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Page 12-Tuesday, October 31, 1978-The Michigan Daily

Supporters of higher drinking age rally

people of Michigan would get their message
through the media.
"We don't have to be 1,000 strong to get our wor-
ds across," he said,
The crowd-which included contingents bussed
in from a number of academies affiliated with the
anti-alcohol Seventh-Day Adventist chur-
ch-heard remarks from several teenagers.
REGENIA CARPENTER, a 16-year-old from
South Haven, told the gathering that "drinking is
overtaking money" as the "root of all evil."
"Nothing good has come of lowering the
drinking age," she said.I
Christi Wilcox, a 16-year-old from Grand Ledge,
said the posint of raising the drinking age is "not,
to deprive .us of our rights but to show us there's an
interest in our health and safety."
RICE SAID he was unhappy at what he called
the distortion of the issue by opponents of his .

proposal, many of whom have labeled the plan
"Proposal D is not prohibition," he said, adding
'Our feeling is that 30 to 40 per
cent of those over 18 and per-
haps even more feel (Proposal
D) will impact favorably on the
college climate.'
-Rev. Allen Rice
proponents of the measure have no inclination to
do anything else but raising the drinking age to 21.
The Andrews University group sang a number

of Hawaiian-style songs and performed gymnasti
feats to the accompaniment of recorded music.
Rice called the show "a demonstration of
positive and constructive life for young peop
without the necessity of alcohol or drugs.
OPPONENTS OF the amendment, meanwhil
said they were encouraged by a poll and editori
backing for their crusade to defeat the issue.
Sen. Jackie Vaughn III of Detroit, chairman
the anti-Proposal D effort, said seven newspape
and two television stations have called for
He also mentioned a Saginaw News straw p
indicating a 57-43 per cent margin in favor
Proposal D. Other polls have shown a far great
majority planning to vote for the raised drinkit

Cl iQerDlRG T"n

st agreement
"That is one of the ideas floating After the meeting betwef
around... Oslo has its attrac- the Egyptians, actin
tiveness," Ambassador Ashrat Ghorbal Foreign Minister Boutrou
said, there would be a three-N
GHORBAL AND Simcha Dinitz, this morning of the U.S.,I
Israeli ambassador to the United Israeli delegations - the i
States, appeared at a news conference level in 10 days.
with William Crawford, assistant Ghali called the sessio.
deputy secretary of state, before an "very constructive andf
awards dinner in Detroit.
Crawford said peace between Egypt A sso c i
and Israel is "now quite close" and that eil
agreements could be completed by mid-
Aelonoptimistic orabout thes
Alo otmsi bu h n negotiations, Israeli Foreign Minister 1 1.3
Moshe Dayan claimed "considerable
progress" yesterday toward a peace Guy Palazzola, associa
treaty with Egypt. University's School of
"AS FAR AS we are concerned, I se nationally known artis
no reason, no obstacle for not reaching Saturday at the age of 59
an agreement," Dayan said after a 90- sity announced yesterday
minute session with Secretary of State Palazzola served as ass
Cyrus Vance on a treaty text. the Art School since 19T


'very near
.n Vance and offered no specifics, declined to tak
Egyptian any questions from reporters an
s Ghali said joined the rest of the Egyptia.
way meeting delegation in making a hasty exit fro
:gyptian and the State Department.
rst at the top IN TALKING with reporters, Daya
defended Israel's decision to "thicken"
with Vance Jewish settlements on the West Bank o
ositive." He the Jordan River j

ate dean of ar
ted artist dies

te dean of the
Art and a
t, died here
S, the Univer-
ociate dean of
75. He was a

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member of the faculty since 1957.
MANY PUBLIC and private collec-
tions house Palazzola's works, in-
cluding the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Palazzola had recently completed a
series of 30 art instruction shows titled
"The Artist at Work", produced by the
University's Television Center.
He had done over 100 programs,
which have been viewed on some .90
television stations and 800 cable
systems. In 1975, he received the
University's Distinguished
Achievement Award which is given to
senior faculty members for "Outstan-

ding teaching and research."
Born in Kalamazoo, Palazzol
received a diploma in painting from th
art school of the Detroit Society of Art
and Crafts. While at art school, h
worked as an announcer at radi
station WWJ, where he later was ap
pointed chief announcer. In 1945, hi
resigned to begin teaching at th
Detroit Society.
University President Robbei
Fleming said, "Guy Palazzola was
vibrant force in the academic com
munity. We are greatly saddened by hi
premature death. We will remembe
him with great affection."
PALAZZOLA is survived by hi
widow, Louise, four daughters, and
son. Amemorial service will be held a
11 a.m. today at St. Patrick's Churcl-
5671 Whitmore Lake Road, Whitmor

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