Friday, September 14, 1973
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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(Continued from, Page 6)
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ret, (Continued from Page 1) urban city sectors through tighter units and types,"' comments Mar-
sections of the city tend to be mod- control over the type of dwellings vin Carlson, a planning department
les- ern town houses and apartment constructed. staff member.
oFny complexes with proportionally high- and developers must receive But hecadds that bringing down
er rents, housing costs on a city-widebai
rinted ANN ARBOR then has two al- approval from the planning cor-"will be a tough nut to crack."
121mstdsinthusn7res h mission and City Council, which iibeatuhntocrk"
cFtc ost distinct housing areas: the Nonetheless neither he nor Hyslop
central "college tlown" and the depend heavily on planning depart- , would comment on the- feasibility
base-' peripheral regions populated by the mellt input, before any construc- of strict rent control legislationy
State white collar types. tlion can begin. CARLSON ALSO indicated the
p.m.). The planning department hopes "We plan to use this leverage to city should push for establishment
cIto to curb the division by encourag- encourage the necessary socio- of a rapid transit system "People
rs to ing lower cost housing in the sub- economic integration of housing must develop a new awareness of
-heast. how fragile the environment ac-
58F08 10" " tually is," he comments.
L_ ( ( autsts rn tutU? Last April city voters approved
egs O funding for"TelTran an expanded
maga- local mass transit system but im-
Bor- plementation has been at least
, and rep rted on jattackatemporarily stalled.
cF tc 17 ~.I~~ NU III AUIConsideration has been. given
r tra- to developing an Ypsilanti - Ann
tFtc (Continued from Page 1) the general wish and merit the Arbor transportation networ The
s circulated throughout the capital. support of all sectors." bsuns elhaveyot oge
rsonal substantively beyond the theoreti-
Mon- Vega was deputy chief of Chiles The immediate backing for the cal point and realization of the pro-
-ev leftwing Unified Popular Action military by the two parties sur- gr be years off.
.0, 11. gam couldbeyasof-
Call Movement (MAPU), a breakaway prised observers here. It was seen Carlson further urged "a quick
11F15 group of the Christian Democrat as a crucial victory for the new follow up" on the area bicycle
meer- party, one of the parties in Al- government. routes approved last April as well.
s and lendes popular unity coalition. The government, headed by the In addition to protecting the en-
Free PaSS a enbogtit
, Prats, 57, had been brought into commanders of the army, navy, air. vironment these proposals should
66F c a "national security" cabinet by force and carabineros para-military held alleviate the traffic conges-
Allende oi1 Aug. 8, but quit the police, includes military ministers tion currently plaguing the city,
full- cabinet and army post 14 days later and two civilians, who hold the especially in the downtown area,
speed, following unrest in the army. justice and education portfolios. . he pointed out.
,tor, His departure brought the col-
lapse of the national security cab- "
75F08 met, signalling that Allende had
selling lost the backing of Chiles tradi Statem enton tuition
that tionally neutral armed forces.
niver- APPARENTLY sure of victory, 0
cFtc the new government sworn in Wed-
n't!! nesday night, shut down Congress
Harry. (Continued from Page 1) tows, the Romance languages and
76F9 parties. "T
760 ate.tl t ~ .,1, that ,ol1tical sc'ience teaching fellows
-as the Pointer Sisters put it,
"We can work it out
yes we can, yes we can,
yes we can, can
TRY DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
i t imltneusy trppd ongave hum. 'I cant reany sayMat
It simultaneously stripped Con- I agree with his figures until we!
.gressmen and Senators of their research it out ourselves."
pOsts. IN RELATED developments,
The Christian Democrats, who teaching fellows in political science
led the oppositions fierce attacks and Romance languages met sepa-
on President Allendes government rately last night and unanimously
throughout his three-year rule, de- agreed to support the tuition strike.
clared that the aims of the military In action similar to that taken
in . carrying out the coup "fulfill earlier by the math teaching fel-
(UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER)
OFFICES ARE NOW OPEN!
Mon.-Fri. 2nd floor
Info. on-Concerts, Art Gallery, Future Worlds,
Mediatrics, Travel, Artists & Craftsman Guild
Musket, Soph Show, etc.
-Press for full return of in-state
benefits to non-resident teaching
-Obtain a cost-of-living increase
in their wages; and
-Support an organizational union
or association of teaching'fellows.
Even if the University's explana-
tion shows that the fee increases
are justified, says Gill, the tuition
strike is still on.
"I'm not going to let them off
the hook if they can give reasons
for the increases. They also have
to be responsive to the people from
whom they get the money."
Editor's Note: Today's story on the
tuition strike was written by staff
writer David Burhenn, from intor-
mation gathered by him and report-
ers Pamela Johnson and Josephine
(north of Broadway bridge)
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