THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, January 15, 1974
Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, January 15, 1974
HRP hits Feldkamp
on politicking charge
Three judge panel asks
(Continued from Page 1)
conflict stem from Feldkamp's
GOP activities, the housing direc-
tor said, "Being a campaign man-
ager doesn't really involve talk-
i'g about the issues. I don't think
you'll see any conflict."
Shoichet and fellow HRP mem-
bers Kathy Kozachenko, Ev Ehr-
lich, and Bill Dobbs, pressed Feld-
kamp yesterday on the newly-re-
vived issue of student input on Uni-
versity policy, noting that students
and faculty on the Housing Policy
Committee were "kept in the dark"
about Feldkamp's meeting with
Feldkamp insistedthatdthe com-
mittee's opinions would "weigh
very heavily on our rent control
The HRP rent control proposal
calls for a rollback to 1972-73 rent
levels, and creation of a nine-mem-
ber rent control board to limit rent
increases to no more than 14 per
cent of landlords' investment in the
At yesterday's meeting, Asso-
ciatetHousingdDirector Peter Osta-
fin at first denied that the rent
control drive was ever an agenda
item at the closed meetings with
landlords. But minutes of both
meetings reveal that the manage-
ment representatives present,
among them several influential Re-
University of Michigan Students,
Faculty and immediate family
publicans, expressed a fear of
"rent control breathing down their
The minutes of the December 18
meeting also noted that Feldkamp
"is encouraging current City At-
torney (Edwin) Pear . . . and
Mayor (James) Stephenson to re-
write the Human Rights Ordi-
nance," which, Feldkamp con-
tended yesterday, is presently
worded to allow cohabitation by
unmarried tenants of the opposite
Feldkamp said he feels the or-
dinance's intent "does not include
support for unmarried people liv-
ing together and insisted that it is
within his duties to "seek public
policy which discourages this rath-
er harmful situation."
The housing director insisted that
his only interest in discussing rent
control with the landlords was "to
assess the effects that this could
have on the student housing mar-
ket," and claimed his action on
the Human Rights Ordinance is
still "in the discussion stage."
(Continued from Page 1) dence, federal prosecutors had al-
Jones, Ridgely Melvin and William leged that Agnew was involved in,
McCullough said Agnew's conduct a system of kickbacks to Maryland
was harmful to the proper ad- politicians from architects and en-
ministration of justice. gineers doing non-bid government
THE JUDGES emphasized that business.
their recommendation was based Although Agnew has not practiced'
solely on Agnew's no contest plea law in Maryland since being elect-
to the charge that he listed his ed to public office, it is the only
taxable income for 1967 as $26,099 state where he was a member of
instead of $55,599 and that he paid the bar and thus could practice. He
taxes of $6,416 instead of the appealed to the judges at the hear-
$19,967 which he owed. ing last month not to deprive him
In a 40-page statement of evi-. of his means of earning a living
Booze hurts the economy?
by recommending disbarment.
THE RECOMMENDATION of the (Continued from Page 1)
three judges was to be filed yes- now the University says they
terday with the Court of Appeals don't."
which can either accept the dis- Beck is presently engaged in re-
barment recommendation, reduce searching the legal aspects of the
the penalty to suspension or repri- situation, but believes that it is
mand Agnew. ultimately up to the students.
His lawyers had argued that the "I DON'T KNOW if students are
tax plea alone was not enough to willing to go out on a line for this
justify disbarment and that other issue, but I would carry it as far
Justfy isbrmet an tht oheras a rent strike," he said.
charges could not be considered. Unt trik e, aid.
Agnew has maintained his mem- Under the increase, a four man j
bership in the state bar although apartment in Oxford Housing would'
cost $689 for two semesters in-
he has not actively practedslaw stead of the present $672.
for more than a decade while serv- Baits Housing singles increase
ing as Baltimore County executive,, $23, doubles would increase $16.
governor of Maryland and vice The increased revenue would go
president. I to improved food service in the
Disbarment is not permanent, dormitories and for increased costs
but an attorney could be reinstated of running Universityhousing. For
only by the Court of Appeals and instance, even the price of water
only if he could convince the court has gone up 57 per cent over the
that he had been rehabilitated. past few decades.
EVANSTON, Ill. (UPI) - The
president of the Woman's Chris-
tian Temperance Union (WCTU)
said yesterday the Nixon adminis-
tration should shut down the na-
tion's breweries and distilleries as
a belt-tightening step towards im-
proving the nation's economy.
