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May 15, 1974 - Image 2

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Around Ann
The Washtenaw Intermediate
School District and the Saline
Jay Cees are looking for enter-
tainment talent for their annual
Happiness Fair, which will be
held for an expected 1100 handi-
capped youngsters Friday from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Saline
fairgrounds. Any jugglers, ven-
triloquists, unicycle riders, mu-
sicians, magicians, clowns or
other performers who can spare
the time would be welcomed. If
Volume LXXXIV, No. 6-S
Wednesday, May 15, 1074
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Arbor ..
you meet the description, call
Mr. McDonald at 769-6522:
Disabled Student Services
needs people to read for blind
students - either on a volunteer
or paid (about $2 per hour)
basis. Call 763-3000 to sign up.
The Students International
Meditation Society invites the
public to an introductory lecture
on transcendental meditation to-
night at 8 p.m. in the Union's
Faculty Club Lounge.
Tonight at the movies, the
New World Film Co-op shows
Super Fly in MLB Aud. 3, 7 and
9 p.m. At Cinema Guild, Mi-
chael Caine stars in The Ipcress
File, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. in the
Architecture Aud.
C lassif ieds,

' in the news this morning
lived and paid taxes in Nevada for seven
N aC1ionaEyars.

WASHINGTON - Democratic leaders said
that Republicans calling for President Nixon's
resignation are sacrificing the national interest
in an attempt to save their own political
necks. They asked that all Americans let the
impeachment process take its natural course.
Their voices included top congressional fig-
ures, the national party chairman and the
chairman of Democratic governors. National
party chairman Robert Strauss said at a party
unity meeting that "the most serious mis-
take our party could make . . . would be to
put a partisan cloud on the question of im-
WASHINGTON - Two members of the
House Ways and Means Committee are seek-
ing the help of the Democratic caucus to
enact a bigger windfall tax on oil companies
than the panel has proposed. Reps. William
Green (D-Pa.) and Charles Vanik (D-Ohio)
have petitioned for a special caucus in an ef-
fort to pass a resolution which would allow
them to present their proposed changes to the
bill when it comes up in the House. Green's
amendment would cut off the depletion allow-
ance as of last Jan. 1, instead of phasing it
out. Vanik's amendment would eliminate cer-
tain tax breaks on foreign oil and gas wells.
LAS VEGAS - "I know people better than
most of the people who are seeking public
office," says Beverly Harrell, a brothel ma-
dam who announced her candidacy for the
Democratic nomination for Nevada's State
Assembly in her district Monday. Harrell
owns the Cottontail Ranch, a legal brothel 156
miles north of Las Vegas. She said she wanted
to make clear her brothel was legal so people
would not think she was "a shady character
operating at the whim of paid-off public offic-
ials" but rather "a businesswoman who has

LANSING - A legislative study has shown
that while the proportion of women employes
in state government has increased slightly in
recent years, few females are being promoted
to high level management posts. The survey
indicated that between January 1971 and De-
cember 1973, female representation in the
civil service ranks rose from 46.97 per cent to
48.68 per cgnt of the total number of employes.
This apparently insignificant gain parallels the
national situation - President Nixon's White
House program to promote women has been
virtually wiped out by Watergate. All the key
women recruited for the White House by presi-
dential counselor Anne Armstrong have left
or given notice of their departure, and no suc-
cessors have been named.
YPSILANTI - State authorities intensified
their search yesterday for the only two men
still at large of a dozen who escaped Sunday
from Michigan's main institution for the crimi-
nally insane. Ten of the 12 men, all considered
dangerous, were back at Ypsilanti State Hos-
pital's forensic center under tightened security
following the two breaks from the minimum
security facility. Two of the escapees were
picked up by state police late Monday about
six miles from the hospital while trying to
hitchhike into Detroit.
Cooler again. As another major storm moves
out of our area we'll re-enter the cool air. The
cooler air on the backside of the storm will be
accompanied by scattered showers which will
be with us into tonight. Maximum tempera-
tures today 56 to 61 with minimums tonight
40 to 45.

transcendental meditation
as taucht by
"Provides deep rest
as a preparation for
dynamic activity"
7 Itrcitttory Lecture:
Wed., May 15-0:00 p.m.
6 Michigan Union Faculty
Club Lounge
for additional information .
call 761-S255
Work as a volunteer in a child care
center for Psychology or Education
credit. Sign up in room 2103 Michigan
Union. 763-3548.
p ~U

ton ight
6:00 2 4 7 11 53 News
9 Andy Grifith
20 Voyage to the Bottom of
the Sea
24 ABCrNews Smith/Reasoner
30 Your Future is Now
50 Star Trek
56 French Cheft
Cr:30 1 11CBs News-wailter
4 13 NBC News-Smith/
9 iDream of Jeannie
24 Dick Van Dyke
30 Speaking Freely
fc {
VG "C A *

56 Love Tennis
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 News
7 To Teil the Truth
9 BeverlyMilibilies
I1 To Teil the Truth
13 what's My Line?
20 woods and Wheels
24 Bowling for Dollars
50 Mission: Impossible
56 Alvin Alley: Memories and
7:30 2 what's My Line?
424 sale of the Century
7 Ozzie's Girls
9 Bewitched
11 Treasure Hunt
13 Truth or Consequences
20 Denny MLao-Variety
30 French Chef
8:00 2 11 Sonny and Cher
4 13 Chase
7 24 The Cowboys
9 tan Tyson
30 Potpourri
50 Hogan's Heroes
56 Common Ground
8:307 24 Movie
'1Skyway to Death" 1974
9 Target the Impossible-
20 Judd for the Defense
30 Ohio This Week
50 Merv Griffin
56 Theater in America
9:00 2 11 Cannon
4 13 No Place Like Home
9 News-David Compton
30 Toledo City Council

9:30 5 Document
20 Seven Hundred Club
10:00 2 11 Rojak
7724 Doe Elliot
9 NFB Presents
50 Perry Maion
10:30 56 It's Your Turn
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robertson
50 Night Gallery
56 It's Your Turn
11:30 2 Movie
"Drum Beat" 194
Alan Ladd
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Phyllis Diller's 102nd
Birthday Party
9 News
11 Movie
"Change of Mind" 1969
20 Jimmie Swagger-Religion
50 Movie
"Across the Pacific" 1942
Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor,
Sydney Greenstreet
12:00 9 Movie
'Oh, Men! Oh, women!" 1957
David Niven, Ginger Rogers
1:064 Tomorrow-Discussion
7 13 News
1:30 2 Movie
"Change of Mind."
11 News
2:00 4 Classroom
2:30 4 News
3:30 2 News
4:00 2 News


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