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October 30, 1973 - Image 7

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Tuesday, October 30, 1973

THE MICHIGAN-DAILY

Page Seven

Supplies get
to stranded
Egyptians ,
(Continued from Page 1) 6
spokesperson said, but another 60
truckloads from an Egyptian mer-
cy convoy, allowed through Israeli'
lines, were halted on the western
bank because of the darkness.
The Israeli military command
said that its warplanes shot down.
two Egyptian helicopters and its
antiaircraft guns knocked down a;
third over the southwest Sinai coast
a few miles south of the entrapped'
Egyptian 3rd Army.
There was no immediate report,
from Egypt and the unexplained
incident did not appear to threaten
the six-day-old cease-fire that has
brought relative quiet to both Mid-
dle East war fronts.
BUT SYRIAN PRESI-
DENT Hafez Assad said in Da-'
mascus that his country will re-
i drmefighting if Israel does not
withdraw completely from all oc-
cupied Arab territories and fails
to restore the rights of the Pales-

Rezoning attacked
<Continued from Page 1) "TO ME IT sounds like ICC is
property became known to the 300 afraid of competition--and I think
city realtors through a trade that's the wrong attitude," Newton
booklet circulated among them. said.
Swisher Realty subsequently sold But ICC is not the only opponent
the property to a Dr. Parks, and of the zoning change-the Univer-
stands to split the six per cent sity also views rooming houses as
commission with Kiem. one of the least desirable alterrna-
ACCORDING TO Frederick, two tives possible for the structures-
buildings in the R2B zoning area especially since 1960 when the
are presently being operated illeg- number of students living in room-
ally, in violation of the zoning ing houses dropped from 1,800 to
statute-800 Oxford, formerly the about 950.
Alpha Omicron Pi house, and the Peter Ostafin, associate director
structure in question, 1501 Wash- of University housing, stated the
tenaw, formerly the Collegiate University's position on the matter
Sorority House. in a memo, deciding after meeting
To get around the ordinance for- with other housing staff members
bidding the ownership of a room- that the rezoning and rooming
ing house at this location, Fred- house use would have a "negative
erick said that the contract that impact" on the revival of small
the buyers, Dr. Parks holds, nmes group housing.
him the manager, and not the own- THE UNIVERSITY also express.
er. He said the house is being run ed concern that rooming house
under the pretense of a sorority, usage would only continue the de-

but that both males and females"
live there, and that there are roi
group functions.
Frederick further stated that the
800 Oxford address also has a
'communal kitchen," 'which is in
violation of Health Department

terioration of the structures, since
under the originally propoieJ re-
zoning amendment, the owners of
the houses would not have to live
there. The planning commission re-
vised this to require "ei'her" the
owner or a residential manager to
live on the premises.
City Council has scheduled a
public hearing on the proposal for
Monday, Nov. 5.

tinian people.
Israeli leaders said they per- s
mitted the Egyptian relief column it
with UN drivers at the wheel tov
cross Israeli positions about 60
miles from Cairo because of a spe-
cial appeal from the United States.
CRITICISM MOUNTED in Israel'
over Premier Golda Meir's as-
quiescence. Many Israeli citizens
and press commentators said she
should have ignored any pressure
a teach-in:
BEHIND THE
ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT
keynote speeaker:
ABDEEN JABARA
Arab attorney, activist & author
TUES., OCT. 30, 7:30 p.m.
Assembly Hall, Mich. Union
Sponsored by: Organization of
Arab Students, Young Socialist
Alliance, B I a c k I n c., Afro-
American Studies Dept.

tandards.
ave been
iated in
violations.

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no citations

issued or prosecution in-
either of these alleged

You are cordially invited to attend the open-
ing of an- EXHIBIT OF ISRAELI ART to be
held at the B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation,
1429 Hill on Tues., Oct. 30 at 7:00 p.m.
Collections of Lithographs and Silk, Screens by
fifteen Israeli artists will be on display from
7-9 p.m. Oct. 30, 31, Nov. 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.
Special programming, including Israeli food and
movies will accompany the exhibit.
All profit from the sale of these works will be
donated to the Israel Emergency Fund.

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