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TILE MICHIGAN DAILY

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idates for State Senator

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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M.'Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.31

Discuss Issues in Campaign

Richard
Cutler

1) Constitutional revision is an
absolute "must" for Michigan's fu-
ture, The present constitution,
while revised in 1908, is, in es-
sense, a century old. We need
specifically to change 1) the lim-
itations on the state's ability to
borrow money; 2) the earmark-
ing provisions, which have been'
made necessary by the Legisla-
ture's failure to provide adequate-
ly for continuing support of pub-
lic schools and highways; 3) ap-
portionment of legislative seats,
particularly in the Senate; and
4) numerous other points where
legislative responsibility and is-
sues which should be statutory,
rather than constitutional, are
infringed by the present consti-
tution.
2) Yes, but I think we should
recognize that con-con will take
a minimum of 2%/2 years to become
effective, and may take as long
as 5 years. We need action on
many matters sooner than this,
and I think we should amove by
the amendment method while we
are waiting for a new constitu-
tion. I passed con-con petitions,,!
and will vote for it, but feel that
we must not be lulled to sleep
about the need for change while
the con-con process is underway.
I view it as an extra insurance
policy, which will help Michigan
in the future, but stress that we
need considerable change now,
and must not be propagandized
by those who do not really. want
change, and who may use con-
con as an excuse for not moving
immediately.

Stanle
Thae
1) I have favored constitutional
revision for many years. The ma-
jor points requiring review are
the earmarking of funds; stream-
lining the selection and responsi-
bilities of the State Administra-
tive Board, Judicial selection, com-
plete review of all constitutional
boards antl commissions, four year
term for the Governor and pos-
sibly four year staggered term for
the State Senate, power of de-
b a t e for the -Lt. Governor,
strengthening of local government x
and the establishment of a State
Department of Commerce.

RICHARD CUTLER
Democrat

Prof. Richard L. Cutler, of the
psychology d e p ar tment, has
lived in Ann Arbor since 148.
He is a graduate of Three
Rivers (Mich.) High School,
Western Michigan University in
Kalamazoo and the University.
A navy veteran of World War
11, Prof. Cutler is now a part
owner of a small business, in
addition to being on the fac-
ulty.
He is currently the president
of the Dicken School Parent-
Teacher Organization (PTO),
and vice-chairman of the Ann
Arbor City PTO legislative com-
mittee. He is also treasurer of
the Michigan Psychologists As-
sociation and a member of its
legislative committee.

3) The operating budgets should
be increased, as the loss of ex-
pert scientific and professional
personnel will testify. Obviously,
the needs of all segments of the
Michigan educational community
must be considered, and I cannot
commit myself to a redistribution,
without understanding the needs
of Michigan State, Western Mich-
igan, Eastern Michigan, etc., as
well as I do those of the U. of M.
I do feel that the research em-
phasis at Michigan is one which
has to be supported strongly, and
that we need to have a spokes-
man in Lansing who understands
this orientation to scholarship and
research first-hand. Capital pro-
grams have all but ceased in the
past few years, and we must move
immediately on these.
4) I favor comprehensive tax
reform along the lines of the Con-
lin Plan, as originally proposed,
which includes tax relief for bus-
iness, industry, and lower income
groups, based on a State Income
tax. I oppose the sales tax in-
crease because 1) to support it is
to justify the position of the old-
guard State Senate; 2) it strikes
hardest at those who can least
afford to pay; 3) it does not keep'
up in its yield with rising stand-
ards of living; 4) it is not as com-
pletely deductible from the Fed-
eral Income Tax Bill, since the
income tax is levied heaviest upon
individuals to whom a dollar de-
duction from the Federal Tax bill
means more; and 5) because no
other State in the union taxes
food and clothing at the rate of
4%, while 33 others have State
Income taxes.

