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Tuesday, November 4; 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CHOOSES 'MY GUYS'
Ford praises new personnel

(Continued from Page 1)
FURTHERMORE, Ford said,
he isn't worried about a chal-
lenge from Reagan, who is pois-
ed to announce his rival presi-
dential candidacy in little more
than two weeks.
"I'm not worried about any
competitor - Democrat or Re-
publican," the President said.
". .. I'm happy and I'm op-
timistic about the nominationj
and the election because I aml

convinced the American people no downgrading of Kissinger's
feel that we've been effective in role in the change at the Na-
foreign policy . . . I'm convinc- tional Security Council.
ed we're on the road to a good SCOWCROFT is a Kissinger
economic situation in 1976. So protege, and with Schlesinger's
when you combine peace and departure, the secretary of
prosperity any incumbent presi- state's influence appeared to
dent ought to be very happy." have been enhanced, not dimin-
Ford insisted there were no ished.
basic policy differences behind While he was shunning spec-
the national security changes. ulation about a vice presidential
"I wanted a team I selected," choice next year, Ford did say
he said. He also said there was j that the new jobs given Bushi

and Rumsfeld didn't eliminate
them as prospects. They rank
high on the quickly assembled,
and purely speculative, list of
prospects, as'does Richardson.
Ford said his new official
family will continue on a course
of detente.
He also said efforts to fashion
a new strategic arms limitation
accord with the Soviet Union
will continue "in the national
interest."

ity Council rejects
rent freeze proposal,
By STEPHEN HERSH Code bill now being considered
City Council rejected, 7-4, last in Congress. The file would be
night a proposal to freeze the maintained for the purpose of
city's rents at their present lev- informing the public on the bill.i
els until next April's general The lengthy "S-1" bill would,
- election. according to the resolution auth-
The proposal, presented by orize the president of the Unit-
< Councilwoman Kathy Kozachen- ed States to wiretap without re-;
I ko (HRP-Second Ward), would strictions, and provide immun-
have punished with a fine of ity to federal officials who have
$100 or 30 days in jail the col- committeed illegal acts which
lection of rents by landlords at they believed were required or,
levels higher than those of last authorized._
September.
"IT IS no surprise," Koza- CorreCtion
chenko told the council meeting, In last week's Sunday maga-
"that we have a serious rental zine, we incorrectly identified
problem in Ann Arbor. This the gymnast pictured on pagej
resolution is an attempt at some three with Jeff Liebster's story
form of compromise that will on "Big names of little-known
roblems tha tenants have wth sports." The athlete in the pho-
g robletsatnto was actually Joe Neuens-!
high rents." ; wander not Pierre LeClerc.
She added, "Not only is this
1a minimal proposal - it's a Also, on Saturday's Art Page
freeze of rents where they are we reported that the production
already - but it also provides of "The Looking Glass" was
for the freeze to go on the Ap- presented at the Campus Inn.
ril ballot. In fact, the dinner - theatre mu-
sical took place at the Ann Ar-
The measure was suppportedbr n
by Councilwomen Carol JonesInn.
(D-Second Ward), Liz Keogh (D THE MICHIGAN DAILY j
First Ward), and Colleen Mc-HG
Gee (D-First Ward). Volume LXXXVI, No. 53

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Rockefeller declines to run on GOP
t icket as veep, in surprise statement

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(Continued from Page 1) further that I do not wish my tor in New Hampshire, site of nee for the CIA directorship,
was silent to repeated inquiries name to enter into your consid- the first presidential primary, and Donald Rumsfeld, his nomi-
throughout the day on whether eration for the upcoming Re- said Rockefeller's absence will nee for Secretary of Defense.
Rockefeller has presidential publican vice presidential nom- make his job easier. President Ford's position with
ambitions. One aide said he inee. I wish you to know this "There are a number of con- the Republican right may be
knew of no such plans. now for your own planning. I servatives who just don't like improved as a result of Rocke-
shall, of course, continue to Mr. Rockefeller," John Michels feller's bowing out, but there
CLOSE ASSOCIATES of Roc- serve as vice president to dis- said in Concord. "I don't have was evidence that the party's
kefeller said the letter to Ford charge my constitutional obli- to deal with that now." pwe s
was drafted yesterday morning gations and to assist in every progressive wing would be dis-
shortly before it was delivered. way I can in carrying on to R 0 C K E F E L L E R and pleased.
Friends said they knew of no cope with the problems that Ford also had been drifting SENATOR HUGH Scott of
reason for the action. confront the nation until the in- Fr lohd enditn apart over the financial crisis SEAO HUH cotf
"Regarding next year and my stallation once again of a Pres- n New or C ithRocke- Pennsylvania, the Party's Sen-
own situation," Rockefeller said ident and Vice president duly feller, former four-term gover- ate leader and a supporter of
in his letter, "I have made elected by the people of this nor of New York, calling for Rockefeller, said Republicans
clear to you and to the public great republic. federal relief and Ford saying could win only with a balanced
that I was not a candidate for he would veto a bail-out.
the vice presidency, that no GOP conservatives had been Also, Rockefeller's age, 67, tc
one realistically can be such, urging Ford to dump Rockefel- has been used an an argument Sen. Charles Mathias of Mary-
and that the choice of a vice ler as too liberal, while other by those urging a younger man land, another liberal Republi-
presidential running mate is, Ford supporters, cognizant of for the 1976 ticket, such as the can, las week expressed irrita-
and must be up to the presi- the rumblings on the right, had three names which emerged as tion with Ford for having al-
dential candidate to recommend suggested Rockefeller was a possible replacements, Sen. w
to a national party convention. liability to the ticket. Howard Baker, (R-Tenn.) of legedly given in too much to the
"After much thought the let- After the announcement yes- Watergate Committee fame, party's conservative wing. He

