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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 17, 2005 - 7A

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rooms - including bathrooms for four
students rather than an entire hall - and
more singles than other residence
halls.
Most details of the project are still
largely undetermined. The final sche-
matic will be submitted to the regents
DYSON
Continued from page 1A
honorary degree, three others are slated
to receive honorary degrees pending the
regents' go-ahead.
The other three are a philanthropist, a
businessman and an artist.
Commercial real estate entrepre-
neur Sam Zell, a University alum, will
receive an honorary Doctor of Laws
degree. Fortune magazine wrote that
Zell "controls more commercial real
estate than anyone else in the country."
Zell, who attended the University both
as an undergraduate and Law student,

for approval sometime next year, but
until then the exact number of rooms
and dates of construction are subject to
change. Although the University was
able to provide a picture of the build-
ing's general shape, external appear-
ance will not be designed until much
later in the process, said Diane Brown,
spokeswoman for University facilities
and operations.
managed apartments in Ann Arbor
while he was a student.
Artist Elizabeth Catlett will receive
a Doctor of Fine Arts degree. Catlett is
an advocate for social issues, especially
civil rights. She uses her art to show the
living conditions of Mexicans. Her pro-
gressive views prompted the U.S. House
Committeee on Un-American Activities
to investigate her in the 1950s.
Former John Hopkins University
President William Richardson, now
president of the W.K. Kellogg Founda-
tion, a philanthropic organization based
in Battle Creek, will receive an honor-
ary Doctor of Laws degree.

POLICE
Continued from page 1A
several projects came under budget and one fell through,
the city was left with $93,000, which it would have to
use by Sept. 30, after which it would lose this portion
of a $673,000 grant it received in October 2003 from
the Department of Homeland Security through the state
police.
One of the projects that was completed under budget
was the test of the local alert system, the blue screen
that interrupts all Comcast channels for 30 seconds on
the second Tuesday of every month, which cost the city
$3,500 rather than $6,000.
The project that fell through was a plan that would
have restricted access to the water treatment plant. Black-
well said the city couldn't come up with enough funds
from other sources to complete the project. When it fell
through, he said, the city freed $70,000 of its funds.
Blackwell acted quickly with this surplus of funds,
getting the spending due date extended to Oct. 30 and
gaining the City Council's approval for the mobile com-
mand center. He said one of the hardest things was find-
ing a unit that cost about $90,000.
"We needed to start small," Blackwell said. "A lot of
people laughed at me when I said I was trying to spend
about $90,000. In general, models cost between $150,000
and $300,000."

Council member Leigh Greden (D-Ward 3) said
approval for funding the vehicle was an obvious deci-
sion.
"This was a no-brainer," Greden said. "We've seen
recently how important it is for government to prepare
for emergencies. This unit is a vital part of our emer-
gency preparedness strategy and will also serve other
departmental purposes, such as large events."
"Just don't go taking it off to the lake for the weekend,"
Mayor John Hieftje joked at the Sept. 19 meeting when
City Council approved the proposal for the unit.
Fortunately for city officials, the New Orleans Police
Department cancelled an order for a mobile command
center after the unit had been produced.
The command center was completed on August 27,
but two days later, Hurricane Katrina hit the area, and
New Orleans police cancelled the order.
The Mobile Command Center, built by The La Boit
Company, based in Columbus, Ohio, is constructed on
a Ford E-450 frame, one that is used in many R.V.'s and
ambulances. The company originally designed transpor-
tation caravans for horses, but in the wake of Sept. 11 has
found a profitable market for building mobile command
centers, paid for by Homeland Security grants, Blackwell
said.
The city has just received $362,000 worth of grants
from the Department of Homeland Security for use in
projects for 2005.

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AFFORD TO PROTECT
DEMOCRACY.
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For Thursday, Nov. 17, 2005
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
This is an excellent day to ask your
boss for something you want. Ditto for
asking parents, teachers or authority fig-
ures for anything you hope to get. It
might not work - but this is a great day
to try!
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
Make plans for travel or increased
education or training in some way.
You'll make great strides today in these
areas. Pleasant news from people from
afar is also likely.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Gifts, goodies, favors and perks can
come your way today. Whoopie!
Remember to be generous in return.
That's the formula of the universe: If
you're generous to others, the universe is
generous to you.
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
This is a wonderful day to deal with
others, especially partners and close
friends. It's OK to agree to contracts.
Agreements and deals that are reached
today will probably benefit you.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
You'll enjoy working with others
Si F nr one thina A..Aco-wrkers are

You like to have pleasant surroundings
where you live. This is the perfect day to
buy something beautiful to make your
home cozier and more welcoming.
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
This is an excellent day for business,
commerce and all negotiations.
Conversations with siblings and rela-
tives also go very well. You're in the
groove.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22.to Dec. 21)
This is a good day for business and
making money! You're also spending
money. Either way, you're pleased with
your cash flow today.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
You're able to assert yourself today in
a way that others completely accept. You
respect the rights of others, but you're
not afraid to ask for what you want.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
This is a pleasant, easygoing day. For
that reason, you might enjoy solitude in
beautiful surroundings. Moments of
peace and quiet will please you now.
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
This is a romantic, sexy day! You feel
flirtatious and fun-loving. Actually, all
relationships are blessed in a pleasant
wav.

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