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Page Twelve

CHE MICHIGAN DAILY

hursday, April 14, 1977

Page Twelve ~HE MiCHIGAN DAiLY hursday, Apri? 14, 1977

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LANSING (UPI) - The state
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hazards involved in highly con-
troversial research aimed at
creating new life forms and
altering existing ones.
At the request of health Di-
rector Maurice Reizen, the State
Occupational Health Standards
Commission yesterday establish-
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draft rules for the protection of
lab workers conducting so-call-
ed "recombinant DNA" re-
search involving the transfer of
genetic material from one or-
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Letelier details repression,
rights violations in Chile

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as "Cuban exiles in Miami
their CIA connections R
Chilean terrorists - DINA
ents" (Chilean secret polic
IN ADDITION, she toldo
letter written by the officia
charge of DINA requesting
ditional funds to "send D
agents on diplomatic missb
abroad and for the neutral
tion of anti-government per
nel abroad."
"They neutralized Orla
last year and in addition t]
neutralized Randi Moffitt, a
S. citizen. They have brou
their terror to the streets oft
country," she said.
Letelier increased the sc
of her topic to include the
pression in Chile. "There w
12,000 children under the ag
12 arrested by the coup.
was adenounced in Geneva
the U. N. Commission onI
man Rights. The Chilean re
sentative did not deny th
charges. He said, 'we are g
ering the children to put th
in suitable places . . .' Ic
think of more suitable place
put children than pr
camps."
Cheerleader,
students/
-men
MUMER
TEACHING JOBS - DIREC
"TRAVEL ACROSS T
-T
SUNDAY, APRIL
THE CIVIC CEN
(Prudden Ha

SHE TALKED of the initial Chilean government disavows
and terror of the disappearances of all knowledge of those who have
and people in Chile and their later disappeared. "The junta claims
ag- ramifications. Since 1973, there that these people either left the
e). has been an estimated 30,000 country or were never born.
a Chileans who have disappeared Mothers go to the office where
o and whose present status is births are registered and are
1 in either unknown or they are told that there is no record- of
ad- known to be dead. that person ever being born.
INA "It's not only the anguish of The mothers say, I was there,
ions not knowing where a loved per- I've seen him at his first com-
iza- son is and what is being done munion, at his graduation . ..'
son- to them - are they being tor- Another thing they say is
tured? Are they dead? There that the disappeared people
ndo are also the practical aspects," have hitchhiked out of the
hey she said.I country. There was a pregnant
U Letelier said that many people woman in her eighth month.
ight have been missing for nearly They said she went hitchhiking
this three years and talked about out of the country, through the
the problems that the families mountains."
ope encounter. "Usually, the hus- SHE BEGAN to talk of hope-
re- band disappears, although many ful signs that are appearing:
vere women have disappeared. No- "Everyyone who is decent. (in
Th. body will hire a woman who Chile) has signed petitions for
by has been claiming her husband j the disappeared. The last peti-
Hu- disappeared. tion was signed by 2000 people.
pre- THE MILITARY doesn't These were professional people,
ese think she's suitable for employ- conservative people, people who
ath- ment. She can't sell her house had opposed Allende, who had
hem because her husband is not supported the coup.
can there to sign for it. After three "The U. N. Commission on
s to years, there is no money left," Human Rights approved a reso-
ison she explained. lution condeining the repres-
According to Letelier, the sion in Chile. The previous ad-
ministration abstained. This ad-
ministration, not only voted
s-Pom Pon Persons against the violations but they
co-sponsored the resolution.
/teachers /coaches This is a sign of hope."
and women- Susan Borstein of the-Nation-
IfE STATES al Chilean Center also spoke
JOBS last night. She outlined various
actions people can undertake,
CTOR'S POSITIONS ~including sponsoring a Chilean
NE t1ATf " stident who is currently in pri-
lIE NTION"AS~~ son to study at this University.
IRYOITS- Other actions she recommended
were writing to representatives
E 17, 10-12 AM and 1-4 PM to urge passage of a bill which
TER - Lansing, Michigan introduces guidelines for U. S.
l) Call (517) 646-6709 representatives voting on multi-
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