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Saturday, February Z$, 1970

it THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 28, 1970

Legislature to consider housing

'Disorders subside
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(Continued from Page 1)
"We'd like to see the escrow
rt changed," says Jim Weber of
e Tenants Union. "It doesn't
ally solve our problems."
Speaking about enforcement
gber said, "there's no manda-
y requirement that the land-
-ds use the escrow money for re-
irs. We are trying to make it
The Tenants Union claims that
. tenant unions in Michigan will
endangered if the bill is pass-
"It will hurt our position quite
bit," said Weber. "We stand to
e a good deal of bargaining
Tenants Union spokesmen say
e Union's bargaining power will
reduced because the public city.
court escrow would make it
sy for a landlord to sidestep the
=nants Union entirely and go
aight to court to bargain. "What
e bill is going to do is eliminate
e need for the landlord to go to
e tenants," says Tenants Union
cretary Lynn Hallen.
The Union is also concerned
th the practical aspects of en-
rcement of the proposed code.

"In practice it just won't work,"
says Weber.
"The premise for the enforce-
ment section should be that the
judges are not doing their jobs,"
he said. "Instead, everyone ex-
pects them to start acting differ-
ently after the bill is passed."
"There is not a single district
judge in this state that is doing
his job," said Goldstein. He looks
on the lack of adequate enforce-
ment regulations as a "deliberate
attempt to do away with tenant
"If the landlord is assured of
getting his money, there must be
something wrong with the system,"
he said.
Al Samborn, of the Ann Arbor
Board of Realtors, has read the
bill and approves of it. "I think it
is excellent," he said. "I'm im-
pressed with a number of aspects.
The representation of it is very
good," Samborn said. "The com-
mission that drew up the bill is
very broadly based."
"The bill has been very care-
fully written to see that people
don't live in substandard housing.
There is a need for an up-to-date
housing code," he said.

Samborn does not see the com-
plications in the bill that the Ten-
ants Union envisions. "The peo-
ple who wrote this bill tried to
keep it as pure law, rather than
permitting it to be used by one
as a club over another," he said.
Earlier in the week, Tenants
Union representatives met with.
Richard'Helmbrecht, assistant to
Governor Milliken, and Frederich
Fetcheimer, who is largely respon-
sible for earlier housing legislation.
The meeting was called to go over
section 107 of the proposed bill,
the escrow fund and code en-
forcement. The Tenants Union has
drafted its own escrow proposal
which would require using of the
fund to make repairs before .any
money is recovered by the land-
lord. The current escrow proposal
states that the judge can do what
he wants with money held in
escrow. No agreement was arrived
at, but Helmbrecht said, "maybe
we can alter the escrow section."
"I think the new housing code
has some very good points and
some weak points," said Fetch-
eimer. "It is a 1,000 per cent im-


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DC., sponsored by U of M. Positions
available this summer in Congressional
(Continued from Page 1) day when protesters tossed rocks Offices and agencies. Interviews at
men who moved in to aid local law and chunks of ice at police and Placement, 3200 SAB, Mar. 3, no appts.
in.c. necess., ask for Mrs. Damon at reception
enforcement officials were bol- invaded the school's admnistra- desk.
stered throughout the day by ad- tion building. Current Positions, check at Gen. Div.
ditional Guardsmen to bring the City police had entered the cam- for others nationwide (764-7460).
total to about 600. pus Thursday to aid campus po- Yerst Labs, pharmaceuticalrrep, in
SE Mich. area, BS in sci. area pref.,
Chancellor Cheadle declared a lice, but withdrew to fringes of other majors considered.
state of emergency on campus and the school early yesterday. Only a Wayne County Civil Service Comm.,
said that anyone, students or fac- handful stood by at the edge of Hospital Tech. Asst. for dental work.
ulty members, who took part in the campus by yesterday after- Sinai Hospital of ietroit, staff psy-
chologists, diagnostic evaluation, ther-
disruptions on campus would be noon. apy with adults, supv. of interns and
suspended or dismissed pending The protests were blamed by practicum students. PhD in Clinical
appropriate hearings. Regan on the "radical left." They Psych.with approved internship.
Sixteen persons were arrested . Management Consultants, Commercial
Sfollowed a dispute between uni- Mortgage Trainee, BA in finance, econ.,
Thursday night when police swept versity officials and black basket- or bus., MBA also home office in De-
the streets of the Santa Barbara ball players who had complained troit area; Chief Indus. Engineer, IE or
suburb of Isla Vista where a 6 of discrimination. ME with 5 years manuf, exper.

