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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February 15, k1 971

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JOHN FORD'S 1939
STAGECOACH
John Wayne's first major role as a young out-
Idw made him a star in this classic western.
A group of people, each with a problem, takes
the stagecoach through Indian territory. The
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and John Carradine.
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International
Yadlin's guilty
TEL AVIV-A weeping Asher
Yadlin threw Israeli politics into
a turmoil yesterday as he aban-
doned his innocent plea on real
estate kickback charges and

said the money had gone to
Israel's ruling Labor party. {
Yadlin a leading political and}
financial leader in Israel until
his arrest last October, pleaded
guilty to charges involving only
$9,000 in 'kickbacks. But he said
he had been pressured into the
illegal money raising by Labor
party bosses, including two cur-
rent cabinet members.
Yadlin's charge drew quick

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denials from the party and
touched off pandemonium in Is-'
real's Parliament, where the
right-wing Likud opposition de-4
manded a debate on the affair.
"Everything I ever did was
for the party and the move-
ment," Yadlin said. "I made a
mistake and I regret it day
and night."
Yadlin, 53, reversed his ear-
lier plea of innocent and plead-
ed guilty to taking kickbacks
on 23 real estate deals and
evading land taxes. Yadlin had
struck a bargain with the prose-
cution to drop, at least tem-
porarily, charges of taking other
kickbacks worth $30,000.
Yadlin was chairman of the
Kupat Holim National Health
Fund and hqd been nominated
by Prime Minister Yitzhak Ra-
bin to become head of the Bank
of Israel, the nation's No. 2
financial job.
Yadlin's arrest last October
was a major embarrassment to
Rabin and triggered a deterio-
ration of the Labor party image
that is likely to hurt it in elec-
tions May 17.
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NEW DELHI, India - Vijya
Lakshmi Pandit, a revered In-
dian political figure and aunt of
Prime Minister Indira Gandhi,
joined the opposition to her
niece yesterday with a bitter
I denunciation of Gandhi's emer-
gency, government.
"Democratic institutions which

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we had built up through the where he worked and shot dead provides in tead for arbitration.
years of independence were five people and wounded several The companies are already
smothered and destroyed one' others before he shot and killed committed as part of the nego-
after another," she said in a himself. tiating agreement to minimum
statement. Police said the gunman, who wage and other improvements
The 76-year-old Pandit, a held them at bay for almost ten that industry officials estimate
former president of the United hours, apparently had shot him-' will raise hourly employment
Nations G e n e r a l Assembly, self early in the afternoon, but costs 26 per cent over the life
pledged to campaign actively to they were afraid to rush the six- of the three-year agreement to
defeat the prime minister-"my floor furniture warehouse be- be negotiated. The current con-
niece whom I love so much"- cause they were afraid he was tract expires July 31.
and the ruling Congress party in, holding oie or more hostages.
next m o n t h' s parliamentary The storage company em- President visits
elections. ploye, Fred Cowman, sprayed
S w 'n r i f I e bullets indiscriminately WASHINGTON - President
I will do nothing which might about the Neptune torage and Carter vowed to strengthen U.S.
urt ther personal, andit Moving Company just off the relations with Mexico yesterday
hurt her emotionally," Pandit mi teto hsNwYr as he welcomed Mexican Presi-
said. "I will disagree with her main street of this New York asden wloe d eianPei
solce a here it ve suburb. dent Jose Lopez Portillo, the
pcies and her political views, ok refuge in the first foreign head of state to
but I see no reason to run down oand police took up visit the White House since Car-
someone who is dear to me." boss's office,n the building. They 'ter assumed the presidency.
positions in tebidn.Te
Pandit is the sister of India ' avoided storming the office "Our problems are mutual.
first prime miniter, the late hideout for fear that he had Our future must -be shared,"
Jawaharlal N e h r u, Gandhi's captives. Carter said during ceremonies
father. on the Whit House lawn..
Meanwhile, hundreds of sight- -g n
She delivered a blistering at- seers jammed the area, causing I will go even further than
tack on the 20-month-old emer- a major crowd control problem ois rey ired throtediplom o
gency, which began with sus- for police. ctriesy h t deouoon
pension of civil liberties, impo- atriestogether in an unprecedent-
sition of press censorship and Contract talks ' ed and continual demonstration
failing of thousands of opposi- of common purpose, common
tion politicians. WASHINGTONThe steelin- hope, common confidence an
"It is of the highest impor- dustry opened contract talks common friendship, Carter
tance to put an end to the yesterday with union negotiators said.
Lopez Prilowopmie
authoritarian trend which has accusding the government's infla "o fat ngoodo will," old
grown to vast proportions and tion-fighting agency of "a crass th hiegooxecaith thaadi'
om-fghtig o a cassthe chief executive that "I'm
is destroying cherished values and unwarranted attempt to cetiiwna-sleou rb
which have guided us through terfere" with the negotiations. e ain we can solve our prob-
the freedom struggle, values trte Steelworkers President ship"eourrien-
whh uphol thediit, n I. W. Abel questioned whether Th'e welcoming ceremony was
w dl. the Council on Wage and Price marked by the elimination of
sInia's coalescing political op- Stability "sees itself as an im- a few frills that normally ac-
position got a lsychological bost partial government agency or as company the arrival of a for-
from Pandit's decision. She said thehandmaiden of the steel in- eign head of state.
she would support and campaign dsr. ____________
for candidates of the new Peo- Abel was responding to a
ple's party, formed by the mer- council report, issued as the State
ger of f o u r non-Communist steel talks began, which warned
groups, and the Congress for that union demands for lifetime
Democracy, a breakaway Con- job security programs could
gress organization led by for- prove counterproductive and re-sit n rh
mer agriculture minister Jag- sult in fewer jobs over the long LASN SteHos
..run. LANSING - S t a t e House
jivan Ram. rn
For the first time since inde- A lifetime security plan top- Minority Leader Dennis Caw-
pendence in 1947, the opposition ped an ambitious list of de- thorne (R-Muskegon), said yes-
can nw claim ha e and the steelworkers placed terday his colleagues may sup-
on their side. on the bargaining table. Abel port a tax cut if Democrats do
said the report could undercut not back Gov. William Milli-
the union's bargaining position. ken's budget stabilization pro-
National The industry'schief negotiator posal.
did not comment on the specific Cawtnorne told reporters the
proposal, but said any signifi- GOP caucus would seriously
cant wage and benefit agree- consider withholding support for
Employe:s ment would almost certainly re- legislation needed to prevent an
sult in higher steel prices. I automatic tax cut from taking
revenge The talks, covering nearly| effect on July 1.
340,000 workers employed by the Such a move would leave the
NEW ROCHELLE-A gunman nation's ten biggest steel pro-Democrats in the politically un-
who idolized Hitler went on a ducers, will be conducted under comfortable position of either
shooting rampage yesterday in a negotiating agreement that taking responsibility for block-
a moving company warehouse bans an industrywide strike and ing a tax cut or accepting the
cut and the resulting 'loss in
revenue.
'Disaster
PTA declaration?
LANSING-Gov. William Mil-
liken has asked 'President Car-
iii, 'ter to upgrade his emergency
declaration for Michigan to a
major disaster declaration - a
move which would result i re-
imbursement for public dam-
ages and snow removal costs.
The disaster declaration would
also mean private citizens would
be eligible for low interest and
federally-guaranteed loans.
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