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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesdoy, November 28; -1,972

Poge Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, November 28, 1972

Romney resigns from HUD,

plans to begin privat

By UPI and Reuters
WASHINGTON - George Rom-
ney yesterday announced his re-
signation as secretary of the De-
partment of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD) to create a
non-governmental "body of truth-
seekers and communicators" who
could help enlighten the public on
real political issues.

Romney became the first maj-
or member of Nixon's official
family to have his resignation ac-
cepted by Nixon since the Presi-
dent's Nov. 7 re-election victory.
Romney said he would leave
as soon as his successor is ,con-
firmed.
At a news conference, Rom-
ney said the "real issues" were

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SECRETARY GEORGE ROMNEY announces yesterday his plans to leave the Department of Housing
and Urban Development as soon as a successor is approved by Congress.

MacSTIOFAIN RELOCATED:

IRA leader's

fast continues;

anti-subversive law proposed

ana
MOSCOW (P) - The state set jobs and expelled from the Com- los
aside a tract of land in the moun- munist party. E s
tains of sun-kissed Soviet Georgia Among them were R. Yenukidze, det
where pipeline workers could build coordinator of the cooperative, S. ga
modest weekend cottages, grow a Mikadze, first secretary of t h e sai
few vegetables and relax. Communist party in the Leninsky scr
Before long the cooperative tract district of Tbilisi, where the wheel- sev
was swarming with imposters who ing-dealing took place, and his de- wh
had never been near a pipeline, puty S. Sarishvili.H
and 989 of the cooperative's 1,499 Pravda's exposure of the man- tur
members "had built or were build- sion builders was the latest of a org
ing not small cottages /but huge series of critical press reports on
mansions," Pravda reported yester- Georgia that have concided with uila
day widespread political shakeups in wil
The biggest mansion of all was the Caucasian republic, w h e r e Con
occupied by K. Montselidze, chief illicit free enterprise is a way of par
of the repair trust for the Trans- life. eff
caucasian Gas Pipeline. The Central Committee of t h e
According to Pravda, the house national party looked into the sit-: cha
was "of fantastic dimensions and uation early this year and in March ne
beauty." It had a large marble ter- issued a scathing decree calling for Co
race, private use of a forest area reform and accusing Georgia of for
and was surrounded by a high wall. being a hotbed of embezzlement, tio
It was "like a Georgian f a i r y profiteering, bribery and idleness. Ga
tale," the Communist party daily
"Numerous other workers of the OPENINwr TrH RSI
trust followed the example of their
chief," Pravda continued.
Many people got into the cooper- UNIVERSITY PLA YE
ative -by bribing officials to get PRESENT
them jobs with the gas line trust
and then quit the jobs after get-
ting a building plot. " L I
The private building was done by "0 LD I
commandeered labor brigades with
"the most modern materials and by HAROLD P
equipment" diverted from state (An Experiment in New
projects.
After an exhaustive investigation,
Pravda said, Montselidze and sev- Nov: 30, Dec. 3, 4
en other mansion builders w e r e 8:00 p.m.
dismissed from their prestigious PERFORMED AT THE
Community Center
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1-3-5-7-9 P.M. *ALL SEATING UNRESERVED. (Beco
13 79PM this theatrical event, most of the aud
floorD.
n" A -DEPT. OF SPEECH COMMUNIC

lobbying
discussed during Nixon's suc-
sful race for re-election be-
use both the President and hisj
.mocratic challenger, S e n .
orge McGovern, feared that to
so would cost them votes. '
Romney, in a letter to Nixon,
id that among the vital issues
discussed in the election cam-
gn were the problems of the
es, U.S. industry in world
mpetition and the growing pow-
of trade unions and business
porates and their relationship
anti-trust laws.f
Unless we take steps to
engthen collective bargaining
etween unions and employers)
d free enterprise, we m i g h t
e both," he said.
Romney provided no specific
ails of the private citizens or-
nizations he was planning. He
d he could start it from
atch or could build on one of
veral existing organizations
ich have sought his services.
He said it would be "prema-
e" to name any of the existing
ganizations.
"I do want to correct one spec-
tion," Romney said. "What I
1 organize is not a 'Republican
)mmon Cause.' It will not be a
rtisan effort or just a lobbying
ort."
One report. published last week
aracterized Romney's plan-
d group as a GOP-oriented
mmon Cause, the citizen lobby
med by former Health, Educa-
n and Welfare Secretary John
rdner.
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DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ailing Myles Shevlin, said the IRA leader
guerrilla leader Sean MacStiofain might die before today.
was airlifted to a military prison The proposed bill reverses rules
hospital outside Dublin for secur- of evidenceby allowing a judge to
ity reasons last night, only hours convict if a senior police officer
after thesIrish government t o o kswears under oathrthat an accused
new steps to crack down on the person is a member of an illegal'
Irish Republican Army '(Iorganization.
A talnnntt" fl n 'RnnC'in~i

