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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wednesday, January 10, 1973

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY

GOP asks court for
ward plan review

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(Continued from Page 1) fl'ictu ting status of the ward
"It should be clear," Lax said, boundaries has created major
"that both Mr. Hathaway and Mr. headaches for City Clerk Harold
Lindemer were both fully notified Saunders.
that an appeal would be filed and Last week he was accepting pe-
both received complete copies of titions under both the old and new
the appeal." ward boundary plans. This week,
"The point is," Lax continued, following the Supreme Court rul-
"that there wasn't a hearing as ing, he has set aside petitions un-
such. Oral arguments are the ex-Ider the old plan validating only M IXED LEAGUE S IGN UP
ception rather than rule in the those filed under the new plan.
Supreme Court." The following candidates are cur- \A/ LINNI110 N
Lax said that Hathaway and rently registered with the clerk:
Lindemer had a full week in which 0 Mayor - Anne Bobroff, David_ _
to file their papers with the court. Allen, Genie Plamondon (HRP),
He also denied that his file with Franz Mogdis, Robert Elton, John
the Supreme Court lacked any Feiner (Democrats). Lewis Ernst,
relevant information. James Stephenson (Republicans). BEST
The high court is expected to rule 0 First Ward - Andrei Joseph, S
on Hathaway's petition tomorrow Burl Wagenheim, Stephen Ray- " SELLERS
and most observers feel there is mond, Joan Adams (HRP); Thom- HARRY S. TRUMAN pubi at 1095 Sale at 8.98
little chance they will grant his as Hoskins, Pamela Roark, Susan AN BRbT . 0.00 Sale
request. Wyborski, Colleen McGee, incum- BEST AND THE BRIGHTEST 10.00 Sale at 7.99
In the meantime, however, the bent Norris Thomas (Democrats); CATALOG OF CATALOGS 4.95 Sale 39c
-- _ - David Wiarda (Republican).
S e c o n d Ward - Alexander VIRGINIA WOOLF by Q. Bell
David Sin- publ. at 12.50 Sale at 9.99
Ile14 OIrleans . SStevenson, Lisa North, DavidOSin-
clair (HRP); Carol Jones, Billy JOY OF SEX by Comfort (sic)
Littlejohn, William McNitt (Demo- publ. at 12.50 Sale at 10.49
crats); Richard Berger (Republi-
can). 20,000 TITLES IN STOCK
* Third Ward - Susan Steiger-
walt, Skip Taube (HRP); Elizabeth
identlif ed Kaufman (Democrat); R o b e r t AT BORDERS YOU ALWAYS SAVE ABOUT 20%
Henry, Roger Bertoia (Republi- on N.Y. Times Bestsellers.
By The Associated Press and Reuters cans).
y Te n Fourth Ward - Laura Wolf Join the BORDERS BOOK CLUB, keep up
NEW ORLEANS-Police yester- (Conservative); Kathleen, Koza- with what's happening in Books
day identified the body of one chenko, Philip Carroll, Mary Wre-
sniper who terrorized this city for ford (HRP); Dale Sass, Richard
hors atspxadowntown hotel as Kaufman, Carl Hollier, Ethel Lew- Borders Book no
o is (Democrats); incumbent Rich-
Essex, a navy veteran, had been ard Hadler (Republican). 316 SO. STATE ST.
living in the New Orleans area 0 Fifth Ward - Drew Sparks, Open 8:45 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Mon.-Sat.
about six months. Beth Brunton, John Minock (HRP);
Police superintendent Clarence Richard Stoneman (Democrat); in-
Giarrusso said that ballistic tests cumbent John McCormick (Repub-
proved that the weapon found be- lican).
side Essex's body on the roof of For those who do not choose to
the hotel was the same .44 Magnum run but would like to vote, Saun-
rifle used to kill a young police ders said it is vital that any changeF m
cadet and wound another police- of address be reported to his office
man New Year's Eve. no later than Jan. 19. This is
Awkward questions remain about necessary, he said, so that voter
the exact number of snipers and registration cards for the new
how, if more than one was in- wards and precincts can be sent The Department of Asian Studies and the Center
I volved, they have so far eluded out in time for the Feb. 19 pri- for South and Southeast Asian Studies will present
police attempts to flush them out. n ary. !_the following films on South Indian culture on
Giarrusso said he had evidenceI
Essex might have been acting WEDNESDAY, January 10, 7:30 p.m. and THURS-
alone,d ut that other facts seemed DAY, January 11, 4 p.m. in ROOM 2003 ANGELL
to indcate that he might have
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STEGEMAN MAY APPEAL:

Circuit judge orders Campus
TIm mortgage foreclosed

'U' pres.
vacations in
sunny south
(Continued from Page I)
to $5,000 each to 20 heads of
American colleges and universities
to pay for expenses incurred during
vacations from their jobs.
The program, according to Dan-
forth, is designed to "provide op-
portunities for outstanding college
and university administrators to
enlarge their perspectives of cur-
rent and future educational issues
and to renew their inner resources

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By LORIN LABARDEE '
The empire of landlord John
Stegeman - owner of Charter
Realty and a host of other local
properties-has been dealt a crush-
ing legal blow.
In an opinion delivered last Fri-
day Washtenaw County Circuit
Court judge Pat Conlin ordered the
mortgage on Stegeman's Campus
Inn foreclosed. The^ opinion cul-
minated a court battle begun last
June 12 by Detroit Mortgage and
Realty Company to secure pay-
ment for some $5 million owed the
firm by Stegeman.

