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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, November 26, 1975

'age Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, November 26, 1975

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$200 MILLION HIKE LIKELY:

Tax bills padded

to aid NYC

UNIVERSITY OFMICHIGAN

1975/76
OFFICIAL

STUDENT and FACULTY/STAFF

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ALBANY, N. Y. (T) - The
state legislature approved aI
series.of New York City tax in-?
creases last night, and Gov.
Hugh Carey lined up other key
elements of his $9.4 billion plan'
to end the city's prolonged fis-
cal crisis.?
By late evening the state as-
sembly had approved six of the
seven tax bills and other minor
legislation. The Senate had ap-
proved four of them, and the?
entire $200 million package I
seemed likely to gain approval
in both houses.
IN THE only hitch in the
day's smooth enactment of the
fiscal package, legislative lead-
ers substituted a higher bank
tax for an unpopular proposed
boost in the city's annual auto-
mobile use fee.
Before the legislature acted,1
state officials had scraped to-
gether $150 million to keep the
city from default until early De- I
cember.
And the governor won written3
commitments from banks and.
city employe union pension of-
ficers to make the bulk of the i
Casals
concert=-
uneven
(Continued from Page 5)
lost among the other instru-
ments, a problem which was
rectified in the remainder of
the performance.
THE PROGRAM continued
with a trio by contemporary,
composer Leon Kirchner. The;
work itself was a fascinating
collage of string effects and
sounds - emotionally volatilef
and extremely taxing to the per-
former's techniques. All trace of
earlier sloppiness disappeared
and the performers definitely
warmed up a bit. Again, their;
sense of ensemble was nothing
short of superb.

investments required in his plan loan guarantees to complete the meet, state Comptroller Arthur
to keep the city from default af- plan. I Levitt announced he had found
ter that. THE CITY increases and a sources for $150 million that is
Carey hopes to win President companion bill to require city the last piece of the $2.3-billion
Ford's support this week for employes to contribute to their plan the state enacted in Sep-
federal loan guarantees of $2.5 pensions - their contribution tember to keep the city afloat
billion as part of the plan. The ' was dropped in a contract set- until early next month.
bank and pension investments tlement several years ago - The state borrowed the money
will guarantee that the city and were designed as the kind of from such obscure funds as the
investment community will C "further steps towards fiscal re- "New York State Thruway Au-
solve most of the problems it-|sponsibility" which Ford said thority Emergency Highway Re-
self, Carey argues, and the tax last Wednesday he wanted to conditioning Preservation Bond
increases are designed as a see before he would reconsider Service Fund," and then lent it
gesture of fiscal sacrifice to his previous opposition to fed- to the city to meet payrolls and
win Ford's sympathy. eral aid. other obligations this week.
CITY UNION leaders, who But Treasury Secretary Wil- City Comptroller Harrison
control the pension systems, and liam Simon, in a television in- Goldin said in Albany yesterday
bankers had balked earlier in terview Tuesday morning, re- that the $150 million, plus $20
the day at committing the $1.65 peated his earlier statements million in loans rolled over by
billion Carey's plan asks from that the President wanted not banks, will provide the city with
the city's major banks and the just legislative action, but also enough cash until a payroll due
$3.65 billion he wants from the commitments from the unions Dec. 5.
pension funds. I and banks. With loans from pension sys-
But after Carey flew from Al- Carey said he had planned all tems or other sources the city
bany to New York City in ear- along to produce exactly that. may be able to meet that pay-
ly afternoon to meet with them, ASKED WHAT will happen if roll and stay afloat until Dec.
they offered their support. he has not nailed down all the 11. Carey hopes that Ford will
The governor declared, "I commitments by the end of the endorse his plan before leaving
would hope that before Thanks- week, the governor said, "The , for China and that Congress,
giving the President would an- President will be in China and i which returns from its Thanks-
nounce that he's going to do we will be in Dutch." Ford giving recess next week, will
the required and necessary and flies to Peking on Saturday. enact the necessary legislation
responsible thing" - support As the legislature prepared to in time to beat that deadline.
EsCl to run for Senate seat,
hits auto emission standards

