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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 28, 1975

Final allocation of CDRS delayed

1)
THE DAILY
make
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Hunters

(Continued from Page 1)

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munity agencies in need of
emergency funding.
Agencies designated for the
emergency funding include the
Ann Arbor Child Care and De-,
velopment Center, Ozone House,
Women's Crisis Center, the
Anti-Rape Advisory Committee
and the Ecology Recycling Cen-
ter.
THE CDRS proposal which
Council will discuss with the
HUD representative tomorrow,
and which members will vote
on next Monday, was offered
by Wheeler last Monday but
tabled at Council's request to

thoroughly study the plan. significantly" from those pro- neighborhood development ac-
Wheeler's proposal, the latest' posed by the 30-member citi- tivities, $620,000 for community
in a series of revenue sharing ! zens advisory committee for public services, $125,000 for
plans which have been consist- CDRS. management, planning and
ently nixed by Council, appears The plan recommends allo- evaluation, and the remaining
to have garnered support from cating $1.5 million to physical $160,000 to contingency.
all three political factions. -- - -
Couscilman Robert Henry ! SERVICE RESUMED Air Lines began service between
(R-Third Ward) told Wheeler T A I P E I, Taiwan (UPI) - Tokyo and Peking.
last week that the proposal "ap- Service by Japanese air carriers The dispute was settled earlier
pears to basically go along to Taiwan has resumed after a this summer, and China Air
with what we've (the Republi- 17-month lapse. Lines resumed flights to Tokyo
cans) decided on," and shouldI The Taiwan-based Nationalist Aug. 10. Japan Asia Airways, a
the GOP support the plan, it ? Chinese government had can- subsidiary of JAL, landed its
will almost certainly be ap- celled landing rights after Japan first jetliner in Taipei Sept. 15.
proved. - - - ----- -- --
THE PROPOSAL'S categori-
cal dollar allocations, according Join The a Dt y Staff
to the mayor, "do not differ j

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Student govt. reps
seek fee rollbacks
(Continued from Page 1) ; the students paying more."
DELEGATES engaged in a "If they increase our budgets,
round of arguments concerning we have to make sure it sticks,"
Sthe direction they want SALT' said one delegate, citing an
to take as a state organization, alleged government ploy of cut-
but all agreed that SALT will ting the budgets- "by chunks"
have to take positions on state after election day.
issues if they want to maintain However, the students readily
a statewide status. admit a lack' of knowledge of
Members also advocated co- school budgets and expressed
ordination of efforts with those caution against being outclassed
of PIRGIM and the Michigan by the legislators in Lansing.
Higher Education Student Asso- "WHAT WE are experts on,"
ciation (MESA) in the areas Mitchell told the gathering, "is
with which SALT's concerned. what's going on in the class-
MESA, according to Mitchell, is room." He urged the members
an organization concerned with to give "a student's perspec-
all aspects of higher education tive" on what's happening at
in the state. their schools.
But what appeared paramount During the closed first half of
to the students are the upcom- the meeting, students discussed
ing appointments each partici- their progress over the last two
pating university has with the weeks as well as plans for the
State Appropriations Committee future.
in Lansing to discuss school Mitchell and Lark today go
budgets. before Richard Kennedy, Uni-
"THE BUDGET is a top pri- versity Vice President for state
ority," said Mitchell. "We want relations, to d i s c u s s specific
to make sure less money is budgetary. matters such as the
spent, but see that our programs amount of money being spent on
stay on the same level without undergraduate students com-
pared to graduates.
"THEY (graduates) are pay-
ing slightly more in tuition but
are getting twice as much spent
on them than undergrads," said
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