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Tuesday, October 15, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

'NOMINATION I
Past .
By AP and Reuter!
WASHINGTON - Nelson
Rockefeller's chances of easy
confirmation as Vice President
yesterday appeared to have
been serious damaged by disclo-
sures of his financial gifts to
public figures and by his ac-
ceptance of responsibility for a
derogatory biography of a poli-
tical opponent.
Congressional criticism of
Rockefeller had been mounting,
all last week and reached a
high point over the weekend.
SEVERAL MEMBERS of
congress said Rockefeller's
chances of quick approval in the
Senate and the House of Repre-
sentatives were in jeopardy.
Representative Wayne Hayes
(D-Ohio), chairman of the House
Democratic campaign commit-
tee, in a television interview,
said the nomination appears to
be in serious trouble, adding,
that the House may not azt on
it until the new congress con-
venes next year.
Democraic leaders want to
make sure they have fully
checked the former New Fork
governor's background before I
giving him what amounts to a!
congressional "Good Housekeep-
ing Seal of Approval."
SEN. HOWARD CANNON (D-1
Nev.) indicated Sunday that the
Senate Rules Committee p r o-
bably will recall Rockefeller for
further questioning.
Serious ethical questions have
arisen tending to mar the
"clean" image Rockefeller had
when he was nominated. E
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'DAILY OFFICI
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Day Calendar
Tuesday, October 153
Pharmacy: "The Expanding Role
of the Pharmacist in Hypertensive
Care," Rackham, 9 am.
WUOM: Panel discussion, "Uni-
versity values Year Seminar Series,"
with Profs. Geo. Wald, Harvard U.,,
?. Carrington. Geo. Mavrodes, A.:
Watson, Frank H. T. Rhodes, &
Terr. Tice, Sch. of Educ., moderator,i;

N TROUBLE':
launts Rocky

Anti-Communist
made leader of

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NEO-MODERNAIRE
SGC ELECTIONS
OCT. 15-17

