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aundo'Y, December 5, 1076

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

3unday, December 5, 1 ~Y16 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

LOCKHEED. SCANDAL TAINTS ELECTIONS:

Japanese
'TOKYO (UPI) - Voters wend' ABOUT

vote

tdo0day
dieted the Soc-ialists would

Calif. rep. dliverted f n sf rp ro a
fud or ersna

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Ohio Area --make a note of the
following event: Columbus Careers
Conference Dec. 29-30. Must be re-
ceiving degree by Jan. 31. '78 -
Jun:ors & Seniors look into this
opportunity.

77 MILLION Japa-I

fin-

to polling stations across Japan nese were eligible to cast bal-
today to vote in a general elec- lots for all 511. seats in the
tion that could cost the scan- House of Representatives, the
dal-tainted, pro-American rul- lower house of Japan's parlia-
ing party its parliamentary ma- ment. A heavy turnout was ex-
jority for the first time in dec- pected.
ades. The final results are expected
Leaders of the ruling Liberal to be known about 4 a.m. EST
Democratic Party (LDP), en- tomorrow.
meshed in the $12 million Lock- Newspaper surveys have pre-
heed payoff scandal, and the dicted the ruling Liberal Demo-
opposition parties alike were un- cratic party will get from 244
certain about their strength. to 268 seats. The polls also pre-
Carter appointee
rumors proliferate
(Continued from Page 1) tial retreat at Camp David,
in his unsuccessful race for gov- Md., are "conjecture that didn't
ernor in 1966 and in his suc- involve me."
cessful campaign for that office
in 1970. He is credited witih HE SAID he has asked the
charting the Carter presidential White House to send him pho,
campaign's path through the tographs of the layout at Camp
maze of new campaign laws. David so he will be familiar
with it on his first visit.
TALKING WITH reporters in He said he intends to return
bright sunshine, Carter said he to Plains from Washington as
would not go to Washington for often as possible and will not
the inaugural ceremonies until set up any other private re-
Jan. 19 - the very eve of In- treats. Plains will remain his
auguration Day-to avoid creat- home even after he leaves the
ing the impression he is assum- White House, he said.
ing power before he is sworn Carter was reminded that
in. President John F. Kennedy in-
At the barbecue he appeared vited poet Robert Frost to read
comfortable in blue jeans, work, a poem at his inauguration and
shirt, Army fatigue jacket, hik- was asked if he had a similar
ing boots and a brass belt buck- idea.
le that displayed, an anchor and
the initials of the U.S. Navy. HE SAID he has made no final
plans but immediately brought
HE SAID he doesn't intend up the possibility of inviting
to change his style of dress prizewinning poet James Dick-
when he enters the White House. ey.
"I'll do the proper things on "I hate to knock. other poets
state occasions, of course," he but he's the best poet I know,"
said. "But when I meet with Carter said.
people in-my house in Plains Dickey has written a number
or when I had personal guests of controversial books and is not
at the governor's mansion in At- unfamiliar with salty language.
lanta, I wore' jeans." Carter, joking, said Dickey
Carter said reports that he might stand a better chance,
plans to abandon the presiden- "if he let me censor it."
Angry TeXas killerI
begs for exection

ish second, with somewhere be- WA S H I N G T 0 N (P) - IT DESCRIBED Wilson as used only "perhaps half of it" s3byu2n aFridayforW.aturaay ana Institute of Paper Chemistry, Ap-
tween 116 and 139. Rep. Charles Wilson (D-Calif.) one of the leading supporters in for his personal use. Sunday.items apear once only.
tween116 nd 13. ppStudent' organization notices are pleon wisc., invites your interest
has acknowledged converting Congress of the South Korean Such diversions of campaign not accepted for publication. For in new programs leading to de-
PRIME MINISTER Takeo 'i thousands of dollars In cam- government of Park Chung funds are not illegal under fed- more information, phone 764-9270. I.,rees 'n organic'pbyslcal chemlatry,
ki leads the ruling Liberal Dem- paign contributions to his per- Hee. And it noted Wilson's "ex- eral or California law, officials CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT physics, b ology, economics, bus.
ocratics, for months wracked sonal use, the Washington Post tensive personal travel to said. But they are prohibited by 4200 sAo - 764-7460 admin.. math. Further details avail-
by the Lockheed Aircraft Corp.' said i today's editions. South Korea," including a 1975 the House of Representatives' If you are from the ColumbusI able. Appi. deadline, March '77.
payoffs scandal. The Justice Department, ;trip during which he married stands of conduct, the story
However, the 69-year-old Miki w h i c h is investigating his Korean - American wife. noted.
may be ousted from premier- South Korean efforts to buy in- The story said Wilson ac- e,4 7/Z?7
ship - no matter whether his fluence on Capitbl Hill, is knowledged during an interview IT QUOTED Wilson as say-
part wis orloss - n aknown to be gathering infor-in hesw otng mppr;
party wins or loses - in, a maton on Wilsonhalthough he(that he has withdrawn $14,740 ighe4sa0wnong ispoper AUDIT IONS
mationon Wilon altough h I . ;with his personal use of theAU I ON
post-election party convention is not now a primary target of 1 from his campaign funds during money or what the Post said
to be called around Dec. 20. the probe," the Post said. j the past two years. He said he were other unexplained trans-
Miki's ,decision to "get to the - - ~ ~ ~ ~ -~~- -- - - fers of his campaign funds. MONDAY DECEMBER 13
bottom" of charges that the" Wilson said he reported the,
s.n arert man uf2acturer D o e s m oo in ex p lain money he took on his tax re- 7:00 11:00pm.
spent moe tan $12 inanI turns, but the Post said it was. TRUEBLOOD AUD,
to promote plane sales in Japan I unable to obtain copies of those
has earned him a host of ene- * 1, 1 returns from Wilson or his staff.
ies wisinss partya IV in 11 I111s( SI11 s- 7ZWilson, 59 and a seven-term*
the bcycongressman, was not opposed;
THE GOVERNMENT'S "thor- in the general election in No-'-4
ough investigation" has led to' MOSCOW (UPI) - A Soviet forces of the moon and sun on vember and had only nominal
the indictments of several rank- scientist may have solved the the earth and the mysterious! primary opposition. However,
ing party members, including mystery of the Bermuda Tri- disappearance of ships and! his campaign treasury raisedeb y
former Prime Minister Kakuei angle with a hypothesis that planes in the so-called Bermuda: about $50,000, the Post said. Lydia mendelS80hn ebruary17
Tanaka on a charge of accept- also could predict earth and Triangle,, Devil's Sea off Japan 04 44AOZ
ing a $1.67 million bribe from seaquakes in many parts of the and eight similar areas. IT SAID UNNAMED lobby- '
Lockheed. world, the government newspa- Yelkin sid ach diso
.. elin ai eah isaper- ists characterized Wlo as-

