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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
to - Record city budget proposedoRnngsLeu
Alliance Francoise D'Ann Arbor
preseh
(continued from Page 1) Ann Arbor is get the best building simply used to'balance the budget.
ngag D res le R oman" the budget at its April working we can." $65,000 for an anti-rape package
gage s ession and must take action be- Kozachenko objected most stren also cde the get,
a lecture by NATHAI E SARRA UTE fore May 13. ously, claiming, "I don't think the just as Murray had promised last
a letureby ATHAI ESARRUTEbuilding has any redeeming value." month at a public hearing held on
APR I L 9, 1 974-4:10 P.M THE L I B E R T Y Commercial She added that the, city has many the problem of rape in the city.
Center Plan drew sharp debate other building needs, including Sharp debate is expected on
Lecture Room No. 1 before being ultimately adopted housing, day care centers and wo- the issue beforp it is eventually
)ERN LANGUAGES BLDG. 6-5 by Council. Topics of debate men's centers. resolved. The anti-rape package is
covered the quality of the food to Voicing his opposition, Kenworthy virtually the only new package in
be served at the proposed Burger said, "Each of these site plans
King, the merits of the actual site has gone from the atrocious to the Murray did contend, however,
Klaandwhehertsotheau oste unacceptable. If three of these res- that the level of services provided
plan, and whether the use of the taurants had to be built, I hope for in the budget was equal to the
POWER CENTER land was optimal for the city. two of them go broke." Kenworthy level existing before the spring
Carol Jones (D-Second Ward) voted "no." layoffs the city experienced this
Tuesdav* through SundayC L- _ r_ year.

Tuesday, April 9, 1974

Prosecution

rests in

Boyle trial
(Continued from Page 1)
Each time, Turnblazer replied:
"No sir."
Turnblazer has pleaded guilty to
a federal charge of conspiring to
violate the Yablonskis' civil rights.
BOYLE STARED at Turnblazer
as he testified. Turnblazer did not
look at Boyle.
"Have you pleaded guilty to fed-
eral charges involving your par-
ticination in the murder of Joseph
Yablonski?" Sprague asked.
"Yes sir," Turnblazer replied.
"There are three state murder
warrants outstanding a g a i n s t
you?"
"Yes sir."
"Has there been any agreement
with you in return for your testi-
mony in this court?" Sprague
asked.
"No sir," replied Turnblazer.
ASKED BY Sprague if he could
pick out the man who gave thei
order for the Yablonski killing,
T'irnblazer pointed at Boyle.
Turnblazer said Albert Pass of
Middleboro, Ky., then secretary- !
treasurer of the union's District 19,
was also present at the meeting
with Boyle.
"Pass said if nobody else will
kill him (Yablonski), District 19
will," Turnblazer said.
"And what did Mr. Boyle say?"
Sprague asked.
"As I recall, he said 'fine,'"
Turnblazer replied.

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