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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, November 24, 1976

I'age Eight' THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, November 24, 1976

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University of Michigan 1976/77
OFFIICAL
STUDENT and FACULTY/STAFF

Carter's tax plan
hailed by 'U' Prof

Gilmore gives his
attorney the boot

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(Continued from Page 1) under the Carter administration. SALT LAKE CITY (P) - neys with an attorney for Gil-
tion" to use them could result in "This is one of the business fore- Convicted murderer Gary Gil- more's uncle.
"great economic problems." | casts I can make with some con- more fired his attorney, Dennis ON MONDAY, Gilmore had
Most significant, said Mc- fidence," he said. Boaz, yesterday. Boaz said submitted to the Utah Supreme
Cracken, would be the "profound Gilmore is now "by himself" in Court of document dismissing
adverse . effects the controls EVEN IF FORD had won I his fight to be executed. Boaz' co-counsel, Tom Jones of
would have on the morale of the probably wouldn't, be.. going Asked if he was surprised, Salt Lake City.
economy." back. It's not because I didn't Boaz replied: "No. Nothing "Jones is out of it now, and
Although Carter has not been like it, but because I've al- surprises me in this case." technically speaking Gilmore's
specific about instituting a tax ready been that route." GILMORE is under a death in it for himself. He's by him-
reduction, McCracken suggested McCracken did say that it was sentence for killing a motel self," said Boaz. Asked if Gil-
the cut be at a rate of $15 billion possible that he would be offer- clerk, and says he would rather more still wants to be executed,
per year. Nearly half of the cut ing Carter economic advice "in be executed as soon as pos- Boaz said. "Absolutely."
should be made in corporate an ad hoc sort of way." sible rather than spend his life He said Gilmore 'plans to
profit taxes, he said, the remain- In his address to the predom- in prison speak for himself Tuesday' at
der in private tax reductions. inantly student audience, the Before Boaz became his attor- a hearing in which the Board of
McCracken's other suggestions professor said that the economic ney, he had fired two court- Pardons will decide whether the
for Carter were to make little if Ir b appointed lawyers who tried to death sentence should be car-
forCarer eretomak litleifclimate which Caxrr will b appeal his case against his ndoto omtdt es
any change in monetary policy facing is "fortunate" in some wishes. ried out or commuted to a less-
and to "develop a close per- respects. Tshe, werpenalty.
sonal relationship with the chan- Then, when Gov. Calvin
cellor of West Germany and the "TWO YEARS AGO the econ- Rampton delayed the execution "I DON'T HAVE any partic-
prime minister of Japan." omy was showing a rate of in- and turned over the case to ular role now in this case, but
flation of about 12-14 per cent," the state pardons board, Gil- there is the writing . . . I'm a
"THERE ARE three locomo- he pointed out. "Now, the rate more attempted suicide. journalist, and naturally I plan
tive countries in the world to- of inflation is down to 5-6 per Y E S T E R D A Y, he was to write about this, one of the
day," said McCracken. "Three cent." in the fifth day of a hunger most important parts of my
economies which can take the On a more pessimistic note strike and in an earlier state- life," said Boaz.
initiative in moving towards a cCracken said that the in- ment, Boaz said Gilmore, was Boaz' announced plan to write
more expansive world economy creases in employment of sev- ztting irritable and weaker. about the case had resulted in
-they are the U.S., West Ger- eral months ago, has recently.Boaz a freelance writer who controversy regarding possible
many and Japan. The president- declined slowly, is a member of the California conflict of interest. The Utah
elect has got to make an effort ''We were getting good bar, said Gilmore had fired State Bar Board of Commis-
to get these three countries pull- monthly increases in employ- him at the prison and was up- sioners recommended last Fri-
ing togetther to get the world ment until September and Octo- set because Boaz had publicly day that the Utah Supreme
economy moving." ber when we started getting talked about Gilmore's use of Court reconsider allowing Boaz
"It's important that the world significant reductions," he said. the sleeping medication Seconal to represent -Gilmore.
economy start expanding at a "WE'VE BEEN LOOKING and because Boaz referred to In his earlier remarks, Boaz
much more rapid rate," he at the economy through the the warden of the Utah State had described Gilmore as pleas-
added. bottoms of our bifocals," Mc- Prison, Sam Smith, as being ed by news that the Board of
McCracken also quashed any Cracken maintained. "We've ignorant." Pardons would move up from
speculation that he would be been taking a close look at what. Boaz also said Gilmore was Dec. 6 to next Tuesday the
Ireturning to Washington in Jan will be shaping up right now in insisting that Boaz clear the hearing at which it will consid-
uary as an economic adviser front of us. But the president- aointment of any new attor- er the Gilmore case.
elect will have to shape policy
with due regard to some rather"
fundamental long range prob- Fo ~ r v n t
1ly ems." .F LPU11U11L.

