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TUEM'SDAT, AUGUST 9, 1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
CMPUS DISCOUTSOE City G(
Makin
SENSA INLFor 71
0 ~One of the pet peeve
that students live a shel
classes ndp osrw
effect on heir communit
Cq u a in teterim existence-partially
Inte"cold, cruel world."
- - There are, however,c
t aean activepatns
Celebrating our first year in Ann Arbor with AnncStuentsillmake upe
REALDISC UNT RICE AnnArbor. City merchant
REAL DIS OUN PRCESof goods. Councilmen In w
depend on them tog~ vot
For he U iverity reabenefit from the ideas o
For he U iverity realaw, and economics. Stud
the community.
In addition, students a
CAMPUS COUPON CAMPUS COUPON CAMPUS COUPON CAMPUSCOU0PON CAMPUS COUPON city government. They wt
w95cCRS 100-COUNT planning, and city services
TOOTHPASTE Univ. of Michigan 69c PAPER ASPIRIN deftighimfutureis
!imprinted Pepsodent PLATES 100 's icrthecitygilalvowte to
59c 1 h ct 9lalo hmt
D hO r 9 5 Re.4c To be eligible to regis
Family Size Soap Dih8olce IMTrN LIMIT ONE by the date of the nextel
LIMITaON gan for six months, and i
k election day; and You mi
CAPSCUO 0Tooth- of Ann Arbor.
CAPU7OUO This last requiremen
6-otbrushes FEAURNG about now. It is a good
EXTENSION CO PEECOSMETICS DEPT. eurmns
* CO PLEE kMichigan statute e
COD have gained or lost a resi
COD APSCUO 9 ELN with: ion of learning."
CAPSCUO.9RVO MAX FACTOR( But don't let yourself
33c athSiz MABELLNE COY /law does not mean you c:
r, ah ie ABINE + COTY Itwherelyouatndcollaee
LM-ONESOA LIMIT ONE menyo
4..IfI~r~The City Clerk Is the o
not you are eligible. He fo
CAMPS CUPON10Cof the Attorney Generalim
1 61LIMIT THREE CAMPUS "OPNi Ans residence for sti
TOILETintends to remain at the
TISSE CAPUSCOUPN C G A R ET ESschool or college has no
C IAE TE not certain as to the plac
i7 C ~I~ lDash is home, and has no o
/1db of sickness or other afflictt
Re.39 S4 In other words, you a
C Cartonble if you stay In Ann A
CAMPUS COUPON LIMIT FIVEnoreuntyurpet
SPIC . r'or If you are self -suppo
AFE'HV LIMIT ONE have relatives here, orc
AFTERSHCOUPO will also help you in esta
are not necessarily disqua
$195 U of M PLASTIC mets.We itcmsie
LIMIT ONE DRINKING GLASSES CAMPUS COUPON CAMPUS COUPON trieyu lgblt
$16 iyClerk's oa t atoffice, u ont
CMU COPN15C $3 Ambush or Tabu HEAD & SHOULDERS Avenue atasuond
CMU COPNLIMIT TWO $ 2.297H M O to see Mr. Bentley, the cit
$1.00LIION tion of your eligibility, a
LIMTfOEl attorney. Do not be dete
R IGH T GUARD 77C puted residency have beer
DEODORANT' CAMPUS COUPON LIMIT ONE worst that can happen to Y
CAMPUS COUPONAst the oen
69C combines features of the
LIMIT ONE KODAK 9 Volt CMUCUO forms of 'govenment. E
CAMUS OUPN Icouncilmen from five w
TRANISTORcouncilmen are nominat
BATTERIES 39c I G H LWIITFERS for two-year terms. Half
CAMPS COPON Q QThe mayor is elected at la
CMU COPNColor ilm 19C 19 0 Except for some min
'UN 100 t U 0 r1 ..,,-- , ,-.rr37Care vested in the City C 'S IliiltL-

