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I " Tuesday, August 21, 1973

THE SUMMER DAILY

Page Five

I

Tuesday, August 21, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Five

Nixon slams foes on war policy
(Continued from Page 1) of the press who enthusiastically supported the admin- Nixon and his wife walked directly to the crowd and
to the strikes." In fact, he said, "while the strikes were istration which got us into Vietnam 10 years ago . . , shook a few hands as Secret Service agents held back
in progress, Prince Sihanouk invited me to make a state now are criticizing what I did to get us out," he said, VFW flags which were flapping in their faces.
visit to the Cambodian capital." adding later: THERE WAS NO violence during the President's visit.
That invitation, Nixon said, "was a pretty good intima- "We could have bugged out of Vietnam. But if we had After Nixon left the city for San Clemente, Calif., New
tion of how he felt." bugged out . . . we wouldn't be worth talking to any- Orleans police said the only information they had about
THE BOMBING STRIKES were disclosed to "govern- where in the world." a conspiracy was what they had been told by officials
ment leaders and Congresisonal leaders" but were not ThconssiratyadaMr.hat thewreadrbeenrtmltebynWfshcgtls
made public because to do so would have forced the The President and Mrs. Nixon were driven from the in Washington.
Cambodian government to protest. Such a protest, Nixon New Orleans International Airport by a back route and Giarrusso said there were no arrest wararnts for anyone
said, would have meant that American soldiers "would did not go through the five blocks where his car was to other than Gaudet, who is reported to be armed and
have paid for the disclosure with their lives." have slowed and a crowd had gathered to greet the dangerous.
He drew loud applause from the audience when he motorcade. They declined to say whether an organization was in-
declared "if American soldiers in the field today were INCREASED SECURITY was obvious. Eight motor- volved, how many people might be involved, who they
similarly threatened . . I would make the same cycle policemen preceded the presidential limousine and might be or where they might live.
decision today that I made in February 1969." a Coast Guard helicopter criss-crossed overhead. Secret GIARRUSSO MADE it clear, however, that two investi-
Nixon was vigorous in his defense of his Vietnam poli- Servicemen abounded. gations were proceeding along two distinct paths-one
cies and in his attack on his critics. When the President arrived at the Rivergate, a crowd involving the search for Gaudet and the other the alleged
"SOME OF THE politicians and some of the members stood near a VFW band blaring out "Old Man River." plot.
~Alcohol ban at jazz
fest brews trouble
(Continued from Page3) the issue.
was "likely not to hurt and might Andrews said that selling alcot
* help" control the alcohol situa- hol within the gates would have
tion at the festival. "helped control" the situation
EXPLAINING t h e apparent and kept profits "within the com-
switch in Drug Help's position, munity" instead of falling into
Lampe said yesterday that con- the hands of beer and wine outlet
sent to the sales had always been merchants.
"predicated" on the ability of Thirty per cent of the profits
gate security to stop alcohol from the festival is slated for
from being brought into the fes- the University's Project Com-
tival from outside. munity, the People's Ballroom,
"Gary had been talking to se- and the Community Parks free
r9 lcurity people," Lampe said, "who summer concert series. The rest
told him there's no way we're will go to Rainbow Multi-Media.
{ going to control the brown-bag-
Andrews yesterday angrily dis- HAIRSTYLING
puted the contention that gate As You Like It!
security would have been inade- NEW TRENDS FOR 1973
quate, however. TRIMS-SHAGS
HE DESCRIBED extensive AND RAZOR CUTS
plans which he said were being -----2 SHOPS
Ready to battle the blaze made to keep alcohol from being 611 E. UNIVERSITY
brought into the festival and con- 615 E. LIBERTY
Some of the three hundred firefighters working near La Grande, Ore., assemble on a back road near a demned Drug Help and the city Dscolo Barbers
huge forest fire. The blaze is one of several major fires now endangering timberland in the Northwest. for their "complete reversal" on _ s______ r__r_
GOP, Dems revise
FALL '73
tenant rights booklet L '
(Continued from Page 3) JERRY DeGRIECK (HIRP-FirstUfE ei v0
negotiations with representatives Ward) also proposed a series of
for the other parties and land- changes to the text. The thrust South University at Forest Ave.
lord interests. t of the amendments was that
The talks resulted in the edi- many landlords will use what-
tion approved last night, which ever means available to exploit
differs only slightly from the tenants.
basic text approved last April. The HRP changes were also
Dropped were all refereices to defeated. "We cannot support thewor or
the local Tenant's Union and add- compromise booklet because it wa to everything n o parking expenses necessary
ed was a list of "tenant obliga- weakens the original; although it
tions"-mostly items of common is better than the Republicans'
courtesy rather than legal duties, proposal," DeGrieck said.
Jones, however, m o v e d an Lax had condemned the Repub-.k
amendment reinstating refer- lican version as "far less help-2bc f t i
ences to the Tenant's Union, but ful than the original." He point-
the motion fell 5-3. Jones then ed out that the GOP edition 8 monthIU ease
stated she felt "coerced" into urged tenants to negotiate withA d
voting for the compromise text landlords before seeking legal ad-A o
because "if this is defeated, the vice, whereas the original and
Republicans will bring back their the approved editions recommend
version." getting legal help first. 0Fu

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