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I N S I D E
PROPOSALS U.S. SENATE Paul Jensen, a surprise winner in the August primary
Ballot questions Pages 31-17 Levin vs. Lousma Page s- for the 53rd district seat in Lansing.
Along the top row of levers in the voting booth will One of the country's hottest - and most expensive
be five ballot proposals, the most controversial of - senate campaigns pits incumbent Democrat Carl COURTS
which would cut taxes statewide and make Ann Arbor Levin against retired astronaut Jack Lousma. Politics and the bench
a nuclear-free zone. Pages 19
The recent controversy over appointment of
PRESIDENT Teacher challenges Pursell Michigan Supreme Court justices has drawn atten-
Page 10 tion to the races for state and local judgeships.
oPages4-5 Republican Carl Pursell's 2nd district
Executive decision congressional seat is being sought by Mike Mc- C
Many see the presidential battle as a choice bet- Cauley, a Plymouth teacher. OUNTY
ween the lesser of two evils. But eight other presiden- Running Washtenaw Count
tial candidates want to offer voters an alternative. ENTERTAINMENTS
We take a look at their stories and Reagan and Mon- Pages 20-22
dale's stances on the issues. Happenings Pages 11-14 Voters have to make decisions on a number of
Keep up with what's going on in town with infor- people who make up the county government
EDUCATION mation on movies, theater, music, and restaurants.VTING
School boards Pages-6,
Voters will choose regents for the University of STATE HOUSE Confusion Page 24
Michigan and members of several other boardsru saPg The back page offers a little help on when, where,
which oversee public education. Bullard runs again Pae1 and how to exercise the much-acclaimed yet often
State Rep. Perry Bullard faces perennial candidate unused right to vote.
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FOR YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY
AND THE PROTECTION OF YOUR RIGHTS$
WHILE A STUDENT AT THE UNIVERSITY
OF MICHIGAN
ELECT
GEORGE WAHR SALLADE
(Democrat)
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF WASHTENAW COUNTY
As Prosecutor, Sallade will establish a special team to protect you from criminal sexual
assault and spouse abuse. The right to dissent and the right to Picket will be safeguarded
VOTE FOR
George Wahr
for Prosecuting Aftorney -- WASHTENAW COUNTY
Paid for by the Committee to elect George Wahr Sallade for Prosecuting Attorney. Fulton Eaglin, Treasurer
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E D U C A T I
WCC trustee hopefuls stress student
By Molly Melby One of the incumbents, James Ander- teaches English at the University of WCC an
A son, has been a trustee for seven years. Michigan and has been a member of the Lang als
W ASHmTENAW Colmuty Colleged Anderson said it is very important for WCC board since 1974. Bailey said that closing t
specifically for twoyear occupational the board to help the college create the trustees "need to do more" to currently
training. The Board of Trustees is programs "responding to employers' strengthen the relationship WCC has admimsi
responsible for making policy and set- needs while remaining responsive to with four-year universities in the area,
ting guidelines for the school. It is a the special interests of the students." especially in terms of making it easier Marcia
John Corey, another incumbent, has for WCC students to transfer after two seeking t
non-partisan, part-time, non-paid served as a trustee for one-and-a-half years to larger schools. Having i
Four candidates, including three in- years. Corey said that as WCC The challenger, James Lang, is a six years
Fourmb ndat esekincluing h three n becomes increasingly more visible pharmacist at St. Joseph Mercy respect fo
van a re seekiy tterhse arthee within the community the trustees must Hospital and has a solid health-care- that the n
vaiable six-year terms. A fourth work "to help maintain a positive oriented backround. Lang feels that the from the
vacanc, whih is nder eparaedcon
sideration, was created by the image of the college" to, encourage board would benefit from his extensive a resider
resignation of a previously-elected of- more students to explore the programs experience in high-tech and health- her focu
