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Thursday, September 4, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Thursday, September 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Legislators

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(Continued from Page 3) political science faculty mem- would-be Republican successor party may well protest that the
to Capitol Hill associates that ber remembers as "the most to his House seat is waiting in 62-year-old senator might not
he plans to run for the Senate brilliant campaign in 20 years," the wings: State Senator Burs- be able to wage a sufficiently
seat that Democrat Philip Hart Esch handily defeated the Demo- ley. vigorous campaign against a
will vacate in 1976. cratic incumbent. The liberal "I'd like 'to make a contribu- more youthful Democratic op-
Republican has since acquired a tion on the national level. I've ponent.
Washigton sources state that wide reputation as one of the had just about enough of Lan- Some sources indicate that
Esch is attempting to secure an shrewdest electioneers in the sing," the 11-year senate veteran Bullard might consider a run
official endorsement from Presi- irn
dent Ford before formally an- state. said. for the .House should Esch step
IhWithin the second district, Bursle is extensively respect; aside. But, similarly, other ele-

raEsc h has been able to success- ed for his diligent efforts toward
,,,,FI p 4 S " j t 4, is eieved to be Ford's pre-
ferredicanidate>fortheqSenat fully ride the ideological fence reformulating the state's svsemIP
xi:st. between middle-class suburban of financing public education b
NEEsch originally captured the whites in the Detroit suburb of The so-called "Bursley plan" I
second district Congressional Lvna at the eastern end of. now used as a model by evei al r
He. .*3r«p,. seat in 1966, largely through the the district, and large liberal other states, readjusts state
effrtsof henGovrno Gergestudent populations in Ypsilanti school aid payments as localt
'~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ 'kA4efrsofte oenrGog
'f sIRone. <meywa be inningand Ann Arbor. But, he may find tax bases change, assuiing that
to ontmplte 198 pesien-the task much more challenging, each mill of assessed property
. f~N YY~ <N x tai id, and wanted to demon- if i fact not imossible, on a'tax generates proportiontel;
id evl strate in the 1966 Michigan state statewid lvethe same amount of funding any-'
I elecion a abiliy to pull" Conservative Republicans in "where in Michigan.
office with him. strongly with his vocal support YET BURSLEY is by no
<g 4 , f sb g i ; , > a iof a limited defense budget. And means certain to receive the
"" y f « ° i v < !ROMNEY'S strategists thus some black voters in all-impor- Congressional nomination if
selected a small group of key tant Wayne County may find his Esch does choose to try for the
ON OF , \ a Congressional campaigns, in firm stand against cross-district Senate. Younger elements in the
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nents in the local Democeaic
party council would undoubtedly
be quick to point out that Bul-
ard's radical reputation would
not be well received in Livonia
or in the largely rural Monroe
County portion of the district
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"We're not solving problems for people, instead we're helping
them to solve their own problems," explains Elizabeth Saviano,
a Drug Help staff worker.
Drug Help (761-HELP) is a community service organization
which operates a 24-hour crisis phone line staffed by trained
personnel who can also go out on house calls to deal with prob-
lems that can't be handled over the telephone.
THE GROUP is one of a loose coalition of three community
organizations which coiprise the William St. Community Center,
located at 621. E. William St. The other two groups are Ozone
House and the Community Project.
Although Drug Help was established five years ago pri-
marily to deal with drug use and abuse problems, its main func-
tion today, according to Saviaoo, is counseling. The group con-
ducts short and- long term drug counseling for families and
individuals.
The staff consists of about 60 unpaid volunteers and six paid
members and at least two workers are on duty 24 hours per day.
All staffers go through 60 hours of training before they are
placed on duty, including instruction in first aid, overdose prob-
lems, and crisis counseling.
AMBULANCE SERVICES are. available but most medical
cases are referred to hospitals and the Free People's Clinic.
Ozone House is aonther service organizati >n which offers its
counseling services mainly to runaways. Like Drug Help, it is
staffed primarily by trained volunteers and severail paid workers.

"Basically, we're an alternative agency, we're not so lkely
to be distributed by runways as would another organization, like
the Department of Social Services," says Ozone House worker
Dan Bates.
"WE TRY TO BE on the side of the youth, by counseling on
a human level," he explains.
Family counseling sessions may attempt to reunite familiesE
when this seems to be the solution. If, however, the problems
-an't be resolved, Ozone House can arrange for temporary or
permanent foster house placement.
According to Bates, most of the runaways who come to the
Ozone House office (which is open from 10 am. to 1 a.m.) are
between the ages of 14 and 17 and are from the Washtenaw
County area.
THE COMMUNITY Center Project, newest of the three organ-
izations at the William St. Center, includes several educational
and informational programs such as the Ride Switchboard and
the Community Switchboard.
Both groups can be reached anytime between 10 a.m. and
10 p.m. by dialing ONE-1111.
Community Switchboard provides information on .community
organizations and happenings. The switchboard collects and up-
dates information on cultural events, community services and
food and vegetable co-ops.
The Ride Switchboard maintains a list of those persons
wishing to obtain rides out-of-town and as well as those offering
rides.

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