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Traffic plan ripped

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PLACY'HOUSE
lo*At The ann arbor Inn
FRIDAYS -- SATURDAYS AT 8:15
THE MUSICAL HIT

by city residents
(Continued from Page 1) f are - Washtenaw. North of the
tween Washtenaw Ave. and campus is Huron, also wide and
Main St. fast-moving. West of campus is
-irDivision . . . South of campus
Various citizens' groups and there is no such ecological dis-
ndividuals quarreled with sev- aster. Maybe we should com-
eral aspects of the plan. Most! plete the square."
voiced disappointment that the
plan is chiefly concerned with SKLAR ALSO SAID that traf-
accommodating increased car fic on Hill is minimal, and
traffic, and makes few attempts that "the only way you're go-
to provide pedestrian, bicycle, ing to get a traffic jam is by
and mass transit alternatives. iti l 1'.G ThP0n
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Music By HARVEY SCHMIDT

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A representative of the North:
Central Property Owners' As-
sociation, a group that would
be strongly affected by the pro-
posed Fuller St. changes, de-
clared that the planners had
shown "a lack of honesty and
sensitivity to the real needs of
the people," and asked "what
kind of plastic surgery has toj
be done . . . to make the links
that smother those who have
to live on the fringe?"
SEEA 1Ii( aoa

w aenng i O u lake . e
maybe you'll attract enough
cars to jam it up."
The city Planning Commission
will consider the public com-
ments on the plan and submit
it to City Council.

FRI.-SAT.$
FRONT HALL RECORD'S
BOB
WHITE
FOLK, COUNTRY

$2.50 '

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SEVERAL OTHERS advoca-
ted encouragement of car pools
and establishment of "park and
drive" operations, which trans-
port people from their cars atE
the outskirts of the business dis-
tricts to wherever they wanted!
within.

BOWL
at that
special
out-of-the
way place
UNION LANES

his music plain as
grass, pretty as a new
gold watch"
... captures the deepest
feelings of people .
Mich. Daily

1421 HILL

8:30 P.M.

761-1451

GEO extends contract
galLks deiadlin two . ekPs

CREDIT AMERICA Said a member of the Burns
NEW HYDE PARK, N.Y. (A) Park Community Association,
-A new educational motion pic- "We wish to know if the Com-
ture, "People," says Americans mission believes that motor traf-
are mobile, restless and willing fic will expand endlessly. Does
to bet on the future. They also it peak in 30 years? Fifty
carry 300 million credit cards. years?"

Now

(Continued from Page 1) continued, "that people are
WHILE THE rank and file solidly behind the issues and'
passed motion to weaken their are willing to fight for what
demands on two of the less they believe in."
controversial issues, TA train- And they may very well
ing and curriculum input, the stage that fight by November
University was unmoved. . 1.
"You can't change one thing

-vv v v "'v The film is part of the Ameri-'
can Enterprise series of fiveI
"It didn't get them what they films that is available, free ofi
wanted last time," he added, charge, for screenings by
"and it won't this time either." school and community groups,
Citing economic issues as an through Modern Talking Pic-
examples of what they won'tutre Service, 2323 New Hyde
get, the University's chief bar- Park Road, New Hyde Park,0
gainer stated, "They're asking N
well over 30 per cent for thej

Lawrence Sklar made a plea
to keep Hill St. only. two lanes
wide. He suggested that the Hill
proposal is "some kind of tri-
umph of geometry over people.I
East of the campus you have
a wide, fast-moving thorough-

THE
ARAB-ISRAEL CONFLICT
"PROSPECTS FOR WAR & PEACE"
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8,
3-5 p.m., LANE HALL 200

here one thing there, you need
the whole thing," Lemmer re-
torted.
But union leaders appear
pleased with the solidarity
displayed by the membership.
GEO TREASURER Barbara
Weinstein said, "I think it was
a good turnout that shows that
people are interested. There
were a lot of new faces out
there tonight and hat's good to
see.
"I thought it indicated," she
UAW,
Ford

THE PLAN, as outlined by first year when other unions on
GEO member Bob Lieberman, campus are only getting five'
calls for the next two weeks to per cent . . . They (GEO) must!
be a period of mobilization and: recognize that they're going to:
education. On October 19, if a come to an economic agree-
settlement has not yet been ment and it's going to be fivej
reached, the forces will again per cent."
assemble to consider the pos-
sibility of a strike. If reaction FOR THE next fourteen days.
favors a walk-out, a referen- union members have been ask'
dum will be circulated to all i ed to "get out and inform peo-
graduate student assistants ple on the issues." They will be
(GSA's) and one week later - talking with undergraduates:
one day after pay-day - the both before and after classes.
decidin- ballots will be cast. as well as working to drum upI
strike support among their col-
FORSYTH, meanwhile, re- leagues.
flecting on the past said, "It Alternatives to bargaining,
seems they're (GEO) bound to binding arbitration and strike
have history repeat itself - to were fact-finding and GSA with-
follow the same script they h o 1 d i n g of undergradu-I
wrote last time. ate grades.

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(Continued from Page 1)

STUDENTS FOR

THE STRIKE was beginning
to take its toll on Ford sales.
The company reported 0.4 per
cent decline in September 21-30
sales and its market share
dropped to 21 per cent. The
company still had about 540,000
cars and trucks at dealerships,
but executives said it was hard
to get customers to come in
during a strike because the
prospective buyers assumed
there would be a shortage of
vehicles.
The strike cost Ford produc-
tion of 90,000 cars and 25,000
trucks last month, revenue of
605 million dollars and earnings
of 55 million dollars. Workers
lost about eight million dollars
a day in wages.

HENRY T. CONLIN
CANDIDATE FOR

Circuit Judge

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