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THE MICHIGAN DAILY __

Tuesday, November 25, 1975

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~- Tuesday, November 25, 197$

Fleming gives faculty dismal Council approves
budget outlook for next year CDRS funding plan

DETROIT SPEECH

Kissinger hits

USSR

(Continued from Page 1) cites several other channels for grants were originally provided
THIS YEAR'S appropriation additional revenue to fund such to encourage people to enter:
was cut 1.6 per cent on the a program: health - related fields, but "now!
last day of the legislative ses- -tuition increases. the federal government says
sion in August, and an execu- -phasing out of personnel they think there are enough peo-l
tive order from Governor Milli- and programs through the real- ple," he noted.
ken is expected this week which location of resources,
could pare another 1.5 per cent -the use of one-time gift Grants for the medical school
from the 1975-76 general fund. money, and most of those for the nurs-
Fleming divided the budget -e x t e n d i n g n e x t ing school will probably remain
into "mandated costs", which year's Christmas vacation by as intact. However, the continua-!
are rigid, unadjustable expens- much as a week to cut down tion of grants to the schools of
es, and the "economic pro- on heating casts. Public Health, Dentistry, and
gram," meaning salary increas- Next year's gloomy budget Pharmacy "is in grave doubt,"
es for University staff. outlook is further aggravated Fleming explained.
Even with no increases in j by the expected discontinuation Economics Prof. Saul Hymans
state appropriations, Fleming of some federal grants to
said "there will be dollars for health - science units of the economic forecast for the state
an economic program." He University, Fleming said. These in 1976-77. Hymans and Prof.
Harold Sha iro chairman ofI

(Continued from Page 1)
cilmen had indicated to Wheelerj
last week that without the ad-
dition of these amendments, he
would not receive their support.
for his proposal.
COUNCIL retreated to the
work room during last night's
session to bargain two addition-
al GOP-proposed amendments-
one adding a senior citizens
program to be administered by
the recreation department, and,
another stipulating that agen-.
cies were not assured specificI
dollar amounts with passage of
the program - which Wheeler,
reluctantly voted into his plan.
Despite final approval, sever-
al council members were criti-I

(Continued from Page 1) tremely friendly, bureaucracy and loss of confi-
amounts of CDRS monies into a rival organization, the An- He said, "We and the Peo- dence abroad."
Model Cities projects, which he gola National Front, and pres- ple's Republic of China have
claimed receive ample funding ently backs that group in public He added, "We cannot allow
from specific Model Cities statements. parallel concerns that the world the intelligence services of this
from seiiaoelCte ttmnts. be free from domination by cutyt edsate.
grants. Kissinger presented his re- military force or intimidati country to be dismantled."
"NEARLY $170,000 is being marks in a prepared speech to what our many joint com- IN ANSWER to a question,
put into Model Cities programs, a Cobo Hall audience of about muniques have termed 'hege- Kissinger said, "There is no in-
not to mention neighborhood fa- 5,000, at a dinner organized by mony.' telligence service in the world
cilities money being given to the Economic Club of Detroit. "We have affirmed," he add- that could survive the examina-
Model Cities," said Bertoia. HE ATTACKED Cuban as ed, "that neither of our two tion of all its activities and the
"You have overfunded an area HEl AA CED Cubantasn countries should seek hegemony, publication of all its documents
of town which has not only had well as Soviet involvementgmd and that each would oppose the that is in effect today."
its owngrnfoanubrf Angola, condemning the alleged? attempts of others to do so."
ys bu grant for a numberub presence of "thousands" of The Se,.ret, ry also commented
stantial amount from CD troops sent by Cuba to the new- IN REPLY to a question on on relations between North and
money." ly-independent African nation. Schlesinger's call Sunday for a South Korea. "An atmosphere
And he announced that Am- larger defense budget Kissing- of confrontation," he said, "re-
Model Cities is a federally bassador to the United Nations ersaid "Secretary Sclesin grettably persists on the Korean
erte incoet fcitizens sn An -Daniel Moynihan told him and was talking about the fact that peninsula.
Ford in a meeting yesterday the Soviet Union is spending "We and the Republic of Ko-
Arbo, for chahele sred that he "agreed to stay on" in about 15 per cent of its Gross rea are prepared to move to a
to his election. the U.N. post. National Product on defense, more permanent solution," he
Wheeler refuted Bertoia's ar- The secretary also cautioned while we're spending about -five asserted. "We have proposed a
gument claiming that the low that attacks on United States per cent. conference among North and
guncmetrelaiidn htMdlthesowintelligence agencies must notI
income residents of Model Cities "I think he would agree that South Korea, the United States,
were greatly responsible for lead to those agencies being if we take the overall situation and the People's Republic of
the city's receipt of CDRS dismantled. today, we are superior." China to discuss the dissolution
funds. "The great Soviet advantage of the United Nations Command
RECONCILIATION w i t h is in ground forces," he noted. while preserving the Korean
"I REFUSE to watch us se- Cuba, the secretary said hinges "I would agree with Secretary Armistice Agreement."
cure CDRS money because of on that country's relations with Schlesinger that we must, over Kd
Model Cities and then not allo. both Puerto Rico and Angola. the next few years, strengthen curity of Japan-our cloest ally
cate some of that money to "Let there be no illusions," our ground forces." inrty Pfic-drecly l y
those people," he said. he declared. "A policy of con- in the Pacific-is directly linked
Councilwoman Kathv Koza.I ciliation will not survive Cuban COMMENTN n to the security of Korea."

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of actual dollar allocations But in a brief question -and-
would spark additional contrao- answer session after his speech,
versv. Kissinger said that the United
"We're voting to let staff play' States would "not stand in the
around with $250,000 in neigh- way of other Latin American,
borhood facilities if we pass countries seeking to imnrove
Ithis," she said. "We're going to their relations with Cuba."
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Tuesday, November 25, 1975
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