THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, April, 1 61974
THANKS to all our ADVERTISERS
Throughout the term.
McCarthy hits Dems,
(but don't forget we publish
(Continued from Page 1) excessive and that "we are now! platform while nearly every we have 20 million poor" isa
discriminated against. In par- prepared to win World War II one of the Democrats ideas was disgrace. "It appears that we
ticular, he blasted the law es- in six weeks or less." incorporated in the platform of have had an institutionalization
tablishing the Federal Election I McCARTHY said he was '1948." of poverty in this country."
Commission that limited expen- puzzled by the emphasis that "oThe former senator said that
ditures of candidates and pro- other Presidential candidates now sats r or e both parties are particularly
vided financial assistance to have placed on defense spend- tiesy that a six or sev- ill - disposed towards consider-
some hopefuls. i~ I o odHny(ak en per cent unemployment' rate
siehpeus in . If you told Henry (Jack- ; ecneptaes ing new, constructive ideas.
son)tha wewereoutof oi-is now acceptable. No proposal zn e, osrutvries
THE FORMER senator, who son darts and blowguns and on unemployment that I've seen I m rticr apone
successfully challenged the' law that he would say 'We better goes far enough towards solv-pwi e" ocrats, s d, e
in the Suprem.e Court, contended build up. You never know where ing the root problem," he ex- f ou n t i asdy
that the act "violated the can- the enemy will come from.'" plained. ficult to survive in the party
didates' right to privacy and set He also contended that the McCarthy advocates that the even with those who were right
a limit on the right of people to other major candidates are not work week be shortened and about the war in '68 . . so I've
organize. The (American) Revo- addressing the important do- that an income support pro- decided that it would be much
lution was not financed with mestic issues. Ford is offering gram for the poor should be better to combat the (prob-
matching funds," he quipped. us roughly the 1932 (GOP) implemented. "The fact that lems) from outside" the party.
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McCarthy also criticized a bill,
supported by Governor Milliken,E
that would restrict the number
of political parties on the state
ballot to nine. "Such a move
would be anretreat fromareason.
I've no objection to establishing
reasonable standards for candi-
dates,"' but he criticized the
limit'to thetnumber of hopefuls
"You can't single out one
party as responsible" for the un-
fair policies and bad politics of
the recent administrations, Mc-
Carthy explained. He charged
that both parties have been re-
sponsible for such 'dangerous de-
velopments as the "general
militarization of America." He
said that the defense budget was,
MORGANTON, N.C. (JtM - A
woman who allegedly made an
accurate prediction of a death
here has been charged with
violating North Carolina's anti-
The misdemeanor charge was
lodged against Joann Denton,
who was accused in a warrant
obtained by the dead woman's
daughter with engaging in "the
practice of fortune telling and
the craft of raising people from
THE 1951 local-option law ap-
plies to 63 of the state's 100'
Denton's lawyer said she
would remain silent on the case
for now but "she'll have all
kinds of statements to make
Woman charged with witchcraft
Monday-Friday 9 to 9
Saturday 9 to 6
SUNDAY 12 to 5
The charge against Denton
stems fronm the April 10 death of
Dorothy Ramsey, 38, of Morgan-
ton. An autopsy performed Wed-
nesday said Ramsey died of a
high level of drugs and alcohol
later on." in her blood
She is to appear in court on
April 27 to answer the charge,! POLICE said they uncovered
which carries a maximum sen- no evidence of foul play but
tence of six months in jail and said they found suicide notes in
a $500 fine. her home and a number of pills
Denton lives in a house adorn- in her kitchen.
ed with a sign that says "GreyI The death, prediction allegedly
Shadows." The house is opened came during a seance at Den-
to the public on Halloween night. ton's home on March 20.
'U'/a won't n egotiate
over bias charge
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IN THE NATION THIS WEEK
FRANK CHURCH'S CANDIDACY
George Lardenery of the Washington Post wirtes:
Senator Frank Church likes to quote the cartoon character
Senator Snort who entered the presidential race very late.
Senator Snort happily observed that by entering the race late,
he had saved taxpayers a fortune in secret service salaries.
"Senator Church thinks he has more to offer than Senator
Snort, but there are those, even among his friends, who wonder
whether any beyond an embarrassingly- small number will
bother to find out.
"But Senator Church does not have to sit still He can run for
the presidency, fall flat on his face, and come 1979, still be
made Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee."
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legedly made rude comments
is still legitimate and that the about her. In her grievance,
union will now work to get to she specifically names Assist-
the next step, arbitration. ant Manager Thomas LaCosse
and Manager Donald Thiel, as
THE CASE first arose in De- well as McDougal, as having
cember of last year, when Har- '"racist attitudes."
vell, a 31-year-old C-3 clerical,
had been a receptionist in the NONE OF the three would
Staff Benefits, Office for over comment on the case last night.
a year and a half. On Decem-
ber 8, she was transferred out One of Harvell's major com-
of the supervision of former plaints is that she was alleged-
Health Insurance supervisor ly phased out of all her duties
James Leed to that of Princi- as a telephone receptionist and
pal Secretary Janet McDougal all her work with health insur-
- who, she says, "exhibited ance forms,, leaving only filing
rude and racist behavior" Ito- work.
ward her from the onset. "The idea Was, to make me
"She said racial comments bored so that I would quit," she
to other people in the office," said, claiming that her work-
Harvell claimed, adding, "Once load was also increased.
she asked me why didn't I go
back to Alabama where my According to Harvell, since
people were." January 16 she has been en-
She also listed several other titled a "file clerk", and has
incidents in which various been ordered to file as many
members of the Department al- as 600 items in one day.
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