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Sunday, November 1, 197C

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

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ARM American Revolutionary Media presents
Sunday, Nov. 1
Halloween Film Festival
Akira Kurosawa's
HIGH AND LOW
starring TOSHIRO MIFUNE
"like the best of Hitchcock"
New Yorker
"remarkable; both spine-tingling and compassion-
ate. Bravo!"
N.Y. Times
QFJ(BU (YaIOUSE

Election Pickings

THIS IS your last chance to
pick your winners and vie for the
Cottage Inn American Apple Pie
In order to be in the running-
either to or away from the polit-
ical scene-bring your selections
to 420 Maynard (that's The Daily)
by midnight tomorrow.
MICHIGAN
1. U.S. Senate: Philip A. Har
(D) vs. Lenore Romney (R) pick
percentages
2. Governor: William G. Mii-
ken R) vs. Sander Levin (D) pick
percentages
3. Secretary of State: E m i
Lockwood (R) vs. Richard H. Aus-
tin (D)
4. Attorney General: Frank J
Kelley (D) vs. Wiliam S. Farri
Jr. (R)
1. U.S. House of Representa-
tives, 2nd I District: Marvin L
Esch (R) vs. R. Michael Still-
wagon (D)
6. U.S. House of Representa-
tives, 5th District: Gerald Ford
(R) vs. Jean McKee (D)
7. State Senator, 18th District:
Gilbert Bursley (R) vs. George
Wahr Sallade (D)

3. State Representative, 53rd
District: Raymond J. Smit (R) vs.}
Donald Edgar Koster (D)
9. Members of the Board of Re-
gents of the University of Mich.-
igan, choose two:
paul Brown (D)
James L. Waters (D)
-aul G. Goebel Jr. (R)
Jack H. Shuler (R)
t 10. Parochiaid: yes or no
11. 18-year-old vote: yes or no
12. $100,000,000 in bonds for low;
income housing: yes or no
SENATORIAL
13. California: George Murphy
(R) vs. John Tunney (D)
14. Connecticut: Thomas Dodd
(Ind.) vs. Joseph Duffey (D) vs.!
Lowell Weickei-CRm
15. Illinois: Ralph Smith (R)
vs. Adlai Stevenson III (D)
. .6. Indiana: Vance Hartke (D)
vs. Michael Roudebush (R)
':. Maine: Edmund Muskie (D);
vs. Neil Bishop (R)
18. Maryland: Joseph Tydings
(D> vs. J. Glenn Beall, Jr. (R)
19. Massachusetts: E d w a r d
Kennedy (D) vs. Josiah Spaulding
(R)

20. Minnesota: Hubert H u m-
phery (D) vs. Clark MacGregor
(R)
21. New Jersey: Harrison Wil-
liams, Jr. (I) vs. Nelson Gross
(R)
:2. New York: Charles Goodell
(R) vs. Richard Ottinger (D) vs.
James Buckley (Conservative)
23. Ohio: Howard- Metzenbaum
(D) vs. Robert Taft, Jr. (R)
24. Tennessee: Albert Gore (D)
vs. William Brock (R)
25. Texas: Lloyd Bentsen (D)
vs. George Bush (R)
26. Utah: Frank Moss (D) vs.
Laurence Burton (R)
27. Vermont: Winston P r o u t y
(R , vs. Philip Hoff (D)
28. Virginia: Harry F. Byrd, Jr.
(Id) vs.,Ray Garland (R) vs.
George C. Rawlings (D)
29. Wyoming: Gale McGee (D)
vs. John Wold (R)
GUBERNATORIAL
30. California: Ronald - Reagan
(R) vs. Jesse Unruh (D)
31. New York: Nelson R o c k e-
feller (R) vs. Arthur Goldberg (D)
32. Ohio: John Gilligan (D) vs.
Roger Cloud (R)

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UAC and SI have 16 other flights from which to choose. We
are considering adding a 17th and need your help, we would
like to have a flight to So. America, such as:

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routes

Measure for measure, you can't beat Lord Nelson
for a delicious luncheon or dinner. From English
fish and chips to chicken to all sorts of sandwiches,
Lord Nelson lays out.a grand feast at friendly
prices. The original Lord Nelson's was such
a success, we've ddcided to add a new carry-out
to our domain. And just to celebrate, we're offering
a color TV to the lucky winner of a grand drawing.
Enter by getting your coupon with each dinner or
luncheon at either store. The winner will be
announced on billboard and in store windows. Bring.
your friends. Bring- your family. And have a grand
feast at Lord Nelson's Grand Opening!

