the death of Thom- justice professor, the judicial inee James Ryan, who was
as Kavanagh and nominated by candidate has not totally given pointed by Milliken last yea
the Republican Party, and Blair up the private practice he be- replace the vacancy left
Moody Jr. the Democratic nom- gan in 1952. Presently, he has John Swainson.
inee. taken a case pressing for pris- THE APPEAL rejected
on reform by calling "the over- Ferency entered the
Though Supreme Court jus- crowding of prisons" cruel and against Lindemer and Mo
tices normally serve eight-year unusual punishment rendering Liberal obserers feared
terms, this race's winner will such conditions as "excessive Ferency and Moody would
finish out the remaining six exposure to homosexual attacks the liberal vote giving Li
years of the Kavanagh term. and the lack of medical care." mer - who characterizes r
MAKING JUDICIAL reform Ferency has never been a seJJ as a conservative -- a
an issue in his campaign, Fer- sworn judicial officer but points ter chance of winning.
ency drew a parallel betweenj out that he has done work re-
the idea of pre-paid legal in- quiringadjudication, serving on However, Ferency claims
surance and medical aid: appeals and arbitrations boards a poll taken by the Detroit N
a n n ical with the Liquor Control Co- shows he is "neck and ne
ty - the cost of obtaining nec- mission and Workmen's Com- with Moody as Lindemer tr
tsy legal aossistanon the- pensation. He also stresses that Although his views are v
essary legal assistance on th his formal education surpasses known to the public as "libe
part of those who need it should that of all the other candidates -and to some, "radical" -
be a cost borne by society,"; insists that he is a "stickler
he said. O R I G I N A L L Y a the Constitution." "I am a s
"A decision on a case should Constitutionist and I think t
be based on the merits of the s t a u n c h Democrat and is more in it for people
state party chairman in the i oei tfrpol
case rather than the ability of 60's, he deserted the party when they think.
people to mount a presentation,''.... he e e d oed arth it
the bespectacled Michigan State Vietnam policy. oneds
University professor continued..VAstnepof ou r f
As on of te foudersWhatheis the future c
FERENCY NOTED that pub- HRP, he ran unsuccessfully for
lic defenders in Washtenaw governor in 1974 and for the Su-
County are "pretty good" but preme Court in 1972.rPARKS and
asserted that most court-ap- Earlier this year, Ferency OPEN SPACES?
pointed counsel are significant- had appealed to the Democratic
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TONIGHT-7 and 9 p.m.
Nat. Sci. Auditorium

Admission: $1.25

FRI.-SAT. $
Folkways Records'
ELOISE

2.50

and
TRACY SCHWARTZ
of the New Lost City Ramblers
fiddle, guitar, banjo and
cajun accordion.
tradiitonal American folk,
country and cajun music.

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governor of Georgia he had ac-
HIS PROPOSAL for a freeze cepted free transportation to
went beyond his previously stat- Latin America from Lockheed!
ed position that agreed - upon Aircraft Corp., which has aI
ceilings on such weapons are large manufacturing plant at
too high, and negotiations Marietta, Ga.
should be concerned with re- CARTER HAS confirmed tak-

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ducing them.
Carter questioned whether
national security would be en-;
hanced by the continuation of
an agreement under which
"both nations spend another tril-
lion dollars" on atomic weapons
over the next decade.
"We must move to secure
agreement with the Soviet Un-
ion on a quick freeze on the
warheads, total throw weight
number of atomic missiles and
and qualitative weapons im-
provements, he said."
MEANWHILE, the candidates
for vice president prepared forI
their debate tonight in Hous-
ton.
Sens. Walter Mondale, (D-
Minn.), and Bob Dole, (R-
Kans.), are to meet in a sin-
gle 75-minute debate with no
limitation on subject matter.
The last of the three debates!
between Ford and Carter is
scheduled for Oct. 22 in Wil-'
liamsburg, Va.
Got to get here
early, so you can
play late.
PINBALL,
BOWLING 3
and BILLIARDS
At the
UNIONI

UAW seeks pacts
with other f irms~

STADIUM
Greek and
American Food
A Specialty
LOWI
338 S.;

RESTAURANT
& PIZZERIA
* PIZZA
" STEAKS
" CHOPS
CHICKEN
E SEA FOOD
EST PRICES IN TOWN

Speak out at pubi c earings:
" MICH. UNION, Oct. 14
at 8 P.M.
" PUBLIC LIBRARY,
Oct. 16 at 2 P.M.

