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Page Seven

1 R. Island votes today Investigations demanded

(Continued from Page3)
ba iot only.
That way, the state's popular
top politicians would not lose
their chance to go to Miami,
since it is almost certain they
could rally massive voter sup-
port if they were expected to
support McGovern for at least
one ballot.
But the issue remains unclear
on election day.
On the Republican ticket,
President Nixon is expected to
rack up an easy victory, with
only token opposition from Reps.
Paul McCloskey of California
and John Ashbrook of Ohio.
Voter issues in this tiny sea-
side state seem little different
from elsewhere. On the Repub-
lican side the people apparently
want tax reform, cutbacks in
welfare rolls, economic stability
and an end to the war.
The Democrats are not united,
but are generally concerned with
the war and taxes, urban decay,
better transportation and in-
creased housing opportunities.
The small but vocal Wallace
camp seems like other Wallace
groups. Wallace's followers want
to stop the "busing of little
school children;" they want
their taxes lowered and foreign
aid to go only to friendly na-
tions.
The campaigns here have been
quiet but efficient. McGovern
headquarters bustled on Satur-
day with youthful supporters
who canvassed downtown shop-

ping areas in the rain.
Humphrey headquarters has
depended on coffee hours, fund-
raising dinners and television
ads. The Humphrey workers
have been both older and
younger than the McGovern
workers - middle-aged couples
brought their children to go
through voter lists and jot down
telephone numbers.
An election eve television blitz
for Wallace may swing him some
increased support but neither of
the other major candidates
would make any definite predic-
tions for today's vote.
A poll taken several weeks ago
by the Providence Journal-
Bulletin placed McGovern ahead
with 27 per cent to Muskie's 19
and Humphrey's 12 per cent.

into city rent increases

By PAUL TRAVIS
A full federal investigation into
alleged rent freeze violations
was demanded by the Ann Arbor
Tenants Union at a'City Council
open hearing last night.
Charging that the Internal Rev-
enue Service had failed to en-
force the freeze guidelines, the
Tenants Union demanded that
City Council ask that a federal
investigating team come to Ann
Arbor to work with the council,
to compel landlords to open all
their financial records, and to
ask the U.S. attorney to prose-
cute all violators.
Councilwoman Nancy Wechs-

ler, member of the Human
Rights Party which supports the
proposal, said, "It's pretty clear
that every major landlord has
violated the freeze. What we
have to do is get the money back
to the tenants. If we have to go
to court to do that we will."
According to Rusty Lavelle of
the Tenants Union 50 to 60 al-
leged rent freeze violations have
been submitted to the IRS and
"not a single tenant has re-
ceived a response."
The IRS has ruled that at least
one management company was
in violation of the Economic
Stabilization Act.

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Oregon contest precedes California
(Continued from Page 3) cent of the vote. Humphrey was Oregon offers what has be-
Humphrey in effect conceded rated second. come the standard Republicat
Oregon ta McGovern, bypassing The Oregon polls open at 11 presidential primary contest
the state campaign. a.m., close at 11 p.m. EDT. Jack President Nixon is challenged by
Tn a speech prepared for a Thompson, supervisor of elec- two congressmen who didn'
labor meeting in Sacramento, tions, forecast a turnout of campaign, Reps. John Ashbrool
Humphrey said he would as about 72 per cent of registered of Ohio and Paul McCloskey Jr
president see to it that all voters, which would mean some of California. Nixon, who i
Californians have job oppor- 833,000 ballots. visiting Moscow, is the certait
tunities. He has repeatedly Former Sen. Wayne Morse, landslide victor.
pledged in his primary cam- seeking a comeback at 71, faced The Democratic primary it
ora no to projide government Robert Duncan, a former con- Oregon will commit 34 presiden-
-work on vifta projects if private gressman, in a Democratic con- tial nominating votes for the
eniloyment isn't available. test for Senate nomination. first two ballots at the nationa
The Minnesota senators ues- Republican Sen. Mark Hat- convention, unless the candidate
taranlee a tl year of unem- field was expected to win re- who wins them slips below 34
ployment compensation to the nomination easily. per cent of the convention vote.
iobless. Humphrey said Mc-
Govern had twice voted against 1 ..h
legisl atin extending unemploy-
McGovern. meanwhile, was
raising his goal in Oregon, say- (Continued from Page 3) the Congressional repeal of
ing he hoped to surpass the 52 of Congress and expanded the the Gulf of Tonkin resolution;
per cent of the vote he amassed powers of the Presidency to
in the Massachusetts primary dictatorial proportions." she -the policy of withdrawal
on April 2m continued. "He has acted in de- outlined in the 1972 Military
There are 51 names on the fiance of the will of the Ameri- Procurement Authorization Act
Oregon ballot, including, for the can people to end this illegal declaring that the United States
first time this year, that of Sen. war.""emnt tteeris rc
Edward Kennedy of Massachu- State Rep. Jackie Vaughn (D- "terminate at the earliest prac-
selts, who tried unsuccessfully Detroit) last week introduced ticable date all military opera-
to have it dropped, to the State House a resolution tions in Indochina"; and
But the ony active campaign alling for the U.S. House of , --the Hague Convention, sign-
ers have been McGovern and Representatives to impeach ed by the United States and in
Rep. Patsy Mink of Hawaii, who Ntxon because of his escalation e yteUie ttsadt
has rated scant support in the of the war. effect since 1910 which pro-
polls. "The President's conduct and hibits the mining of an enemy's
A McGovern aide said a escalation of the war by his de- coast solely to keep him from
sampling taken about two weeks cision to mine Vietnamese ports, getting supplies by sea.
ago showed the South Dakota interdict all shipments and en-
senator in the lead with 31 per gage in massive aerial bom- If the house votes to impeach
-_--=- --- - __ _ bardment clearly can be classed the President, the case is sent
as a high crime against this na- to the Senate for trial.
tion and the world," Vaughn To reach the House floor, the
said. "The House of Represen-
tatives now has the responsi- impeachment resolution must
CUT YOUR MONTHLY bility to proceed with impeach- be reported out of the judiciary
LIV/NG EXPENSES ment procedures immediately." committee. That committee has
Both impeachment resolu- yet to consider the resolution
ions charge the President with
C yhace au violating: which is presently being xe-
-the article which empow- searched by the judiciary com-
ers Congess to declare war; mittee staff.
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