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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 24, 1972

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAiLY

Chile strike spreads as

Russians waive tax;
36 Jews to leave

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ATTENTION! TEMPORARILY CHANGED

DIAL 668-6416
A man went looking for America.
And couldn't find it anywhere...

food

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dwindle

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SANTIAGO (P) - A shortage ofl
food and fuel in Santiago became
more acute yesterday as doctors,
dentists and private schoolteach-
ers joined a nationwide strike
movement against Chile's leftist
government.
The country's anti-Marxist op-;
position called for a "day of si-

.m.- . .J XJ -AL T T .-J. . .. 1- MOSCOW (A) -36 Soviet Jews -
- including a man separated from
lence" today in which all opposed office demarding guarantees of job his American bride - were told
to President Salvador Allende's security and unhampered labor ac- yesterday they can leave Russia
program's to "lead Chile down tivity, an end to expropriations and without paying the disputed di-
the road to socialism" would stay the right of organizations not spon- ploma tax, Jewish sources report-
home. sored by the government to oper- ed.
Truck drivers, small business- ate. This brought to 175 the number
men, doctors, dentists, engineers The Interior Ministry said 34 per- of families for whom the tax has
and architects delivered a petition sons were arrested Sunday after been waived since the U n i t e d
to President Salvador Allende's r .n.ie r n States and the Soviet Union sign-

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24 CAREER PLANNING & PLACEM
DAY CALENDAR 3200 SAB
Music School: Wind instrument stu- ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS: O
dents, SM Recital Hall, 12:30 pnm. Carnegie Mellon Univ. - Grad
Biophysics Seminar: G. Summerfield, of Indust. Admin.; Office of
"Inelastic Neutron Scattering from ment & Budget, Exec. Office
Polymers," 618 Physics~ - Astronomy President; & Montgomery Ward
Bldg., 1 pm. On Oct. 26, Northwestern Univ.t
Ctr. for Coord. of Ancient & Modern ate School of Mgt. & Emory
Studies: J. H. D'Arms, "Urban Prob- School of Law. On Oct. 27, Sear;
lems & Pressures in Ancient Rome," buck & Co. & Emory Univ. Scb
2009 Angell Hall, 2:10 pm. Law.
LSA Coffee Hour: Chemistry Dept.,
3003 Chem. Bldg., 3 pm. ORGANIZATIONAL MEETINGS
Physics Seminer: D. N. Williams, "In- Uo ahntnSme
finite Wave Function Renormalization U of M Washington Summer
in the Scalar Field Model," P & A Col- Program Mass Meeting, Oct.2E
loq. Rm., 4 pm. PM, UGLI Multi purpose room.
Extension Service & English Dept:
Uoetry reading by Thomas Transtro--
mer, Swedish poet & psychologist,
UGLI, Multipurpose Rm., 4:10 pm.
Computing Center: L. Flanigan & J.
Henriksen, "GASP-I," Seminar Rn.,
Comp. Ctr., 7:30 pm.
WUOM: "Symposium 72," live ques-
tions & answers with E. Connors, dir.,
U. Hosp.; R. Anderson, Dir., HealthTO
Serv.; & B. Stulberg, chairman, Med. Totdn Cucl al-nnmbr,74
Studnt ounil;call-in numbers, 764-
1550, WUOM-FM, 91.7, 8 pm.
Music School: University Baroque
Trio, Rackham Aud., 8 pm./1/
University Players: Beckett's "End-j
game," Arena Theatre, Frieze Bldg., 8
p.m.
'Rive Gauch: German. Language night,
1024 Hill St., 9 pm.

terroris s atcs sin several parts
of Chile, where 20 of 25 provinces
are under a state of emergency, a!
form of martial law.
This capital of three million resi-'
dents was feeling the pinch of a
trucking strike which began Oct.j
10 and a shopkeepers strike more
than a week old.
Gen. Hector Munoz, who heads
the Santiago emergency zone where
a midnight-to-dawn curfew is in ef-
fect, banned sale of gasoline to
private motorists through t h e
weekend.'
Neighborhood deliveries of fresh
milk were sharply reduced over the
weekend and families were limited1
to two bottles each in one subur-
ban neighborhood.

ed their landmark trade agreement
last week. However, there was still
no indication the authorities h a d
repealed the tax.
The tax was imposed by a secret
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decree last Aug. 3. Although it has
not been published, it has b e e n
justified in the Soviet press as a
measure to collect from emigrants
the public expense for their high-
er education.
Among the 36 told yesterday they
could leave without paying was
Gabriel Shapiro. Shapiro married
Judy Silver of Cincinnati, Ohio, in
a private religious seremony in
Moscow last June.
His bride was forced to leave the
country and soon afterward Sha-,
piro was convicted for failing to
meet a military obligation.
Although pleased about the re-
cent waivers, Jewish sources in
Moscow saw the loosening-up as a
temporary step to blunt criticism in
the American Congress, where con-
sent is needed for the Soviet-Amer-
ican trade pact.
Ir

PETER FONDA
DENNIS HOPPER

Everyone

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