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Wednesdoy,_ ay 7, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wednesday, May 7, 1975 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Pc ge Fifteen

age Fifteen

Lindemer selected
for Supreme Court

Council splits on issues

(Continued from Page 1)
eight - year term which began
last November.
He must also resign as Uni-
versity regent and Milliken is
expected to appoint a replace-
ment within the next few weeks.
A Milliken aide said the gover-
nor is currently considering
"several names" for the posi-
tion and that nominations
should be made "as soon as
possible."
L I N D E M E R is co-chair-
man of the state bar's commit-
tee, which screens possible
court appointees, and a formet
legislator who made an unsuc-
cessful bid for attorney general
in 1966. Despite lis judicial and
legislative involvement, some
Democrats were surprised Mil-
liken would pick a non-judge
with such strong party ties.
Democratic reaction was gen-
erally mild, but State Democra-
tic Chairman Morley Winograd
condemned what he termed the
"degree of partianship" in the
appointment.
"I think it's a great argu-

ment against gubernatorial ap-
nointments of Supreme Court
justices," he said yesterday.
"The argiment is favor of ap-
nointing edges is that it takes
the politics ont of the process.
This shiws that it does not."
DEMOCRATS were also sur-
nrised Milliken would choose a
man without statewide backing
since Lindemer must run for
election next year.
Lindemer has been active in
the Republican party for 25
years and has represented the
Republican Party or Republ-
can groups several times before
the legislature.
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"I wait," she continued, 'with
baited breath to see what .the
(Democrats will come up with."
"If $18 million gets allocatedl
with the incredibily poor priori-
ties of t h e Administrator's
budget, :the anger of the comr
munity will be directed at the
leadership of the Democratic
party," she concluded.
WHEELER HAS set up three,
Council work sessions this week
in an attempt to make the
budget more amendable to all
involved. Enactment of the $18.6

million budget is scheduled for
next Monday.
Acting on a motion by Coun-
cilman Jamie Kenworthy (D-
FourthhWard), a resolution that
would have placed preferential
voting (PV) on the ballot in the
next general election was ta-
bled. "It's in the courts," Ken-
worthy said.
The resolution, introduced by
Rtepublican Councilman Ronald
Trowbridge, called PV "inequit-
able, undemocratic, expensive,
inefficient and disruptive." The
vote was 6-5, with Kozachenko
joining the Democrats.
In other business, Council ac-

cepted the resignation of City
Attorney Edwin Pear. In his
letter of resignation, Pear said,
"It has bees atgreat privilege
and as honor to have served
the citizens of Ann Arbor as city
attorney and I can not imagine
a more challe-ging or stimulat-
ing way for an attorney to have
spent the nast two years."
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its explorer. Eric the Red. Only
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