Tuesday, S ptember 9, 1975
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, September 9, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven
City Council hears I Mother i
CDRS fund appeals , return o
By CATHERINE REUTTER FUNDING for these groups (Continued from Page 1)
In a three-hour public hearing will be handled as soon as pos- "When I walked into the liv-
ast night, City Council listened sible, but other requests for ing room he (Irvine) was stand-
o appeals from various agen- money may be postponed until ing there," recalled Bodary,
ies for Community Develop- the first of the year or longer, "and he immediately grabbed
ent Revenue Sharing Funds Councilmember J a m e s Ken- me and sprayed Mace in my
CDRS). worthy (D-Fourth Ward) said. eyes. Then he handcuffed me,
Nearly 40 spokespersons from "It's perfectly legal to carry forced me into the basement,
20 different associations and the funds over," Kenworthy and tied me to shelves in the
community groups made five- added. fruit cellar.
minute pleas for shares of the R E P U B L I C A N Coun- "Believe it or not I still care
2.4 million which has sparked cilman Ronald Trowbridge (R- for you, and that's why I must
he year-long controversy. Fourth Ward) charged that J take the children,' he said.
"WILL CDRS just become a "the Democrats are being very Then he ran upstairs and took
political grab bag, a political political" about CDRS, making my babies," Ms. Bodary ex-
ordinator of the Free People s attempts to circumvent the Re- plained, her voice quavering.
Clinict publicans and a citizens com- "I BROKE a fruit jar and
After th e session, Demo- mittee. cut the ropes, but by the time I
rats and Republicans tossed "Had Jim Stephenson (former got upstairs, Bob and the kids
barges and countercharges at Republican Mayor preceeding were gone," she said.
ie another over possible uses Wheeler) done this kind of by-, After Irvine admitted to Bod-
or the $2.4 million. Appeals passing of the City Council and ary that he had "been wait-
have come from groups as wide- a citizens committee, the Dem- ing five days" for the family to
ly ranging as the Humane So- ocrats would have screamed return, she found evidence in
West Quad simmers
(Continued from Page I)
so n taking place."
f so n s The first time he will issue a
warning, but the second time
the offense will be brought to
returning to Arlington, Texas the attention of the dorm direc-
where he has been living off tor.I
and on since 1972. He now re- Royster denied he is suddenly
sides with his second wife Deb- cracking down: "It is Univer-
bie and their child since marry- sity policy and I will enforce!
ing approximately one a half it."
years ago. HOWEVER, longtime resi-
According to Nesbitt, Andrew dents indicate enforcement is'
and Alexander appeared calm more the exception than the
during their stay in Pittsburgh. rule.
NEVERTHELESS, Nesbitt ad- One resident reported "The
vised Irvine to go through legal first person I met when I moved
channels to obtain custody of in the dorm last year was an
the children, but failed to con-, RA (not Kelly) and the first
vince him to abort his present thing he said was 'want to get
plans. high?' "
According to Detective Wil- The firing has angered the
liam Ing of the Ypsilanti Police residents who claim Royster
Department, who has been en- has been observed smoking
gineering a state wide search marijuana, though they indi-
since last Tuesday, police at- cate he has not used it in Rum-
tempts to locate Irvine who is sey house.
charged with felonious assault ONE SOURCE close to a deal-
have been futile. er said Royster has received
However, Bodary claims that and smoked marijuana. They
the search is not as intense as added, "he does it just to be
it should or would be if Irvine -cool, he probably can't even roll
credits short of being a junior."
Kelly then took summer classes
to make up the credits neces-j
sary for him to become an RA.
"Next my RD was informed
that I wasn't interested in the
job since I hadn't turned in my
transcript," said Kelly. "I turn-
ed it in as soon as I got them."
WEST refused to discuss the!
Residents of the dorm re-
sponded angrily to the news of
"The house was close," said
resident Walt Borland. "We nowI
will have to close the doors to
hide from the RD."
TUES., SEPT. 9th-7:00 p.m.
First Campus Action Meeting
of the School Year
(1 BLOCK SOUTH OF CAMPUS CORNERS)
BETWEEN PACKARD AND OAKLAND
A time of sharing, praise, and
studying the teachings of Christ.
(Doughnuts and Coffee following the meeting)
ciety's dog neutering clinic, the that the guy's a fascist," Trow- the attic o the nouse arsome
Arrowwood Hills Cooperative bridge claimed, reiterating an one had been living there.
and the Summit St. Medical earlier charge. "He's fanatic about the chil-
Center. Amid the controversy( repre-, dren and will do anything to
The groups represented last sentatives from community get them," she said. "He will
night claimed they were all on groups, day care centers, and starve himself to get money for
shoestring b u dg et sron the senior citizens programs asked gas so he can follow me around
verge of collapse, or about to for allocations ranging from and get the kids."
ego down the drain. $2,500 to $98,000. AFTER abducting the chil-
go down the__ dram ~.- -- --dren Irvine immediately con-
tacted his parents in Birming-
ham to inform them of his ac-
ork Study os tions.
"He called and told my wife
he had the kids, but did not
0' eu0,-b s plainedes te, r say where he was going," ex-
good pay;, e o sIPafe Irvine's father, Dr.
Frank Irvine. "We had no idea.
that this was going to happen."
