100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

July 15, 1975 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1975-07-15

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page Two

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, July 1-5, 1975

PaeToTEMCIA ALYTedy uy1,17

In the news-
I tBeaufort
Afern fi~nagood was
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos she stabbe
has offered a former aide $100,000 to re- she ran f
tract testimony before a House commit- Little kill
tee about tyranny and corruption in the escape.
Marcos government, columnist Jack An-
derson reported yesterday. The aide, WASHIN
Primitivo Mijares, a former press cen- tors inten
sor for Marcos, was offered $50,000 to re- solve cont
frain from testifying before Congress. and postal
The offer was withdrawn the day after off possibl
Mijares testified, and upped to $100,000 ery, direc
for a retraction of the testimony, An- and concil
derson said. The columnist said a spokes- issues" ne
man for Marcos in Manila denied that ate talks
any bribes were offered. Railway a
* ions repre
National workers.I
Nahonal21 deadline
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Last minute de-
fense challenges to the jury and prosecu- MILWA1
tors slowed the start yesterday of the port at ho
trial of Joan Little, accused of killing retary of
a white jailer who was allegedly trying to the Midwe
rape her. Little, a 2-year-old black wo- the Ford
man whose case has been championed by "It is imp
civil rights, women's rights, and prison we have a
reform groups, is charged with first-de- ing a sim
gree murder in the icepick slayinng of earlier thi
Clarence Alligood, 62, who worked at the trips, this

today...
County jail. She contends Alli- and Mnn
attempting to rape her, that conferenc
ed him in self-defense and that officials -
or her life. The state contends catching
led Alligood while trying to will thro
major let
* and will
IGTON - Federal labor media- room aft
sified efforts yesterday to re-
ract disputes involving railroad
i workers in an effort to head YONKE
e strikes next week. W. J. Us- multimill
tor of the Federal Mediation on, has d
iation service, said "very tough planned t
eed to be settled in the-separ- in any b
involving the Brotherhood of assistant
nd Airline Clerks and four un- Precision
esenting some 600,000 postal owns, qut
Both negotiations face a July "unaware
e. to the di
Mr. Nixo
UKEE - Intent on building sup-
me for his efforts abroad, Sec-
State Henry Kissinger toured Wea
st yesterday, campaigning for
Administration foreign policy. Sunny
portant for the public to know today, w
purpose," Kissinger said dur- nether re,
ilar trip into the "heartland" you can,
s year. Like Kissinger's other calls for
three-day visit to Milwaukee afternoon

eapolis includes speeches, news
es, and meetings with I o c a 1
- as well as an event with eye-
appeal. The secretary of state
w out the first baseball for the
ague All-Star game here tonight,
visit the winning team's locker
er the game.
ERS - Robert Abplanalp, the
Bonaire friend of Richard Nix-
enied that the former president
o move to the East or join him
usiness projects. Leo Murray,
director of public relations for
Valve Corp., which Abplanalp
oted Abplanalp as saying he was
e of any specific plans relating
isposal of San Clemente or of
>n moving east."
ther
and warm is the outlook for
ith highs extending into the
aches of the 80's. Enjoy it while
because the rest of the week
possible thunderstorms in the
hours.

AUGUST
GRADUATE?
The deadline for order-
ing caps & gowns has
been extended to July
16, 1975.
ORDER AT
THE UNIVERSITY
CELLAR
769-7940

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXV, No. 41-S
Tuesday, July 15, 1975
Is edited and managed by students
at the University of Michigan. News
phone 764-0562. Second class postage
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106.
Published da lly Tuesday through
Sunday morning during the Univer-.
sity year at 420 Maynard Street, Ann
Arbor. Michigan 48104. Subscription
rates: $10 by carrier (campus area);
$11 Iocal mail (Michigan and Ohio);
$12 non-local mail (other states and
foreign).
Summer session published Tues-
day through Saturday morning.
Subscription rates: $s.50 by carrier
(campus area); $6.00 local mall
(Michigan and Ohio); $6.50 non-
local mail (other states and foreign).

UM LAW SCHOOL & CENTER FOR
RUSSIAN & EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES
PRESENT
A SEMINAR ON:
Maritime & Space Law
by
GENNADY ZHUKOV
Professor of internotionol Relations
lnstt1,ta of State & Low. USSR Academy of Sciences
WEDNESDAY-JULY 16-3-5 P.M.
Regents Room-Admin. Bldg..

Pr
Co
the
tax
on
as
no
197
fro
bill
me
de
F
a*
the
ss
aai
tha
pri
str
wo

Meany lobbies for
lower income taxes
WASHINGTON (A - AFL-CIO impediment to tax justice." He
esident George Meany urged said it costs the Treasury $10
ngress yesterday to continue billion a year.
present temporary income Permitting capital gains to
deductions. pass without tax to heirs when
teany said that unless the the owner dies also shwild be
e-year tax reductions enacted ended, he said, provided aopro-
a quick stimulant to the eco- priate safeguards for small es-
my - are continued through tates and hardship situations are
'6, increased withholding enacted.
m payrolls next year will cut MEANY also told the House
rchasing power more than $9 Ways and Manns Committee that
lion "and any forward mo. s',StePtiO',S by Treasury Secre-
ntum the economy may have tarv Willim Simon - as vet
veloned world be halted." na-nerified - for en-o"rnaine
BUSYNESS investment is weak -anital frmnctinn throrgh the
d declining, he said, "because tax system are "the nil. dis-
economv is weak." rarlite'. reltl'a-r1w, ct n 'rine
geany attacked the present of eht'1sA -and 1920s."
tem under which capital Htwaver. he went alne with
ins are taxed at a lower rate advninistratin tnrenosals. 'wchich
in ordinary income as "the l"7s'"r ranresentives had a
me culprit in rigging the tax han' i" frOrmnlatinse. for snenial
'lcture against income'-from measres to hel nitilities meet
rk . . . the biggest single antiinatel needs to raise mon-
- ev for generatine facilities that
ndnn t l d

