Thursday, September 9, 1976
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, September 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Ntn~'
cuts child care center staffs
By LANI JORDAN
Due to a recent University
budget cut, many local child-
care centers will find them-
selves short of valuable volun-
teer workers this fall.
The Childcare Development
Training and Placement Pro-
gram which offers credit to stu-
dents in exchange for their vol-
untary services is being forced
SPONSORED by Project Com-
munity, the program provides
an opportunity for students to
work with children in hospitals,
daycare centers and with dis-
"Student volunteers, with their
energy and enthusiasm are a
way that centers can make a
go of it," said Barbara Nut-
ter, student services assistant
for Project Community. "I feel
that the centers receiving stu-
dent hours deserve better (than
having volunteer help cut
Nutter is currently trying to
develop alternative funding for
the. program but has nothing
definite ,at this point. "We may
be funded for one year in the
fall, but after that we'll be in
the same situation-no money."
SHE ADDED, "This (alterna-
tive funding) doesn't erase the
University's responsibility to
students and the community."
While Project Community pro-
gram has been cut, another -
a multi-cultural day care cen-
ter - sponsored by the early
childhood education division of
the School of Education and
the International Center, will
begin operation in September.
This center, located at Madelyn
Pound House on Hill St. at East
University, has been in the
works- for more than three
years. Long desired by many
members of the University com-
munity, it has only recently be-
come a reality.
The goal of the Pound House
center is to provide 'a balance
of free play and planned activi-
ty (with a focus on learning
about various cultures) to the
children of University students,
staff and faculty.
A LARGE PART of the cen-
ter's 26 child capacity is antici-
pated to be children of foreign
students, due partly to the spon-
sorship of the International Cen-
ter. Some language work will
also be provided.
According to Pearl Axelrod,
acting chairman of the interim
board of Pound House, two ses-1 the center are decided by a en's program coordinator, Gale
sions will be provided each day; board of parents and Univer- Resnik. "But it is not a replac-
one from 7:45 until 1:45 and a sity faculty. Plans are to op- able project."
longer session starting at 7:45 erate the self-supporting center "Childcare is difficult enough
and running until 3:15. on a sliding fee basis. in Ann Arbor, especially for
"If parents need more ser- Pound house will utilize both students," Resnik continued.
vices the center will help to ar- paid staff and interns in "I'd like to see a stable and
range them," said Axelrod. operation. "We can use some enricineterataPound
Pound house is currently taking of the volunteers for (the now enriching center (at Pound
applications for its first term. defunct) Project Community House) used to best benefit the
POLICIES OF operation for childcare program," said wom- University community."
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miles out of An Arbor in any direction. A
cording to Nemvalts, however, the downtov
and campus regions serve as a central h
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Briarwood Mall, Plymouth Mall, Arborland a
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Packard Road, serving those students and p
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Temvalts estimates that 20 per cent of t
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AATA expanded its Dial-a-Ride service in Ju
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Although the AATA offers no discount policy
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ub "THAT'S OUR only convenience to students,"
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are Area service runs from 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.
weekdays (midnight if you call in advance),
he and from 8 to 6 on weekends. You can learn
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he by calling 973-0300. Three years ago, the AATA
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of the court was based on t h ef
fact that in adopting the new
policy the council did not fol-
low all of the specified contrac-
tual requirements that new poli-
cies be fully and formally dis-
cussed by the union and t h e
council," he added. "I think
if we satisfy the technical re-
quirements there's no basis for
the court to enjoin us."
Even though the new gun pol-
icy is still held up in court Po-
lice Chief Walter Krasny said
the department is "basically
following the old policy."
There were new special train-
ing session to teach the officers
when to shoot.
There was at one point in the,
affair, a possibility that the FBI
would enter the case. MayorI
Wheeler had talked to the fam-
ilies and told them that they
had the right to request a fed-
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