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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, March 18, 1975

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CCFA/UAW LOCAL 2001
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Cambodian collapse
seen as threat

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OPEN MEETING

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expansion of the monetary!
supply and thus contributed to
the recession. "I have great
faith in Dr. Burns," Ford said.
"We are showing an increase in
the monetary supply . . . there
will be an adequate money=
supply to meet the problems!
down the road."
DEALING WITH other eco-
nomic questions, Ford again
pressed Congress to quickly en-
act anti-recession tax-cut legis-
lation.
It has been "two months and
two days" since he proposed the
tax cut. "If we could get thet
tax reduction bill out of Con-
gress promptly, it would be the
best hope to stimulate the econ-

it was now being made avail-
able.
Asked about this discovery,
Ford called it the result of
1 "very sloppy bookkeeping in the
Department of Defense." le
said it was "not malicious, not
purposeful" but that the monev
'"will be used, according 'to the
law.",
When questioning turned to
the economy, Ford continued his
drumfire of criticism of Con-
gress for failing to enact the
tax cut. "I hope that before
Congress goes on Easter recess,
CongresQ will enact a bill like I
proposed, or one similar to it,'
he said.
AS FOR TALK of higher gaso-
line taxes to conserve energy,
the President said again "I

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omy and to provide jobs . . .," think the gas tax is not the
he said. right appriach ... I have very
FORD HAS been urging Con- grave doubt the Congress will
gress to quickly vote emergency pass a gas tax."
military aid for the Lon Nol He spoke of efforts to reach
government in Cambodia, but a compromise on energy legis-
Congress has been balking. lation, reporting "I am happy
However, it was disclosed ear- we are negotiating . . . I am
lier yesterday that officials had encouraged by what I under-
found $21.5 million in unspent stand is the progress that is
U.S. aid for Cambodia, and that being made."

AP Photo
PRESIDENT FORD WAVES farewell to members of his staff and reporters as he boards a
helicopter to take him from the White House to South Bend, Indiana. After reciving an honor-
ary degree from Notre Dame University, Ford held a press conference at which he announced
his continued concern over Cambodia.

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Black author asks
end to capitalism
(Continued from Page 1) man rips off," he said. "The
first three cars made on an as-
"THE fundamental condition sembly line pay your wages for
in the capitalist system is that the year, the rest go to the
it takes millions of people to Rockefellers.

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Continuing Education of Women
Presents
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CONFERENCE
TOMORROW, MARCH 19
RACKHAM BUILDING
MORNING SESSION-9:30 to 11:45 a.m.
Panel: FEMALE AND MALE:
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON SEX ROLES
KAREN MASON. Sociologv, Moderator
ELIZABETH PLECK, History
JUDITH BARDWICK, Psvcholoov
JOHN PLATT, Mental Health Research Institute
AFTERNOON SESSIONS-Session 1-1to 2:30 p.m.
RESEARCH PAPERS ON .. .
CROSS CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE ROLE
AND STATUS OF BLACK WOMEN
-NIARA SUDARKASA (Anthropology), Moderator
SEX ATTITUDES AND SEX ROLES
-LOLAGENE COOMBS (Pop. Studies Center), Moderator
WOMEN IN HIGHER EDUCATION -ZELDA GAMSON (Education), Moderator
APPROACHES TO WOMEN IN HISTORY
-MARILYN YOUNG (History), Moderator
WOMEN AND THE MEDIA -BARBRA MORRIS (Drama, R.C.), Moderator
WOMEN AND WORK -JOYCE KORNBLUH (l.L.I.R.), Moderator
WORKSHOP: METHODOLOGY AND PROBLEMS
OF RESEARCH ON WOMEN -ROBIN JACOBY (History), Moderator
Session 11-2:45 to 4:15 p.m.
RESEARCH PAPERS ON . .
BLACK WOMEN IN HIGHER EDUCATION
-SANDRA McAFEE (I.S.R.), Moderator
MALE ROLES AND THE MALE EXPERIENCE -JOSEPH PLECK (R.C.), Moderator
PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN -LOIS HOFFMAN (Psychology), Moderator
WOMEN AND ANTHROPOLOGY -MAUD WALKER (Anthropology), Moderator
WOMEN IN ENGLISH LITERATURE -MARGARET LOURIE (English), Moderator
WOMEN AND LAW -RHONDA RIVERA (Law School), Moderator
WOMEN IN POLITICS -CATHERINE KELLEHER (Political Science), Moderator
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"A worker is paid $13 an hour,
what can he buy with this, the
glove compartment? In the
same hour a hundred cars are
made," added Baraka.
He criticized the civil rights
movement for demanding only
token changes in society.
"They (the civil rights lead-
ers) said all this place needs is
a new coat of paint and some air
wick. A few black faces in a
few high places is not enough."
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LISBON, Portugal (/P)-A new'
Portuguese government with a,
further swing to the left was
in the making yesterday.
Informed sources said moder-
ate factions would be cleareda
out of the cabinet and replaced
by ministers ideologically '
closer to leftistrPremier Vasco3
Goncalves.
TWO MEMBERS of the oldC
cabinet said the cabinet would
remain predominantly military
but would include more Com-
munists as well as the Com-
munist-front Portuguese Demo-
cratic Movement.
A spokesmantfor the ore-
mier's office told The Asso-
ciated Press: "Contacts are be-
ing made on a technical andr
military basis to form a new
government." A senior govern-
mental official said the govern-
ment was not expected to be an-
nounced for three or four days.
The increased lefward tilt
follows an abortive coup last
week by more conservative
military officers that ended with
former President Antonio de
Spinola fleeing to Brazil with1
15 officers.7
WHATEVER the cabinet
changes, the real power in Por-I
tugual now rests with the Revo-;
lutionary Council of 24 military
men set up after the uprising.;
Principal victims of the cabi-
net changes were reported to be I
Economic Minister Rui Vilar
and Maj. Vitor Alves, a power
in the military coup that over-
turned the rightist dictatorship
last April.
Alves has been a sort of vice
premier, listed No. 2 on offi-
cial cabinet lists behind Gon-'
calves. The Lisbon newspaperl
Q Seculo said he was being re-

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placed because of his moderate
political views.
FOREIGN Minister M a r i o
Soares, leader of the Sociadst
party, also was scheduled to
lose his post but remain n the
cabinet assarminister without
portfolio, sources said. His re-
placement as foreign miatster
was said to be linked to his
supo rt for membership in the
North Atlantic Treaty Organi-
zation (NATO).
The government h a 3 an-
nounced it is considering a
Soviet realest for port facilities
for the Soviet merchant and
fishing fleets, which has caused
concern among other NATO al-
lies because of Portugal's prox-
imity to Gibraltar, NATO bases
and the middle Atlantic sea
lanes.
The government also nation-
ized private banks and insur-
ance companies last week after
the uprising, which appeared to
have strengthened Goncalves'
aurthority.
Newsaper soeculation said
that others likely to leave the
government were Lt. Col. Ma-
nuel Braz. the defense minis-
ter, and Maria Pintasilgo, the
wriol affairs minister.
The present cabinet pas nine
military men and eight civilians
from the Communist, Socialist
and centrist Popular Democrat
parties plus some indepndents.
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