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17,000 Voters Expected In School Elections

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8
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June
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1969
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An estimated 17,000 persons are expected at the votmg booths tomorrow in Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County to decide the fate of two mill age propositions and a bonding issue Ann Arbor voters also will elect three new trustees to the Board of Education. The Ann Arbor School District is requesting approval of a 6.67-mill levy for school opera tions, plus a $4 9 miUion bond issue for construc thw C!ly S füth junior hiSh school, t ,Teu-Wl.as-htenaw Intermediate School Disnc (which mcludes the Ann Arbor School Dtnct is asking for a half-miu increase in the tax levy for special education program. Ten other área school districts also will have millage or bonding propositions on tomorrows balot. They are Chelsea, Dexter, Manchester South Lyon, Pinckney, Brighton, HowÜ& f'}1 and the Lenawee Intermediate School District. twTAmOrr:?WuWm be the third time in 18 months that Ann Arbor School Dictrict voters will be asked to approved funds for a fifth junior high to be located on the city's northeast side at Nixon and Bluett Rds. In January of 1968 the junior high along with several other bSid ng bSlvat?8155 mÍUÍOn' Was turned áowf oy nearly a 2-to-l margin partLa$9t5D?n!ííberK ' portion of the threepart, $9,5 million bonding issue which included the junior high again was rejected, this time bj only a 450-vote margin. oo,Th-n miIla2e issue f 6.67 milis includes a 3.37-mill renewal and 3.3 additional milis over a nve-year period. Approval of both the bonding and millage propositions would hike school taxes by $339 Pera.o,'o000 Oi state e(3ualized valuation in 1969-70 ÜÍ !ii nnnPer J 3Verage home ssessed at $11,000 m Ann Arbor w" a t0tal of 32'58 miüs for operations and debt servlce was levied on Ann Arbor School District property owners. Success of both issues would increase the levy to 35.97 milis in 1969-70 The Washtenaw Intermedíate School District ïspresently levying one-half mili for special catión programs. Approval of the additional halfmill levy would increase the total levy for special education programs to 1 mili, or $1 per $1,000 of state equalized valuation. Nine candidates are vyingfor three seats on the Ann Arbor Board of Education. They are James W. Anderson Jr., Dr. Ronald C. Bishop, Henry Johnson, Mrs. Mary Jane Shoultz A. Gerald Gottleib, Cecil W. Warner, Ivan R Kemp, John C. Cruz and John C. Schneider. Mrs. Schoultz is the only female candidate. Warner ran for the board last year, coming in a close fourth. (The top three candidates are selected.) Retring from the board this June will be School Board President Joseph R. Julin and Trustees Hazen J. Schumacher Jr. and William ■ C. Godfrey. The polls will be open tomorrow from 7 a.m. 1 to 8 p.m. All registered voters may vote on the Ann Arbor School District's millage issue and the Intermedíate School District's millage proposition. Only property owners and their spouces may vote on the Ann Arbor School District's bonding issue. Information on the nine school board candidates or on the money propositions may be obtained Monday during election hours from the League of Women Voters by telephoning 662-4281 or 761-8453. The places of voting, which for the first time will be the same as those used in city elections will be as follows: Precinct No. 1 Voting Place: Northside School, 912 Barton Drive. Precinct No. 1 includes all of Precinct 1 Ward 1 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 2 Voting Place: Community Center, 625 North Main Street. Precinct No. 2 includes all of i cinct 2, Ward 1 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 3 Voting Place: Jones School, 401 North División. Precinct No. 3 includes all of Precinct 3 Ward 1 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 4 Voting Place: North Campus Commons, 1 ner of Murfin and North Campus Blvd Precinct I 4 includes all of Precinct 4, Ward 1 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 5 Voting Place: Thurston School, 2300 Prairie I Precinct No. 5 includes all of Precinct 5 Ward 1 