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The Michigan Daily
Vol. LXXXVI, No. 44-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, July 13, 1976 Ten Cents Twelve Pages
Demn convention opens

Big party
time in
Fun City
By ANN MARIE LIPINSKI
Special To The Daily
NEW YORK - The city of
New York is throwing a party.
And Mayor Abraham Beame,
every bit the gracious, glowing
host, is doing everything possi-
ble to make his guests feel
right at home.
"HELLO, and welcome to our
great city," Beame said yester-
day, greeting a less than inti-
mate luncheon gathering of dele-
gates and members of the press
which numbered in the thous-
ands.
"This week, we're going to
make everyone proud by nom-
inating the next president of
the United States," he said,
making his only reference of
the afternoon to the serious bus-
iness at hand, "And while you're
doing it, please go out and have
some fun."
And "fun," without a doubt,
was the key word in this Demo-
cratic Convention city yester-
day.
YESTERDAY'S "uncheon, 2-
en in honor of the city's dele-
iite guests at the plush New
York Hilton, could have been
mis'aken for a enla Mardi gras
celebration. T oid, brassv jan
filled the Hilton's Grand Bill-
room as deleuates nonred in,
nicking ' i hbiuch nlates niled
hi h with roast beef sandwiches
and lemon mriloge pastries.
W"gn the tnhlns were filled,
d-la""t- sat with their inches
On the hullrnu floor, ducking
cohorts who found the music's
initation to dance too hard to
1a e, suntanned and smiling,
shook hn-ds tith deleantes eag-
See IT'S, Page 10

Unity
stressed
b in eynote
, 5 f ad/dress
NEW YORK P)-With Jimmy
-4z 3, iCarter smiling over the scene,
tDemocrats joined in a unity
c h o r u s yesterday and began
their 37th national convention
with Sen. John Glenn's keynote
call for an end to divisiveness
and despair, an American fu-
ture "in which we can all be
proud patriots.
Carter's apparent h o u r at
Madison Square Garden was
R ,two nights away, but the con-
vention wis his as he audition-
ed vice presidential candidates
at his hotel headquarters.
IlS LIST of vice presidential
finalists was down to six names,
all of them senators. Carter
said he was weighing them all
for a choice that might be the
most important of his life. He
also said that in his polls, two
of those names, Glenn of Ohio
and Muskie of Maine, added to
"rthe voter appeal of his ticket.
Glenn and Rep. Barbara Jor-
dan of Texas were yesterday's
featured performers at the con-
vention, sharing the keynote
platform.
"Now is the time to erase di-
visiveness and despair, to keep
the good from the past, to add
our own good, to look to the
future, to build a nation of jus-
tice, a nation of equality, a
nation of opportunity in which
AP Photo we can all be proud patriots,"
said the astronaut turned sen-
Peanuts... -an a prize? ator. "That is our hope .
let's get going."
A caricature of a grinning peanut with the legend "Carter" lies among the seats for the North JORDAN SAID the Democrats
Dakota delegates prior to the start of the Democratic National Convention last night. It's mostly must "restore our sense of rats
fun and games right now in New York, as the serious business won't s t a r t until Wednesday, tional community."
when they nominate the presidential candidate. Carter is expected to win on the first ballot. See DEM, Page 10

Scranton praises Israel's raid

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. ()-Ambas-
sador William Scranton yesterday called
Israel's rescue raid into Uganda "a
combination of guts and brains that has
seldom if ever been surpassed."
Referring to the pro-Palestinian hi-
jackers who had seized an Air France
jet and its passengers, Scranton demand-
ed that the U.N. Security Council "do
everything within its power to insure
against recurrence of this brutal, callous
and senseless international crime of hi-
jacking-the crime which gave rise to
the Israeli action.,"
NEAR THE END of the day's debate,
British Ambassador Ivor Richard said
he had received the "disturbing news"
that Uganda was expelling a British
diplomat in Kampala and that "serious

threats" had been made against Britons means of "assuring the safety and re-
in Uganda. liability of international civil aviation."

He said the diplomat was the man
who had seen Vora Bloch in a hospital
after Israeli commandos raided Uganda's
Entebbe airport and freed the other hos-
tages. Uganda claims Bloch, who had
both Israel and British citizenships, had
been released from the hospital where
she was treated for a stomach illness
and had rejoined the others.
Richard told the council Britain had
"little doubt" that Bloch, 76, was dead.
He accused Uganda of failing to investi-
gate her disappearance.
SCRANTON spoke to the council after
Britain and the United States introduced
a draft resolution that would condemn
hijacking. It also would enjoin the inter-
national community to s e e k further

Nonaligned members of the council
submitted a resolution that would "con-
demn Israel's f I a g r a n t violation of
Uganda's sovereignty" and demand that
Israel pay compensation to Uganda.
The conflicting resolutions set the
stage for a confrontation between West-
ern states and the Third World and
Communist members.
COUNCIL SOURCES said this would
likely end with the defeat of both reso-
lutions.
The council is considering an African
complaint against Israel's "act of ag-
gression" in the July 4 raid. Israeli
commandos rescued 102 hostages held
for a week by the hijackers who seized
the jetliner en route to Paris.

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