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Tuesday, August 12, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tuesday, August 12, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Daily Classifieds

Betty Ford's candid remarks
on sex draw mixed reactions

(Continued from Page 6)
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By The Associated Press
Betty Ford got mixed reviews
inside and outside her family
yesterday for her television in-
terview in which she said she
wouldn't be unduly surprised if
her 18-year-old u n m a r r i e d
daughter disclosed that she was
having an affair.
Daughter Susan, the Fords'
youngest child and only daugh-
ter, said she thought her mother
had done a good job. But she
said she didn't have any affair
to tell about. "Not yet." she
said. "I'll leave it at that."
MICHAEL FORD, a theology
student, reportedly t o1 d his
mother that he wasn't sure he
agreed with her views.
The President's position, ac-
cording to a spokesman, was
that he has always told his wife
to "speak her mind."
There was scattered criticism
from p u b li c figures. Mary
Whitehouse, a British campaign-
er against pornography, said in
London she was appalled. She

accused Mrs. Ford of encourag-
ing sexual promiscuity and de-
scribed the comments as irre-
sponsible.
ELDER Gordon Hinckley of
the Church of Jesus Christ of
the Latter-day Saints (Mormon)
held a news conference in Ma-
nila and discussed Ford's state-
ments, made in a CBS interview
broadcast Sunday night.
"We feel very strongly about
this," he said. "We deplore the
deterioration of morality around
the world. Chastity is to be ob-
served before marriage . . . and
fidelity after marriage."
A spokesman for the Most
Rev. Edwin Broderick, bishop
of the Albany, N.Y. diocese said
the Roman Catholic- clergyman
was "really shocked" at Ford's
statement. "He f e e l s very
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ophy should not be espoused by
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in a column titled, "Candor
Overdone," said that if she had
been a member of Ford's fan-
ily "I'd have been saddened by
the unseemliness of it all, a
First Lady forfeiting a certain
privacy, some mystique that
keeps the vital luster on the
First Lady image."
Ford made her controversial
comments in answer to questions
from CBSs' "60 Minutes" inter-
viewer Morley Safer about what
she would do if daughter Susan
came to her and said, "Mother,
I'm having an affair."
"Well, I wouldn't be sur-
prised," said Ford. "If she
wanted to continue, and I would
certainly counsel and advise her
on the subject and I'd want to
know pretty much about the
young man . . . whether it was
a worthwhile encounter ..."
Ford said Susan was "pretty
young to start affairs," but
added: "She's a big girl." She
also said she thought that pre-
marital sex in some cases might
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