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Thursday, August 15, 1974

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, August 15, 1974

In the newsthi monn
cal condition at a Porlamar hospital. Aeropos-
N tionalal said rescue teams found six persons alive
at the crash site on Mt. Piache, six miles from
Porlamar, but five died en route to a hospital.

FAYETTE, Miss - Mayor Charles Evers,
the first black mayor of a biracial town in
Mississippi, said yesterday that his indictment
on federal income tax charges was designed
to "break me financially and break me po-
litically." Ie said unidentified people were
angry over his fight for civil rights. Evers
said he was innocent of the charges that he
failed to pay more than $52,000 in taxes. He
told a news conference that he knew his tax
records were being investigated by a federal
grand jury and that he had told the Internal
Revenue Service he would be willing to pay
any due taxes.
PORLAMAR, Venezuela - A Venezuelan air-
liner with 48 persons aboard slammed into a
mountain yesterday while attempting to land
on the resort island of Margarita during a rag-
ing storm, officials said. The state-owned air-
line Aeropostal said only the co-pilot, Ivan
Rodolfo Magallanes, survived. He was in criti-

WASHINGTON -- Chairman Wilbur Mills
(D-Ark.) of the House Ways and Means Com-
mittee suddenly suggested a new health insur-
ance compromise in the aftermath of Presi-
dent Ford's plea for action on such legislation.
Mills, saying he has "not talked to President
Ford about any" of his proposals, stressed this
is a suggestion for reaching a compromise.
"I've been thinking of this for days - I just
threw it out" for consideration, he said.
Today's weather will be mostly sunny with
highs in the mid-80's. The temperature will
cool off considerably in the evening, however,
with a strong possibility of thundershowers.
Tonight's low will be in the mid-60's.

to look into
"The Tower's Better Way of Life"
The University Towers is designed with
the comforts of the student in mind. At
the Towers you don't hove the hassel
that many people have experienced with
landlords. You hove more time to devote
to studies, and members and activities
of society that interest you. Life is com-
plicoted enough, why complicate it more
by not living here?
Location-The Towers are ideally lo-
catod being two blocks from West
Individual Leases - Which means you
are responsible for only your por-
tion of the, rent. Many times three
or more people will rent a house
together and something always
happens, it might be getting mar-
ried, dropping out of school, or
not having enough money, in any
case the remaining roommates have to find a new roommate or pay a higher rent.
8 Month Lease-You rent the apartment for the time most people are in school, and
you're not stuck trying to find someone to rent it to in the summer.
Maid Service-Once a week a maid comes in to clean the place up. Which consists of
vacuuming, mopping, and dusting.
Maintenance Crews-We have a full staff to correct, and make any necessary repairs.
You can't appreciate this to its fullest extent until you have experienced the hassle
of trying to get a landlord to make needed repairs.
Tight Security-There is a security guard on duty at night, and the front door is always
locked. Visitors can buzz you from the lobby, and you con talk to them and unlock
the door from your room.
Recreation Room-Pool tables, ping pong tables, and snacks.
Pool-Go for a dip in between classes in our heated swimming pool.
Special Rooms-Study room, piano room, laundry room, lounge with a color T.V. We
also show popular movie'
Only $50.00 deposit.
Kitchen-Eat what and when you want to. Students who have lived in the dorm know
what it's like not having breakfast on the day of a big exam, and having thirteen
regulated meals a week. At the Towers you eat what and when you want to.
With ail these conveniences it would seem that the Towers would be very expensive to live in.
However this is not the case. Check our prices and what we have to offer with the other
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Around A2
The Summer Repertory Thea-
tre is presenting "The Maids"
by Jean Genet in the E as t
Quad Auditorium at 8 p.m.
tonight. Donation: $1.25. For
reservations call 763-1172.
The Human Rights Party is
having a mass meeting at
7:30 p.m. tonight on the first
floor of the Michigan Union
to discuss the county commis-
sioner campaigns and the
spring ballot issues.
The Free Food program at
Ozone House is in desperate
need of donations. Also, as of
Sept. 1, they will no longer
have the facilities to prepare
and serve food. If you wish to
donate food but cannot deliver
it, Ozone House will pick it
up. If you wish to offer t i m e,
money, food or facilities, c a 11
6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
9 Andy Griffith
20 Leave It To Beaver
24 ABC News-smith/
30 Zoom
0 Avengers
306LMuss,Yega and you
57 Sesame street
6:30 4 13 NBC News-John
7_ABC News-Smith/
9 f Dream of Jeannie
11 CBS News-walter
20 Nanny and the
24 Dick Van Dyke
30 Lilias, Yoga and You
56 Erica
7:00 2 CBS News-walter
4 News
7 To Tell the Truth
9 Beverly Hilbillien
1I To Teli the Truth
J3 what's My Line?
20 Rineman
24 Dealer's Choice
30 impressions
350 tntouhables
56 Jeanne wolf with . .
57 Electric Company
7:30 2 13 Tuth or Consequences
4 You Asked For It
7 New Treasure Hunt
, Bewitched
11 Hollywood Squares
20 Burke's Law
24 Let's Make A eal
30 About Town
56 Consumer Buy?Line
57 nolar Decisions
:00 2 tt The waltons
4 13 Mae Davis
7 24 Trmperaturs Rising
9 Shake. Rok and Rol
30 57 Evening at Pops
50 McHale's Navy
56 Cen Showcase
1:30 7 24 Just for Laughs
9 Beachcombers
20 Happy Though Married
50 Night Galery
9:00 2 5 tMovie
"Alfred the Great" (Englsh;
4 3 ronside
7 24 Kng u
2o wrestling
30 University Forum
50 WFL Football
56 57 International Perform-
9:30 9 Cilidht
30 David Susskind
10:00 4 13 Comedyworld
7 24 Streets of San
9 CBC Aress
20 Seven Hundred Club -
56 It's Your Turn
57 Journey to Japan
10:30 9 This Land
56 It's Your Turn
57 Open Mind
11:002s4.7 11 13 24 News
0 CBC News-Lloyd Robertson
11:20 9 News
11:30 2 Movie

