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I Friday, February 20, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Page Three

Friday, February 20, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'age Three

City streets outmoded

Ford formally ends

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By DAVID GARFINKEL I
Observatory, the road leading
to University Hospital, was
built in the 1920's - and
it shows.
Under the regulatory domain
of over 50 City Councils and
underneath c o u n t I e s s
pedestrians and vehicles since
then, it was not until last sum-
mer that the first repairs on
that road were made.

would allocate the millage funds'
for the improvement of "local
streets" and bikeways. "Local
streets" are defined by the
state as those which are pri-
marily residentialhand havera
low rate of traffic flow.
THE PROPOSAL stipulates
that the funds shall only be
used for repairs, not for the
construction of new roads.
The millage would be in ef-,
feet for five years. If passed.

physical condition," on a scale relocation order
from 20 to 100. The rating
was determined by the combi-

Nixon visits China
LOS ANGELES (A) - Former ' Tokyo before the final leg to
President Richard Nixon de- Peking tomorrow.j
parts today for Communist
China, where he went four itinerary in China has not
years ago as America's chief been disclosed, but Nixon re-
executive to open relations be- portedly will meet with Coin-
tween the two countries. munist party Chairman Mao

nation "of six factors - rough-
ness, cracking, utility cuts,
curb and gutter, sidewalk and
"over-all impression.,,
On the low end of the scale
in the "local roads" category
(roads that would be affected
by the proposal), Church St.
between South University and
Hill received a score of 43. On
the high end of the scale, Fifth
Avenue between Madison and

WASHINGTON (A') - Pledg-, ACTUALLY, the order was
ing "that this kind of error shall lifted on Dec. 31, 1946, when
never be made again," Presi- President Harry Truman de-
dent Ford yesterday formally clared "that hostilities have
lifted the World War I order terminated."
that sent 112,000 Japanese-
Americans i n t o relocation Ford said Roosevelt's execu-
camps. tive order was no longer effec-
His proclamation to that ef- tive after hostilities ended but
dthat "because there was no
feet was 34 years from the day fha estathmen asrn-
that President Franklin Roose- formal statement of its termin-
4inn thorn rom~inC nrrar

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This time he travels as a
private citizen as the guest of

Tse-tung.
President Ford has said the

"SOME OF the (city) streets Robbins estimates it would
were built for horse and bug- provide S700,000 a year in re-
gy, and now they have heavy pair funds.
trucks and buses on them," The Department of Streets
laments John Robbins, the came out with a study of city
city's Director of Streets, Traf- roadways last fall. The 200-
fic and Parking. page report, "Street Ratings,"
To help improve road con- was prepared under the direc-
ditions one of the ballot pro- tion of city Civil Engineer Steve
posals the city will vote on in Wilmarth.
the upcoming April election is
for a 1-mill levy on property
holdings. The millage increase condition of Ann Arbor streets,
would mean an increase in Wilmrth said it was "substan-
property taxes of one dollar for dard."
every $1000 of the assessed HE ADDED, "People have to
value of a home, if the propos- remember that streets have to
al is passed. be renewed constantly."
The proposal,,as presented by The report gave the streets
a Feb. 2 City Council vote, "a rating representative of its

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Hill received a 95. velt, in the post-Pearl Harbor'
Hclimate, authorized what turned
ONE OF the problems plagu- into mass internment camps.
ing city roads is the existence
of a heavy clay base beneath sFORD CALLED that Feb. 19ra i
them, which does not permit a sad day in American his-
good drainage.A gravel-and- tory" and added: "We now
sand base makes road mainte- know, what we should haveI
nance easier, but this is found known then, not only was thatt
only in a few areas of the city. evacuation wrong, but Japa-t
nese-Americans were and areE
Another problem is neglect, loyal Americans."t
according to Robbons, who hasj
been working for the city for Attending the signing cere-1
the last ten years. "To my mony were Hawaii's representa-
knowledge, there has never tives in Congress, Sen. DanielI
been a continuous maintenance Inouye and Reps. Patsy Mink
system (for the roads)," he and Spark Matsunaga, all Japa-
said. nese - American Democrats, {
and Sen. Hiram Fong, a Repub-I
lican who is Chinese-American.I
"This should have been donet
a ogtime ago, but it's done
U LLET I N , now," said Ford as he shook
hands with some 35 people who
- 3ata rci

ation there remains concern
among many Japanese - Ameri-
cans that there may yet be
some life in that obsolete docu-
ment."

