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October 22, 1978 - Image 2

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Greene fundraiser turns
into lighthearted evening

By AMY SALTZMAN
"What did the candidates do to
deserve this tonight?" asked State
Representative Perry Bullard, one of
the speakers at Friday evening's
"Earle Greene for Congress" fun-
draiser. "It might as well be a roast -
we probably deserve it."
( : LHWI6ffryV I7,
It was an evening which featured
state senatorial candidate Ed Pierce
telling a joke about a girl with a banana
in her ear and former Fourth Ward City
Councilman Jamie Kenworthy
describing the red and pink decor of the
banquet facility as "early American
whorehouse."
IT WAS ALSO a serious gathering of
local Democrats at Roma Hall to
promote the party and Earl Greene, a
candidate for the Second District
congressional seat.
The Democrats even brought in a
University economist, Harvey Brazer,
to deliver a serious keynote address on
the implications of the various tax
proposals on the November ballot.
Maybe it was the background music
interlaced with the rock 'n' roll seeping
through from a gathering in the next

room. Whatever the reasons, and
although there was an occasional lapse
into topics like representative
democracy and party unity, the
evening remained remarkably light
and jovial.
Despite the lightheartedness of those
around him, Earl Greene appeared to
take the evening very seriously as he
continued his attack on incumbent
Republican Congressman Carl Pur-
sell's record, the major issue of his
campaign.
"Pursell's record is almost
schizophrenic, friends," said Greene.
Green stressed the need for party
unity in the coming electin. "The
largest enemy we have is ourselves. If
we pull together we will have a
Democratic victory in November," he
said.
Harvey Brazer began his talk on a
lighter note. "I've never given a
political speech in my life," the Univer-
sity economics professor told the
audience.
Brazer went on to give a podium-
pounding oration on the need for
representative democracy. Then, it
suddenly hit him. "I'm making a
political speech, aren't I?" he said.
BRAZER NEXT turned his attentions
to a serious and technical analysis of
the tax proposals. He said the main

problem with the proposals - and the
reason for their apparent popularity -
is that no one really understands them.
"No one in the world knows what
we're doing if we vote yes on Headlee,'!
explained Brazer. Earl Greene has
come out in favor of the Headlee tax
limitation proposal, and conspicuously
Those of you associate
with the local government
might want to find a bet'
ter place to be if the (tax)
proposals pass.'
-University economist
Harvey Brazer
refrained from applauding with the rest
at Brazer's biting attacks on Headlee.
According to Brazer, if all the
proposals did pass, there would be an 80
per cent property tax deduction.
"Those of you associated with the local
government might want to find a bette
place to.be if all the proposals pass,"
said Brazer.
A number of those in the audience
associated with the local government
only smiled.

G imnee an F Daily Photo by ANDY FREEBERG
The Henry Ford II High School Marching Band formed its favorite letter in the stands of Michigan Stadium yesterday.
High school marching bands from all over the state gathered at the stadium for the first annual Michigan Band Day compe-
tition.
Goals Vital to successful women

By BETH ROSENBERG
If you write your own obituary, then
you have a better chance of deter-
mining what to do with your life, says
BOLD
Dave Van Ronk
Appearing at the
"UNION STREET BAR"
Monday, Oct. 23 &
Tuesday, Oct. 24
4145 Woodward, Detroit
near Wayne State University
For info: 831-3965

Charlotte Newhouser, head of the
business administration and economics
department at Madonna College in
Livonia.
Newhouser spoke yesterday at the
Briarwood Hilton to 100 women as part
of Dialogue '78, a seminar on women in,
business sponsored by the Ann Arbor
chapter of the American Business
Women's Association.
MEN SEEM to have a clearer under-
standing of where their careers are
going, Newhouser explained. Women
usually haven't thought about goals, or
else are afraid to take risks, she added.
Newhouser outlined management by
objectives (MBO), a philosophy and at-
titude of mind, which is a process with
four steps: objective setting, plan of ac-

tion development, performance
measuring, and corrective action.
If women use MBO, Newhouser
stated, they stand a better chance of
being promoted into management
positions.
"MBO IS FOR the person planning to
(fully) function in his job. You're really
managing your own job by your objec-
tices," she said.
Close contact between employer and
employee is necessary for both parties
to reach optimum potential on the job,
she said. If employees are given more
responsibility they will work harder,
and will benefit even more from direct
feedback, she added.
Newhouser stressed that to move up
in a field, a person must be willing to
take a risk, understand that risk, and
not be afraid to go out on a limb to
achieve a goal.

