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Friday, May 31, 1974


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Friday. May 31, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page N:ne

Faith healer to come
(Continued from Page 3) and has syndicated shows on
However, 15 years ago when both radio and teles sion.
Kuhlman moved to Pittsburgh,
still her headquarters, things "SHE INSPIRES people to
began snowballing. The faith believe in God," says Rev.
healer now heads the wealthy Thomas Trask of Dearborn who
Kathryn Kuhlman Foundation coordinated her Detroit visit

to Crisler
two years ago and will bring
9,555 followsers with him to
"I hae witnessed heatings,
he says. "All people hase ti do
is accept her message . . . the
message of God."

Murray details no-milluge city budget

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City Administrator Sylvester
Murray yesterday called on lo-
cal voters to carefully consider
an emergency property tax in-
crease which he said will be
necessary if the city is to con-
tinue its present level of mu-
nicipal service.
Emphasizing the effects of
inflation and the increasing de-
mand for services during the
past several years, Murray cau-
tioned that without additional
revenue the city will be forced
to make "very drastic cuts" in
vital areas.
THE CITY hopes to generate
the necessary funds through ap-
proval of a 1.7 mill property tax
hike appearing on the June 10
school board election ballot.
The administration has al-
ready allocated the $1 million
the tax increase would bring
in, as part of the fiscal 1975
budget that will go into effect
July 1.
However, if the millage is de-
feated, the city must reduce ex-
penditures - and consequently
delivery of, services - to a
level thatbthe administration
say~5sill be "far short of de-
sired" operations.
"WE NEED the money for
existence level activities not for
increased or new services,
Murray said. "We simply need
the millage to exist."
Murray cited the police, fire,
and public works departments
as areas that would suffer if
the millage is voted down, al-
Around A2
The University of Michigan
Artists and Craftsmen's Guild
will be sponsoring an arts and
crafts fair at the Briarwood
Mall today from 9:30 a.m. to
9:30 p.m. and continuing
through the weekend. The fair
will feature artists and Crafts-
persons from all over the state
selling and demonstrating their
work, as well as continuous en-
tertainment from 1 to 7 p.m.
Ars Musica baroque ensem-
ble, will give the last perform-
snce if its 197374 seaso110
Moday ats 1.m. at St. Cire's
Eniscopal Church, 2309 Packard.
Tickets to the concert, titled,
"The art of the 1larosichords,"
are available at Libertv Music
and lldcock Misic, and at the
door starting at 7:45 on the
night of the performance.
The Lighthouse, a summer
coffeehouse run by Word of
God, onens its third season to-
morrow. The facility offers free
mrsic, entertainment, drama
aird dance performances every
Fri'iiay and Saturday night all
smmmer in the basement of the
First Presbyterian Church on
Washtenaw between Hill and
South University.
Daily Official Bulletin
Friday, May 31i
Day Calendar
WUOM: Sen. Howard Baker
spes on Watergate Committee's
report at Nti PrmsCubreorded
5 30, 9.7 MHz, 10:05 a.m. 11:30 p.m.
Hospital Commission for Women:
W10i10 s ipita, noon.
Eduationai Media Ctr.-A-Ctc.:
"Chicken Soup," "Golden Meir,"
Schorling Aud., S.E.B., 12:15 p.m.
Career Planning & Placement
32100 SAB 764-7456
Peace Corps / Vista recruiters wilt
bep at CP&P, 320 Al, June 3
trough 5, 574, 9 AM to 4 PM.
Volunteers are needed for program
at home & abroad. Stop in or cal
764-7456 for an appointment.

though all city functions will be
"reduced or curtailed."
Recommepded budget cuts -
in the event they become neces-
sary - will hit personnel par-
ticularly hard. The administra-
tor has suggested and City
Council agreed that 30 full-time
municipal workers be laid-off
and that other employes receive
no salary increases or be de-
moted to lower salary grades if
the millage fails.
SUCH ACTION would risk
lawsuits or strikes by the un-
ionized city employes, Murray
said yesterday. But he added
that he has not as yet had any
direct discussions with the un-
ion leaders.
Murray also admitted the
property tax increase is not a
longterm solution to the city's
financial bind. He said follow-
ing the June 10 vote council and
the administration will draft a
definite fiscal policy, aimed at
balancing expenditures a n d
Nonetheless, Murray concen-
trated on the importance of the
millage to the city's immediate
Utrthe UNION
open 8:30 a.m.
Sunday, June 2
9:00 a m 3:00 p.m.
201 Hill -
SAnn Arbor

operations. His statement yes-
terday -- in the form of an open.
letter to the citizens of Ann Ar-
bor - is part of a campaign to
inform voters about the "facts"
of the millage.
THE CAMPAIGN thus far has
emphasized the detrimental ef-
fects, termed "devastating" by
Murray, that defeat of the tax
proposal would have on munici-
pal services.
"We have confidence the vot-
ers will understand the financial
problems facing the city and
will take responsive action at
the polls," Murray said.


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