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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 7. 1975

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday October 7. 1975 ------I,

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Cutbacks will forceI
more Profs to move
to uudergrad c lasses'

Ford proposes $28 billion in tax cuts

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It
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(Continued from Page 1) more political than economic,
Ford said that without reduc- and labeled his recommenda-
tions in federal spending, the tions, "simply not realistic."
1977 spending in fiscal year 1977 T h e Washington Democrat
could easily total more than said there is no way of making
$420 billion without adding a spending reductions on the scale
single new federal program. proposed by Ford without cut-
ting into such programs as So-
HE SAID he will propose cial' Security, veteran's pen-
specific spending reductions to sions, food stamps and educa-
Congress in January. tion programs, along with the
One Congressional leader, defense budget.

(Continued from Page 1) we can afford to sustain all the
been among the major com- great diversity of programs we
plaints to Fleming about the un- now offer."
dergraduate school. In light of the expected addi-
"Nothing we could do would tional budget cut of one per
match in importance in the pub- cent, Fleming stated, "We can't
lic's eye the insertion of more go much further without cu'iing
professors into the undergrad- off certain kinds of programs.1
uate program," said Fleming. It might even be this year."
THE UNIVERSITY president
HE HAS also received criti- also 'discussed declining enioll-
cism of student writing ability, ment projections, inflation, and
mostly from employers of col- other educational trends in his
lege graduates. However, Flem- "sober analysis of our prob-
ing said that at least two pro- lems."
fessors in "our own wrting Fleming said that population
program" think that the "writ- figures indicate that the num-
ing of today's students is neirher ber of 18-to-21-year-olds will
noticeably better nor worse than level off in the years 1977-81
it was in years past." and then dip until 1995.
"The t h i r d undergraduate He noted that although "in-
problem," he noted, "is whether flation is now down below two
figures . . . (it) continues to
erode the University's 'xdget
VET E RANbase. During the current year
.ET RAthe utility cost increase
MAKE YOUR WEEKEND PAY will be about one million dolars
Michigan National Guard more than the money provided
4 3by the State."
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the cold light of day," Adams
said. "You don't give away alli
your revenues before you start
figuring your needs."
He said his committee will
begin drafting the final resolu-{
tion on the new budget on Oct.x
20 and suggested it might be
tailored to include a $12 billion
tax cut for calendar year 1976.
Ford said his tax cut propos-
als would permanently reduce
taxes for a family of four with*
a $14,000 annual income by!
$412, or 27 per cent from 1974

rates. Compared with the re-
duced 1976 tax rate, the reduc-
tion would be less.
T 11 E 1 9 7 6 tax reductions
would expire Dec. 31 unless ac-
tion is taken to extend them..
Ford called on Congress to
raise the personal tax exemption
for all taxpayers to $1,000 from
$750, to lower personal income
tax rates and to make the stan-
dard deduction for single tax-
payers $1,800 for married cou-
ples, $2,500..

Chairman Brock Adams of theI
House Budget Committee, said
he thought Ford's proposal was

"WHAT HE'S saying sounds
very good until you look at it in

Heated debate stirs
City Council session

(Continued from Page 1)
denied her a second on that
resolution.
THE HOTLY debated CDRS
issue has been in council's
hands for over a year now, and
recently took on new dimen-
sions when Wheeler, in a rare
move, issued an itemized veto
of a Republican - HRP plan
for immediate expenditure of
the total CDRS monies.
Kozachenko had earlier de-
fended her new CDRS resolu-
ti6n, saying the "economic situ-
ation" in the city couldn't af-
ford to wait for aid until Wheel-
er offered an alternative reve-
nue sharing plan.
Councilwoman Carol Jones (D-
Second Ward), following the dis-
pute, said the Democrats would
not support Kozachenko's rent
control resolution because it
clashed with the work of the
mayor's blue ribbon committee

ductive.
"I'm sure her people (HRP
members) on that committee
wouldn't be pleased with what
she's doing," said Jones.t
Kozachenko d e n i e d these
charges, asserting that she hadl
discussed her resolution with theE
HRP contingent of the : fair
rental practices committee.
"THEY'RE (the Democrats)
climbing the political ladder on
the backs of students and lib-
erals and it's about time thatf
someone made a scene," said
Kosazchenko after leaving the
meeting.
"I'm going to bring this up
every week," she said.
According to British Virgin;
Islands Chief Minister Willarda
Wheatley, the 40-plus littlet

