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*)ur day, March 24, +1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page'Five

Sunday, March 20, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DALY Page Five

Student turnouti

likely to be key in;
Ward council seat-

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race for
(Continued from Page 1) ed, byC
to say one thing to the student plained
group, and something else to an- "I've
other." tisg in
Morris said she, has been ac- years,"
tive in city politics since moving see wh
to Ann Arbor eight years ago. Counci
Rein(
"I DIDN'T like the way (stu- said he
dent tenants) were being treat- experi

Second

Buyl Super Salad-GET 1 FREE
Good: Monday thru Wednesday
March 21 ,22,23

city government," she ex-
d.
found it frustrating sit-
the audience for seven
she added. "I'd like to
at I could do at the City
1 table."
er, a financial consultant,
e has no previous political
ence, but believes his le-

AFSCME workers li
to accept contract a

(Continued from Page 1)

got to catch the University offI

guard. You should have seen
NOT N LYewill the AFSCME how they were piling up food,
bargaining team, under leader waiting for us to 'strike."'
Art Anderson, recommend that One picketer said she wouldn't
members ratify the new con- let the union extend the bar-
tract, Union Local President gaining deadline next time a
Joel Block will voice his support contract is being worked out.
as well. The workers seemed to hold
In addition, Council 11 leaders no grudge against their bargain-
Walt Oliver and Dave Mitchell, ing team for the long strike and
and AFSCME International rep- disappointing settlement. In-
resentatives Kim Pittman and stead they blamed the Univer-
Don McClure will be on hand to sity negotiators' "uni on-busting"}
urge ratification. attitude.I
Picketers, like their leaders, HAD THE AFSCME Interna-
admit that they lost money on tional representatives, who ar-
the almost month-old walkout. rived in Ann Arbor just last
But some workers argue that I week, been present at the start
the union gained immeasurably of negotiations, the local would
with the experience. have been a better match for
"WE'LL KNOW better next University bargainers, one
time," one striker said. "You've group agreed.
Belcher likely-to
outspenlda myr
(Continued from Page 1) $1,000.
Health, Education, and Welfare, Belcher has collected 14 con-
gave $50. tributions of $100 or more, vir-
Wheeler's largest contribution, tually all of them from mem-
$150, came from local attorney bers of the local business com-

gal experience and background He holds a BA in English I She said she is not' satisfied
in economics are adequate prep- from the Detroit Institute of, with the plan because it places
aration for a position on Council. Technology and is employed as I too much emphasis on automo-
a clerk by the University's Eng- bile transportation and not
GREENSHIELDS, 35, said heI lish Language Institute. enough focus on pedestrians, bi-
is seeking a seat on Council be- In spite of party differences, cycles and mass transit.
cause he is "dissatisfied with all three candidates agree on
the way the three parties (Dem- what they perceive as the triAccontraf ic has bee "alm s
ocrat, Republican, SHRP) have ward's most pressing problem totally ignored" by the citys
been running the Second Ward." - housing. However, their pro- planning commission. She called
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suo tte l this omission the "most glaring"
fvary. fault ofthe crultonp.1.
Democrat Morris said, she be-. f~ uai~
lieves it is "important for the Morris added that she is con-
Second Ward to have someone cerned with the condition of Ann'
who is a tenant advocate. Ten-, Arbor streets. She said she sup-
ants should have someone to ports the road bond, although
greem en t rely on," she said. she believes the $2.5 million pro-
! !posed for road repairs is not
MORRIS SAID she favors bi- sufficient. The problem with the
"Those (University) fellows ennial housing inspections and bond, she explained, is that it
are old pros," a picketer said. ' a stiffening of the city's' inspec- "asks for $2.5 million to do $5
"We just don't have the ex- tion regulations.m - illion worth of work,"
per ience." Reiner, on the other hand, fa-
One Bursley cafeteria worker vors easing the housing code in REINER SAID he has doubts
was particularly vocal about I selected cases in order to make about the proposed circulation
,how disappointed she was in more low-cost housing available' plan. He noted that he is one
the way administrators reacted to students. He proposes that? of the few GOP members who
to the walkout: "People can see 'landlords be permitted to rent supports mass transit.
now, how a University as big out some rooms and dwellings He said crime is one of his
as Michigan treats its workers. that would otherwise be ruled other major concerns, particu-
You'd think they could set a bet- uninhabitable because of cer-, larly the city's growing rape
ter standard." tain inspection code violations. rate.
E WCiting as an example houses "This is where I start get-
THE WOMAN predicted that that currently cannot be rented ting steamed," he said. "We've
a lot of the returning workers, out because of insufficient park- got to stop this,"
herself included, would be han- g space, he said regulations
dicapped by bitterness toward sud e esd sogthats-
the University. "We will neversh easedtso that stu-
have a sense of security in oura dwellingcould.
jobs anymore," she said. e cl
"I slipped on ice right over Greenshields termed certain M..
there and broke my wrist for parts of the city's housing code AIR ONLY FROM DETROIT
this place," the picketer added, "Mickey Mouse," such as the
pointing and shaking her head. section requiring parking spac- Amsterdam from $289
None of the strikers said they es: "A lot of tenants can't af- Frankfurt from $309
would vote to reject the latest ford gas, and some are into Honolulu from $299
settlement. At this point, one ecology so they don't have Italy from $399
leader said, all the union needs cars," he said. London from $329