ofee hr.rela ted fields. "respond
fcnia and is being sought by only one ofrdtee
ca andiThe third incumbent, Richard Bailey, Having been a part-time student at from that
Education board candidates
State Board of Wayne State Washtenaw Com- M
Education University Board munity College Uni
(Vote for Two) of Governors Board of Trustees
Gumencindo Salas (D-East Lansing) (Vote for Two) (Vote for 3 out of 4) June Kre
John Watanen (D-Marquette) James Anderson (Ann Arbor) Charles \
Cherry Jacobus (R-Grand Rapids) Winifred Fraser (D-Northville) Richard Bailey (Ann Arbor) Dean Pri
Dorothy Beardmore (R-Rochester) WinifedFraser -John Corey (Ann Arbor) Kathy Wi
Lois Mellberg (Tisch-Owosso) George Lewis (a-Detroit) James Lang (Ann Arbor) Charles S
Marjorie Morris (Tisch-Flint) Shores) Thomas J
Peggy Goldman Frankie (Communist- Gary Artinian (R-Boomfield Twp.) (Vote for 1) Kurt Webs
Detroit) GarydArtininr Marcia Harrison (Ypsilanti)
Harold M. Boog (Libertarian-Lincoln Harold Lichtenberg (Libertarian-
Township) Waterford)
Gwendoline Stillwell (Libertarian- William Hollander (Libertarian-
East lansing) Drayton Plains)
9 vieforstate board Miss Boi
By Allison Zousmer (we need) quality in education whether
rich or poor, black or white."
HOUGH one candidate described rIf elected she would try to expand th e Un on ?
T a seat on the state board of funding of schools to include taxes on
education as "a lot of authority and lit- corporations and banks and direct
more federal funds to schools. This
challenging two Democratic incumbents view is highlighted in the party slogan Why not bowl at Colonial
for their positions on the panel. "more money for schools, not bombs." Lanes? Challenge your
And much of the opposition that in- Frankie, though, does not believe she friends or roommates to a
cumbent Democrats Gumecindo Salas can get elected this time, "I do hope tofewgames and then
and John Watanen will face is coming raise some questions and answers." fe gae an hnjoin us
from third party candidate. The two Republican challengers, in the newly remodeled Pin
Five of the seven represent third r- Cherry Jacobus of Grand Rapids and Room Bar and Grill for big
ties. Gwendoline Stillwell, a Liber- DorothykBeardm ore yRoche screen TV, cold drinks and
tarian Party Candidate, says she is would take the board iTn yet anotherh
running for a seat because she became direction..good o .T eres no rea-
disillusioned with the major parties due Beardmore says she is most concer- son to give up bowling
to the horrendous national debt and in- ned over the lack of "a broad, long when you can go to
creasing prices of state and local range view of what education should be
goermntlargely because of the economy and Colonial Lanes.
Steiwm ntd her party would "like to because people haven't looked."
S thl ell and fh e dart woul"ikb e oShe believes her ticket can offer the
see the system of education become motbcueohseanJcbs
private because government-run most because both she and Jacobus
schools are a good way to indoctrinate bring recent local school board ex-
because we're not getting the most for perience with them. "No one on the
our money, and private education is board now has that kind of experience.
mormoedpite educationtis No one asks how can this be done
mlor h effiilet"is t ilea realistically becaue they don't have the
Alhug tlleladmittwilbe "a knwldg o eprinc t mk
long time before public education will knowledge or experience to make
fade out . . . I believe that we need decisions.
choices right now." She supports tuition Democratic incumbent Salas says the
tax credits as a start. most important business for the board
Another third party candidate, Peggy is to provide funding for all levels of
Goldman Frankie of the Communist education. He also stressed the need to
Party takes a rather different ap- retrain displaced workers.
proach. His Democratic colleague, Watanen, Colo©al /aes
Frankie said she began her quest for also stressed financing of public
office because "I feel (the major par- education, but he thinks the process190SInutilH yA lAro C
ties) don't have a program that offers must be a joint one between the state, 1950 S. Industrial Hwy. Ann Arbor
solutions to the education problem ... parents, and industry.
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