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Friday, October 17, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Friday, October 17, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

RENEW FUND DRIVE:

Professionals to
welfare mothers'

join
march

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Several University students set out from the Diag yesterday after
noon on an epic journey to East Lansing to present Michigan
MlIli State University with their choice for MSU's next president-a
guernsey cow. The students plan to push their new candidate in a
trailer via back roads all the way to the MSU campus in time for
the UM-SMU football game this Saturday. Neither the students
nor the cow were available for comment.
DISRUPTION POSSIBLE:
Regents to vote on bookstore;*
SGC to stage rallyonDiag

'Coninued from Page 1 ations. Last fall, after the local part of the mothers request for ar
mothers a total of $27.50, in con- welfare demonstrations, Atty. 25 per cent increase in fixed
trast to the $70 supplemental al- General Frank Kelly declared an monthly ADC payments. Last July,
lowance they received last fall emergency in Washtenaw County, the Legislature added $3 to the
after several demonstrations at which enabled the state to pay monthly allowance, saying that
the County Bldg. about half of the $70 settlement the rest of the 25 per cent would
Last month, WRC submitted a b'etween the mothers and the have to come from the counties.
compromise request for an imme- Supervisors. However, the Board of Super-
diate allowance of $73.50 - which "This year no such action was visors has refused to allocate the
represented the amount they re- taken," says Nielsen, who adds funds out of the 1969 budget, say-
ceived last year plus a $3.50 in- that the county can not afford ing it could not be afforded. And
crease to cover inflated pricesd to meet the mothers requests with- the proposed 1970 budget, which
The county would be required out the state paying a sizeable will be discussed at Tuesday's pub-
to allocate only $46-$73.50 minus portion. lic hearing, does not provide for
the $27.50 already appropriated.
However, WRC is also request- The state has, however, met an incrae
ing that $46.50-the difference be-
tween the $73.50 and WRC's
original request for $120-be ap-
propriated in the 1970 budget.
Welfare payments to needy
families come under two types:
categorical assistance and general
assistance. JuMBO
Categorical assistance includes
Aid to the Disabled, Aid to the
Aged, as well as Aid to Dependent
Children. The programs are ad- M-M-m-m-m, yummie!
ministered and funded by the
State Department of S o c i 1 A giant hamburger of 1/4 lb. U.S.
Services. Govt. pure beef toipped with let-
The monthly needs of ADC ap- tuce, tomato, mayonnaise, onions,
plicants are determined by the pickles and ketchup .
county Department of Social Serv-
ices, and payments come from the'
state in the form of a bi-weekly'v
check. Currently, the average ADC @_ G ERCE
family of four receives about $3151 F MLJ"G ®P£EOY £Y£
per month.
Should a family need a supple- West of Arborland
mental appropriation to meet ad-
ditional or emergency costs, such
as for school clothing, it would
apply for general assistance,
which is funded by the counties
and administered by the Social
Services Board in each county.
Occasionally, general assistance
provided by a county is supple-r
mented by special state appropri-

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BROILED SPECIAL-N.Y. STRIP STEAK
With French Fries-$1.29
FRI., SAT., SUN. ONLY

't noled from Pae h
week by representatives f r o in
SACUA, SGC and the college gov-
erning bodies.
The proposal asks that the Re-
gents delegate the authority to
run the bookstore to a policy
board composed of six students
and three faculty members. The
Regents would be empowed to
revoke the bookstore charter, and
the University would be freed
from any financial liability the
store incurred.
Other provisions of the plan
stipulate:
Teaching
fello-ws
plan union
(('ont iec from Page i)
"Of course, the heart of the mat-
ter is wt'ether people will s i g n
the petitions," he added.
Legally, the organizers m u s t
circulate petitions among the em-
ployees, When a certain percent-
age of the appropriate constitu-
ency signs the petitins, the state
government is obligated to hold
bargaining elections to determine
what type of union the Workers
wish to form.
At this weekend's meeting, ef-
forts will be made to settle two
areas of doubt concerning union-
ization.
First, says Greenberg, the or-
ganized teaching fellows would
have their choice of affiliating
with any of several state and na-
tional unions, or they could choose
to be completely independent.
The apparent feeling at yes-
terday's meeting was that t h e
union should not affiliate with
either the Michigan Education
association or the American Fed-
ration of Teachers.

-The bookstore be set up as a
non profit corporation operating
on a break-even basis. First years
savings on books would not be
expected to exceed five p ir cent.
This includes the four per cent
sales tax exemption for which any
school or educational institution
selling books or food to "bona
lide enrolled" students qualifies;
--The manager of the store
would be appointed by the policy
board;
-The store would be funded
through a returnable $5 assess-
ment on students and faculty'
menmbar; and
--A campus wide referendum
coordinated by SGC be held to
determine student willingness to
be assessed $5. Although student
governments in the sehools and
colleges will be allowed to con-
duct the referendum and h a v e
polling booths in their facilities,
students will be bound by the
total vote.
Much of the Regents discussion
cent~mred around whether t h e
store could sell books exempt
from the sales tax. There was a
question in some regents minds
whether the bookstore could qual-
ify, since under the plan t h e
University would have no direct
control over the store and would
not be liable for its debts.
SACUA Vice-Chairman Prof.
Robert Knauss pointed to the tax
exemption the Michigan Union!
and League - both run indepen-
dently of the University--give stu-
dents for food as precedents for
the bookstore's tax exemption
status.
SGC President Marty McLaugh-
lin said "the survival of the store
is not dependent on our getting the:
exemption."
Earlier in the meeting, there
was some discussion on the exact
make-up of the bookstore policy
board. Under the student-faculty
proposal, six students and three
faculty members would constitute
the board with a non-voting ad-
ministrator.
Regent Robert Nederlander tD-

Birmingham) asked why there was
not an equal number of students,
faculty members and administra-
tors.
McLaughlin answered that the
administration was not a group
that had a financial stake in the
store and who would benefit from
it.

WE WANT TO KNOW..
The Tenant's Union is conduct-
ing research into the Ann Ar-
bor power structure - land-
lords, judges, bankers, busi- I
nessmen, university adminis-
trators .
You can help, as much as your time allows. Call
the T.U. office, 763-3102.
4CVOIJSWA6M fl 0 ptRVA, EMC

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ALL STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
MUST REGISTER THIS WEEK
in 1011 SAB
ALSO
Any student organizations desiring office or
work space in the SAB must apply this week in
1011 SAB; organizations now occupying space
must also re-apply.

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Sausage
Mushrooms
Hamburger
Green Pepper

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Olives
Bacon
Anc hoves
Onions

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Fish
Bread
ELIVERY
m. to 2 a.m.
665-2266

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Fri., Sat.--11 a.m. to 3 a.m.
314 Detroit St.

from

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Beautiful, it's not any longer.
It's not any lower. And it's not
any wider.The 1969 Volkswagen.
13 improvements. Ugly as ever.
Beautiful. Just beautiful.

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