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Poge Two

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, June 25, 1975

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, June 25, 1975

In the news
International foreclosur
chased by
NEW DELHI, India - Prime Minister measure a
Indira Gandhi, embroiled in a legal and face forec
political battle to keep her job, won
approval from the Supreme Court yester- ATLANT
day to remain as head of the government Henrly K
while appealing her conviction for cor- PresidentI
rupt electoral practices. But in a ruling icy a part
that spurred demands from non-Com- campaign.
munist opposition parties for Gandhi to tional sect
resign, a justice barred the prime min- yond part
ister from voting in Parliament during at a news
the appeal. Insteal, Gandhi may only - in fact,
participate in parliamentary debate as his office
head of the government during the ap- country a
peal, which is expected to last t w o will not d
months. Gandhi was convicted June 12 candidate
on two counts of illegally using govern- Kissinger'
ment officials in her campaign. The par- a brief tr
liamentary voting restriction, incident- major for
ally, is only academic at present since U.S. allies
the federal legislature is on vacation until ments as
mid-July. his admon
tion towar
National WASHIN
WASHINGTON - President Ford an- in threec
nounced yesterday his veto of a $1.2 record con
billion housing bill but coupled it with an charges st
announcement that he wants an extra in the rec
$9.75 billion made available for govern- partmenta
ment purchase of home mortgages. "This turned in
action will immediately make more and LosI
money available for government pur- year inve
chase of home mortgags," Ford told scandalsi
reporters. The President also called on separatec
Congress to "move as rapidly as pos- CBS (Cola
sible" to enact a mortgage payment re- a federal
lief loan program designed to ward off for allege

today...
es against properties being pur- more tha
recession victims. The vetoed 1972.
lso aimed at helping those who That i
losure. with faili
r goods an
TA, Ga. - Secretary of State Inc., val
issinger said yesterday that dictment:
Ford will not make foreign pol- the sale
tisan issue in his 1976 election stores ai
"I know he considers the na- program
urity of the United States be- play thou
isan politics," Kissinger said count PI
conference. "I am convinced that sev4
I know - that he will conduct spired tc
for the best interests of the order to
nd that in our relationship we $25,00 . .
discuss what helps him as a tors, pro
but what helps the nation." station e
s remarks came at the end of
ip here in which he made a
eign policy address warning Hap
s not to use treaty arrange- Madelo
"means of pressure," directing tea to ra
ition "as a general observa- center t
ds all of our allies." at Sally
" Bring y
GTON - Federal grand juries cause . .
cities yesterday indicted six ter may
mpanies and 16 individuals on next moi
temming from alleged payola and cloth
ord industry, the Justice De- for deta
announced. The indictments, re-
Newark, N.J., Philadelphia
Angeles, resulted from a two- Today':
stigation of alleged payola mind
in the record business. In a temperat
case, the former president of to midds
mbia) records was indicted by Watch o
grand jury in New York City as there'
dly evading income taxes of globules

an $45,000 during 1970, 1971 and
indictment charged Clive Davis
ing to report on his tax returns
d services received from CBS,
bed at $90,000. The payola in-
s described a scheme involving
of records for cash to retail
nd then using the cash to pay
directors and disc jockeys to
se records on the air. The 86-
hiladelphia indictment alleged
en record industry figures con-
travel across the country "in
meet with, and pay in excess of
. the disc jockeys, music direc-
gram directors and other radio
employes."
g -'
penings . .
n Pound House has organized a
ise money for their child care
omorrow from 2 p.m. until 4
Fleming's house on South U.
our donations for this worthy
. The Neighborhood Action Cen-
be visiting your place sometime
nth during their canned goods
ing drive. Call them at 769-3771
As on how you can help.
ether
s weather just may keep your
off impending finals. H i g h
ures wil center around the low
e 80's under partly cloudy skies.
ut for scattered thunderstorms,
s a 30 per cent chance of those
of wetness droping from above.

TV
tonght
6:0 2 4 7 15 53 News
9 Bewitched-Comedy
24 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
30 57 Electric Company
50 Untouchables BW
56 Energy, Technology and
Society
6:30 4 13 NBC News-John
Chancellor
7 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
9 Dream of Jeannte-
Comedy
11 CBStNews-Walter
Cronkte
24 Partridge Family--
Comedy
30 Zoom-Children
56 Book Beat
57 village Alegre-Children
7:00 1 CBS News-Walter
Cronkite
4 7 News
9 Beverly Hillbillies BW
F1 Faly Affair-Comedy
13 What's Ms ine? -
20 To Tell the Truth
24 Mod Squad-Crime
30 Ohio Outlook
50 Hogan's Heoes-COedy
56 Woman-Disussion
7 The "tomagnolis' Table
-Cooking
4 Curtain Go'nr Up
7 1 Name That Tune
9Room 211
20 voyage to the Bottom of
the Sea-Adventure Bw
30 ook eat
50 Hogan's Heroes-Comedy
56 Phone the Pharmacists
57 Lilias Yoga and You
-Instucton
5:00 2 Ton Orlanda and Dawn
-Vriety
4 11HBacksage in Hollywood
7 24 That's My Mama-
Comedy
9Fcse My French
13 Little House on the
Prairie-Drama
30 56 57 Feeling Good
50 Merv Griffin
8:30 4 11 Baseball
7 24 Movie-Comedy
"Only with Macied Me"
1974
9 News
20"a"i"lio"n",-"d"e"cre
30 57 T1hey Don,'t Lugh at
Hooken Anymore-Report
56 Romantic Rebellion-
Documentary
9:00 2 Cannon
9 Something to Sing About
-variety
13 Lucas Tanner-Drama
30 5657 The Good Times
Are Killing Me-Documentar
9:30 20 700 Club
50 Dinah!
10:00 2 Dan August-Crime Drama
7 24 Baretta-Crime Drama
9 A Little Bit of Oom-pah
-Music
13 Petrocelli-Drama
30 57 Thin Edge-Report
56 Interface-Report
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robert-
son
20 Chaisma
30 Janki-Exerelse
" Deale's Choice-Game
56 It's Your Tomn
57 Ohio This week
11:20 9 News
11:30 2 11 Movie-Drama
"To The Shores of Hell"
1965)
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Wide World Special
50 Movie-Biography BW
"Young Mr. Lincoln" (1939)
56 57 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
12:00 9 Movie-Drama
"Plains of Battle."
(Italian; 1970)
1:00 4 Tomorrow-Tom Snyder
7 13 News
1:10 2 Move-Drama BW
"Slightly Honorable" (1940)

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wednesday, June 74
Day Calendar
Half Term Classes End.
WUOM: Nat'l Town Meeting -
Live coverage, panel discumion,
"How Do the Freshmen Congress-
men Look Six Months Later?" with
Timothy Worth (D-CO); Milicent
Fenwie k(R-NJ); Martha Keys (D-
KS); Lary Pressler )R-SD); & mod-
eratsr, Martin Nolan, Boston Giobe,
10:30na.
Int'l Ct.: Capt. John Houst, US

Army, "Military Tactics in the 3rd
word: Revolutions in Terms,"
Int'l Gtr., 3-5 pm.
women for Cultural Gtr.: Meet-
ing, Conf. Rm., 3rd far., Union, 8
pm.
General Notices
ATT. Ali students receiving v. A.
Educational Benefits: If you wish
to. receive Advance Payment for
Fall Term 1975, you must complete
request form in veterans Certifica-
tion Ofc., 1514 LSA, by 4 pm, July
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Wednesday, June 25, 1975
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