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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fridoy, November 15, 197/-

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, November 15, 19K
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Rocky
WASHINGTON (1P) - W h il e
vigorously defending his prac-
tice of handing over large sumsj
to friends and associates, Nel-
son Rockefeller promised yes-
terday to reduce his private gift
giving if he is confirmed as
out before a national televisionf
vice president.
In an agreement hammered
out before a national television
audience, the former New York
governor promised that afterI
becoming vice president he will
make no gifts or loans to any
federal employe, except for "re-E
latively nominal" amounts on
special occasions and "in t h e
event of medical hardships of
a compelling human character."
"YOU'VE MADE me see how
some of my acts which were
undertaken out of generosity
have come to appear to the
public to be something t h e y
weren't," Rockefeller told the
Senate Rules Committee, whichl
is considering his nomination.I
He said giving more than $2

says gif
1million to friends and former
New York state officials was a
morally proper way for him to
help the recipients improve their,
financial position. He denied
any violation of state 1 a w s;
which bar gifts to state em-
ployes if it can be reasonably
inferred that the gifts were de-
signed to buy influence.
ROCKEFELLER put the
agreement in writing after Sen.'
Claiborne Pell (D-R.I.) expres-
sed fear that the former gover-I
nor's largesse was being mis-
understood. Pell sought to go a!
step beyond the agreement - to
allow Rockefeller to give fin-
ancial assistance in cases of;
medical hardship only if the gift'
was disclosed - prompting1
sharp comments from other
committee members.
"I hope the governor will not
agree to this. We would be set-
ting conditions under which hel
could serve. . . This is an ex-
treme violation of the right of
privacy on an individual w h o
' needs to be helped but doesn't
want to see it disclosed," said
Sen. Marlowe Cook (R-Ky.).
And Chairman Howard Can-
non (D-Nev.), said he would
be relu.ctant to see Rockefeller l
commit himself to such condi-
tions, noting they go far beyond
current disclosure laws.
AT THE midday break in the
hearings, Cannon told reporters
he has heard nothing so far
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that would provide a reason for
voting against Rockefeller. "But
we aren't through yet," Can-
non added. He said the nom-
inee "has made a fairly good
presentation" and suggested the
dispute over Rockefeller fam-
ily financing of a book critical
of Arthur Goldberg "has been
pretty well laid to rest."
Discussion of the Goldberg
biography occupied the commit-
tee for most of the day on
Wednesday, with Rockefeller ad-
mitting he erred last month in
denying knowledge that he had
arranged financing for the book.
Rockefeller was to be follow-
ed on the stand by Goldberg,
the former Supreme Court jus-
tice who was swamped by
Rockefeller in the 1970 race for
governor of New York. The
book was published shortly be-
fore the election.
IN A statement prepared for
the hearings, Goldberg said the
concealed financing of the book
and Rockefeller's delay in ad-
mitting responsibility "relate to
the integrity of the political
process."
"Our government depends
unon thegconsent of the gov-
erned, and the consent of the
governed is in danger of being
lost if oublic officials engage in
concealment, deception or il-
legality," Goldberg said.
He earlier had described the
unflattering biography as porno-
graphic and scurrilous, but
Rockefeller said it was no dif-
ferent from the criticism t h a t
most politicians are subjected

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ROME tPj - A midiskirted
young woman waved a poster
that sneered: "Honor your
father and get your mother to1
do the dirty work."
Young girls in jeans shouted
"Communism! Feminism! Com-
munism! Feminism!" and walk-
ed side by side with elegantly
dressed ladies and elderly wo-
men in black.
A GRIM - LOOKING lady with
gray hair tied in a- bun shouted
to every businessman in her
path, "You need us to get you
out of your mess."
It was Rome on Wednesday
night, and the 10,000-strong
demonstration signaled the
spread of women's lib south;
through Europe and its explo-
sion in the male bastion of
Italy.
The demonstrators chanted
"enough with exploitation'' as
they marched through the
streets demanding urgent re-
forms of Italy's family laws.
THE REFORMS have won
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the support of Italv's powerful
labor unions, and if approved
would give wives full equality
under the law and ensure legal
rights for illegitmate children.
"Italy's existing family law
is a 19th century creation," said
Lucia Saccucci, a factory work-
er who traveled 400 miles to
Rome for the protest.
"It demands that a girl fol-
lowv her husband wherever he
goes, even if he is an idle good-
for-nothing and she is the
breadwinner, bound by her
work to their home town."
T II E DEMONSTRATION,
swelled by hundred of men,
spanned both the social spec-
trum and the generation gap.
The protesters gathered to
criticize inaction over reform
proposals submitted to the
Chamber of Deputies in 1967.
The measures went to the Sen-
ate in 1972 and have languished
there.
Deploring parliament's slug-
gishness, a feminist magazine
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were photographs of senators
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