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Saturday, May 22, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Saturay, ay 2, 196 TH MICIGANDAIL.Pag Fiv

Reliable,
TU split
court
decisions
(Continued from Page 3)
to have any long-lasting aft ct
in Ann Arbor we have to get
rent control put with the land
lease." The TU is reluctant to
give in to Epstein's demands of
no rent control.
Raymer contends that, "If the
TU agrees to drop the clause
fixing rent control with the
land, we would agree to meet
at the table again."
In a joint court meeting Wed-
nesday the jury decided to re-
lease $1150 of the $1580 with-
held by the tenants of 620
Chirch. The court also gave the
tenants a $435 rent abatement
and $100 in damages.
RAYMER, IN his final argu-
ment yesterday, stated that,
"Anarchy of the Tenants' Rights
Acts of Michigan," would re-
sult from a verdict in the
tenants' favor, and asked, "How
could anybody rent out a prop-
erty," if the TU prevailed?
Characterizing the withholding
fi rent as a "terrifying weapon
against the landlord," Raymer
sought the release of all $1120
paid to an escrow account dur-
isg the strike.
Brewer countered, stating that
the tenants "stopped paying
rent because of thedeplorable
consitions," sod were justified
in these actions. She added that
if Epstein didn't tie up all her
money in the purchasing ofaaddi-
tional houses she would not be
in a rent strike situation.
UNDERGROUND STORE
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah
UP) - Ajax, now a ghost town,
once boasted the most unusual
mercantile store in the west.
William Ajax founded this
settlement in 1872 near the
town of Tooele, south west of
Salt Lake City. He went to
work digging a store which in
its heyday was said to have a
larger daily sales volume than
any store in Salt Lake City.
The 11,000 - square - foot store,
according to the National Auto-
mobile Club, was completely
subterranean and had a 15-foot
ceiling, alcoves and a mezza-
nine floor.
It offered a wide variety of
merchandise and prospered for
years, but early this century
sales slowed and it went out of
business.
DAY CARE CENTER
OMAHA, Neb. (.P) - An un-
usual day care program has
been initiated at Omaha Hous-
ing Authority's Hilltop - Pleas-
antview Homes.
Under the program, residents
are licensed by the state to pro-
vide day care in their apart-
ments for other residents.
The program is directed by
Family Service of Omaha-Coun-
cil Bluffs, which trains the day
care mothers and provides them
with supplies.
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till 1 am.
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