These include the disclosures + be in any permanent jeopardy
that he gave nearly $1.8 mil- but the disclosures were worth
lion in gifts to present and a thorough investigation by Con- I><t IL FV erI m en11
former aides, reports that the gress.
Rockefeller fortune was used to Senator Howard Cannon (D-
underwrite other ventures such Nev.), chairman of the senate ROME () - Amintore Fan- Common
as a newspaper once run by rules committe, said over the fai, a staunch anti-Communist cent yearly.
coumnist Tom Braden and weekend he will reopen his com- Catholic leader, got the n o d MORE THAN 100,000 workers
Rockefeller's admission that his mittee's investigation into the yesterday to form a new gov- have been put on shorter work-
brother financed a 1970 cam- nomination and recall Rockefel- <ernent to try to bail Italy
paign book attacihing Arthur ler to the witness stand a ft e r out of its political and econom- ing hours in the past seven
Goldberg, histe ic crisis without Communist wekes with industry complain-
Glerhspponent that year the November congressional ing of stockpiles of unsold goods
for governor. elections. participation. and fst-ris or os
COMMITTEE sources said ROCKEFELLER has con- President Giovanni L e on e The a kepsing on ore.
Rockefeller's explanation of the stantly denied knowing that his called on the 66-year-old Fan. The lira keeps sliding on fore-
gifts do not give a true picture! brother had put up $60,000 to Rockefeller fani, a four-time ex-premier and E ign exchange markets where it
of his interests. finance publication of the book secretary of the dominant Chris- has lost more than 20 per cent
Representative John Rhodes about Goldberg during the 1970; mitted knowing early in the tian Democratic party, after 11 of its value since it was float-
of Arizona, Rpublican Leader in I election for New York Gover-± campaign that the book was in days of uncertainty about Italy's ed in February 1973.
the House, in another television nor in which Goldberg unsuc-? the works and apologized to political course.-
interview, said Rockefeller's cessfully opposed Rockefeller. 1 Goldberg for not stopping the PREMIERE MARIANO Rum-
nomination did not appear to On Saturday, Rockefeller ad-! project immediately, resigned Oct. 3, creating a RIJ.tlO0
_ or resined Oct.3, creatng-a-:-Aortion lernative
vacuum that many Italians
speculated could only be filled OFFERED BY
Guerrlashope to represent y bringing Italy's big Corn- Problem Pregnancy
ment. Fanfani's appointment ap-ep
' peared to end the posibility, at 24 hr. phone: 769-7283
alestinians in UN debates least for the present.
However, in a statement is- Office: 400 S. Division
sued after his appoidtment Fan- Main floor, Street entrance
,UNITED NATIONS {P - T h e ONLY ISRAEL, a few L a t i n, approximately 10,000 murderers fani said the situation before (corner of William)
Palestine Liberation Organiza- American countries and pro- trained and paid for the sl ugh- him was "not encouraging." FREE PREGNANCY TESTING
pro ! raiedandpai fr te sa',,! He said he would "insist ini- FE RGAC ETN
tion, which coordinates the ac- bably the United States were ex-I ter of innocent human nehigs."
tivities of Arab guerrilla groups, pected to vote again the resolu- No nationalist movement such tially" on trying to revive the ---
headed for a resounding diplo- tion, with several others ab- as the PLO has ever been neard center-left coalition of Catho-
matic success in the United Na- staining, in the assembly itself, t'ough lies and Socialists whose break-
tions yesterday. The Arab sources said P L o several of them including the up brought down Rumor. Rum-
Arab strategists predicted chief Yasid Arafat would be PLO have been heard in as- or, like all Italian premiers
overwhelming approval for a re- joined by many Arab foreign embly committees. since 1945, is a Christian Dem-
solution inviting the PLO to ministers at the Palestinian de- In Budapest, Hungary, Ara- aT.HE CENTER-lef i
take part in the debates as "the bate, expected to begin Nov. 7 fat said the ultimate goal of his broke apart over the insistence
representative of the Palestin- and last about two weeks. movement is "a democratic of theaSocialist party, the sec
ian people." Israel made clear it would state of Palestine where Mus- cond largest coalition partner, to
E vote again the resolution. A lims, Jews and Christians can give the Communists a role in
U.S. spokesman said only the live together in peace. " He sid sovig ,tay' w rpostwar
AT, BULLETIN resolution presenssome veyr p siherntasca dsolving Italy's worst postwarj
" LB l TN:reouin"rsnssm vey not disclose details aboutt h e economic crisis. The Italian
..... ...?r.?;-r.;:,r-r {.;::*.*;:.::;}?a}{: -:: e i u roblem s
:::serious r . boundaries of such a Palestin- Communist party, the largest
Aud A, Angel, 4:10 pm. THE RESOLUTION'S 71 spon- ian state. in the West, has been kept out
English, Ext. Serv.: Louis Simp- sors - a clear majority of the le said the PLO would set up of power since the war.
4on, poetry reading, Aud. 3, MLB, membership - are almost ex- a permanent mission in Buda- He pledged "austere meas-
Social Work: Maurice Janowitz, usively Communist and Third pest. The group maintains a ures" as a cure for Italy's eco-
prof., vd hcago,"ScialCon-Wrbureau in Moscow and eas a nomy now suffering from t h e ____
trol and Human Series," Rack- Jordan, not a sponsor, w a s representative in Bucharest, highest inflation rate in t h e -.s
ham Amph., 7 pm. prepared to vote for the resolu- Romania. - -
Modern Dance Class: Trotter
House, 7 pm. tion. King Hussein has declined
Law Spouses: Wystan Stevens, to recognize the PLO as repre- THE MICHIGAN DAILY AN NOU NCEMENT
slides/talk, "Story of the Ann Ar- s'entative of Palestinins ndenr

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