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Wednesday, July 21, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Wednesday, July 21, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Budget cut hurts child care programs

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By LANI JORDAN fall, but after that we'll be in Center. Some language work
the same situation-no money." will also be provided.
Due to a recent University According to Pearl Axelrod,
budget cut, many local child SHE ADDED, "This (alter- acting chairman of the interim
care centers will find them- native funding) doesn't erase board of Pound House, two ses-
selves short of. valuable volun- the University's responsibility sions will be provided each day;
teer workers this fall as a pro- to students and the commun- one from 7:45 until 1:45 and
gram which offers credit to stu- ity." a longer session starting at 7:45
dents in exchange for their ser- While Project Community pro- and running until 3:15.
vices, is forced to close. gram has been cut, another- "If parents need more serv-
The Childcare Development a multi-cultural day care cen- ices the center will help to ar-
Training and Placement Pro- ter-sponsored by the early range them," said Axelrod.
gram which offers credit to stu- childhood education division of Pound House is currently taking
dents in exchange for their the School of Education and the applications for its first term.
voluntary services is being forc- International Center, will he-
ed to close. gin operation in September. This POLICIES OF operation for
SPONSORED by Project Com- center, located at Madelyn the center are decided by a
munity, the program provides Pound House on Hill St. at East board of parents and University
an opportunity for students to University, has been in the faculty. Plans are to operate
work with children in hospitals, works for more than three the self - supporting center on
daycare centers and with disab- years. Long desired by many a sliding fee basis.
led youngsters. members of the University Pound House will utilize both
"Student volunteers, with community, it has only recently paid staff and interns in its op-
their energy and enthusiasm become a reality. eration. "We can use some of
are a way that centers can The goal of the Pound House the volunteers for (the now de-
make a go of it," said Barbara center is to provide a balance funct) Project Community child-
Nutter, student services assist- of free play and planned activ- care program," said women's
ant for Project Community. "I itv (with a focus on learning program coordinator, Gale Res-
feel that the centers receiving about various cultures) to the nik. "But it is not a replacable
student hours deserve better children of University stu- project."
(than having volunteer help cut dents, staff, and faculty. "Childcare is difficult enough
abruptly)." in Ann Arbor, especially for
Nutter is currently trying to A LARGE PART of the cen- students," Resnik continued.
develop alternative funding for ter's 26 child capacity is an- "I'd like to see a stable and en-
the program but has nothing de- ticipated to be children of for- riching center (at Pound House)
finite at this point. "We may eign students, d'ie partly to the used to best benefit the Univer-
be funded for one year in the sponsorship of the International sity community."
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dy appointed Richard Held, a
35-year FBI veteran, as asso-
ciate director, the second-high-
est position in the bureau.
IIeld replaced Nicholas Cal-
laghan, who was fired by Kel-
ley last Friday in the course of
anl ongoing Justice Department
invuestigtion of financial impro-
prieties and other misdeeds in-
solving present and former bu-
reau officials.
IIELD, 66, HAS been the spe-
cial agent in charge of the
Chicago FBI office for the past
three years.
Since joining the FBI in
1941, Held has served only one
stint at the Washington head-
quarters. He worked as a mid-
dte - level headquarters super-
visor for eight years ending in
1955.
By choosing Held for his sec-
ond - in - command Kelley de-
parted from the bureau tradi-
tion of selecting the highest-
ranking officials from among
those with long years of service
at headquarters.
KELLEY SAID Held "has
served the FBI with great dis-
tinction."
He noted that Held last year
received the attorney general's
distinguished service award for
outstanding performance of du-
ties over a period of several
years.
"During his career," Kelley
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pated in and directed numerous Department is investigating pos-
important and significant inves- sible misuse of funds collected
tigatiyns." le did not elab- by the FBI recreational asso-
orate. ci tion. The money was sup-
posed to benefit FBI employes.
A CHICAGO native, Ileld The Times said Callaghan
irekl as, a special agent in controlled the fund for a time
11"1 offices in Memphis, Cleve- (uring the directorship of the
lund and Butte, Mont., until his late J. Edgar Hoover.
isignmen51 to headquarters in
197. The department is investigat-
ing whether some of the money
lKelly said nothing more was used for Hoover's personal
about ('all,ghan or the allega- benefit, the newspaper report-
tIons which prompted his dis- ed. Department and FBI offic-
ms 1 tafer 41 yeasv ials would not confirm or deny
The New York Times report- the report.
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