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Wednesday, February 11, 1976


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Wednesday, February 11, 1976 THE M!U-I!UAN EJAILY Page Three

Scandal rocks
Italian govt.

Woodcock appeals
for Debs' citizenship

ROME OP) - Premier - desig-
nate Aldo Moro brought Italy's
34 - day - old government crisis
to an end yesterday, deciding
on a stopgap cabinet in a move
to stave off elections and pos-
ible gains by the Communist
party. But the Lockheed scan-
dal threatened to delay his
choice of ministers.
The 59 - year - old Christian
Democrat, a four - time pre-
mier given a mandate by his
party in an effort to tackle
Italy's pressing economic and
monetary problems, told Presi-
dent Giovanni Leone he would
name his cabinet ministers,
made up only of members of
his party, with 48 hours. It will
be Italy's 38th government since
the fall of fascism in 1943.

within two percentage points
of the Christian Democrats in
nationwide regional elections
last June, getting 33 per cent
of the vote. They have been
pushing for a share of power
after being locked out of gov-
ernment since 1947. But, they
have made clear they prefer to
remain in opposition unless ask-
ed into a coalition with the Ro-
man Catholic Church - backed
Christian Democrats, a formu-
la called "the historic compro-
mise" by Communist leader
Enrico Berlinguer.
The new government will
have a slim voting majority in
the Chamber of Deputies be-
cause the Democratic Socialists
announced they would support
it while the Socialists and Re-
publicans sai dthey would ab-

The United Auto Workers
(UAW) union has asked Con-
gress to restore the citizenship
of Socialist labor leader Eu-
gene Debs lost as a result of his
conviction in 1918 under a fed-
eral espionage law banning pub-
lic speeches against U. S. in-
volvement in World War I.
UAW President Leonard
Woodcock has mailed letters to
every Senator urging them to
honor Debs' memory by restor-
ing his citizenship.
best in American life" Wood-
cock said in the letter, "He
fought with courage and prin-
ciple for the poor, the oppress-
ed, and the underdog. Many of
the reforms and programs he
advocated have become part of
the fabric of American democ-
racy," he added.
The UAW action was prompt-
ed by a recent Congressional
act that restored the -citizenship
of Robert E. Lee, the leader of
the Confederate army during
the American Civil War. UAWI
representative Simon Alpert re-
marked, "Debs was one of the
great heroes of the American
Labor movement, if they -can
give citizenship to someone who
led an army against the U. S.

they can surely give citizenship
to an American hero."
Debs ran for president five
times on the Socialist ticket and
established the American Rail-
way Union, the first industrial
union in the country covering
all the workers in an indus-
try. He was convicted under
the Espionage Act of 1917 for
making public speeches against
World War I. The law called
for not only a harsh prisoni sen-
tence but the loss of citizenship
as well. Debs served two years
of a ten-year sentence before
being pardoned by President
Warren Harding for political
and health reasons, but his citi-
zenship was never restored.
Sen. Birch Bayh (D-Indiana)
and Sen. Vance Hartke (D-In-
diana) have introduced a bill
to restore Debs' citizenship.
Refurbished YanJkee Stadium
in New York reopens April 15
with the home club facing the
Minnesota Twins.
North Carolina State expects
big figures in basketball from
sophomore Kenny. Carr*., of
Hyattsville, Md., this . season.
As a freshman he averaged 13.8
points a game.

MORO CAME under increas- stain on votes of confidence so
ing pressure to drop Luigi Gui, Moro's administration can sur-
interior minister in Moro's care- vive.
taker government. He was nam- Moro's government must tac-
ed by several Italian newspan- kle unemplayment estimated at
ers as a recipient of payoffs 7 per cent of the work force of
from the Lockheed Corp. 20 million. Italy's currency, the
Gui, defense minister in 1970, lira, has fallen 11 per cent in
filed a statement with the state unofficial trading in the three
prosecutor Tuesday and asked weeks since the government
him to conduct a probe regard- closed the foreign exchange
less of "the judicial conse- market because of heavy spec-
quences." ulation stemming from econom-
According t 1970 Lockheed ic and political uncertainty.
memorandum released in Wash- Moro has proposed an auster-
ington last week by a U. S. Sen- ity plan calling for a wage
ate subcommittee, the company freeze on yearly incomes over
five million lire, or $8,000, a
laid out $1.6 million to promote Icurb ongoen ntsndg
the sale of 14 C130 cargo planes government spending
to Italy. The memo did not iden- and promises to track down cur-
tify Italian officials, referring rencv black marketers and tax
only to "the minister," but evaders._
newspapers here named Gui. TEMPLE NAMES
He previously denied any con- COMMISSION ADVISER
ection. TT T T


Taking care of business
Apparently it's not all text-book drudgery at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. Nevertheless, this scene
is more innocuous than it looks. The belly dancer Salome was merely participating in a lecture on marketing promotion poli-
cies of the automobile industry. She was parodying the Madison Avenue approach to show that consumer sophistication has
made this advertising style obsolete.


