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dering communist demonstrators in
Greensboro, North Carolina.
Coalition spokespersons, however,
said the editorial was only the
culmination of a discriminatory
editorial policy. Burnett had called the
allegations that the South End will not
print alternative opinions "patently un-
GRIFFIN said yesterday that the
coalition, called the Ad-Hoc Committee
to Oust South End Apologists for
Klan/Nazi Murder, will continue to
oto by BRIAN MASCK collect signatures and drive for the
removal of the students.
hat the city will "We plan to continue the campaign to
oust these guys," Griffin said.
: "Because we don't think the issue is
IN: settled at all." The coalition will
resume regular meetings once WSU
classes begin today, Griffin said, ad-
eding that the group may consider
seeking the editors' dismissal before
the board again after more support can
ogram was singled be mustered.
n the middle of a
At a local GOP candidates press conference yesterday, Ann Arbor Mayor Louis Belcher revealed tl
lose $441,000 in state revenues, which have to date covered University fire protection services.
CITY TO LOSE FIRE PROT ECTION APPROPRIA TIO
Beleher to sue sa1
That's where we
trade books, art p
549 E. University at the corner of
By ELAINE RIDEOUT
Iayor Louis Belcher said yesterday
.e jis preparing to file suit against the
ale for discontinuing city fire protec-
At a local Republican press conferen-
ce, Belcher maintained that the state
action violates a provision of the
HeAdlee amendment to the state con-
BELCHER TERMED as "unfair"
Gov. William Milliken's veto of the $3
million program which has to date
reimbursed 50 communities for fire
service to state-owned buildings, in-
*iding 14 colleges and universities.
Ann Arbor 'stands to lose at least
$441,000 by elimination of the program.
The veto caught local officials off
giard, Belcher said, because the
program was reinstated at last year's
funding level in the legislature's ver-
sion of the $10 billion state budget sent
to Milliken for approval late last month.
BELCHER, WHO has previously
threatened to sue the state for Headlee
*iolations, said he had earlier
dismissed the possibility of court action
upon discovering the program had been
included in the legislative draft.
"I have commitments 'from other
cities and we will proceed with the suit
as soon as we can get this thing
organized," he said.
Belcher criticized state ad-
ministrators for failing to carry out cer-
tain provisions included in the Headlee
amendment which was approved by
voters in 1978. Under one provision the
state is obligated to pay localities for
those provisions enacted by the state
which place a bind on local gover-
nment. Belcher maintains that a state
law barring the University from
providing its own fire protection forces
the city to protect the campus.
BUT AT LEAST one state official
disagreed with Belcher's interpretation
of the amendment. "The Headlee in-
sures that the state appropriate a fixed
percentage of its budget to local units of
-government," said Robert Berg, a
spokesman from the Governor's office.
"It doesn't require that any particular
program must be continued."
Belcher said the city would continue
to pay for campus fire service at the
expenseof other city projects.
The fire subsidy pro
out by Milliken from
$100 million revenue sharing package.
In a written statement Milliken said, "I
am vetoing this payment for fire
protection to communities Wvith state-
owned facilities on the basis that state
support is not possible at this time.
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