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Page Two
Milliken to,
sign bill
cleanng up
PBB traces
LANSING (UPI) - Legisla-
tion designed to remov'e the
lingering tra:es of P111 from
Michigan dairy animals and
products affected by a contami-
nation incident nearly four
years ago was sent yesterday
to Go. William Milliken.
Milliken aides said he will
sign the measure.
Its prime sponsor, Sen. John
Ilertel (D-1Harper Woods), said
he hopes it will effectively end
the fears of Michigan residents
and over the safety of Michi-
gan's farm products.
ACCOMPLISHING that goal
could cost up to $40 million and
likely will lead to the destruc-
tion of addi'ional thotusands of
dairy animats.
hlowever, hackers of the meas-
tre said it is the least disrup-
tive to agrictulture of the vari-
ous Solutioins to the PBB prob-
lems paut before the legislature
this year.
The measure will require test-
ing of all dairy cows born be-
fore Jan. 1 of 1976 culled from
their herds by owners for meat
production. Those found to con-
tain more than .02 parts per
million of PBB - considered
the lowest measurable level -
will be destroyed by the state
and their owners reimbursed
the slaughter price.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, July 9, 1977

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Gerald and Carol Schubring survey the damage done to their home in Prospect Heights, northwest of Chicago. While the
Schubrings were vacationing on a camping trip last weekend, vandals broke into their home and almost completely destroyed
the interior.

GET COOL AND $90,000ransacked
STAY COOL.
PROSPECT HEIGHTS, Ill. I') Schubring's stunned wife Carol she said. anyone harbored a grudge
- Gerald Schubring and his sized it up: "Steaks, roasts, a gallon of against the Schubrings.
family, back from a camping "THEY CAME to destroy, and sourdough starter and other fond The community is a quiet sub-
AT THE trip, pushed open their front boy, they did a beautiful job. was thrown'all over the place. orb of 15,000, which has seen
door in this comfortable suburb Two tape recorders and a clock some minor vandalism lately -
Union and felt horror; vandals had radio are the only things miss- "TWO GLASS chandeliers broken windows, paint smeared
kicked through eight walls, ing. were smashed as if they were on walls, the kind of thing many
Open Mon.-Sat. slashed furniture, strewn food "There was total destruction swinging on them. They poured communities experience. But po-
8:30 om-5:1 5 pm about - and stolen almost noth- everywhere and all I could do liquid detergent on our bed and lice say they have rarely seen
ing. was scream, "Oh, My God'" poured oil inside and out of our anything like what happened to
1976 -auto parked in the garage. the Schubrings last weekend.
They put Kitty Litter on our
dining room table. "CONTENTS FROM the linen
"They took all our slides and -closet covered the living room
D IV ISIO N dumped them all over the place, lo s Carol
ripped up our projector screen, "They even broke the binding
knocked in the television picture on our family Bible. They de
RESIDENT STAFF APPLICATION FORMS ttbe and completely dismantled stroyed family heirlooms and
our eight-track tape player. mementoes.
FOR 1977-78 ACADEMIC YEAR "The hedge clippers were All of the children's meticu-
lodged in the ceiling of the fam- lously hand-built model air-
AVAILABLE STARTING JULY 12, 1977 ily room and a knife was stuck planes had been wrecked, said
IN MS. CHARLENE COADY'S OFFICE--1500 SAB in the wall. One hole in a walt Schubring. "Christopher, who is
upstairs was big enough to walk 14, was distraught about a sev-
POSITIONS INCLUDE: I Resident Director and 3 Resident Advisors 12 on female corridor through. en-foot glider he had spent a
Son coed corridor) Bursley Hull; i Resident Advisor in Boils Houses: 2 Resident Advisors "THEY COVERED the family year building."
Ion mole corridors) in West Quod; ond 1 Resident Director position in the Residential Collers room wall with eggs and Vase- The Schubring family has moy-
in fast Qund. line. They smashed mirror tiles ed out for now, and is putting
on the wall and punctured holes up in a motel. But he says he
Advisory positions require the completion of a minimum of 55 credit hours by the end of the in family portraits, including a is determined to rebuild.
1977 Winter term for the Resident Advisor positions: Graduate status for the Resident phOtOgraph of my 9-year-old "We've lived here for aix
Director positions. However, qualified underornduote applicants may be considered for the aughter who died three years rs, h sad We by kds
Resident Director positions. Gerald Schubring is a 39-year-
old computer analyst. His wife THE MICHIGAN DAILY
S QUALIFICATIONS: (1l ) Must be axegistered U. of M. student on the Ann Arbor Campus Carol is 36. They have four chil- volume LXXXVIX, No. 40-S
during the period of employment. (2) Must have completed a minimum of 55 credit hours dren and their home is a seven- Saturday, July 9, 1977
by the end of the 1977 Winter Term. (3) Preference will be given to applicants who have room dwelling in this quiet, af- at the Uni ersity y e bch gau. Nes
lived in residence halls at University level for ott least one year. (4) Undergraduate oppli- fluent suburb northwest of Chi- phone 7640562.S econd class postage
cants must have a 2.5 cumulative orade point overage and oraduate opplicants must be in cago paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109.
good academic standing at the end of the 1977 Winter term. (5) Preference is given to Police say the neighborhood's Published daily Tuesday through
applicants who do not intend to carry heavy academic schedules and who do not hove rigorous homes are worth an average of sulydyaemaratI42n Mayard toneet.n
outside commitments. (6) Applicants with children will not be considered. (7) Proof of $90,000 to $100,000. Arbor, Michigan 46109. Subscription
these quolifications may be required. rates: $12 Sept. thru April (2 semes-
"I DON'T KNOW who would ters); $13 by man outside Ann
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION:400 P.M., JULY 19, 1977 do this," said Gerald Schu- summer session published Tue-
bring. "It's clear that it was day through Saturday morning.
A Non-Discriminatory Affirmative Action Employer just malicious vandalism." Subscription rates: $6.50 in Ann
But police say more may be Arbor; $7.50 by mail outside Ann
-i.......- nvohred. They want to know if
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