Reagan slams Ford

second largest party after the
still dominant but slining
Christian Democrats, said:
"We will learn from the men
Moro will choose to form a gov-
ernment whether the Christian
Democrats want to follow old
patterns or want to take sens
forward toward efficiency, ser-,
iousness and recovery.
"It would be unforgivable if i
today ... Moro would pick men
subjected to criticism from
several points of view," said an
editorial in the party newspa-.
per Unita.
The Communists, who cam-
paigned on the theme "our
hands are clean," moved to

r AI I ELJ L P H I T 1)
--Sergiu Comissiona, conductor
of the Baltimore Symphony,
has been appointed musical ad-
viser for the Temple University
Music Festival.
Comissiona already has taken
an active role in advising on
the selection of artists and pro-
grams being developed for the
19'6 season. He also will con-
duct the resident Pittsburgh
Symphony on several occasions
next summer. .

EXETER, N. H. (,P) - Ron- are made public.
aid Reagan sharply criticized Reviewing American foreign
the Ford administration's han- policy around the world, Reagan
dling of foreign policy yester- said the United States handled
day, attacking detente and de- the Cyprus problem in such a
claring "it is impossible to de- way that both Greece and Tur-
tect a coherent global view." key now distrust Washington
"One wonders if we even and "the southern flank of NA-
have a foreign policy," Reagan TO is weakened as a conse-
told students at Phillips Exeter quence."
Academy as he continued a
campaign swing through New In Lebanon, where Moslems
Hampshire where he faces Pres- and Christians had fought for
ident Ford in the nation's first months until a recent truce,
presidential primary on Feb. Reagan said the United States
24. missed an opportunity to servej
s .. « .. .. ,...... W .T -- ."

In Lebanon, where MoslemsI
while, Secretary of Commerce
Elliot Richardson said yester-
day Reagan was confusing vot-
ters with "ill defined and vary-
ing campaign positions.
Richardson, campaigning for
Ford, said Reagan's recent sug-
gestion to invest Social Security
trust funds was "denounced in
Britain as "wild - eyed Social-
ism" when a similar plan was
introduced there. Richardson

recent survey, reported in The
National Enquirer, nurses re-
vealed that one of five
"knowingly hastened the death
of a terminally ill patient." An
overwhelming majority of the TO The LIVE MUSIC Of
15,430 nurses who responded to
the questionnaire said that
dying patients should have the
right to refuse treatment. About
half went so far as to favor
active mercy killing.
as tauaht byO
Swami Rudrananda
and ON
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Wednesday, February 11
Day Calendar
WUOM: Live coverage, Nat'l Town:
Meeting -- panel discussion, "is
Full Employment a Realistic Goal?'
10:30 am.
Commission for Women: Report
from Assertion Training CommitteeI
Regents' Conf. Rm., Admin. Bldg.,
Group on Latin American Issues:
lunch meeting, Int'l. Ctr., noon. 1
Library Values Seminar: "Re-
sources Concerning the Problems
of Minority and Foreign Students
in US Higher Educ." Multipurpose
Rm., UGLI, 1:30 pm.
CRLT: Panel, "the Use of Media
in Language Teaching," 2549 LSA,
3:15 pm.
Environ., Industrial Health; GreatI
Lakes Research Sea Grant: A.F.
Latif, dir., Marine Science, Egyp-!
tian Academy of Scientific Research I
and Technology, Cairo, "The En-:
vironmental Impact of the Aswan
High Dam," Aud., Vaughan, Bldg. I,
3:30 pm.
Statistics: Louis Pensen, "SomeI
Models for Selection and Probabili-
ties of Fixation in Finite Popula-
tions," 3227 Angell, 4 pm.
Industrial, Operations Eng.: Rich-,
ard J. Kaplan, HSRI, ,Psychomotor{
Tests of Driving Impairment Due to;
Alcohol," 229 W. Eng., 4 pm.
University Players Studio Theatre:
"The Creation, Disobedience, and,
Fall of Man and the Deluge," Arena
Theater, Frieze, 4:10 pm.
Marxist Forum / Young W9rkers1
Liberation League: "A Tribute to!
Paul Robeson," presented byI
Charles wright, founder, Afro-
American Museum of Detroit, Trot-