The decision also forces
man to sell a number of
buildings which had been put
security against the loans
the mortgage company on
pus Inn. They include the.
Tower Hotel, Lodge Apartm
Abbey Apartments, Alga
Apartments, Albert Terrace,
Apartments, Carriage House
Forum Apartments.
James McClintock, attorne
Detroit Mortgage and Realty
pany said, "I was never in
doubt as to the final outcon
Ithe case."

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But according to some the Cam-
pus Inn case is far from closed.
Willis Bullard, one of the attor-
neys representing Stegeman, said
the case will probably be taken to
the Court of Appeals. Bullard said
he believes there is some doubt as
to the validity of the opinion is-
sued by Conlin. '

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Ballroom, Community
Center struck by arson
(continued from Page 1) ment investigation "has come up
PDC asserts that the department with a lot of leads" but now has
was slow to answer the help call, "more or less reached a stand-
and that firemen on the scene may still." s
have been "unusually slow" in put- What sort of leads?
ting out the blaze, and may have "Well," Stauch continues, "We
done unnecessary damage, includ- have a lot of, shall we say, scuttle-
ing breaking several doors and win- butt types from some of this area
dows, in efforts to control the who traffic the place (the Com-
flames. munity Center and People's Ball-
S t a u c h responded to PDC's room). We have some names at
charges in an interview yesterday. this time, and we think it was
"We knew what we had to do to definitely one of these people who
stop a fire like that, and we did were familiar with the place that
it as best we could," he said. "We must have started the fire."
didn't waste any time." Stauch vigorously denied a ru-
Staunch maintained that the mor that at least one suspect will
damage done to the building was be named shortly.
necessary to control the blaze. Gail Johnson, a Community Ceu-
"We smashed out the front win- ter spokeswoman, refused to spec-
dows to prevent a dangerous build- ulate on the possibility that any of
up of gas, heat, and smoke in the the "regulars"-street people who
building," he stated, adding that frequently gather at the Commu-
several firemen suffered scorch nity Center-may have been in-
burns and smoke inhalation. voived in starting the fire.
"I have no complaints," he said. Meanwhile, Ozone, Drug Help,
"My guys did a good job." and the Free Clinic have found
The three major community cen- new but temporary homes.
ter organizations - Ozone House, University Hospital is housing
Drug Help, and the Free People's the Free Clinic on the previously
Medical Clinic-have refused to vacant second floor of the out-
"endorse" either the PDC investi- patient unit. Free Clinic spokes-
gation or the Fire Department's woman Nancy Lessin says "every-
investigation. thing is functioning at pretty much
Recently PDC has maintained an the same level," with the help of
official silence concerning the in- some equipment donated by the
vestigations, stating only that it hospital, "and what's much more
is "sifting through information." important, we still have all our
While the police have "definite- people." The clinic's Monday-
ly determined" that one or more through-Thursday evening hours
arsonists started the blaze, Stauch remain the same, as does its phone
says the joint police-Fire Depart- number (761-8952).
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For further info, call:
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Judge John Conlin, Pat Conlin's
father, began hearing the case
June 12 but died before he was
able to deliver a final opinion. The
younger Conlin, who was elected
in November, agreed with his
father's opinion and signed it, thus
closing the case. Bullard main-
tains that the opinion was not
complete when signed by Conlin.
He said it does not set either a
sale date or a redemption period
and these are necessary to make
the decision binding.
Conlin could not be reached for
comment on the ruling.
Although the suit concerning the
mortgage on Campus Inn began
last June there have been prob-
lems between the mortgage com-
pany and Stegeman ever since the
beginning of Campus Inn.
Concerning the mortgage com-
pany's dealings with Stegeman and
the Campus Inn MccClintock said,
"We kept him alive and never got
a cent out of it." McClintock
maintains that Detroit Mortgage
and Realty Company paid for ev-
ery aspect of Campus Inn from
taxes to the furniture in the con-
ference rooms.
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for continued leadership in higher sen one UI a group.
education." Police have made an unsuccess-
On fits recipients, however, ful room-by-room search of the 18
views the foundation's program story Howard Johnson M o t o r
more prosaically. Lodge, crawled through large air-
Fleming, interviewed earlier by shafts and dismantled smaller
the Ann Arbor News, said that the ones.
foundation began the grants during The missing gunman or gunmen
a period of campus unrest as a were thought to have been in a
'"society for the preservation of concrete enclosure housing a stair- !
University presidents." well atop the hotel. But when po-
While acting in Fleming's ab- lice rushed ithMonday afternoon,
sence, Smith emphasized that his there was no one inside.
task would be essentially that of a If no other gunman is found, it
caretaker, maintaining the admin- will put the New Orleans police in
istrative status quo. He added that an embarrassing position. Either
if major decisions are required, the the dead man's companions es-
president could be contacted at any caped through the net of more
time. than 200 officers thrown around the
The Flemings' vacation, the first building or only one man was in-
real one they have enjoyed in five volved in the shooting-and he had
years, will include stops in Mexico, been dead for nearly 17 hours be-
South America, St. Martin in the fore police finally stormed the!
Caribbean, and Florida. rooftop.
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