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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday September 14 1974

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FUTURE WORLDS LECTURE SERIES
WILL.BE BACK THIS WINTER
If you want to help plan the Lecture series this
winter, come to our rmeetings-Tuesday nights in
the U.A.C. offices, 2nd floor Michigan"Union-
763-1107.
First Organizational Meeting:
TUES., SEPT. 17-8:00 P.M.

WASHINGTON AP)-President
Ford's conditional amnesty plan
would require repatriated war
resisters to spend between six
and 24 months of alternative
service, administration sources
have disclosed.
Ford will issue his amnesty
program next week, the sources
said.
THE ASSOCIATED Press
learned that the flexible formula
has been substituted for an ear-
lier proposed 18-month service
plan.
Military deserters and draft
evaders would be dealt with on
a case-by-case basis, with their
period of alternative service
depending in part on their mili-
tary and Selective Service
record.
President Ford declared his
support of conditional amnesty
Aug. 19. But announcement of
the specific plan has been de-
layed several times while de-
tails were worked out.
OFFICIALS WORKING on the
plan insist that Ford's pardon
of President Nixon and the sub-
sequent public and congressional
reaction did not cause the de-
lays.
They say the complexities
and ramifications of amnesty

delayed completion of the plan.
No one involved will speak for
the record at this point. Ford

privately expressed irritation
at leaks of the amnesty pro- (Continued from Page 1)
gramtfirst proposed by Defense any other recent attempts to
Secretary James Schlesinger locate Gill, but indicated that
and Atty. Gen. William Saxbe. efforts were being made to'
DESPITE THE new flexibility serve him with the summons.
formula, high ranking officials Under the civil suits, Gill
say Ford did not order any must be served with a sumons
softening of amnesty conditions and copy of the suit beforehe
as a result of the Nixon pardon. legally bound to appear in
"No one is naive about that court.
linkage, least of all the Presi- UNDER THE new directivel
dent," said one official. "But to press criminal charges, Bent-
the amnesty program is being ley is authorized to file a com-
handled on its own merits." plaint similar to the earl: er
This official said a program suits and go to the local police
This officia said pr ogtram or prosecutor's office with all
could have been turned out fas- the earlier evidence. "It'll be
ter, "but every time you do a matter of us sitting down and
something that quickly you in- reviewing the evidence with the
crease the risks. We don't want police and seeing if the evi-
lots of starts and stops and dence is such that it warrants
m criminal action," Bentley ex-
AS MANY AS 50,000 draft plained.
evaders and military deserters In March 1974, the Council
could be affected by the pro- passed a motion ordering Sand-
gram. Several thousand are berg and Bentley to "investi-
liviing abroad, unable to legally gate with the police the possi-
re-enter the United States with- bility of .p r e s s i n g criminal
out becoming subject to prose- charges" against Gill and "that
cution. SGC file criminal charges when
President Nixon had stead- evidence of criminal wrong'o-
but F o tod tam- ing exists or is discovered for
fastly opposed any form of am- the misuse of funds."
nesty,veterans After that action, entley
convention in Chicago: "I want Atrta cin ete
them to come home if they want said, he spoke with a local poi-
to work their way back." In lice officer, and "it was decided
calling for a conditional pro- at that time that the case was
gram rather than outright par- a civil matter."
don, he declared: "As I reject WHEN ASKED if they dis-
amnesty, so I reject revenge." cussed or decided then tnat
_____--- - - evidence of criminal wrongdo-
ing existed, Bentley refused to
comment.
SGC officials have never de-
nied the implication that the
' IIIe { charges against Gill have pro-
vided ample evidence for crim-
inal prosecution. Last March,
when the $7,000 suit was filed,
Sandberg said, "There is no'
r ; doubt in my mind that this case
is solid."

Old-time hoe-down
starts fund raiser
(Continued from Page 1) of "making people look at
ciation member Pam Densham, buildings they had never seen
"The punch is a mixture of mo-'before" as "terribly difficult,"
lasses and rum. The American last night's enthusiastic reaction
Heritage Cookbook claims the attested to-their success,
haymakers took bottles of it to One man pointed excitedly to
the fields for lunch, always re- a picture and announced, "Hey,
turning twice as fast when they I go to that church every Sun-
had it." day."
IN ADDITION TO benefitting Another woman commented,
the Cobblestone Farm Associa- "I never knew the city had so
tion, the reception, highlighted many beautiful old buildings."
a photographic sampler entitled, JEANNE ROCKWELL, whc
"A Sesquicentennial Selection." laughingly confessed to living
Architecture and Design Pro- in "a very modern house on the
fessors Lester Fader and Har- North Side," applauded the
old Himes took the striking pic- photographer's efforts saying
tures of 19th and 20th century "The old buildings have finally
city buildings over the past! received attention. People nev-
year. er realized how important re-
Fader keynoted their efforts storation is."
to "create a group of portraits The Cobblestone Farm Asso
of buildings." In addition to ciation, however, is one groui
celebrating the city's beautiful, vitally concerned with preser
old architecture the photogra- vation. Since 1974 they hav
phers wanted to "give identify been involved in restoring' th
and presence to our images. We 130 - year - old Ticknor - Camp
wanted the average observer to bell House.
experience architecture and, on
occasion, to react.
The exhibition, which includes
modest dwellings and commer- x o n s
cial buildings, is certainly not a
catalogue of University struc-
tures. "The only one I resog-
nized was President Fleming's blood c o
house," one student comment-
edI