Communist China. visit would have no foreign pol-
icy implications for the Unitedt
IN FEBRUARY 1972 Nixon, States.
te oHe is not going there involv-
munist, landed in Peking on his ing any foreign policy matters
paied thyvisit numeruswaccd- Ford said at a press confer-
psan dthenbyum ounesadvis ence earlier this week. "He
ers and swarms of newsmen! is going as a guest of the Chi-
who reported his every move. ;nese government and he is go-
This morning, Nixon, his wife ing as a private citizen."
and two aides will board a Chi-
nese jet airliner at an out-of- Never operate a hair dryer,
the-way hangar at Los Angeles shaver or other electrical de-
International Airpore. A Boe- vice with wet hands or while in
ing 707 from mainland China the tube or shower. Water and
will take the Nixons first to wet surfaces greatly increase
Anchorage, Alaska, and then tb conductivity.
fir

He called upon the American
people to affirm the "promise
that we have learned, from the
tragedy of that long-ago experi-
ence, forever to treasure liber-
ty and justice for each individ-
ual American."
ROOSEVELT'S order author-
ized Secretary of War Henry
Stimson to prescribe military
areas from which "any or all
persons may be excluded" as
protection against sabotage.
The order applied particularlyl
to the West Coast, where in
California alone lived 60,000
Japanese - Americans and 38,-
000 Japanese aliens.

Hillel Grad Group
Mid-Winter Social
Saturday, Feb.21
8:30 p.m.
Baits Il--Common
Lounge
50c
including; french
fries, cole slaw,
hearthstone
toast

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"Marriage . .. is as much if not more in
the interests of men than slavery was in
the interests of the master."
TI-GRACE ATKINSON
Another in a series of speakers in honor
of international Women's Year
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25th

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Friday, February 20 1 Kim Bishop, conducting, Univ. Re- interview
Day Calendar formed Church, 8 pm; String dept. Openings
WUOM: Sarah White, "The Lan- recital, Recital Hal, 8 pm. sports,
guage of Sex & Supplies in the Old WUOM: Ars Musica concert, 8:05 canoe /,
French Fableaux," 10:05 am. pm. nature,d
Gul os.Rv oetHrrGeneral Notices ArmyI
"uild House. Rev. Robert HarertGCourse Mart Deadline: Proposals terview
"Can an Urban Anglo Male .be a for Fall 1976 course mart offerings the sumn
Natural Person?" 802 Monroe, noon. must be submitted to 2501 LSA by 9 to s.m
Ctr. South, Southeast Asian Stu- today, Feb. 20; proposals welcome
dies: B. R. Shastry, Osmania U., from anyone with expertise in aca-
"World Religions at the Cross- demic area not now covered byS
road," Commons Rm., Lane Hall, LSA curriculum. S
noon., SummerPlcm t
Ob. Gyn. / Bio-Eng. Seminar: 3200 SAB, 763-4117 1 :Ot
Gregg McPherson, 'Data Acquisi- Columbia Gas System, Ohio. An-
tion System: Fundamental Con- nounce summer program for stu-
cepts," L2204 Women's Hosp., noon. dents having completed their tun- PR
Public Health Films: A Three ' fr year in geology, elec., and chem., Toi
Letter Word for Love; About Sex, engr., details available.
Aud. SPH II, 12:10 pm. INTERVIEWS: $
Educ. Communications Media: Camp Sequoia, New York: Will 12:3
I Q Myth, Schorling Aud., SEB, interview Mon. Feb. 23 from 9 to
12:10 pm. 5. Openings include waterfront
Moody Science Films. Mystery (WSI), pioneering, nature, music, 5:30
of the Three Clocks, 2235 Angell, drama, dance, photography, ham
12:15 pm. radio, arts / crafts. Age 19.
Particle Physics Seminar: R. Lakeside Farm Camp/Watervliet. A
Adair, Yale, "Properties of Prompt Mi/Coed, Girls: Will interview'
Muons," 2038 Randall Lab, 4:15 pm. Thurs. Feb. 26 from 10 to 5. Spe-
Bicentennial Committee, . LSA: cialists fields open, maintenance,
Martin Diamond, Inst. for Humani- cooks, riding, arts/crafts, couple
ties, Yale, "Has the New Worn off: with farm experience. Details avail-
How Much of the Ideals of the able.
American Revolution are Left?" Irish Hills G. S. Council, Mi. Will
Aud. A, Angell, 4:15 pm. interview Thurs. Feb. 26. from 9 to
Hockey: UM vs Wisconsin, Yost 6. Openings include counselors, spe-
Ice Arena, 7.30 pm. cialists, driver, other fields. Regis-
PTP: Davis' Purlie, Power, 8 pm.: ter.
Music School: Degree Recital - Camp Dunmore, vermont. Will
B ILL .....~.

Mon. Mar. 1 from 1 to 5.
include archery, land
tennis ,swimming (WSI),
sailing, piano, arts/crafts, I
dance, nurse.
Reserve, Detroit. Will 3n-
for Detroit openings forl
imer on Weds. Mar. 3, from
Register.

FRI .-SAT.
OLA BEL L
REED

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unday at Hillel
0 a.m.: Brunch
Speaker:
OF. PHILIP ELVING
c: The Yiddish Theater
1.00-Lox & Bagel
30-2:00 p.m.:
Israeli Dancing
0-6:30: Deli-$2.50
,1 at HiLLEL--
1429 HILL ST.

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Among Ola Belle's longstanding friendships
and associations are Bill Monroe, Earl Scruggs,
Lester Flatt, Merle Haggard, Hank Williams,
Jimmy Martin, and Johnny Cash. You'll know
why when you hear her.

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