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Tuesday, July 8, 1975

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, July 8, 1975

In the news today.. .

BEIRUT, Lebanon-Lebanese authorities are
negotiating with the leftist kidnapers holding
U.S. Army Col. Ernest Morgan under threat
of death and "hope to get him released soon,"
Premier Rashid Karami said yesterday. "We
are continuing the contacts and discussions
include the terms set by the kidnapers,"
Karami said, adding that Palestinian guer-
rillas are "helping in these contacts."
A left-wing group calling itself the Socialist
Revolutionary Action Organization said it
kidnaped the 43-year-old Morgan, an air de-
fense specialist with the U.S. aid mission in
Turkey, during heavy street fightinglast week
as he was transiting Beriut on a flight from
Pakistan to Ankara. The kidnapers' demands
included a demand that the United States
distribute free food, clothing and building
materials in the Maslakh or Slaughterhouse
district of Beriut.
NEW DELHI, India-Prime Minister Indira
Gandhi told Indian big business yesterday to
help her uplift the economy or face tough
sanctions under her emergency rule. Calling
in the nation's top business and industrial rep-
resentatives for a 90-minute meeting with her,
Gandhi emphasized that she wanted the econ-
omy to expand and production to increase.
The Prime Minister outlined her new get-
tough policy with the business leaders just as
she did two days ago when she told trade
union leaders she would not tolerate strikes
or other measures that would hurt production.
"The unions assured me of their support,"
she told the industrialists, and asked for sim-
ilar cooperation from employers in not de-
claring any lockout or laying off or retrench-
ing of workers.
BOSTON, Mass.-Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-
Mass.) called on President Ford yesterday to
make reducing unemployment the nation's first

priority instead of a Presidential afterthought.
The senator sharply criticized the Ford ad-
ministration policy on aid to cities and en-
dorsed many of the programs sought by the
more than 300 big-city mayors attending the
annual meeting of the U.S. Conference of
"The . . . basic flaw in the President's
budget and in the President's policy is the
acceptance of the worst unemployment since
the depression," Kennedy said. "Putting those
Americans back to work cannot be a Presi-
dential afterthought, it must be our No. 1
priority." Kennedy then outlined what he
called a comprehensive and national policy
of action for urban America which included
enlarging the federal general revenue sharing
program for states and cities.
TRAVERSE CITY-A Vietnam war veteran
from Kalkaska has been arrested for allegedly
threatening to kill President Ford and Vice
President Rockefeller. The suspect was ident-
ified by Secret Service agents as Patrick
Scott, 26. Scott was arrested by Kalkaska
County Sheriff's deputies Saturday night and
appeared yesterday before a federal judge
in Traverse City on warrants issued by U.S.
District Attorney Frank Spies at Grand Rapids.
According to authorities, officials, Scott
threatened o kill the President and Vice Presi-
dent in remarks on two occasions at Bois
Blanc Island last month. The island is near
Mackinac Island, where Ford is scheduled to
visit at the end of this week.
No change is expected in the stifling weather
for the rest of the week. Today's high should
be in the mid-80's with cloudy skies and
temperatures dropping to the mid-60's by

6:30 4 13 NBC News-John
7 ABC News-Smith/
9 I Dream of Jeannie-
11 CBS News-Walter
24 Partridge Family--Comedy
30 The Toledo Zoo
56 Love Tennis
7:$$ 2 CBS News-Walter
4 7 News
9 Beverly Hillbillies
i Faily Affare-Comedy
13 What's ly Line?
20 To Tell the Truth
24 Mod Squad.-
Crime Drama
30 Legacy
50 ogan's Heroes-Comedy
5 Jean Shepherd's America
57 Electric Company
7:30 2 13 Truth or Conse-
4 Last of the Wild
7 Price is Right
9 Room 222
i Hollywood Squares
20 Voyage to the Hottom of
the Sea-Adventure
30 Film
50 Hogan's Heroes-Comedy
56 Evening Edition with
Martin Agronsky
57 Book Beat
0:oo 2 11 Good Times-Comedy
4 13 Rdam-52
7 24 Happy Days-Comedy
9 Rev.Ike
30 56 57 The Way It War-
50 Merv Griffin
Volume LXXXV, No. 36-S
Tuesday, July 8, 1975
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8:30 2 11 M*A*S*H
4 13 Movie-Drama
7 24 Movie-Drama
"The Gun."
9 Adventures in Rainbow
20 Daniel BoonA-
JO Noes-Science
The history of the strategic
bomber -- from World War I
to Vietnam
50 57 Consumer Survival Kit
9:00 2 11 Hawaii Five-O
9 News
56 SNova-Science
"The Rise and Fall Of
9:30 9 Homemade Jam-Variety
20O 700 Club
30 Toledo City Council
50 Dinah!
0:00 2 11 Harnaby Jones
4 13 Police Story
7 24 Marcus Welby, M.D.
O Look Who's Here-
Guest: Christine Jorgensen
56 Masterpiece Theatre
57 Interface-Report
10:30 9 World Aquarium
57 Woman-Discussion
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CDC News--Lloyd
20 George and Diane-
50,Dealer's Choce-Game
56 It s Your Turn
S7-Consumer Survival Kit-
11:20 9 News
11:30 2 11 Movie-Comedy
The Last of the Secret
Arents?" (1800)
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Wide World Mystery
30 Janaki-Exercise
50 Movie-Drama
"Green Grass of Wyoming."
56 57 ABC News-Smith/
12:00 Movie-Drama BW
"The Thin Red Line." (1964)
1:00 4 Tomorrow-Tom Snyler
Former Mouseketeers get to-
gether for a 'Mickey House
Club" reunion
7 13 News
1:25 2 Movie-Drama BW
"shadow Man." (English;
11 News
2:00 4 News
2:55 2 News
Daily Official Bulletin
Tuesday, July 1
Day Calendar
WUOM: Carlos Romero Barcelo,
mayor of San Juan, "Plight of
American Cities," 10:15 am.
CEW: Brown bag lunch, noon-
1:15 pm.
Audio-Visual Educ. Ctr.: Sum-
mer Film Showcase - American
Heritage Films, And. 3 ,MLB, 7 pm.
General Notices
CEW announces 2 5-week pro-
grams, "Written Communication,"
& "Speeded Reading & Study Ef-
ficiency," beginning Tues., July 8
& Thurs., July 10, respectively $12
registration fee covers either or
both programs; for more info, con-
tact CEW, 328-30 Thompson St.,
open 8:30 am-5 pm weekdays.

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