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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuttday, October 1973 Ford hopes for quick war end WASHINGTON (AP) Vice-presidential nominee Gerald Ford has expressed hope "we get a military solution quickly" in the Mid- dle East war. "You can't get a diplomatic solution until you have a mili- tary Ford told reporters who questioned him following White House worship services. Ford, nominated to succeed Spiro Agnew, was briefed on the Middle East Saturday by President Nixon and State Secretary Henry Kissinger. Asked about United States aid to Israel, Ford said "we are certainly fully meeting all of our commitments in the ongoing which he described as "very substan- tial." "Whether there would be an expansion depends upon the he said. When asked whether he saw hope that the fighting would end soon, Ford responded that is "a hope so. I hope we get a military solu- tion quickly and then we can work on a diplomatic solution." Ford later flew to the western United States for a series of public appearances. The House of Represen- tatives and Senate must con- firm Ford's nomination and both plan to hold confirmation hearings within two to four weeks. Ford said he hopes they are "the most open, the most independent, the most frank hearings possible." Ford earlier said he had helped a Washington lobbyist by assisting a Dutch doctor obtain immigration status to teach at Harvard University. The lobbyist, Robert WinterBerger, had allegations about favors in- volving congressmen, in a book, The Washington Pay- Off. Ford said the allegations represented one of two in- cidents in his 25-year- House career that might raise questions at the hearings. 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