and provides an important ad-
junct to the student's formal ed-
ucational experience. I think it is
unlikely that private facilities
will develop to meet these needs
in as effective a way. I would hope
that competitive free enterprise
would provide sufficient housing
in the form of rooms and apart-
ments for graduate and married
students.
9) Common sense and the un-
derstanding of practical problems
deriving from my rural back-,
ground; an appreciation of thej
value of competition growing out'
of my experience in business and4
industry; a life-long interest in
people and their problems, which
has found expression in being a
sychologist; training as a scien-
tist, which helps me to approach
issuesirationally and objectively;
a belief that principle in govern-
ment is more important than par-
ty discipline; a vast store of ener-
gy, which I want to use to make
Michigan a happy and prosperous
place to live and work, not sim-
ply in the next two years, but in
our lifetime,
10) Tax reform, giving relief to
older people, business, industry,
and property holders, as well as
to low income groups. I recog-
nize that the price of this is a state
income tax, but I am ready to
support this even though I know
it is unpopular; turning down
the sales tax increase, which, if
passed, will only delay reform by
justifying the position of the
State Senate; providing decent, ra-
tional support of our educational
system from top to bottom, which
I view as a sensible investment
in our future, not a fuzzy-minded
frill; attracting space age indus-
try, so that we do not have to
depend exclusively upon automo-
bile production in the late 60's
and 70's; reapportionment of the
State Senate, and the election of
a young, vigorous Democrat to
the Senate, who will represent a;
progressive point of view, and not
be bound to narrow party line
concepts of government.

2) I do support the constitu-
tional convention method. The
comprehensive approach of the
convention method will result in
a more intensive study of our con-
stitutional requirements, in my
opinion, than would result from
the amendment process. However,
a constitutional convention, is go-
ing to take time and in the in-
terim, the amendment process
will need to be invoked to meet
emergencies.
3) The operating budgets of
our state colleges and universities
will be increased as long as the
population increase continues and
our civilization rises to greater
technological heights in science
and culture. The only questions
are how much and in what way?
It is my belief that theSenator
from this district should cham-
pion the cause of the University
of Michigan. Necessary capital
improvements should be high on
the priority list for future appro-
priations, including those research
facilities the University needs to
maintain its position in the world
of education. Inadequate and ob-
solete equipment discourages the
retention of our most creative
academic minds. The high stand-
ards of our graduate schools re-
quire dependable and continuing
support and we have a special
duty to protect the University so
that it can continue its important
role in internationqJ relations.
A capital outlay increase will be
a priority matter for the next
session of the Legislature. We are
deficit financing at the moment
and the tax picture will deter-
mine our revenues. There will be
a delay if the sales tax increase
fails.
4) I have favored the sales tax
increase because it would give us
Immediate revenue but in no way
do I consider It a cure-all, and
it is quite possible that we will
one day end up with the sales
tax and an income tax.
The State of Michigan is in
dire need of complete tax revision.
Unless the sales tax increase pass-
es, we shall immediately look to
the income tax. I would favor only.
a flat rate income tax. I oppose
the graduated income tax be-
cause it depletes the accumula-
tion of capital, thereby threaten-
ing our economic stability.
A corporate tax should be con-
sidered with a view to lowering
personal property taxes. A cor-
porate income tax would allow us
to make business taxes more equi-
table by eliminating taxes which
do not reflect production.
5) I would favor lowering the
voting age to 19. This seems more
in line with our military require-
ments and educational develop-
ment. I believe that young people
today mature much faster and are
better educated.
6) I accept Rule 9 in principle
but believe that it is illegal and
unconstitutional as legislation by"
decree. I also question the abridge-
ment of a person's right to con-'
tract, as a violation of the con-
stitution and therefore believe the
decision should be left to the
property owner without suffering
damages for acts of his agent.
7) No. Bond issues vary so much
that it is difficult to answer this

STANLEY THAYER
Republican.

