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Page 10-Wednesday, May 3, 1978--The Michigan Daily
While you were away .. .
R $10, and the fine for parking in a space IF THE REGENTS had accepted the provide there
R e g e n ts , reserved for handicapped persons from MSA proposal the student represen- a substantial
$5 to $25 - the maximum fine allowed tative would have been accorded, "the vice," Murray
(Continuedfrom Page6) the University by state statute. same rights and privileges which are To make)
The structure, to be located next to An automobile must display either a currently granted to executive officers meager incre
the Bentley Historical Library, will University handicapped parking per- of the University, such as attendance at repairs, Murr
provide 40,000 square feet in gross mit, obtained from the Parking meetings, ability to participate in eliminate its
space for Ford's papers and other Operations office, or a state of deliberations and access to infor- halt street s
memorabilia. Michigan permit, or special license mation." August.
The former President's papers, about plates in order to be exempt from the The University Hospital budget for "We will as
14,000,000 pages, consists of the entire new find. the coming fiscal year will be leave"s instea
White House central file, office files of ALTHOUGH A handicapped person $107,138,000 - 11.3 per cent or $10.8 streets," he s,
his principal assistants, and the files of may park in a limited-purpose parking million more than the current budget.
the domestic Council and the National area, no one is permitted to park in fire Revenue increases in the new THE MA
Security Council. lanes and everyone must obey- Univer- hospital budget approved by the Regen- however,v
sity signs prohibiting parking, accor- ts will be absorbed by increased daily eliminationc
ALSO DURING last week's meeting, ding to the amended ordinance. patient service including bed charges eight actual
the eight Regents decided that motor The Regents rejected a proposal by which will rise on July 1, when the new positions are
vehicles parked in fire lanes or in Michigan Student Association (MSA) budget goes into effect. people who
spaces reserved for the handicapped on which called for a student represen- The Regents also approved several sferring.
the University campus will be liable for tative on the board of Regents. remodeling projects for the University Under Mur
a $25 fine in an amended version of their The motion, introduced by Regent Hospital including improvements to the tments - Per
parking ordinance. Gerald Dunn, would have provided for ventilating system and the hospital's - would be
The altered parking ordinance raises a non-voting student representative on seventh floor which provides surgical and wouldr
the fine for narking in a fire lane from the Board. care for patients. monev than

esources needed to budget
ly improved level of ser-
y added.
room for his relatively
ases in spending for street
ay suggested that the city
leaf pigkup service and
weeping during July and
Ak the people to bag their
d of sweeping it into the
aid.
JOR spending cuts,
will come from the
of 17 positions requiring
lay-offs. The other nine
either vacant or held by
will be retiring or tran-
ray's proposal, two depar-
rsonnel and Human Rights
combined under one roof
receive 35 per cent less
they did this year Four

MANAGEMENT
TAKE A LONG LOOK
AT JACK IN THE BOX...
You Could Be Looking At Your
FUTURE!
The fast food industry is experiencing unprecedented growth. Every-
where. And JACK IN THE BOX Family Restaurants is right there,
growing and expanding and setting the pace for others. You may
not realize it, but we have over 900 operating stores throughout the
U.S., having tripled our size in the last 10 years alone.
Right now, we're looking for capable, dedicated individuals to help
us continue our tradition of quality service and solid growth. Your
college curriculum in Liberal Arts, Management, or Food Service
may qualify you. Training and career development leading to
ASSISTANT MANAGER, MANAGER and beyond is provided and
advancement depends entirely on your ability.
Our compensation program includes salary, competitive insurance
benefits, incentives and bonus potential. If you're ready to start your
management career...Contact:
PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT
313-285-7350
I I
15331 Goddard Road/Southgate, Mich. 48195
Operated by FOODMAKER, Inc.© 1978,a subsidiary of
Ralston Purina Company
An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F

In other remodeling projects ap-
proved by the Regents, Room 1025,
Angell Hall, will be remodeled and fur-
nished for use by the English Com-
position Board and related staff, the
economizer for a boiler in the Central
Power plant will be replaced for almost
a quarter million dollars for energy
conservation reasons, and the Randall
Lab Physics Shop will be expanded at a
cost of $150,000.
Couneil
Continuedfrom Page 6)
"IDEALLY, I would like to spend $1.8
to $2.3 million," Belcher said. "I don't
know whether we can do it without
detracting from other city services
though."
Belcher says the bulk of the money
would cnme from the eeneral fund. He
said that his administration is trying to
install zero-based budgeting, in other
words each item on the budget from
scratch.
In a message attached to his budget
proposals, Murray said: "Our financial
position is still not good. Massive
changes were not made to reprogram
the hundreds of thousands of dollars
needed for streets.
"CITY REVENUES still do not

