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Tuesdoy, May 18, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Platform

committee
pro-Carter
WASHINGTON (AP) - The
IDemocratic Party's platform
committee switched chairmen
yesterday and elected a draft-
ing subcommittee heavy with
supporters of presidential con-
tender Jimmy Carter.
Guy. Philip Noel of Rhode Is-
land opened the committees
final four days of hearings by
announcing that he was step-
ping down to spare the com-
mittee any embarrassment from
recently reported remarks he
made about black ghetto home
life.

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of Minnesta then was elected Saeprsl rr rrior r
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slate proposed by party and hrrlftolnc, yper er 111an
cosmmittee officials. mc oe
Duoring a lengthy debate over ARBOR INSTANT
the slate, Moynihan, former U.S. PRINTING
ambassador to the United Na- 51vSaD-iTACCOUNS 5WEL.COME
tirons, was criticized for his past 214 s. 4111Are. 994-4r64
froreign policy possitirs and set- riallis
rice in ihe Nixro and Ford ad- c~nc
ministrations. ICE CREAM-
THE SUBCOMMITTEE in CARAMEL CORN CASTLE
cueforconvention delegates [Now Open 1 1-1 1
commilitted to Carter, the cur-
reint front-ronner for the Demo- E, Lrberty, 2 blrreastrrrorrtSla t e
cratic presidential noniination,. cilrlriltr , a a nrrrrl rrrrir 1111,
and twro others considered lean- PF618
itg to the former Geoirgia' gov- FPANISH I III 081US tehrng en-
ernso. perier eNatrre sree r. -e995-105.5
Sen. Ilenry Jackson, who has 0F1
ceased active campaigning for ,'PERM5ANENTi'WEIGHi-TLoss
rTrub h Be r a vior eMorrifircaion
the nomination, has two mem2- tWei2rllr Contrerl Natrrra, 994-0019,
hers on the subcommittee, in- cFre
cetiding Moynihan. California
Crov'. Jerry Brown, Alabama Crush
Gorrv. George Wallace and Rep.
Mrrris Udall have one each. all smokes
The remaining members are dedo .
either uncomniitted or pledgedded ut
In favorite-son candidates.
Noel received a standing ova-
tion as hr annoonced that he
wrould not reek the permanent
chairmanship.
"I MADE the decision hecaose,
oinfortiinately,. I have become
the subject of some controversy
that revolves around rome re-
marks that I made several
monttsr ago, which when taken
out of context and viewed in,
their harsheot light have caused'
a concern to many Democrats,"
Noel said.
Noel said he could handle the
situation personally because of '
hi 6years of public service
and dedication to civil rights. W
"However, I feel that the work qW - .m
(If this committee is so critical Please: help prevent forest fires.
and vital that I should not bring
that controversy that issue, to-
the remaining days of this com-
mittee's deliberation and work,"
Noel said.
IN HIS COMMENTS, Nosel had
sold: NOMI
"Take a kid from a black , PCA O
ghetto, bus him across town A SPC L N b
to a white school,' he's four TAKE NOMINA 7
hours under classroom instruc-
tions. Then he's back in the -Exec t
ghetto for another 19 or 18
hours ... The other 18 hes back --Bargc
in that sweathole or wherever--Ba C
he comes from with the drunk- ar
en father and the mother that's
out peddling her asos, or what-
ever." ED NE
Anderoon, 43, who is serving..D.,
hio second four-year term as
governor of Minnesota, praised MCHG N EA U
Noel at "a great credit to his MIHG NLAU
state and his party."

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