THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, March. 26, 1972.
For Afro Cuts
questions on Ann
(Continued from Page 1) so that departments now getting political science - supports ex- supports the legalization of all
Benner - a vice-president of the biggest budgets would take the pansion of the program as does drugs with federal control over ad-
the Ann Arbor bank - contends biggest cuts. Walz. dictive drugs.
that "the city can live within its Black lists his three priorities for Benner, on the other hand is Saying, "I don't favor govern-
present tax revenue base," while city spending as (1) expansion of uncertain saying the present pub- ment controls per se, but rather
Black favors the alternative of a .the transportation system (2) lic housing program is "a dis-- a free economy," Benner opposes
steeply graduated income tax. more child-care facilities and (3) grace" complaining that rents city imposed rent controls.
Faced with almost inevitable more public housing, while Ben- haven't been collected "in a busi- Black, on the other hand, fa-
budget cuts for the upcoming fis- ner places his emphasis on main- ness-like manner." vors the city imposing "some sort
cal year the three candidates of- taining "basic services" such as Benner also differs with his two of rent control upon landlords,"
fer varying accounts of which fire and police. opponents on the question o le- as a means of "getting the worst
~landlords out of business so that'
city services they feel should have One city service which has galizing marijuana, the rdscan take ove"
a priority status. come undermuch attack lately is Benner is dubious about legaliz- Walz questions the legality of
Walz favors making budget cuts that of public housing. ing the drug and adamantly op- the issue and wonders if it would
"proportionately across the board" Black - a teaching fellow in poses legalizing hard drugs. only create more apartment build-
.. --- --ings on the fringes of the city and
Walz says use of marijuana thus only multiply the transpor-
NO CREDIT should be legalized, while Black tation problem.
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Solstis school gives newk
opportunities to students,
(Continued from Page 1) the University for $100 per month.
unrelated to the subject, explain- Much of the rent comes from a
ing that one of the purposes of his group called "Friends of Solstis"-
course was primarily "to get to- mostly parents of Solstis students.
gether with people." Also, members of Solstis are
A junior high student describ- asked to contribute $5 a month to
ing one class said "last week we help pay rent, electricity bills,
went on a picnic." Speaking up, three salaries ($900 per year), and;
his friend replied, "the week be- purchase some supplies.
fore, it was a birthday party. You In 1970, the Simmons Founda-
don't learn very much, do you?" tion and the University's Project
But most Solstis members think Community provided grants to get,
they do. In the Chinese class, stu- the program "on its feet".
dents discuss anything relating to With no such support on an on-
Chinese culture from conversa- going basis, however, Solstis is in
tional Chinese to chopsticks, ac- debt.
cording to the teacher. One answer to Solstis' problems.
"The only thing we haven't would be to get state accredita-
learned about," he says "is Chi- tion.
nese cooking." In order to get it, however, Sol-
Because Solstis is unaccredited, stis would have to move to a one-
most of the students also attend story building, hire at least one3
city junior highs and high schools. certified teacher, and raise "a
A Scarlett junior high school girl solid source of money." Solstis
likes Solstis better because of the has no certified teachers, bare-1
"competition and hostility" at ly enough money to meet its pay-
Scarlett. ments, and a three-story building,
Solstis School, occupies a large with one floor condemned.
old house with a shocking-yellow Solstis hopes to receive accre-
porch. Decorated by the students, ditation as an "experimental pro-
bright patches of color throughout ject" of the Ann Arbor public
the house make an otherwise drab school system, but so far the
building look somewhat inviting. Board of Education has refused to
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