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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 5, 1974

I1

Washtenaw Community College
OFFERS
AUTOMOTIVE MINI, COURSES
AT
Automotive Service Center, 5115 Carpenter Road, Ypsilanti, Mich.

I

LSA keeps 1DECRIMINALIZATION ATTEMPT: Cavanah
languages Hcode revision defeated hints he

A UTO REFINISHING
CUSTOM AUTO PAINTING 040, Part I............

.$20.00

Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, startinq November 7, 1974, for three (3) weeks.
Time: 630v.m.-9:30 p.m.
CUSTOM AUTO PAINTING 040, Part 11.....................$20.00
Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, startinq December 3, 1974, for three (3) weeks.
Time:.6:30 P.m.-9130 p.m.
These classes are for those who have a basic knowledge of automobile refinishing.
Each class meeting will include a demonstration of the following techniques: lacing,
shading, blending, letter patterns, pin striping, metal flgke and candv colors. Students
will be able to work on their own projects.
BASIC TUNE-UP 043 ...................................$20.00
Meets Saturdays, startinq November 9, 1974, for six (6) weeks. Time: 9:00 a.m.
to 12:00 noon.
This class will be involved with the proper installation of plugs, points,,and conden-
sers and the necessary adjustments that go along with the installation of these parts.
The automobile worked on in the class will be pre-1969 and this class will be pre-
requisite to the Advanced Tune-Up class to be offered later. This class assumes a
basic knowledge of the automobile engine.
AUTO MECHANICS
SATURDAY'S MECHANIC FOR WOMEN & MEN 059 .......... $20.00
Meets Saturdays, startinq November 9, 1974, for six (6) weeks. Time; 9:00 a.m.
to 12:00 noon.
This course is an introduction to the basic principles of operation and service of to-
day's automobiles (NOT TO INCLUDE TUNE-UP). Students will be able to perform
Sserviceoperations on their own vehicles. (To include, for example: lubrication, safety
inspection, general vehicle upkeep.
PHONE 434-1555 TO PRE-REGISTER FOR ANY OF THESE CLASSES
YouMust-Be Pre-registered To Attend The Class. Class Size Limited to 18.

(Continued from Page 1)
tion Board to provide counseling
to students with writing prob-
lems.
"IT IS undeniable that the
beneficial effects of freshman
composition do not show in the
junior year," said Grew of the
idea. "The real change we are
proposing is to extend the con-
cern for clear prose throughout
the college years."
He added, "At no time is it
justifiable to say, 'This paper
is illiterate, but I'll give it anI
A."
The faculty took no specific
action on the English board pro-I
posal, however. The other ac-
tions await a vote from the Re-
gents before becoming official
policy.
Wanted:
TEMPORARY
PARENTS
HOMES FOR
TEENAGERS
1 day to 2 weeks
ANY ADULT (S)
CONSIDERED
CALL{
Ozone House
769-6540

By DAVID BURHENN
An ordinance that would re-
move most "victimless crimes":
from the city's disorderly con-
duct code was defeated 6-5 on
first reading last night by City
Council.
The measure, opposed by the
five Republican council mem-
bers and Mayor James Stephen-1
son, will come before council:
again for secondbreading. The
move was sponsored by coun-
cilwoman K a t h y Kozachenko
(HRP-2nd Ward) and supported
by the four Democratic council1
members. It is expected to fail!
again at second reading.
AMONG THE offenses elimi-r
nated from the code if the meas-,
ure passed would be:
-engaging in or soliciting for
prostitution, g a m b i i n g, and

illegal liquor sales; tioning it," he said.
-the sale, printing, or exhib- Kozachenko defended the
iting of pornographic material; measure, saying that while itis
-public intoxication due to eliminated crimes without a vic-
liquor or drugs; tim, the amendments did not
-public begging, and; include offenses "which direct-F
-uttering obscenities in a pub- ly affect people. What this eim- eren ey
lic place. inates," she said, "are offenses
REPUBLICAN opposition to likewhen you and your friends
the amendments was quick and are walikng down the street By CHERYL PILATE
mick (R-5th Ward) declared uhatand soffi er a ones and Core Detr may
"te RPDmorai caltonsoepolice.ofie cms~n Cavanagh has strongly img
was responsible for making Ann arrests you." he will support Human Ri
Arbor the dope caiptal of the According to city attorney Ed P a r t y gubernatorial hop
Midwest. If this passes we will Pear, removal of the offenses Zolton Ferency, although,
be known as Sin City, U.S.A." from the Ann Arbor code would well - known Democrat stop
Councilman Robert Henry (R- not mean the end of enforce- Just short of issuing an ac
3rd Ward) claimed that elimi- ment by city police. Pear said endorsement.
nating the offenses was tanta- that ne?'ly all of the code items In addition, Cavanagh'sy
mount to endorsing them. 'If are also covered by state law, Kathleen indicated yester
you decriminalize a certain and city police are bound to that she fully backs Fere
crime, you are in effect sane- enforce state statutes. and that if her schedule

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permitted it, she would have
worked for him at the polls to-
day.
"I HAD offered to go out to
the polls today for Mr. Ferency
and I am supporting him," she
said.
Meanwhile, t h e Cavanaghs'
shift toward the HRP camp
caused surprise and a little con-
sternation in Sander Levin's
Democratic organization.
"It wasn't really a full en-
dorsement, but there were some
of us who, were surprised,"
comm ented s t a t e Democratic
vicechairwoman Libby May-
nard last night. "But we're too
busy campaigning against Mil-
liken for it to cause any con-
cern.
AFTER LEVIN s o u n d ly
trouced Cavanagh by a 2-1 mar-
gin in the August primary, the
former Detroit mayor called for
party unity and had indicated
that he would support Levin in
his contest against Republican
incumbent William Milliken.
Ferency, who founded HRP in
fall 1970, is former state Demo-
cratic chairman and was that
party's 1966 gubernatorial can-
didate.
Cavanagh's name was first
linked with the HRP candidate
when a small organization call-
ing itself "Labor Democrats to
Elect Zolton Ferency Governor"
announced its existence . Satur-
day.

not just a 10-minute test drive ALTHOUGH Cavanagh was
not formally contacted before
the pro-Ferency group released
T Aft A A E I k D ITasatmn niaigtefor-
TOYvrA-ALFA ROMEO-PEUGOTahDetroitmayor's support,
907 N Mai 7697935he later said that the HRP can-
7 N. Mamn 769-7935 didate has his "sympathy and
respect."
Offer limited to licensed drivers over 21. Each participating dealer reserves the right at his Cavanagh also took the op-
discretion to decline the loan of a demonstrator if the driver's record or other circumstances portunity to level criticism at
render this advisable. the two major party candidates.
"I think he (Ferency) is the
only candidate speaking about
,, _- - -the issues," Cavanagh asserted.
HOWEVER, neither Cava-
nagh nor his wife were willing
to indicate who they would vote
EL.11 I "It is a scret ballot and I
STUD0ENT SPECIALasfortbadan.
don't think I should make it
public," Ms. Cavanagh said.
Ferency has expressed his ap-
preciation of Cavanagh's im-
plied support, which he hopes
ft may help him garner the neces-
sary five per cent of the vote
Efor HRP to assume major party
S~status. ---
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and re-fried beans
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