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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, April 15, 1975

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GOP file suit over election

(Continued from Page 1) vassers hasn't certified the
certificate certifying the pro- newly-elected mayor," he con-
posals and the Council elections, tinued, "it is necessary that the
but not the mayor, and I assume present mayor and Council pre-
Mrs. Forsythe will do the side.
same." "As I'm sure everyone else
Stephenson then issued a state- does, I personally find this situ-
ment, saying, "We in the city ation most untasteful and un-
of, Ann Arbor have just gone pleasant," s a i d Stephenson
through a trying situation." drawing an assortment of vocal
"The problem is not who will dissent from observers.
sit on the mayor's seat," he "Until the courts act, we
added, "but whether the law should cool it-it is now time
governing the state of Michigan to proceed in the business of
will be followed." Stephenson the city," he asserted.
elaborated on the issue of state
law, restating the constitutional A P P A R E N T mayor-elect
provision of "one man -one Wheeler then addressed the
vote," in condemning the multi- crowd, introducing himself as
ple choice vote PV allows. "the successful candidate for
mayor in this current election."
"SINCE THE Board of Can- Prompting scattered applause
from onlookers, Wheeler char-
acterized the present Republi-
can action as "a matter of cir-
TIMOTHY KOCH cumventing and perverting the
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electoral process going on
here."
Delivering a statement on be-
half of the city council Demo-
crats, Councilman Jamie Ken-f
worthy (D-Fourth Ward) said,
"We do not think it is a de-
mocracy when those in power
use their votes and muscle to
keep themselves in power.

tify the mayoral results. City
Councilman Robert Henry (R-
Third Ward) is representing
Stephenson.
"The system is what we're
after in the law suit," Stephen-
son said. "But it's in the hand
of the state judiciary," he add-
ed.
Wheeler asserted, however,

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there's only one mayor, and
that's me."
The Courts will decide on the
matter today starting at 1:30,
with visiting Judge James
Fleming presiding over the
case. Fleming, from Jackson
County, was appointed when
Washtenaw County Judge Wil-
liam Ager refused to hear the
case.
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that "as far as I'm concerned,
"WHAT the Republicans on_--
council and the Republican
members of the Board of Can-
vassers have done in the last I surge
week brings no credit to our
nitxy nt to thnmeais~oe f ta r

city or to tnemseives. It they
don't owe the city an apology,
they at least owe us all a bet-
ter explanation than we have
yet heard.

"It is time that we againI
recognize that there are some
things in politics one just
doesn't do," Kenworthy con-
cluded.
The class action suit filed by
the Democrats requests the

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Court order Jerome Weiss "to dent
forthwith issue to Albert Wheel- ever,
er and all duly elected council medi
members a Certificate of Elec- cabin
tion." Timothy Downs, Peter A
DeLoof and Tom Downs are rep- terda
resenting the Democrats. have

hit Pirnom Penl
(Continued from Page 1) described the mood of the meet-
to Phnom Penh from exile ing as "very serions" and said
eking is now counted "in the objective was to expedite
dpnhours." .ar ional consideration of
and perhaps in holegislation.
Saigon, Premier Nguyen S en. Cifford Case (R-N.J.)
"an named a new govern- trl rennrters that the thrust of
and said it would receive th reetine tivlved the os-
eration from woes of Presi- Oibility of working out legisla-
Nguyen Van Thiel. How- tion on the reqiest of the Presi-
some Thieu opponents im- dent.
ately denounced the new
et. "Wev'vre il1gl neral agree-
nilitarv source said ves- ment in a broad so"se that we
v's big explosion might are eni'g to work out whatever
been a rocket attack on. legishation is necessary," Case
Hoa air base 15 miles said.
of Saigon. Other sources
it might have been a com-
o attack on the capital, B carefulwith fire:
he sound of South Viet-e
se bombers supporting There are babes
rnment troops. n he d
in theWOOds.

THE SUIT filed by Stephen-
son requests that the Court or-
der the Canvassers not to cer-
Treasure Island in San Fran-
cisco Bay is the largest of all,
made-made islands. Constructed
for the 1939 Golden Gate Inter-I
national Exposition, it is now
the command center for the
U.S. Navy in the Pacific The-
ater.

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VTWO ROUNDS of shellfire hit
Bien Hoa airbase earlier in the
day, but there were no reports
of casualties or damage.
Shelling also was reported
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cial capital 40 miles east of Sai-
gon that has been under heavy
attack for almost one week.
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