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* ENDING THURSDAY *
PETER O'TOOLE KATHARINE HEPBURN
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THE ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE
CELEBRATES ITS 40TH ANNIVERSARY
Celebrate with us all season long .. .
"MAME"-December 14-21
"A DELICATE BALANCE"-February 4-7
"THE FANTASTIKS"-March 25-28
"THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH"-April 22-25
"THE ODD COUPLE"-May 20-23
Lydia Mendelssohn & Trueblood Theatres
The public is cordially invited to loin the celebration by attend-
ing an OPEN HOUSE October 3 and 4 from 8:00 p.m.; Sunday,
October 5 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 o m.
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THE NIXON ADMINISTRATION has slashed $215 million
from the Model Cities program-a 42 per cent cut in funds for
rehabilitating some of the nation's worst urban slums.
The White House will allow only $300 million instead of the5
$515 million that had been ticketed in April to move at least 60
Model Cities projects from the planning stage to program grants dur-
ing the current fiscal year ending next June 30.
However, increases in other urban renewal assistance will par-
tially offset the reductions for Model Cities and the other programs.
COMMUNIST CHINA indicated yesterday a willingness to
negotiate with the Soviet Union on border issues.
The announcement, made on the eve of the twentieth anniversary.
of Communist China in both the People's Daily and Red Flag, the twot
party publications, was seen by some officials as an indication there
had been a realignment of the Chinese leadership.
However, as if to dispel rumors, the Chinese government also>
made an unprecedented announcement that both Mao Tse-tung ¢
and his heir Lin Piao would attend anniversary festivities.
* * * 0
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC PROTESTS have not altered -Associated Press
.S. plans to detonate a nuclear blast in Alaska on Thursday.
Despite warnings from Sen. J. W. Fulbright, chairman of the Mtlienr receives educ tiOn report
Senate Foreign Relations Committee, congressmen from many states
and many non-government scientists, the Atomic Energy Commission OBSCEN TYV ISSUE-
still plans to detonate a one megaton blast in the earthquake-prone OBSCENITdu 0SA rUE:
Aleutian Islands about 1400 miles from Anchorage, the nearest popula- ., -
tion center.
Fearing possible earthquakes and severe tidal waves, Japan and
Argus publi*shier se
Canada also lodged protests with the State Department yesterday.
To protest the blast, Canadian students today plan to block land * *
routes from the continental United States to Alaska by massive sit-
downs on the highways.
GERMAN POLITICS are likely to experience the first real Ken Kelley, publisher of the Ann Arbor Argus filed a
shift of power since the formation of the present German republic.
federal suit Monday against Washtenaw County Prosecutor
With the announcement by the liberal Free Democrats that they William Delhey, Ann Arbor Police Chief Walter Krasny and
will first negotiate with the Social Democrats concerning the forma- City Councilman James Stephenson. The suit seeks a settle-
tion of a coalition government, the Christian Democrats, who have ment of $10,000 from each respondant.
ruled all coalition governments since World War II will fall out of
power. The suit - filed under the Civil Rights Act - asks that
In preparation for the new government, the Central Bank of the Michigan obscenity statute under which Kelley is being
Germany freed the price of the German mark on the free market put- prosecuted be declared unconstitutional and inapplicable
ting heavy pressure on the U.S. dollar. It is expected that the new 'in Kelley's case.
Social Democratic government will revalue the mark upward. Kelley is charged with printing an allegedly obscene

statewide average for school
operating expenses."
Milliken's proposal to eliminate
the state board of education, it
was understood, would also re-
quire revising constitutional au-
thority over the respective boards
of the University, Michigan State
and Wayne State in Detroit.
The state education department
drector would'appoint regional d--
rector s, and sizes of the regions
would be set by a special appor-
tionment commission subject to
legislative review. No legislative t
change in the district boundariest
would be permitted under the pro-1
posed bills.
To allow for the substitution ofs
the statewide tax, the commis-1
sion also proposed that the con-1
stitutional ceilings on local prop-
erty taxes be lowered.-
While the statewide property
tax could mean higher propertyt
taxes in some areas, executive de-
partment experts say more than
75 per cent of the state's students
go to schools in areas where taxes#
are expected to be less.-
As the plan now is envisioned,E
it would offer a total property taxr
saving of $320 million based on an
estimated 1971 total valuation of
$40 billion.
In addition, Milliken's press'
secretary said the governor's pro-

