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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, Se

eptember 10, 1976

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PRESIDENT CRITICIZES PROPOSED CUTS:

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All are invited to meetings of
THE TEACHINGS OF THE
LVING MASTER
SANT
Darslian Singlh Ji
"True spirituality is not a matter of blind
faith or outer forms and rituals, but one of
first hand experience in one's own lifetime
given at the hands of some competent living
master."'

SANT
DARSHAN SINGH JI
Successor to Great Master

SU RAT S
(Yoga of Cel
TIME: E
PLACE: Frie
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estial Light Current)
ach Tuesday 8 P.M.
nds Meeting House
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nation CALL 971-7356
DONA TIONS

Ford, C
By The Associated Press
President Ford accused Jimmy Car-
ter yesterday of advocating "a nu-
clear strategy of massive retaliation"
that would bring crisis to the Western
Alliance.
At the same time, in a fast-moving
swing across the Midwest, the Demo-
cratic presidential nominee swiped at
Ford and the Republicans on national
defense, telling a rally here that they
have been in Washington so long
"throwing away a few billion dollars
here and there doesn't bother them
anymore."
FORD CLAIMED that Carter stands
for weakened defense policies that
would make it "impossible to have a
defense adequate to maintain our free-
dom and the freedom of our friends."
Hitting directly and sharply at his
November election opponent for the
second straight day, Ford added his
partisan remarks to the prepared text
of a speech to the biennial convention

arter tradi
of B'nai B'rith, a large Jewish service
group.
Before the additions, his text dealt
largely with the concerns of Israel and
American Jews. Acknowledging his de-
parture from the text, the President
concluded his passages by saying, "And
now, back to my nice, non-partisan
speech."
Alternately referring to his opponent
as "Mr. Carter" and "the gentlemen,"
Ford said in one of his sharpest pas-
sages:
The gentleman has proposed
troop withdrawals from Western Eur-
ope and from Korea; defense budget
cuts that would cripple our ability to
supply or sustain our friends; bans on
nuclear tests by our allies; a nuclear
strategy of massive retaliation poli-
cies which would invite a major crisis
with our allies, including Israel."
. QUOTING CARTER as having told
B'nai B'rith he favors "a strong de-
fense, tough and muscular," Ford

jabs on
went on:
"I say to you, the gentlemen on oth-
er occasions has advocated defense
cuts of $5 billion to $7 billion, delaying
our strategic bomber program, with-
drawing from overseas bases and cut-
ting off military aid to vital allies. I
say to you, if we do any or all of these
things it would be impospible to have a
defense adequate to maintain our free-
dom and the freedom of our friends."
Reacting to the Ford speech, Carter
declared in Springfield, 111. that he
has clearly and repeatedly supported
strong national defense - but that
strength was not even the issue. "The
issue is waste and mismanagement in
the Defense Department and through-
out the federal government," he said.
"I CONTINUE to attack waste, cor-
ruption and inefficiency wherever it
is found, from HEW to DOD," said
Carter.
"It it only natural that those who
have condoned and defended such

defense
waste for the past several decades
should continue to do so. Perhaps their
problem is that they have been in
Washington so long that throwing away
a few billion dollars here and there
doesn't bother them any more."
"IN EVERY ASPECT of life - sell-
sitivity, minimum wage, social secur-
ity, balanced budgets, unemployment,
inflation - the Republicans have set
new records of damage for our coun-
try. Well, I intend to change that."
On the abortion issue, Carter said he
sympathized with the "pro-life" dem-
onstrators who have dogged him at
practically every stop in his first week
of campaigning.
He said such activities were "part
of the political process" but added that
"it would be a mistake if the news
media and the public assumed that
it's myself against the Catholic Church.
That's erroneous, and I think the
church leaders would agree with that,"
he said.

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