Trained as a violinist in his REAGAN, although not men-:
native Bucharest, Comissiona tioning Ford by name, said
was in the Romanian State En- American policy in recent years
semble when, at age 19, he! "seems to be a matter of pla-'
SteDced in for an ailing con- cating potential adversaries."
dtctor and was so imnressive He said foreign' - policy set-
that it laimched his career on backs range from the Soviet:
the podium. Union, Mediterranean and Mid-
: :: dIe East to Angola.
AL BULEETT1:In his first major foreign pol-
icy speech since announcing:I
his candidacy for the Republi-
ter House, 1443 Washtenaw, 7:30 can presidential nomination last
pm. N ov em b er, Reagan said~
Music School: Leo Najar, viola,
Recital Hall, 8 pm. the balance of forcesbetween
General Notices East and West has shifted grad-
Course Mart Deadline: Pronosals ually toward the Soviet Union
for Fall 1976 Course Mart offerings since 1970. He added that shift
must be submitted to 2501 LSA by9 .
Feb. 20; proposals welcome from has continued since the advent
faculty, staff, gta's, community of detente.
leaders, anyone with expertise n "Opening the Chinese door
academic area not now covered ofeebnyxelntopru i
LSA curriculum. offered an excellent opportunity
Career Planning & Placement for us to blunt the expansionism
3200 sAB, 764-7460 of the Soviet Union," he said.
The Institute for Administrative "But we have lost the momen-
Research has announced the avail- . .
ability of research proposal awards tum we gained by actig as if
for study in the field of admin. in we expected the Soviets to in-
health care. For further information herit the earth."
contact CP&P or write: Dr. George
C. Sawyer, 50 Windsor Place, Nut-
ey, N.J. 07110. REAGAN SAID the United
Yale University offers a two-year States compromised its techno-
program in management leading to logical advantage over the So-
a Master's degree in Public and
Private Management (MPPM). Ap- viet Union in the SALT I agree-,
plication deadline March 1, 1976. ment and he declared any fu-
Write to Admissions Office, School tureragreements on arms should
of Organization & Mgt., Yale U., not be finalized until details
New Haven CT. 06520.

as peace maker. Now the
Palestine Liberation Army . ..
seems to be the principal gain-
er," he said.
Angolan situation "was allowed
to generate into a war between
the administration and Con-t
gress," and that the importance
of Angola to U. S. national se-
curity was never fully explain-

SATURDAY in Florida that in-
vesting Social Security money
in the stock market would be a,
possible solution to a deficit he
said is growing in the Social
Security system.
Richardson said such invest-;
ments would place the fedesl
government in a controlling po-
sition in "every private enter-
prise in the UnitedrStates."

Recruiting on campus for the;;;;;;
week of February 16, 1976 through U
February 20, 1976. Feb. 16: St. _
Mary's Hospital, Henry Ford Hos-
pital, U. S. Navy Nurse Corps, Swed-
ish - American Hospital and Hutzel
Feb. 17: St. Joe Mercy Hospital, FINE FLOWERS
U. S. Army Nurse Corps, Columbia-
Presbyterian Medical Center, Univ. 225 E. Libertv-663-4261
of Chicago Hospitals & Clinics, T
Sinai Hospital, and Bell Systems. ir
Feb. 18: V. A. Hospital, U. S. AirT
Force, Univ. Hospitals of Cleveland, t
Rehab. Institute of Chicago, Dept.
of Corrections, and Office of Man- I
agement and Budget.
Feb. 20: Market Opinion Research V Day...
Summer PlacementI
3200 SAB, 763-4117+
Oak Ridge National LaboratoryFlowers
Tenesse.Excellent summer pro-
gram open to graduate students in
the fields of engr., math., environ-
mental, and physical science. Appli- V
cations and details available. Dead- C
line to aply Mar. 1.D!
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GED Membership
THURS., FEB. 12-8 P.M.
AFFILIATION? Do you want GEO to
stay independent? Do you want GEO to
join AFT? Come and start the refren-
dum to vote your preference. Only a
membership meeting can start a ref-
Should GEO require a minimum turnout on this
referendum? At the present a majority of those
voting may decide the affiliation question. Should
we retain the present system?
BARGAINING-Shall we bargain for:
tuition waiver; benefits for GSA's under
1/4 time; % increase in wages; limit on
class size; stronger affirmative action
We cannot bargain for what YOU want
until you say what your needs are. The
nature of the package will be defined at
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