CHRISTIAN
STUDENTS!
You know what
you believe;
WHY?
Join us as we look at:
" Historical evidences for the
Christian faith
" Science and Christianity
" Many other things?
BETHANY
BIBLE CHURCH
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9:45 A.M. PICKUP:
9:15 a.m. near C.C. Little
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ALTHOUGH THE two photog-
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SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (R)-
NioFormer President Richard N'
non has a newandpaifulbloo
jclot in hslf e n ss
un ifering from "severe strain an
physical fatigue," his doctc
said yesterday.
q e i n!But Nixon is "mentally alert
99 and hospitalization has bee
ruled out at Nixon's reques
(Continued from Page 1) the doctor. Air Force Maj. Get
nersonnel needs" of the new Walter Tkach, said in a stat
President could 1he made avail- ment that a Nixon aide relaye

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styling is- our
profession
not law!
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at the Union

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CALCULATORS

able to Nixon if Ford choose to
do so.
A GSA spokesman said ves-
terdav afternoon the GSA had
received permission to use
flinds from the snecial auvro-
nriatinn. Asked for donzinmenta-
Lion, the spokesman said:
"THE OMS has told us over
the nbone today to go ahead and
vse this fund and that the paper-
work will be sent over to us."
There are indications thatI
those finds already are being
spent at the White House and
for salaries of White House per-
sonnel detailed to Nixon's San
Clemente, Calif., offices and
estate.
It was disclosed yesterday
that in addition to 13 White
House staff members still on the
nayroll but working exclusively
for the former president there
are at least eight and perhaps
as many as 17 other government
employes still in Nixon's ser-
vice.
THEY INCLUDE Nixon's per-
sonal maid and valet, a military
aide, three drivers, a medical
corpsman and one or more GSA
secretaries.
The White House aides, among
them former Press Secretary
Ronald Ziegler, appointments
secretary Stephen Bull and per-
sonal secretary Rose Mary
Woods, have combined annual
salaries of $340,000.
Congressional aides. say it
was anticipated that the $500,000
would be spent during the tran-
sition period when new people
joined Ford's White House staff
while outgoing Nixon aides stay-
ed around to help their replace-
ments "learn the ropes."

to renorters by telebhone.
THE STATEMENT did n
say how serious the clot is, a
the aide refused to call the fo
mer White House doctor to t
telep~hone.
Nixonhas been suffering fro
Iphlebitis, an inflammation of
vein, for several months.,
ailment created the first cl
"There is a new veinous el
in the former president's upp+
left leq." Tkach said.
"I HAVE found the forme
president to be suffering fror
severe strain and physical f,
tigiie, but he is mentally ales
and has been working at h
office at home each day.
"The leg is swollen and pair
ful. The clot from the earlie
phlebitis, which is still presen
causes the f o r m e r preside
periodic pain.
"Serious consideration w a
given to hospitalization, but
has been ruled out at this ti
based on former President Ni
on's wishes.
"THE FORMER -preside
will continue to receive me
cation and will be under do
tar's care, and an evaluati
will be made on a weekly basi
by Dr. Lundgren and myself.
Dr. John Lundgren is a Lon
Beach internist with a specialt
in cardiology who has been th
'Nixon's family doctor for ma
years.
Tkach said he had examin
Nixon yesterday morning aft
arriving here from Washingt
and had consulted with Lin
gren, who examined the form
president T u e s d a y in Pal
Springs.

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Probably not. All things considered you do
what you do pretty doggone well. After all, no one
has taken your job. And you're eating regularly.
But...
But have you ever considered what doing your
job just a little better might mean?
Money. Cold hard coin of the realm.
If each of us cared just a smidge more about
what we do for a living, we could actually turn that
inflationary spiral around. Better products, better
service and better management would mean savings
for all of us. Savings of much of the cash and frayed
nerves it's costing us now for repairs and inefficiency.
Point two..By taking more pride in our work
we'll more than likely see America regaining its
strength inthe competitive world trade arena. When
the balance of payments swings our way again we'll
all be better off economically.
So you see-the only person who can really
do what you do any better is you.
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Dance, Rock, and Roll
Disregard Wednesday Ad-This is the correct program
- An Evening of Nostalgia
FEATURING SIX FAMOUS TV SHOWS FROM THE FIFTIES
TH E LONE RANGER
HIS FIRST TV SHOW! A Texas Ranger, left for dead
fter an ambush, is nursed bock to health by a wander-
(nodr Indian named Tonto. He adopts a mask and swears
tavenge his comrades.
ELVIS PRESLEY
ON THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW: The TV cameras may
have cut our man off from the waist down, but they
couldn't cut off his voice as he sings 3 of his all-time
eat hits inthis classic 1956 kinescope.
Falling for the oldest trick in the books, Lois caught on
the ropes; but what's a little twine to the man of steel?
NIXON'S CHECKERS SPEECH
A leading political philosopher calls for honesty in gov-
ernment.
YOU BET YOUR LIFE

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Two Hitchcock 'Classics
NOTORIOUS
with CARY GRANT
TORN CURTAIN
with PAUL NEWMAN

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