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Thursday, February

Page Three

Call in the reserves
Employes at the UGLI reserve desk claim to be more effic-
ient this semester, but most students still view reserve book
waiting as a real pain in the neck.
Kirk Nims, supervisor of the reserve desk, says the flow of
books has been "more constant" and because of this, assistants
hn-n~~~ ~ -^" kir4 ln h nlehil t the Chh A

ixon's tax

men indicted

WASHINGTON (m) - A fed- that he had given the govern- the tax papers, was chargedI
eral grand jury indicted Rich- ment papers and other mater- with conspiracy to defraud the1
ard Nixon's tax lawyer and a ials valued at $576,000. Nixon United States, lying to the In-1
Chicago appraiser yesterday on claimed a deduction of $9'5,298 ternal Revenue Service, and ob-a
criminal charges of faking a that year and said the 0alance structing a congressin-31 in-1
$576,000 income tax deduction would be carried over for fu quiry into the tax case. The
for Nixon while he was presi- ture use. This was disallowcd. three counts carry a maximum
dent. FRANK DEMARCO, of T o s penalty of 15 years in prison
Nixon's 1969 tax return stated Angeles, whose firm prepared and $25,000 in fines.
) wa:::: :: :: -.mThe appraiser,hRalph N e w-
!man, was also charged with
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN consoiracy and of aiding and as-
;::: :::: "::.. Yniasmsgassaammsm a:. m :..e::..:: sisting in preparation of a false
Avenr WeL dt nk h f h F0hgl till 010 1ioi-


have more time to place the boo s oac on the sneives. HIcoueto a pmgcai ,1
Thursday, February 20 fng with Oak Ridge National La -
survey he conducted revealed that 13.35 per cent fewer books boratory. Deadline March 1. Write ed deduction. The two counts
are being taken out this term which also contribute to added Day Calendar Calvin Lamb, P. 0. Box X, Office of carry a maximum pe aty of
WUOM: Frank Zarb, Energy ;Professional & University Relations, e ight years in prison an.i 3 'i5,
efficiel1Cy. Chief, at Nat'l Press Club, 10:05 Oakridge, Tenn 37830. f
am. MA in College Services Admin.:0 fin~e.
But according to the students who take out the books, the Ctr. Japanese Studies: Wm. Stes- offered by Oregon State U. Write The IRS ruled in :ril, 1974
reserve desk is still slow in getting out the material. David r licke, "The Japanese Experience Dr. Wm. Fielder, Sch. of Educ., Cor- that Nixon owed $432,787 in back
Green, junior at the Residential College, complains, "I've been with National Health Insurance," vallis, Ore., 97331. taxes, including a 5 ,:-r cent
oteIlcsweei' adldaltmr fiinl. Commons Rm., Lane Hall, noon. Liberal Arts grad, Preparing' to !1
other places where it's handled a lot more efficiently." Career Plannin, Placement: Lun- teach Math, Sci., English, Soc. negligence penalty, for toe
- - cheon/discussion, women's oppor- Studies, Langs. apply to Temple U., years 1969 through 1972, as wellI
Other students are findig alternative solutions to the lengthy tunities in health sciences, busi- Philadelphia, Pa. 29122. Classes begin as interest for 1970-2.
lines. Sophomore Janet Levine simply remedied the situation ness, govt. careers, Cont. Rm. 1, 2 in June. Interns begin work in AN IRS sookesman said last
by not taking courses which require a lot of reserve reading. League, noon. city or suburban schools as full-
Education: Wilbur Cohen, "Edu-' time salaried teachers in Sept., A month that Nixon has paid what
WENDY STALO cation and Aging," 2219 SEB, noon- MA degree & certification earned. he owed for the years 1970
RegeEtsY Meeting: Discussion, "Career Opportunities for Women through 1972. Much of the txes
1:30 pm; public comments, 4 pm, inic Healt Scenes Busiess andt .t~
"uGoverentuncheon / discussi n whBlh the IRS ruled that Nixon
inA in Ann Arbor? "min. Bld will be held, Conf. Rms. 1 & 2, owed came from the disall )wed
{ Environmental S t u d i e s: J. League. Feb. 20, Noon. claims for deductions for dona-
Earls, "Primitive Society and En- summer Placement tion of his prepresidential pap-
What is the newest most popular sport this year? If you Sug- vironment," CC Little, 3 pm. 3200 SAB, 763-4117
gest cross-country skiing, you've hit the nail on the head. MHRI: James Ranck, Jr., "Be- Interviews: Register by phone or ers and for disallowed
havorial Correlates of Neuronal Fir- in erson. expenses.
It's ideal- exercise, and the chances of hurting yourself ing in Hippocampus and Septum Camp Ma - Hi - Ya, MI., Jewish The indictment against De-
are practically nill. in Unrestrained Rats," 1057 MHRI, Community Center of Toledo. Will
3:45 pm. interview Tues. Feb. 25 from 10 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
The places to ski in Ann Arbor are Kensington Park - so Ctr. Early Childhood Develop- to 5. Openings: Senior Counselors Volume LXXXV, No. 118
popular that it ices up the golf courses are next with the ar- ment, Educ. Lawrence Kohlberg, 20 and up, junior counselors 18 Thursday, February 20, 19
p p g Hrvad, "he Dvelpmeet o plus, waterfront (VJSI) 20 plus,
boretum running a close third. Mrar, in Chidhood, Shoring maintenance and kitchen aids, is edited and managed by students
I Moaliy i Chldhod, Scorlngcamp Happy Hollow, MI., Men- at the University of Michigan. News
Prices in general run $56.00-$145.00 for the entire outfit Aud., SEE, 4 pm. tally Retarded. Will interview wed. phone 764-0562. Second class postage
compared to the average downhill outfit's cost of $220.00-$510.00. Pr bical themes R Feb 26, from 9 to 5. Opening: ca paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106
chaps siusbe us 2.0 Trc) 'Panel, "ilclTesasMedia," bin counselors, waterfront, small Publis.hed d a i 1 y 'Tuesday through
The cheapest ski usable runs $26.00 (Track) hictory, with the Rackham Amph., 4 pm. craft, arts/ crafts, music, drama, Sunday morning during the Univer-
most expensive ski costing as much as $64.50 (Track) fish-scale B yr . ' U. tfr C Taturek I d t ar at 4 Maynard Street. Ann
Berkeley, "Recent Results from Camp TamarackI.CodDt Arbor, Michigan 48104. Subscript ion
bottom (while fish-scale has its advantages, it still doesn't glide SPEAR," P & A ,olq. Rm. 4 pm. Jewish Comm. Center Will inter- $e $ bail rie camp s a ea );
as well as hickory). Spanish Lang., Culture Films: view Fri., Feb. 28 from 9 to 5, gen$1 local mail (h r ate O nd)
Campamento, 126 Res. Coll., 4 pm. counselors, waterfront, drama, arts/
Remember these few tips: 1. Buy wooden skis; they work Int'1 Night: Indian food, League crafts, nature, bus driver, other su Surner session published Tees-
best and won't be available much longer. 2. Do not use leftover Cafeteria, 5-7:15 pm. specialists. -day through saturday morning.
Intramural, Recreation Bports: Camp Dunmore, Vermont - Girls. Subscription rates: $5.50 by carrier
Alpine equipment, that's wrong . . . wrong! 3. If possible get 44th Annual Open House, Sports Interview Thurs./Fri., Feb. 27/28 (campus area ; $6.00 local mail
t Bldg., Yost Ice Arena, Coliseum, from 10 to 5. Openings: water- (Michigan and Ohio); $6.50 non-
two good lessons (thats all you need) from a reputable 30str3c- pfront, sailing, water skiing, tennis, local mail (other states and foreign).
tor. 4. Ignore your own initial graceless motion; relax and re- Chemistry: Robt. Parry, "Chem- arts, crafts, dance Age 20 plus.
member ARS POETICA. istry of some Novel Phosphines,"
1300 Chem., 8 pm.
BILL McDOUGALL Art: Peter Jacobi, weaver, le o Cu ture W ithout Freedom
_____________________________________slides, Art, U. P. Lee. Hall, N.
Campus, 8 pm.
#R. C. Players: Pinter's The Lover; j pot st fo So ie J wr
Williams' i Can't Imagine Tomor-
row, Res. Coll. Aud., 8 pm.
Women's Studies Films: Anto- The Moscow Baliyialkias
nia, Lee. Rm. 1, MLB, 8 pm.
Musical Society: Harkness Ballet, IN HONOR OF PURIM
econom ic policies Music School: Philharmonla, Hill . 24: be there at ] P.M. Power Center
Aud., 8 pm; DMA Piano Series, Da-
vid Yeomans, piano, Recital Hall, for more info call 663-3336 or 665-4630
wth Ford officislPs r ILL 49Hl
Career Planning & Placement H IL L E L-1429 H ill
3200 SAB, 764-7460