other departments (Administrator,
Treasurer, Planning, and Controller)
will face reduced funding.
Murray said the budget is balanced
"solely because I reduced spending
requests."
THE BUDGET calls for no increases
in property taxes, though it does call for
a seven per cent increase in sewage
rates. The increases would pay for the
expansion now underway at the sewage
treatment plant.
City Council voiced unanimous sup-
port for the higher rates Monday night.
They will formally vote on the rate hike
May 15.
. Not included in the proposals is
roughly $5 million which the city
receives from the federal government,
$3 million of which goes for em-
ployment programs.
The other $2 million is part of a con-
troversial community development
program. Ann Arbor's community
development funds were allocated in
March, but City Council may decide to
review them next month, according to
Murray.
Housing
(Continuedfrom PageS)
likely cause. "There may have been
some infected employee or student who
coughed or sneezed around the food,
and that way the virus may have been
transmitted to all the food," said
Kowalczk.
An emergency treatment area was
set up in the first floor cafeteria, where
University Health Service and Hospital
physicians administered to students.
Four residents were hospitalized in the
University Health Service, but no one
had to be taken to University Hospital.
Then, at approximately 2:40 am. on
the morning of Friday, April 28, a fire
broke out on the fifth floor of the Gom-
berg House in South Quad. According to
University Fire Marshal Russell
Downing, it originated in an incinerator
room. The possibility of arson has not
been dismissed.
"It's one of those things we can't get
excited about," said Downing. "If you
know anything about these dorms you
know they have a tremendous amount
of garbage around, especially around
this time of year."
The fire did around $5,000 worth of
damage. Earlier that evening, a
smaller blaze occurred ii bne of the
freight elevators.

"WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?"
Psalms 2:1 and Acts 4:25

"THE FUNDAMENTALS OF VICE ARE SENSUALITY,
PRIDE AND AMBITION, AND AVARICE." Sensuality is "the
doctrine that gratification of the senses is the highest good,
Indulgence of bodily appetites, carnal gratification." Are we
not in this great and blessed country now building on these
foundations, and have rejected "The Firm Foundation laid
for The Saints of The Lord in His Excellent Word?" If so, we
had better look out for the "lightning to strike!"
"THE DREAD FOES OF MAN ARE NOT BELIGERENT
CIRCUMSTANCES, BUT THE RIOTOUS PASSIONS -
THE LEOPARD OF INCONTINENCE, THE LION OF
VIOLENCE, AND THE WOLF OF AVARICE - AFTER FOOD
SHE IS HUNGRIER THAN BEFORE!"
THE LEOPARD OF INCONTINENCE: The dictionary says
Incontinence means "Lack of restraint, especially undue in-
dulgence of sexual passions; licentiousness, etc." How
many great nations and empires of history have for this
cause rottedfrom within, fallen in decay, perished! Is that not
largely true of our great land today! "CHASTITY IS DRIVEN
AWAY AS AN ENEMY BY ALL MEN, LIKE A SNAKE!"
THE LION OF VIOLENCE: Riot, rebellion, rape, murder
and violence of all sorts and description stalk the globe in our
days! Some of the most miserable and hypocritical Violence
P. O. 6X, 40, b

of the present and recent times has dressed itself up in the
garb of "Non-Violence," and even taken the Name of God in
vain and calls itself "Christian!" And many, if not the ma-
jority,of the great men of our government, our educational
and ecclesiastical institutions, are lending their support and
power and influence. "That which Is highly esteemed among
men is abomination in the sight of God," so said Jesus
Christ, God, just before telling of the dead rich man's trip to
hell and his reception.there! We "do err, not knowing The
Scriptures, nor the power of God!" Do we even know the
ABC's of Christianity? Here they are, consider them:
"A" - ABANDON SELF, "B" - BEAR THE CROSS. "C" -
COME AFTER ME-JESUS CHRIST, GOD! (We will speak of
the "ABC's next week).
In view of the fact that our land our cities, and our lives are
filled with sin, rebellion, and rage against The Almighty, and
in view of the fact that the nuclear bombs hang heavy, heavy,
heavy over our heads, would it hot be wise to take up and
learn or brush up on the ABC's of Christianity?
"Let us head the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God
and keep Hls'C tm ndheiti; 1ot-Oiis is the whole duty of
man. For God shall bring every work into judgement, with
every secret thing, whether It be good, or whether it be evil."
Eccles.12:13, 14.
etATUR, GA. '30031 -

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