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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, April 4, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, April 4, 1974

5O attend local
npeachment rally
!Continued from Page 1) One group of workers, who were
e "president" addressed sev- renovating a building on Liberty,
key issues during a question stopped work completely and look-
answer period, and told the ed on in silence at the block-long
d that: procession.
'here would be no more bene- "They're nuts. It's all a bunch
or veterans: "Fuck those bas- of shit," one remarked grimly.
They lost."
'he vital flow of bananas from THE MARCHERS, carrying signs
3 Rica to the shelves of A&P which declared "Excorise Nixon"
i be continued. and "Workers L a i d Off-Nixon
E MARCH from the Diag to Paid Off," turned down Fourth St.
's office met with general ap- as a small crowd of hotel workers
al from by-passers who waved watched from an entranceway.
aised clenched fists as the One of the workers, a tall, red-
sters passed. coated clerk, looked disgusted as
t there was some disagree- he pushed a hand through his thin-
: voiced as the marchers made ning hair.
way to Esch's office on the "They haven't proved anything
er of Fourth and Huron St. on the man yet," he said.

City may cut social services

(Continued from Page 1) 3
"There are political considera- ;
tions," he explained, referring to
Republican opposition to the idea.
"It's hard to estimate the
amount of revenpes the system!
would bring," he added, "a new
records system for billings would!
have to be established."
KENNEY WENT on to explain
that a millage tax was more de-
sirable in the short run, because
the machinery for it already ex-
ists, and less political opposition is
likely. Also, the present City Char-
ter allows short term adjustments
in the millage rate, which could
be lowered subsequently, with lit-
tle difficulty.
In contrast, Kenny hinted that
any income tax plan would have to
face a referendum making it dif-
ficult to adjust the income tax
rate, since the public would have!
to vote on it each year.
Kenney also hinted that other
means of producing additional
revenue will be explored, with a
hike in parking ticket fines under
consideration. A move which Ken-
ney admits, "would create con-
troversy." s
Murray also told council Mon-

day night that his office was con-
sidering raising the parking fees ONE NEW ITEM which defi-
for garages and meters. nitely will be included in the
budget is $65,000 for an anti-rape
TWO DEPARTMENTS which al- squad. Murray had promised to
ways take up a significant portion budget that amount at a public
of the budget-police and fire- hearing held on the subject of
will not be expanded, although rape last month, and many ob-
there will be dollar increases in servers expect a battle over the
their budgets "for salary, infla- final amount allotted to that pro-
tion and in anticipation of increased gram.
monies from grants." One of the lighter touches in the
Kenney said that the general so- budget is the inclusion of $45 to
cial services budget would be be used by the city to purchase
larger than the amount slated last lottery tickets. "The tickets are
year, although he said the specific bought in hopes that we will be a
details of the program, and deci- winner. If so, the money ,will go
sions about where the money will in the general fund budget."
go, remain to be made. The administrator's budget rec-
According to Kenney, there are ommendations, which go to Council
two ways in which such a decision Monday night, have a good chance
might be reached. Either the mem- of being passed untouched by the
bers of the Council will sit down Council this year, since a change
with representatives from the Ad- in Murray's plan requires seven
! ministrator's office, or the Admin- votes, and no party has the votes
istrator will draft recommenda- necessary without making a deal
tions for Council. with one of the other parties.
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'Nixon' on the Diag

'E0 votes by 2-Ito unionize

versity.
"If the bargaining goes smoothly
we hope to reach . . . ratification
of the proposed contract by early
fall," GEO declared in last night's
statement.
Although MERC will not official-
ly certify the election results until
after a five-day "objective period,"
there appeared to be no major
problems with the balloting.
Today's GEO mass meeting will
center on bargaining procedures

and formulation of a constitution
for the group. Shortly thereafter
the group will set-up a bargaining
schedule with University officials.
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FRIDAY, April 5, 1974
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Stockwell girls free
others-$ 1.00

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Nixon to pay taxes
(Continued from Page 1) mined by the Internal Revenue
nation of his vice presidential pa- Service, he has today instructed
pers, appraised at $576,000, to the payment of the $432,787.13 set forth
government. He had deducted by the Internal Revenue Service,
$482,018 of that sum. Both the plus interest."
committee and the IRS agreed that NIXON'S DISCLOSED cash as-
he was not entitled to the deduc- sets totaled $432,874 as of last May
tions. 31. The White House did not say
The White House said Nixon re- how he will pay the tax bill. The
ceived word Tuesday of the Inter- White House statement added:
nal Revenue Service decision. "It should be noted that the re-
THE WHITE HOUSE said Nix- port by the Internal Revenue
on believed his lawyers could have Service rebuts any suggestion of
made a very strong case against fraud on the part of the President.
major conclusions of the staff re- The committee's staff report of-
port. fers no facts which would support
"However, at the time the Presi- any such charge.
dent voluntarily requested the com- "Any errorts which may have
mittee to conduct its examination been made in the preparation of
of his tax returns, he stated that the President's returns were made
he would abide by the committee's by those to whom he delegated the
,judgment," the statement said. responsibility for preparing his re-
"In view of the fact that the staff turns and were made without his
report indicates that the proper knowledge and without his ap-
amount to be paid must be deter- proval."

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