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MON.-TUES., NOV. 22-23 ... 10 A.M.-7 P.M.
WED., NOV. 24 .. ...........10 A.M.-4 P.M.
THURS-SUN., NOV. 25-28 ......CLOSED FOR
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SALES CLOSE DECEMBER 7
PICK UP FINAL DOCUMENTS DECEMBER 13, 14, 15

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Hallway of Student Activities Building
313/271-2300, ext. 585
DECEMBER 1-10 A.M.-7 P.M.

U-M FLINT CAMPUS
Mott Memorial Bldg.-Room No. 1027
313 '767-4000, ext. 203
DECEMBER 2-10 A.M.-7 P.M.

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Departures Dec. 26 & 27, 1976
$ 00*
from $42100I
TOUR INCLUDES:

,STUDENT $34800

to a room
December 29-January 4

December 27-January 2

December 28-January 3

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By RON DeKETT erous this year," said John Tay-
Ten needy families will eat a lor, director of this year's drive.,
traditional Thanksgiving turkey: The response was so good that
dinner which they might other- Kappa Alpha Psi received more
wise not have enjoyed thanks food than it needed. As a re-
to the efforts of Kappa Alpha sult, the Salvation Army re-
Psi fraternity and Alpha Kappa ceived a station wagon load
Alpha sorority. of canned goods, dry cereals
Large boxes overflowing with and hamburger helper from the
canned soups," corn, peas, as- fraternity to be used for its
sorted vegetables and a majes- own Christmas food drive,
tic turkey were distributed last which started yesterday.
night to each family. TAYLOR, WHO donated his
A P P R O X I M A T E L Y room for food storage, estimat-
40 affiliates of Kappa Alpha ed the drive netted about $500
Psi, spent five days last week; worth of food, and $200 in cash
poundington doors in the North donations.f-od,
Campus area for foodstuffs and The cash went towards the
cash donations. purchase of turkeys and the
"We had a really good re- leftover funds were contributed
sponse; people were really gen- to the Salvation Army's Christ-
__- -- mas dinner.
-, Next year, Taylor hopes to
r"involve all the black' fraterni-
ties and sororities together to
work on the food drives." With
more people he hopes to cover
a wider area and break into
the surrounding community.
U-M STYVLISTS
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INCLUDED TOUR FEATURES
* Charter air transportation from Detroit to Los
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"k and soft drinks.
* Accommodations for six nights at the Hacienda
Hotel or Holiday Inn located at Los Angeles Inter-
national Airport. First Class hotels with color TV
in every rom, swimming pools, restaurants and
shopping area.
i Roundtrip transfers from the airport to the hotel
.including luggage directly to your hotel room.
i New Year's Eve Party, cash bar.
* The gameday package provides motorcoach trans-
portation from hotel to the Tournament of Roses
Parade, a grandstand seat at the parade, trans-
portation to the Game, box lunch, Game Ticket,
transportation back to hotel, and a spaghetti
dinner at the hotel upon return.

OPTIONAL ACCOMMODATIONS
AS FOLLOWS:
" Double accommodations (2).... ..$20 PP addl.
" Single accommodations (1) ...... $81 PP addl.
LAND ONLY, PACKAGE . $148.00
(includes all tour features except air transportation)
AIR ONLY PACKAGE .. $200.00
(if Available includes roundtrip air
transportation Detroit / Los Angeles
and transfer to the hotel. NO GAME
TICKET.)

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FACULTY/STAFF 41600based on
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December 27-January 2

December 28-January 3

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INCLUDED TOUR FEATURES
" Charter air transportation from Detroit to Los
Angeles and return including complimentary meals
and soft drinks.
* Accommodations for six nights at the Biltmore
Hotel located in the central downtown area. Tra-
ditional moderate deluxe hotel recently refurbished,
air conditioning, color TV, radio and phone in
every room,' and a variety of restaurants and
lounges.
" Roundtrip transfers from the airport to the hotel
including luggage directly to your hotel room.
" New Year's Eve Party, cash bar.
" The game day package provides motorcoach trans-
portation from hotel to the Tournament of Roses
Parade, a grandstand seat at the parade, trans-
portation to the Game, box lunch, Game Ticket,
and transportation back to the hotel.

OPTIONAL ACCOMMODATIONS
AS FOLLOWS:
" Single accommodations (1) ...........$85.00
4 3rd person in room, deduct......... ...$44.00
for 3rd person only
LAND ONLY PACKAGE . $214.00
(includes all tour features except air transportation)
AIR ONLY PACKAGE .. $202.00
(If Available, includes roundtrip air
transportation from Detroit to Los
Angeles and transfer to the hotel.
NO GAME TICKET.)

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