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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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original works of graphic art-etchings, lithographs,-

Ford
program,
support.
(Continued from Page 1)
shifting 59 programs to the
block grant approach underj
which state and local govern-
ments would get federal money
with few strings attached. f
One of Ford's visitors, Demo
cratic Mayor Coleman Young of
Detroit, said of the President's
budget:
"I think it would throw a
great additional burden on the
backs of the citizens of our city
and of our state.''
PREDICTING that adoption of
the budget as a whole wm~ild
lead to greatly increased local
taxes, Young said, "There's very
thing gruel in the President's
proposal for the major cities
Democratic Gov. David Pryor
of Arkansas reported that the
governors and mayors "do sup-
tort the block grant process,".
and expressed the view that a
majority of Americans also
agree with it.
Republican Gov. Otis Bowen
of Indiana said he would s-port
Ford's viewpoint rather than a
more ambitious proposal by the
President's GOP challenger,
former California Gov. Rdnald
Reagan, to transfer responsibil-
ity for a broad variety of social
welfare from the federal to
state and local governments.
McFALL SAID the Democrats
expect to bring to the House for
votes within the next few weeks
bills providing a total of 1.4
million jobs.

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(Continued from Page 1) newspaper Prayda indicated that
inevitably affect bilateral U S. Moscow was unlikely to sym-
Soviet relations. pathize with any suggestion that
Even if Kissinger breaks the the U.S. and Soviet Union adopt
deadlock in the arms talks dur- a joint approach on ending the
ing his visit here, U.S. anger civil war.
over Angola could frustrate the It said the organizations sup-
completion and ratification of ported by the United States were
the resulting agreement formal- not true lizeration movements
izing the 197.4 Vladivostok a6- and the U.S. policy in Angola
cord, the official added. was basically the same as in
AT VLADIVOSTOK Ford and Vietnam and Chile
Brezhnev agreed that their
countries would be limited to
2,400 strategic missiles and
bombers each. IKJ'. 9
Pressed to define what Kis-
singer meant by the U.S. re-
fusal to accept Soviet involve-B U t k eep
ment in Angola, the official said
the Unie StatesU woul react
against the Soviet Union in some
other area of the U.S.-Soviet
relationship. it q u etl
In Moscow, there was no sign
that Kremlin leaders planned (Continued froyn Page 1)
any relaxation in their support Somebody forgot to make
for the forces of the Luanda- room for Rogers Morton, the
based government of the MPI4A. outgoing Secretary of Com-

Wednesday, January 21, 1971
Kissinger seeks
USSR withdrawal

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Presented by Meridian Gallery Bank Chq. Cards acpt.

SHORTLY before Kissinger's
arrival, the Communist party
AMBITIOUS PLAN
BOGOTA, Colombia (UPI) --
Alarmed by forecasts that Bo-
gota could have 10 million in-
habitants by the year 2,000, Me-
dellin 8 million, Cali 6 million,
and Barranquilla 4 million, the
Colombian Economic Develop-
ment Ministry has embarked on
an ambitious plann.
The ministry plans to make
intermediate cities of. about
100,000 population like Girardot,
Villavicencio and Buenventura

merce. He wandered pup and
down the long table twice, ap-
parently looking for the big
white card with his name. Some-
body hastily lettered one and
Morton sat in a* back row. No-
body asked him- any questions
anyway.
It was not an exciting session.
Secretary of State Henry Kis-
singer was enroute to Moscow
and Defense Secretary Donald
Rumsfeld was enroute to Ger-
many. Treasury Secretary Wil-
liam Simon was there briefly,
didn't get any questions, and
left an assistant to finish the
session.

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There are about 900
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The filing of Constitutional
Convention petitions for
general delegate seats will
begin Friday, Jan. 23rd.
Blank petitions are available at S
offices, 3909 Michigan n ion--763
First Meeting of the Constitutional C
vention will be Wed., on. .8, 7 p'm

as to live by SECRETARIES William Cole-
al services I man of Transportation, Earl
portunities. Butz of Agriculture, Thomas
Kleope of Interior and Edward
,000 species Levi of Justice stayed through
the end and didn't get any
questions either.
The others mostly got one
aniece, wading id only when the
President invited them to.,
With all that deep, deep back-
ground, as they say in Wash-
ington, the b u d g e t stories
after embargo time ought to be
more understandable..
If some reporter quotes the
President as saying something
about a "three-year phaseout
of direct hire of employes" at
some place or other, remember
yogi heard it first from this
;GC reliable source.
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