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Council OK's cit
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This new position will probably be
the second most powerful in the city
The proposal was passed'after over
two hours of debate, with the major
objections being that the new posi-
tions would tend to insulate the
departments from the citizens.
"WE'RE GOING to hold Mr. (City
Administrator Sylvester) Murray re-
sponsible for all the departments,"
Councilman Jamie Kenworthy (D-
Third Ward) said.
Councilman - Louis Senunas (R-
Third Ward), however, did not see
the potential problem in adding an
other .position between the city ad-
ministrator and the department
"Imposing layers of administra-
tors does not necessarily insulate the
departments from the citizens," he
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ministrator, he may be more sensi-
tive to the citizens. He'd certainly
have more time."
COUNCILMAN EARL Greene (D-
Second Ward), who reluctantly sup-
ported the plan, said he would have
preferred the creation of a separate
department for engineering, instead
of the new position.
"Our engineers, have gotten in-
volved in administrative duties as
well as engineering duties," he said.
City Administrator Murray told
Council that, while he wasn't propos-
ing the reorganization to save mon-
ey, "in the long run there will be
money saved by more efficient oper-
THE POSITION of public works
director will be eliminated under the
reorganization plan. The new assist-
ant administrator for budget will be
Patrick Kenney, who currently
serves in that role in everything but
The city is already advertising for
the new assistant city administra-
tor for engineering.
The Human'Rights Office will stay
under the city administrator's con-
Council also passed last night a law
that prohibits police from arresting
someone merely for being drunk in
public. Currently, public intoxication
is a crime in Ann Arbor, but a new
state law prohibits local - govern-
ments from arresting drunks.
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SACUA listens to ,proposals
for renovation, use of Union
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accessible to students and a higher
quality establishment to replace the
Union Station facility in the base-
ment of the Union.
" Changing the funding procedure
for the building. The current Union
appropriation is figured on a certain
amount for each male student en-
rolled in the University. The Union
was originally established as at elinh
for male students and faculty. The
new funding plan would provide
a disbursement from the University
" Transferring several groups out
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Scott Kellman, another UAC mem-
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faculty group to make SACUA more
aware of the situation at the Union.
He said they also hoped to obtain
more faculty input.
Some faculty members expressed
concern about alumni who have
"lifetime memberships" in the Un-
ion. Carnevale said the concerns of
the alumni would be considered.
Kellman said he hopes some of the
plans will be implemented by next
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"The (Union's) in bad shape and it
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bike suddenly fell in front of the car,
forcing it to stop.
Another truck then roared up from
behind, °masked men jumped from
the two trucks and the motorbike
rider pulled out a revolver, police
said. The chauffeur was dragged
from the car, beaten and thrown into
the truck. Three or four kidnappers
piled into Empain's car and sped off
with the industrialist, the second
The driver was released moments
later less than a mile away and noti-
fied police, who already had been
alerted by a witness. One of the
trucks was found nearby. Police said
it was stolen two weeks ago.
THE EMPAIN FAMILY fortune
was founded before World War I by
the present baron's grandfather,
Edouard Empain; whose firms built
the Paris subway and other mass
transit systems throughout the world
and had extensive mine and lumber
The family has always remained
out of the limelight. The. baron and
his Italian wife, the former Silvana
Battuzi, have two daughters and a
son and have a country home in Petit-
The last major kidnap in France
was of Luchino Reveli-Beaumont,
president of Fiat France, lastApril
13. He was freed 89 days later after
payment of a $2'million ransom. The
alleged kidnappers were later arrest-
ed in Spain. Police said the motive
was purely mercenary.
Last Oct. 19, the body of Hanns-
Martin Schlayer, a major West
German indstrialist kidnapped by
Red Army Faction terrorists, was
found in a car in Mulhouse in eastern
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