Editor, The NewsTi ') ' ' On reading the paper today (May 17, I 1972), I was greatly take aback by the I front page coverage accorded Mildred Bautista, assistant to the superintendent I of schools. While I have frequently I veled at the salary voted by the Board I of Education to ene so young, as a I zen who has had a number of contacts I vith the school administration, I have I found Ms. Bautista to be extraordinarily bright, knowledgeable, efficiënt, and hardworking. ín áddition, she has an uncanny ability to interpret the thoughts, words and actions of Dr. McPherson to make them meaningful to the listener. I hope, for the sake of the Ann Arbor schools, that the charges in the article prove to be based on misunderstanding, that Millie's performance be taken into account when her qualifications are being reviewed, and that whatever decisions are made will be in her favor!
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