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Rightists
claim.
victory in
S a vador
(Continued from Page 1)
liberalization of Salvadoran society
that justifies continued U.S. military
aid.
In the election campaign, the
Ngtional Conciliation Party said it
favored land reform, but that it had.
been poorly carried out.
THE 60-SEAT constituent assembly
elected Sunday is empowered to name
an interim government and write a
constitution leading to new elections,
possibly next year.
The votes were still being tabulated
yesterday. It appeared the Christian
Democrats, even if they could form a
coalition with Democratic Action - the
most moderate of the rightist parties -
would fall two or three seats short of the
necessary 31-seat majority.
' That left National Conciliation; which
apparently will get about 14 seats, as
the only party capable of swinging the
balance solely to either the Christian
Democrats or the ultra-right
Republican Nationalist Alliance -
ARENA - led by former army Maj.
Roberto d'Aubuisson.
The total vote of 1 million or so ap-
peared to be a record for El Salvador,,
which has a population of about 5
million.

House begins debate

on, nuclear-
WASHINGTON (AP) - The House yes- N
terday launched a debate on nuclear r
arms control, pitting proponents of an s
immediate U.S.-Soviet freeze on atomic a
weapons against supporters of s
President Reagan's longer-term ap- t
proach toward mutual arms reduction. a
To reject an immediate halt to,
nuclear arms proliferation "is to give o
up on the concept of reduction as well," c
said Rep. Jim Leach (R-Iowa), one of d
the prime sponsors of the debate. 'The s
desire to maintain a freeze and to make t
it work would be an important new n
pressure to secure new reductions."
BUT THE president - and suppor- N
ters of a rival congressional resolution c
- say an immediate freeze would lock c
the United States into a position of p
nucler inferiority. U
Sponsors of the debate, led by an ar- p
ms-control caucus known as Members
of Congress for Peace Through Law, b
said they hoped the series of speeches b
would be likened to the first real d
congressional debate on the Vietnam b
War. That debate occured during a a
night session in October 1969. t
House Speaker Thomas O'Neill (D- n

freeze
Mass.), who has endorsed the freeze
resolution, was among several
peakers who reminded colleagues that
Republican president and career
oldier, Dwight Eisenhower, first aler-
ed the nation to the perils of a nuclear
irms race.
"IT'S TIME that all of us as national
officials stopped and thought about the
onsequences of a nuclear conflict and
dedicated ourselves to taking those
teps necessary to reduce and even-
ually eliminate the possibility of a
nuclearwar," O'Neill said.
But House Republican leader Bob
Michel of Illinois said: "It must be
learly understood the major issue of
onfronting the world today is not the
ossession of nuclear arms by the
United States, but the defense and
reservation of freedom.
"The current debate, as I see it, is
etween those.who think freedom can
e protected without a credible nuclear
eterrent on our part and those who
elieve - and I am among them - such
deterrent is necessary unless and un-
il the Soviet Union possesses no
uclear threat," Michel added.

Doily Photo by DIANE WILLIAMS,

Song sung blue
With a little help from Dale Minus' harmonica, the now-regular crowd on the Diag can kick the blues and have sunshine
on a cloudy day.

MMr

First Ward candidates
express views on issues

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party, but is running "to shake up city
council."
Gallatin said that in addition to the
one-sixth of his salary he will donate to
the Tenants' Union, he will donate
another sixth to a senior citizens'
organization to sponsor inspection of
facilities and care of senior citizens'
homes.
A THIRD SIXTH would be donated to
establish a soup line in Ann Arbor,
which Gallatin says "there is a great
need for." Gallatin proposes that the
soup line by operated once a week, with
additional funding for it coming from
the city's general fund.
IN ADDITION to his salary proposal,
Gallatin said he will issue a challenge to
the mayor and the other members of
city council if he is elected. Gallatin
said he will reduce his council salary by
one dollar for each dollar foregone by
members of City Council.
"I dare them to take me up on it. I
don't think one of them will. I don't
think one of them will give one dollar,"
Gallatin said.
The two candidates have directly op-
posite views regarding the ballot
proposals. There are six proposals,
which ask for a tax increase to fund
various projects, such as the Michigan

Theatre and pothole repair. Gallatin
said he does not support any of them.
''People don't need more taxes now,'
he said.
Hunter said he supports all the ballot
proposals, noting that the increase in
taxes is slight. "The city is facing layof-
fs right now," Hunter said, "and the
city's general fund can't afford it (to
pay all the money for the bonds.)"

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