p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew had been
The acting president of the
State University of New York at
Buffalo, Peter Regan, urged calm
yesterday following the seizure of
the five campus buildings by stu-
dents. The takeovers were without
the violence thatvoccurred Thurs-
Ad board backs

In South Hadley, Mass., 150s'...°:....:::>.r?::...:
black students abandoned seven ORGAN IZATION
campus buildings at Mount Hol- U
yoke College yesterday afternoon.
They had taken over the struc- N T C
tures earlier in the day, saying in'
a statement that college officials
had shown a lack of concern for Celebrate'Spring Break a few d a y s
bakdemands. early!! Come to a party at the French
black House, Sat., Feb. 28, 9 p.m. Danc-
The students represented a ing and free refreshments. SponsoredI
group from five area colleges- by International Students Association.
Mount Holyoke, Amherst, Smith. U of M Crop and Saddle Riding Club
Hampshire College and the Uni- Annual Spring Horse Show Sunday,
versity of Massachusetts. March 1, at 3 p.m. at Stoney Ridge
In California the commander of Farm, 9970 Liberty Road, Chelsea, Mich.
the Guardsmen, Maj. Gen. Char- For more information call Joan Lo-
les A. Ott said 2,500 Guardsmen gan at 769-0432.
had been placed on standby alert Young Americans for Freedom, on
around the state. March 1, 4:30-5:30, rm. 3D, Union,
"At this stage it is more or- subject: General Elections.
ganized than the Watts riots when :obEcils
they sta2rted,"said Ott who com-


Ed school exec committee
accepts compromise

(Continued from Page 1).
able solution foi both the short
run and the long run."
VanderVelde said the students
had worked out a compromise
with the executive committee that
was acceptable with some - quali-
fications. "When the Senate Ad-
visory Review Committee makes
its recommendations and the ex-
ecutive committee follows them, I
will be satisfied," he said.
SEI member Nancy Sprague, a
student member of the executive
committee, added she thought it'
was "difficult to set up an outside
group." Sprague said she had con-
Dr. Wallace W. Tourtellotte, pro-
fessor of neurology at the Uni-
versity, has received a one-year
grant of $30,218 from the National
Multiple Sclerosis Society. With
this award, the society's support
of Dr. Tourtellotte's MS research
center enters, its 15th year a n d
totals $352,867.
The grant is supported in part
by a bequest from the estate of
the late Ethel Carrie Loar of Ad-
rian, Mich., and has been named
the Ethel Carrie Loar Memorial
Grant for Research on Multiple

fidence in law Prof. Frank Ken-
nedy, chairman of the Review
Committee, which Senate Assem-
bly formed last December.
Kennedy said yesterday his
committee has met only once since
it was organized and has not yet
made any review of promotions
decisions. No education professors
are on the committee, Kennedy
Sprague said she was encouraged
that the executive committee had
agreed to implement the decisions
of the Senate Advisory Committee.

provement over what present law sp
A Tenants Union member asked
Fetcheimer to clarify whether the; (Continued from Page 1)' I1
proposed Act precluded all rent very good solution as far as the1
strikes. Fetcheimer replied, "there student proposals were concerned."
is nothing in the Act at this time LSA Assembly vice chairman
that will prevent rent strikes for Bob Grobe '70 said the proposal
legitimate reasons." was "a fairly significant step in t
Another union member asked its recognition of the legitimacyr
Fetcheirer, "Why can't a landlord and need to incorporate students1
be forced to prove he is being ,a on the Administrative Board."
proper landlord before he can take "The acceptance of parity," said
a tenant to court?" Grobe, "on the ad board will be
"The law has been written with the final step as far as student
the assumption that we should participation in matters of aca-
make the present judicial system emic conduct are concerned. But
work," Fetcheimer replied. there is still a debate over author-
At the end of the meeting ity governing non-academic con-
Fetcheimer said, "I would very duct, specifically classroom dis-
much like to see what forms you ruption."
would nut fnrth ac dnifinntin " ---- --

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riots in a predominantly black



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WUUPU rn as mo 11ca uons.
"This is a very limited scope of,
law," he said. "I think greater!
changes are in order in public'

SDS demonstrators picket
Lockheed Corp. recruiters,

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(Continued from Page 1)
minor heckling from engineering
students who seemed mainly
amused by the signs and the pro-
The demonstrators left the
building for about an hour and
dispersed, but they returned to
the E. Engineering Bldg. to picket
again for 20 minutes chanting

"Lockheed gets rich, GI's die," and
other slogans.
A police photographer took pic-
tures of the demonstrators.
Bidding farewell to the police
in the Engineering Bldg. the SDS
group walked to the education
school to support the demonstra-
tion that was being}held there by
education students protesting pro-
motion procedures for faculty.

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