Thursday, September 25, 1975
THE MiCHIUAN DAILY
but takes preci
WASHINGTON (') - A White
H o u s e spokesman declar-
ed anew yesterday that there
will be no letup in President
Ford's travel plans despite the
chief executives statement that
"I'm anxious to be as careful
as I can."
Press Secretary Ron Nessen
indicated, however, that the
President is otherwise taking
greater safety precautions. He
cited as evidence the fact that
Ford had not plunged into the
sidewalk crowd from which a
shot was fired at him Monday.
Nessen's remarks followed
Senate Republican Leader Hugh
Scott's prediction - after a
meeting with Ford - that the
President would indeed be trim-
ming his travel.
SCOTT, of Pennsylvania, and
other GOP congressional lead-
ers visited Ford at the White
House to discuss his safety in
s travel THOMAS MERTON
THE CATHOLIC WORKER
utions Prof. James Flanagan
thiaeofteto rnt t will be the catalyst for a
CLARIFICATION OF THOUGHT NIGHT
the wake of the two recent at- o
tempts on the President's lifeTO
by women with guns. THOMAS MERTON
Scott said he though there FRIDAY, SEPT. 26-8:00 P.M.
would be "some hiatus" in
Ford's travels "before too at
long." When pressed for the
.source of that belief Scott re-
ferred vaguely to items he had
read in newspapers. 1
QUESTIONED about Scott's )
remarks, Nessen said "truly
there's been no change in the
President's travel plans as the
result of the two incidents" in
California. Ford now is sched- 1', RCepi0 o a i et foundation
uled to go to Chicago Sept. 30 , .218 R" d i-taO
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several side trips associated
f-with those two journeys are w_ __ __ _
BEIRUT, Lebanon (Reuter) forces, which have so far been
- Lebanese Premier Rashid unable to stop four major
Karami yesterday announced a rounds of violence this year,
new ceasefire and a national would take control of all areas.
Did Picasso ever have this problem?
Holly, a two-year-old orangutan at the Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville, Texas, searches
for inspiration as she creates her latest master piece. Three of Holly's abstract canvasses
along with those of other resident primate artists will be auctioned off in a fund-raising pro-
ject for the zoo.
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has left at lea
night of gunb
ceasefire in t
rami said the
ment to with
from the stre
its suburbs b
committee of THE PREMIER later announ-
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ti violence which which will tackle the political
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ere was an agree- THE THREE previous cease-
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