PAGEEL
vernment:,
gIt Work'J'
rStudents
ILL CRMMTEE
z of many critics of university life:
tered existence, concerned onlywi
thout having any involvement in
;y. In a sense they are living an,it
divorced from parental control, bi
ae full responsibility for their futr
opportunities for Ann Arbor student
shaping the community they must i,
effort to learn their rights and 1ho
:arty 30 per cent of the population c
is depend on students for consummpti
yards where students are concentrat
ing support. And the city can oni
rstudents specializing in governmenl
tents are hardly a peripheral part,4
mre vitally affected'by actions of th
HI feel the weight of housing, prktiil
nces. They will be affected by ci
portant tools a student can have ;1
the right to vote. Very few fresm
what they do between the time wh:
they turn 21 may determine wheth
register here.'
ter, you must be at least 21 years ail
tection; you must have lived in McI:
a Ann Arbor for at least 30 days bfo
ust establish that you are a residere
Lt is the one you can do sometir
idea to familiarize yourself with t1
ids: "No elector shall be deemed1
idence while a student at any instittl
'be confused by legalistic Jargon. T
annot gain residency while' a stun
not necessarily a resident of the' cl
ne who finally determines whether (o
lows a set of criteria based on rulini
lade to clarify the la. n
nig purposes may be acquired when
t does not intend to return hdme, biu
place of education for an appreCiab
neral rule, where a student atteudir
intention of returning home, but .
e of his future residence, or where t
ntal control, regards the college to
ther home to which to return in cal
ion.,,
are more likely to be considered elig
rbor during school vacations, and d
tal home In case of illness orInjur:
rting, married or can establish thi
a1 control. It you get a lol here,
other ties with the community, 01
blshing a voting residency Butyo
Lified if you do not fill these requre
for you to register, do not try to d'(1
ver the telephone. Go directly to ti
he second floor of City Hall, Fift
I ask to be registered.
fficulty with a particular clerk, a
;y clerk. If he feels there is some quee
k to speak to Mr. Forsythe, the-ct
red. In the past, many cases of di
:i decided in favor of the student. Tb
rou Is to be turned down.
mnent itsl-h charter of Ann Abc
mmayor-council and council-manag
Elected officials are the mnayo, ,
ards, and the municipal Jiudge. T
d and elected on a partisan balk
'of the council is chosen each yea
rge.
for exceptions, all powers of thect
ouncil. It is. the only policy-makiri

LIMITTHRE ®LIMIT ONEi body of city government.
DAILY VITAMINS'r 620-127-126 in City Hfall. All of the r
9C citizens-even students-a
6 cCMU CONW CAMPUS COUPON All ordinances must
e CAM US. OUPO twice before they are pass
LIMIT ONE7 9 / 95e PEPSODENT Fmily Size a student to familiarize h
CPELCONCENTRATE will affect him-such thi:
TOOTH ASTE 9 OR LIQUID ulations, 'and parking law
CA PU CUPN IMITiONE V .HAM POO 79c i intended to make it i
CAMPUSMCOUPON propose to Council, in
e ~changes. Students-even1
FACIAL TISSUE LIMIT ONE vote-are noexception.
CAMPUSCOUPONAny decisions made b
CAMPUSaOUPON CAMPUS COUPON W or's veto. His veto may,;
Shwe ocBac C TT N B ALLS eight council members.
LMTOECAMPUS COUPONU.Ilw ~CTON when a student, ora
SPA T R HTHONGS 39c 160 Count 9 to get advice or registe
SPRAYSTAR HONE City Hall information can
LIMITF50z.ONEWt LIMIT ONE lems that students come
1-LB., COUPON Net.W69c39C__________________________ individual treatment.
yLIMIT ONE " Renting apartmen
TA P C CMPUSCOUON AMPU COPONAnn Arbor students. Uin
CAMPS COPON AMPU COUON. the responsibility for most
T M P XJ. &J. 300 cr. the landlord. This inclwe
40's $0 CAMPUS COUPON RL.P w e I L R tenane as well as lightin
$1l69 Baby Powder lord can lease an apartmr
$169qua Net Huair Sr1 4O. FI LE "clean and sanitary." An,
LIMILIMIT O9E
LIMIcONEIMIT8c PPER e"*Freshmen cannot4
CAMPU COUPN bethe only form o of per
CAMPUPSSOUONdetsCOUPONen o t
/ avdns.Eoufrrmnt- oft
SCHIK CMPU COUON C ,l 4 to follow four rules. Bot
L A'A helmets, Neither may ca
RAZOR BLADES PLAYTEX GLOVES fo odn nwt o
T i in area not designated fc,
" e.98c' oornpasre 59e line of traffic; passing c
39c eg.49cLIMT OE LMITTWOwhere allowed, is illegal.
LIMIT ONE LIMIT ONE There is more, how
gove-urnmnt thn lut i~tI

It meets on Monday nights at 7:3
meetings are open, to the public, ani
Ore given a chance to be heard.
be read publicly at council meeting
;ed on. This is an excellent chance fo
timself with proposed regulations tha
rigs as 'housing ordinances, cycle reg
vs. The first reading of an ordinanc
public. During the time between th
~the public has an opportunity t
groups or as individuals, suggeste
those who are not yet old enough t
)y the Council are subject to the may
however, be overridden by a vote c
anyone for that matter,. has a specli
krnow where -in the city's bureaucrat
ra complaint. For borderline case;
ibe helpful. But there are some prob
up against frequently. These merf
s is an everyday fact of existence fo
der the new city housing ordinanc(
tcode violations in rental units is wits
des standards of repairs and main
g, heating, etc. In addition, no land
nent or other rental unit unless it
Ly violations of this code may be re
Off ice.
own or operate motorcycles while o:
each their sophomore year, cycles wl
onal transportation allowed most stu
he city cycle ordinance is strict. TI
th the Ann Arbor police, it Is a mu,;
,h passengers and drivers must wea
rry anything which would stop then
th hands. Cycles may not be operate
r them. And cycles must stay in th
ars stopped at an intersection, excer
ever, to student involvement in cit
rnuiney how rto r'prtctthe riuhts vo

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