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Friday, March 30, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five

Where

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city

candidates

stand

on

issues

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As compiled by Feature Editor Robert Barkin and Daily Reporters Gordon Atcheson, David Ilurhenn, Terry Martin, and David Stoll
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ISSUES

Transportation
Bonds, Bicycle &
Mass
Transportation

Housing-
Public

Housing -
Rent Controls

Use of Revenue
Sharing Funds

City Planning:
Directions

Attitude Toward
Victimless Crime,
Marijuana, and
Drug Laws

Garbage
Collection
Improvement

Abortion Clinic
with
City Money

Police and Crime:
Directions

Human Rights and
Human Rights
Department:
Directions

MAYOR
Franz Mogdis (D)
Benita Kaimowitz (HRP)

Favors both. Sees no expansion Mixed feelings. Priorities: child Moratorium on Pot statute low Not high priority. Favors, Remove Krasny. Consolidate Hu-
without federal care, expanded road building, priority. Advocates Supports Commun- man Rights Dept.
funds. community health anti-drug treat- ity Control1Board. with Woman's Ad-
care, expanded ment. Priority on victim vocate and Con-
drug rehabilitation crimes. sumer Bureau.
For both. No expansion Favors controls. Priorities: child Mixture of low, Decriminalize vic- Not priority. Supports. Change priorities. Attacks Human
without federal care, health care, middle, and timless crime. Her- Community Rights Dept. as
funds. More ten- job training, wealthy income oin rehabilitation, Control Board. ineffective.
ant control. women's clinic. housing. maintenance as
last resort.

James Stephenson (R)

No response.

Considers present
program a mess.

Against.

Garbage top
priority.

Better family
dwellings.

No response.

Top priority.

Against.

No response.

No response.

First Ward
Andrel Joseph (HRP)
Norris Thomas (D)

Yes for both. Must greatly For controls. Sees Priorities: child More community Decriminalize Not priority. High priority Bad priorities. Too Shake up Human.
expand, study commission care and health control. victimless crime, much emphasis on Rights Dept.
as sham. care. Against metha- victimless crime. Stronger enforce-
done and heroin ment laws.
maintenance
clinics.
Favors both. Must greatly For control. Priority: Youth Against more com- For methadone Not priority. For: but not from Ne.w priorities for Shake-up HRD.
expand, service and indi- mercial buildings. maintenance; vic-I revenue sharing police. Krasny not Needs more money
gent health care. Against Burger timless crime pen- funds. best to head Dept.
King on Maynard- alties: reduced,
Liberty. not eliminated.

No on both.

Against more. Im-
prove present first.

Against. .

Priority: city debt. Against Maynard-
Against: Abortion Liberty site for
Clinic. Burger King nor
for parking.

David Wiarda (R)

"Can't understand
concept of victim-
less crime. Pot
hurts others by in-
ducing others to
smoke."

Vital.

Opposed: "Wide-
spread V.D. if wo-
men have abor-
tion on demand."

Should expand de-
partment as city
grows. Krasny may
have to go if prob-
lems in Dept.

Affirmative action
only for future
hirings.

Second Ward
Clan Crawford (R)
Carol Jones (D)

No for bicycle, yes Improve present Against. Priorities: garbage More high rises. Decriminalize vic- High priority. For, but must be Council should not Favors affirmative
for mass transit. facilities. collection, police timless crimes. self-sufficient, dictate police action.
dept., city debt. Favors heroin actions.
maintenance.
Yes for both. Top priority to im- Favors Mayor's Priorities: child Community Decriminalization Not high priority. High priority. Favors citizen "Should protect
prove present study commission. care and health control. of victimless control board. rights of all
housing. More care. crimes. Rehabilita- people."
tenant control. tion of drug
addicts.

Favors both.

Must expand. More
tenant control.

For immediate
controls.

Frank Shoichet (HRP)

Priorities: health
care, child care,
housing.

Neighborhood con-
trol. University
should give land
for low cost
housing.

Decriminalize vic-
timless crime. For
heroin rehabilita-
tion and mainten-
ance.

Not priority.

High priority.

Establish police
control board.

Revamp Human
Rights Dept.

Third Ward
Robert Henry (R)

Opposed to bicycle. Fix present hous- Against. Retire city debt. Away from zoning Should enforce High priority. Against, with city No response. No response.
No opinion on ing before ordinances to all laws. money.
mass transit. expansion. planned use.

For both.

Betty Kaufman (D)

Should build more
when receive
funding.

Positive reaction.

Priorities: health
care, child care,
recreation.

Community
control.

Depenalize drug
laws. Get away
from victimless
crime enforcement

Not high priority.

Favors women-run
clinic.

Reorder priorities
from victimless
crime.

Affirmative action.
Criminal penalties
as well as civil.

Fourth Ward
Richard Hadler (R)
Ethel Lewis (D)

Opposed to both. No expansion, ex- Against. Priorities: More Cut time for zon- Think city should High priority. Not proper for city Get down on hard No response.
cept for senior police, fire ing plans approval. not differ with money. drugs.
citizens. protection state pot law.
For both. Compromise with May be necessary. Priorities: Planned growth. De-emphasize Not high priority. Favors. Minimum of tick- More enforcement
private sector to Social programs. victimless crimes. eting. Emphasize
provide innovative victim crimes.
programs.

Favors both.

Phil Carroll (HRP)

Should expand.
More tenant
control.

Favors.

Human services.

No response.

Don't prosecute
victimless crimes.

Not a priority.

Favors woman-
controlled board.

Favors community
control board.

Revitalize Human
Rights Dept.

Fifth Ward
John McCormick (R)
. . . A. . ,. . ~

Opposed to both. Against expansion. Against. Priorities: garbage No response. Would repeal $5 High priority. No opinion. Enforce all laws. HRD doing best
Sees present pro- collection pot law. "Shouldn't they can.
gram as disaster, improvements. de-emphasize any
crimes."
Favors both. Improve existing Essential. Human services. Controlled growth. Favors decriminal- Not high priority. Favors. Establish civilian Revitalize Human
housing. More ization of review board. Rights Dept.

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