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Friday, February 7, 1975


'Page Three

Friday, February 7, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Sen. Jackson



Henry Jackson (D-Wash.) for-
mally unveiled his candidacy
for the 1976 Democratic presi-
dential nomination last night
by pledging to use the White
House "to help the people in
this country who are getting
Considered by many Demo-
crats the closest thing to a front
runner in a growing, wide-open
race, Jackson has already rais-
ed at least $1 million, more
than any potential candidate
except Alabama Gov. George
Wallace. The 62-year-old sen-
ator, who has been running ever
since he flopped in his party's
1972 race, made his formal dec-
laration in a five-minute, filmed
telecast after the CBS Thurs-
day Night Movie's showing of
HE THUS joined Rep. Morris
Udall of (D-Ariz.), former Gov.

Jimmy Carter of Georgia and.
former Sen. Fred Harris of Ok-
lahoma in a field that will in-
clude Sen. Lloyd Bentsen Jr.
(D-Tex.) on Feb. 17.
The favorite of many Demo-
cratic party regulars and old-I
line labor leaders, Jacksonf
sought in his announcement to
counter opposition from party
liberals long opposed to his pro-
Pentagon voting record and his
support of Vietnam war policy.!
"I want to see arms reduc-
ed," the senator declared, butj
he renewed his opposition to
the administration's U.S.-Soviet
Vladivostok arms limitation
plan, which he said is actually
"going to cost billions of dol-
lars more for the defense bud-
get." He called for mutual arms
reductions "because we have
more than enough in strategic
arms both in America and the
Soviet Union than we need for

the security of either nation."
THE TELECAST also includ-
ed film clips and an announcer
praising him as "the most ex-
perienced and kowledgeable
Democratic leader in the coun-
try today." Jackson used his
portion of the program to cri-
ticize the Republican adminis-
tration of Richard Nixon and
President Ford, without naming
"For the past six years," heI
said, "the Republican adminis-
tration has been tilting in favor
of big business, the large cor-
porations, the people who can
take care of themselves.
"And the little people - lit-
tle business, the elderly, the
young, across the board -
have been the ones who have
been taking the beating," he
added, declaring "I want to
change that tilt to help these
"I'M NOT against big busi-
ness," said Jackson. "I'm for
the profit motive, I'm for in-
"But what is needed is to re-
dressvthe balance, to tilt back
in favor of those who need the
help because that will help the
whole country," he added.

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An amputated utility pole attests to the wicked driving conditions along the eastern coast
the past few days. Snow and icy roads were responsible for the pole losing a battle with a
motor vehicle near Chestertown, Md.

Thieves seize masterpieces


URBINO, Italy (1P) - Daring place in this town in northeast
thieves broke into the Ducal Italy in 1949.
Palace before dawn yesterday Police said the thieves ap-
and escaped with three price- parently climbed up a scaffold
less Renaissance masterpieces being used for restoration work
by Raphael and Piero della on the 15th century museum-
Francesca. palace, then cleared a 30-foot-
Officials called it the "great- wide air shaft perhaps swing-
est art theft in modern Italy" ing by ropes, to reach a win-
and said the loss was so great dow opening into the Hall of
"we may as well close the Angels, where the works were
museum down to the public." on display. They removed all
STOLEN in the meticulously three paintings from their
timed raid were Raphael's "La frames and then used the same
Muta," or mute girl, and the route to escape.
"Flagellation of Christ" and the Police said the raid took
"Madonna of Senigallia," both place between 30 minutes past
painted on wood by della Fran- midnight and 2:30 a.m., or ex-
cesca. "La Muta" had been actly between patrols by the
stolen during World War II but museum's two guards.
was traced to Germany and ART EXPERTS expressed
brought back to Raphael's birth- alarm that the paintings were
Tieu expects U.S.

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removed from their frames and
pleaded with the thieves to han-
dle the works with utmost care.
"Transporting them in that
condition is like subjecting a
man without a kidney to great
physical exercise," said the
Central Restoration Institute
in Rome.
Because of its high stone
walls, the Ducal Palace had
been considered one of the more
secure museums in Italy, where
scores of churches and small
museums are unprotected by
guards. But the Ducal Palace
had no alarm system, and for
nearly a year, the local press
had been campaigning for re-
moval of the scaffolding on the
grounds it would only lure
A broken window, however,
was the only evidence of forced
entry and police refused to rule
out that the thieves had re-

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