TVl
6:30 4 13 NBC News--John
- Chanellor
7 ABC News-smIth
Reasoner
9IDream of Jeanne-
Comedy
24 Partridge Fmily- ,
Comedy
0 The Toledo E6
7:00 2 CBS News-Walte
Cronkite
4 7 News
9 Beverly Hillbillies BW
11 Famly Affair-Comedy
13 what's My Line?
2$ To Tell te Truth
24 Mod Squad-Crime
Drama
30 56 Jean Shepherd's Amer-
lea
50 Hogan's Heroes-Comedy
57 Electric Company
7:30 2 13 Truth or Consequences
4 Last o the Wild
7 Price is Right
9 Room 22
11 Hollywood Squares
20 Vovae to the Bottom of
the Sea-Adventure Bw
30 Star Trek: The Show
That Woldt Die
50 Hogan's Heroes-Comedy
56 Evening Edition with
Marin Aeosky
57 Hook Seat
800 2 11 Good Times-Comedy
4 13 Joe Gaaeola
7 24 Happy Days-Comedy
9 Swiss Family Robinson
30 6 57 The Way It Way-
Sports
50 Merv Griffin
Robert Morse, Sandy Dnean,
Steve All-n and Washington
Post executive
8:15 4 13 Haeball All-Star Game
:30 2 11 MASH
7 24 Movie-Drama
Susan Hayward stars in "Say
Goodbye. Maggie Cole," a 1972
9 Adventures in Rainbow
Country
2 Danel oon-Adventure
30 NOVA-Science
"The Rise and Fall of DDT"
56 57 Consumer Survival Kit
-Reort
9:0 2 11 Hawaii Five-O
9 News
56 57 NOVA-elence
g:-so4 Reaebro~mbers-Adventuree
20 700 Club
30 rinan Ci Coenil
50 Dnah
la-co a: I+ana'- Jnna
7 -a4 Wa'-"s 5Fe",DS
4 a- fll^)1 nna0r
are tke shrbuled gluesen. 90
-mmn.)-
30 Janobi-Esleciue
si Mias-Drama HW
Heon e
Caloned or th hearg
Magic FIre." f156)
l:la pm.
A-v tr.: FIlms on evoluten,
And. 7, MLB, 7 pm.
Michigan Rep '75: The Rivals,
Mendelssohn, a pm.

'a r 7q z f" z 177

-.,w 4m y '' yyy :g 4ee $ a$$ $
CENTICORE BOOKSHOPS
0 Goes All Out Offering Multitudinous Bargains at Street Fair Time to 4
These are just a few of the thousands and thousands of titles we will have
on sale at both our stores, July 16-July 19. EVERY SALE BOOK MARKED
DOWN500% TO 85%
REG. NOW Q
Atlantic Brief Lives 15.00 3.98.
. A Woman Named Solitude 5.95 1.00
The Lore of the Train 19.95 6.98
Chinese Painting 27.50 15.95
Complete Works of Marcel Duchamps 55.00 24.95 4
Pageant of Pattern Needlepoint Canvas 29.95 12.98 4
Edward Hopper 50.00 24.95 4
For street foir only we are also featuring the world famed model of the
ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM li SEDANCA COUPE, 1932
Come See a Fully Constructed Model at Our Maynard St. Store
REDUCED FOR STREET FAIR FROM $200.00 to $169.95
Never before sold of this low price
CENTICORE BOOKSHOPS
336 MAYNARD 1229 SOUTH UNIVERSITY "

ao nor use petroieum proauers.
Daily Official Bulletin
Tuesday,,ulyas
nay Calendar
D tOM: Dr.. Le o Rangell, 5U.
Calif., . "Psychoanalytic Contribu-
tions to Theories of Sexuality," 10
MHRt: Merrill Flood, "Computer
Conferencing DELPHI and Group
Decisloning," 2055 MHRI, 10:30-
noon.
CEW : Broom bag lunch, noon-

FREE CONCERTS
at the PEOPLE'S PLAZA
NEAR THE UNION (bv the Cube)
7:30 p.m.
-JULY-
Fri., July 15th: Agino Children-Folk
Tues., July 22nd: Pete Miller & Hiohlife-Country
Fri., July 25thi Meshq the Clown-Clowninq
Tues., July 29th: Jay & John-Original Country
AUGUST-
Fri., Auq. 1st: Jededioh-Rock
Tues., Auo. 5th: Congo, Phil, Paul & Friends-Jazz
Fri.. Auq. 8th. Protuberanc-Music
Tues., Auq. 12th: "Pat Hudsn--Blues, etc.-
Fri., Auq. 15th: Gemini-Folk.& Ballad
Tues., Auq. 19th: to be announced

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan