THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, May 15, 1975
Pag Tw THE MICIsiiGAN DAILY Thursday, May 15,111111975
6:00 2 4 7 11 13dNews
20 It Takes a Thief
24 ABC News-Smith/
30 57 Electric Company
50 Star Trek On the planet
Deneva, Kirk. Spoek and
McCoy battle an epidemic of
parasitic creatures that drive
their victims insane with pain
56 Energy, Technology and
6:30 4 13 NBC News -- John
7 ABC News-Smith/
9S1 Dream of Jeannie
11 CBS News--Walter
24 Mod Souad-Crime Drama
30 57 Zoom-Children
56 Faust Legend
7:40 2 CBS News-Waiter Cronkite
4 7 News
9 Beverly Hillbillies
11 Family Affair
13 What's My Line?
20 To Teli the Troth
30 Ohio This Week
50 Hogan's Heroes
56 Assignment America
57 Dig t
7:30 2 13 Truth or Consequences
7 Let's Make a Deal
1 Wild Kingdom
20 Voyage to the Bottom of
24 Ohio Lottery Bvckeye 300
30 56 57 Consumer Survival
"0 Hogan's Heroes
If CBC provides coverage of
the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Ch.
S will pre-emot regular pro-
gramming tonight to telecast
a hockey game.
8:00 2 11 The Waltons
4 13 Sunshine-Comedy-
7 24 Barney Miller
9 To Be Announced
30 57 Bill Myers' Journal:
"Los Campesinos: The Farm-
ers of Mexico"
50 Dealer's Choice
56 Consumer Buy-Line
8:30 4 13 Bob Crane
7 24 Karen
20 Happy Though Married
50 Merv Brif fin
56 Detroit Black News
9:00 2 Movie
Humhrey Bogart, Ingrid
In the news today .. .
WASHINGTON - Former Commerce
Secretary Maurice Stans was fined $5,000
yesterday with no jail sentence for five
admitted violations of federal election
laws while serving as Richard Nixon's
1972 campaign manager. U.S. District
Judge John Lewis Smith said he found
"the end of justice would best be served
by a monetary penalty." Stans could have
been sentenced to a year in jail on each
of the counts. The District of Columbia
Bar Association has recommended that
former U.S. Attorney General Richard
Kleindienst, another Watergate figure,
be suspended from the practice of law.
The association's disciplinary board cited
his "direct and repeated misrepresenta-
tions" to a senate committee reviewing
his nomination in March, 1972.
WASHINGTON - The Senate voted
yesterday to set a $368 billion ceiling
on federal expenditures, and a $68.8 bil-
lion budget deficit for fiscal 1976. The
measure, designed only as a guideline
for Congress in making spending decis-
ions for the fiscal year beginning July
1, sets the spending and deficit targets
higher than President Ford said he
would accept. The resolution went to the
House later in the day, where it passed
by voice vote, 230-193.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - State officials
said yesterday they have uncovered
what may be the largest land fraud
swindle in U.S. history, involving thous-
ands of victims and up to $1 billion in
lost investments. State Controller Gerald
wis, responsible for enforcing Flor-
V. said the investigation
involves 56 land developments which
have allegedly defrauded between 30,000
and 80,000 people out of as much as
$1 billion through the sale of unsecured
LANSING - Senate Republican Lead-
er Robert Davis (R-Gaylord) said yes-
terday that children faced with a May
1 cut-off of state subsidized day care
will be able to continue attending the
centers. The program, intended for child-
ren with family problems, was sched-
uled to be axed as an economy move.
Davis said that Department of Social
Services (DSS) Director John Dempsey
rescinded his earlier decision due to a
"strong demonstration of citizen con-
cern over the loss of potential day care
services for these deserving children."
DETROIT - The Detroit AFL-CIO yes-
terday accused the Detroit Police Offi-
cers Association (DPOA) of "unprofes-
sional conduct" for its demonstration
outside the Federal Building last week
-to protest layoffs prior to a ruling on
the issue by a federal judge. "The labor
movement believes in collective bar-
gaining and due proces, not in trying to
coerce judges and the community," said
Tom Turner, President of the local AFL-
CIO. He also blasted Police Chief Phillip
Tannian for "not having adequately un-
iformed police at the demonstration to
keep things under control."
. .. are as sparse as the good news
today. Bus tickets to Boston for the
March Against Racism can be purchased
at 4001 Michigan Union from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m., through Friday. Call 763-4799
for further information.
Every cloud may have a silver lining,
but not today, with showers and possible
thundershowers on the agenda. The
high today will be in the upper 60's.
4 13 Mac Davis-Variety
7 24 Streets of San
11 GE Theater
30 57 In Performance at
56 Black Journal
10:00 4 13 Dean Martin
7 24 Harry 0
20 700 Club
30 57 Mystery of the Maya-
56 Masterpiece Theatre
10:30 11 Pilot Film
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robertson
56 It's Vour Then
57 Arab and Israelis
11:20 9 News
11:30 2 Movie
"The Children's Hour."
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Wide World Special
11 ee Ramsey
20 Happy Hunters-Religion
56 57 ABC News-Smith/
12:00 9 Midnight
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Thursday, May 15, 1975
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and hot water and detergent;
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