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is to go back to work.
Thedratificationameeting will
be held in the Rackham Audi-
torium from 1-3 p.m. today.

DEMOCRAT MORRIS said the
city's proposed circulationplan
is among her major concerns.

...

and former Circuit Court Judgej
candidate Arthur Carpenter. His:
only sizable contribution from
the business community, $100,,
was made by Charles Gelman,
president of Gelman Instru- 1
ments. The mayor has received
nine contributions of $100 or
more.
MARGARET Towsley, a mem-
ber of the family which own
Dow Chemical Company, gave
$500 to the Belcher campaign, as
did her husband, Professor Har-
ry Towsley of the University's
Medical School, for a total of

munity.
The president of Ann Arbor
Federal Savings and Loan, Roy
Weber, gave $100; Campus Inn
owner Earl Hennan, Jr. gave
$150; Phil Spear, owner of the
local realty firm Spear and As-
sociates, gave $100; Dennis Dahl-'
mann, owner of a group of stu-
dent housing rental units, gave
$100; and William Conlin, a
prominent local attorney, gave
$100.
University athletic director
Donald Canham gave $25 and
Washtenaw County Sheriff Thom-
as Minick gave $50.

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Huggins criticizes
U.S. penal system

(Continued from Page 1)

care for five pe

community by the Black Pan- 'Jut a 1IusnanI,
ther Party. The Oakland Com- to talk about
munity Center for Learning pro- warfare - sh
vides children between the ages tell her where
of two-and-a-half and 11 with. and clothes and
a full curriculum of studies. getting a welfai
"And if peop
"RATHER THAN ARGUE with ted, she contin
the Board of Education, we de- about building
cided to do something about the and. a new so
situation in the schools our- struggle will go
selves. We provide three free dead."
meals a day and that is cru- Before she l
cial. We also provide food and' a standing ovat
clothing, and most importantly ed the audience
the ratio of students to teach- to be free!" S
ers is ten-to-one," she said. can let yourz
Huggins said that children in then you can s
the center learn to read at about soner, because
three-and-a-half or four years soners."
of age: "We believe that chil-
dren should be taught how to
think, not what to think, because
we were never given the APRIL
chance."
She emphasized that the Black to attend co
Panther Party has always "been you mu
a basis for change," but by cap and
seeing that people in the Oak- MARCH
land and Berkeley area have jobs
and housing, the party aso'was From the
attending to people's needs. t 769
$4MRS. JONES, who has to

eople and is with-
doesn't want me
waging guerrilla
e wants me to
she can get food
d how to go about
re check.
le can be educa-
wed, "we can gol
new institutions
ociety. Then the
on after we are
eft the stage to
ion, Huggins ask-
e to yell "I want
he said, "If you
mouth say that,'
stop being a pri-
we are all pri-

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