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Tuesday, May 25, 197

TEMCHIGAN IL

Page Seven

Tuesday, May 25, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

DEMONSTRATORS PROTEST
Council delays on Model Cities

(Continued from Page 1)
sit-in by the Ann Arbor Black
Contractors association. The as-
sociation is "fully supporting"
Grubbs, as well as protesting the
Model Cities Corporation non-
recognition of them.
The legal services program
would include a "legal defender
program", which would work to
improve the administration of
justice to residents of the Model
Cities Neighborhood, to increase
awareness among citizens of their
rights as citizens, and to pro-
vide low-cost legal servics on a

priority basis to Model Neigh-
borhood residents.
The bail bond program, in ad-
dition to the goals of the legal
services program would provide
bail bond and release on recog-
nizance services at a reasonable
fee structure on a priority basis
to Model Neighborhood residents.
Improving and providing re-
creation and leisure tine activi-
ties, as well as creating a pro-
cess for experience in decision
making and enhancing the know-
ledge of youth in the Model

Neighborhood area about the
city's various private and public
institutions is the aim of the
youth recreation program.
A proposed zomnmunity insti-
tute would serve students in thc
Model Neighborhood who need
tutorial service and to prepare
dropouts for return to conven-
tional school, as well as to pt e-
pare them for employment.
The goals of the transportation
contract with the Ann Arbor
Community Center would be to
provide transportation for re-
creational, social, cultural, ant
civic events at no cost to the user

The experiment in international liv- and to provide supplemental
Datly Official Bulleti ing, offers many programs of interest t for essential
to students wanting internationai es- transportstson fresniledu-
(Continued from Page 2) per.; ftied wark in social anthro. and cation and employment at a price
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