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ADAMS
Continued from page 1
know," Gardner said. "But on
speculation that he doesn't see that
and others of us do, then I would
talk with him by private phone be-
fore making a public statement."
Asked if he believed the allega-
tions 'against Adams, Gardner
replied, "I'm not going to make any
judgment."
Adams dropped his bid for a sec-
ond term Sunday, hours after The
Seattle Times published accounts
from unidentified former employees
*and associates. One woman said
Adams drugged and raped her.
Adams told reporters: "I have a
job to do and I'm not resigning this
office."
Tom Keefe, his legal aide, said
the senator was standing firm.
Adams was transportation secre-
tary in the Carter administration and
earlier spent 12 years in the U.S.

House representing Seattle. Previous
allegations of sexual misconduct
made him one of the most vulnerable
Democrats in the Senate.
Former U.S. Rep. Mike Lowry
and state Sen. Patty Murray, both
Democrats, were already running
against Adams, citing his low
standing in polls.
"I think people are getting a full
dose of sex in the workplace and
abuse of power," Murray said yes-
terday. "There is a different feeling
of power among the old boys'
network."
State Democratic Chairperson
Karen Marchioro said his resignation
"has to be considered now." The al-
legations make "a very, very serious
hit on a person who was not in that
strong a position anyway," she said.
In bowing out of the race Sunday,
Adams called it "the saddest day in
my life" and denied hurting anyone.
He didn't explicitly deny the
allegations.

WILLOW RUN
Continued from page 1
largest recruiters here. (Their recruit-
ing) is a fraction of what they have
done here three or four years ago,"
he said.
"Students will go where the jobs
are," Peterson said. "Those who di-
rect themselves to the auto industry
are not very many."
Judith Harper, assistant director
of the Office of Financial Aid, said
there will be a greater demand for
financial aid from Willow Run area
students.
"Any time there is a threat of
jobs being lost, families get very
concerned about their children's ed-
ucation," Harper said.
Undergraduate admissions direc-
tor Don Swain said, "These kinds of
things have a ripple effect in any
community."
The University draws students
from the Willow Run area and the
closing will reduce the pool of in-
coming students, Swain said.

The workers who will lose their
jobs will turn to Washtenaw
Community College for vocational
or trade training rather than applying
at the University, Swain said.
Dan Grimes, research associate
in the Institute of Labor and

come support that the workers will
receive in the new contract. There
will be a greater effect if the workers
get no support, Grimes said.
State Rep. Perry Bullard (D-Ann
Arbor) said there are currently
400,000-500,000 long term unem-

'Any time there is a threat of jobs being lost,
families get very concerned about their
children's education.'
- Judith Harper
assistant director, Office of Financial Aid

Shelter Association of Ann Arbor,
said she expects an increase in the
homeless population after many of
those who will lose their jobs de-
plete their savings.
"It's hard to predict what the ef-
fect will be, what the economy will
be in 1993, or if the benefits cut by
Engler will be restored,"
Summerfield said.
State Rep. Kirk Profit (D-
Ypsilanti) said, "There will be a ter-
rific impact if it really does close.
We're going to work for the next
year and a half to keep that thing
open."~
Profit said a community coalition
is concentrating on five areas: eco-
nomic development to keep produc-
tion at Willow Run, creation of new
public policy to encourage manufac-
turing, job training, public assis-
tance, and the indirect effect on em-
ployment.
"I think the state will have to turn
itself around.... We have to develop
an industrial policy which will be
competitive worldwide," Profit said.

Industrial Relations, said, "The real
impact won't be until late 1993.
"The potential (effect) is two-
way. One is the budget effect on the
state.... Another way is if the chil-
dren of employees of Willow Run
decrease in the likeliness that they
will enroll (at the University),"
Grimes said.
The impact depends on the in-

ployed people in Michigan. "This is
bound to put greater pressure on
funding for higher education,"
Bullard said.
"The citizens of Michigan and
other industrialized states are going
to pay dearly for failure to have an
effective industrial policy," Bullard
added.
Jean Summerfield, director of the

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