THE SUMMER DAILY
Tuesday, May 15, 1973
Page Ten THE SUMMER DAILY Tuesday, May 15, 1973
Council approves budget
The Republicans also passed a
slate of amendments to the bud-
get, including an additional fund
request for the police department
and minor appropriations to other
The police department received
the largest slice of the fiscal pie,
with a next rear's budget of
ne-arly 43.5 million. The fire and
sanitation departments also re-
ceived large sums.
REPUBLICAN Mayor James
Stephenson said that the budget
"will more than serre the le-
gitimate needs of the city." He
indicated, however, that he felt
budget appropriations were hand-
cuffed by the city's extensive
"The general funds budget,"
he said;' "concentrates on non-
social service-oriented programs,
since they are funded by other
Both the Human Rights Party
and Democratic council mem-
bers, blasting the budget, offered
amendments to deal with what
t h e y considered high - priority
i t e m s - drug-help programs,
health services, and childcare.
THE HRP COUNCIL members
proposed large cuts in the police
department appropriation, with
the money g ing to sarious hi-
man service groups, such as Oc-
tagon house and the Community
The Democrats on council pro-
posed trimming "administratise
fat" from the budget, with more
of an emphasis on community
programs, as well as asking for
an increase i nthe parks and
recreation department funding
Stephenson claimed that the
Democratic and HRP amend-
ments had been considered and
included in the budget approved
by council last night.
CAROL JONES (D - Second
Ward) howover, contended that
the Republicans merely made a
token gesture. "I don't believe
the Republicans truly incorpo-
rated Democratic or HRP pro-,
posed changes, since these areas
are insignficaotly funded, if at
all," she said.
J e r r y DeGrieck (HRP-First
Ward) said the budget in no way
reflects IIRP priorities for city
spending. "We cannot support a
budget which ignores all social
the city needs white in-
the police department
rimed the entire budget,
oless waste of mTione."
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President Nixon's principal do-
mestic adviser April 30 after
White House involvement in the
Watergate affair became known.
Mardian claimed former FBI
Assistant Director W. C. Sullivan
had removed the files from the
FBI, Ruckelshaus said, because
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CONTROVERSIAL f i r m e r
White House counsel John Dean
made the news again yesterday
as he testified before Chief U.S.
District Judge John Sirica that
papers ie had stolen out of the
White House and locked in an
Alexandria, Va. bank were Water-
gate documents with a classifi-
cation stricter than top secret.
The judge ordered copies made
available to prosecutors and Sen-
ate investigators, with the orig-
inals to be held by the clerk of
his court. It meant the White
House, which asked their return,
will get copies from the Justice
Meanwhile, the Senate Judi-
ciary Committee yesterday ques-
tioned Elliot Richardson for the
third day for his confirmation as
attorney general to replace the
resigned Richard Kleindienst.
Richardson told newsmen he
had narrowed his choices of a
special Watergate prosecutor to
- Harold Tyler Jr., a U.S.
District judge in the southern
district of New York, a Republi-
can who served as an assistant
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Association's administration of
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- Warren Christoper, a Los
Angeles attorney and former dep-
uty U.S. Attorney general.
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