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Lectures in Ann Arbor
Dr.- Oelah is an eminent sociologist of religion and
S author of Varieties of Civil Religion and The Broken
Covenant. He is currently Chairman of the Depart-
ment of Sociology at the University of California
at Berkeley. .
Sunday, Oct. 25, 7:30 p.m., First Baptist Church, 502 E. Huron
"Moral Malaise and the Future of American Freedom"
Monday, Oct. 26, 10-12 a.m., First Baptist Church, 502 E. Huron
"Biblical Religion and Social Science in the Modern World"
Monday, Oct. 26, 7:30 p.m., Rockham Amphitheatre, 915 Washington
"Social Science: Despotic or Democratic? -
Reflections on Social Science, Ethics, and Social Policy"
Panel: Meyer'Zuld, William Gamson (Sociology); Moderator: Wilbert McKeochie (Psychology).
Sponsored by: Ethics and Religion, Association of Religious Counselors, interfaith Council for Peace,
Ann Arbor Council of Churches, American Baptist Campus Foundation.

Page 2-Friday, October 23, 1981-The
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the current world economic order as
"unjust and unfair."
The four points the president iden-
tified for participation in global
negotiations were:
The talks should be oriented toward
specific areas including fiberalizing
trade regulations, energy and food
development and improving the in-
vestment climate.
* The talks should not seek to create
new international institutions but
should recognize the "competence,
functions, and powers" of existing in-
ternational agencies.
ST.hey should be aimed at achieving
greater international economic growth
that would benefit all while taking into
account domestic economic policies.
" They should be held in a
cooperative atmosphere, "rather than
one in which views become polarized
and chances for agreement
are needlessly sacrificed.

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Thousands strike in France
PARIS- Thousands of workers struck in France yesterday and thousands
more planned walkouts, another sign that labor's five-month honeymoon
with Socialist President Francois Mitterrand is drawing to an end.
Strikes by mechanics and hangar employees at Orly airport delayed for
seven hours the departure of Lech Walesa, leader of Poland's independent
union Solidarity. He had been in France for a week at the invitation of unions.
Thousands of workers at the state-owned Renault auto plant at Billan-
court, outside Paris, put down their tools to demontrate in the streets
around the factory.
The production line for Renault's R-4 model is at a standstill at the lillan-
court plant and no finished cars have left the factory since Oct, 12.
The workers demand a 38-hour week before the end of this year and a 35-
hour week in 1983, retirement at 55 and the creation of 2,000 new jobs at
Billancourt. Management refuses to negotiate.
Moon pleads innocent to
federal tax-cheating charges
NEW YORK- The Rev. Sun Myung Moom pleaded innocent to federal
tax-cheating charges Thursday and then told more than 2,500 cheering
followers that he is the victim of "religious bigotry and racism."
His followers cheered, waved small American flags and sang "We Shall
Overcome" around the U.S. District Courthouse in Foley Square as the
founder of the Unification Church was arraigned on charges of failing to pay
taxes on income of $162,000 over three years.
The Korean evangelist shook hands with prosecutor Martin Flumenbaum,
smiled and wagged a finger at him.
Then, in a strong voice, he told Judge Charles Stewart: "Your honor, I am
not guilty."
Stewart freed Moon on a $250,000 personal recognizance bond stipulating
that he surrender his passport and not leave the country.
Factory blast injures 25
HOLBROOK, Mass.- A fiery explosion flashed through an aerosol can
factory yesterday, searing skin from the faces and bodies of some workers
and blowing the clothes off others. At least 25 people were injured.
"There were people without pants, without shirts, and there was blood
everywhere," said Lindsey O'Leary, who lives nearby.
Another witness said, "It was like something out of Vietnam."
Witnesses said flames shot 50 feet into the air after the blast, which ripped
most of the metal siding off the Aerosol Research Laboratory building, flat-
tened its walls and tore a hole in the roof.
Emergency crews arrived to find some people running around aimlessly
while others rolled in puddles to douse flames. Some people were severely
burned over as much as 90 percent of their bodies.
The blast at the aerosol can packing plant was reported at 9:13 a.m., ac-
cording to police. The cause of the explosion was not immediately deter-
Milliken says state cannot
aid failing school districts
LANSING- Gov. William Milliken said yesterday there is nothing the
state can do to aid the Alpena schools and other districts forced to close their
doors due to local millage failures.
"There is no way the state can assist in that situation," Milliken said of the
Alpena school crisis, echoing the comments of State School Superintendent
Phillip Runkel.
"The salvation of that district ... lies in the district itself," he said, ap-
parently referring to an upcoming millage vote at the end of this month.
To help Alpena, he said, would only lead to similar requests from other
Vol. XCII, No.38
Friday, October 23, 1981
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