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Francesco Cossiga said the Soviet in-
vasioi "constitutes a threat to peace"
and is a serious roadblock to detente.
But they broke ranks on including the
Palestine Liberation Organization in
Mideast peace talks.
The leaders confirmed a commit-
ment to strengthen the common defen-
se of the NATO allies and called for
"the earliest possible fulfillment" of
the alliance's long-term defense goals.
The allies have agreed to deploy 572
new nuclear missiles in Western
Europe in the next three years to coun-
ter the growing Soviet arsenal of SS-20
missiles in Eastern Europe. Carter
wants to halt any erosion of that
agreement by NATO members,
especially West German Chancellor
Carter and Schmidt will meet tonight
Crowdswere thin but responded with
applause as Carter's official motorcade
wound through the streets of downtown
Rome. Security was tight during Car-
ter's tour of the city and the monumen-
ts. As a security precaution, the
Colosseum and Roman Forum were off-
limits to all other visitors during the
A demonstration by four leftist
groups at the Piazza Colonna, behind
the Chamber of Deputies, was broken
up by police before the president drove
effects of gun law
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promises," Heumann said.
- Heumann interviewed almost 40
judges and lawyers about their opinion
of the law. "Most judges weren't too
fond of the law because it undermines
Do a Tree
their ability to 'individualize justice.'
Some of the assistant prosecutors wan-
ted a safety valve-they would like to
have more discretion to drop the,
(firearm) charge," he said.
The law was put into effect amidst a
"huge" publicity campaign, according
to the researchers. Bumper stickers
reading "One with gun gets you two"
were distributed, and TV and radio
stations advertised the law up as well.
"It was part of the prosecutor's en-
thusiasm for the law," Loftin said of the
Heumann and Loftin expect to have
the final results of the study by the end
of the summer.
PRESIDENT CARTER CHATS with Italian President Pertini at the Quirinale
Presidential Palace in Rome yesterday. A tapestry depicting the myth of
Perseus holding the head of the Medusa hangs in the background.
AT CINEMA GUILD TONIGHT
LA CAGE AUX FOLLIES
At 7:30 and 9:30. In 35mm.
A gay St. Tropez nightclub manager and his tempestuous lover Zaza who stars in
the club's show have raised the former's son and the little ingrate becomes
engaged to the daughter of the foremost national morality crusader. Worse
than that the prudes come to call on their future in-laws. Zaza can think of noth-
ing but to butch it up and brazen it out. Wildly funny farce. Life isn't easy, but
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