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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday;:June 20, 1975

Page Two THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Friday, June 20, 1975

In the ne
international
ROME - The Vatican yesterday blam-
ed dramatic Communist gains in this
week's regional elections on Italy's press,
the labor unions, and the 18-year-old vote.
It also warned that communism always
leads to dictatorship. Whle Italian Com-
munist leaders met to decide how to
use their newly-won power, Vatican-back-
ed Christian Democrats, major losers
in the elections, also held a meeting
to try to salvage their once dominant-
role in post-war Italian politics. The Vati-
can was particularly critical of the na-
tional press, accusing them of cultivat-
ing a climate of "irrational leftism."
National
WASHINGTON - A politically-torn
House passed its largely gutted energy
tax bill 291 to 130 yesterday and sent it
to the Senate after rejecting a Republican
attempt to return it to House Commit-
tees for more surgery. The bill, intended
to place taxes on excess users of ener-
gy, had been stripped of some of its stif-
fest provisions, including an increase in
the tax on gasoline. Al Ullman (D-Ore.)
said the bill provides the "basic founda-
tion for an energy policy." A three-cent-
a-gallon increase in gasoline taxes h a d
been killed earlier, 209-187, but speaker
Carl Albert (D-Okla.) said before work
resumed that no attempt would be made
to restore it,
WASHINGTON - Atty. Gen. Edward
Levi yesterday proposed legislation es-
tablishing an independent presidential
commission to review "the concentration
and structure of American industry" with
an eye for illegal monopolies and other
antitrust violations. He suggested that
such a commission should be appointed

.Ws today . ..
every five years for a short-term study thorities
and should be composed of lawyers, have bee
economists and other experts from out- Robert A
side government. But he emphasized that bassador'
his suggestion is not an administration officers
proposal. "This suggestion has not been other pe
cleared with anyone." The attorney gen- Zaire. T'
eral described the proposal in a speech ongo rep
for a group of lawyers observing the conspired
85th anniversary of the Sherman Anti- specific
trust Act. Regular reports from such
comissions, he said "would focus atten-
tion on apparent problem areas. A good
report would enlighten public discussion. HOUST
It also would enlighten the direction of former it
the enforcement of the antitrust laws." or have

WASHINGTON - Federal mediators
intensified their efforts yesterday to
head off a nationwide railroad strike
threatened for midnight Sunday by the
Brotherhood of Railway and Airline
Clerks. The mediators met separately
with union President C. L. Dennis and
his staff and were said to be in touch
with management officials in an effort
to bring both sides back to the bargain-
ing table. But Dennis told a news con-
ference that without 'meaningful bar-
gaining" on management's part there
was no way to avoid a walkout. Dennis
said there was some consideration of
exempting bankrupt railroads from the
walkout, but no firm decision had been
reached.
reac0--
. .
WASHINGTON - Zaire has ordered
U.S. Ambassador Deane Hinton to leave
the country by Saturday following alle-
gations in that country of Central Intel-
ligence Agency (CIA) complicity in a
plot to overthrow the government of
President Mobutu Sese Seko, the State
Department said yesterday. State De-
partment officials denied the allegations
and repeated an invitation to Zaire au-

vestigate
and bea
murders
escapeef
tion, is a
two Tole
were fou
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once live
Hugheso
Stuart Ki
would ha
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vestigati
involved.
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18.

to provide evidence. "We s
a given none," said spokesm
nderson in announcing the a
's ouster. Six high-ranking art
and an unspecified number
ople have been arrested
he government newspaper S
eated charges that the U.S. h
in support of the plot, but
Americans were accused.
'ON - Lawyers represents
nental patient Gary Addison T.
failed to get county funds to
allegations he was threaten
ten before confessing to f
in three states. Taylor,
from a Michigan mental insti
lso suspected of the murders
do, Ohio, women whose bod
nd buried in the yard of
Mich., home in which Tay
ed. Texas District Judge W.
of Wise County denied attorr
nard's motions Wednesday wh
ve provided $2,500 - the m
der state law - for pretrial
on in which Kinard might
Kinard said Taylor was h
nicado and refused legal
for up to 72 hours after he w
for five sex crimes in the Ho
a. Kinard stated Taylor w
ed and beaten until he con
lled a local lounge waitress M

Weather
Volatile is the best wrd to describe
weather prospects for the next few da
Today will be partly cloudy with the m
cury approaching the upper 80's. Th
is a pretty good chance of thundershi
ers though, for today and through
weekend. Them's the breaks.

