THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, November16, 1974
Pane Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Be careful with fi extra food
There are babes exr fo
aid to poora
had turned down the request
"to keep our option open." The
Agriculture Secretary echoed
this yesterday by saying the
U.S. would now continue its pol-
icy of meeting the needs of
hungry people on a country-by-
country, quarterly basis.
The President's refusal, how-
ever, has further heightened
the feeling among many par-
ticipants that the conference
will have little to offer the
world's 500 million hungry.
In Washington, Presidential
Press Secretary Ronald Nessen
confirmed that the President
had refused the request, but
said Ford reaffirmed the U.S.
intention to increase food aid to
Improvement seen in
balance of payments,
WASHINGTON UPI) - Th value. The department iskcur
WASHNGTO (UI) -Therently studying ways to make
U.S. balance of payments im- the payments figures more help-
proved in two areas in the third ful to economists and financial
quarter, in part because of the observers.
slowdown in the domestic econ-
omy, the Commerce Depart-
ment said yesterday.
The official reserve transac-
tions balance swung from a $4.5 Be careful with fire
billion deficit in the secondr ab
quarter to a $330 million deficit I s
in the July-September quarter. in1th woods.
At the sametime, the deficit
position in the net liquidity
"The international petroleum
sitaution, troubled international
financial markets and slowing
economic activity here and
abroad were major factors con-
tributing to these changes," the
The payments measures used
to be good indications of the
strength of the dollar in rela-
tion to other world money., 1
(Continued from Page 1) the st-te legislitire, and Gov-
tion or agency that denies stu- ernor William Milliken will an-
dents the right to inspect and nonce his proposed state bud-
review all official records, files get in January.
and other information directly In adopting the 13.2 per cent
related to the students . . in- figure, the Regents rejected the
cluding all the material in the' 18 per cent hike plan proposed-
pupils' cumulative record." by the Committee on the Eco
nomic Status o the Faculty
THE MEASURE also gives (CESF). CESF leaders had ar-
students the opportunity for a gued that the larger hike was
hearing to "correct or remove necessary for University salary
inaccurate, misleading or inap- le-els to catch up with stand-
propriate data," ards at other similar universi-
The 13.2 per cent faculty com-: ties.
pensation increase, approved by Regent Dean Baker (R-Ann
the Regents yesterday, is slated Arbor) voted against the 13 per
mainly for faculty and staff cent hike, saying that the figure
salary hikes. was "irresponsible" in view of
The plan will be forwarded to current economic conditions.
Rocky's brother tries
for deduction on book
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WASHINGTON (UPI) - Nel-'
son Rockefeller's brother Laur-
ance testified yesterday he in-
tends to claim a $58,172 income
tax deduction on the loss he
suffered in the publishing of a
biography critical of his broth-
er's 1970 Democratic opponent
for New York's governorship.
Laurance Rockefeller testified
at the confirmation hearing on
Nelson's vice presidential nomi-
nation that he considered the
project a business venture -
not a political undertaking -
and so "as a matter of princi-,
ple" he intends to try to de-
duct his losses resulting from
the book's sluggish sales.
"I HATE to involve the Unit-
ed States government in paying
a loss for something We wish
we had not done, but as a mat-
ter of principle I hope we re-
cover," he told the Senate Rules;;
"I wish you luck," replied..
Senator Claiborne Pell (D-R.I.),
The committee completed}
three days of hearings devoted.
mostly to inquiring whether the,
creation of a dummy Delaware
corporation to publish the book
was an attempt to conceal the
Rockefeller role in financing
the project - and whether this
represented a misuse of wealth
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The GEO is adamant in its
demand of a wage increase over
the eight per cent increase
which the University has offer-
ed. At a mass meeting Wed-.
nesday night, union spokesper-
son claimed that of all Big Ten
Universities Michigan's salary
level is' the lowest. According to
the union, a half-time employe
at Michigan receives pay of
$2724 as opposed to $4109 at
Wisconsin, the University with
the highest paid TF's.
A head-to-head confrontation
over the issue of job security
remains largely unresolved. The
University rejected the original
GEO demand that every gradu-
ate employe be guaranteed a
five year term of employment.
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tain that if a department were
to lose large numbers of Stu-
dents, and therefore a large
number of TF's, the department
would still be required to pay
all teaching assistants regard-
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CHIEF University negotiator
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contract the whole college on
this. We cannot agree because
it commits all departments to
guarantee four years. We feel
we can't guarantee that kind of
The union objected vehement
ly to the University offer of
one term of job security. GEO
I negotiator Dave Gordon de
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(gradaute student assistant)
program has made a pretty big
commitment in his life. All
we're asking is that the Univer-
sity makes some sort of com-
mitment in return."
T h e University bargaining
team plans to reply to the new
GEO economic package next
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be "a political mistake" for
Ford to keep on remaining
members of former President
Nixon's cabinet. He called for
Ford to be "more coldblooded"
in making executive appoint-
Border noted that Ford's par-
ticipation in the recent midterm
election campaign proved to be
"essentially irrelevant," except
in a few borderline cases.
Nevertheless, he maintained
that "we do not now have a
But because new Democratic
House members received ex-
tensive labor support, Broder
noted that Congress would prob-
ably be "highly sensitive" to
jumps in the unemployment
rate ahead of increases in in-
flation. "At this point, the
Democrats have no economic
policy of their own," he said.
Broder was invited to the
University by Prof. Warren
Miller, who supervises the Po-
litical Science 300 course.
Can an one
You're pretty darn good at
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