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Big jump
(Continued from Page l)
and personal well-being of the medical
students involved."
THE STUDENTS, wearing white hos-
pital coats, asked that their tuition be
raised only to cover the cost of inflation.
Regents Robert Nederlander (D-
Detroit), who, along with all other
Regents, expressed sympathy for the
medical students, said it was fair "to
-assume that the tuition at the Univer-
sity will increase this year and each
year thereafter." He said the reason for
Chilean
sought
(Continued from Page )
an agent for the former Chilean secret
police. Townley was expelled from
Chile last month after the United States
reportedly brought diplomatic pressure
on the Chilean government.
The government has alleged that
Townely helped recruit the Cuban
exiles in thekilling of Letelier.
TOWNLEY'S WIFE, Mariana
Callejas de Townley, has said that
Townley is cooperating with the
American government and she
presumes has named Contreras as a
conspirator in Letelier's death.
Contreras was forced into reirement
earlier this year by Chilean President
Augusto Pinochet. Pinochet has
publicly denied any role in the
assassination of Letelier and is under-
stood to be cooperating in the U.S. in-
vestigation.
Letelier was Chilean ambassador to
the United States for the government of
the late Salvador Allende, the first
democratically elected Marxist chief of
state in the Western Hemisphere.
Allende died when his government was
overthrown ina 1973 coup.
At the time of his death, Letelier was
living in exile in the United States and
was trying to rally opposition to
Pinochet's military junta that overthre
Allende.
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EveryOc y Of The Week
ALL YOU CAN EAT
Adults Children
unde 9
SUNDAY-
Italian Buffet.......3.95 2.25
MONDAY-
Spaghetti.........2.50 1.65.
with Meatballs $1.75 extra
TUESDAY-
Smorgasbord ..... 3.75 2.25
WEDNESDAY-
Seafood Buffet..... 4.25 2.75
THURSDAY-
Smorgasbord.......3.95 2.25
All above specials include un-
limited trips to our soup and
salad bar
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
The Gslight Band
Ragtime, Gay 90's
Open Sundays of 1:00
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The Michigan Daily-Friday, May 19, 1978-Page 11
in medical tuition draws crowd

the annual increase was lack of state
funding.
Regent Sarah Power (D-Ann Arbor)
said that there are 33 other states in the
country who spend more money on
higher education than Michigan. She
said that only ten years ago, Michigan
was eighth on that list.
Regent_ Thomas Roach (D-Detroit)
agreed with Power's comments. "This
is a real tragedy," he said. "All middle
income students are going to be priced
out of this University." Roach said the
concern of the students should be
"brought directly to bear on the
legislature."
BUT TUITION isn't the only cost
going up on campus. The Regents ap-
proved a plan which will raise the price
of staff-paid parking permit fees by $30
over the next three years.
The present fee of $50 will rise $10 ef-
fective September 1. The fee will be
hiked $10 every year after that until

1980-81. But before the proposal was
passed Nederlander questioned the
need for the increase.
James Brinkerhoff, University vice
president for financial affairs, told
Nederlander the cost of repairs to older
parking structures and general main-
tenance of campus parking facilities
made the increase necessary.
According to brinkerhoff these main-
tainence costs, at least $200,000 last yar,
in addition to the continuing payments
for the hospital parking structure, will
probably keep parking fees rising after
1980.
Before adjourning for dinner the
Regents toured the recreational facility
now being constructed on the Dearborn
campus. The new structure will house
basketball and tennis courts and a ice
hockey arena. The structure is
scheduled for completion before fall
term classes begin.
Today the Regents will begin the day

with a closed session. The Regent will
meet alone with University legal coun-
sel Roderick Daane to discuss a lawsuit
against the Regents by Booth
Newspapers Inc. (The Ann Arbor
News).
The lawsuit was made by the
newspaper in an attempt to open more
Regents' meetings to the press and
public. One point in the lawsuit con-
tested the Regents legal right to hold a
closed meeting about audit reports and
investigations of misuse of University
funds.
The court has ruled recently that
such closed meetings are within the
Regents' legal righ. Tomorrow the
Regents will discuss just such an in-
vestigation into misappropriation of
University funds.
In the open session today, which will
begin in the morning between 9:30 and
10 a.m., the Regents will discuss the
University Hospital budget, and affir-
mative action program staffing.

CITY NOTICE
TRUTH IN RENTING CHARTER AMENDMENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO LANDLORDS OF THE CITY OF ANN ARBOR That the
Truth in Renting Charter Amendment will take effect July 4, 1978. Every. landlord renting a rental unit
located within the City of Ann Arbor must give the tenants of each rental unit a notice in exactly the
following words and word order and following prescribed form:

Some things your landlord writes in the lease or
says to you may not be correct representations of your
rights.
Also you may have rights and duties not mentioned
in your lease. Such rights may include rights to repairs,
rights to withhold rent to get repairs done, and rights to
join a tenants union or to form your own union. Such
duties may include the duty to pay rent due and the
duty not to cause a serious health hazard or damage
beyond reasonable wear and tear.
Additionally some lease clauses may be subject to
differing legal interpretations. If you think that a clause
in your lease or something your landlord says to you is
unfair, you may contact your own lawyer, legal aid
society, or tenants union lawyer for their opinions.

The above example may be clipped for use.
This notice must be included in the lease document or handed to the tenant as a separate notice.
Copies of the entire Amendment are available for twenty cents in The Office of The City Clerk, second
floor, City Hall.

This Notice to be published:
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
May 17, 18, 19, 1978

Authorized by:
Jerome S. Weiss,
City Clerk
R. Bruce Laidlaw,
City Attorney

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