Stanley G. Thayer has re-
sided in the Ann Arborsarea
since 1941, practicing law lo-
cally since 1952.
He is a graduate of the Uni-
versity, with a degree in politi-
cal science, and a graduate of
the Law School.
Thayer saw military service
in both World War II and the
Korean War.
He was appointed Justice of
the peace in Ann Arbor Town-
ship in 1947, and he has served
as acting municipal judge in
Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti.
A past chairman of the Wash-
tenaw County Republican Com-
mittee, Thayer is currently ac-
tive in the Lions Club, the Moose
Lodge, and is a member of the
American Bar Association.
question specifically for college
construction. Also, it depends on
what the bond issues cover-con-
struction only or construction plus
operating expenses-the former
actually adding additional oper-
ating expenses. Full faith and
credit bonds are another matter.
I would favor self-liquidating
bond issues. These should also in-
clude utilities, such as heat, light
and gas. At least these added ex-
penses must be faced realistically
from the standpoint of addition-
al general funds.
8) I don't thnk this is really
competition, since there is so much
difference in the facilities, the
control exerted over the students,
etc. I do oppose efforts to elimi-
nate the fraternity and sorority
system. I believe that fraterni-
ties and sororities should be en-
couraged,
9) I am a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan L. S. and A.
where I majored in political sci-
ence (1948). I am a graduate of
the University of Michigan Law
School (1950) and have been a
practicing attorney in the City of'
Ann Arbor for the past eight and
one half years, As a lawyer, I
have worked extensively with the
laws of Michigan. Beyond that, I
have had a lifelong interest in
good government and I strongly
believe that every citizen has a
responsibility to make his contri-
bution toward good government.
10) Complete tax revision and
Michigan's economic stability. I
list these before education, men-
tal health, social aid, highways,
etc., because I believe that our
immediate responsibility is to find
adequate and equitable taxes to
eliminate our present deficit ap-
propriations. Only then can we
hope to find the revenue to meet
the needs of these important gov-
ernmental programs. Complete
tax revision will encourage a larg-
er tax base and will therefore
bring the State more revenue.
STATE SENATOR
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
1.) Do you favor constitu-
tional revision at the present
time? On what ioints?
2.) Do you support the con-
stitutional convention method?
If not, what means do you pro-
pose? t
3.) Should the operating bud-
gets of state colleges and uni-
versities be increased? Is re-
distribution necessary? Should
there be a capital outlay in-
crease?
4.) What means of taxation
do you support to provide new
funds for the state treasurey?
Why?
5.) Do you favor lowering the
state voting age requirement
from 21 years of age?
6.) What is you position on
Rule Nine?
7.) 'Do you believe there
should be a moratorium de-
clared on college construction
in the state? Would you favor
bond issues to provide con-
struction funds?

PERSONAL
BE SLOW BUT SURE and come to
Hillelzapoppin Mass Meeting. F97
THANKSGIVING and Christmas char-
ters have been cancelled on both
Chicago and New York flights, 23
scheduled seats available to New
York, no space on Chicago flight, for
refund or new reservations, call Alva's
Travel Agency, NOrmandy 2-1006 or
come to 300 S. Thayer F69
AESOP SAYS: It is a far, far better
thing to come to Hillelzapoppin Mass
Meeting than to bury your head in
books. F100
PLANNING TO GO HOME Thanksgiv-
ing and Christmas? Make your flight
reservations at Alva's Travel Agency,
300 S. Thayer. The due date for pay-
ment is Nov.1 so you'd betterrHUR-
RYI For information call NOrmandy
2-1006 between 8 A.M, and 6 P.M.
F15
IT'S A ANOWN FACT THAT. .. "Con
duct is three-fourths of our life and
its largect concerpA"
-Matthew Arnold "F99
BE SURE to attend the Student-Facul-
ty Coffee Hour. Nov. 10. 4 p.m. 3rd
floor conference room, Michigan Un-
ion. Free refreshments. F82
FIRESIDE FORUM. Fellowship for single
young adults. "Religion and Poli-
tics," Rev. Eugene Ransom, Sunday,
Nov. 6, 7:30 P.M., First' Methodist
Church, 120 S. State. F89
MONTE CARLO BALL
A Night in Europe F68
ODDITIES ON CAMPUS:The residents
of Mary Markley favor small unit
housing on campus , F98
REWARD for information ,leading to
the return of Wolverine Club bill
boards. Phone NO 5-8215, between 3-5.
F71
LAST FRIDAY, Oct. 28, about 11:15 a.m.
one of our fellow students was in-
volved in an accident on S. University
and Woodiere P1, The student was
driving a red motorcycleuand the
other vehicle was a 1958 Pontiac. As
a result of the accident, the student
is now confined to Univ. Hosp. in
serious condition. Will anyone wit-
nessinig the accident please be good
enough to contact Merv Klein at NO
3-4187 P62
NOV. 6, 7:15 p.m. at Hillel, F102
ENTERTAINMENT at Cafe Promethean
every Friday and Saturday evening.
F106
DON'T BE SOUR GRAPES because you
missed the Hillelzapoppin Mass Meet-
ing. P103
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with word FRONT on cover. Please
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A5
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FOR SALE
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jacket ,and tux. Size 39 long. $20.
NO 5-8247. B56
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(free call). B57
FURNITURE FOR SALE-Beds, bunk
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NO 3-61401. B58
1959 PIXEY TRAILER 21'x8', like new.
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frigerator. Sacrifice at $1,750. Phone
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WOMAN'S Raccoon Coat, size, Medium.
Very good cond. $20. NO 3-5355. B49
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BEFORE you buy a class ring, look at
the official Michigan ring. Burr-Pat-
terson and Auld Co. 1209 South Uni-
versity, NO 8-8887, FF2
BUSINESS SERVICES
MIND A COMPLETE FADE? Purchase
no-doz, coffee, etc., and hope for re-
covery. "Lumbards," 1225 S. Univ. J79
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
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J71
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So you can't afford a live band, Let
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1961

