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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 10. 1961

TIlE MICII~AN DAILY WFflNF.~DAY MAY ifl 1Qfl~~

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Gov. Romney 'ACTIVE CRITICISM':

'

Plans For

'Bad Advertising' Threatens

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Budget Slash Rackhaim Exhiibit, Art Museum

Orders Departments
To Delay Filling Jobs
Until Tax Reform

Exhibi
toriously
vertising
more im
this stu

Report Plan for New Proposal)

LANSING /P) -Gov. George snly,
Romney said yesterday he has or- This is
dered state department heads to there isz
delay filling job vacancies and to sthows, s
prepare plans for curtailing low- which at
priority activities in case a budget and bril
slash is required.'of arhit
Romney, who already has put alumni;
the state on notice it faces an "what-ti
austerity budget" involving cuts organize
in current expenditures unless new
revenue sources are found, blamed, So, so
"delay in enactment of a program to alum
of tax reform" for the order to bulk, r
state officials.
The 'order told department plans.
heads to slash spending between teons lik
now and July 1 by: tentous
-Deferring filling job vacancies years of
in many
-Curtailing travel and putting honest.
off purchase of office equipmenthvest.'
and furniture, rests in
-Minimum restocking where sequalid
possible.
Departments I was
For the year beginning July 1, graph o
the department heads were order- Theatre
ed to limit filling of vacant state and Bo
jobs. winner"
"Until further notice, only those Contest;
positions absolutely necessary to idence"i
maintain present levels of essen- viewers,
tial services should be filled," other pt
Romney wrote in the order. whte
Romney was busy campaigning of foam
for the 1968 Republican presi- underdev
dential nomination prior to yester- find not
day's statement. He told newsmen drawing
that he came to Cleveland Monday company
night in search of campaign funds very frus
for a probable presidential bid The o
next year. lodged a
Romney said in brief news con-
ferences that his speech to the its adve:
Fifty Club might help generate has two
campaign donations.
Concession
Michigan newsmen who have
followed Romney's cross-country
search for presidential support
said it w'as the first time the gov-
ernor has conceded he was seeking
campaign dollars.
The Republican governor spoke,
behind closed doors at a hotel, to
150 members and guests of thej T
Fifty Club, a group of top civic,
industrial and business leaders.
Romney was asked about Rich-
ard Nixon's statement Monday
that if nominated by the GOP
next year, the former vice pres-,
ident would win.{

tions at Rackham are no-!
badly attended. Bad ad-1
is partly responsible. But
nportant is the fact that
.dent population, quite
does not seem interested.
deplorable on two counts:
no active criticism of bad
;ch as the present exhibit,
ttempts to show the range
liance of the achievement
tects who are University
and second, it produces a
he-hell" attitude from the
rs.
lme active criticism. It is
d enough to stake a claim
nic brilliance by way of
ws of photographs and
Sesquicentennial celebra-
ke this are not only pre-
(what's so good about 150
f existence, anyway?) but
ways are downright dis-
The real proof of the Uni-
pride in its architects
the perpetuation of that
little building on Monroe.
interested in the photo-
of the Tyrone Guthrie
at Minneapolis; in Wehrer
rkin's "preliminary stage
of the FDR Memorial
and in the "Twist res-
in Phoenix, Arizona. Other
no doubt, would find
points of interest. But,
it be churches or the use
a plastics for housing in
veloped areas, you will
,thing more than a single
or plan-not even an ac-
ying explanatory "blurb"-
strating!
nly criticsm that can be
gainst the Art Museum, is
rtising. Now, the Museum
new exhibits-paintings
- --

by Magnasco and drawings by'
Robert Rauschenberg-but, quite
inexplicably, only the Magnasco is,
advertised,
The Magnasco paintings really'
need no introduction. And finally

if none of this appeals, the per-
manent collection with its Beck-
mann, its fine, though small,
group of English sculptures, and
the new building, should be
enough to get you in the Museum.

-Associated Press
NO MAN'S LAND
A U.S. Marine patrols Hill 881 near the Laotian border in
South Vietnam. The battle between U.S. Marines and the Viet
Cong for possession of the hill was one of the bloodiest of the war.

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STARTS
FRIDAY

"May we pushed too fast the
first time," DeMaso said. He had
hopes for success the second try
because the new Senate version
of the tax package "is being work-
ed on as a bipartisan venture."
DeMaso emphasized that the pro-
posed new tax package is not yets
in its final form.
The chairman said he expected
Sen. Coleman Young, (D-Detroit),
a member of the taxation com-

mittee, back today. Young has Who am I to question Mr.
been hospitalized for a week. Nixon?" Romney replied.
His first step, DeMaso said, will More Support
be to call another meeting of his j Romney's growing political or-
taxation committee yesterday. ganizatiori also pulled New York's
state GOP chairman into its ranks
: ::.....:.........:................... ;: M on day -.
Carl Spad, 50, departed the
$30,000-a-year New York post and
joined Romney "with the under-
standing and approval" of New
:..:::.:;:;::::a. York Gov, Nelson Rockefeller.
Romny cae toCleveland
mer, 1130 Dis-type computer. Some Monday night in search of cam-
bkgd. in math, programming, but will paign funds for a probable presi-
Itrain.pagfudfoaprbbersi
M *dential bid next year, he told
For further information please call newsmen.

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