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Tuesday, May 20, 1975

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, May 20, 1975

In the news today

WASHINGTON - President Ford has
decided to veto federal strip mining legis-
lation because it would reduce domestic
coal production and force the United
States to import more oil, White House
sources said yesterday. Congress was
expected to move to override Ford's veto
later this week. Ford "pocket vetoed" a
nearly identical strip mining bill last
December after Congress had adjourned
for the year, leaving it with no override
possibility. White House sources indi-
cated Ford's reasons for rejecting the
current legislation were almost the same
as last time: reduced U.S. coal produc-
tion - and the possibility of utility price
PHILADELPHIA - The leadership of
one of the strongest Democratic ma-
chines in the country is on the line in
today's primary election as Mayor Frank
Rizzo faces party-backed challenger
Louis Hill. Rizzio, a strong law 'n' order
man, was elected with party backing in
1971 but has been at odds with party
leaders over the last four years. Hill, a
state senator, is the stepson of the late
Richardson Dilworth, the former Demo-
cratic mayor who is credited with bring-
ing reform to the city 15 years ago. Riz-
zo's top political rival is Peter Camiel,
chairman of the Democratic City Com-
mittee. If Rizzo wins, observers s a y
Camiel may be through as party boss. If
Hill wins, however, Camiel's leadership
will be preserved and the city's Demo-

cratic machine will be oiled and ready
for the 1976 national elections, in which
Pennsylvania Gov. Milton Shapp says he
might be a presidential candidate. Both
mayoral candidates are predicting vic-
WASHINGTON - A new coalition re-
presenting possibly 23 million women is
planning a national fund-raising drive to
bolster the campaign for ratification of
the floundering Equal Rights Amend-
ment (ERA). A national telethon later
this year - focusing on the ERA and
other women's issues - is one proposal
being studied. "It will be a chance for
women to go professional in fund raising
in a big way," said Anne Zill, one of
the coalition's organizers. The new coali-
tion aims for ratification of the amend-
ment by 1976. It draws together such
groups as the National Education As-
sociation, the American Nurses Associa-
tion, the League of Women Voters, Com-
mon Cause, the Republican and Demo-
cratic national committees and the Na-
tional Organization for Women. Coalition
leaders say the groups have a combined
membership of 23 million.
LANSING - A political reform pack-
age now before the legislature would
make Michigan the first state to sharply
curtail the amount of money that could
be legally conributed o poltical candi-
dates. The bill, introduced in both houses
by legislative leaders yesterday, would

limit individual contributions to $1,700 in
the governor's race, $450 in the state
Senate and $250 in the House. But in
each race, groups such as labor unions
would be able to give 10 times the ceil-
ing for individual donations. "It is the
first package in the nation of any kind
to have these limits," said Susan Ren-
nels, chairman of Common Cause. The
bill also calls for partial public financ-
ing of gubernatorial races, full disclos-
ure of lobbyists' expenses and financial
disclosure by most public officials to
avoid conflicts of interest. Gov. William
Milliken said Michigan has "a good
chance" of enacting the bill by the end
of the year. He said it included "some
of the strongest practical safeguards
against campaign abuses and conflict
of interest in the nation."
. . . are in heir usual summer format
_ short - today. Robin Morgan of the
Feminist federal credit union offers a
poetry reading at 8:00 in the MLB and
signs books from 4 to 5 at the Women's
Outdoors today should be almost as
enjoyable as it was yesterday. The skies
will be partly cloudy and the tempera-
tures warm, with highs in the middle to
upper 80's. The odds are 4 to 1 against

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20 t Takes a Thef
24 ABC News
30 57 Eletrie Company
50 Star Trek
56 Energy, Technology and
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9 a Dream of Jeannte
15 CBS News
24 Pratridge Family
30 57 Zoom
56 Faust Legend
7:00 2 CBS News
4 7 News
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13 What' Msy Line
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30 Washington Straight Talk
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4 Last of the Wild
7 Price Is Right
9 News
11 Hollywood squares
20 Voyage to the Bottom of
the sea-Adventure
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50 Hogan's Heroes
5t Ivanhoe
57 Assignment America
8:00 2 11 Good Times
4 17 Adam-2
7 24 Happy Days
9 To Be Announced
50 Dealer's Chole
56 The way It Was
57 Great Decisions
0:30 2 11 M*A*s*n
4 13 Movie
"Death Among Friends"
7 24 Movie
"A Cry in the Wilderness"
20 Daniel Boone
30 5 57 Nov
50 Mv Griffin
9:10 2 11 NBA Play-off
9:30 20 700 Club
30 Toledo City Council
56 Ralph Albert Blaelock:
American Artist
57 Woman
10:00 4 13 Police Story
7 24 Marcus Welby, M.D.
50 Dinah!
56 Soundstage
57 Interface
10:30 57 Book Beat
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9 CDC News
20 George and Diane
56 It's Your Trn
57 The Naturalists
11:20 9 News
11:30 2 11 Movie
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 wide World Special
30 Janaki
50 Movie
"Trouble Along the Way"
56 57 ABC News
12:00 9 Movie
"The Lineup"
1:00 4 Tomorrow
7 13 News
1:15 2 Name of the Game
11 News
2:00 4 News
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