The Michigan Daily-Saturday, August 2, 1980-Page 13
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP)-A
beauty contest moved to a Texas court
and a judge yesterday was saddled with
the job of picking a winner.
At issue was whether Miss Texas,
Terri Eoff of Lubbock, should be strip-
ped of her title and scholarship and the
right to represent the Lone Star State in
the Miss America contest.
Judge Hal Lattimore of the 96th
District Court heard three days of
testimony earlier this week on a com-
plaint filed by sponsors of Miss Dallas,
Bobbie Lynn Candler, who finished
second in the 1980 Miss Texas contest.
The suit, which claims Candler
should be awarded the crown, alleged
that Eoff (Miss Lubbock) violated the
rules in the talent competition by run-
ning almost two minutes over the time
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Michigan's Fair Campaign Practice Committee
ruled yesterday that Gerald Faye, candidate for
Washtenaw County Commissioner, did not violate the
committee's code of ethics when he alleged his op-
ponent voted for an increase in city property taxes.
The ruling came only a few days before the August
5 primary in which Faye will challenge incumbent
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Ann Arbor's northwest 14th district.
FOJTIK FILED A grievance last Friday with the
committee claiming Faye had distorted the facts
behind her 1977 vote to allow county homeowners a
$16 million personal property tax break.
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pay back the difference owed the state, although they
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1978 tax assessment of Ypsilanti Township was inac-
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