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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, December 9, 1971

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, December 9, 1971

LOCAL PROJECT:
Ecology Center submits to city
family waste recycling report

By LYNN SHEEHAN
A report predicting that half
of the city's family waste mater-
ials .could be recycled is cur-
rently being studied for pos-
si1le city-wide application.
The report, based on a six
week pilot program last summer,
was prepared by the Ecology
Center. It was presented to City
Council Monday and will be con-
sidered by a standing commit-
tee to. include m~iembers of the
Ecology Center nd - representa-
tives 'from various city depart-
ments.
The pilot program was carried.
out by the Ecology Center in
the Bromely and West areas
of Ann Arbor. Approximately 300
homes in each area were includ-
ed in the weekly pickup of cans,
glass, and newspapers.
the center's report indicates

that almost all the the Bromely,
and a little over half of the
West area residents participat-
ed at least once.
"The enthusiasm and willing-
ness of the people to cooperate
makes the program feasible,"
said Pat Taylor of the Ecology
Center.
The materials will be recycled
into new glass and newsprint
scrap material and roofing ma-
terials.
The center is already picking
up glass at some of the bars and
restaurants in town. They also
pick up computer paper at var-
ious computer installations both
on and off campus.
The University as well, makes
regular collections at Vera Baits
housing and the Chemistry build-
ing. As a result of these efforts,
a proposal for total campus re-
cycling is being submitted to

the University by the Ecological
Advisory Committee of the In-
stitute for Environmental Qual-
ity.
If the proposal is successful,
the report states, the amount
of materials recycled in t h e
community could be doubled.
the Ecology Center is also
opening a new recycling sta-
tion on S. 'Industrial Highway
near the Coca-Cola bottling plant.
The new center, replacing sim-
ilar operations at the Arborland
and Westgate Shopping Centers,
will be open from 10:00 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. Wednesday through
Saturday.
Magazines and newspapers
bundled separately, rinsed and
flattened cans, and glass that
has been rinsed, and sorted by
color with all metal removed,
may be brought to the station
.during operating hours.

State rent
strike bill
Introduced
LANSING, Mich. (P) - A bill to
give legal status to tenant organi-
zations and prevent courts from
enjoining certain protracted rent
strikes has been introduced in the
Senate by a Detroit legislator.
The bill would establish ma-
chinery giving complaining tenants
legal muscle in battles with land-
lords, according to Sen. Coleman
Young, the measure's Democratic
sponsor.
Under the bill, tenants could
form an organization to bargain
collectively with landlords over
leases and housing conditions.
Such an organization could be
formed with consent of 50 per cent
of the tenants in a dwelling.
Tenants could engage in a "pro-
tracted rent strike" during which
their rent payments wouldbe put
into an escrow fund "if the land-
lord refuses to bargain in good
faith."

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9
Da Calendar
Sch. of Library Science: Open forum
discussion, "Rapping with the Pro-
fessionals," Aackham Amph., 1:30 pm.
Computing Ctr. Short Course: "Ad-
vanced Uses of U of M BASIC," Semi-
nar Rm, Computing Ctr., 3-5 pm.
Thomas Spencer Jerome Lecture Ser-
ies: Lect. V, George Hanfmann, Har-
vard, "gInstinctu. Divinitatis - Con-
stantine, Constantinople and t h e
Founding of the Byzantine Empire,"'
Aud. B, Angell Hall, 4:10 pm.
Physics Colloquium: J. W. Janecke,
"Deformed Nuclei and Electrostatic
Energies," P&A Colloq. Rm, 4 pm.
Resonance Seminar: Sergio Rodri-
guez, Purdue, "Symmetry of Ionized
Zinc Acceptors in Germanium," 2046
Randall Lab, 4 pm.

Speech and English Depts: Two Or-
iginal One-Acts, Arena Theatre, Frieze
Bldg., 4:10 pm.
International Tea: 603 E. Madison,
4:30-6 pm.
International Night: Austrian food,
Mich. League Cafeteria, 5-7:15 pm.
Gilbert and Sullivan Society: "The
Mikado," Lydia Mendelssohn, 7, 9:30
pm.
Ctr. for Ancient and Modern Studies
& Prog. in Camp' Lit: Panel discussion,
"The Classics in Comparative Litera-
ture." E. Conf. Em, Rackham Bldg.,
7:30 pm.
Linguistics: M.A. Halliday, Brown
Univ., "Is Educational Failure Lan-
guage Failure?" Aud. C. Angell Hall,
8 pm...
Music School: Nniversity Philhar-
Monia, Hill Aud., 8 pm.
University Players: "Vasco," True-
blood Theatre, 8 pm.
International Coffee Hour: Rive Gau-
che, 1024 Hill St., 9-11 pm.
General Notices
Health Service Notice: Infirmary
service and Night Emergency Clinic op-
erations are being suspended from Mid-
night, Dec. 23 to 10 am., Jan. 9. For

Free University-Potluck Dinner
For Students, Teachers, & Friends of F. U.

SUN., DEC.

12-4--6 P.M.

Come to drink, feast and discuss outcome of
F. U. courses this semester and make plans for
next semester.
CALL HELEN-662-9619

service info during this period call 764-
8320.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT
212 S.A.B.
United Central Services, Toledo,
Ohio. Openings for sophomores and
juniors interested in social wor in
Toledo area. Applications should be
filed in December; further details
available.
Arts2Chorale Christmas Concert -
Dec. 12, 8:00 PM Hill Aud. conducted
by Maynard Klein.
Gay Liberation Holiday Dance, Dec.
10 Friday, 8:00 PM, First Unitarian
Church.
Goddard House Players, Dec. 10, 8:30
PM, R. C. Aud: Hello Out There &
Another Way Out.
Art Fair, Dec. 12, Michigan Ballroom,
noon to 6:00 PM.
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Open Evenings 'til 5:30

Landlords could collect
luring the strike only from
ants who refuse to put rent
ments into the escrow fund.

rent
ten-
pay-

TAPES

In addition, leases that expire
during a rent dispute remain in
force "until the conclusion of the
dispute, whether it was negotiated
by the tenant organization or not."
The bill also would prevent
landlords from harassing tenants
for joining such an organization.

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