Tanaka, 58, is free on bail.
He has resigned from the rul-
ing party but is running as an
independent in his native prov-
ince of Niigata. He is expect-
ed to win re-election handily.
Two other ranking Liberal-
Democrats indicted in the
Lockheed case - former Trans-
portation Minister Tomisaburo
Hashimoto, 75, and former Dep-,
uty Transportation Minister Ta-
kayuki Sato -- are also run-
ning and newspaper surveys
show they are expected to win.
Fast buck

per Izvestia said yesterday. ah"Con
Izvestia said Dr. A. I. Yelkin, o new or fuil moon, when the seeke
professor of physical and mathe-r of the una moo n are Wi
maticalsusciencesn ate the Mos-
matical sciences at the Mos- strongest.on the equator. dingt
cow Institute of Building Engi-; was
neering, correctly predicted last "THE REGULARITY found Kuanl
summer that an earthquake opermits the supposition that at wanes
would hit Turkey in late No- such moments in the regions of ton.I
vember. the Bermuda and other trian- the1
s gies the moon-solar tides can tion,
UNDER HIS hypothesis there cause the movement of ionized~
would be danger of earth andmagmtemoltenrock under.
seaquakes Dec. 5-8 and 20-25'magmanmoto c un
and Jan. 18-22 in Turkey, New turn gives birth to magnetic +-
Zealand, Japan, South America anomalies," Yelkin said.
and California, Izvestia said. "Ti oldpeetcovn l
The newspaper said Yelkin This could prevent conven-
found a correlation between the tional and gyro magnetic com-
passes and other electric anda
electronic devices from func -
tioning properly, thus leading to,
l plane and ship accidents," he
Schemlnti said

gress' most aggressive
er of contributions."
son told the Post his wed-
trip to South Korea in 1975
arranged by Gen., Ho Shu-
g, a minister in the Tai-
se embassy in Washing-
He said it was paid for by
Pacific Cultural Founda-
a Taiwan - based group.

., ;_

pledges bg payof
(Continued from Page 1) } be careful who you sell your
"I can't believe how skeptic- letter to. You must sell to re-
al people are," countered one liable people," he advised.
seller. ,'I know I can find two As long as the letter keeps'
people to buy my letters." moving, theoretically, nobody,
Arvidson is similarly optimis- loses. And one freshperson in-1
tic. "I really think that I'll sists that "anyone can give a
make $100 or $200," he said. good sales pitch ... who around I
"Actually, you hold your fate ; here doesn't want to earn a
in your own hands. You have to few extra dollars?"

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(Continued from Page 1)
anything," he said.
"Instead of going forward
we're going backwards. Society
is not advancing when it brings
in capital punishment."
WHITE SAID HE had "fin-
ally put together" how three
persons died, "and it's a hell-
uva thing to live with."
"I'm not going to ask for
forgiveness from no one be-
cause I don't deserve it," he!
said.
But he is unhappy about the!
delays in his execution date,
sought by his former attorney
and others.
"IT'S BOTHERING the devil
outta me. Because they're vio-'
lating by rights by it. I was
scheduled to die on Dec. 10 and

that's what I'm fully expecting.
If they don't then I'm going to
seek attorneys to get the whole
thing threw out.
"Because- any man's rights
can be violated. I think a man
has the right to decide if he
wants to die or not. I don't think
nobody else has got a right to I
butt into it." -
The pressure of waiting and
not knowing for sure weighs
heavily on White. His eyes are,
sunken and the bags hang
heavy and dark underneath.
"I read some, watch televi-
sion some, sleep some. I read
mystery books, library books.
Right now I'm reading a book
on Johnny Cash.
"Tt's cruel. Any man who sits
on death row any length of time
knows it's cruel and unusual
punishment."

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with THE UNIVERSITY PHILHARMONIC and
the CONTEMPORARY DIRECTIONS ENSEMBLE

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THE PLANETS -
by Gustav Hoht __

Gay Delonghe's
LA CREATION
DU MONDE
by Darius
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