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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wednesd y, Jtnuory 8.,.w1976

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Private eye hunts kidnaped

Ford begins talks with Rabin;
hopes for 'steady progress'

(Continued from Page 1)
Lynch says that kidnapings
are likely to increase both here
and abroad.
"IT'S A VERY profitable
business," he said, "where else
could you get $1 million or $2

have ever been shot, some have
been threatened.
"We get them out of the ge-
ographical area," he said.
"They require 24-hour protec-
tinYC S
LYNCH SAID banking execu-

million, in one case $14 million, tives are particularly vulner-
in a few hours tax free? There's able to kidnapers.
no other occupation that pays
so well - outside the U. b . "It's like Willie Sutton said
Inside the U.S. I wouldn't bet .. he robs banks because
a nickel on a kidnaping being, that's where the money is. It's
successful because of the FBI." the same with the kidnaper, he
Lynch said his men have' takes the banker's family be-
ILyomefcetosacehisth ai cause he knows he's going to
come face to face with organz get his money quickly," said
ed crime and, although none Lynch.
r ynh

es prevention and offers a spe
cial seminar "designed for to
executives who must travel an
those in the banking field."' H
tells an executive to cut dow
on risks by "not announcing t
the world what his itinerary i
and by not going into high
crime areas."
IF AN executive has receiv
ed a kidnaping threat, or i
Ifeaful of an attempt, Lynch
also will provide around-the
I clock protection for a fee o
about $2,500 a week.
"That would include protec
tion of the wife and kids," h
said. "We'd drive the kids t
school and provide a residenc
watch while the familyi
sleeping."
In addition to kidnapin
cases, Lynch's company als
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p zler, he said, "is a corporate
d officer in a position of trust

Alth ough his firm makes a
lot of money from kidnapings,
Lynch said the company stress-
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e who has access to millions of WASHINGTON (R)-Presidenttlevels of U.S. military and eco-' for this year.
n dollars and dips in up to his Ford opened talks yesterday'nomic aid to Israel. "THERE is a finite number
0 elbows." with Israeli Prime Minister
s Yitzhak Rabin by underscoring IN LATE afternoon, Rabin of reso'rces available in any
h- Brazil is a traditional haven the administration's determina- held an unannounced -neeting particulartperiod," said Robert
for embezzlers, Lynch said, tion to have "steady progress" with William Colby, the outgoing Funseth, the spokesman.
since there is no extraditionItoward peace i the Middle director of the Central Intel- Rabin in his luncheon state-
treaty between the Latin-Amer- East. ligence Agency and George ment said: "I believe every-
ts ia countryBand the, Une HWlcoming Rab t B ush, his successor, on thessub- twhere i nthe world you can't
h States. But once there, Lynch House, Ford said Israel must jto sal ees ed. aheepae*btfo h
- said, criminals "are bled white 'show greater determination than It was learned that Rabin at- standpoint of strength." "It is
y ever to help bring realism and tempted to convince Colby and a struggle between totalitarian
by corrupt officials. There are ustice to area. Bush that CIA assessments cocepts and, a democratic way
c- cases of officials confiscating about Israel's strength were of life.
e private airplanes by planting LATER, at a State Depart- pegged on erroneous assump- "
o five pounds of heroin. They say: ment luncheon, Rabin said Is- tions. Rabin reportedly told,
e 'Oh, senor, we must confiscate rael was prepared to make them that insufficient considera- terem concent, democr-cies
is $a"many concessions" for peace toion had been given to increas- iha"e to try thir best to reach
ctraba n pThe guyrcymes provided it is militarily strong. ed arms aid flowing to the Arab' . n*nts and "nderstandines.
g contraband'. The guy comes states from both Western coun- Bht it can't le clone from the
o back with whatever he's got in "I know one thing for sure," tries and Communist g ,wern- dnoint of weakness."
n his suitcase." Rabin said. "With a weak Israel ments. c . .
no one will negotiate and only#The projected cut in aid is
a strong Israel is a help for The State Department defeid- "ie of the orincinal topics on
peace." ed the reduction,, saying the R hin's gdaerd Others include
Rabin's statement followed $1.8 billion planned for fiscal pa"mi"ink nrosnects for new
disclosures that the adminis- 1977 was "more in line withjIsraeli-Arab negotiations as well
tration plans to cut almost $500 what it's been in the past," s nl n14nina stratev for dealing
million in 1977 from current , than the $2.25 billion requested' with the Pal-stinian issue.
De Crow defends rNOWrole
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G LAE VOICE: Man-
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was much influenced by
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trol, logic, and use of
tension and release.

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(Continued from Page I)
tional phase," asserted De-
Crow.
However, s h e conceded,
"There are other women who
think that a women's feminist
culture is one that will be
around for a long time."
"But I still don't want to miss
out on knowing half of the hu-

man race, I want men ana wo-
men to be friends and lovers,"
she said.
De Crow warned against the
resurgence of old sex role ster-
eotypes in a more. "modern
setting."
"BEWARE when you move
in with a man, you may be do-

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respectable double knits."
De Crow also voiced concerns
over the popularity of Marabel
Morgan's "Total Woman" im-
age. "It's humiliating, it tells
women they have to dress up
in net stockings and leather
boots in order to get sex from
their husbands."
"But what's wrong with black
negligees," protested one audi-
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De Crow flipantly answered,
"well everyone knows a woman
is a lot sexier without them."
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spokespersons as saying their
drive toward the main central
town of Huambo, SilvatPorto
to' the east anid Lobito to the
west was spearheaded by at
least. 50 old Te4 Soviet tanks
armed with 75mm cannon.
THE SOVIET n e w s agency
Taas in a dispatch from Luanda
claimed Western-backed troops
were fleein central Angola in
ranic, burning homes, bridges
and water and sewer systems as
they retreated.
An apparent shoot-out in Hu-
ambo between UNITA troops
and renegade soldiers from their
ally, the National Front (FNLA)
who refused to go to the front
was reported by: travelers from
Angola to Lusaka in neighbor-
ing Zambia. They said there
was heavy machine gun and
mortar fire at dawn. Some Lu-
saka analysts said the battle
o"ld signal the end of the un-
easy, six-month alliance be-
tween UNITA and the FNLA.
The two liberation movements
have been fighting, for som~
ti-e with the MPLA for contro
of mineral-rich Angola, which
was granted independence bJ
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