THURSDAY, OCT. 14
The Group on Latin American Issues
Presents: AN EVENING ON PUERTO RICO

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8:30

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DETROIT (AP) - The United!
Auto Workers, with a Ford Mo-
tor Co. contract in hand, turn-
ed yesterday to the other Big
Three automakers, looking for
similar pacts for another 515,-!
000 UAW workers.
After a seven-week break,
bargainers resumed talks at
Chrysler Corp. and held infor-
mal meetings with negotiators
at General Motors Corp. Spokes-
men said bargaining would re-
sume Monday at GM.I

Meanwhile, Ford's efforts' to
resume normal, production after
30 days were hampered by un-
resolved local disputes at 11 key
parts plants which feed most
of the firm's 18 assembly facili-
ties.
ONLY FOUR vehicle asserbly
plants were operating yesterday,
said a Ford spokesman. He said
a fifth would start up today and
three others would reopen on
Monday.

State

663-4636

NEW FRONTIER RANCH
PRESENTS A
"MIDNITE SPECIAL DISCO"
CABARET STYLE (B.Y.O.B.)
EVERY FRIDAY NITE!
10 P.M.-4 A.M.

OFFICE OF CAMPUS LIFE
AND
EUGINE GILMORE
PRESENT
Earth, Wind and Fire
PLUS
THE EMOTIONS
SUNDAY, OCT. 17-8 p.m.
TICKETS: $7 RESERVED, $6 GENERAL
No personal checks
On sale now at the following locations:
-McKENNY UNION
-RICHARDSON'S -RICHARDSON'S
PHARMACY PHARMACY
on Washtenaw, on Sate Street,
Ypsilanti Ann Arbor
-MR. MUSIC, in Briarwood Mall
No smoking or alcoholic beverages in the Fieldhouse

TO ALL STUDENTSI
BH.
COME! JOIN IN! DANCE! SING! REJOICE!
WIT H T HE TORA H!-
& SAY & DRINK L'CHAYIM
SAT., October 16
4 0 8:30 p. m.
at
CHABAD HOUSE
715 HILL ST-
cor. Oakland
for further info DIAL
99 LEARN

Donation: $2.50

Food Available

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2. Turn right on to Belleville Rd. which becomes Sumpter
Rd.
1 Continue on Sumpter Rd. for 12 miles to FAY RD.
4. Right on FAY RD. Go 3 miles to New Frontier Ranch.
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Galahad's features one of this area's few piano bars Monday-Friday during early evenings
and a live dance band Wednesday through Sat urday nights.

We cut the ribbon to Ann Ar-
bor's hottest disco this summer.
A wild and woody place.
When you need a break from
studying, close the books and
rnY on out to the JRLC. Lum-
ber on in.
JACKSON ROAD LOGGING CO.
2800 Jackson Rd., Ann Arbor

Galahad's of Ypsilanti is a!
restaurant that produces con-:
sistently good food without rely-
ing on the kind of thematic ro-
coco that so many eating houses
rely on today.
Formerly the Pub, now under
the new management of Kay
Bronner and William Walsh, this
warm, stocky British-styled inn
located at 205 W. Michigan in
downtown Ypsi has all the
charm of its overseas counter-
parts matched up with a gutsy
American cuisine. Thick,/tender
steaks and pork chops are pre-

steaming when they're baked, ing open a crab's leg to extract This winter, when the winds
ready to be smothered in sour the juicy ocean-marzipan with- blow cold right down to the
cream and chives, crunchy and in, you raural facilities can, marrow of your bones, when
golden when in their other forms thrill to the top-notch piano frost assaults your face like the
such as French friend or hash playing-five nights a week-of picadors bandarillas, you can
browned. Shirley Simpson. Happy hour is seek welcome refuge in Gala-
Thursdays, Fridays and Sat- her time for making the Ivory had's fortress of warmth. Es-
urdays are Prime Rib nights, 88 come alive and you're sure pecially when they have a spe-
when the delicious cut is put on to relish this pleasant form of, cial-occasion party like they'll
special. entertainment. be giving this October 30 for
Indeed, there is little food Wednesdays through Satur- Halloween.
that's as good as basic, cultural days (9-2 a.m.) you can cone It may be vicious outside, but
fare. Galahad's provides exact- alive to the spirited music of the magnetic, burly olde Eng-
ly this. Their meals are not Denny Brown's duo, who pro- lish persona of Galahad's will
exotic, but they're all the more: vide real foot-tapping tunes for roar all the more heartily;
appe a i n g in their hearty all those with the ambition to toast to bright times with

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--Monday Greek nite

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Gala had's

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