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Page 6-Saturday, July 14, 1979-The Michigan Daily
Candidates F
lobby for
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CINCINNATI (AP) - The National
Women's Political Caucus is being
courted at its convention by presiden-
tial hopefuls, and the organization's
chairwoman said yesterday that can-
didates should realize "our support
does not come easily"
"For perhaps the first time in
history, a conference of political
women is being courted by quite a few
candidates who are seeking the
nomination of both of the parties,"
Chairwoman Mildred Jeffrey said at a
news conference as the three-day an-
nual meeting opened with some 2,000
delegates in attendance.
come slowly," Jeffrey said, "but finally
it is here - that the women's vote in
1980 is going to be a critical factor in Organized
presidential politics. Italian-Am-
"Our message to every presidential /V l
candidate is that oursupportdoes not (J OJVI4
come easily"
She said Republican hopefuls Ronald
Reagan, and John Anderson have set up
information booths at the convention,
while John Connally and George Bush ST. PAUL, N
have each sent representatives on their dians were con'
behalf. spiracy and as
PRESIDENT CARTER will also med takeover
have friends at the caucus, including Reservation jai
advisers Patricia Harris and Sara A sixth defei
Weddington. Jeffrey noted that Carter conspiracybyt
was invited to speak because he was men and 10 wo
president, not because he might be a about 7 hou
candidate. verdicts.
No candidate was invited to speak at THE TAKE
the convention, but delegates will hear several dayso
speakers such as Harris and former reservation, a
Carter aides Bella Abzug and Midge buildings, an
Costanza. The delegates will also at- destroyed by fn
tend seminars designed to help women 70 persons were
take better advantage of their political 70_pernswe
Both major political parties held
seminars yesterday on how to take ad- Sp
vantage of delegate procedures to the
national conventions. ATLANTAt
THE CAUCUS' Republican Women's "boat people"
Task Force announced it was sending country suffe
all of the party's presidential hopefuls a illnesses, butt
questionnaire on a variety of issues. spread disease
health officials
Teams ofr
" national Cente
5th Avenue alLibel t.I7619700 (CDC) were in
Formedy FifthF orum Theater evaluate scree
left untreated,
from entering ti
Come culosis, lepros
For All three can
The dered non-cnt
ment, saidC
"iFARL- Berreth.
BIRD vAn estimatei
fled Vietnam,

Murdered in restaurant
crime figure Carmine "Lilo" Galante was shot and killed Thursday while lunching in the Joe & Mary
erican restaurant in Brooklyn, N.Y. Galante had been free on bail since March 23 for a drug conviction.
Y110ltyof eonspiraey, assault
Acqutte ona cnsprac chrge U.S. District Judge Edward Devitt
Minn. (AP) - Five In- Acquitted on a conspiracy charge told the jurors that they must disregard
victed last night of con- was Donald Desjarlais, 24. allegations of corruption on the nor-
sault in the May 19 ar- The other five defendants, all thern Minnesota reservation in
of the Red Lake Indian charged with conspiracy and assaulting deciding whether the men are guilty
il. federal officers, were convicted on all "Good motive, even the best, is not a
ndant was acquitted of counts.deeswhnteatcmiedsa
he all-white jury of two After the verdict, Desjarlais was defense when tie act committed is a
men. Jurors deliberated released. The other five men were im- THe, he said
rs before reaching the mediately arraigned on a nine count in- Ts JUGE aid that alhugh there
dictment charging them with kidnap- is oE E id that argdtheac
aOVER touched off ping and assault - charges which the tions were justified. .. the law does not
of disturbances on the defense had resisted joining to the excuse criminal conduct "
nd the jail, six other assault-conspiracy trial. He also said the defense of drunken-
d 45 ilTWO YOUTHS were killed during the ness y
vehicles werere. Witnesses said 50 to trouble, but acting Superintendent not allowed on the assault charge
involved. James Stevens says both deaths are against him but could be considered in
considered accidental. the conspiracy count.

read of
(AP) - Indochinese
seeking shelter in thi
r from a variety o
they are not likely to
among U.S. residents
said yesterday.
researchers from th
r for Disease Contro
Hawaii and Indonesia to
ning for diseases that, i
could bar the refugee
.he United States.
ESSES include tuber
y and venereal disease
be controlled and ren
agious by proper treat
CDC spokesman Do
d 350,000 persons hav
many by sea, to escap

refugee diseases unlikely
e the communist government there. arriving without benefit of these special
s Many are in refugee camps, and about efforts."
f 70,000 have entered the United States Berreth said a major "but
o since January 1976. manageable problem" is that the In-
"Their health problems are more a dochinese have a tuberculosis rate 70
problem to themselves than anyone times higher than the American public.
e else," Berreth said. The refugees also have a higher
) LAST MONTH, Dr. William Foege, prevalence of positive tuberculine test
o CDC director and assistant U.S. results.
if surgeon general, headed a team that "INDIVIDUALS who are 'tuberculin-
s visited refugee receiving areas on the positive' are more likely to develop
West Coast. tuberculosis in the future than the
- His report said that, "Because of the largely 'tuberculin-negative' American
screening activities in Asia and the population," the report said.
- screening and disease control services Unlike in the past when tuberculosis
- being provided in this country ... the victims were packed off to sanitariums
n likelihood of detecting problems and for bed rest, Berreth said the disease
preventing transmission is probably now can be effectively treated with
e better for Indochinese refugees at the drugs.
e moment than for other immigrants As for leprosy, the CDC report stated,
"The refugee population has a very
1974 small likelihood ... while the resident
population has an expected level ap-
)OVE TUBE proaching nil."
ed, and acts in this hilarious travesty of the BERRETH SAID leprosy "despite its
selves every night. Featuring Chevy Chase Biblical image is very difficult to tran-
ytime program we con only hope makes it smit. It requires close long-term con-
ex Games." Short: Its Only o Commer' si.Ieqie ls ln-emcn
Ann Arbor titmmaker-Ron Amick sho- tact with someone and the condition is
k. treatable."
TROPOLIS (Free of 8 only) In addition to the three diseases that
must be treated before aliens can enter
TONIGHT AT OLD ARCH. AUD. the United States, public health of-
7:9 41:39 $1.SO ficials are trying to immunize children
against certain viral diseases and to
treat parasitic infections.

Ken Shapiro's
Ken Shapiro wrote, produced, directi
less humorous suporifics we give our
before he sold out and that great do
to prime time. "The International Si
clal: A real tdsel car commercial plu
ing some of his own commercial wort
Sun: Fritz Long's ME

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