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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILl

TUESDAY, JANUARY 3Q, 1968

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TOULON, France (P)-A search
ship picked up an echo yesterday
that could possibly be from the
missing French submarine Min-
erve with 52 crewmen aboard.
Officers said, however, the sub-
marine Ariane went down to veri-
fy the sonar echoes and could
identify the object only as a me-
tallic mass. The site also is out-
side the zone in which the 190
foot long Minerve was supposed
to have been operating.
Despite the doubts, a research
submarine was rushed toward the
President
Asks Record
'69 Budget
(Continued from Page 1)
automatically to $365 billion on
July 1 - Johnson said no in-.
crease in the legal limit will be
needed. But if Congress fails to
vote the surcharge, he will have
to ask an increase.
9 Credit. A possible squeeze on
the supply of mortgage credit,
perhaps enough to damage. the
housing recovery, is seen in a pro-
posed curtailment of the Federal
National Mortgage Association
(FNMA). The FNMA's mortgage
purchases - which funnels money
into the hands of the mortgage
lenders - would be cut from this
year's $2.3 billion to less than $1
billion in 1968.
* Housing. In an apparent ef-
fort to offset the FNMA squeeze,
Johnson recommended elimina-
tion of the 6 per cent ceiling on
interest rates on mortgage insured
by the Federal Housing Adminis-
tration and guaranteed by the
Veterans Administration.
That would permit higher
mortgage interest rates, raising
the cost to homebuyers. But it
might attract more invesment
funds into the mortgage market.
Johnson called on Congress to
help him "cull out lower priority
programs." Many of the proposed
cuts would require legislation, and
most were deep enough to assure
heated opposition when they start
tirough the congressional mill.
Included were merchant ship
construction, federal outlays for
college academic facilities con-
struction, other education and
health programs, farm operating
loans and rural electrification
loans.
A slash of $230 million in space
agency funds was urged. Never-
theless, Johnson promised an ag-
gressive space program to reach
the goal of a man on the moon by
1970 and develop a "new space-
craft for launch in 1973 to orbit
and land on Mars"
On the up side, about $3.3 bil-
lion of the $10.4 billion budget in-
crease would go into the military
budget, Johnson said, producing
an over-all national defense out-
lay of $79.8 billion. The latter
figure includes not only the Pen-
tagon's $76.7 billion but indirect
defense outlays in the atomic
energy, stockpile and other pro-
grams.
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scene near Porquerolles island off
the southern French coast.
In the eastern Mediterranean,
two destroyers searched off Cy-
prus for an indicator buoy that
may have come from the Israeli
submarine Dakar, lost Thursday
with a crew of 69.
French navy sources said the
echo that may have been from
the 800 ton Minerve, which van-!
ished Saturday, came from a
depth of 500 feet.
The research submarine SP300
-- the "diving saucer" - can de-
scend 1,300 feet.
The French also requested the
U.S. 6th Fleet to help with special
diving equipment.
American Aid
The American equipment was
understood to, include something
like a diving bell, and the U.S.
submarine recovery ship Petreol.
In the ┬░eastern Mediterranean,
the buoy transmitting radio sig-
nals on the same frequency as the
missing Israeli submarine Dakar's
buoys was last heard Sunday
night, Israeli navy headers in
Haifa reported.
The communications center in

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 30
Day Calendar
Twentieth Annual Fire Instructors
Conference - Registration, Civil De-
fense Center, 8:30 a.m.
School of Music - University Wood-
wind Quintet - Nelson Hauenstein,
flute; Florian Mueller, Oboe; John
Mohler, Clarinet; Lewis Cooper, Bas-
soon; Louis Stout, French Horn; Mar-
ian Owen, Pianist: Lecture Hall, Rack-
ham Building, 8:30 p.m.
Joint Judiciary Council - open
meeting on Jan. 30 at 9:15 p.m. in
3540 S.A.B.

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Approval request forms for student BA/MA Econ., Educ., Engl., Gen. Lib.
sponsored events are available in Arts, Law, Math., Poli. Sdi., Psych.,
Rooms 1001 and 1546 of the Student Speech, Soc., Soc. work for Insurance
Activities Building. (Home Office), Advertising, Mgmt.
