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Friday; March 26, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MUSICAL MDSE.

PERSONAL _
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First ward focuses on racial tension

(Continued from Page 1) lem of racism, because accord-
the recent police shooting of two ing to the city's system of pri-j
black youths. orities, blacks, as well as wo-'
men, are the last to be hired,
COMPETING for the First and the first to be fired."

feasible solution to race related candidates.

ABC TRUCK RENTAL
MAL 0 .Local and One-Way RENTALS

problems.

All agree the city roads are
in need of repair, but do not

"WHEN IT comes to racial support an increased tax burden
and sex issues, the ordinances on residents.

RADIOS,REPAIRS log. Stewart-MacDonald Mfg., Box Ward post being vacated by'
900AF, Athens, Ohio, 45701. 40F328 Democrat Colleen McGee are
HOWARD ROBERT'S Seminar is Republican Wendell Allen, 28,
OADcoming to Ann Arbor so.Cl o INT'L. STUDENTS recreation pro-
for detils 66-9 soon.Cal gram tonight, 7 p.m.-10 p.m., Water- Democrat Ezra Rowry, 46, and
fdetails_668-6995 ___9X328_man Gymnasium, cF417 the Socialist H u m a n Rights
RWPAIR, adjustment and restora- Party's (SHRP) write-in candi-
tion of all string instruments. date Diane Autin, 21.
Quality work, completely guaran- tAnnouncemrentI
teed. great Lakes Banjo Co., 1342 N.! This pie-shaped ward, which#
Main. 994-4964. cte CFS Office f extends from State St. and
___________fice_____of0 Packard St. on one side to the
GUITARS, 40% off list. Garcia, Her- Study Abroad 1976
nandis, Ramirez. 665-7348 or 429- city's northernmost boundary on
9241. cXtc Appiicatiors being accepted now. the other, encompasses a some-
_ arn up to 8 credits. what beterogenous mix of con-
2 FISHER XP-66B 3-way speakers. USSR 9 Vienna H Paris * Dijon whatuet gx
$50. Call 994-4368 after 4. 75X328 0 Nairobi H Nice 0 Florence stituents.
9 Perugia 0 Israel- Copenhagen Unlike the other wards, the
PERSONAL * British Virgin Island H Geneva First is noted for its almost
q Spain een division between student
EXPERIMENTAL AND From s890 ev
CO-OPERATIVE COMMUNITY and non-student areas. Although
WORKSHOP including the ward boundaries include
Two-hour workshop for anyone in- round trip jet, tuition, room, board, West and South Quad dormi-
tereated in discussing possibility of accredited University programs. For tories, and large student-dwell-
forming a small experimental, in- new course catalogues/applicationst-alo
tentional, or co-operative commun- tor summer or academic year: ing apartment areas, it also
ity including both single people and Econtains a healthy portion of
families, open to students, faculty, CENTER FOR FOREIGN STUDY
staff, and people outside the univer- 216 S. State (Next to Lane Hali> older neighborhoods consisting
aity community For more informa- (above Marti Walkers) chiefly of permanent residents!
tion, time and place of workshops, 626-5575 and the Model Cities area.

