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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 26, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, May 26, 1972

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Dems debate disputed Lockheed
loan in Calif. primary contest

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By The Associated Press
Democratic presidential c o n-
tenders Sens. George McGovern
and Hubert Humphrey, c a m -
paigning yesterday in California
for the June 6 primary, debated
the government-guaranteed $250
million loan to Lockheed A i r -
craft Corp., one of the state's
big employers.
McGovern, in San Diego after
primary victories Tuesday in
Oregon and Rhode Island, con-
tended that the government's
financial backing of Lockheed is
detrimental to California aero-
space workers.
'What the loan has really
done," McGovern said, "is to
guarantee that Lockheed workers
will continue under the kind
of incompetent management
which has caused Congress to
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crack down on the company
above all others."
He added that "if the loan
had not gone through, Lockheed
would have gotten a new man-
ager. There's no evidence that
workers would have lost their
jobs."
Humphrey, campaigning in
Los Angeles and Anaheim, de-
fended the Lockheed guarantee,
which he voted for in the Sen-
ate and McGovern against.
More than 71,000 persons work
for Lockheed and its subcontrac-
tors, most of them Californians,
Humphrey stressed in a speech
in Anaheim. He argued that the
loan saved the workers' jobs.
Congress approved the Lock-
heed loan for continued develop-
ment of the Tristar airliner after
Rolls Royce of England - sup-
plier of engines for the plane-
ran into financial troubles.
Humphrey also denounced Mc-
Govern's program for $32 bil-
lion in defense cuts. "Not only
are Sen. McGovern's proposals
a serious threat to the security

of the nation, but they are in-
deed a direct threat to the eco-
nomic security of working fam-
ilies and the economic viability
of the state of California," Hum-
phrey said.
Humphrey added that if he were
elected president he would main-
tain "a middle ground of re-
sponsibility with security by
trimming waste in the defense
system, but without severe cuts
unless there are corresponding
arms reductions by the Soviet
Union."
McGovern defended his pro-
posed budget of $54.8 billion and
accused the Minnesota senator
of saying two years ago he saw
no reason why the defense bud-
get couldn't be cut to $50 bil-
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