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A COALITION of 15 women's
organizations ranging from the
National Organization for Women to
Democratic and Republican party
groups, announced opposition to Tisch.
Sue Wagner of Michigan NOW said
adoption of the amendment would
drastically reduce a number of services
important to women including day care
centers, -counseling for displaced
homemakers and shelters for battered
Baron Manfred von Richthofen, the
German flying ace known as the "Red
Baron," was shot down and killed over
the Western Front in 1918.
Soon to be Sold Wher-
ever Skinny ies and Dark
Glasses Are Found.
TIEE MARKET PLACE
. IN BRIEF
Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports
South Koreans approve
new democratic constitution
SEOUL, South Korea-South Korea voters in a referendum eave
iassive approval yesterday to a new and more democratic constitution
replace the one-man-rule charter of the late President Park Chung-hee.
With 54 percent of the votes counted, over 91 percent of the voters ap-
proved the new constitutional proposal.
The number of affirmative votes was enough to confirm the draft char-
ter as the nation's fifth constitution.
The new document reduces presidential powers in favor of the
legislative branch and courts, allows more than one presidential candidate,
limits the president to a single seven-year term and also guarantees more
basic civil rights and liberties.
Israeli bombers strike
near Lebanese capital
BEIRUT, Lebanon-Israeli warplanes hammered Palestinian targets.
south of the Lebanese capital in an hour-long sundown attack yesterday.
drawing anti-aircraft fire and bringing Beirut residents to their rooftops to
The Palestinians reported several civilian casualties.
The Israeli military command said the attack was against a Palestinian
guerrilla base that had served as a jumping off point for operations against
Israel. It did not give the number of planes involved, but said all returned
safely to Israel after scoring hits on the Ein Dorfeil guerrilla base about 10
miles south of Beirut.
The Palestine Liberation Organization, headquartered in Beirut, said
20 Israeli fighter-bombers made two late afternoon raids.
The PLO claimed two Israeli jets were hit by anti-aircraft fire and
reported "several civilian casualties."
London Times up for sale
LONDON-The Times of London, one of the world's most prestigious
newspapers, and its stablemate, The Sunday Times, were put up for sale
yesterday. The owners declared "enough is enough" after years of heavy
losses and unending labor disputes.
The Thomson Organization said the 195-year-old Times and The Sunday
Times would cease publication next March if there were no takers. 2
The for-sale announcement sent a shudder through the British
establishment and across Fleet Street, Britains's newspaper row that has
been plagued by bad union relations, rising costs and outmoded printing
The papers may close before March if union trouble continues, officials
said. After an 111-month shutdown last year, the newspaper has stumbled
along in 1980 still plagued by wildcat strikes.
Census says U.S. lifestyle
improved little during '70s
WASHINGTON-The government confirmed yesterday what most
Americans already knew-although they are making more money now, their
life styles are not improving significantly.
The Census Bureau reported the median income of a family of four rose
11.6 percent in 1979, to $19,684. But inflation, as measured in this survey,
nearly wiped out the increase as it jumped 11.3 percent over 1978 levels
Another Census Bureau finding said that 25.2 million people lived on in-
comes below the poverty level of $7,412. While poverty patterns for race
remained the same, the proportion of elderly people living below the poverty
level jumped significantly.
Pope moves to clarify
VATICAN CITY-Pope John Paul II said yesterday his controversial
remarks that a man is-guilty of adultery if he lusts after his own wife did not
mean that sex was restricted to the act of procreation.
At the same time, the 205 Roman Catholic bishops attending the Fifth
World Synod of Bishops put the finishing touches on a 50-point document
reaffirming the Vatican ban on artificial birth confrol and the chur'ch's stand
that abortion is tantamount to murder.
Besides the birth control and abortion issues, the synod document, to be
voted on tomorrow, will confirm the church's teaching that Catholics who
divorce and remarry cannot receive the sacrements and will limit changes
in the marriage ceremony to fit local practices.
Handwriting links Vietnam
vet with extortion threat
STATELINE, Nev.-The handwriting of a $10 million extortion note
threatening to poison the water supply of a Lake Tahoe casino is similar to
that of a Vietnamveteran being questioned in the case, authorities said
Investigators centered their attention on Harry Leach Jr., a California
veteran who was previously accused of poisoning pools at an apartment
complex with a chemical similar to the defoliant Agent Orange.
Sheriff Jerry Maple said the note was "incoherent" and added that the
extortionist "isn't dealing with a full deck."
San Jose Police Detective Robert Moir said the handwriting on the notes
found Sunday at Lake Tahoe was similar to that of 32-year-old Leach, who
has a record of mental health problems since his release from the Army. He
had served in Vietnam.
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