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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 24, 1972

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, March 24, 1972

ATTY. GEN. POST:
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Fifth ward council candidates clash

(Continued from Page 1)

Ann Arbor's traditionally high

patterned after a plan in Califor- rents have proved a hardship to
nia whereby each family pays a many students and lower income
single yearly sum-graduated by residents.
I -le1Ien st- action income-and receives medical care Fairbanks says he feels the mat-
for that year at no additional cost. ter of controlling rent is largely
WASHINGTON (,') - Mike indicated Mansfield had not asked The candidates again differ on the business of the property man-
Mansfield (D-Mont.), said yes- for straight approval or disapprov- the issue of how much control cit- agement committee of the city's,
terday he will delay a Senate vote al of the nomination. izens should have over the police Board of Realtors, and opposes
force. city council imposed rent con-j
on the nomination of Richard Three weeks ago the commit- .trols.
Kleindienst as attorney general tee approved the nomination by Burghardt favors creation of a S
until the Judiciary Committee a unanimous vote, before the pub- citizen police board in each Saying " something has to be
makes some kind of new recom- lication of the alleged memo. neighborhood saying police policylgdsd avorsentecc
mendation. Mansfield said he wanted the is at present determined by too trots if allowed by the statecon-
The committee is currently in- committee to "give us advice on few people. Mogdis says he wouldstout
vestigating a link charged by syn- what the Senate should do". He go along with such a proposal ifBurghardt says notonly rent
dicated columnist Jack Anderson recommended some possibilities the boards were assigned "a well controls but profit controls are
between the out-of-court settle- including reaffirmation of the defined role." needed to keep rents down.
ment of three anti-trust suits original vote, a statement that Fairbanks says present griev- For lower income families, the
against International Telephone nothing indicating any wrongdo- ance procedures are adequate. city has established a program of!
and Telegraph Corp. (ITT) and a ing had been uncovered or a re- Much of the criticism directed public housing on a "scattered-
pledge by the conglomerate to un- Quest to Mansfield that the nom- at the police has come over the site" basis.
derwrite part of next summer's ination itself be returned to com- issue of drug arrests.
Republican National Convention. mittee. Mogdis says he would favor the The Ecology Center this week is
Anderson published a. memo al- Sentiments expressed so far by legalization of marijuana "if it sponsoring arecycling drive aimed
legedly written by ITT lobbyist both Democratic and Republican has no effect in increasing the at collecting paper, magazines
Dita Beard which established the committee members indicated use of harder drugs." bottles, and cans. Interested per-
link. Beard has denied writing the Kleindienst would again win their sons can bring their recyclable
memo, approval not unanimously Burghardt would legalize all refuse to 1965 S. Industrial High-
o thoughndrugs with government control way this Wednesday through Sat-
Klendienst, deputy attorney as before. ' of addictive drugs. Such control, urday, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
general at the time of the settle- Eastland said he was agreeable she says, would relieve addicts ofrto
ment, has denied playing any im- to some form of new vote. the necessity to steal to support Tne newper s dmagszine
proper role in the settlement. He also rejected a request by their habits and insure the pur- bundle newspapers and magazines
Judiciary committee Chairman Sen. John Tunney (D-Calif.), that ity of the drugs, separately. In addition, bottles
James Eastland '(D-Miss.), said the committee's inquiry be broad-mutbsoedyclranal
ed -s nedintoifemagazine's charges Fairbanks, while saying his must be sorted by color and all
he would arrange a new vote, butenditLiemgze'chrs
that the Nixon administration mind isn't closed on the subject, metal rings removed. Cans must
killed an investigation into Re- opposes legalization of pot at this have all labels removed, and be
publican political contributions in time. rinsed and flattened.
California. Another issue of special con-
Eastland said "I don't see where I cern to students is rents and
the Life charges involve Klein- housing.
dienst." ----T----E--"T"E-"

Both Mogdis and Burghardt fa-
vor the expansion of this program
while Fairbanks feels it has
worked a special hardship on his
ward which he claims has had
"more than its share" of public
housing.

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