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Pogo 2-Friday, October 17, 1980-The Michigan Daily

Presidential Candidate,
BARRY COMMONER
of THE CITIZENS PARTY
To speak on campaign issues of the 1980's,
MICHIGAN THEATRE,
Oct. 21st-8:00 p.m.
ADVANCED TICKETS ON SALE AT
MICHIGAN THEATRE $2.00 AND $2.50
Paid For By The Ann Arbor Citizens Party, 1902 Independence, 769-4493

Second
lady lends
support to
O'Reilly.
By SUE INGLIS

Interested Students and Faculty Invited.. .
PRE- LAW
DAY
Thursday, Oct. 23
10O am-12 noon, 1 pm-4 pm-

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.visit with Admissions Officers and Deans from over 70 U.S. Law
Schools. Information on admissions, pre-law courses, career oppor-
tunities, and more.
Sponsored by the Pre-Professional division of Career Planning and Placement

Joan Mondale appeared briefly in
Ann Arbor yesterday evening to make
campaign plugs for several Democratic
politicians, inlcuding Kathleen
O'Reilly, Democratic challenger to in-
cumbent U.S. Congressman Carl Pur-
sell (R-Plymouth).
During a reception at Simsar Art
Gallery at 301 N. Main, Mondale ad-
dressed a group of about 75 Democratic
supporters and local political leaders,
including Mayor Lou Belcher.
Mondale urged her audience to vote
for O'Reilly, Carter, and "also for that
charming and handsome vice
president, Walter Mondale."
She also said that during her appoin-
tment as Chairperson for the Federal
Council on Arts and Humanities she has
"worked for four years to get programs
in place (and would now) like to build
on that expertise."
MONDALE ALSO praised Carter for
giving the vice president an active
position in the administration. "It was
unfortunate to waste the office of vice
president all these years," she said,
adding that her husband refused to ac-
cept a passive role in executive policy-
making.
She said that when Carter asked her
husband to share the Democratic ticket
four years ago, he replied, "If you are
interested in a ceremonial vice
president, I'm not interested."
When Carter took office, she con-
tinued, he moved the vice president's
office from the Capitol to the White
House, further symbolizing her
husband's increased role in the ad-
ministration, "My husband reads the
same newspapers, is in on the same
briefings, is in the same circle of ad-
visors as Jimmy Carter," she said.
DURING HER BRIEF speech Mon-
dale emphasized her support of the
ERA. She drew a response of laughter
when she told the largely female
audience, "I don't think I need to tell
you which side says 'we think women
are wonderful, but we don't support
them."' She labeled the Republican
stand on women's issues as ."com-
placent" and praised Carter for having
"appointed more women to decision-
making positions in four years than all
President combined."
Mondale criticized John Anderson's
stands on issues and his voting records.
"I think if you vote for Anderson, you're
throwing your vote away," she said.
"There is absolutely not a chance that
this man could be President."
Mondale met briefly with supporters
gathered at the reception and viewed
art displayed at the gallery, before
leaving for Lansing to wrap up a cam-
paign sweep through Michigan.

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IN BRIEF
Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports
Iran-Iraq fighting
continues with air attacks
BASRA, Iraq-Iraqi warplanes bombed Tehran yesterday, setting fire
to oil storage tanks in the Iranian capital, while two of Iran's American-
made Phantom jets bombed Iraqi front line positions yesterday about a mile
north of Abadan, a key Iranian oil refining city.
While the two warring Moslem countries traded air strikes and fought at
close quarters at the Shatt al-Arab estuary, Prime Minister Mohammed Ali
Rajai of Iran left for New York to present Iran's case against Iraq to the
U.N. Security Council.
"It has gone on much longer than anyone expected and neither side is
showing any willingness to negotiate," said one neutral Arab source. But
Arab diplomats and observerssay the level of fighting may eventually taper
off if both warring nations are unable to resupply their armies in the fields.
Quake's aftershocks hit
Algerian city
AL-ASNAM, Algeria-A new wave of aftershocks rumbled through the
earthquake-shattered city of Al-Asnam yesterday, toppling some ruins and
hampering rescuers in their search for victims of last week's disaster.
Authorities said more than 6,000 dead had been identified from last
Friday's double quake but they added there were no casualties from the four
shocks felt during the day in the 60-mile-wide area of destruction around Al-
Asnam.
One of the aftershocks tumbled ruins in the ravaged downtown area and
the Algerian geological survey office said the aftershocks could be expected
to grow weaker and less frequent and "the critical period is now over."
Relatives say death of
Moore's son an accident
HOLLYWOOD-Mary Tyler Moore's only son was a happy young man
who recently "accepted Christ in his heart" and his death by shotgun blast to
the head could only have been an accident, relatives and friends said yester-
day.
Meeker, 24, Moore's son by her first marriage and her only child, shot
himself in the right temple Tuesday night while "fiddling around" with a
sawed-off shotgun in the living room of a rented home he shared with two
women students near the University of Southern California campus.
Moore, 43, was not available for comment but Meeker's father, Richard
Meeker, of Sacramento, Calif., said he was sure the death was an accident.
"Richard did not kill himself," Meeker said.
"I talked to him last night and everything was going just fine then. We
were planning a fishing trip the last part of this month. He had lined up a
good job, and he had everything to work for and live for. He just liked guns.
He had them all over the place. It was just one of those things."
Figures show recession
may be ending
WASHINGTON-Industrial oroduction rose sharply and personal
income continued to grow steadily in September, the government reported
yesterday, providing new evidence that the economy is inching out of the
1980 recession.
Personal income rose 0.9 percent. And, for the first time since spring,
Americans last month spent money at a slower rate than they earned it, the
Commerce Department reported.
In a hopeful sign for the economy, the Federal Reserve Board issued a
new report showing a 1 percent improvement in industrial production last
month-the second consecutive increase after six months of declines.
Sandra Shaber, an analyst with Chase Econometrics, a private
forecasting firm, said the two reports indicate the recession that began in
January probably is over.
Violence results in
'lockdown' of Florida prison
STARKE, Fla.-A beefed-up guard force conducted'a cell-by-cell search
Thursday of Florida State Prison, home of the nation's most populous Death
Row, in an effort to quell intermittent violence that has left one guard dead
and two injured.
"It's calm in there," said Corrections Department spokesman Vernon
Bradford. "The institution is under total lockdown." In a lockdown,
"everybody stays in their cells. There is no movement," he said.
The prisoners inside the 19-year-old institution will remain locked in
their cells indefinitely, Bradford added.

The trouble occurred fewer than two weeks after a judge ordered one-
third of the inmate population transferred to other facilities because of what
he called the "intolerable" level of violence at the facility where four in-
mates have been stabbed to death since July.

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Friday, October 17, 1980
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