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PeirE MIUC KfiAN DAILY

Sunday, C ctober 24, 717ro

pd. political ad.
NOTICE
TO ALL CITIZENS OF WASHTENAW COUNTY
if you elect George Steeh Prosecuting Attorney
on November 2nd, the following state laws will
be enforced in the county for the first time:
" HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES ACT, including dangerous
toys.
" ANTITRUST.LAWS including those against price-fixing'
and bid-rigging.
" CRIMINAL AND CIVIL LAWS prohibiting false, de-
ceptive or misleading advertising.
" UNLICENSED CONTRACTORS LAW covering home
repairs.
" ODOMETER ROLLBACK LAW.
" COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT covering harassment,
intimidation and deception by debt-collection agencies.
* CHARITABLE SOLICITATIONS LAW 'covering rip-offs
disguised as needy charities.
* FRANCHISE INVESTMENT ACT covering phony, get-
rich-quick schemes.
" RETAIL INSTALLMENT SALES ACT covering excessive
iterest charges..
* LAWS PROBITING ABUSE of nursing home patients.
* LAWS PROHIBITING ABUSE of the environment in-
cluding the Air Pollution Act, Water Pollution Act
and Michigan Environmental Protection Act.
" LAWS REQUIRING DWELLINGS to meet minimum
standards for protection of the health and safety of
occupants.

MieiuFord, C
Medieval Renaissance Collegium
(Continued from Page Y)
The rally in the working
SH ERRY H OURclass community of North Ber-
gen, N.J., was marked by con-
with stant chanting from several
"THE groups of demonstrators con-
"T H E JONG L E U RS" cerned about jobs and the im-
position of a state income tax.
PERFORMING MUSIC FROM THE TN ALEXANDRIA, Carter
told his suburban Washington
COURT OF FERDINAND & ISABELLA audience that he and they do
not suffer from the economic
Thursday, Oct. 28th at 4 p.m. ne"cuities and dualsystem of
i Thrsdy, ct. 8that ~m. justice endured by the poor.
n heCookRoom"If my three boys were
caught with marijuana in their
possession or were in a hit-and-
N-entryway in the Law Quad run accident, you can rest as-
sured they would not go to pri-
son," he said. But, he added,

arter head into home stretch

if his poor black neighbors in
Plains were in that same posi-
tion, they would be placed in
jail.
Arriving in New Jersey, Car-
ter told reporters he was glad
all three debates were over.
Asked if he claimed victory
in Friday night's debate, Car-
ter replied: "No, I'll let the
pollsters and the people of the
country decide that. I think we
came out well, though."
LESS THAN 24 HOURS after
his debate pledge to abandon
political attacks against his op-
ponent, Ford accused Carter of
taking a "naive" public posi-
tion on Yugoslavia that could

"jeapordize the peace of thei
world."
The President's "fact sheet"
reply to the debate was given
to reportersas Ford flew to
Columbia, the last leg of a
three-state swing through the
South, to attend the last half of
the University of South Caro-
lina-Notre Dame football game.
Aides said they considered his;
race with Carter "very close."
The statement handed to
reporters by Ford Press Secre-
tary Ron Nessen emphasized
Carter's position that he would
never go to war in response to
a Soviet invasion of Yugoslavia
unless U.S. security were
,threatened.
"CARTER'S COMMENTS on
Yugoslavia are naive," the'
honored practice of American'
diplomacy is that the president
of the United States never tips
his hand in advance to our
adversaries.
"To do otherwise -to tell

the R">sians precisely what we
will do or will not do - only
i'iites them to take actions
which can jeopardize the peace
paper charged. "The time-
of the world.
"By his statement, Mr.
Carter is explicitly telling the
Sriht U-ion that it can have a
cnmnlnhtely free hand in Yugo-
slavia."
Ti'W i;'IIIfGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVII. No. 40
Sunday, October 24, 1976_
is edited and managed by students
at the University of Michigan. News
-)hote 764,0562. Second class postage
paid at Ann Arbor. Michigan 48109.
Published d a il y Tuesday through
Sunday nworning during the Univer-
sity year at 420 Maynard Street, Ann
Arbor. Mi rhizan 48109. Subscription
tates: $12 Sept. thru April (2 semes-
.ers): $13 by mail outside Ann
Summer session published Tues-
1ay through Saturday morning.
Pihscriptinn rates: $6.50 in Ann
Arbor: $7 50 by mail outside Ann
Arbor

THESE L A W S WERE
Y O U R PROTECTION.
PROSECUTOR F A I L S
THEM.

ENACTED FOR
T H E PRESENT
TO ENFORCE

THE GARGOYLE
IS GOING!
CATCH ONE WHILE THEY LAST!

i

GEORGE
,VE STEEH
OTE DEMOCRAT for
PROSECuTI AnTORNEY
paid for Stecli for Prosecuting Attorney

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FIRST ANNUAL
HIGH POINT
FALL ART FAIR
will be held at HIGH POINT CENTER, 1735 S.
Wagner Rd., Ann Arbor, Michigan (between
Liberty & Scio Church Rds.) From 11:00 A.M.
to 6:00 P.M. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24th. Un-
usual and diverse art objects plus antiques will
be on sale. A percent of the proceeds will go
to High Point Center which services exceptional
students.
A BAKE SALE will also be carried on. Cider and
donuts will be available, along with free pump-
kins and apples.
Sponsored by the HIGH POINT PARENT
STAFF ORGANIZATION

AP4MS b~O fd! 1Nwfpw & 1't llS Mai ig r.mi

rois isi the work of Orrie Frutkin and @GAv te Santb

WHAT DO YOU MEAN that's not a
costume?
-Bewitched, Bothered and Be-
wildered by you.
Trick or Treat 'em in
the CLASSIFIEDS.
Put in your own Halloween message.
DEADLINE, noon October 29

Would you be willing to tell the world, "I did this?"
After all, you're pretty good at what you do. Probably
proud of it, too.
Well, most of us will never get to sign our work. And
maybe that's a shame. Because as good as we are, it might
make us better. And we can afford to be. Whether we're
teachers or short-order cooks, farmers or
steamfitters, sales managers or city

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managers.
We'll all have more to show for it.
More money, for one thing.
- Because we'll be giving
each other our
moneys worth:
for the products, the services and

Free
ocuatry
Cihics
Q Skiing technk
E Care and
maintenance
of equipment
Q Proper clothing
Q Where to ski
Q Free refreshments
\0I Free advice

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even the government we pay for.
For another thing, we'll be giving Amer-
ica a better chance to take on our foreign
business competitors. Not just here. All around
the world. That would help bring the lopsided
balance of payments back onto our side. And
make your dollar worth more.
Best of all, as we hit our stride, we'll'be protecting

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jobs here at home. For ourselves
and the future. And we'll have a
deeper sense of satisfaction in the
jobs we've got.
You don't have to sign your work to
see all these things happen. Andmore.
Just do the kind of work you'd be j
proud to have carry your name.

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