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JOHN
NICHOLAS
and
STEVE
NARDELLA
guitar
and
harp
1411 WalI STREET
761~ S

City income tax seems possible-

(Contined from tPage 3)
Arbor councilman Robert -Faber
(D-2nd Ward,. "But even a one
per cent income tax will not be
enough without some property
tax."
According to Faber, there will
be little trouble obtaining agree-
ment from the five Democrats on
the evenly split city council on a
plan assuring both taxes. How-
ever, for the measure to pass
council's vote and have reason-
able chance of success before the

Voters, support from council Re-
publicans is also necessary.
To minimize debate and "keep
the issue non-partisan,' Faber
says Democrats will soon be
seeking the establishment of a
Blue Ribbon Commission on the
question of taxes. "This will in
elude the more stable, solid type
people of the community such as
bankers," Faber says, and they
will have the political clout that
would make it difficult for coun-

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w CHICAGO ROCK BAND
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cil Republicans to oppose an in-
come tax before the voters.
"We have to demonstrate the
efficiency of present operations."
Sheehan says, 'I don't see any
real opposition to it (the taxes)
on political grounds . . . the ref-
erendum will probably be on the
ballot near November."
Yet despite this optimism, sev-
eral courses remain for council
Republicans to attempt to keep
down the budget increases the
Democrats have in mind. Rob-
ert Weaver. tR-2nd Ward) , the
council's most liberal Republi-
can, is the normal mainstay of
Democratic proposals that pass
council by slim majorities, He
appears likely to accede to re-
tention of only about half of the
current 7.5 mills property tax if
the income tax is also passed.
Whether this will satisfy the
Democrats remains to be seen.
Still, for Ann Arbor taxpayers
one thing remains quite clear:
there will be more taxes-prob-
ably both property and-income -
and they will come soon.
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Adls removal
not-pressured
(Continued from Page 3)
tog "was based solely on the
law," "Jacobetti had nothing to
do with our decision."
The ACLU yesterday sent The
Daily a copy of Jacobetti's re-
sponse to the ACLU's charge that
he was wielding his power as
Vice-Chairman of the House Ap-
propriations Committee in ask-
ing that student newspapers no
longer accept abortion advertis-
ing,
Jacobetti's response stated in
part: "I' felt it was my duty not
only as a legislator but as a citi-
zen to, in as polite a way as pos-
sible, emphatically inform them
(the student newspapers) that
there is such a thing as illegal
advertising and that is why my
letter was written to the univer-
sities.
Jacobetti also pointed out that
"the matter of illegal advertising
in college papers was brought to
my attention by a member of the
capitol press corps who made it
very clear that none of the state's
daily and weekly newspapers
could carry such advertise-
ments."
Abortion advertising became a
topic of controversy with the lib-
eralization of New York's abor-
lion law last July.

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