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Men' in has attempted to counter his
opponent's charges of liberalism by .
issuing a detailed "white paper" that
dismisses the allegations as fabrications
and distortions of the truth. He also has
initiated his own round of commercials,
although on a smaller scale than the
$185,000 already spent by East.
"We haven't got as much money as
East," said Gibson Prather, a
spokesman for Morgan. "His (East's)
support is coming from all over the
country while ours is limited to the
state." Prather said Morgan planned to
spend about $500,000 compared with
the $1.25 million projected for East's
Despite spending discrepancies and
his opponent's barrage of accusations,
Morgan is still confident about re
election, Prather said. "We are not on
the defensive," he said. "We're running
a positive .campaign and we've got the
"When the senator ran six years ago,
he won an electoral majority in the
primary against ' nine opponents and .
then won 60, percent of the general
vote," Prather said. "We believe we will
get that majority again." -
Morgan's media commercials have
presented a conservative message that
focuses on economic and defense issues.
But East has challenged Morgan's
commitment to fiscal restraint and a
strong defense, citing the senator's
refusal to debate as proof of his weak
"I think Sen. Morgan is just
embarrassed about his record, trying to
duck from it, trying to evade it and is
suggesting we are misrepresenting his
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record," East said. E;st also described
Morgan, who has been rated the
Senate's most conservative Democrat by
several groups, as an "uliraKberal." -
Some of the dispute is a difference in
opinion, such as the merit of the
Panama Canal treaties, which Morgan
and a Senate majority supported, and on
the foreign policy value of federal aid to
Nicaragua which Morgan and a majority
Yet the debate extends beyond simple
issues, and East has blamed Morgan and
a Democratic majority in Congress for
high inflation and a seriously weakened
"Morgan, and the Democratic
leadership have been ineffectual and
irresponsible," East said. "They have
created instability in the world and the
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John R. Jordan Jr., chairman of the
Board of Governors; Hargrove Bowles,
chairman of . the UNC Board of
Trustees; and Daniel Pollitt, chairman (
of the faculty also welcomed Fordham
UNC. President William C. Friday
presided over the ceremony and official
ly installed the new chancellor.
Friday also recognized members of
Fordham's family and visiting and past
chancellors of UNC system.
The University Day celebration,
begun in 1877, marks the 187th
anniversary of the laying of the
cornerstone of Old East.
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LUT, Lebanon (AP) Iraqi jets
launched new attacks on the battered
Iranian city of Abadan Sunday and Iraq
claimed it was poised for a decisive drive
to capture the key oil refinery complex.
But Iran said it was wearing down the
v Iraqis and was planning counterattacks
as the war entered its fourth week.
Iranian President Abolhassan Bani
Sadr said he believed Iraq had
committed up to 10 divisions to the
Persian Gulf war "all that Iraq can
In a diplomatic development, Jordan
said King Hussein's visit to Saudi Arabia
had resulted in "full understanding"
that Saudi Arabia would join Jordan in
supporting the territorial claims Iraq
seeks from Iran.
Saudi Arabia said '. Sunday it had
agreed with the United Arab Emirates,
Kuwait and Qatar to increase oil
production by I million barrels a day to
help cover oil shortages caused by the
Bani-Sadr said he would consult the
military on a United Nations call for a
cease-fire in the Shatt al-Arab waterway
to allow stranded foreign ships to leave
1 the estuary. "If they want the ships out,
we'll let them," he said.
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But there was no indication Iraq
would agree to a local truce after
claiming that its' tank-led army had
stormed across the strategic Karun River
in a drive to win total control of the.
120-mHe-Iong shipping lane.
"Our forces raced behind the fleeing
enemy, mopping up resistance pockets
around Abadan in preparation for a
final attack to overrun it," said an Iraqi
military communique broadcast by
In addition- to its huge refinery,
Abadan is a major Iranian stronghold
on the eastern bank of the Shatt al
Arab, about 10 miles south of the oil
port city of Khorramshahr. Iraqi forces
used a pontoon bridge to put Soviet
' built T-62 tanks across the river north of
Khorramshahr Saturday under a screen
of bombing and strafing warplanes.
Iraq described the Karun crossing as a
major breakthrough for its forces that
have been stalled for two weeks in the
Shatt al-Arab area at the northern end
of the Persian Gulf.
Tehran confirmed Iraqi warplanes
had raided Abadan again Sunday. Iraq
said its jets also struck at Iran's Bandar
Mashur oil port 55 miles northeast of
Abadan, destroying part of the harbor
and setting the oil refinery afire.
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Popet.urges sexual self-control v. .
VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope John Paul II celebrated a special Mass for
all the world's families and Sunday and praised couples who pracitces sexual
Engaged and married couples from all over the world made personal
statements about the joys and problems of their relationships during
ceremonies to highlight a current meeting of bishops to discuss birth control,
divorce and other family issues.' -
"In the midst of so many voices in our permissive society that exalt so
called sexual liberty as a part of human fulfillment, it's right for those to raise
their voices who, in their-day-to-day experience of a serene and generous self
control, have been able to discover a new source of reciprocal acquaintance,
deeper understanding and authentic liberty," the 60-year-old pontiff said.
FTC issues "natural" food definition
WASHINGTON (AP) Trying to end consumer confusion over exactly
what a "natural" food is, the government announced the first legal standard
on the issue Sunday.
According to the Federal Trade Commission definition, a food is natural if
it contains no synthetic or artificial ingredients and has had no more
processing than generally . can be done in a home kitchen.
The standard leaves out some familiar foods advertised as natural.
A 1978 FTC staff report told of nationally advertised cereals, sold as
natural, that contained chemical preservatives and highly processed frozen
foods. Some so-called natural foods also contain heavy amounts of added
salt and sugar, the report said. :
The report also said characterizing a food as natural implied superiority to
foods that don't have the description. But, it added, "The term 'natural' has
been applied to foods which run the gamut on extent of processing."
Nutritionists, food technologists and other scientists testified -at FTC
hearings that "natural" foods could not be defined because totally synthetic
foods did not yet exist.'
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