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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, April 16, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, April 16, 1974

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INCOME TAX SUGGESTED
City defers action on millage

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council he does not expect any
members to agree with the idea of
a tax increase.
Moreover, in the face of pre-
viously announced Republican op-
position to the property tax in-
crease, Murray said he felt very
comfortable in seeking the emer-
gency millage."

STEPHENSON also announced
the seven women, including two
black women, he is recommend-
ing as members of the antirape
policy board.
The seven are:
-Jody Lighthammer, a woman
with social work experience;
-Marie Gilson, a nurse;
-Tanya Padgett, a city police-
woman;

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-Georgina Kish, from the Wo-
man's Crisis Center;
-Jan BenDor, also from the
Women's Crisis Center;
-Dr. Willie Moore, an Univer-
sity physicist who expressed inter-
est in serving and;
-Barbara Meadows, another
social worker.
Council will begin deliberations
on the recommendations a week
from Monday.
COUNCIL ALSO approved a new
plan to pay $120,000 back to the
park bond issue from the airport
fund. Originally the money had
been borrowed several years ago,
and council had not known of the
loan. When the fact was discover-
ed the Michigan Municipal Finance
Commission (MMFC) ordered the
city to repay the money as part of
its general fiscal reform measures.
Accordingly, last month the city
passed a plan to repay the money
by May, 1978. However, the MMFC
ruled that the plan took too long,
and ordered the city to come up
with a new, quicker repayment
schedule.
Consequently, council voted to
pay the money out of the general
fund, and if necessary, to finance
the move by issuing a tax antici-
pation note, a short term munici-
pal bond to come due within six
months.

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Mr, Mitchell's defense
Former Attorney General John Mitchell (right) and his co-defend-
ant, former Commerce Secretary Maurice Stans, leave a New
York courthouse yesterday. Mitchell repeatedly asserted yesterday
that he is "absolutely not guilty of any of the charges." He and
Stans are accused of fraud, conspiracy, and obstruction of justice.
Jail group blasts firings

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tor, and also rejected Sheriff Pos-
till for the position.
Postill's representatives at the
meeting, Undersheriff Spickard and
Administrative Aide Laird Harris,
walked out in apparent protest, and
the Commissioners appeared ready
to offer the job to Acting Civilian,
Jail Administrator Frank Donley.
But Donley, in turn, said he
wasn't interested in the position,
and the Commissioners finally
agreed to accept Postill's original
choice, Undersheriff Spickard, as
project director.

THE CONTROVERSY, however,
has not ended. The full Board of
Commissioners meets tomorrow to
make a final decision on Spickard's
appointment.
The County Commissioners are
also epected to assign the gi iev-
ance procedure filed by the three
fired program employes, Larry
Hunter, Martha Manildi and Molly
Reno, to a committee.
The three employes maintain
that they were fired without proper
authority, and that they were dis-
missed without "clear and just
cause" as outlined in County regu-
lations.

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Shmuel Cohen Eilivahu
Marqkir; aqe: 64
Shimon Biton, aqe: 30
Avi Biton, aqe: 5
Mitoa, dauqhter of Shimon,
aqe: 21/
Miriam Guato, aqe: 30
Yaacov Guata, aqe: 30
Gridi Mordechai, age: 20
Shulah Cohen, aqe: 14
For these do we weep
life; our eyes, our eyes

Ester Cohen, aqe: 40
David Cohen, aqe: 17
Yazneh Cohen, aqe: 60
Sohil Avlokh, aqe: 20
Aharon Schetrit
Fani Scretrit, aqe: 30
Yocheved Schetrit, aqe: 11
Moti Schetrit, aqe: 4
Hanseh Stern, aqe: 47
Rachel Stern, aqe: 8

in the night of
flow bitter tears

our
for

the tragedy of our people.
0, they were lovely
and pleasant
in life.

To affirm that innocent blood
shall not be shed
Israel lives.

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