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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, November 13, 1976

T U

Reliable start new talks

All TOu an tat aiaa dar
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reasons they lose their stand-
ing under Michigan statutes.
"The Tenants Union is strik-
ing purely for political reasons
and for spite because my cli-
ents would not agree to their I
Israel hits
U.S. role
in UNvote
TEL AVIV, Israel W) - For-
eign Minister Yigal Allon lashed
out at the United States yester-
day for joining in a Security
Council indictment of Israeli
policies in occupied Arab ter-
ritories.
After rejecting two similar
resolutions earlier this year,
the United States joined in a
unanimous Security Council
statement Thursday in. New
York. It deplored Israeli settle-
ments in occupied Arab terri-
tories and any action "which
tinds to chanoe the status" of
Jer'salem, calling such actions
illegal and "an obstacle to
peg^e."
"I AM VERY, very disap-
Poinited" Allon told Ambassa-
dor Malcolm Toon. "I am only
saving good morning out of con-
vention. This is a real blow to
any political progress toward
peace."
Allon added that "in thepast
von managed to defuse this in
the council."
Toon, who was accompanying
12 U. S. congressmen visiting
Israel, was embarrassed by Al-
Ion's anger in front of report-,
ers and cameramen. "We'll
talk about it later," he mutter-
ed.

"If getting decent housing
for the money is what Epstein
calls political, then we're politi-
cal," retorted Jonathan Rose,
a lawyer who works with the
TU. "As to the charge that
we're acting out of spite, that's
defamatory. We have no spite
against Mrs. Epstein - we
just don't like what happens,
to people because of the fact
they get so little for so much."
TU MEMBERS remained
skeptical of Reliable's claimsj
to have effected repairs, be-
cause of what they consider a
shoddy past record.

"Epstein tenants have been An agreement reached between
entitled to hundreds, sometimes TU and Trony Associates in
thousands of dollars because of April contains provisions for
defects in their houses," said rent control, but they are limit-
Rose, "and are entitled to tens ed to one year.
Happenings..

unreasonable demands," Ray- of thousands of dollars in re-
mer concluded.- pir- "

Major complaints, he added,
have included lack of adequate
soundproofing and weather-
proofing, overcrowding, flooded
basements, slow response 'to
repairs, and agents of the land-
lord entering apartments with-
out tenant permission.
RAYMER MAINTAINED,
however, that Reliable's prin-
cipal objection to TU's spring
proposals was the issue of rent
control and declared that Re-
liable will oppose any future
rent controls bound to the pro-
perty (i.e., those which pass
from one tenant to the next).

(Continued from Page 3)

to this idle-rich reasoning six

Million dollar scra heap
This U.S. F14 Tomcat, which went to the bottom of the North Atlantic after plunging off the deck
of an aircraft carrier Sept. 14, is lifted from the sea by a West German salvage ship Thursday.
The jet fighter was minus its landing gear and right wing; its recovery ended a two-month ef-
fort that cost the U. S. Navy $1.7 million.
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