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The Michigan Daily -Friday, October 8, 1982-Page 11

Senate
candidate
endorses
nuclear
reeze
y KENT REDDING
epublican senatorial candidate Phil
ORuppe announced yesterday his sup-
port of the nuclear freeze proposal on
Michigan's November ballot.
Ruppe also called, for strengthening
the student loan program but said he
supports strict repayment plans
BRAVING intermittent rain showers,
Ruppe yesterday told a small turnout of
supporters on the steps of the Michigan
Union that the freeze would both reduce
the threat of nuclear war and reduce
budget deficits by eliminating the need
for new and expensive nuclear weapons
systems.
"I want to be sure we have money for
student loan programs," he said, ad-
ding that he wants to funnel money
saved from a nuclear freeze into
educational programs and to train
students and laid-off workers in high
technology skills.
"I am convinced that a mutual,
verifiable nuclear freeze is absolutely
necesary to successful arms reductions
efforts .. and to the long-term safety of
the world," he said.
Archbishop
to be
"deported
within
60 days
* From AP and UPI
DETROIT - Romanian Orthodox
Archbishop Valerian Trifa yesterday
admitted Nazi-era activities with the
Iron Guard, described as "violent,
fascist, and anti-Semitic" and was or-
dered deported within 60 days.
Trifa, who hopes to find refuge in
Switzerland, will become the first per-
son deported from the United States for
concealing war crimes from im-
migration officials, said Neal Sher,
deputy director of the Office of Special
Investigations in the U.S. Justice
Department.
UNDER AN agreement with the
federal government, Trifa admitted
lying to immigratin authorities to cover
up his fascist sympathies when he en-
tered the United States 32 years ago.
He agreed to leave the United States
rather than continue the civil depor-
tation proceeding. His trial had begun
0*Monday before Immigration Judge
Aellino D'Ambrosio in Detroit.
ile ricals
ilast raise

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_The movement to unionize non
fculty employees resurfaced on cam-
puis last month when about 90 workers
rallied outside the Administration
Byilding and speakers called for an
employee's union.
,Past efforts to unionize campus
workers have fizzled for lack of popular
support, but organizers think they may
have better luck today since many
workers are angry about the pay hikes.
."YEAH, LITTLE old, grey-haired
ladies voted us out," sighed Sharron
Wenzel, a secretary for the Senate Ad-
* visory Committee on University Af-
fairs.
Wenzel agreed that the $2 million is
an attempt to quiet efforts to unionize.
"I have thought that for years, and no
one will ever be able to change my
mind," she said.
As specifics on the $2 million increase
won't be released until this month's
Regent's meeting, both union workers
and clerical workers expressed some
reluctance to comment on the pay in-
crease. "I think people are waiting for
some kind of a plan - they (University
officials) haven't set a percentage yet,"
said Shirley Silverman, a secretary in
the psychology department.
DAWN CHALKER, an assistant in
the medical center library, agreed that
most people have not heard much about
the propsed pay hikes. "If they do
come through with two or three per-
cent," Chalker said, "it's more of a
gesture."
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