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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 1.0, 1975

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, January 10, 1973

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U' names women's Governor discloses bond

program director

package in annual address

By MARY HARRIS
After a year long vacancy,
the University has finally ap-
pointed Gail Resnick as the new
Women's Program Coordinator.
Resnick was formerly a wom-
en's advoate and member of the
women's commission at the
School of Education.
THE position was originally
created four years ago under
the title of women's advocate.
Claire Jeannette, who held the
post for three years, resigned
in November 1973 for personal
reasons.
According to Resnick, the
focus of the job has changed
somewhat in the interim. Dur-
ing the past four years women's
groups have been formed in
many schools of the University
to help women of their own con-
stituencies.
The nature of her office, Res-j
Try
Daily
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nick says, is "coordination and
support," and its function is to
"create communication between
these different units on cam-
pus."
SHE also points out that the
focus of her work is no longer
ground breaking, but mainte-
nance. "We want to make sure
that all the gains that have
been made for women in this
University remain, and that af-
firmative action continues," she
explained.
Her office also handles a
number of other jobs. Resnick
will work with women's groups
ibothon campus and in the com-
munity, publicizing their exist-
ence and putting them in touch
with each other. Shealso does
consultation work to help fledg-
ling groups organize and plan.
While mostly concerned with
women's organizations, Resnick
also offers individual referrals.
She stresses that the office is
open to any woman within the
University with a problem. Men
are also welcome, "since sex
discrimination is by no means
one sided," she added.
The office is located in rm
332 of the Union, and has up-to-
date information on women's
groups and services throughout
the University.

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LANSING - Taking his firsta
big economic step for 1975, Gov-"
ernor William Milliken revealed
a billion dollar bonding package
in his state of the state ad-
dress Thursday, designed to
boost the faltering economy and
create new jobs.
Milliken called on the state1
legislature to approve $175 mil-
lion in bonding for mass trans-
portation, $230 million for con-
struction projects, and $400 mil-
lion for bonding by the Michi-
gan State Housing Development,
Authority (MSHDA).

that the $205 million Vietnam come tax to off set lost reve-
Veterans bonus, to be imple- nues,
mented this year, will also -A $3 million summer em-

"help stimulate the economy."
"The need for job stimulus is
now and the funds aren't avail-
able to get it," said Gerald
Miller, Milliken's budget direc-I
tor.
In addition to the bonding is-
sue, Milliken included 150 pro-
posals in his 82 page address.
SOME major proposals are:
-A major increase in reve-
nue sharing for local govern-

_

ployment program in an at-
tempt to a create 4000 youth
jobs,
Putting before Michigan resi-
dents a proposal allowing the
governor the right to appoint
Judges to the state Supreme
Court and the Court of Appeals
with the advice of a designated
Judicial qualifications Commis-
sion; and
-Establishment of an Energy
Commission.
M IL LK E N called for
stronger fiscal and monetary
Sn 1 oi i e s. but also warn-

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I ments,
MILLIKEN also maintained -An increase in personal in-
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I%1c3, VAL a
.. >: .: s .: : :: . " .....ed against inflation.
Day Calendar background in physics, astron., or "The underlying ca
elect. eng. as part of BA; begins recession we are exi
Friday, January 10 August 1975; apply: Dir., Bartol Re- casson we imi aX
WUOM: Bill Moyers, "Personal Re- search Foundation. Swarthmore, can only be eimna
flections on the Current State of Pa., 19081. Conn Col. offers grad. cisive action at the f
National Affairs," 9:35 am.r T fellowships u to $3500 in 13 depts. el," he said.
EduC. Media Ctr.: Harriet Tub-. & research asst. In psych up to
man and the Underground Railroad,! $4900; write: Dir. of Grad Studies, But the House F
Schorling Aud., SEB, noon. Conn. Coll., New London, CT 06320. Caucus went on reco
Gymnastics: Big Ten Invitational, MA in Public Policy, 2 terms &in- day as opposed to t
swimming: UM vs. Wisconsin, Sch., Claremont, CA 91711. Geol. crease.
Matt Mann Pool, 7:30 pm. grad. teaching asst., $3150 stipend, - -
I. M. Sports: Badminton, volley- Oklahoma State U. Stillwater, OK
ball, tennis, Jogging, Barbour, Wat- 74074. U. of Arizona offers financial
erunan Gym, 7:30-10:30 pm. aid to gradn. students inInS1 cepts; IUIUl
Musical Society: Marceau, panto- write: Dean'of GradColl., Tucson,
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Slavic Dpt.: Yale Russian Chorus, dence hall Heads, . stipend $1850-
General Notices 10 Coll. Women Contest, 1975: Win- orde
Att. Students: Jan. 24, 1975 (5 ners receive media recognition, trip
pm) is last date for winter term to N.Y. in June, a $500 cash prize
when Registra 's Ofo. i accep a ift; en blan avalablea e h
Student 100 per cent Withdrawal CP&P; appl. deadline 2/15/75.
Notice for refund (excluding $50
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for student who reduces hours of 3200SAB, 763-4117
couris last date for winter term when Camp Tamarack, Detroit Fresh
Registrar's Ofc. will allow refund Air Society: interview Fri., Jan. 17 (Continued from P
for 50 percent withdrawal. 9-5; variety of positions open; reg-
Career Planning & Placement ister by phone or in person. Sum-; rl "some will cn

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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN"
SSS IONAL TH EAT HE PpOGseAM

l pF"' Wil1.,
those not placed will be dismiss-
ed at that time (on Monday."
Judge Joseph Rashid, in whose
packed courtroom the decision
was read, dissented from the
majority and took the side of
'the school board. Rashid, in-
volved in the Crestwood dispute
since teachers first struck last
fall, said, "to restore these
teachers in the classrooms may
conceivably destroy the respect
the students may have for the
teachers."
Judges Bowles and :Roumell
recommended, but did not or-
der, that the two sides enter
into binding arbitration to end
the year and a half long con-
tract dispute that sparked, the
walkout.
The Crestwood teachers have
been working without a contract
since the summer of 1973. Fi-
nancial issues separate. the two
sides.

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