marco and Newman said that
they used "various ,ricks,
schemes, artifices and devices"
to make false statements a n d
turn over fake documents to the
IRS, the General Services Ad-
ministration and to congresston-
al committees.
The grand jury said that they
were trying to represent that
Nixon had given $576,000 worth
of his pre-presidential papers to
the government before July 26,
1969, the date a new law went
into effect.
Under that law, the Tax Re-
form Act of 1969, the value of
Nixon's pre-presidential papers'
was vastly reduiced for purposes
of a charitable contribution
made after that date.
16.95 + tax
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WASHINGTON (P) - A bipar-
tisan group of governors said
yesterday they feel the federal
government is failing .o meet
the human needs causad by the
nation's economic woes.
"The drumbeat I hear is hu-
man need," Gov. James Long-j
ley of Maine, an independent,
told Ford administration offic-
ials at the National Governors'
Conference midwinter meezing.
"The drumbeat that you're in-
terpreting is one of stvistics."
"You can go around the room
and say 'I don't care, and I'll!
just come back and say 'you're
damn tooting I care . . , replied
Budget Director James Lynn.
"The issue is what's the best
way to do it."
The exchange came nea: the
end of a three-hour se sion at
which Lynn, Secretary of the
Interior Rogers Morton and
White House economic adviser
William Seidman defended the

administration's energy a n d'
economic programs and amid
generally critical ques' ion3 from
the governors.
At a shorter afternoon session.
Democratic congression3' lead-
ers expressed sympathy for the
states' economic problems and
said they think Congre .; will re-
ject much of the $17 biltcon in
cuts proposed by Ford.
Rep. John McFall, (J0Calif.),
House Democratic whip and a
member of the Appropriations
Committee, urged the governors
to submit legislation that would
give the states emergency funds
to offset proposed reduons in
federal support.
However, Rep. Brock Adams,
D-Wash., chairman of the House
budget committee, warned that
"some of us are relu ;ant to
promise too much," since, res-
toration of the entire $17 bil-
lion would swell the anticipated
1976 deficit to $70 billion.

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