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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tuesday, March 30, 1976

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Ward Four race may
deci de counci1 make-up
(Continued from Page 1) ever, there are 28 people on the a second mayoral choice, which
"Sure, the Republicans yell police force earning over $20,- is counted when no candidate
about the budget," he says. 000 a year plus fringe benefits, receives more than 50 per cent
"That's their usual complaint. and we have less patrolmen on of the vote.
But they don't care about t h e the streets than we had in 1973."
budget, they don't know any- IN THE form of a charter
thing about it. You could turn "I THINK there has to be a amendment, proposal C would
the budget upside down and reason for that," argues Slat- require a new tax of one mill for
they wouldn't know what it er. "You have to reward exper- five years for repairs of streets.
was." ience, you've got to have good Kenworthy has said he'll v o t e
men at the top." for it "because the city really
KENWORTHY supports a Rent control has also surfaced does need the money," but isn't
strong city program of social as an important issue in this taking a strong stand on the is-
services, as does Elder. Slater, ward, with Elder offering t h e ' sue.
however, isn't making s a c i a 1 strongest support of the mea- Both Slater and Elder oppose
services an issue in her cam- sure. "We put rent control on j the measure, with Elder offer-
paign. the ballot twice," she says, il- ing a "steeply graduated in-
"I'm not against social serv- lustrating her party's concern come tax," as an alternative.
ices," contends Slater, "but I w
think some of that money should The SHRP rent control propos-
go to repair the streets." als were nixed both times by
the city electorate.

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In contrast to dater, x le n -

worthy contends, Ift we spenU SLATER, a former apartment
$20 million on streets, we'd have building manager, describes
wonderful streets, but then ev- herself as "middle-of-the-road"
erything else would be in crap- on the rent control question. She
py shape. acknowledges, however, t h a t
"tenants have a right to expect
STEMMING FROM the econo-: places kept up to standard."
mic debate is a squabble among Kenworthy, in opposition of
the candidates over police offi- rent control, believes "it would
cer salaries. While Elder is cause more problems than it
campaigning for a cut in the would solve, both for owners and
police budget, both Kenworthy~ tenants."
and Slater have rejected her "It's not a question of r e n t
proposal. 1control," he adds. "It's a ques-
Slater, in fact, has made in-1 tion of good housing."
creased crime control one of her
major campaign objectives. OF THE three ballot propos-,
"I'm all for controlling crime, als being put to voter discern in
too," said Kenworthy. "How- 1 the April 5 election, proposal A
-_ - - a non-binding referendum to
During the first 23 days of inform council of voters' opin-
New York's 1976 thoroughbred: ion on the issue of door to door
racing season at Aqueduct jock- registration of voters by deputy
ey Ron Turcotte rode 26 win- registrars - is the only propos-
ners. al approved by all three candi-
dates.
The 1976 Gulfstream Park The hotly debated proposal B,
a charter amendment which
thoroughbred racing meeting would repeal the preferential
runs from March 6 through May voting (PV) provision in t h e'
11. __ charter, is supported by Ken-
worthy and Elder, but vehe-:
A course of action . . . Air mently opposed by Slater.
Fore RTC.Ifyouve ot PV is a voting procedure
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