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COUNCILMAN Ron-
ald Trowbridge (R-Fourth
Ward) argued, "'It makes no
more sense to freeze rent than
to freeze the wages of those
who rent.
"Perhaps rents are high," he
added, "but you have to con-
sider that it's expensive to live
in Ann Arbor."
In other action, council passed

ter continued, "I have decided terday, Ford's campaign direc-

George Bush, Ford's new nomi-

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WASHINGTON (P) - The ! damage to our country." panel's investigation into po-
Senate Intelligence Committee With vice chairman John litical assassination "will result
voted yesterday to release its T o w e r, (R - Tex.), abstain- in serious harm to the national
report on alleged CIA involve- ing, the committee voted to sub- interest and may endanger mdi-
ment in political assassination mit the report to the Senate viduals.
despite President Ford's 11th- sometime before Thanksgiving. "Public release of these of-
hour request that it be suppres- Church and Tower said that ficial materials and information
sed. while the Senate would have the will do grevious damage to our
"The President's appeal to right to keep the report secret country," Ford said. "It would
suppress the report was reject- they consider such an action ex- likely be exploited by foreign
ed by the committee," said the tremely unlikely. nations and groups hostile to
panel's chairman, Sen. Frank the United States in a manner
Church, (D-Idaho). C H U R C H released a letter designed to do maximum dam-
FORD HAD told the commit-!1 in which the President told age to the reputation and for-
tee that public release of the committee members he believes eign policy of the United
materials would do "grevious that public disclosure of the States.",

hinted that he might enter the a reIMULILJti W Ualso auUasty
in a Kozachenko which provides for'
primary elections himself in a the creation of a file in City
bid to stop the swing to the Hall containing information on
right. I the "S-1" Federal Criminal
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(Continued fromPae)
Kohl said he will continue a
legal battle to overturn the con-
viction or win a new trial. The
first step, he said, will come in
two weeks or so when he files
renewed motions to overturn the
conviction.
Swainson "was shocked and
relieved at the verdict," Kohl
said. "Relieved that he was
vindicated on the Bribery (con-.
spiracy) allegations, but shock-
ed that he was convicted on
counts that had nothing to do
with those allegations."
SWAINSON FACES a possible
maximum sentence of 15 years
in prison and $6,000 fine.
The perjury charges against
Swainson dealt with three de-
nials to a federal grand jury
earlier this year concerning two
telephone calls with co-defendant

Harvey Wish, a former Detroit
bail bondsman, and delivery of a
color television set to him by
Wish.

The convicted burglar, John
Whalen, said he arranged a
$30,000 bribe to the justice, to
"fix" a case involving his 1970

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adtesday v
and Wednesday
and thursday
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Kohl said the telephone calls conviction.
and the TV set were not related Esaionctlywschre
with the bribery charg ae Swainson actually was charged
against Swainson, Wish and a with accepting $20,400 from
third man-who is scheduled Wish, described by the govern-
to go on trial later-by a con- ment as a middleman in the
victed burglar. alleged transaction.
". . . To Esta blish Justice . . ."..
PETITIONS ACCEPTED NOW
FOR 5 VACANCIES ON
CENTRAL
SSTUDENT JUDICIARY
(ALL CAMPUS SUPREME COURT)
PETITIONING CLOSES NOV. 6, 1975
Men, Women, & All Minorities of All
Colleges Are Encouraged To Apply.
Stop by SGC Offices, 3rd Floor Mich-
igan Union to pick up a petition and
sign up for an interview.
NOVEMBER 7--9, 1975
"SOUTHEAST ASIA:
HOPE & DESPAIR"
A Series of Discussions witht
LEON HOWELL,
AMERICAN JOURNALIST

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" American Involvement after Vietnam
* Multinational Corporations
" Political & Economic Struggles
" Cultural & Religious Trends

NOVEMBER 7

Leon Howell has lived and worked in Sri Lanka, Thailand and
Singapore and has traveled extensively throughout South and
Southeast Asia, He isvcurrently a free-lance writer based in
Washington where he continues to write about and analyze
Southeast Asian affairs.
6:30 P.M.-"AMERICAN P R E S E N C E IN
SOUTHEAST ASIA"
Potluck supper and discussion at The Ecumenical
Center (921 Church Street)

12:00 NOON-"MULTINATIONAL CORPO-
RATIONS-SOUTHEAST ASIA"
Brown Baa Lunch-Wesley Foundation

FRANK ZAPPA-Nov. 18 JIMMY CLIFF-Nov. 7
CARMINA BURANA-Nov. 14, 15, 16
NATIONAL LAMPOON SHOW-Nov. 20 LA BOHEME-Nov. 20-21

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