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/ THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, November 1$, 1975
/ HEMCHGA AIYusdy Nvmbr 8.17
TUESDAY, NOV. 18-4 P.M.
NOTED ISRAELI NOVELIST
A. B. YEHOSHUA
TOPIC: "MODERN ISRAELI: WRITERS:
PROBLEMS OF WRITING AND IDENTITY"
Sponsored by Proaram of Judaic Studies & Dept. of Near
a holiday special
Speaker: DR. EDITH GOMBERG
Professor UM School of Social Work
City Council nixesj
(continued from Page 1) According to Kathy Kozochen-
cal descent over Washtenaw ko (Socialist Human Rights
Avenue." Party-Second.ard), the airport
H O V E V E R, Kenworthy already costs local taxpayers
signed at Sununit
explained that the present type
of runway "exists in its (cur-
rent) orientation because that's'
dtheangle of the prevailing
Democratic Mayor Albert'
Wheeler dismissed the danger!
factor in his consideration of the
need for re-oriented runways.
"I question the thing about
safety, and I guess I haven'tG
gotten a report about serious or
near-serious accidents 'in the
last several years," he said.
ALL THE council members
expressed concern at the cost ofs
constructing re-oriented run-
ways. Kenworthy pointed out
that this construction would be
more costly than just repaving,'
the existing runways. One coun-
cilnerson estimated the cost at
"The biggest problem is in'
finance. I don't want to spend
money on a losing cause," saidr
$132,000 a year. Furthermore,
Kozachenko asserted that only
16 per cent of airport traffic is
devoted to business use; the
RAMBOUIILLET, France (Reu-'
ter)--President Ford and five
other Western leaders yesterday
took action to ensure a more
stable money system by con-
trolling wild swings in currency
rest represents instructional Their agreement was contain-
and recreational use. ed in a 15-point declaration is-
sued here after 13 hours of
BECAUSE the airport is un- talks between the heads of gov-
der-utilized and only 25 per cent ernment of the United States,
of the planes are owned by Ann Britain, West Germany, France
Arbor taxpayers, Kozachenko Italy and Japan.
proposed to close down the air-
port altogther. TiE ACCORD was the one
"The Willow Run Airport, specific result of the three-day'
which is close to the city, is cur- simmit, which reaffirmed the
rently running at 40 per cent of need for coordination of eco-
its capacity, so that it could nomic policies to develop a ss-
easily accommodate the traffic tained global economic recovery
from Ann Arbor Airport." . without the resurgence of ram-
A dispute between France and
the United States has held .up
agreement on controlling cur-
rency values among major in-
IN BRUSSELS, Fourcade gave
new details of the agreement
which would involve more buy-
ing and selling of currencies by
central banks to prevent "er-
ratic fluctuations" in currency
Fourcade, who left for Brus-
sels immediately after the sum-
mit for a meeting of Common
Market finance ministers, told
reporters there that the United
States, Japan and Common Mar-
ket countries could coordinate
daily their intervention policies
to iron out major swings in
The combined port of Los An-
geles and Long Beach is the
largest on the Pacific Coast.
The Taj Mahal in Agra, In-
dia, required 20,000 pairs of
hands to build.
Napoleon Bonaparte's tomb is
Paris. The hotel was once a
hospital for military personnel.
a -place for people
one block north of
South University and Forest
Keogh (D-First Ward), support- French President Valery Gis-;
ed the proposal to shut down the card d'Estaing, who originally
airport, saying that "it's wrong'called for the summit discus-
to ask the poor people of this sions, told a news conference
city to pay for the play of the ltst night that his finance min-
rich at the airport." ister. Jean-Pierre Fourcade,'
--- - - - and U.S. Treasury Secretary,
William Simon had signed a
document listing details of the
ERGY accord between their respective
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