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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, December 1, 1971

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Milliken details amendment on
uniform state property tax

Club makes Union latest
spot for dining in style.

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$115
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ROSE BOWL 1972
ROUND TRIP JET TRANSPORTATION
Includes Meals, Open Bar Service
0 Plus $14 Administrative Fee

(Continued from page 1)

.. .xed from page 1) exceeded to "provide funds for the
vocational, special, and compensa- support of public education."
tory education. The present limit Milliken has previously said that
on such taxes is 50 mills. a rise in the state income tax from
rlie amendment also allows up the present 3.9 per cent to 6.2 per
ter amndmntalso llws ur cent would be necessary if the
to four and one-half mills for vo- state were to assume financing of
cational, special, and compensa- schools. The tax was raised last
tory' education. This is also in- July 28 from 2.6 per cent to theI
cluded in the 26-mill limitation. J
The proposed amendment does present figure.
not limit city property taxes, levies Along with his proposed amend-
to pay off bonds, and taxes levied met iliken announced his edu~
by new home-rule counties, char- cation financing plan.
ter townships, community college T
districts, and special purpose au-
thorities. CORRECTION
The provision calling for the An article on November's
statewide property tax would not,,,g.h
make such a tax mandatory, but "Retrospect page, published in
would allow it to be imposed only yesterday's sue ofthe Daily,
if the Legislature chooses to do so. ment Council lost control of
The proposal would instruct -the
Legilatre t gsablsh aproram $1,500 of its funds through an
Legislature to establish a program allocation to American Revolu-
of general state taxation and a ionary Media (ARM), a small
"method of distributing funds for left-wing collective.
the support of elementary and sec- The funds were actually al-
ondary public school districts." located to the University Stu-I
The amendment proposal also dent Print Co-operative, whose
states that a ceiling on the state olcy d i d
income tax, which now stands at bers of ARM.
3.9 per cent for individuals can be e

to the traditional dollars-to-pupil tions.
approach to state aid for local Richard Greenfield, club mana-,
school districts, would seek to ger, says, "We provide betterI
guarantee, sufficient state funds to quality food cooked to order at!
provide a ratio of one professional moderate prices. We feature the
for every 21 students in every pub- only on-campus bar. All the Uni-
1in h 4,nl in the t ,tf *esity community can call this l

ue senow in Le state.
The amount of money given to!
the districts would vary according
to salary levels.
Milliken's message said that!
each school district within a given
region will receive the salary re-
sources of the highest-paying dis-
trict.j
"Basically this means that state
salary assistance will be uniformly
high throughout any intermediate'
school district," said Jim Phelps,
an aide to the governor.
Phelps said that the proposal
would mean virtually uniform state
assistance throughout the metro- {
politan Detroit area.
Besides his proposed amendment,
Milliken has filed suit in state
court challenging the constitution-
ality of the property tax method'
of financing education, charging
that the method discriminates
against poorer school districts. I

their club."
Greenfield suggests that 'proper'
attire' might be required in the
main dining room. He defines
properattire' as clothesone
would choose to wear to dine at
"a quality restaurant".l
One staff member comments,
"Blue jeans might be alright for!
Bimbo's but not in a fine restaur-!
ant."
Members yesterday commented
favorably on the club's food and
service.
Chauncey Smith, director of theI
Center of Programmed Learning
for Business, said, "The club is a
good place where faculty and stu-
dents can get together, get to
know each other and enjoy a good
meal all at the same time."
Another member said, "I can
see all the great decisions con-
cerning the University being dis-

cussed here over $6 steaks. This
place is where the elite hangs
out."
Annual membership dues, based
on a sliding scale rate, range from
$40 for full professors to $10 for.
students. Alumni who live in
Washtenaw County pay $40, while
those who reside outside the coun-
ty pay $10. Members can bring
guests to the Club.
The Club offers breakfast Mon-j
day through Friday, 7:30 to 9
a.m. Members feast on selections
from the buffet table or select a
soup and sandwich combinationI
for lunch. At dinner, membersI
face the agonizing decision of
choosing among such delights as
'succulent' steaks, or deep fried!
'golden' shrimp, among other of-
ferings.
Lunch is served from 11:30 tto
2:00 p.m. on weekdays. Dinner isj
available from 5:30 to 9 p.m.j
Tuesday through Thursday and
until 10 p.m. on Friday and Sat-
urday.
According to Greenfield, over
600 persons have joined the club
so far.

Double rooms at the Airport Marina Hotel, featuring heated
.. .5 minutes from the Playa Del Rey, Marina Del Rey and

pool,t air conditioning
Manhattan Beaches.

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MARINA HOTEL $60

6 Days/5 Nights

Extra nights avalable at $8 per night. Also includes:
* Coach Transportation to and from Airport and Hotel
* Coach Transportation to and from Parade, Game and Hotel, & box lunch
* All Taxes, Tips and Gratuities
0 $75,000 Air Insurance, Pursuant to C.A.B. Regulations
" Comprehensive Guide to Los Angeles Published by Student International
" Central Information Phone Locator and Information Booth
" New Year's Eve Party
" Avis Rent-A-Car Plan
" Over Ten Optional Side Trips Specially Priced for Our Participants
(e.g. San Froncsco, Mexico, Disneyland, more)

SPONSORED BY:
B. S. U. and B. A. T. A.
3rd Floor, Michigan Union

ADMINISTERED BY:
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Airlines, Detroit-Los Angeles-Detroit.

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or the Wilshire Hyatt House (Triple Accomodation-
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*** Complete Parade Day package including transportation
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Deluxe box lunch and grandstand seats at Parade.
Round-Trip Transfers including luggage, airport to ho-
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* Insurance of $5,000 for death injury at any point dur-
ing tour.
*** All taxes and tips for included services.
*** NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY - HOLLYWOOD BOWL.

** Bus Shuttle Service between OFFICIAL student hotels.
*** The only tour including a ticket to the Rose Bowl Game.

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Five days, unlimited mileage, $77.50 and sales
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** SAN FRANCISCO OPTION .... $259.50

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ELIGIBILITY: All students, faculty, staff and their
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