The UM Forester's Club, Diag Adver- Trng., Personnel, Sales.
tising, Feb. 12-16, 1968, 12-1 p.m., the Fri., Feb. 9
Diagonal. University of Michigan, Personnel
The UM Forester's Club, Paul Bun- Office, Ann Arbor, Mich. - M & F.
BA:MA Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts, Journ.,
an Dance, Feb 7, 1968, 8 p.m.-2 a.m., Lib. Sc., Microbiol., Pharm., Biochem.,
League Ballroom, Chem., (Analy., Gen., Inorgan, Organ.,
Physical) for Biology, Botany, Zool.
Library, Mgmt. Trng., Purchasing, Sec-
P retarial, writing.
U.S. Civil Service Commission -
Interviews for the week of Feb. 5-9 M & F. Mr, R. Birdsong & Mr. J. Den
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Mon., Feb. 5 R. Kehoe will furnish information
Army Finance Center, Ft. Benjamin about the Social Sec. Admin. Please
Harrison, Indianapolis, Ind. - P.M. make appt. with the person who will
M & F. All degree levels Econ., Educ., best be able to answer your questions.
Gen. Lib. Arts, Journ., Poll. Sdi.,
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Pub. Admin. Make interview appointments at Rm.
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habilitation, Ann Arbor, Mich.-M & F wise specified.
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Haifa had been picking up the , Leo Burnett Company, Inc., Chicago,
signals sinle Saturday night, but Ge r altces Ill. - M & F. All degree levels Econ.,
Engl., Fine Arts, Gen. Lib. Arts, Journ.,
they were too brief for a position Attention: Prof. Fine's History 5621 Math,. Poli. Sci., Psych., Speech, Soc.,
fix, class will meet from now on in room for Advertising, Mkt. Research.
Maiden Voyage 182 PA, MWF, 11:00 a.m. J. L. Hudson Company, Detroit,
Mich. - M & F. BA Econ., Engi., Fine
It was the first clue on the There will be a general meeting of Arts, Gen. Lib. Arts. Hist., Poli. Si.,
whereabouts of the Dakar which the Washington Summer Intern Pro- Soc. for Mgmt. Trng.
vanihedon er mide voagegram on Jan, 31 at 4:00 p.m. in the
vanished on her maiden voyage Multipurpose Room of the Undergrad- Household Finance Corp., Chicago,
under the Israeli flag from Ports- uate Library. The purpose of this Ill.-BA/BS any field for Mgmt. Trng.
mouth, England. Israel bought meeting will be to diffuse some job Cook County Dept. of Public Aid,
t. information and set up the program Chicago, Ill. - M & F. BA Poli. Set.,
h for the rest of the semester. If you Psych.. Gen. Lib. Arts, Soc., Soc. Work
Hopes of finding the 1,280 torn cannot attend, call 764-3492. for Soc Work. Voc. Couns., and Place-
submarine still' were dim as the ment.
British destroyer Diana, and the Applications for L.S.&A. Scholarships Mutual of New York, New York, N.Y.
I s r a e 11 destroyer Yaffo were for the Spring-Summer Term, 1968; M & F. BA/MA Econ., Engl., Gen.
rushed to the area in which the Spring Term (IIIA), 1968; Summer Lib. Arts, Hist., Math., Philos., Physics,
Term (IIIB), 1968; Fall Term, 1968; Poll. Sci., Psych., Speech, Soc. for Ad-
buoy was thought to be located, Winter Term, 1969, will be aavilable in vertising, Elec. Computing, Insurance
south of eastern Cyprus and east Room 1220 Angell Hall beginning Feb. (Home Office), Mgmt. Trng., Person-
outh easenerl Cyar s anea s 1, 1968. Completed applications will be nel, Pub. Relations, Stat., Sales (In-
of the general search area. due no later than Feb. 23, 1968. Ap- side & Territ.).