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 6 Voting Place: YM-YWCA, 350 South Fifth I Avenue. Precinct No. 6 includes all of Precinct I 1, Ward2 of the Citv of Ann Arbor ' I Precinct No. 7 Voting Place: Michigan League, 227 South Ingalls. Precinct No. 7 includes all of Precinct 2 Ward 2 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 8 Voting Place: Angelí School, 1608 South Uniyersity. Precinct No. 8 includes all of Precinct 3 Ward 2 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 9 Voting Place: Bader School, 2775 Bedford Road. Precinct No. 9 includes aU of Precinct 4 Ward 2 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 10 Voting Place: Burns Park School, 1414 Wells Street. Precinct No. 10 includes all of Precinct 1 Ward 3 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 11 Voting Place: Tappan Jr. High School, 2251 i-ast Stadium Blvd. Precinct No. 11 includes all of Precinct 2, Ward 3 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 12 Voting Place: Fire Station 2, 1510 East StadiT'ï? 12 incldes all of Precinct 3, Ward 3 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 13 Voüng Place: Allen School, 2560 Towner Blvd Precinct No. 13 includes all of Precinct 4, Ward 3 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 14 Voting Place: Pattengill School, 2100 CrestW a U includes a11 of Precin 5, I Ward 3 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 15 Voting Place: Pittsfield School, 2543 Pittsfield S , 15 includes aU of Preciflct 6, Ward 3 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 16 Votmg Place: Mary D. Mitchell School, 3550 Pittsyiew Drive. Precinct No. 16 includes all of Precinct 7, Ward 3 of the City of Ann Arbor Precinct No. 17 Voting Place: Eberwhite School, 800 Soule S V iDcludeS a11 of Precinct l Ward 4 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 18 Voting Place: Bach School, 600 West Jefferwan;eCCt 18 includes a11 of Precinct 2, Ward 4 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 19 Voting Place: Pioneer High School, 601 West Stadium Blvd. Precinct No. 19 includes all of Precinct 3, Ward 4 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 20 Voting Place: Dicken School, 2135 1 20 includes a11 of Precinct 4, Ward 4 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 21 Voting Place: Eberwhite School, 800 Soule E 21 Ülcludes a11 of precinct s! Ward 4 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 22 pnthVping-PlaCiT: Lawton Scho1' 2250 South Sev-I wit %C1ZCty?-2ï includes a11 of Precinct 6,1 Ward 4 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 23 of Z"18 ,Place: Yost Field House, 1116 South I State Street. Precinct No. 23 includes all of Pre I cmct 7, Ward 4 of the City of Ann Arbor Precinct No. 24 Voting Place: Wines School, 1701 Newportl KrH 24 includes aU of Preekt 1, Ward 5 of the city of Ann Arbor. I Votmg Place: West Park Shelter 215 Chaoin Precinct No. 26 w ywngv,Place: Slauson Jr. High School 1019 Precinct No. 27 Voting Place: Mack School, 920 Miller PrP Precinct No. 28 Votmg Place: Haisley School, 825 Duncan Precinct No. 29 Voting Place: Lakewood School, 344 Gralake fwU!i Pre,CinCt 29 includes aÚ of Precinct 6, Ward 5 of the City of Ann Arbor. I Precinct No. 30 Voting Place: Fire Station 3, 2130 Jackson ?VwaUH , 30 includes a11 of pS 7, Ward 5 of the City of Ann Arbor. Precinct No. 31 Voting Place: Thurston School, 2300 Prairie Precinct No. 31 includes all of Ann Arbor Tow ship Precmct I and that part of Webster TownAnn Af TownshiP WS within the Ann Arbor School District. Precinct No. 32 Voting Place: Concordia College, 4090 Geddes Road (Loby of Science Building). Precinct No. 32 I includes all of Ann Arbor Township Precinct II and that part of Superior Township and Salem I Township lying within the Ann Arbor School I Prectinct No. 33 Voting Place: Stone School, 2800 Stone School I Road. Precinct No. 33 includes all of Pittsfield I Township Precinct I and that part of Lodi I ship lying within the Ann Arbor School District Precinct No. 34 Voting Place: Carpenter School, 4250 Central I Blvd. Precinct No. 34 includes all of Pittsfield Township Precinct II. Precinct No. 35 Voting Place: Abbot School, 2670 Sequoia I Parkway. Precinct No. 35 includes all of Scio I Township lying within the Ann Arbor School I trict.

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