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July 08, 1977 - Image 10

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Michigan Daily, 1977-07-08

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Friddy, Juy 8, 1 77

Nge Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, July8, 19~'~

Life on
(tinured from s e )3
"We can't take a bath every
two, threemintes"
Mendes said three years lnthe
carnival business are enough for
her. "I wanst to get a job as a
nurse's aide when I go back
home. Id's going to be my last
ALTHOUGH HER 13 year old
daughter wants to take over the
business when she and her hus-
band quit, Mendez said she
doesn't want her other children.
in the carnival business.
Mendez said that being a car-
nival worker is a hard life and
she feels sorry for the people
who work with one.
"They like it 'cause they can't
get no other jobs," she said
with a deep sigh. "Some of them
probably never had a home to
start out with so this kind of life
is probably all right for them"

Belcher alleges illegal votes

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indicated that the revelation
could show voter fraud occurred
and the illegal votes determined
the results of the trial.
"IF WORST comes to worst
I suppose we could subpoena
them and ask their address and
determine if they registered to
vote" he said.
In addition, Henry said judi-
cial precedent has it that when
the number of substantiated il-
legal. votes surpass the elec-
tion's win margin the election is
usually voided.
In a legal maneuver Wheeler's
lawyer Robert Grace filed a mo-
tion with Monroe County Circuit
Judge James Kelley asking that
the City of Ann Arbor, the city
clerk and the County Board of
Canvassers be included as de-
fendants in the suit.
plaint only names Wheeler as a

Grace said the reason for the
motion was that the complaint
involved parties other than
"I means that the suit cannot
be ajudicated without these par-
ties because relief is sought
aaginst them" Grace said.
A HEARING will he held on
July 18 in Monroe County Court
to determine whether Judge Kel-
ly will accept or reject Grace's
To complicate the case furth-
er, Henry has filed an amended
complaint against Wheeler. The
two versions are similar except
the amended provision has
dropped the request for a new
election to be held.
"We felt to ask the judge to
order a new election would be
inappropriate" to this type of
complaint Henry said.

ler abtained the Mayor's pet il-
legally because of alleged errors
by the oCunty Board of Canvas-
sers in certifying the election
The first count alleges five
machines malfunctioned on elec-
tion day and the Board of Can-
vassers failed to determine the
the extent of "inaccurate vote

The second count clain at
least one ballot - a vote for
Belcher-'was discounted and at
least two absentee ballots
votes for Wheeler-were wrong-
fully counted.
'Ie third count alleges four
voters who had cast their bal-
lots for Wheeler were either im..
properly registered or not rel-
istered at all.

City phosphate ban fails

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"I don't see why this wasn't
done earlier - city engineers,
the bureaucrats, no one thought
of it," said Latta.
THE PLANT has been in
trouble with the Department of
Natural Resources (DNR) in
Lansiig and a district court

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...Vnless You Plan it That Way
When you want to limit the size of your family or apace the time
between your children, family planning can help you decide the
method of contaception that beat fits your health and lifestyle,.

judge, who have said the city
is dumping too much pollution
into the Huron River. At one
point the judge ordered the
city to discontinue new tap-ins
to the system - virtually halt-
ing Ann Arbor's construction in-
dustry. The city was later
granted a reprieve, and since
then City Council has adopted
various measures aimed at low-
ering the plant's pollution out-
Gary Guenther, chief of the
Department of Natural Re-
sources environmental services
unit explained that the state
law "was designed to prevent
a hodgepodge of local ordinan-
ces that would generally he
very confusing and hard o en-
Guenther also said the depart
ment is in the process of for-
malizing a new state limit that
would set the phosphoras level
at .5 per cent.
"WE EXPECT the newi mit
to take effect on cinsil ,"
said Guenther.
Latta doubted the sincerity'
of Guenther's statements
"October 1 is not the time o
implementation, but the time
they will be studying the ques
tion again," said Lata le de-
scrihed the present state lan
as "absolutely stupid" and
said the DNR's handln" of the
situation was "virtuallt SIdS
Latta said he expc's t
fer a resolution be wn e
touiicil asking tor st
compliance nith the 5 e
limi' sometime later'i-- iii
fees may
(Continued frm Page I
use. The city has yet to find
buyer for the refuse dey
COUNCIL approved a s
munity Development B10ic
Grant (CDBG) contract with
Ann Arbor Construction C
pany for the base repair s
resirfacing of four area fl
oughfares - Division bets
Packard and Huron, Chapin
tween Huron and Miller,.M
son between State and a
and First Street betweet
sea and Davis.
Thomas Keranen, chief ofj
s and construction for
Street, Traffic, and Parking
partment (STP), said that
roads should be resurfae
the start of football season
struction may begin as early
this week. Theaota o
project is $107973.22-

But family planning means a lot more. Like-
* making sure you're healthy before, during.
and after pregnancy
* counseling and helping solve fertility,
problems for couples who want to have
children but can't
* counseling and assisting men in their role
in family planning

Family plannmiq- means more than you may
have thought.
For help or information, contact the family
planning clinic in your community, your local
health department, or your own physician.

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