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Wednesday, Morn z r, i y f-t

THE MIU-IiGAN DAJL( Wednesday, March LI, viit

Second Ward Dem
admits lettuce-eating
Despite publicly backing the United Farm Workers (UFW), Mary
Richman, Democratic Party candidate for the Second Ward City
Council post last night admitted eating non-UFW lettuce.
Although terming her action - "a mistake for which I'm sorry,"
Richman said that during the fall term she regularly ate non-union
lettuce at the Law Quad where she lives.
Richman made the statement in response to a question posed
at a debate with her Human Rights Party (HRP) opponent Kathy
Kozachenko held at Alice Lloyd Hall before about 135 students.
"OCCASIONALLY I ATE non-UFW lettuce last fall, but I have
not done so in the last five months," she told the generally antagonistic
crowd, five days before Monday's city election.
Kozachenko, who has helped organize lettuce boycott activities
locally, criticized Richman's stand for lacking real substance. "Verbal
support at election time is quite meaningless," she said.
However, Richman claimed she had stopped eating the non-union
lettuce long before considering running for council and chastised those
who remain "hypocritical" on the issue by "wearing boycott lettuce
buttons, but keep a head of lettuce in the refrigerator."
RICHMAN added that last fall she saw no reason to make a sym-
bolic gesture by not consuming lettuce "since it had been bought" and
the protest would have had no "economic affect'. She said she now
regrets the decision.
"I have pledged I won't eat lettuce again," Richman declared,
after pointing out she had supported the boycott in the past.
The rest of the debate centered on an uneventful discussion of the
rent control and marijuana ballot proposals, and other standard cam-
paign issues.
Mitchell's lawyer tries
to rip Dean's testimony
(Continued from Page 1) DEAN IS awaiting sentencing on
eral Richard Kliendienst that the the conspiracy conviction and
Grand Jury was a "runaway"- hopes, according to what Fleming
that is, asking questions beyond the; told him: "Whatever testimony you
scope of the investigation. give will be brought to the atten-
tion of the judge who sentences
"YOU DID NOT advise him;you." The composed, stoic wit-
(Nixon) because Mitchell did not .ness agreed.
so advise you," Fleming said. I Mitchell, former director of the
"Wasn't the real reason Mitchell Committee to Re-Elect the Presi-
was calling you was to advise the dent, and Stans, who became Fi-
White House that assistant U.S. I nance Director of the Re-Election
Attorneys here were asking ques- Committee after resigning as Com-
tions about people totally unrelated merce Secretary, along with Vesco,
to Vesco like Donald Segretti and now a fugitive, are charged with
E. Howard Hunt?" Fleming asked. obstruction of justice, conspiracy
"No," Dean replied. ( and perjury.





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to make realistic plans
By Robert Bergin
If you are confidently planning a career, this must mean that
you are expecting some degree of normalcy in civilized society in the
coming years.
In the light of some recent warnings from the Pentagon, con-
cerning the possible failure of the SALT II talks, and in the light
of what the Fatima message reveals to us, you may be expecting too
Perhaps you have heard off and on that you live in an apoca-
lyptic age. Many voices are telling us that. Perhaps you are not quite
sure just what that signifies. Perhaps you just shrug your shoulders
anyway and setle down to planning that career. Well, before you get
too absorbed in that, let us take a look at what the Fatima revela-
tions tell us is in store for the world.
The Fatima crusade simply announces a message from Heaven.
The message is both an exhortation and a warning. The message has
been largely ignored, both the exhortation and the warning. The free
world is soon to reap the wild harvest, the bloody terror and the
agony, that comes from neglect of the message.
The Communist countries have been experiencing this terror
and this agony for long decades now. Solzhenitsyn has described It
very well in his books, one of which was published only recently in
the press.
There is a climax to the great drama of Communism's desperate
attempt at world domination. The prophecies of Fatima indicate that
Communism will largely succeed in its campaign to conquer the world.
It will be a major triumph of evil brought about by the sins of the
'permissive' age in which we live. This Communist success is to come
about through the instrumentality of a third World War, in which,
according to the Fatima prophecies, several entire nations will be
There are clear signs now that the Soviets will soon be ready
to launch this nuclear blitzk':ieg. But just prior to this tremendous
moment in history we are to receive, according to the promise of
Heaven, a warning sign.
On July 13th 1917, the vision at the Cova da Iria, the Mother
of the Saviour herself, told the children that a 'strange unknown
light' would illuminate the night skies to warn the world that it was
about to be punished by (a) war (b) famine (c) persecution of the
Church (d) persecution of the Pope in Rome.
This strange unknown light is primarily and substantially a last
warning to us to pray, to fall on our knees in contrition before God
for our sins, to beg our neighbour's forgiveness for any wrongs we
have done him. For we may well be amongst the many millions who
will perish in the conflagration.
But we must not stop at this point in the great drama. Many
millions will die in this vast upheaval but the world will be purified


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