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rSeptember 19, 1980-The Michigan Daily

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MAJOR EVENTS presents
at Crisler Arena
jn conceAr Ott 22 SPmn
in Ann~ Arb~or Ot2 8p
Tickets are $11.00 and $10.00 and
go on sale this Saturday, Sept.
20, at the Crisler Arena Box Of-
fice at 10 am, and CTC outlets.
For more information call 763-
2071.

Milliken
delays city
aid pl an
one year

LANSING (UPI)-Gov. William Milliken gave up
on his $40 million distressed cities program-at least
for this year-when legislative leaders told him
yesterday there were no votes for the plan.
Meanwhile, Michigan's budget crisis - deepened'
yesterday-just two weeks before the start of the new
fiscal year-as Republicans refused to sway from
their opposition to Milliken's budget balancing tax
plan.
Milliken met with legislators in an early morning
meeting to find ways to raise revenue. House and
Senate leaders told the governor that in light of the
state's fiscal crisis, he should drop the cities
program.
While Milliken told reporters he would "not even
think" about dropping the distressed cities program
entirely, state officials said later the governor agreed

to a one-year delay in its implementation.
State officials also unveiled a revised cost-cutting
plan yesterday that would pare from Michigan's
general assistance rolls only those who refuse jobs of-
fered by the state.
Milliken earlier had proposed cutting off benefits to
all single adults considered "employable"-about
68,000 persons.
The governor sought to soften the blow with a $90
million state-federal program to provide jobs for
some of those kicked off the welfare rolls.
The revised plan retains a jobs program-the
state's share of which is $50 million-but eliminates
welfare benefits only for those who refuse to par-
ticipate.
The net savings to the state was pegged at $31
million.

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Tonight

CINEMA GUILD
at LORCH HALL

Tonight

Senate decision will
help the unemployed

WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOLF?
The "Games People Play" in a literal sense, as only Edward Albee could write
it. It starts as two couples gathering after a party but becomes mental and
self destruction with knives in the back and front. Photography by Haskel
Wexler. With Richad Burton, Liz Taylor, George Segal, Sandy Dennis. 7:00 &
9:30.

LANSING (UPI)-The Senate rever-
sed itself yesterday and voted to hike
unemployment benefits as well as
make it harder for the voluntarily
jobless to get on the rolls.
Conservative Republicans denounced
the bill, saying it will weaken
Michigan's business climate by hiking
the costs for employers who support an
unemployment compensation system
which already is about $600 million in
debt because of the state's recession.
The Senate move came on a near par-
ty-line, 22-11 vote, approving and retur-
ning to the House a measure which
originally was designed merely to in-
crease the size of the Michigan Em-
ployment Security Commission appeal

board.
Republican-backed provisions on
voluntary quitters were tacked on in the
-Senate earlier this year.
The increase in benefits, avidly
sought by union lobbyists, was ap-
proved 24-10 yesterday after falling one
vote short the day before.
Under the bill, maximum benefits
would be set at 70 per cent of the
average weekly wage, while individual
benefits would be pegged at 80 per cent
of the recipients' after-tax earnings at
their previous job.
For a family of four, the new
maximum wold be $218-up from
$136-but only those who go onto the
rolls after the bill passes would qualify.

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Center

October 10 Power

All seats are $7.50 reserved and are on sale now at the
Michigan Union Box Office, 10 am, and CTC outlets.
UR'HF WIII[ERS'
TUFF GONG UPRISING
HI IOITORWMS
Tickets are $8.50, $7.50 and $6.50 and are on sale now at
the Michigan Union Box Office, and CTC outlets.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 19

SATURDAY, SEPT. 20

SUNDAY, SEPT. 21

7:15 1:30 3:30 7:15
PLAN NINE FROM THE TERROR OF BRIDE OF THE THE ATTACK OF THE
OUTER SPACE(1 959) TINY TOWN(1938) MONSTE R(953) KILLER TOMATOES(1978)
$3.50 $2.50 $2.50 $3.50
9:30 7:15 9:30 9:30
HIGH SCHOOL THE CREEPING I CHANGED MY SEX(1952) THEY SAVED
CONFIDENTIAL(1958) TERROR(1963) HITLER'S BRAIN.
$3.50 $3.50 $3.50 $3.50
MIDNIGHT MIDNIGHT INFORMATION:
THE INCREDIBLY STRANGE CREATURES WHOSOPPED LIVING IN ANN ARBOR
ROBOl MONSTER( 1953) AND BECAME CRAZY MIXED- UP ZOMBIES (1964) 96.90
$50 , $3.50- DAY OF SHOW-

JOIN THE
MICHIGAN JOURNAL
OF ECONOMICS
Staff Positions Are Available
There will be a MASS MEETING, MONDAY,
Sept. 22 at 4:00 in room 301 of the Economics
building.

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hill auditorium
Tickets are $9.50, $8.50 and $7.50 and are on sale TO-
DAY, Friday, Sept. 19, at the Michigan Union Box Office,
10 am, and CTC outlets.

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HILL AUDITORIUM
Tickets are $8.50, $7.50 and $6.50 and go on sale Wed-
nesday, Sept. 24, at the Michigan Union Box Office, 10
am, and CTC outlets.
Oct 30 Power Center
All seats are $8.50 reserved and go on sale Wednesday,
Oct. 1, at the Michigan Union Box Office, 10 am, and
CTC outlets.

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