5) Yes. This is really a question of
how you get young people to as-
sume responsibility for their own
behavior and for that of politi-
cians who determine what their
lives will be like, I have always
felt that you do not get respon-
sibility from persons whom you
continue to shepherd, and treat
in a paternalistic way, College
age students are alert, interested,
and, when we give them the
chance, responsible. I think we
should recognize this by giving
them the franchise,
6) I am fully in support of the
intent of Rule 9. My only ques-
tion is concerned with its en-
forceability, which rests upon
proof of conspiracy, and the kind
of proof necessary is very diffi-
cult to get. I would like to see
Rule 9 changed to strike more di-
rectly at persons who are solicit-
ing and propagating prejudiced
attitudes, whether they be realtors
or property owners. The argu-
ihent that Rule 9 is government
by administrative decree is falla-
cious. We have 'Rule 9 because
the Republican controlled Legisla-
ture has failed to act to reduce
housing discrimination.
7) NO!! In effect, we have had
such a moratorium for the past
several years. If the question
means the development of entire-
2y new colleges, then I would want
to limit my support to the devel-
opment of additional community
colleges. But if you mean capital
outlays for new buildings and fa-
cilities at our existing institutions,
then such a moratorium makes no
sense. We badly need new research
facilities, offices, teaching space.

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THREE PROPOSALS:
Michigan Voters To Decide
On Bonds, Taxes, Con-Con
^12

Along with the usual large white
ballot, with candidates from pres-
ident on down listed by party,
and the smaller blue ballot, list-
ing the nonpartisans, the voters
will find a third ballot, calling a
vote on three proposals for the
state of Michigan.
PROPOSAL NO. 1
Proposed amendment to
Article X of the Michigan
Constitution adding Section
28 relative to school bonds
and state loans to school dis-
tricts.
Shall Article X of the Michi-
gan constitution be amended by
adding (a new) Section 28 author-
izing the state to borrow such
amounts as are required on its

Section 23, Article X of the
Michigan Constitution in-
creasing the sales tax limita-
tion,
Shall Section 23, Article X of
the Michigan Constitution be
amended to increase the limita-
tion on the maximum sales tax
rate from three per cent to four
per cent?
PROPOSAL NO. 3
Proposed Amendment to
Section Four, Article XVII of
the Michigan Constitution
relative to constitutional con-
ventions.
. Shall Section Four, Article XVII
of the Michigan Constitution be
amended to provide for submit-
tine the auertin n f e .lln n

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