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An article printed in the Daily Oct. 28 contained findings of a study by
the Public Interest Research Group in Michigan (PIRGIM) which
charged Broadview Apartments with having a property tax credit clause
of questionablb legality' in its lease. As it turns out, the lease PRIGRIM
based that charge on was more than three years old and the property
clause isn't in the current lease. But PIRGIM reports that the lease used
in the study contained 11 "questionable" clauses, while the current lease
-even without the property clause - contains 14.
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Happy ending
Once upon a time when Tower Plaza Apartments were built, the
building's owners and the city agreed that the owners would subsidize the
city parking system if the city provided the apartments with on-site
parking. Well, the apartment owners didn't keep up with their side of the
deal and didn't pay the city for nine month's worth of on-site parking. The
city planned to retaliate by presenting a resolution at City Council direc-
ting tenants of the building to pay their rent directly to the city. As it turns
out, the Tower Plaza people paid their debt to the city before the
resolution could be voted on, so Tower Plaza residents won't have to
worry about where their checks go the next time rents are due. And
everyone lives happily ever after.
Happenings...
... Janet Smarr, a soprano who also plays the recorder (not, presum-
ably, at the same time) will be joined by lutist Carmelo Camberiati in a
noon musical presentation in the Union's Pendleton Center ... the Interna-
tional Center, 603 E. Madison, plays host to a noon lunch program on "Mr.
Carter and Human Rights in Iran" ... Wystan Stevens, local historian,
will present a slide show on "Historic Buildings in Ann Arbor" at the
public library at 12:10 ... meanwhile, back at the International Center, a
program on "Teaching Opportunities Abroad" will take place at 4 p.m....
Bill Goodman and Susan Gvesh will speak on "Cuba: A Legal System and
a Society" at 4:30 in 138 Hutchins Hall in the Law Quad ... "Last Grave at
Dimbaza,," a documentary film on South Africa, will be shown as part of
the South Africa Teach-In at 8 p.m. in Rackham Ampitheatre ... Eleanor
Leutke, formerly of the Miami Harald, will speak to Women in Communi-
cations at 7 p.m. in East Quad's Green Lounge ... "Shalosh Means
Three," a film on Oriental Jewry, will be shown in 164 East Quad at 7:00
the Washtenaw County chapter of the National Organization for
Women (NOW) will hold its monthly meeting at 7:30 in the First
Unitarian Church, 1917 Washtenaw ... Michigan Student Assembly (MSA)
meets at 7:30 tonight in the MSA chambers of the Union ... the South
Afripan Teach-In will show "South Africa: End of the Dialogue" at 8 p.m.
in Rackham Auditorium ... and finally, the University Philharmonia will
perform At 800 at Hill.
Canadian stonewall?
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police always get their man, you know.
But what if their man turns out to be another Mountie? The red-jacketed
'RCMP officers"┬░have come under public fire in atadarecently f
possible crimirial activities break-ins, thefts,7 and buggings - against
French separatistsand leftists. A sort of Mountiegate, if you will. A
Mountie spokesman says he is "not yet ready to say that this is a blemish
on our record. Nothing has come up to suggest that we haven't been doing
our duty." But Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau has noted the
"fine line" the Mounties must walk to protect both civil liberties and -
shades of the Nixon administration - national security. Trudeau admit-
ted that the Mounties have sometimes gone beyond the spirit and letter of
the law. Dudley Do-Right, where are you?
On the outside.. .
The drizzle will fizzle by noon today, but it won't help the general
weather picture at all. Even after the rain stops, it will remain cloudy and
dreary, with a high of 60* and an overnight low of 46. After a foggy
night, look for a cool morning tomorrow with a possibility of light rain or
showers.

Ugandan pilots taking
U.S. 'copter' course

WASHINGTON (AP)-Up tp a dozen
Uganda police helicopter pilots are
taking a "refresher course" in Texas on
visas obtained from the United States,
the State Department confirmed
yesterday.
The training is at the Bell Helicopter
Co. school at Fort Worth for pilots using
civilian models sold to Uganda up to
1971.
WHILE the pilots will be permitted to
complete the course, a department
spokesman, John Trattner, said, "We
are tightening up procedures" on visas
for Ugandans.
The United States has no aid
programs for Uganda, but American
coffee companies paid an estimated
$150 million for Ugandan coffee in the
first six months of this year. The coffee
money is Ugandan President Idi
Amin's principal source of foreign rev-
enue.
The State Department spokesman said
there is no U.S. government "in-
volvement" in the training of the pilots.
He said their visas were issued at a U.S.
field post, possibly in Nairobi, but
American officials using "their own
discretion."
TRAVEL by Ugandans to the United
States is "possibly incompatible" with
Uganda's record on human rights and

therefore the procedures will be
tightened up, the spokesman added.
The training was described as routine
customer service by Bell. Another firm,
Bell Agusta of Italy, has sold Uganda
military versions of the helicopters.
Department officials said they first
learned of the training at Fort Worth
from press reports last week. Had the
department known about the visas in
advance "my guess is that we would
have reviewed them very seriously,"
Trattner said.
REP. DONALD PEASE, (D-Ohio), a
member of the House International
Relations committee, has introduced a
bill to bar the import of Ugandan cof-
fee. The State Department has
discouraged the move.
Douglas Bennet Jr., assistant
secretary for congressional relations,
wrote Pease in September that the ad-
ministration supports "free trade" in
most instances and doubted a boycott
would be effective.
Thirty members of the House have
pledged their support for Pease's
legislative drive.
Meanwhile, the State Department
confirmed that an American firm,
Harris Corp. of Florida, had sold Ugan-
da equipment fpr a' communications
satellite ground system. Officials did
not have the date of sale, but it was
during Amin's reign.

The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, November 8, 1977-Page 3
DR. ALBERT FEUERWERKER
Director of the Center for Chinese Studies
will present a lecture on
Friday, Nov. 11-8 p.m.
"China In the Last Quarterr
Of the 20th eCetu /
the third in the 1977 Distinguished Faculty eries
sponsored by the
Ecumenical Campus Center
921 CHURCH
Dr. Feuerwerker visited China during the summer of 1977 as a member of
a delegation of the Committee on Scholarly Communication with the
People's Republic of China. His lecture will be held at the Ecumenical
Center. All interested persons are invited.

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