jority of one in the Dail (Parlia-
ment), the law is likely to be sup-
ported by many members of the op-
position Fine Gael and Labor Par-
ty groups.
The Dail will debate the measures
tomorrow and may vote on them
the same day.

A nencote ewractoin
aW The law would also allow a n y Meanwhile, shooting in Belfast
fro Dbli'sMater Hsialt h
fstatement or action "implying or and demonstrations in Dublin and
Curragh Army Camp, 20 miles out- leading to a reasonable inference" London continued yesterday and
side the city. that an accused is a member of a British officials feared the I R A'
Justice Minister Desmond O'Mal- banned group to be used in evi- might stage a hijacking in protest
ley said the action was taken "for dence against him. of MacStiofain's sentencing.
carU ri L aenne ad nAI rvdsifi thtth a ilreo

-Newsweek
Eivira
D.GH.La re'tces
irgrLC!',the ~bsy

secre easns na speuicny n It provides that the failure of
order to safeguard both the pa- any person to deny published re-
tients and staff of the Mater Hos- prsta ewsamme fa
nita" where anght otie efftnt illegal organization can also be ac-
night made an abortive effort to cepted as evidence that he was. The
free the jailed MacStiofain. maximum penalty on conviction
The move came as small groups under the law would be five years
of demonstrators picketed the hos- in jail, a $2,600 fine, or both.
pital where MacStiofain, under po- These measures are specifically
lice guard, was on the ninth day of aimed at giving the government of
a hunger-and-thirst strike. Premier Jack Lynch powers to get
The government ordered police to around legal difficulties which have
keep a close watch on government kept most Republican guerrillas
officials and foreign diplomats s out of prison.
fears mounted that the, IRA might AlthuhLnhsFan
stage a kidnap attempt to gain a though Lynch's Fianna F a i
hostage for the release of Mac- Party has a precarious over-all ma-
Stiofain.
At the same time, the govern- aThe Michigan Daily, edited and man-
At th sametimeged by students at the University of
ment announced its proposals for: Michigan. News phone: 764-0562. Second
new Iegislation under which it Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich-
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illegal organizations for five years. Iday through Sunday morning Univer-
On Saturday, the London-b o r n sity year. Subscription rates: $10 by
MacStiofain was jailed for six carrier (campus area); $11 local mail
monts th minmum entece'(in Mich. or Ohio); $13 non-local mail
monts -theminium entnce(other states and foreign).
possible - but he has sworn to Summer Session published Tuesday
fast until he is freed or dead. through Saturday morning. Subscrip-
tion rates: $5.50 by carrier (campus
The Mater Hospital said yester. area); $6.50 local mall (in Mich. or
day that MacStiofain's condition Ohio); $7.50 non-local mail (other'
,, - states and foreign).

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HANDEL'S MAGNIFICENT ORATORIO

The Christmas season begins in Ann Arbor with the traditional performances of this favorite work which the
University Choral Union has presented for over 90 years. Donald Bryant conducts the chorus, members of the
Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra, and soloists, in three performances in Hill Auditorium. Soloists are Louise
Russell, soprano, Sofia Steffan, contralto,. Waldie Anderson, tenor, and Benjamin Matthews, bass.
Performances on Friday and Saturday, December 1 and 2, at 8:30, and on Sunday, December 3, at 2:30. Ticketsj
available at $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, and $4.

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