Chicago
jurors
locked
(Continued from Page 1)
The defendants revealed t Ih e
topic of the closed meeting against
the advice of their lawyers - at a
press conference.
A source close to the defense
said the two jurors involved were
Kristi King and Ruth Petersen.
Hayden said they both "appeared
open, honest and impartial to all
the defendents."
.The defense is worried that the
threats will cost the two women
their places on the jury, parti-
cularly because Miss King is only
23 years old and the sister of a
former VISTA recruiter. Mrs.
Petersen, a housewife, has a son
enrolled in the University of Illi-
nois and a high school aged
daughter.
The fate ,of the two jurors will
be decided in court this morning,
and it seems probably that both
will be excused from the jury.

LANSING (T) -Gov. William Milliken's Special Educa-
tion Reform Commission yesterday recommended an increase
of $286 million in public education spending and asked that
an additional $25 million be allocated for parochial and
private schools in the state.
In addition, the commission's report proposed constitu-
tional amendments abolishing the state board of education
and instituting a uniform statewide property tax to provide
school operating expenses.
The board of education, the report recommended, should
be replaced by state education director and the tax "should
be set somewhere below the

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1969, in the locations noted below.
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New applications and changes to
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added at this time, including those
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ice.
No new applications, changes, or ad-
ditions will be accepted after this
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new employees or normal changes in
existing contracts made within the al-
lowable 30-day period.
Our next Open Enrollment Period
will not occur until October of 1970.
Flu Shots: "Flu Shot" Clinic, Health
Service, Thursday, October 2 and Wed-