are largely ignored. There has Proposal A, which is a non-
AUTIN ALSO believes that a to be a serious look taken at the ; binding advisory referendum to
proposed civilian control board so-called (Human Rights) com- inform council of voters' opinion
set up to oversee the police de- mission. I think it's too complex. on the issue of door to door reg-
partment could make a dent in It should be dealing more with, istration of voters by deputy
discrimination if the b o a r d influencing attitudinal changes I registrars, wins the nod of ap-
didn't "end up being a white in the community., proval from each candidate.
middle class board that would Republican Allen, like Rowry,
endorse the same racist, sexist believes his background to be THE CONTROVERSIAL pro-!
attitudes already found in the' an asset to his campaign. He is posal B, a charter amendment
department." quick to point out that he was which would repeal the prefer-
"The police have to have the "eighth of ten children, ential voting (PV) provision inj
their guns taken away," she ghetto born and raised and edu- the charter, is supported by Al-!
said. "Guns are not needed in cated in the segregated schools len, and opposed by both Rowry
Ann Arbor. The police have of Chantanooga, Tenn." and Autin.
been using them in racist "I take government and civil . PV is a recently-adopted vot-
ways."rights very seriously because of ing procedure w h i c h allows
According to Rowry, the Feb. that," he says, voters to indicate a second
8 police shooting of two black choice mayoral choice, which
youths is not the cause of racial ALTHOUGH Allen thinks that' will be counted when no candi-
tension in the city but merely "race relations should be taken date receives more than 50 per!
one symptom. out of politics all together," he cent of the vote.
admits the issue of racial ten- "Voting for me is a very im-
THE RACE problem here is sion is an important one in the portant civil rights issue, and I
not a result of the shooting in First Ward as well as city-wide. think PV opposes the one-man,
and of itself. There's a lot of one-vote concept," says Allen.
blacks who believe that the I"But you're not going to get
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SET A RECORD AUTIN was not drawn into
on any of our pinball machines and the campaign until last week,j
win a free submarine sandwich. after the SHR'S original can-
CROSS EYED MOOSE didate, postal service worker;
cF330 C Thomas Owen, was forced to
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shooting wouldn't have occurredt n ight, hea said. "And
if the suspects were white, and tion overnight," he said. "And
I agree." although my opponent (Rowry)
Rowry prides himself on his talks about black problems, he's
background which he believes never dealt with a community
is a partial qualification to un- program for blacks."
derstanding the city's racial Allen suggests no specific
problems. tactics for improvIng the city's
"I will be a different kind of! racial climate, but says, "We
council member than any of the need people talking about peo-
others because I was raised a; ples' problems. Not more bu-
black child in Mississippi, I reaucrats pushing papers."
have not attended college and I OF THE three ballot proposals
work as a bus driver," he tells
constituents in his campaign I going before the voters in the
literature. "I know what it is April 5 election, proposal C-a
to be poor . . ." proposal in form of a charter

FOR THE PUBLIC INTEREST . .
ELECTIONS FOR
PIRGIM'S BOARD OF
DIRECTORS WILL BE
HELD APRIL 6,7,and 8
Any student is eligible to run for one of nine
positions on the Board, To become a candidate,
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Union) no later than Thursday, April 1.
For further information CALL 662-6597
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black constituents. ,
"The racial tension in Ann
Arbor is partly due to the fact
that it is so segregated," she!
maintains. "There's a lot of,
segregation and racism in theI
schools as well as in the police!
department. The black people
in this city know they're being
shit upon and they don't want
to take it any more," Autin
says.
Easing of racial tension, ac-
cording to Autin, could be part-
ly achieved by paring down the
unemployment figures. "Black'
unemployment adds to the prob-I
TU1J likes
strikie
p act
(Continued from Page 1)
Robert Miller yesterday. "It'
enables us to work together to
enforce maintenance demands
and enables tenants to bargain
over the terms of their lease
and rental agreement."
According to the terms of the.
agreement, the TU will win the
right to negotiate the lease used
by Trony, and a newly-devised!
grievance procedure will estab-
lish an arbitration board con-:
sisting of representatives from
the TU,management and a
third party acceptable to the;
other two.
Tenants Union officials hope
this will speed resolution of
tenant - landlord disputes and:
lessen the chances of court ac-
tion -formerly the main re-
course for disgruntled tenants.
IN ADDITION, all f u t u r e
Trony tenants will have to reg-
ister as members of the union
or pay a nominal service fee
equal to.TU dues.
While the TU won itself recog-
nition, the approximately 120
striking tenants will receive a
one-month rent rebate and other;
embellishments from the man-
agement company. Futurej
Trony renters will also be al-I
lowed to summon an outside
contractor if management fails
to respond to maintenance re-
quests within a specified time. -
In such a case, Trony would be
required to pick up the tab.
The rent strike was organized
by the TU last November in pro-
test of what some tenants
claimed to be shoddy mainten-
ance and security measures.

ROWRY HAS not pledged firm'
support for a civilian police;
control board, but said he would ,
study it as a possibility.
"Ideally, if you've got a de-
cent council representation, the'
problems between the police and I
the community would be large-
ly resolved," he said.
According to Rowry, stricter
enforcement of the city's human
rights ordinance is the most

amendment which would re-
quire a new tax of one mill for
five years for repair of streets-
is the only one receiving a "no"
vote from all three Ward One
Frank (Pancho \l rtin led ,
thoroughbred trainers at New
York racetracks in 1/73 .vith
103 winners.
Augusta, Ga., has an area of
1,713 square miles.

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