M J 4 continued from page 5 Human resources lost another $10,000, leaving only $91,000 to cover the $300000 requested by yarious community health care, child care and other programs. The proposed $65,000 for a city anti-rape program also lost $15,000, which would have covered the salary of a new policewoman for the program. The fate of the budget is not yet alized, however, as the budget which has passed depends on the voters' willingness to approve the 1 .7 mili tax increase which will appear on the June School ballot, along with a 1 .3 mili school tax increase. Both the Democrats and Republicans are backing the city tax increase, but the HRP has come out in opposition to it. In a s statement released on Monday, May 13, the the HRP urged voters to turn down the' millage as a protest against the city's spending priorities.