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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 7, 1974

Pae.enTH.M.H.A..I..FidyJue.,.97

Writer hit with pie

HRP votes Candidates debate

(Conuiiietd from PanI 3
and really rubbed it in. She has
good form,' he commented.
AS FOR CHEAP, she was
satisfied with the settlement.
"This article caused me a
great deal of ridicule and em-
barassment," s h e explained.
"This is just another example
of irresponsible journalism. How
many times have you seen an
article in the paper that has
infuriated von?"
Washington Daily police re-
porter Mike Mowrer suggested
that the case mav serve as a
precedent for future out-of-
court settlements. "People will
take out their aggravations in
other ways, so that money won'"
be the only award," Mowrer
explained.
CHEAP'S LAWYER McGarry
agreed. "I've had cilents who
have gotten more money out of
a settle-ment but not mors satis-
faction," he said.
Snell climed that the selec-
tion of the debate photo of
Cheap was not malicious. "Ac-

tually, we picked the picture
because of the debate coach
standing with her (Cheap) and
another woman. We knew that
if we ran a cut-and-dried Fem-
inist Focus section, many people
would skip right past. So, we
tried to be a little absurd," he
explained.
"But there could be some
connection between the photo
and the article and we didn't
want to run the risk of lusing,
so I was told what I had to do.
"MY FEELING is that if she
feels better, that's cool," Snell
added.
Snell also contended tha: he
wore the "Dialy Libel" shirt in
order to get the last laugh. I
was going to use Fuck Libel,'
but I figure that wouldn't go
over well on television," he re-
marked.
Though he couldn't be reached
at press time, Daily Sports Edi-
tor Marc Feldman, who has re-
placed Dan Borus as Daily Libel
coach, was reportedly irked at
the unauthorized use of the term
Daily Libels."

to endorse
After nearly two hours of
heated debate, the Human
Rights Party last night voted
26-17 to support the 1.7 mill city
tax levy to appear June 10 bal-
lot. The party reversed its pre-
vious position in light of an
agreement reached between
HRP Councilwoman K a t h y
Kozachenko and Mayor James
Stephenson that calls for a
transfer of funds from city ve-
hicles to social service pro-
grams.
In order to gain HRP support
for the millage, Stephenson sug-
gested to council Monday night
that approximately $20,000 slat-
ed for city vehicles be funneled
into the anti-rape program and
services for youth and the aged
if voters approve the one-time
tax levy.
THE AREA that will be hard-
est hit if the millage is defeated
is social services.
In the event the tax levy is
defeated, City Administrator
Sylvester Murray has recom-
mended cutting the Community
Outreach program by $95,000
laying off 30 full-time employes,
freezing city employe salaries,
and reducing the number of city
vehicles.
"We reversed our decision
based on the realities of what
will be cut if the millage
doesn't pass," said Kozachenko.

(Continued from Page 3)
back amnesty, but for deserters
only on a case by case b isi.
"Ron feels we should have
amnesty for draft resistors.
Where he differs is on deserters.
Many deserted for reasia of
conscience, and should be clear-
ed." Others, he said, had left
the army for reasons ache: thar
political ones, and sh-3uld be
judged accordingly.
Theo Williams, a latettimer to
the campaign whose primary
concern is the protection of
privacy, also felt the dis inctivn
between deserters and evaders
was important.
"THERE ARE draft evaders
and there are deserters, ' Wil-
liams said. "We have to make
a distinction."
On his favorite issue of the
right to p r i v a c y, Will ams
strongly condemned the creation
of police states abroad, claim-
ing such projects take resources
away from domestic orobems.
Quoting from a letter he re-
ceived from a senator in P59,
Williams said, "We've got to
clean up our own back yards
first." -
TIlE CANDIDATES agreed
that it was necessary to con-
trol the growth of lare multi-
national corporations like ITT,
which has recently come under
much criticism for interferring
in domestic affairs in Chile.
"We have to make a clear dis-
tinction between defense and al-
lowing companies to wheel and
deal. If they know that we won't
be there to pick up the pieces,
they would behave differently,"
Pierre said.
Reuther said that there was a
legitimate need for the niulti-

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national corporations but said
they must be forced to deal in
an above board fashion with
governments overseas.
"WHAT I'M opposed to is go-
ing outside the legitimate means
of grievance, using the CIA"
he said. When corporations do
step out of line, Reuther said,
"the U.S. government shouldn't
be a buffer between our corpor-
ations and the government."
Lansing called on idealism as
the solution and said, "I'd really
like to see this problem go to
the U.N."
Jury indicts
Patty Hearst
for robbery
(Continued from Page 3)
Hearst are the only persons it
seeks in connection with the
terrorist SLA, which first came
to public attention when it
claimed credit for the Nov. 6
assassination of Oakland Schools
Supt. Marcus Foster.
ITS NEXT claimed act was
the kidnaping of Hearst, which
became the country's first major
political abduction.
The photographs of the bank
robbery showed Iearst standing
in about the middle of the bank
Two other armed persons who
were identified as SLA mem-
bers appeared to be pointing
weapons in her direction.
U.S. uncommitted
on aid to Syria
(CContiued from Page -) ,
long and the appropriate forun
now is Geneva, he said.
However, Kissinger a d d e d,
"this does not exclude that at
some critical point I may not
be prepared to help out."
Quizzed about the White House
plumbers group formed to in-
vestigate leaks, he stood on his
testimony to Congress that he
had no prior knowledge of their
operations.
Looking ahead to Nixon's Mid-
dle East trip beginning Monday,
Kissinger said it symbolized that
U.S. relations with the Arab
states are on a "new basis"
and gives the President an op-
portunity to accelerate the-pro-
cess in conversations with heads
of state.
Kissinger said he had made
no commitment to Egypt or
Israel a b o u t further Israeli
withdrawals but stressed that
the United S t a t e s supports
United Nations resolutions call-
ing on Israel to pull back from
occupied Arab territories.
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