THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, February S, 1975
Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 8, 1975
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[BOTANY5 QAMcGREGOR ARNOLD PALMER
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MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED 0 211 S. MAIA " ANN ARBOR
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exercises derived from:
hatha yoga, feldenkrais movement
alexander technique, yoga of the
dream-state. taught by.. .
at 640 Oxford. Phone 663-9287
Monday nites, 8:00 p.m.
STARTING FEB. 10 $10.00/MONTH
FIRST WARD DEMS
Taylor square off
(Continued from Page 1) government. While serving as
Elton, campaigning on issues County Commissioner fjr the,
which will effect the quality of past two years, she has served
life in the city, would like to as chairwoman of the Budget
see the Community Develop- Committee. According to Tay-
ment Revenue Sharing (CDRS) lor, Washtenaw County has a
monies used to construct high budget relatively equal to that
density housing and increase of Ann Arbor.
neighborhood services. In addition, Taylor claims
HE WILL push, if nominated that her experience as County,
and elected, to revise building Commissioner will be helpful inj
codes and site plans. He spe- the development of regional
cifically opposed a proposed governments.
"super sewer," a system that Regional governments a r ej
proposal providing a fixed por-
tion of the budget for the po-
lice," she questioned.
The third ballot issue, that of
door-to-door voter registration1
is supported by both candi-
Elton, a mechanic, professes
great interest in pollution and
environmental concerns. He is
currently on the city Committee
to Study the Energy Crisis.
However, he says that the Com-i
mittee is ineffective because of
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FOR NEXT FALL
WE ARE.. .
" open & democratic
COME TO THE
CO - OP MASS MEETING
SUNDAY, FEB. 9th-1:00 P.M.
MICHIGAN UNION BALLROOM
Learn about student-owned housing on
campus. All co-ops will hold open houses
for all those interested in visiting them
after the Mass Meeting.
} 14 Houses on Central Campus j
9 Houses on North Campus,
SGT. PEPPER-1028 E. Univ.
662-02024 Open 7 days a week, 9:30-11:00
BEER & WINE, FRESH MEAT AND PRODUCE,
DELI COUNTER, IMPORTED CHEESES,
FRYING CHICKENS ...........49c per lb.
GROUND ROUND STEAK .......98c per lb.
PORK ROAST ......... .......89c per lb.
END CUT PORK CHOPS .........89c per lb.
CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS ... $1.39 per lb.
LEAN STEWING BEEF .........$1.29 per lb.
COLBY CHEESE .............$1.19 per lb.
LARGE EGGS .............. 79c per dozen
BANANAS 15c per lb.
DANNON YOGURT .............3 for 98c
COCA-COLA AND TAB 8 (12 oz.) cans $1.69
WILSONS MILK (1 gallon) ..........$1.29
HALF-GALLON of ICE CREAM .........98c
COTTAGE CHEESE (12 oz. carton) . . 49c
CHOICE ROUND STEAK ...... $1.29 per lb.
FRESH MUSHROOMS ..... 49c per package
HOME MADE SAUSAGE ......... 89c per lb.
SALE LASTS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7
TO SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 16
would carry Ann Arbor waste small governmental units that the large number of representa-
to a central treatment plant share the burdens of commu- tives from the energy produc-I
near Detroit. nity services and thereby cut ing industry.
"It will cost just as much to manv of the costs. HE IS pushing for an energyl
build the pipe as to conscruct THE TWO candidates differ policy which would include re-l
a new treatment plant nere over the rent control and day quiring environmental impact'
which will operate more effec- care proposals, two of three statements whenever buildings
tively," he said. propositions that will likely ap- are constructed, specifying cer-
Taylor co u n t e r s, however, pear on the April ballot.
saying, "I've been around and "The proposals are damned
itsntclear that Bob can get ~E
it' do~e f e i tht cn-Good," Elton said. He said,
things do i that n however, that money for day U1 em p l
cerned with solidn wasto, hy care should be channeled to
hasn't there been a recycled uead o nobuildings DERI (U )-Th n
waste plan?" ,, DETROIT (UPI) - The un-
TAYLOR IS stressing her ex- and nc assets.employment rate in Michigan1
perience in county- finances and .nt cotr is a goodtidesoared to 13.7 per cent in Jan-!
in the short term, but in th uary, the highest figure since
long run it dries un housing, the Michigan Employment Se-
DR. PAUL ULANonthatthe city should not be re curity Commission began keep-l
Optometrist quired to provide a fixed por- ing records in 1956.
Full Contact Lens Service tion of the budget for child Thereast month529cordiut of
Visual Examinations care. the MESC, up almost 100,000I
548 Church 663-2476 ifh e eublicas had ale et from December when 433,3001
were off the job.1
;;> J. C. FRIEDMAN, MESC depu-i
4 ty director, said the January
figure was the highest for any
month since the agency be-
gan collecting data in 1956.
The Michigan jobless rate
compares to a national 8.2 I
Since January of 1974, the un-
Remember your loved one
THURS., FEB. 13
tSorrv, no phone orders LSTE N I
tain energy efficiency for new
buildings and the purchasing of
smaller city vehicles.
"When the city buys a truck,
they get the biggest engine
available-like they are going
to push a building three feet
one day," he said.
Elton condemned class dis-
crimination that he believes is
occuring in Ann Arbor, charging
that the only places where park-
ing prohibitions are enforced
are in the lower income areas.
"Republicans interests have
been running this town for a
long time and it shows. There
have been students and busi-
nessnmen on council but ,there
has not been a person who
cent unemployment figure for
employment rate in Michigan
has jumped 6.3 per cent, the
FRIEDMAN said most of the
jobless increase resulted from
layoffs in the manufacturing,
construction and retail trade in-
Although the auto industry
has been hard hit by layoffs,
he said, the economic down-
turn also is creating employ-
ment reductions in most of the
state's other industries.
In the Detroit metropolitan
area, unemployment climbed to
14.6 per cent of 272,000 out of
work, compared to the Decem-
ber rate of 12.2 per cent or
228,900 off the job.
or will be
Rm. 4002 Michigan Union
SUNDAY, FEB. 9th
OPEN HOUSE at all
Co-ops 2:00-5:00 p.m.
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