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Page 18--Friday, May 9, 1980-The Michiqan Daily
BEGINS IS NEW CAMPAIGN STRATEGY
Carter travels to Philadelpbia

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WASHINGTON (AP)-The Rose
Garden campaign strategy President
Carter is scheduled to abandon today
with a trip to Philadelphia worked to his
advantage for a time, then turned into a
political liability, he has acknowledged.
Although Carter insists he wasn't
using the protracted crisis over the
hostages in Tehran to further his re-
election campaign, he made Iran the
underpinning for the Rose Garden
policy, then suggested when he announ-
ced he would resume traveling that
Iran was only one of many reasons for
staying home.

YESTERDAY, THE president's
campaign committee announced he
would make an avowedly political trip
to Cleveland on May 29-five days
before the Ohio primary election.
An examination of the president's
public statements shows that the
strategy evolved a month after the
hostages were seized last Nov. 4, and
Carter continued to fence himself into

an ever tighter paddock until he dum-
ped the policy without warning last
week.
On Nov. 8, four days after the raid on
the embassy in Tehran, the White
House announced the president would
postpone a scheduled visit to Canada to
"continue to closely monitor the
situation in Iran and direct efforts to
secure the release of the Americans

there. . . The president's decision to
postpone this visit is not based on new
developments or any expectation of an
immediate change in the situation in
Iran. Rather, it is based'upon his desire
to remain in Washington, where his
foreign policy advisers are im-
mediately available and so that he can
continue to monitor closely and direct
See CARTER, Page 19

UN asks return of Palestini*tns

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UNITED NATIONS (AP)-The
A RIN E R Security Council adopted a resolution
yesterday calling on Israel to allow the
ru Sunday return of three Palestinian leaders it
expelled from the occupied West Bank
of the Jordan River last weekend.
'ND CHANCE The United States abstained and the
resolution was approved 14-0.
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THE OTHER Western members of
the 15-nation council-Britain, France,
Portugal and Norway-voted for the
resolution along with China, the Soviet
Union, East Germany, Tunisia, Niger,
Zambia, Bangladesh, the Philippines,
Mexico and Jamaica.
The resolution says the council calls
on Israel "to rescind these illegal
measures and to facilitate the im-
mediate return of the expelled
Palestinian leaders so that they can
resume the functions for which they
were elected and appointed."
It asks U.N. Secretary-General Kurt
Waldheim "to report upon the im-
plementation of this resolution."
U.S. AMBASSADOR William vanden
Heuvel noted that the resolution did not
refer to the action that prompted
Saturday's expulsions-the Palestinian
guerrilla killing of six Israelis in
Hebron the night before.
"We are dealing here., with a.

tragic cycle of violence in which one
violent act begets another," Vanden
Heuvel said.
"We deeply regret that the resolution
does not refer to the killing in Hebron of
six Israelis and the wounding of 17
others. We condemn this wanton act of
violence at Hebron, and the Palestine
Liberation Organization's respon-
sibilityfor it," hesaid.
Earlier Thursday, Arab countries
revised the resolution to get it more
votes in the council, a Western diplomat
said privately. They deleted a referen-
a to an earlier resolution criticizing
Israel and a provision that woulk have
had the council "deplore" Israeli ex-
pulsion of the three Palestinian leaders,
the diplomat said.
The three are Mayor Fahad
Qawasmeh of Hebron, Mayor Moham-
med Milhem of Halhoul and Sheikh Raji
Bayud Al Tamimi, Hebron's Islamic

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