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The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 23, 1984-- Pae 7
Co-op debt plan rejected

By COLIN ZICK
The Department of Housing and
Urban Development has turned down a
plan to let the Arrowwood Hills co-
operative pay off its $640,000 debt, but
said it will not foreclose on the housing
cooperative if it can't come up with the
money.
Arrowwood residents had offered
HUD $200,000 of the total, $120,000 from
a city loan, and $80,000 from residents'
money. The remainder would have
been paid off over the rest of the
development's mortgage.
BRIAN EWART, a member of an ad-
hoc committee to save Arrowwood, said

he is "happy that they've stopped the
foreclosure" and thinks the HUD letter
turning down the bailout plan is "a
negotiating document," not an outright
rejection.
The $640,000 debt grew out of
delinquent mortgage payments during
the 1970s. Many of the co-ops 1,300
residents fear they might have to move
out if HUD forecloses and rents are
raised under a private owner.
Ewart said the HUD letter contained
some rough counter-proposals, in-
cluding an offer to accept Arrowwood's
$200,000, and then requiring the co-op to
pay $240,000 over the next two years in
monthly installments of $10,000. The

remaining $200,("O would be added on
to a 15-year mortgage.
BUT EWART WORRIES about one
part of the plan which would lalow HUD
to demand the rest of the debt at theend
of the 15 year.
"It's a greater risk," than the co-op's,
plan, Ewart said, because "that means
we would have to get out and get a 1id*ar
at that time."
City Councilman Larry Hunter (D-1st
Ward) also said the HUD letter leaves
possibilities open for Arrowwood, bt
he doubted the city would loan the
development any more money.
"I don't think the council is willing dr
in a financial position to do so," he said.

Mentally ill mother is charged
with the deaths of four children

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI) - A judge yesterday set bond
at $750,000 for a young mother accused of suffocating her
three sons and drowning her boyfriend's daugher in separate
crimes from 1974 to 1982.
Debra Sue Tuggle, 26, was subdued during her brief ap-
pearance before the judge. She mumbled her reponses,
telling the judge/she was unemployed, had no money, no
property and no car.
PULASKI COUNTY Municipal Judge Andy Clark appoin-
ted a public defender to represent her and transferred the

case to circuit court.
Tuggle wore a red jumpsuit and ravy blue cloth coat.
She was accompanied by her mother and uncle. Her mother
patted her on the back as they left the crowded courtroom.
Tuggle, a former mental patient, was charged with first
degree murder in the deaths of 3 of her own children
and the 1982 death of Tomekia Shenee Paxton, the 2-year-olo
daughter of her former boyfriend, George Paxton, 36, of Lit-
tle Rock.

AP Photo
Fitting into place
Workers of the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Mi. gently roll the first Ford Mustang into its new home among the
other cars in the museum. The 1965 white convertible is being added to the collection to mark its 20th birthday.
Greek competition aids charities
(continued from Page 5)

Correction
A proposed bill in Congress to make
teaching assistants' tuition waiver tax
free again, would take effect July 1. The
Daily reported incorrectly yesterday
that the bill is scheduled to take effect
July 31.
The story also said "currently TAs
must pay taxes one-third of their
tuition." It should have said TAs must
pay taxes on the one-third portion of
their tuition that the University waives.

to their charities, many Sigma Chi members donate their
time by volunteering for these organizations. According to
this year's chair, Cliff Wilcox, philanthropy builds a real sen-
se of pride in the fraternity.
Another popular event on campus is Alpha Phi's date auc-
tion where representatives from different fraternities bid on
the chance to participate in various activities. This year the
bids ranged from $80 to $100 for the opportunity to accom-
pany sorority members to places like Detroit's Greek Town.
Laura O'Brien, an Alpha Phi senior, thinks that philanthropy
Ws equal in importance to the social part of the house because
"the date auction is so fun it's almost like a social event."
Between the date auction and a lollipop sale, Alpha Phi con-
tributed over $1600 to the Heart Association this year.

bda Chi Alpha's Winterfest which chairman Chris Clearly
boasts is "brand new this year". Winterfest, which Cleary
called "one continuous party." consists of an entire weekend
full of activities like a happy hour, sorority competitions,
happy hour a dance and happy hour. The event "bringsa lot
of' girls and guys together to have a good time and raise
monev..it works for everyone. Although they raised $500
for Mott Children's Hospital this year, Cleary hopes to more
than double the amount earned next year and to reinstitute
the Fun Run which Lambda Chi usually holds each fall.
But for the time being. the Greeks must content themselves
with the one conm petiion left this year: the Greek Olympics
which will be held tomorrow After that, they return to the
monotony of att ending classes, studying, and planning next
year s Greek Week.

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The new popularity in philanthropy shows
'U' student
Aiot guilty
of ticket
scalping
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made two other arrests on scalping
charges the day before Haughton's.
Haughton said after the trial, he
thought the crackdown was prompted
by a November 17 Ann Arbor News ar-
ticle on scalping, which quoted Police
Chief William Corbett as saying enfor-
cedment of the scalping law is a low
priority.
"IF THEY did this as a normal cour-
se of action it wouldn't bother me,"
Haughton said, "But when they do it in
response to an article, it becomes a
uestion of the reputation of the police
~epartment."
District Court Judge Elden did not
allow the defense to introduce two
photographs as evidence, allegedly
showing two Michigan State Police of-
ficers and their wives sitting in the
seats confiscated from Haughton the
day before.
Trials are pending for two other
defendants charged with scalpling:
LSA junior Mark George, the
Oophetor of E-Z Ticket Service, and
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