- ---picture of Stephenson holding posal will not recommend a grad- Earlier
hd-lEirgieryesterday morning, chief
nesday, October 15 from 8:00 - 11:30 ca tional Education Consultant, MA in a superimposed penis uated income tax.
a.m. and 1:00 - 4:30 p.m. $2.00 for Voc Ed, or other approp area and 3 s- The commission's report, signed
tuents and student spouses and $3.00 years similar work. Communications The suit also requests that an by all six members but including
for faculty, staff and their spouses. Executive, BA and 6 years in design be issued a few remarks in spe- Poet
Persons who have had a flu shot and promotion of telecommunication lnnto rvnigif disres, eting theeeryireading
since 1967 need only one shot at this systems. Water Resources Planner, BA the City of Ann Arbor and Wash- cific areas, leaves the details of
time. Others should receive two flu in wildlife, ping, recreation, econ area tenaw County officials from prO- the recommendations to Milliken's The Pulitzer prize winning
shots at an interval of two weeks or with 2 years urban or regional plan- secuting Kelley for his political staff. poetess, Gwendolyn Brooks, will
more.ninactivity.beliefs The governor is to speak on a give a reading of her poems in
statewide television broadcast to- the Union Ballroom tonight at
Applications: LSA Scholarships for Kelley has charged that the re- night and will make further rec- 8 p.m.
Winter, Spring, Spring-summer a n d U AINf ' 11UiN spondants to the suit are tryinglniommendtins omtie frteisatre- 8pms.ros neo h oe
Summer terms available 1220 AngellORG NIZATN to use the obscenity laws to f ommendations to the Legislature Miss Brooks, one of the fore-
Hall. Applications due October 31. I'during the next two weeks. most black poets in America
1969. 3.0 or above grade point aver- N Tm n out of business Only Parochiaid received spe- today, was appointed Poet Lau-
ages in LSA required. Information: 764- When contacted, Delhey said, cific, detailed commission recom- reate of Illinois in January
-:_: .:_:":I don't quite see what the ques- mendations. "The n o n p u b 1 i c 1968 and was nominated for the
Bach Club meeting: Thurs., Oct. 2, tion is, but Kelley is resorting to schools have public value," the National Book Award in 1969.
cement, Service 8:00; 1236 Washtenaw (at S. Forest near the courts, and that is fine." commission report states simply. __
GEN3LI SION S. Univ.) Speaker: Randolph Smith, Kelley's preliminary hearing on But state aid to parochial
"How Beautiful, Interesting and Ex- the obscenity charge begins today. schools should never exceed two defense attorney William Kunst-
citing the 1st Movement of Biach's Can-.
Current Position Openings received tata 35 Is". Refreshments and fun Conviction carries a maximum per cent of the total public school 1er had filed a "renewed emer-
by mail and phone, not interviews ol afterwards. Everyone welcome! No penalty of a year in jail and a budget, the commission said. gency motion" for the disqualifi-
campus, call 764-7460 for further in- knecessary For info. .. cation of Judge Hoffman, but
musical knowledge nfine.y.FoMrs., IHatrrietJdgechamanr-u
formation: call 663-2827, 665-6806, or 761-7356. $1,000fnr .M .Haethillisn caihd .
Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, * * * * I Delhey issued a warrant f o r man of the Michigan citizens to the motion was denied. Kuntsler
Wis: Organic Chemists, ES MS, University Lutheran Chapel, Oct. 1, Kelley's arrest after City Attorney advance public education, imme- based the motion on the judge's
City of Minneapolis: Accountants, 10:00 p.m., 1511 Washtenaw, Midweek Jerrold Lax refused to prosecute diately announced that the organ- earlier citation for contumnacious
biostatistician, Engineers, Community Devotion, The Rev. A. Scheips, "Free- n- izaton would go to court in an at conduct of Leonard Weinglass, the
Health Aides. dom For All". under the City obscenity ordin- nuouegotwo ceuensinlanyer-
*elhAds o o l - -tempt to prevent the state from number two defense lawyer.
Aiyerst Laboratories, Mich. area:** *Ianetmpto rvnthestefm
Pharmaceutic 1lSales, BS In scl. area Graduate Outing Club, Sunday, Oct. _nce._ giving funds to nonpublic schools, Kunstler stated in his motion
pref, no exper necess. 5, for hiking, canoeing, volleyball, oc- however. that reporter Nicholas Von Hoff-
State of Connecticut: veteran's aid casional horseback riding. Meet at The Michigan Daily, edited and man- Under the commissions proposal man of the Washington Post had
investigator, degree and 1 year in Huron St. entrance to Rackham. Im- aged by students at the University of Ud the ommissions propos mf o fr the Wahdgto Pot had
social, personnel, welfare, insurance, mediately followed by the Graduate Michig'an. News phone: 764-0552. Second the state would pay 50 per cent ofI overheard the judge say "Now we
financial institution or related exper. Eating Club. Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich- the parochial teachers' salaries for are going to hear this wild man
Financial responsibility'' evaluator, de- * * " igan, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, time spent teaching subjects, with Weinglass," in an elevator return-
gree and 1 year related work, in any of India Students Association announces Michigan 48104, Published daily Tues- the subsidy boosted to 75 per cent ing to the courtroom following a
a variety of institutions. Day C a r e the celebration of Gandhi Centenary on day through Sunday morning Univer-bthe 7i-7bosho75yer noontecortrdmy.olowinha
Program Spec, MA degree in Soc. Wk., Wednesday, October 1st, in the Rack- sity year. Subscription rates: $10 by by the 1972-73 school year. n recess last Friday. Less than
child dev, family relations etc. Em- ham Amphitheater at 7:30 p.m. Free carrier, $10 by mail. By 1972, the commission added, half an hour later - after Judge
ployment Interviewer, degree, no ex- fun and refreshments . . . everybody Summer Session published Tuesday nonpublic schools should be sub- Hoffman had continually cut into
per. Employment Counselor Trainee, welcomed. through Saturday morning. Subscrip- ject to the same evaluation and Weinglass' opening presentation
degree in guidance, psych, soc. or re- * * * tion rates: $3.00 by carrier, $3.00 by controls as the state's pub- -he held the defense attorney in
lated areas. Aldersgate Student Fellowship Dis- mail.quality
State of Michigan: Vocational Edu- cussion, Oct. 1, 8:15, Rm. 3Z Union. lic schools. contempt.
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