"The Unholy Four."
(English; 1954)
4 13 Johnny Carson
7'24 wide world Special
11 Movie
"The Story of Mankind"
12:00 0 Movie
"Bahama Passage." (1941)
20 waters Family
50 Movie
"whirlpool." (1949)
1:00 4 Tomorrow
7 13 Newt
1:30 2 Movie
"The Story of Mankind"
11 News
2:00 4 Shadows on the Wal
5:30 4 News
3:30 2 what's My Line?
4:00 2 News

hits Ford's
hudoet clans
versity of Michigan economist
Gardner Ackley told a U.S. Sen-
ate Committee yesterday that
cuts in federal spending would
"weaken an already weak econ-
omy" and nrove ineffective in
fighting inflation.
Ackley, former chairman of
the Council of Economic Advis-
ers in the Johnson administra-
tion, spoke at a hearing-of the
Senate Committee on the Bud-
get. The committee is consider-
ine recommending possible bud-
set decreases of S-to-10-billion
below the level proosed by the
Nivem administration.
"SLOWTNG DOWN an already
sft econnm, increasing an al-
ready blab level of unemploy-
ment, creating new excess ca-
nacity when there is already
more than enough. have exceed-
ins little effect in slowing down
an inflation already snderway-
and particularly one which has
been underway for a long time,"
Aklev said.
"This has been so repeatedly
demonstrated that I am surnris-
ed that the idea still survives
that further weakening an al-
ready weak economy is an ef-
fective cure for inflation."
But the U of M economist
praised the recent siggestion by
President Gerald Ford to moni-
tor wage and price develop-
ments by reviving the Cost of
Living Council.
"THE ACT of reviving the
council-if that does happen-
woild mark a change in gov-
ernment posture which I think
is most important," Ackley said.
"I don't see how anyone can
believe that a government is
aainst inflation which failed to
onnose-even if only in principle
-specific large price and wage
Acklev, who has also served
as U. S. Ambassador to Italy,
added: "If we are really
frightened by inflation and want
to accomlish a lot in a hurry,
we woId even return to some
kind of wide spread mandatory
vwage and price control.
"It is simply wrong to keep
repeating that such controls can
never work-simply on the
bases of the incredible botch
which the Nixon administration
made of the recent control."
HE SAD IN reference to pro-
posals for a drop in federal
spending," I urge the committee
not to remand such a reduction,
instead, I urge that the congress
should feel free to consider
either modestradditions to the
budget as originally proposed.
Daily Official Bulletin
Thursday, August 15
Day Calendar
wOM: Live coverage - Senate
Foreign Relations Committee, on
"Detente and U. S. Relations with
Communist Countries," with wit-
nero, .. Kissinger, 10 am.
Mute Set.: Dn& iegand. tuba,
RecitalB all; Musical Youth Inter-
national Tour. Home Concert, Ber-
nie McCoy, dir., Hill And.; Oper,
Mozar's "Tle Abduction fran ttse
Seraglio," Mendeissohn Ttre.; al
at 8 pm.
Bach Club: flutes, piano, Mozart,
Bach, Telemann prgm., Main
Lounge, Law Quad, 8 pm.

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