The Dakar is one of eight sub- plicants must have at least 'one full Wed., Feb. 7
marines of World War II vintage semester of residence in this College B.F. Goodrich. Company, Akron, I.-
and at least a 3.0 grade point average. M & F BA/MA Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts,
which the Israeli government has L.S.&A. Scholarships are awarded on Math., Chem., Phys., or other, for
purchased from Great Britain. both need and scholarship; need being Mgmt. Trng., Market Res., Personnel,
the primary consideration. Sales (Inside & Terr.)
. If you have any questions about this Lincoln National Life Insurance Co.,
announcement, please call Miss Nona Ft. Wayne, Ind. - M & F BA Econ.,
Mustary at 764-7297. Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts, Hist., Math., for
Elec. Computing, Insurance (home Of-
Physical Education - Women Stu- fice, Claims) Mgmt. Trng., Sales (In-
dents: Women students taking re- side & Territ.), Stat.
quired physical education who were National Institutes of Health, Be-
.}# medically deferred for the first half of thesda, Md. - M & F. All degree levels
this term should report to Office 15, ice. or. i.SiMt. i
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN- Barbour Gymnasium, to sign for the Biochem., Journ., Lib. Sk., Math., Mi-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially second half of the term. Registration crobiol., and Soc. Work for Biology,
Elec. Computing, Mgmt. Trng., Per-!
recognized and registered student orga- will be held from 8:00 a.m. to noon sonnel, Pub. Admin., Soc. Work, Stat.,
nizations only. Forms are available in and 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., Mon. through Tech. Writing, Science.
room l*u SAB. Thurs., Jan, 29 through Feb. 1. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Upperclass students who wish to -BA/MA Anthro., Econ., Educ., Engl.,
UM Scottish Country Dance Society elect physical education classes may Fine Arts, For. Lang., Gen. Lib. Arts,
meeting every Wed., 8:00-10:30 p.m., do so on Thurs. and Fri. mornings Geog., Hist, Journ., Lib. Sci., Music,
Women's Athletic Bldg. Beginners Wel- only, Feb. 22 and 23. Philos., Poli. Sci., Psych., Speech, Soc.
come. Instruction given. - for Mgmt in Educ Sales areas - Col-
* ~,* .w~* 37..lege Div. Field Reps.
Committee for Improved Education F 1or( ei Olt FV gSiL rS Thurs., Feb. 8
presents - John Holt, educator and General Foods Corp., white Plains,
author of How Children Fail and How The following foreign visitors can be N.Y. - M & F. All degree levels Econ.,
Children Learn, in a benefit talk for reached through the Foreign Visitor Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts, Hist., Journ., r
the children's community, 7:30 p.m, Programs Gffice, 764-2148. Law, Math., Microbiol., Philos., Poli.
Wed. Jan. 31, Schorling Auditorium - Miss Elsa Sanchez De la Vega, Ele- Sci., Psych., Speech, Soc., Biochem.,
University High School. mentary school teacher, Mexico, Jan. Chem. (Analy., Gen. Organ.), for Elec.
* * * 22-Feb. 14, 1968. Computing, Mgmt. Trng., Market Res.,
Bach Club meeting, Wed. Jan 31, 8 Prof. and Dr. Nikolai Todorov, Direc- Personnel, Prod, Purchasing, Sales (In-
p.m., Guild House, 802 Monroe; talk- tor Institute of Balkan Studies, Sofia, side & Territ.), Stat., Res. & Devel.
ing, listening, etc. BYO Bach records. B Mead Johnson & Co., Evansville, Ind.
For further information call 769-1605. - M & F. All degree levels Econ., Gen.
* * * Prof. Toparo Okada, School of Social Lib. Arts, Math., Pharm., Chem.
UM. Ski Club meeting tonite, 7:30 Work, Shikoku, Gakiuh College, Japan, (Analy., Gen., Organ.) for Elec. Corn-
p.m., Assembly Hall Union. Sign up for Jan. 30-Feb. 2, 1968. puting, Mgmt Trng., Market Res., Per-
inter-collegiate weekend at Boyne. Miss Elida Tuana, Director, Teachers sonnel, Assoc. Dir, of Sci. Info. &
Movies, too. Training Colleges, President, Society of Regulatory Affairs.
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