TV
till toniaht
an
m- 6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
my 9 Bewitched
of 20 t Takes A Thief
24 ARC News-Smith/
in Reasoner
al- 30 57 Electric Company
ld 50 Untouchables
ad s Energy, Technology and
no Society
6:30 4 13 NBC News - John
Chancenor
7 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
4 I Dream o Jeann00
ng 55 CBS News-Walter Crw-
ay- kite
in- 24 Partridge Family
30 Zoom--Children
ied 56 Faust Legend
our 57 Ohio outlook
an 7:00 2 CBS News-Walter
tu- Cronkite
4 7 News
9 everly Hillbillies
ies Family Affair
an 13 What's My Line?
for 20 To Tell the Truth
br 24 Mod Squad
A. 30 56 57 Aviation weather
ey 50 Hogan's Heroes
ich 7:30 2 13 Truth or Consequences
Ax- 4 Holywood Squares
a- 7 Let's Make a Del
in- 9 Room 27
be 11 Hollywood Squares
eld 20 voyage to the Bottom of
ed the Sea
as 30 56 Black Perspective On
sas the News
s0 ogoan's Heoes
us- 57 Llias Yoa and You
vas -instruction
es- 5:00 2 11 Movie-Musical
lay 'The Boy Friend."
4 13 Sanford and Son
7 24 Night Stalker
9 Pi and Whistle
30 56 57 Washington Week
in Review
50 Merv Griffin
:30 4 13 Chico and the Man
9 Docment
201 Danil Boone
30 5t 7 Wall Street Week
the
9:00 4 17 Rncktod Files
Lys. 7 ?4 Odd Couple
er- 9 News
ere ,mterpiece Theate
OW- S56Detroit Black Journal
the 57 Masterpiece Theatre
9:30 2i 1 Movie-Comedy
"Mrs. Pollifa--Spy."
.(- (19711
7 24 Set Christie Loe!
9 Sports Scene
20 700 Club
50 Dinah!
^^ 5 Ott the Record
10:00 4 13 Police Woman
Stan- 9 Boss Brass-Sazz
Ques- 30 Movie-Comedy
24 W. '"A Tlesson in Love."
56 Growing Up Female
aes in -Documentary
SEB, 1 57 Fvening at Symphony
10:30 7 24 U.S. Open
special
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd
)- A Robertson
.i 20 Deaf near
air s 50 Dealer's Choice
young 57 Fine Art of Goofing Off
to suf- 11:20 9 News
whip- 11:30 2 Movie-Adventure
"The Proud and the Damned"
ossing 4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Wide World Special
Sfling The Playboy
Dr. 20th Anniversary Party
e con- 11 Movie-Comedy
severt "A severed Head" (1970)
20 Manna
d thus 30 Janaki-Adventure
head- "Bandido." (1956)
5" Double Reed-Mu"IO
57 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
12:00 9 Movie-Thriller
"Paranoiac."
1:00 4 13 Midnight Special
7 Don Kishnr's Rek
Concert
24 Don Kirshner's ROek
concert
1:30 2 Movie-Drama BW
"Lucky Nick Call."
11 News
2:30 4 7 13 News
3:00 2 Mayberry R.F.D.
3:30 2 News
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Friday, June 20
Day Calendar
WUOM: Dr. A. Flemming, chmn.,
US Commission on Civil Rights in
Boston, heads hearings, 10 am.
Regents' Meeting: Regents' Rm.,
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXV, No. 32-S
Friday, June 20, 1975
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Dance: Concert, "Empidad
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GETTA HAIRCUT
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI,
chiropractor says long h
causing thousands of
persons across the nationt
fer from acute forms of
lash.
"Young people are b
and jerking their heads tc
their hair in place,"
Thomas Turley said. "Th4
stant motion is causing
damage to their spines an
causing an upsurge in
aches."

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