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The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 26, 1986- Page 5
EECS bldg. dedicated today

(Continued from Page 1)
activities. Gov. James Blanchard
is scheduled to attend.
THE EECS building is two
four-story structures joined by a
central atrium. Architect Victor
Cardona intended the atrium to
convey an "inviting hometown
scene," with plants and benches
on a brick tile floor and walls
resembling building fronts.
"It's really neat but it's a little
too much like Main Street,

U.S.A.," commented civil
engineering senior Alan Flatt.
Flatt said the new building
makes it easier for him to get
from the bus stop at the commons
to his lab in the G.G. Brown
building.
"Before I had to take another
bus or walk all the way around,"
Flatt said.
ONE OF the four-story
structures houses laboratories
while the other contains

classrooms. Cardona said the
division will enable the
laboratories to be renovated
without disrupting classes.

space in EECS.
The building is "al ady
overcrowded," according to
Gulari. He expects to add onto the
walkway connecting EECS with
G.G.Brown -to increase the
available lab space.

Nine
already

major laboratories
occupy most of the lab

British back
US plea to
free Daniloff
UNITED NATIONS (AP)--
Britain supported the United
States yesterday by appealing to
the Soviet Union to free American
reporter Nicholas Daniloff in
order to ease East-West tensions
and remove an obstacle to a
superpower summit.
The British foreign secretary,
?Sir Geoffrey Howe, told a news
conference that the Aug. 30 arrest
of Daniloff in Moscow on
espionage charges was "un-
acceptable Soviet behavior."
Howe said West European
embassies in Moscow had
appealed to the Soviet government
on behalf of Daniloff, a
correspondent for U.S. News &
World Report.

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DETROIT (AP)-Republican
gubernatorial nominee William
Lucas accused Democratic Gov.
James Blanchard of taking crime
casually, but Blanchard said his
challenger's record as Wayne
County sheriff was weak.
Lucas issued his accusation
yesterday, when he detailed his
crime package.
"WE HAVE had four years of
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c Blanchard administration," the
.former FBI agent and sheriff told
news conferences in Detroit,
Saginaw, and Kalamazoo. "In
fact, I contend he has been
irresponsible in his off-handed
attitiude on crime."
"I haven't heard anything he's
said that we aren't already
doing," the governor responded in
,.. ansing. "My sense is in.
looking at his record ... that
there's no comparison."
Blanchard said his rti-crime
steps include ending early release
of inmates from crowded prisons,

increasing support for the state
police, starting drug education
programs, and setting up a task
force on drug abuse.
LUCAS promised to repeal the
early release law and accused
Blanchard of posturing on the
issue.
"For over a year that repeal,
which has passed the Senate, has
been sitting in the state House,
which his party controls," the
Republican nominee said.
Blanchard, who stopped using
the early release law in December
1984, countered that Wayne
County should not have to use state
police to patrol Detroit-area
freeways.
"IF MR. LUCAS as sheriff had
had a solid sheriffs operation, the
state police would never have had
to have been sent there," he told
reporters in Lansing.
Lucas' crime package, some of
which he has announced pre -
viously, included:
-"Truth in sentencing"

legislation to require people
convicted of the same crimes be
given the same sentences.
-A tax credit for businesses
hiring teen-agers.
-Statewide task forces on
organized crime, public cor-
ruption, narcotics offenses,
homicide, rape, kidnapping, and
child disappearances.
-Computers to scan finger-
prints of criminals to speed up
identification and tracking of
suspects.
-Legislation to require
keeping witness and victim
information confidential except
as needed for trial purposes.
-Mandatory penalties for
interfering with crime witnesses
and victims.
-Additional rights for crime
victims including the right to
review juvenile records of
convicts to prepare damage suits.
-Repeal of the prison early
release law.

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NASA reveals space station plans

- WASHINGTON (AP) - Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.
NASA officials unveiled a new Their protests caused Fletcher to
plan yesterday that would require put the program on hold for 90
17 space shuttle flights to days for a review.
tassemble a space station, .Fletcher said the new design
beginning in 1993 and finishing will not add much to the cost of the
in 1994. station but said he cannot promise
The new design uses four now that the cost will be held to the
pressurized chambers to connect original plan.
the station's living quarters with "WE ARE going to be able to
laboratories and other modules. build some major portion if not
AS HE presented the design to all for $8 billion," Fletcher said.
;,-,,Congress, Administrator James "If it turns out we need $10 billion,
Fletcher also outlined a new we may ask you to support us. I'm
management plan that would not going to come back and say we
keep all station production work can do it for $8 billion when it will
dealing with the manned aspects be $10 billion."
of the station in Houston. NASA plans to issue
S Texas congressmen had been preliminary requests for
up in arms over the previous construction proposals from
r proposal that would have shifted contractors in November, and
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"If we have eight flights a year
and start in early 1993, we will
finish late in 1994," Fletcher said.
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stay aboard the station for 90 days
at a time.
IN ADDITION to assembly
missions, the shuttle must also
then begin periodic logistics
flights to the station. Andrew
Stofan, the newly-appointed chief
of the space station program, said
a total of 31 assembly and
logistics flights would be
required, and that could be
accomplished by 1996.
Fletcher conceded that the
station will take most of the
shuttle capacity, but there will be
room for military and planetary
flights. NASA expects th have its
shuttle fleet restored to four
orbiters by the time a start is made.

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in The New York Times, Chavez
said that top Environmental
Protection Agency officials rank
pesticide pollution as the number
one environmental problem in
the nation because everyone is
exposed to it.
"I think the greatest
achievement we could get .
would be for growers to give
consumers pesticide-free and
poison-free grapes, in other
words, organically-grown
,_grapes," said Chavez.
BUT THIS can not be done
through the legislature, Chavez
said, because politicians, like
California Gov. George
Deukmejian and grape growers
-have committed "blatant

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