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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday; April 2, 1,972

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, April 2, 1972

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While other candidates have been attacking Burnham,

Here's

what Tom has been saying:

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ECOLOGY

Think
VOTE

About

It

DRUGS and POT

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"Ecology is a subject
often talked about but
seldom acted upon. A_
typical example is the t
much talked a b o ut
idea of a city wide re-
cycling's y s t e m with
c u r b s i d e pick-up.
Everybody seems to be
in favor of the con-
cept, but no one has
suggested where the
Ecology Center or the
city of Ann Arbor is to *
come up with the funds
to purchase the need-
ed equipment to run Burnham t a1I k s with Sen.
such a system. I start- Stafford of Vermontabout
a g r a n t for the ecology
ed to investigate this center.
problem several
months ago and negotiated with the Ecol-
ogy Center and Congressman Esch about
legislation which would provide a grant
for such a city wide recycling system.
Progress on such legislation has been so
good that several weeks ago I traveled
to Washington to speak with Doug Fair-
banks of the Environmental Protection
Agency and lobby for Congressional ac-
tion with Congressman Esch and environ-
metalists: Congressman Ruppe of Mich-
igan and Senator Stafford of Vermont. I
feel very confident the needed legislation
is soon coming.
"I realize that actually doing something
is out of step with ordinary campaign
techniques. Candidates are only supposed
to make promises. But I much prefer ac-
tion to rhetoric and I think Ann Arbor's
citizens do also."
x TOM BURNHAM
City Council 2nd Word

T OMO RROW

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Because recent attempts to term Tom Burnham a "big landlord"
are completely inaccurate, we feel compelled to let the public know
the truth. Tom Burnham is no more than a student manager of our
building-Park Plaza. He, like many of us, is just trying to work his
way through school . . . Since we have lived in Park Plaza, we want
you to know that Tom is a great manager. He has a sincere interest
in his tenants' needs. We think tenants in this town need a council-
man who has an inside knowledge of tenant problems and has work-
ed to solve them. That's why we are ...
nants for Burnham

"There must be a more
positive relationship
between drug penal-
ties and drug treat-
ment. I am convinced
that criminal incarcer-
ation without appro-
priate treatment has
p r o Y e n ineffective
both in detering drug
related crime and in
meeting the h u m a n
needs of drug addicts.
We must take advant-
age of federal funds
to establish a compre-
hensive d r u g treat -
ment program intthis
city. Furthermore we
should consider drug
users as persons in
need of medical help,
not criminal records.

VOTE
APRIL 3

Leona Webb
Doug Hanze
Lynn Fager
Terry McCormick
Debrah Hartwick
Trudy Harrison
James Read
Joe Molloure
Rick Bailey
James Hayword
Mike Palma
Bruce Weny
Cheryl Owen
Bruce Day
Ce Anne Zaboski
Roberta Noss
George Fieler
Rich Valentine
Greg Schiller
Bob Baumgartner
Ernie Sharpe
Mary Fischer
Andrea Young

Don Wayne
Bonnie Bacon
William Meyer
Michael Williams
Martha Wolf
Tedd Bean
Glenn Malstrom
Donald Blum
Karlyn Louckes
David Young
Stephonie Pfaff
Gloria Butler
Thomas Smith
Steven Repasky
Glenn Biedron
John McPherson
D. Hammer
Robert Goldberg
Ray McCullough
Bruce Curtis
Mary Grimmelsman
David Spink
Larry Ethridge

Jane Olender
Dick Ravreby
Susan Schwenk
Laurie Sanders
Ellen Pfaenatner
Diane Smith
Jim Christopher*
Gary Lesko
Bob Wheelock
Ray Stakenas
Steve Lennex
Dave Silvester
Aaron Kirkemo
Bruce Weny
David Taliaferro
Bill Oberling
Dan Thompson
Ray Hatch
Sheila Gisser
Randy Young
Dave Fischer
Cathy Andrea
Jerry Miklos

Carol Smith
Teresa Bonich
Julie Fischer
Rhonda Speert
David Katz
Greg Malacky
Hans Nearhoff
Alyce Bernard
Jim Monson
Jo Anne Elk
Barbara Barnard
Chuck Bloser
Patrick Clark
Gayle Crick
Beth Evanie
Ken Berneis
Bob Murphy
Chris Hayhurst
John Zielinski
Craig Hufnagel
David Covert
Marie Fredendall
Dave Fran

"In light of the recent Presidential report,
there seems to be no medical reason for the
continuation of laws making the use of mari-
juana illegal. It should be regulated in the
same manner as alcohol."
Gj TOM BURNHAM
City Council 2nd Word
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X TOM BURNHAM
CITY COUNCIL 2nd Ward

Paid Political Advertisement

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Promises, Promises!

"Students have been promised repre-
sentation on the city council for years.
It is a promise that non-student coun-
cilmen have seldom kept. The time has
come to put the voice of a student and
not the promise of a student voice in
city government. I am a student, know
students and will speak for the stu-
dents on city council. Vote for me on
April 3rd and put a voice, not a
promise, on the city council."

Think
About
It
VOTE
Tomorrow

TRANSPORTA TION
Isupport a mass transportation
system which concentrates on service
to the lower income neighborhoods.
There should be bicycle paths be-
tween campus and student housing.
East U. and South U. should be trans-
formed into tree lined malls."
VOTE
APRIL 3
rx Tnm R1rnkam

VOTE

APRIL 3
re Tnm Rurnham

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