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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, March 27, 1977

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ERE given a tries allowed to view the maps that you didn't know you knew."
y night brief- of the overall military situation,
general politi- because in real life only those Jim Stearn who is playing
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students as- capable of photographing the was so realistic, he thought he
with an eye area. .could feel the pressures of the
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id ironing out about, learning to furnction on 1 Yesterday's action generally
problem. the sour of the moment," said consisted of the countries joc-
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n realism. All of manning out military move- ahead to today's finals.

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Lou Belcher in a moment of quiet solitude at Dolph
Park. Lou was instrumental in helping to pass the en-
vironmental protection site plan for Dolph Park.
The Issue:

Ann Arbor's environment and general quality of life
has always been important to all of us. It is one of our
treasured resources and must be carefully protected.
A developing problem is what to do with our garbage
and trash now that burying it has become increasingly
expensive.
Mayor Pro-Tem
Lou Belcher's stand:
I have worked with City and County officials to defeat
the Detroit super sewer and to support our new sew-
age treatment plant. This new plant will put better
quality effluent back into the Huron River than we
take out. On other environmental issues I have:
. Sponsored and voted yes (Mayor Wheeler voted
no) for a resolution creating a committee to study
the feasibility of a new Solid Waste Disposal and
Energy Recovery System. Dec. 6, 1976
Sponsored a resolution to plan and develop a de-
monstration project in Ann Arbor for the Michigan
Energy and Resource Recovery Association using
solid waste for the production of methane gas. April
30, 1975
Amended and voted for a soil erosion and
sedimentation control ordinance which provides

. Supported a revised quota for sewer hookups in
Ann Arbor to help the water quality of the Huron
River. Mar. 15. 1976
Supported an ordinance to regulate the kind of
matter that may be deposited into sanitary and
public sewers. July 19. 1976
Co-sponsored and voted for the resolution urging
voters to support proposition A on the ballot to go
to returnable bottles. Oct:, 1976
Supported a resolution to reduce the quantity of
salt put on roads to a minimum level that would still
ensure the safety of citizens. This resolution also
directed the city to plow more streets sooner for
safety and to reduce the need for salt.
Fgg -f""Elect
Beicher
for MAYOR
Monday. April 4th

EILEEN WILLIAMS
(from Cataraugas Reservation, Seneca, is
one of the people of the longhouse)
What Anthropology calls the "Traditionalist Society"
of the Iroquois People
She will be in Ann Arbor during the week of March 26-April 1,. and
wants to talk to people about Iroquois Women, the Iroquois Confed-
eracy, and her experiences.
If groups of people or classes would like to have Eileen come and talk
with them, arrangements can be made through the Office of Ethics and
Religion, 3204 Michigan Union, 764-7442.
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