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Page Eight

THEMCHIGAN DAILY

Friday, July 26, 1974

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Nixon
(Continued from Page 3)
He received applause when he
said, "We are not going to re-
sort to therdiscredited patent
medicine of wage and price con-
trols. To return to controls now
for temporary relief would only
create new distortions and thus
intensify our long-term diffi-
culties."
THE NIXON administration
had imposed wage and price
controls in an effort to patch
up the economy, but the last of
the controls expired earlier this
year.

:laIs for
Nixon said the nation must
focus on measures to restrain
demand, but in the long run
"we must focus above all on
producing more so that we can
have more goods and services
without higher prices."
"Despite its troubles, the
American economy today is the
envy of the rest of the world,"
Nixon asserted. "We must not
overlook its strengths. We have
more jobs in America today
than ever before, at higher
wages than in any other country
in the world."
In Washington, Arch Booth,

econ restraint House unit

president of the U.S. Chamber
of Commerce, said of Nixon's
speech: "The policies President
Nixon enunciated are admirable
and responsible. We need above
all, as he stated, an anti-infla-
tion lobby. We need a national
will to stop inflation - --
Texas Democrat Wright Pat-
man, who chairs the House
Banking and Currency Commit-
tees, said, "It is good that the
President at long last is speak-
ing out on the economy, but he
still fails to spell out specific
steps. It is laudable to want

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more production, but he does
not explain how this is to be
accomplished."
Patman pledged-his coopera-
tion with any specific program
Nixon might submit to Con-
gress. "But we need to get down
to specifics," he said.
While Nixon was speaking,
about 300 protesters supporting
his impeachment marched out-
side the hotel, chanting "Jail to
the Chief" and "Impeach Nix-
on." Police said the demon-
stration was peaceful. Nixon en-
tered the hotel through an un-
derground garage and didn't see
the marchers.
HOUSTON UPI - Harris
County, surrounding a n d in-
cluding Houston, is the most
populous of the Lone Star
State's counties and the seventh
most-populous in the nation. It
has 1,741,912 residents.
Benefit for
New Community
Theatre
(formerly Mark's Coffeehouse)
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draws, near
finalvote
(Continued from PageS)
Hutchinson is expected to
oppose the proposal of the
panel's No. 2 Republican to
replace the already-introduced
Democratic articles with a sin-
gle impeachment count.
McCLORY told newsmen after
the committee recessed that "it
seems to me that with all of
these persons who committed
these criminal acts in the White
House the President must bear
some of the responsibility."
But McClory refused to say
how he might vote on impeach-
ment motions if his substitute
is defeated.
One of McClory's Republican
colleagues, Rep. Delbert Latta
of Ohio, declared "the evidence
isn't there . . . the case is that
simple."
Earlier, outside the commit-
tee room, Latta said he might
introduce a motion to censure
Niixon as a substitute for 'the
imneachment articles.
Rep. Barbara Jordan (D-Tex.)
said, "I am not going to sit here
and be an idle spectator to the
diminution, the perversion and
the subversion of the Constitu-
tion."
"If the impeachment provi-
sion in the Constitution of the
United States will not reach the
offenses charged here," she
added "then perhaps that 18th
Century Constitution should be
abandoned to a 20th Century
paper shredder."
Rep. Ray Thornton (D-Ark.)
said he would reserve final
judgment until conclusion of the
debate, but declared his "firm
conviction . . . President Rich-
ard M. Nixon has violated his
oath of office by the abuse of
power and obstruction of jus-
tice. "
To fail to impeach Nixon, he
said, "would effectively repeal
the right of this body to act as
a check on the abuses we
see:..

Be carefui with fire.
Remember: there are babes
inthe woodIs.

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And those baby fawns, rabbits,
squirrels and trees need a safe, happy
home. They need a place where they can
grow up strong and healthy.
Like babes everywher&.
So, please, be careful with fire when
you're in the forest.
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Follow all the rules of safety and
caution-just like any other place where
there are children at play.

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