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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Contemporary
Classical
Folk
and Oldies
Albums
51.98 - s8.98 each
COME IN AND BROWSE

BUDGET SLASH IMMINENT
Consumer office may close
By DANA BAUMANN IN ITS FIRST two years, CAC: "We have recently been in- !do their business; but if they
The Washtenaw County Con- has worked toward the protec- volved in providing manpower try to discover it on their own,
sumer A c t i o n Center (CAC) I tion and education of consumers to monitor and organize unit they will inevitably go to the
may be forced to close down in in both civil and criminal mat- pricing under the city law," worst places.
December, if a budget slash I ters. Over $139,000 has been re- said Denomme. "On the whole, however, Ann
passed by the County Budget covered for area consumers in A CITY ordinance requires Arbor is a most ,aware and in-
Committee is approved by the! refunds, credits and receipt of that stores indicate price per formed community and as such
County Board of Commissioners. goods and services through CAC unit of weight or volume of makes great use of public serv-
CAC Director John Knapp efforts. grocery products. ices like this one," he added.
commented that the budget cut "About 95 per cent of our "The Building and Safety De- If CAC does survive the pos-
"would effectively stop the han- cases are civil-not criminal- partment should enforce the sible budget cut, the group, with
dling of the majority of non-' in nature," explained Michael law, but they don't have the EMU, will begin a project this
criminal consumer complaint Denomme, t h e organization's staff to monitor the stores." winter to help the elderly with
cases, which is the main pur- chief complaint mediator. "All "Due to the transient nature their consumer needs.
pose of our existence." cases, most of which start out of the student population, it is A public hearing will be held
with a phone call, are initially difficult to keep them informed in November at which area citi-
HE ADDED, "There would be screened to see if we can deal as consumers," said Knapp. zens will comment on the budget
no direct consumer education with them and if they contain "They need to know where to proposal and the fate of CAC.
services or training programs elements of possible criminality. ---- -_--__-- - -_-__ _
for mediators and advocates, If criminality is determined, the -
nor is there any provision for case istgiven to the Assistant r R 'ei 10 &NI
the handling of criminal cases." Prosecutor." 11I )1 1
The budget slash would not Civil cases are handled by a
eliminate the post of consumer trained and supervised volun-
affairs investigator, which has teer staff. The University's Pro-
been a part of CAC, but would ject Outreach supplies the pro-!th hh8e
1Weights and Measures Depart- serve as mediators between
ment. merchant and complainant. (Continued from Page 1) oppose Juan Carlos from the
CAC became the consumer CAC"SPAIN has fundamental laws outset. About a dozen opposition
protection divisiontof the Wash- CAC's VOLUNTEER training which show the pathway that groups, believed to represent
tenaw County Prosecuting At- program has attracted attention political development will fo low about 20 per cent of the Spanish
torney's office in 1973 when it at national conferences of con- in the future. Both development people, reported they were plan-
received a two-year federal sumrer leaders and is held up as and application of such laws ning a joint declaration oppos
grant amounting to $75,000. The a model for consumer programs must be adjusted whenever it ing any restoration of the Span-
grant ran out in last June and across the country. is necessary, provided the ish monarchy unless it is ap-
the group has since operated CAC also sponsors several changes are compatible with proved by a national referen-
on funds approved only through consumer education courses at law and carried out in the dum.
December 30, 1975. the University and E astern framework of liberty and or- Arias conferred with the
Michigan University (EMU), der." pric fofmore th hu
distributes consumer publica- prince for more than mn hour
INTERNATIONAL tions, and handles consumer-re- Spain's long-silent opposition yesterday and reportedly told
lated telephone inquiries. made clear it is preparing to him the power transfer was
CAREER? - ----- ----necessary because Spain bad al-
ready been without an effective
I FA LAFIL PALACE head of state for two weeks,
A AIAEsince Franco's heart first began
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A representative
will be on the campus
TUESDAY
NOVEMBER 4, 1975
to discuss aualifications for
advanced study at
AMERICAN
GRADUATE SCHOOL
and lob opportunities
in the field of
INTERNATIONAL
MANAGEMENT
Interviews may be scheduled at
CAREER PLANNING &
PLACEMENT OFFICE
AMERICAN GRADUATE
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL
MANAGEMENT
Thunderbird Campus
Glendale, Arizona 85306

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SOURCES close to Juan Carlos
said last week he had declined
to take power on a temporary
basis because he did not want
to appear to be a puppet. They
said he changed his mind Wed-
nesday after being informed
privately that Franco,could not
recover.
Franco has been training Juan
Carlos since childhood and six
Year agohe formally nanied
the prince to succeed him on
the event of his death, retire-
ment or incapacity to rue.
Besides being head if sate,
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first king, since his grandfather,
King Alfonso XIII, went into
exile in 1931.
THE TEMPORARY transfer
of Dower, however, does not
incllide installation of the prince
on the throne. That comes only
with Franco's death.?
Doctors said they noted "no
ostensible modification" in
Fran'ro's condition yesterday,
h-t for the first time in several
davs they did not report wheth-
er the general was conscious.
The doctors said Franco's cri-
t-lheart problem was no
worse, but that fluid was build-
ing in his abdomen, where he
"'ls a blood clot.
THEY ALSO reported blkod
vessels in the stomach wall had
heoime a bypass for circulation.
Private medical sources said
this was temporary relief for
the clotting, but warned it
strained the stomach wall.

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