h1ouuis Coipfi0:
When you present this at
either Lord Nelson's, you'll
receive an extra coupon for
the color TV drawing with
any luncheon ordinner.
tOne couponl per
luncheon or dinner-
enter as many times as
you like.C

Vote YES on Proposal A
($100,000,000 bond issue for low cost
housing in Michigan)
Vole ESVon Proposal(F
(Glacier annexation-low cost modular
housing)
Vole NO on Proposals E and 6
(Smokler-Popkins and Smokler-Murphy
annexations-mainly middle to high cost
housing)a

dates
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at: UAC-TRAVEL, 2nd Floor
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Sheriff

(PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT)
Advises

Voters

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Harvey Hits Back
At Quenon's Barb

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PAID FOR BY THE AMERICANS FOR DEMOCRATIC ACTION

Sheriff Douglas J. Harvey has!
labeled former Ann Arbor City
Councilman Ernest L. Quenon a
"destructive radical" who seeksl
the undermining of law enforce-{
ment agencies.
Quenon, defeated for re-election!
to the City Council last April, is
now seeking the county Board of
Commissioner seat held by Bent
F. Nielsen. In the audience parti-,
cipation portion of the Board of
Commissioners meeting last week,
Quenon called a trip to Hawaii:
which Harvey and Detective Capt.
Stanton L. Bordine are to make
next month "a boondoggle." The
ex-councilman said he doubted
the county would benefit from the
National Narcotics Enforcement
Conference which the two officers
are to attend.'
"Of course Quenon is saying
anything at this point in a desper-
ate attempt to gain a political of-
fice," Sheriff Harvey said. "But
his real position is on the record:
when a councilman he advocated
disarming police, weakening law
agencies, watering down the law.
Everyone knows what he stands
for. That's why the voters turned
him out last April."

The sheriff said he had had dis-
agreements in the past with Que-
non's opponent, Cmsr. Nielsen.
"But at least Bent was always
a man of principle. He spoke out
on issues because that's the way
he felt about them, those were his
true convictions. I disagreed with
him but I respected him. I can't
say the same for Quenon," Harvey
said.
The sheriff said the Hawaii con-
ference on narcotics will benefit
"all law officers in Washtenaw
County" through the formation of
a special narcotics squad estab-
lished on guide lines given at the
conference, He noted an investi-
gation by commissioners brought
a report from narcotics officials in
Detroit that the Hawaii confer-
ence would materially benefit law
agencies at every level but espec-
ially sheriff's departments.
"So, when Quenon calls this trip
a boondoggle he \doesn't know
what he's talking about," Sheriff
Harvey said.
The above blast by Sheriff
IHarvey appeared, in the Ann
Arbor News on September 21,
1970.

VOTE TUESDAY for the DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES for COUNTY COMMISSIONER:

VANELL WILLIAMS

NELSON K. MEADE

District 5 (1st Ward)

District 8 (3rd Ward)

ERNEST L. QUENON
District 7 (2nd Ward)

GILBERT B. LEE
District 6 (4th Ward)

JOHN P. EVANS

District 4 (5th Ward)

* OPENNESS IN GOVERNMENT
At present much of what the county board does is shrouded
in mystery. Greater openness and broader citizen participa-
tion in board decisions is necessary.

PLANNING
The present board has ignored the pressing need for care-
ful planning to deal with current problems and projected
growth. We will support coordinated planning to promote
a healthy and attractive environment.
* WELFARE
We will take more aggressive action in dealing with the in-
equities in our county and state welfare systems. Greater
emphasis should be placed on adequacy, with dignity and

The statement to which the Sheriff was responding was made
by Mr. Quenon at a meeting of the Washtenaw County Board
of Commissioners. Mr. Quenon said:
1. "No professors of sociology or law, no persons primarily concerned
with civil liberties and no black men have been appointed to the ad-
visory board of the new police academy."
NOTE: Two black men were appointed after Mr. Quenon's criticism.
2. "Two commissioners have dismissed, out-of-hand, consideration of a
set of demands from Blacks United for Liberty and Justice (BULJ), some
f of which are reasonable."

. TAXES

Property is not assessed equally throughout the county. If
property outside Ann Arbor were assessed at the same rate
as Ann Arbor orooertv. badly needed new revenue would

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