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Sunday, SL pt,6-mber 7, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page

Five

Sunday, September 7, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Secret Service plans no'
changes in Ford security
WASHINGTON (P)-A Secret of "Mr. President, come over: from one community to an-
Service official said yesterday here." other."
no dramatic changes are plan- HE WAS doing just that on a WHEN FORD is in publiche
ned in presidentialrsecurity ar- Sacramento streetwheneFrom- Wred Fr ise sihandsa b ith
rangements as a result of the me, standing just three feet egcroy shakpopehndsatwith
assassination attempt on Presi- away, pointed a pistol at his cowd s oe lnd adi-
~entFor inSacrmeno ~ports, near his hotel, and audi-;
ent Ford in Sacramento on chest... toriums and elsewhere. Secret
Friday. This is in contrast to nis pre-gd
But spokesman Jack Warner decessor, Richard Nixon, who vice agent prod an
said it is the service's desire made the Secret Service job but Ford has a habit of making
that Ford not mingle in large easier by not mingling too *cften sudden moves toward groups of
crowds, which has been his ha- with crowds. people, which sometimes throws
bit both in Washington and in "It has been a long-term Sec- his protectors off stride.
out-of-town trips. ret Service desire that those we
FORD, meanwhile, seemed protect do not expose them- There was a noticeable tight-j
unshaken by his near-brush selves to crowd or a large seg- ening of security in Sacramento
with death and carried on busi- ment of the population," War- after the incident Friday. When
ness -as usual yesterday. He met ner said. he left his hotel for the airport,
with Democratic senators on ASKED IF the Secret Service two large press buses were
energy, arranged a golf game would suggest that Ford cut parked across the street, par-
and an appearance at a party down on this crowd-pleasing tially blocking the view of a
for two military staff members activity, Warner said that is crowd of about 300.
Who are being promoted in an answer the White House
rank. would have to provide. At the airport, the presiden-
"We are reviewing the Sacra-i A White House spokesman tial limousine drove right up to
mento matter," Warner said. said Ford apparently will make Air Force One ramp, and the
"But we are always reviewing no fundamental changes and President climbed aboard im-
our protection procedures for that the President had provided mediately, although he might
the President." his own answer on Friday when have been itching to shake
He said he felt presidential he stated: "I'm going to con- hands with some of the several
protection was adequate in tinue to have that personal con- dh
Sacramento, where an agent tact with the American psaple. thousand people assembled to
thwarted an attempt by Lynette In my judgment it's vital for bid him farewell.
Alice Fromme, 26, to shoot the an American president to see ~~-~-
President with a .45-caliberI the American people and I in- ******* *"
pistol. tend to carry it on. F'.There IS a "
WARNER declined to discuss . . a
numbers of Secret Service per- "This icident under no cir
sonnel assigned to the Presi- cumstances will prevent me or "
dent at any given time but add- preclude me from contacting0 PREPARE FOR: "
ed: "We are not anticipating the American people as I travel Over 35 years *
any damatic changes in our! from one state to another and! n d suce
methods of providing security."
There was no beef-up in se- " AT Smalclasses
curity for the President as he DAY CA R E: home
traveled by car yesterday fromV CORNTREE C -OP % "studylmateras
the White House to Burning " CORNTREE CO-OP R st"Ket
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SANDRA GOOD, LYNETTE FROMME'S roommate stands outside her apartment in Sacra-
mento yesterday talking with reporters. Good said that Charles Manson did not order any of
his followers to assassinate President Ford.

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Fromme

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denies

Manson ordered murder

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (P) - death.
Charles Manson did not order l HER COMMENTS on assas-
Lynette Fromme to try to kill sinations were similar to warn-
P r e s i d e n t Ford, Fromme's ings she and other Manson fol-
roommate and fellow Manson lowers have given for years.
disciple said yesterday. Good called Fromme "a very
"Squeaky acted totally of her giving person" and added: "I
own volition," Sandra Good told miss her. I miss her a lot."
reporters. "But if that's what she wanted
"MANSON DIDN'T order her to do, I'm with her a lot. A
to do this. Squeaky is acting on whole lot of kids wanted it done.
the will of many people. I think They wanted Nixon done."
she would have rather done it Good said she had not known
to someone killing the air, to of any plans to try to shoot
some executive of big com- Ford. She said Fromme has
panies," she said. some experience with guns but
"The President happened to none with the type of gun she
be right out here available and; wielded at Ford.
lying and lying and lying. You T lE REASON for Fromme's
can only take so much lying. action, she indicated, was anger
"The people who are pollut- ; over air pollution and over the
ing the environment, who are imprisonment of their leader,
killing the air and the water and Manson.
wildlife, the trees; if they don't "You better let Manson talk,"
stop, they're gonna die," said Good angrily told reporters.
Good. "Let him up or you're going
FROMME, known as "Squea- to die.
kv" in the Manson clan, was "He should be able to have a
grabbed by officers Friday as new trial and the whole family
she pointed a loaded .45 caliber should be together to put on a
pistol at Ford, who was greet- new defense."
ing a crowd near the state Cap- "SMILE AND smirk," she told
itol. one male reporter, "but when
Meanwhile, U.S. Atty. Duayne the blood starts running out of
Keyes said at a news conference your face you'll pray for Jesus
that investigators found "no and you'll realize you killed
evidence at this timeaindicating him."
a conspiracy" in the alleged as-
sassination attempt.
Keyes said Fromme carried
the pistol in a leg holster be-
neath her long, flowing dress be-
fore she was seized by Secret B
Service agents. uford SSo
HE ADDED that a partially
filled box of ammunition for a
.45 caliber weapon was confis-
cated from Fromme's apart-
ment. Keyes also said letters p
and materials confiscated from
the apartment included un-
mailed letters to companies
complaining about their ecologi-
cal policies, and he described
the complaints "as not friendly
in nature."
"At this stage of the investi-
gation," Keyes said, "we have j
no evidence of any other person
having knowledge" of Fromme's Showtimes: Mon.-Sat
intentions. Sun. 5, 7, 9
In Washington, Secret Serv
ice spokesman Jack Warner
said yesterday that no dramat-
ic changes are planned in pres- L
identi al security arrangements
as a result of Friday's incident
in Sacramento.
WARNER, however, said the
Sacramento matter was being
reviewed. FUTURE ROCK P
He added that "we are always
reviewing our protection proce-
dures for the President."
Ford, meanv bile, seemed un-
shaken by his near-brush with
death and carried on business WITH SPEC
as usual yesterday, meeting
with Democratic Senators on
energy and arranging a golf JEFF H
game.
IN A RAMBLING conversa-
tion from her front porch, Good Friday, e
officials of companies she said
were pliuting the air or the BOWEN FI

The Manson family frequently
referred to Manson as a Christ-
like, figure.
Manson, now serving a life
sentence in San Quentin, was
convicted in 1971 for the 1969
slayings of actress Sharon Tate
and six others.

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GOOD SAID FBI agents came;
and "ransacked" her apartment.
Friday night and carried away
carloads of material including
all of Manson's prison letters toc
the women.
Officers said they questioned
Good and another woman who
lived at the apartment, but re-!
leased them without making a;
formal arrest.
Goode said it was the first
time she had been questioned by,
authorities since she came to
Sacramento 2'/% years ago.
She held onto one copy of a
statement she and Fromme had
sent to various acquaintances
two weeks ago - a statement!
from Manson threatening the
future of the city of Los Angeles.

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