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I Ht MIC.HIUHN URILY

5oturdcy, December 1 It 1975

_rL IM(A UAL _,trd~ Debr_1 7

DON'T WASTE
YOUR BREATH
SOMEPLACE ELSE ...

Kissinger's ast hurrah urges

Jobs to be a top

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restraint to avoid catastrophe' priority -- Carter

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Say It First in
the Classifieds.
CALL TODAY

(Continued from Page 1)
work with a man to whom the
adjective 'great' can be applied
with sincerity."
Luns said he was convinced
Kissinger will stand in history
"as one of the most effective
foreign ministers of our cen-
tury.'
ON OTHER subjects, Kissin-
ger said:
* The United States strongly
opposes any increase in oil
prices by the Organization of
Petroleum Exporting Countries

(OPEC), which meets later this
month in Qatar.
*Political progress in Spain
should serve to speed the day in
which that country is admitted
to NATO. Other members of the
alliance objected to Spain's
membership until a democratic
government w a s established
there.
* He does not "anticipate
playing any role in the Carter
administration in formulating
foreign policy." However, he

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would be prepared "to assist in
specific circumstances and to
offer advice."
IN THEIR statement, the NA-
TO ministers said they "viewed
with concern" the high level of
Soviet military spending and the
"continued disquieting expan-
sion" of Soviet armed power.
They also accused the Soviet
Union of moving too slowly on
developing relations wi.h the
West and on fulfilling the terms
of the Helsinki agreement which
call for improvement in human
rights and more contact between
East and West.
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(gontinued rrom rage i)
sive Employment Training Act
(CETA), which provides train-
ing programs, public works jobs
and youth employment.
"THE AMOUNT of the stimu-
lus, if it's required, would be
a certain figure - $10 billion,
$15 billion, maybe even high-
er," Carter said.
"A certain amount of that'...
that can be implemented
through job opportunities during
this fiscal year. That amount
is limited....>
"If the amount of stimulus
that is required is more than
the jobs that we could imple-
ment, I'd make up the differ-
ence in taxes," Carter said.
Jloin The
.Daily

Carter departed
in Plains, Ga.,

for his home
shortly after

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EARLIER IN THE DAY, Car-
ter had said he still has an
open mind about a tax cut. He
also promised a unified energy
policy by April 1 and said he
probably will name one person
to head two energy agencies.
The mix of domestic and de-
fense concerns ended a two-day
visit to Washington during which
the President-elect and his tran-
sition aides planned alternatives
to stimulate the economy, re-
organize the government, aid
the cities, pardon Vietnam draft
resisters and provide for trans-
portation safety.

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nightfall.
'C0ke'notl
as bad as
rumsays
J udg
(Continued from Page 2)
in cigarettes, are more dan-
gerous than cocaine.
"FOR THE ordinary, social
user, there is little, if any, dan-
ger at all in the use of cocaine,"
he said.
A first conviction for posses-
sion of cocaine in Massachusetts
carries a jail sentence of up to
one year and a fine of up to
$1,000.
In dismissing the case against
the defendant, Richard Miller,
36, the judge said the law -vio-
lated the 5th and 14th Amend-
ments to the U.S. Constitution.
Afer the decision, prosecutor
James Hayes said, "We'll keep
arresting people if they use co-
caine. This case has no prece-
dent-setting effect."
Joseph Oteri, the defense at-
torney, said the judge's written
opinion would be used by law-
yers to try to get oher cocaine
cases dismissed.

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