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Wednesday, December 12, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Wednsda, Deembr 1 , 173 TE MCHIGN DILY ageNin

McDonald's likely for
Site next to Arcade

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Happy
Vacation!
(AFTER FINALS)
from
Follett's
State Street at North U.

"THE" WOMEN'S SHOE STORE
IN THE AREA
sans souci, of Ann Arbor
522 East William 761-9891
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second story window will display
the McDonald's name.
A spokeswoman for the Citizen's
Association for Areas Planning
(CAAP), who opposed the new Mc-
Donald's at the first planning hear-
ing, said yesterday the group de-
clined to speak out again at last
night's session because it felt its
position had already been made
clear.
"We'd prefer the house over
McDonalds," said CAAP chairman
Ethel Lewis. She admitted, how-
ever, that the local architects had
produced a "fine" plan.
AFTER THE first hearing, the
city's planning staff had suggested
that McDonald's retain a local ar-
chitect "sensitive" to local con-
cerns, according to Carlson.
He added last night that the new
plan represents a "significant de-
parture" from the developer's orig-
inal plans, as well as from stand-
ard fast-food franchise building de-
sign.

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Consumer advocate Ralph Nader addresses reporters on the energy
crisis yesterday in Washington. In a court ruling yesterday, a
U.S. district judge ruled that the Center on Corporate Responsi-
bility, Inc., a public interest group founded by Nader, is qualified
to receive deduetible charitable contributions.
U.S. JUDGE RULES:
Nader's group unjustly
denied tax exemption

for Gino's, that hamburger em-
porium with the red roof.
ACCORDING TO Carlson, it was
following this "debacle" that the
city's Subdivision Control Ordi-
nance was amended to allow re-
view of such developments.
Plans for a new Burger King,
meanwhile, to be constructed on
a vacant lot at the corner of May-
nard and Liberty Streets are far
from final.
After a "standard" Burger King
plan was presented to city plan-
ners some time ago, Carlson said,
the developers were told "in no
uncertain terms" that they would
have to come up with something
better.
Ilk there's
thru
Classfied

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The city has already lost a battle
with fast-food chain to gain an

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WASHINGTON (W) - A U. S. dis-
trict judge ruled yesterday that a
public interest research group was
improperly denied exemption from
federal income taxes and said he
was concerned about the possibil-
ity of White House influence in the
case.
Judge Charles Richey said he
was "concerned not only with di-
rect political intervention, but also
with the creation of a political at-
mosphere generated by the White
House in the Internal Revenue
Service (IRS) which may have af-
fected the objectivity of those par-
ticipating in the IRS ruling"
against the Center on Corporate
Responsibility, Inc.
HE SAID THE center was de-
nied a favorable tax exemption
ruling because "it was singled out
for selective treatment for politi-
cal ideological and other improper
reasons," and added that the IRS
"did not have clean hands in their
dealings with the plaintiffs."
Richey ruled that the center, a
group founded by former research-
ers for consumer advocate Ralph
Nader, is qualified to receive de-
ductible charitable contributions.
He ordered the IRS to exempt the
group from federal income taxes.
The group disbanded in July be-
cause contributions dried up and a
spokesperson said after the deci-
Y sion that it isn't clear whether it
can resume operations.
THE CENTER, incorporated in
February 1970 to conduct educa-
tional and charitable activities in
social welfare areas, later sought
a ruling that it was exempt from
federal income taxes. When the
ruling did not come, a lawsuit was

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filed on May 2, 1973. architecturally - pleasing structure
Two weeks later, the IRS ruled on campus. Four years ago, a fine,
that the center was not exempt old frame house at the corner of
from federal income taxes and not S. State and Washington Streets
qualified to receive deductible registered as an historical land-
charitable contributions. mark, was demolished to make way

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