Navy divers search for 11 lost
in sunken Coast Guard cutter

REEDVILLE, Va. (AP)-Navy scuba divers probed the
depths of Chesapeake Bay yesterday in search of 11 men
feared dead in the hull of a Coast Guard cutter that sunk after
colliding with an Argentine coal freighter.
Officials held out hope the missing crewmen reached air-
pockets left when the cutter Cuyahoga capsized "like a paper
cup" while on a training mission Friday night off Smith
Point.
BUT THE FIRST divers on the scene said there were "no
signs of life," said Coast Guard spokesman Cmdr. Jack Gold-

thrope. "The conditions are very, very bad," he said.
Eighteen crewmen were pulled from the water after the
125-foot cutter collided with the-521-foot Argentine collier and
sank in about 57 feet of water about four miles from here,
near the Maryland-Virginia border..
None of the 37 crewmen aboard the Santa Cruz were in
jured, said Ben Wilson, a Baltimore shipping agent. Th
'collier had left Baltimore with a load of coal en route to
Brazil when the collision occurred, authorities said.

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(Continued from Page 1)
BUCHANAN, however, said that
Bullard's stand shows he is a
"hypocrite" when it comes to
marijuana.
"He talks about decriminalization,
but it's still a crime. I would legalize it
with government regulation similar to
that of the.regulation of alcohol," he
said. "This way you could keep it away
from minors. But you'll always have
people using it - this way, you'd have a
better chance of keeping it away. I'd
like to keep the criminal element out of
it altogether."
The contenders also disagree on
whether the University should divest its
holdings in corporations operating in
South Africa. Bullard is sponsoring a

bill - currently on the House floor - to
amend the state civil rights act,
prohibiting investments by any
educational institutions in countries
which legally require discrimination.
"I THINK IT is particularly
important that the money of the
University of Michigan and other public
institutions not be used to support a
racially oppressive government. and
economy," Bullard said.
Buchanan said he agrees with
University President Robben
Fleming's more moderate views
towards South Africa investments.
"I FEEL THAT he's (Fleming)
obviously knowledgeable on the subject
and has said that we don't want to do
that (divest) as it will hurt thb blacks

ACADEMY AWARDS NIGHT
LOWELL SHERMAN

1933

MORNING GLORY
Often cited as Sherman's masterpiece, the story parodies Broadway highlife
through an ambitious young actress fighting to break into New York theatre
scene. "Katherine Hepburn infused the film with such warmth and sincerity
that it was a triumph . . . she glowed with inner fire."-Paul Michael. Witty
and sophisticated in a way that approaches Lubitch's style but with a keen
sense of poignancy. Starring DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, JR. and ADOLPHE
MENJOU. 7:00
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THE APARTMENT
JACK LEMON and SHIRLEY MocLAINE star in this, witty tender comedy about
love and ambition in the world of Big Business. It's one of Wilder's best,
combining his genius for cynicism, pathos and laughter. "That's the way it
crumbles, cookie-wise." Academy Award for Best Picture, Best Diector
and Best Screenplay. Co-starring FRED MacMURRAY as the villain. 9:00

more ... .I agree with his position," amendment) something that's going t
Buchanan stated. force them to look at their programs."
Bullard said he will not vote for any of Buchanan, who has worked for two
the three tax proposals to appear on the years at a local law firm, said his
Nov. 7 ballot. He said they are interest in the state House seat resulted
"potentially very injurious to public from his work on the Gerald Ford
services, including education." presidential campaign and on GOP City
Buchanan, however, said he backs Council campaigns. He has also serve
the Headlee amendment but is against as the Fourth Ward's Republican youth
the Tisch and voucher plans. , chairman.
"ONE OF our biggest problems is Bullard said a desire for better laws
government spending," he said. first motivated him to try for the seat in
"Bullard's government is affecting the 1972.
people and somebody's got to pay for "There were a lot of state laws that
the problems that put a never-ending needed changing and there still are,"
burden on the people. It's the (Headlee) he said.
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