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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, May 14, 1974

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Around
Ann Arbor
Mahatma, a disciple of Ma-
haraj J1, will speak in the Wes-
ley Lounge of the Methodist
Church at State and Huron, 7:30
p.m.
Are you disabled or interested
in improving the conditions of
the physically disabled at the
University? That's what Dis-
abledS tudentsServices is all
aboult. Go see them at Rm. 4119
Michigan Union, or call 763-3000-
The MSU Department of Mu-
sic and the Opera Guild of
Greater Lansing hold their re-
gional auditions for the January
1975 production of Carmen Sat-
urday at MSU's Music Auditor-
ium, 2-6 p.m. Accompaniment
will be provided, and singers
would prepare one aria from
Carmen in English and French,
memorized in one of the lan-
guages.
The Washtenaw Community
Mental Health Center has begun
a series of training sessions for
new volunteers. Volunteers are
needed for several of the cen-
ter's facilities in both Ypsilanti
and Ann Arbor. The series of
four sessions began last night.
Persons over 21 interested in
volunteering who can commit
one day or evening a week for
at least a year should call John
Schwarz or Linda Vanek at
761-9830.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXIV. No. 5-S
Tuesday, May 14, 1974
is edited and managed by students
at the University of Michigan. News
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In the news this morning

National
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-Shielding his face
with a piece of cardboard, Sen. Edward
Gurney (R-Fla.) entered the federal building
yesterday to appear before a grand jury in-
vestigating possible - links between political
gifts and housing contracts. Gurney, a member
of the Senate Watergate committee, was ac-
companied by his attorney. The senator, who
slipped into the building through a rear en-
trance, refused to answer reporters' questions
when he arrived at the fourth floor where the
grand jury was in session. Gurney offered to
testify when he admitted publicly that a
volunteer fund raiser had collected $100,000 in
his name.
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permit dissemination statements by the firm
after the announcement there would be no
dividend payment. The meeting, in which
management changes were being considered,
was precipitated by an announcement Friday
by Harold Gleason, chairman of both the bank
and its holding company. He said Franklin
New York planned to omit its regular quar-
terly dividend. Bank analysts say the ommis-
sion of a dividend by a bank is almost un-
heard of. Franklin is the nation's 20th largest
bank in terms of assets. The bank has dis-
closed it lost at least $14 million and perhaps
$37 million as a result of unauthorized foreign
currency transactions. Gleason said the bank
believes much of the loss is covered by in-
surance.

BATON ROUGE-Vice President Gerald R.
Ford said yesterday the nation must maintain S
its military muscle if it intends to hold world
respect. The armed services' $85.8 billion DETROIT-Detroit experienced an 11.8 per
budget, along with revenue sharing, were D
Ford's subjects during a quick swing into New cent increase in the number of armed robberies
Orleans. He made only a brief reference to during the first four months of 1974, and police
Watergate and did not mention President have placed the blame on the apparent rise of
Nixon by name. Then he flew on to Baton narcotics users in the city. Police cited the
Rouge to tell the legislature, apparently with higher price for narcotics and the high un-
Watergate in mind: "Some are saying today employment rate as other reasons for the
that we in America are overindulging our- increase. "When I first started working hold-
selves i exaggeration-particularly the over- ups in 1959," said Inspector Bruce Kennedy
exaggeration of our problems . I do n of the department's armed robbery-theft sec-
come beore you today as the vice president of tn "w arts get oldup man
natin sffeing romthetion, "it was a rarity to get a holdup man who
a nation suffering from the plagues of slavery, was a junkie. Now it's a rarity to get one
pestilence, famine, revolution or war. If you who isn't."
were to inventory today everything that is
right in the world, America's contributions $
would head the list."
NEWWeather
NEW YORK-Directors of Franklin New
York Corp., and its bank subsidiary, Franklin Canned heat? A strong flow of warm humid
National, were expected to decide on a new air from the Gulf of Mexico in conjunction with
stock subscription which would raise $50 mil- a slow-moving cold front approaching fr'pm the
lion to ease the bank's current money pinch. west will cause the threat of showers and
Trading in Franklin's stock was halted by the thundershowers throughout the day. Tonight the
Securities and Exchange Commission at the same conditions will prevail. Maximum tem-
company's request. The SEC said the ban, peratures today 75 to 80 with minimums to-
effective until tomorrow morning, was to night 63 to 68.

TV
tonight
6:00 2 4 7 1Is 1News
9 Andy Griffith
20 Voyage to the Bottom t
the Sea
24 AC News-Smith/Reasonee
30 Zoom
50 Star Trek
14 tternaional sd
Domestic Conflit
6:20 2 11 Cs News-walter
Cronkite
4 13 NBC News-John Chan-
ceaser
7 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
9 1 Dream of Jeannie
24 Dick Van Dyke
30 Unis, Yoga and You
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 News
7 To Tell the Truth
9 Beverly BMbles
11 To Ten the Truth
13 what's My Lines?
20 Rifleman
24 Bowling for Dolla
30taImpressions
$0 Mission: Impossible
56 Church Alive
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 Adubon wildlife Theatre
7 New Price I Right
9 News-David Compton
11 Hollywood Squares
13 Trash or Coneqences
20 Denny McLan-Variety
24 Wait Till Your Father
Gets oms
30 Washington Straight Talk
56 Who's Afraid of Opera?
8:00 2 11 Haseball
4 13 Adam-12
7 24 Happy Days
9 To e Announced
305 6 Bill Moyers' Journal
50 Hogan's Heroes
8:30 4 13 aanacek-Crime Drama
7 24 Movie
Natalie Wood, Robert Wagner
"The Affair." (1973)
20 Judd for the Defense
30 56 Who Built This Place?
--Comedy
50 Merv Griffin
9:00 30 56 Black Journal
9:30 20 Seven Hundred Club
10:00 4 13 Police Story
7 24 Marcus Weiby, M.D.
9 up Canada
35 Roundtable
50 Perry Mason
56 Detroit Black News
10:30 2 Baseball Scoreboard
9 Some Honorable Members
-Interview
1t To Be Anosusnced
56 Our Street-Drama
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CHC News-Lloyd Robertson
50 Night Gallery
11:30 2 11 Movie
"Gunn" (1967)
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Come Die with Me
9 News
20 Manna
50 Movie
"Racket Bisters" (1930)
Humphrey Bogart
12:00 5 Movie
"The Two-Headed spy."
(English; 195s)
1:00 4 Tomorrow-Discussion
7 13 News
1:25 2 Movie
"My Girl Tisa" (1948)
11 News
2:00 4 Classroom
2:30 4 News
2:55 2 News
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