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vironment," she added. But Rauch
cited outside commitments as the
major problem plaguing the com-
SHE FURTHER pointed out that
little data exists in the area of
rent control and consequently the
commission spent most of its ener-
gy compiling information.
The fact that various committee,
members had different perceptions
of their task may have added to.
Schott, for instance, said he per-
ceived the committee's goal as "in-
suring an adequate housing supply
on Israeli t
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cept Israelis, who will be handedj
over to the Palestinians if found
in the country, Radio Uganda an-
It said the Palestinians could use
these Israelis "to secure the re-
lease of their brothers and sisters
languishing in Zionist jails" or "to
regain Arab lands annexed by the
Zionistsduring the 1967 War."te
The radio added that Israeli,
planes would continue tobe banned
from landing in Uganda or over-
flying its territory.
Israeli military personnel were,
Mounds of Spaghetti, C
in the city." But one preliminary 'final statement would not delve
report defines the commission's! into policy areas to any great de-
purpose as deternining "whether:+ gree.
rent control is an appropriateI Kiefer said the commission "has
mechanism to deal with the (rent- not agreed what the data actually
al) situation." means" and that the group "would
THE ACTUAL resolution estab- not be able to make a strong case
lishing the commission states the either way."
organization's function was to sup- EHRLICH, HOWEVER, claims
ply City Council with information I the data is sufficient to justify a
indicating "whether rental control recommendation of "direct legal
will help our community" and if intervention in , the local housing
so, what type of regulations would market."
be most effective. The commission will meet to- $z
morrow night to consider a final
"Essentially we will issue a fact-j draft of thei' finding. The report .
finding report," Rauch said. Both dr, fte idn.Terpr
rprRahsadBthwill encompass a history of ther
Ehrlich and Kiefer indicated the ret market, dynamics the
the present market, and a theoret- }
ical discussion on the effects of
u tSoorSrent control. Any policy statements
Li L~ u o o rsmade would be "highly 'qualified",
according to one commissioner.
Preliminary studies from which
O u rithe final report will be drawn
-in the campus districts tenants
ordered out of the country by Pres- pay one-third of their income for
ident Idi Amin's government be- rent compared to the national av-
fore it broke off relations with the erage of 22 per cent.
Jewish state in March last year. -local landlords have, 'tmore
market power" than is typical,r<
Uganda closed th* borders to all! meaning the housing market is less
tourists a year ago during fighting competitive consequently driving
between government troops and ope rents.
Ugandan exiles seeking to over- -students by and large consti-
throw President Amin. tute a "captive market." They
The radio said no tourist would must ive in a particular area re-
be allowed into the country with- gardless of cost.
out the approval of the Uganda . -many tenants are dissatisfied
Tourism Development Corporation. with present housing conditions
' . relative to cost.
+hThe corporation, which is under raUc otH
the ministry of internal affairs, RUHADOHR e h
would be solely responsible for da s icopletenand inconcl
sive. "There is a need for exten-!
tourism in 'Uganda, it added. sive further analysis," she said. "I
viewthis report merely as the-
Ehrlich has strongly condemned
this attitude, claiming most of the I
commissioners have merely grown
weary of their task even though}
much more work could be done. Steve Goodman (right) and
"The moderates felt the time at the Ark last night. Goodn
pressure and decided to get the re- --.- --
port tied up and done with," he
The businessmen fully supported
the move because never enacting
rent control best serves their inter-
Coleslaw, Garlic Bread ests, according to Ehrlich. "They
were jubiliant to no end," he said.
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In 'the city of Ann Arbor'
d Henry The Fiddler take a break between songs during their performance
man, a long-time Ark favorite, is doing a benefit for city's folk music palace.
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Vol. LXXXIV, No. 10
Sunday, September 16, 1973
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