(Continued from Page1) ing," says Rodriguez. "But be-, "This situation has gone on
"One of the things that we've cause of funding increases, for several years, but I don't
run into is that many (off-cam- we've made awards to over think I can interpret his feel-
pus employers) have expressed11,900 students, although we ex- ings," said Dr. Irvine, his voice
an interest in the program, but pect only about 1,500 will ac- quiet and tired. "We don't ap-
'since they can't get the 20 per tually be able to work for one prove of his actions. He knows
cent matching money they don't reason or another." our feelings about this."
feel mthin eya pa ticpt, ey, - "WE REALLY would like to AFTER SPEAKING with his
feeplains Rodriguez. have more jobs available than parents Irvine drove to a cou-
Within the University that re- ithere are students so there will sin's home in Pittsburgh, Pa.
maining 20 per cent is paid out be some variety for them to on Tuesday where he stayed
maental re h funds. choose from," adds Porter. until Thursday morning.
STUDENTS in the Work; Students in Work Study come According to Irvine's cousin,
ESdyrogrmwor erkfrom a variety of backgrounds, Hugh Nesbitt, Irvine gave the
Study program work an aver- and academic disciplines. "impression" that he would be
age of 15 hours a week dur- "They have just about every -ri t h-d
ing the academic year, and talent you can think of," accord-
many carry full course loads as ing to Porter. X Tt s.1 (
well; but in the summer most FRED BARTMAN of the En-' N aL o aI G
jobs are full-time and only gineering Department's High
three credit hours are permit- Altitude Lab has been employ- 1
ted. ing Work Study people for four buses I m
Wages vary from $700 a year ' or five years.
for freshpersons to around "Financially, it's a great ad-
$1200 for graduate students. Job vantage to us," he says. "Gen- (Contintied from Page 1)
seekers are not limited to Ann erally they do not have much The Board of Education issuesx
Arbor; they can even work in experience, but with training I credit cards to contract drivers.
Their own hometowns if they they usually turn out to be very One of them, Tex Durr, said he
prefer. good workers." returned his but declined to say
In order to qualify for a Work SOMETIMES, says Bartman, whether he was pressured to do,
tudy position, a student must the department will take on a so by parents opposed to busing.
demonstrate financial need and student as a regular employe An announced demonstration
be :currently enrolled In the after his Work Study contract at a shopping center across the
University. has run out. street from Southern High failed
The program has historical- Both Rodriguez and Porter to materialize. Police dispersed
'y been about 500 students, andI stressed that all Work Study anyone in the parking lot whoI
ire never did that much recruit- jobs should be either newly cre- did not enter a store.
_- Iated or formerly approved posi- SEVERAL persons were tak-
tions, in order to prevent the en into custody near Southern
displacement of regular person-
unel in favor of cheaper labor.
Sometimes Work Study stu- WHY WALK
dents create their own jobs.
I- "IF THEY'RE in a depart-!LEV 'S
advocates ment,' and they know most of: AvoiE
the people there, often a job is ,
worked out in that way. Then W ild's Va
we know the student is really FEATURING:
arrested doing what he or she likes," ex- F DNG:
plains Rodriguez. * Denim Bells 0 KPoni
This year's students began;p Brush DreuNus , Kr-
Iwork on Monday, and will con-' 0 Corduroys 0 BootJ
tinuethrough April 24. For next
(Continued from Page 1) May 1, and applications will be 311 S. STA
were nearly 1,800 armed police available around Feb. 1
was charged with kidnapping. a joint."
But because she has not yet ob- In addition, Royster has been
tamed permanent custody of the accused of opportunism. One
two children, Irvine can not be resident who wished to remain
legally charged with such a anonymous said, "Phil wants to
serious crime. be the number one RD in Leon's
IRVINE HAS been served (West) eyes."
with permanent custody papers R o y s t e r described both
on five occasions, but has failed charges as "not true."
to respond to them each time. ACCORDING to C h a r 1 e n e
"Tf I had permanent custody Coady, assistant director of
then there would be a reason housing, RA's are temporary
to get a kidnapping warrant," employes and therefore can be
lamented Bodary, "but on a fired on the spot. She added!
minor, piddly-ass technicality that an appeals procedure is
they won't give me what I want. available.
"I'm a big girl and I'll live Kelly has filed a complaint'
through it, and Bob's protected with the staff and union rela-
by this technicality in the law, tions board charging he was
but the kids have no rights," fired without a hearing or op-i
she continued. portunity to respond to the
ACCORDING to information charge. He also maintains the
police obtained from Nesbitt, rule is being enforced in a dis-
Irvine is apparently low on cash criminatory manner.
and had to borrow $70 from! HE ADDED that this was the E
Nesbitt while in Pittsburgh. third attempt West has made to
He is thought to be unemploy- fire him.
ed, his last known job being "First he said I was seven
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Gordon drew up the desegre-
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About 600 National Guardsmen
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In Charlestown, several hun-
dred anti-busing demonstrators,
many of them of high school
age, congregated at a low-in-
come white housing project
about one block from Charles-!
town High. At one point, they
burned an effigy with "nigger
beware" printed across it.
HUNDREDS of helmeted po-
lice repeatedly chased the
youths through the streets and
charged between the red brick
apartment buildings on motor-
cycles. The officers were pelt-
ed with bottles as they broke
the crowds into small groups.
A bus loaded with police offi-
cers was struck with beer
bottles as it drove down Bunk-
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However, inside the schools
throughout the city, officials
said there was no trouble. At-
tendance was 58.9 per cent of
the 76,127 pupils expected to
report for classes.
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tendance for opening day is 80
per cent. About 50 per cent of
the total is white, 35 per cent;
black and 15 per cent Hispanic
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