In a prepared statement, Ms.'
Fred Tooze was critical of the
Nixon government for "giving no
consideration to dealing with the
most serious problem facing the
"Liquor dealers admit that since
the energy crisis began the con-
sumption of alcoholic beverages
has greatly increased," Tooze said
from her national headquarters.
PSYCH. 483 Section 006
Learn about your community through
involvement. 3 credits, weekly semi-
nars, Thursday 1-3.
INSTRUCTOR: WENDY SUSS
The Famous COED Frat!
FACTS ON ABORTION
GRADUATE STUDENTS WELCOME!
Room, 4th Floor
YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT:
" Abortions are legal in Michigan and easily available for early
" Early abortions need not cost more than $150, for total care
" Some clinics are better than others
" U of M counseling and medical staff have approved
KEEMER CLINIC....... .....1-961-9779
SUMMIT MEDICAL CENTER ... 1-272-8450
WOMEN'S HEALTH SERVICE .. 1-272-2100
. All the above clinics perform free pregnancy testing and pro-
vide counseling services
. Late abortions (over 12 weeks from the last menstrual period)
must be performed in a hospital
For more information or pregnancy counseling, call the above
EAST CLINIC, Health Service Afternoons 3-5, Mon.-Fri.
207 Fletcher 763-1210
STUDENT SERVICES, Counseling Services 9-5, Mon-Fri.
3rd Floor, Mich. Union 764-8437
ETHICS AND RELIGION 9-5, Mon.-Fri.
3rd Floor, Mich. Union 764-7442
MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC 8-5, Mon.-Fri.
2nd Floor; Health Service 764-8313
WOMEN'S CRISIS CENTER 2 p.m.-1 a.m.
306 N. Division (St. Andrews Church) 761-WISE
To subscribe to
for your subscription today !
' ' !
Men's and Women's
Boot and Shoe
801 S. FOREST at Hill
ff Y. .Worship Service: Sunday, 10:30a m.
:v v" . 0
des CANTERBURY HOUSE
COURSES IN CHRISTIAN FORMATION (EPISCOPAL)
2.8 N. D%>rh.O
FUNDAMENTALS OF THE LUTHERAN FAITH
Leader: Pastor Don Zill. Time and Dates: 10:30 o.m. eight Satur- 665-0606
day mornings beginning March 2.
PLACE: Lord of Light Lutheran Church Hl uhrs tNo
Leader: Pastor Don Zill. Time and Dotes: 9:00 a.m. Sunday morn- in St. Andrew's Church
ings beginning January 6th.
PLACE: Lord of Light Lutheran Church
THE CHANGING FOCUS IN CATHOLIC THEOLOGY A
Leaders: Fr. Bill Gavin, SJ.; Sr. Connie Smedinghoff. Time and
Dates: 7:30-9:00 p.m. eight Wednesday evenings beginning Jan-
PLACE: The Newman Center, St. Mary's Student Chapel
INTRODUCTION TO THE GOSPELS
Leader: Fr, Bill Gavin, S.J. Time and Dates: 4:00 p.m. five Tues-
days beginning January 22.
FUNDAMENTALS OF ROMAN CATHOLICISM-PART IOC A L)
Leaders: Fr. Charles Irvin, Sr. Connie Smedinghoff. Time and (ROMANC THOL
Dates: 7:30-9:00 p.m. nine Monday evenings beginning January 14
PLACE: The Newman Center, St. Mary's Student Chapel 331 THOMPSON at William
THE NARROW RIDGE
Leader: Chaplin Andrew Foster. Time and Dates: Cia l 665-0606. 663-0557
PLACE: Canterbury House
MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER PROGRAM Sunday Masses :7:45, 9:00,
Leaders: Fr. Bob Livingston, 663-0557
Dam and Del Bitondo, 971-4637 10:30, 12:00, 5:00
Sam and Mary Allen, 663-3039
John and Liz Reidy, 763-2272
Dates: February 15-17, May 17-19
PLACE: Siena Heights College, Adrian, Michigan
PREPARING FOR MARRIAGE
1. Marriage Preparation Seminar
Contact Fr. Livingston, 663-0557
2. Engaged Encounter Weekend
Contact Fr. Livingston, 663-0557
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN MINI-COURSE NO. 310 -
CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN ETHICS
Sale Starts Monday, January 14, 1974
A~Tiar IuTrn Q ""'1