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Friday, March 21, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three
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House passes farm aid

WASHINGTON (-) - The
House passed a $470 million1
emergency one-year farm bill
yesterday after slicing $112 mil- 1
lion off the estimated cost of a+
disputed dairy price support1
feature.
The legislation now goes to
the Senate, where quick action
is expected.
The cost of the bill was esti-
mated by farm law experts as
$350 million for cotton, $50 mil-
lion for milk and $70 million
for grain.
THE MEASURE affects gov-
ernment supports for these
crops.
By 222 to 202 the House adopt-
ed an amendment by Rep.
Frederick Richmond (D-N.Y.),
keeping dairy parity at the cur-
rent 80 per cent level but calling
for recomputation of the sup-
port price every three months
instead of once a year, as pres-
ent law requires.

The House knocked out of gency farm measure revolved +
the bill a provision recommend- around the dairy feature in-+
ed by its Agriculture Commit- tended to help milk producers
tee which would have hiked stay in business but which ad-
dairy supports to 85 per cent of ministration forces insisted
parity with such calendar quar- would be too costly to consum-
terly adjustments. ers.
The Ford administration had Richmond said he could ac-
said the committee's version cept the quarterly adjustment
would have raised the store at the 80 per cent rate, but he
price of milk by eight cents a said raising the milk support
gallon. price would add further to hard-
pressed family food budgets.
THE DEBATE on the emer- The consumers of America
cannot afford to pay any more,
for dairy products than they1
are now," Richmond said.

ever, are only a part of thej
overall bill which also wouldj
increase basic support loan
rates and target price levels for
cotton, wheat and livestock feed'
grain, including corn and sorg-
hum.
According to USDA, the com-
mittee bill as offered would
have added $882 million to the
government's cost of operating
the programs this year and that
if escalated further as provided !-
in the 1973 basic farm law,
which began the target price
system, could exceed $5 billion
by 1977.E
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STIPEND
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NLY 11 DAYS LEFT!

We are ending our unique,
no longer economically feas-
ible, 112 year old, 25%
new-book discount. We don't
enioy doing this, so we're
extending it through March
31 st to aive customers a
final opportunity to benefit
from it, and after that you
may wont"a 15 % discount
club membership - still a
better d e a I than anyone
else's - and of course we
will match any other store's
prices anyway. This is a
chance to thank those who
have supported us, and to
beginninq of what we intend to
DAVID & STAFF

Have a flair for
artistic writinq?
u are interest-
e inreviewing
poetry, and music
r riting feature
tois a bout the
drama, dance, film
Contact Arts
d tor,c/oyThe

"THIS amendment will help
the farmer," by increasing
sales, he said, and for consum-
ers it will "stabilize some sec-
tions of the food market."
The dairy nrovisions, how-

"NEIL SIMON'S BEST PLAY YET. A JOY. A
LOVELY PLAY, EXTRAORDINARILY FUN-
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EDDIE
BRACKEN

ARNY
FREEMAN

Swan lake
Two cygnets hatched recently in Mystic, Conn. prepare to
take a swim. Their parents are black Australian swans im-
ported to the local aquarium. Unlike other birds, the young

swans are born with feathers.
Try
Daily
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXV, No. 135
Friday, March 21, 1975
Is edited and managed by students
at the University of Michigan. News
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Own Seder
Workshop
SUN., MARCH 23
2:00 p.m.
HILLEL-1429 Hill
663-3336

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2. Mushrooms . . ..2.75 8. Sicilian .2. 3.25
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S Noodles:;
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All spaghetti for children under 10 .... 1.25 less
Dessert
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" Juniors and Seniors eligibie
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APPLICATION DEADLINES:
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MARCH 28-29, 1975 POWER CENTER
(Eves. 8:00 p.m., Sun Mat. 3:00 p.m.)
U-M PROFESSIONAL THEATRE PROGRAM
Advance Ticket Sales-PTP Box Office
in the Mendelssohn Lobby, 764-0450

Falafil Palace
629 East University-Open 11 a.m.-994-4962
Middle East Specialties
FALAFIL vegetable burger........... .89c
EGG PLANT SANDWICH
battered and deep fried ..........89c
KIFTA ground tenderloin
charbroiled with onion and parsley .. $1.29
SHAWIRMA sliced tenderloin broiled
in Middle Eastern tradition ........$1.49
SHISHKABOB sandwich .... ......$1.69
ALL OF THE ABOVE SERVED. IN ARABIC BREAD
WITH OUR HOMEMADE SALAD OVER IT
HAM SANDWICH a la Falafil Palace-served
hot, smothered with swiss cheese .. . $1.19
STEAK IN A SACK sliced tenderloin cooked
with onions, our special way-served
in Arabic bread................. .$1.99
HOMOS - TABOOLA - EGGPLANT DIP - HOME-
MADE YOGURT - TURKISH COFFEE, and our own
homemade Middle Eastern sweets

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"REANIMATING THE
CHRISTIAN
IMAGINATION"
A SEMINAR BY
DR. THOMAS HOWARD
author of
CHRIST THE TIGER
MARCH 21-23
1. Discarded Visions: What
have we lost?
FRI. 8 P.M.
MICH. RM., MICH. LEAGUE
2. E.G., Should we eat pop-
corn while watching peo-
ple die?
SAT. 10 A.M.-U.R.C.
3. Does denim wear well at
at a wedding?
SAT. 2 P.M.-U.R.C.
4. What causes Christians to
say Alleluia?
SUN. 10:30 A.M.
University
Reformed Church
(Near the Power Center)
662-3153

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