TOURS

SPECIAL BOWL TOUR OFFICE
FOR MORE INFORMATION
of M STUDENT UNION KUENZEL RM. NO. 1409
First Floor

PHONE: 763-3371

(Continued from Page 1)
In doing so, he has compiled
a mixed record that includes
votes against the controversial {
anti - ballistic missile system
and busing and votes in favor of ,
the B-1 bomber and an end to
military aid to Turkey. ,
His first task in running for3
the Senate will be to make his
name known outside the Second
Congressional District which in-
cludes parts of Washtenaw,i
Wayne, and Monroe counties. a
TO ANNOUNCE his candid-
acy, Esch has scheduledl
speeches in Marquette, Tra-
verse City, Lansing, Grand Rap-
ids, and Saginaw over a two-
day period.
"I want to bring the spirit of1
'we the people' back to gov-
ernme~nt."Esch said flanked by I

sponsible revolution to end the
self-generating momentum of
high-tax, low-service govern-I
ment."
Esch attacked the welfare and
education system as big money
wasters and condemned the
courts for "freeing more crimi-
nal repeaters than they jail."
ON OTHER issues, Esch said:
" Ronald Reagan does not
pose a serious threat to Presi-
dent Ford's election bid;
* The President has served!
the country "well and effective-
ly in times of crisis:" and
* Congress should take a
more active role in monitoring
the CIA and FBI to prevent
further abuses by those agen-
cies.
In the 1974 election, Esch
ran a strong campaign in beat-!

Esch
ful Reu
margin
strong
nantly
ty area
ESCE
gradua
from t
at Wa
fore se
House
the U.
Fr

TOUR OFFICE OPEN:

MON.-TUES.
WED.
THURS.-SUN.

NOV. 24-25 10 A.M.-7 P.M.
NOV. 26 12 P.M.-4 P.M.
NOV. 27-30 CLOSED FOR
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY
(SALES CLOSE

MON.-FRI.
SAT.
MON.-TUES.

DEC. 1-5
DEC. 6
DEC. 8-9

10 A.M.-7 P.M.
10 A.M.-3 P.M.
10 A.M.-7 P.M.

DECEMBER 9TH)

STUDENT$based on 3 or 4 persons
$318900 in a room

December 27-January 1

December 28-January 2 ° December 29-January 3

TOUR FEATURES:
1. Charter air transportation from Detroit to Orlando and return including complimentary meals and
soft drinks in flight.
2. Accommodations for five (5) nights at the Court of Flags Resort, excellent accommodations, located 20
minutes from Disney World at Orlando. Outside swimming pools, tennis courts, and nearby restaurants.
All hotel rooms are top quality.
3. Round-trip transfers from the airport to the hotel include luggage transfer directly to the individual's
hotel room.
4. New Year's Eve Party.
5. The game day pac age provides air-conditioned motorcoach transportation from our hotel in Or-
lando to Fort Lauderdale for a few hours of sunning and continuing on to the Orange Bowl game,
with lunch included en route. Game ticket is included. Game is at 8:00 P.M.; following the game we
will return on the Sunshine Expressway back to Orlando.
6. Flight and medical insurance ($5,000.00 life, $500.00 medical, $500.00 baggage).

GL "11 10111, .L' -,.- .
The second half of the pro- his wife and their three chil- ing Democratic challenger John
gram was devoted to every dren. "What better way to cele- Reuther, nephew of the late' (
chamber musician's favorite brate the Bicentennial than for United Auto Workers President In a
composer, Johannes Brahms. the people to start our own re- Walter Reuther. eachF
His Trio in C major, Op. 87, is -c-a-n----------- _---cas 0
gorgeous, and these artists did. p ndo
ijustice. o t t o ix,, A
As in the Mozart trio, every . tatoes
phrase was clearly thought out sauce.
and effective; the performance 'The.
was now sensuous and sublime, I-P p is n g Ifr a g
now driving and sparkling, but UIWhite.
always lyrical. It was one of REV
the most refined, finely- Second
wrought interpretations of (Continued from Page 1) that he was returning shortly to ceived
Brahms that I've had the pleas- RUOSSRADta{h the headquarters of the Copcon With ti,
sure to witness. left-wing General Otelo Sarriva Internal Security Force he com- "Thi
r tde Carvalho had been arrested. mands.Th

outdistanced the youth-
iither by a 54-46 per cent
n, with a particularly
showing in the predomi-
white collar Wayne Coun-
a.
H received both under-
ate and graduate degrees
he University. He taught
yne State University be-
erving a term in the state
and then moving on to
S. Congress in 1966.
ats put
rles
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addition to the turkeys,
Psi Phi basket included
f string beans, peas, corn,
in pie mix,. cornbread
ressing, ten pounds of po-
and, of course, cranberry
ese w e r e the essentials
ood Thanksgiving," added
. EMMETT Green of the
d Baptist Church, who re-
the baskets, was thrilled
he frat's work.
s is a very good, charit-
rogram launched by the
as (Psi Phi)," said Green.
ind it very desirable to
ee to it that the Ann Arbor
unity is well fed for the
ys."
er was also very proud
pa Alpha Psi's efforts. "I
hink a small organization
ctually solve all social
,ms," he said, "but the
n can begin with us."

