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Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, May 29, 1985
President unveils tax plan POLICE
(Continued from Page 1),
from 46 percent to 33 percent; curtail full deductibility of mortgage interest
write-offs for business meals and on primary homes while limiting the T E S
eliminate deductions for business en- deduction for interest on other loans
tertainment expenses; cut top capital to $5,000.
gains rate from 20 percent to 17.5 per- In general, people at the highest and
cent; and repeal investment tax lowest ends of the income ladder Murder arraignmen
credit. would benefit most under Reagan's
The proposal also: increases the pldIbressong simplocity Reagan'postponed
personal exemption to $2,000 and plan. In stressing simp, i ..ty ,a

boosts the income threshold where saaol ato l apyr ol
have to fill out returns and only one in
taxes begin, eliminates deductions for four would find it to their advantage to
all state and local taxes and retains itemize their deductions.
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A 23-year-old Ann Arbor resident
was stabbed to death during a fight
last Friday night, according to Sgt.
Jan Suomola of the Ann Arbor Police
Department.
Gary Harris died shortly after
reaching the University Hospital. He
was stabbed in the lower neck in his
home in the 2700 block of Adrienne, off
South Maple between Liberty and
Pauline.
Police have a suspect in custody but
will not release the suspect's name
until his arraignment. The arraign-
ment, scheduled for yesterday after-
noon, was postponed when the
prosecutor's office requested more
time for investigation, according to
police detectives.
This is the second Ann Arbor mur-
der of the year. The first murder oc-
curred last week.
Robberies reported
A suspect entered the Quik 'n' Pik
store at 1926 South Industrial High-
way late Sunday and punched a 22-
year-old Ypsilanti clerk several
times. The suspect fled after taking
some cigarettes and beer.
A 16-year-old boy from Ypsilanti
was robbed of his gold necklace
around 10 Sunday. Two suspects ap-
proached him at Fox Village, looked
at the necklace and pulled it off his
neck. Although one suspect pretended
to have a weapon, no weapon was
seen. The necklace is valued at less
than $175.
Weekend thefts reporte
A burglar entered a home in the 300
block of Oakland through an unlocked
door and took stereo equipment
valued at less than $275, according to
Sgt. Jan Suomola of the Ann Arbor
Police Department.
A key was used to enter a home in
the 600 block of E. Huron on Saturday
morning, and the thief stole cash and
jewelry valued at less than $250.
Two pipes were stolen Saturday
evening when a suspect entered a
house in the 300 block of South
Division through an unlocked door.
Police do not know the value of the
pipes.
Finally, a student's purse was stolen
from the Graduate Library Friday
morning. The larceny resulted in a
loss of $13, said Campus Security
Director Leo Heatley.
- Laura Bischoff
STANLEY H.iKAPL ANH
- OAL V 48.
C-N ER.

IN BRIEF
From United Press International
Radical Christians relationship to the Danish jet set-
ter after telling the judge at von
protest in D.C. Bulow's attempted murder retrial
WASHINGTON - Radical she had damaging new testimony
Christians protesting against to offer.
issues ranging from abortion to Explosion injures 16
nuclear weapons fanned out across JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -
the nation's capital yesterday in A suspected bomb ripped through a
demonstrations that defied the law downtown army office yesterday
and resulted in mass arrests. injuring 16 people, as the gover-
About 800 people from the United nment attempt to spy on South
States and Canada participated in African guerrillas in Angola.
the "Peace Pentecost 1985" Witnesses said the explosion
weekend sponsored by the Sojour- came minutes after a soldier
ners, a communal religious reported a suspicious-looking
organization, culminating in the shoebox found on an inside fire
acts of civil disobedience. % escape at the army office in down-
A total of 250 planned to be town Johannesburg. The buildinig
arrested for praying in "restricted was in the process of being
areas' at the White House, State was wn th being
Department, Supreme Court, evacuated when the blast oc-
Department of Health and Human curred.
Servces andtheembasie of Police and ambulance attendan-'
Services, and the embassies of ts said12wiecviastwba-
South Africa and the Soviet Union. ks and 1w white civilians, two blac-
ksadtwo white conscripte were
Officials fight typhoid injured when an explosion rocked
DHAKA, Bangladesh - Yester- the army's regional medical com-
.B a .i. t mand headquarters on the second
day Bangladeshi officials battled floor of a bank building.

to prevent an outbreak of typhoid
on islands littered with corpses and
animal carcasses following a
cyclone and tidal waves the gover-
nment said may have killed up to
10,000 people.
The death toll from Friday's
cyclone, which sent huge waves
crashing over hundreds of small
islands off the southeastern coast
of one of the world's most im-
poverished nations, stood at 1,400
confirmed dead and 325 to 420
missing.
But the fatality figure reflected
only the number of people known to
have been buried.
voiBulow's former
mistress testifies
PROVIDENCE, RI. - Claus
von Hulow watched his wealthy
wife sink deeper and deeper into
her first coma and waited until she
was on "the verge of dying"
before he made a call and "saved
her life," his former mistress
testified yesterday.
Raven-haired Alexandra Isles, a
former soap-opera actress flown in
from a European hideaway to
testify, began detailing her

Iran, Iraq, trade fire
TEHRAN, Iran - Iraqi war-
planes raided the Iranian capital of
Tehran twice within four hours
yesteray and pounded five other
cities, killing at least six people,
and Iran retaliated with a long-
range missile attack on Baghdad. '
It was the second straight day of
air attacks on each other's cities
and border settlements following a
seven-week lull in the 41%-year-old
Persian Gulf war.
Military statements in
Baghdad said 63 Iraqi warplanes
raided the Iranian towns of Iam,
Abadan, and Sar Pol-E Zahab and
the campsdof Baneh, Mairawan,
Khaneh and Ein Khosh early
Tuesday.
More raids were launched four
hours later on the same cities by 42
jets, as well as on the city of
Dhalaran, the agency said.
In retaliation for the attacks on
Tehran, Iranian forces fired a sur-
face-to-surface missile on Bagh-
dad - the first in more than six
weeks - and warned civilians to
run for their lives.

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