Police capture N.Y.
gunman after siege
telephone inside the bank, said ! The man also demanded $10
the other captives were "all: million in gold.
right, but a little upset." "Where we're going we can't
The gunman, also reached in spend paper money," he said.
the bank, was rambling in his
conversation, and one of the AT FIRST it was believed
released hostages, bank em- two gunmen were in the bank.
ploye John Moriarty, describ- Later, however, the hostages
ed him as "aparently unstable." confirmed there was only one.
HE IDENTIFIED himself to McLoughlin said the lone in-
The Associated Press as "Cat" truder tried to give the impres-
and said he wanted to release sion in telephone talks with po-
of Hearst, SLA members Wil- lice that he was accompanied
liam and Emily Harris and "the by a second man. Originally
Japanese girl," apparently re- taken as hostages when the
ferring to Wendy Yoshimura, ar- seige began about 3 p.m. were
rested with Miss Hearst. six men and four women.
Adderley Day Proclaimed
by Florida governor
TALLAHESSEE,' Fla. (P) - date for Adderley's record al-
Sept. 15 was declared "Can- bum, "Big Man - the Legend
nonball Adderley Day" in Flori- of John Henry." The work is a
da by Gov. Reuben Askew. folk musical and was com-
The day would have been the pleted shortly before Adderley's
late jazz musician's 47th birth- death on Aug. 8. Adderley and
day. He was born and reared in his brother, cornetist Nat Ad-
Florida, where his parents still derley, composed and played
reside, and he taught music in all the music on the LP.
a Florida high school at the be- Many radio stations played
ginning of his career, music from Adderley's many
Sept. 15 also was the release albums on Sept. 15.

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on fair rental practices, appoint-
ed two months ago.
"RIGHT NOW I think we have '
something much better in the
works," said Jones. "For Kathy
to try and bring up her political
issue right now is counterpro-

ish territory and have no inten-
tion of seeking independence.
On Dec. 6, 1917, a snip ex-
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Day Calendar Right-Handed Current Confusion,"
WUOM: Y. B. ; Chavan, foreign 2038 Randall Lab, 4 pm.; W. L. Wil-'
minister, India, at NPR, 10 am. liams, "Parity Experiment in Me-
tastable Hydrogen: Circular Dichro-
Ctr. Continuing Educ. for women: ism of Balmer-a" 1041 Randall Lab,
Brown bag lunches, 328 Thompson, 4 pm.
noon-i1:15 pm.
WIN Bulletin: Women's Conf. English: R. Hayden, poetry read-
Rm., basement, Admin. Bldg., 12 :15 ing, Pendieton Arts Ctr., 2nd FMr.,
pm. Union, 4:10 -pm.
Ctr. Near Eastern, N. African Residential College Lectures: B.
Studies: D. McClintock, "Foreign Hazlett, "Pattern Specialization by
Exposure and Attitudinal Change Animals," Greene Lounge E. Quad,
in an Isolated Revolutionary So- 7 pm.
ciety: The Case of Yemen," 200 Computing Ctr.: E. J. Fronczak,

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Lane Hall, 4 pm.
Women's Studies: History: R.
Blickman, "Women's Problems inI
History: Problems of Methodology,
Class, and Gender in the Study of
Women," E. Lec. Rm., Rackham, 4
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Physics: R. Ullman, "Small Angle
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Part I, Basic Concepts, short course,
7:30-9:30 pm.
Ermine Cowles Case Memorial
Lecture: Jack A. Wolfe, US. Geolog-
ical Survey, Menlo Park, CA, "A
Paleontological Interpretation of
Tertiary Climates in the Northern
Hemisphere," Rackham Amph., 8
pm.
General Notices
IPPS: Martha Derthick, Brook-
ings Inst., "Is Social Security in
Trouble?" Hussey Rm., 2nd flr.,
League, 8 pm, Oct. 9.
Career Planning & Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7456
Oct. 7: Washington & Lee U.

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Law, U. of Kentucky, & State Dept.
Oct. 8: Upjohn, U. of Chicavo/
Grad. Schs., & Washington U. Law
Oct. 9: Manufacturers Nat'l Bk.,
Northwestern Mutual Life, & Car-
gill, Inc
Oct. 10: Carnegie MellonffGrad.
Sch. of Industrial Admin.
Oct. 13: Bell System
Oct. 14: Battelle, N. W. Research
Ctr.
Oct. 15: Rike's
Oct. 17: Harvard Business Sch., &
J. L. Hudson Co.
University of Michigan Law Day-
Tues., Oct. 21, 1975 - 10:00 am to
3:30 pm - Womens League Ball-
room. Thirty or. more law schools
will have representatives on campus
to visit with students interested in
attending law school. They will
discuss differences in law schools,
the admission process, values at-
tached to class rank, grades, LSAT,
references, & financial aid.
Morris Draper from the Depart-
ment - of State will be at Career
Planning & Placement on October
7 to discuss career opportunities;
and requirements and procedures
for applying for a position. Call
764-7456 to schedule an appoint-
ment.

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