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CHARING CROSS
BOOKSHOP
Used, Fine and Scholarly Books
316 S. STATE--994-4041
Open Mon.-Fri, 11 -9,
Sat. 10-6

But later he was seen in the
courtyard of the Belem Presi-
dential Palace, where the 19-
person Supreme Military Coun-
cil of the revolution was meet-
ing under Costa Gomes.
Standing beside the president,
Carvalho told a cheering crowd

Carvalho was a key figure in
yesterday's crisis which Costa
Gomes described as an attempt
at a coup.
ELEVEN DAYS ago he re-
fused to send his forces to pro-
tect Prime Minister Jose Pin-
heiro de Azevedo from a 36-hour
siege by left-wing construction
workers.

able p
Omega
"We f
help se
commi
holiday
Hunt
of Kap
don't t
can a
problen
solutio

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Optional accommodations as follows:
Double accommodations (2)
Single accommodations (1).

$15. PP addl.
$81. PP addl.

LAND ONLY
PACKAGE: $153.00

PICK UP A FREE BROCHURE AT THE STUDENT UNION
based on
FACULTY/STAFF $348.,00 double occupancy

December 27-January 1
TOUR FEATURES:

December 28-January 2

December 29-January 3

1.
2.

Charter air transportation from Detroit to Orlando and return.
Accommodations for five (5) nights a't the Court of Flags Resort (2 to a room), excellent accommoda-
tions, located 20 minutes from Disney World at Orlando. Outside swimming pools, tennis courts, and
nearby restaurants. All hotel rooms are top quality.

Students Don't Have
To Be Sheep
You Can Make a Difference!
SGC will be interviewing
for the following positions:
SGC Student Insurance Committee
Research Policy (grad student only)
Director of Personnel
Permanent Interview Board (grad student only)
INTERVIEWS for these committees will be held TUESDAY
and WEDNESDAY, Dec. 2nd & 3rd. Need more informa-
tion? Stop by SGC, 3rd floor of the Union; sign up for an
interview and pick up an application.
GIL
SCOT HERON
AND THE MIDNIGHT BAND

ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S 1946
NOTORIOUS
(AT :'
CARY GRANT convinces the daughter of a dead Nai
aaent to accept a dangerous spy mission during World
War II. Claude Rains is the villian who loves the imposter
Ingrid Bergman in this suspenseful film.
FRANK CAPRA'S 1938
You Can't Take It With You
(AT 9:05)
JAMES STEWART, JEAN ARTHUR, LIONEL BARRY-
MORE, and EDWARD ARNOLD star in this wacky story
of a carefree American family that won Academy Awards
for best picture and director.
Cinema Guild Bt shows OLD ARCH.
for $2.00 AUD.

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3. Round-trip transfers from the airport to the hotel include baggage transfer directly to the individual's
hotel room.
4. New Year's Eve Party-One hour open bar with hors d'oeuvres which converts to a cash bar. Dancing
and favors.
5. Our private air-conditioned motorcoaches will transport you from the Court of Flags Resort for a bus
ride to Miami Beach where you may attend, should you desire, the alumni gathering occurring at the
Americana Hotel at approximately 3:30 P.M. Following the party you will continue to the Orange
Bowl game (ticket included) which begins at 8:00 P.M.
6. Flight and medical insurance ($5,000.00 life, $500.00 medical, $500.00 baggage).

Optional accommodations as follows:
Single accommodation (1)
3rd person in a room, deduct
for third person only.

WHY LIVE A UFE
W|JHgJT MEANING?

$85.
$44.

LAND ONLY
PACKAGE: $189.00

AIR PACKAGE ONLY (if available): $160 round-trip Detroit/Orlando

TOUR OPTIONS AVAILABLE

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~al~V ~F M°F a

Too many of us are in places
we don't want to be. Doing things
ve really don't want to be doing.
Sometimes, it's because we can't
think of anything better to do-but
that's no wxay to live.
Since von have only one life to
live, you night a swellliveit with
joy . . . with a fuel ng of satisfac-
tion and acomplishnt ... and
the knowxledge thait you are giuintg,
not taking. Whly not dcied to live
for the best ... for a great purpose
.. for something bigger than you
are?
If )'oui want to ch'in''c the di-
rectiLon of "our life, you might in-

ing the Gospel of Christ to the
American people. For over 100
years the Paulists have done this
through the communication arts-
hooks, publications, television and
radio-on college campuses, in par-
ishes, in missions in the U.S., in
downtoin centers, in working with
young and old. Because we are flex-
ible, we continually pioneer new
approaiches. To do this wve need
dedlicated, innovative men to carry
on our wvork.
To find out what road God has
chosen ns to walk is one of the most
important tasks of our life.
Which road will be yours?
For more ,,informaion ni a-th-e

DISNEY WORLD ....
CYPRESS GARDENS .

...... $9.50
...... $9.00

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER. $9.50
TRIP TO THE BEACHES ... $4.00

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