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Thursday, December 9, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Thursday, December 9, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven
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MISDEMEANOR CASES

Bail

fund proposal awaits vote

By CHARLES STEIN
The Student Government
Council Bail fund, which came
into existence last semester, may
finally be administered if the
council approves a proposal to-
night. The fund would be used
to secure the release of persons
who 'are in the Washtenaw
County Jail for misdemeanors
and are awaiting trial.
A motion establishing the $750
bail fund was passed by coun-
cil last semester, but no pro-
cedure for administering t h e
fund was ever established.
The proposal, to be introduced
by council member Joel Silver-
stein, '73, will call for the for-
mation of a five member bail
committee to administer t h e
funds. The committee would in-
clude the SGC treasurer, o n e
council member, and three oth-

er persons selected by the whole
council.
Once in operation, the com-
mittee will use the funds to post
bail for people who are in the
Washtenaw Council Jail on mis-
demeanor charges. Misdemean-
ors include such crimes as dis-
orderly conduct, driving with-
out a license and runaways.
Under the proposal, no more
than 150hdollars, couldmbe
posted for any one individual,
and no more than $250 could
be put in the fund in any one
month. That $250 could be re-
circulated, however, so that the
total amount of bail during a
given month may far exceed the
initial $250 input.
Also written into the proposal
are provisions that will insure
the proper use of funds. F o r
this reason, the two SOC mem-
bers on the committee would
have the power to take all the
money out of the fund, if they
think the money is not being
used in a prescribed manner.
Students will be given first
priority in the distribution of
the funds, and afterthat the
priorities include former stu-
dents, faculty members, Uni-

bySGC
versity employees, Ann Arbor
residents and finally any per-
son who does not have enough
money to meet bail.I
"The bail fund is council's
first real community-wide ef-
fort," says Silverstein, "be-
cause it serves students as wellj
as community people. I hope it
will be the first of many peo-
ple's institutions that the coun-
cil will establish this term."
Interviews for the three open
seats on the committee will be
conducted tomorrow and pr o-
bably on several other future
dates.
An SGC bail-fund did exist in
past years, but was used only
in cases involving mass student
arrests.

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Possibility of student grocery
store investigated by council

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At their meeting last -Thurs-
day night, Student Government
Council passed a resolution,
making the establishment of a
student grocery store the coun-
cil's number one priority for this
term.
In accordance with the reso-
lution, introduced by council
member John Koza, grad, a
committee was established for
the expressed purpose of invest-
igating the feasibility of t h e
project. Bill Jacobs was named
as its chairman.
Also appointed to the com-
mittee were Dale Oesterle, an
SGC member, Bruce Wilson, an
ex-SGC member, and Doug Rick,
who came within two votes of
winning an SGC seat in the last
election. Six more people will
be named to the committee in
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hopes that they can immediate-

ly begin researching the ques-
tion.
The plan to establish a stu-
dent grocery store grew out of
council's opinion that there are
no low-cost alternatives to ex-
pensive local food stores. Stu-
dents expressed their approval
for the store in the last SGC
election, giving it more votes
than any other potential pro-
ject.
In the next few weeks, t h e
committee will be talking to
people involved in food co-ops
in the Ann Arbor area to ob-
tain information on the kinds of
products the store could s e 11.
The questions of the store's lo-
cation and possible funding pro-
posals for its development will
also be explored.
According to Jacobs, the com-
mittee will try to make a final
report on the feasibility of the
project some time in January.
If the council accepts a recom-
mendation for the store at that

time, a referendum to obtain
funding for the project will be
presented to students early in
February.
"The funding plan," says Jac-
obs, "will probably be similar
to the one that was used for the
bookstore. Students will be ask-
ed to put five or ten dollars in-
to the store on a one time basis,
and hopefully that will provide
us with all the money we need."

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