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Wednesday, July 25, 1973

THE SUMMER DAILY

Page Three

Wednesday, July 25, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Three

The

Providing
relilef t
Ws um e
FMove over, Good Humor man.
A }, Here comes Michele Zahor.
y X ' Michele has taken over for
1 e r r y, the campus' regular
1> Good Humor person. He will
r e t u r n in September but
meanwhile Michele p u s h e s
y those ice cream bars in front
k..4 Y aof the LSA building. Business
is booming and Michele loves
it because 'I meet so many
interesting eople, but a lot of
them forget to pay their sales
tax."
Daily Photo by KEN FINK
Goodh Humor woman
RPP TRIAL
witnessespr es ene
By DAVID STOLL other.
S pecialttenie ty State police detective Robert Ward, w ho
y CAILIAC Mich.- The provsecution has been working an the case since tote
caild its toot witnesses yesterday in the Februatry, tld te court he had ''no
tialofta Rainbow People's Party I RPP) particutar insvottventent'" sith drtig cases.
' t.. membters Pun Plamnondoot and Craig lie woorks out of the Lantsing intettigetnce
RIi Baiter who are charged wsith extttttiont, dix sian.
t o atsttto'act , andt criminatlttsory in ott tefetise counstel Husgtt 'Buck'' Davis
altteged Janutary dit transaction. intensivett oquestttonedt him in an effort to
Bttought tothtte stand before Circtit stied tligt an the state poltice's iifet-nal
Si Cot t Itdg %Wittia121lPetersonwsta s tirtt o pterationts duiriog theo insestigaltoto
3 eossofto :ot}:ite police detectives atnd W XRD 1)1D)NOt vs oluntteert ottoittto
a x f ')Ilt" It to tt ttc i{t et otg!t'I7'. T oty { tr - tittot.
ot e rioest toP cloi!t o o fl'g t t itrwhyet st etho tatd tittoevitketo te lot
ttoolgolu t o s'hlsudth oooeo ston Wadt uolosi t'hoe moinottot st
to to 'ioifistec.th,,Cae 1-s11's ois s, tioldotiOtt.'' iaid
<; ; t 1dRNINE;t theent ose, .0 tototkuttorootoe otfottosoect polive files
" ,tet to recall toooci tt 0Oto''o to Ot tosoiltis ' olote,
Lose Xt'attot ott udtoittot dtoty tieslet ~ t~thots tat oote ttvt t te tt ntto
ottd Etrce lPeterson.tt ealrlier testimony, fha fe loeo xcototttl to"'ev ott extenstve
P Ia mondot3 n tho toortohotse souttsly cttiradtcteod eachItetoo d Ct itt

Contest news
'Tho deadolinet for e iteortog Otto -,oot too
sano Waotergote(iils' is boo:t 00110cictowh
toy, Toll itoo who otis ftvt'wtt Wotet gordte
voonstoorototo is tont soto befotre2 bibr 27
lotze sotI ii to lo too I~ sulls to toth
Green grass
too Root toisg twhero the tors' is OIto
tsoreott roto city' 1'1:7'n 1t'ir 11t tilevs
otr tol ctuterpl tlog rtwo tE their tilt
00 'o toittoot i -Trdt ace. Chalot ai'dinoince
ptrtoo'ides fotr ", flo _ dolli trlne toot utso tad
tot1ssossititi. A ceiritog to cttuntcilwosn
Ma<rt Shi rt the new ltt hots broutghot no
p ercepotible chantge in drag tr'tfticitt the
tto tears that it hots been cll the booiks.
"1 can't be wrwriedl ibtait somoeone tot is
hotsitng a cigp rette, ' Sharp toild retotertos.
Hopes crushed
C'ototedi'tt Itoh Elope's desert dream
house setea tip in stonke yesterday. The
house which Hope had said weould be
amoong the ,most beauitifoil in the world
teas levelleod in a bluae. Firemen said they
hoid no cote as to the cautse of the fire.
'Th0e total cast of the home stas expected
to exceedi three rnillioin dollars.
Happenings,. .
thr wtill be free potal inostrttctioos
ito the C7 ito Pool G-ottery- frton 5:00 to
1:01 o. on. . . .the fitito" ''Alicve in Wondet-
I tot woill too sowon aot 7:00t, 8:31 lndI
Itt0 litom. in theo Nat. Sci. Atod . . Mike
Nichoots' "'The Etrotditate" awill be shotott
ttAtod A1 Ati Illt ott 7:30 awltd 9:31
oo...thte Marx- Br'others' "Dti)lck Sa ,top',
will ho' ait thte Aclo. Atuot. at 0:00 and
10:'N;I pi ."E.'o t at Errors" %svII
ho toerfortiteot at the PamCetnter aot 8:111
toi. .. thete a\ill be a (,trod Coffee Elotrr
tot the tis ofeec Nottoo ocao
12'.A2's weather
ClouLdy skies'. w'ith? '. ocaional< ralint andi
tinderstorm~s are oit tub- for today. highs
thould he inl the lowt SOS.

down Detroit plant

By JIM O'BRIEN
SpeciaTO Thn e Daily
IDNT ROIT -. Chlrysler's spratwling Jel-
fersona Assetmbly plant, already rutshing to
nmeet the compatny's Friday deadline for
cttopletion itt the 193nmodel year, was
shut dowet yesterday when twooworkers
padlocked themselv'es in a controtl room,
shutting off power to the assemtbly line.
Isaiah Shorter and..ILarry Carter, em-
ploiyes at the plant's metal shop, oecupied
the snmall cage-like room for almtost 13
hours, idlitog some 4000 workers on the
plat's moirning and afternoon shifts.
THE REASON foirthoe takeovser, accord-
tog to Shotrter, seas tot protest "harass-
mtootanti exttortion"o'bho Thtooas Woiol-
sey, theicsuptertintenolent.
tVoolsey trot firedt yesterdaytifternooto
f!iot :he stt'.tdootnt.
'the ttea >fina.Ivlly lf thtooroot alter ilant
tiold tonito off--iisitspersonailly tssuret
tltto ioa Vttotlse -tod ilt ea dy b'eto fired
thettoiLofth
Sttotla tntttinededAuof uotorl atioUtV caan
etoioseteforWotIsewas onoateor fr. h

lasot twit teeks and don't knouw anything
about whatt haippened."
The final agreement was reached at
7 t.oot. lost night when Joseph Zar, the
proiduction superintendent, met the men
at the door of the room and passed there
a signted acceptance of their demands.
AS THE TWO mren left the room thtey
wrere suirroounded ho' some 200 choeering
suipporters.
"We seanted to be attuned to weork,"
said Shorter. "Bitt we wanted the issues
to be presented to the workers"

S' TE PI ICI, alsso testifiedlIta they
foundieloectiv e Service anod Sticial Secuority'
carids t~ ooltttgtg too Waigner in Platottdot's
totussesoiton at the lo timeo his arrest,
W ,agner, Ott alien,. claiouts lamnotdoon
anti Bloier tooik booistotnigraitiot carid
and tbi'eateoeteoitexpose him tot authotrities
as a hard drug dealer.
Police never recorered the allegedly
stolten immigration card froti the defen-
dants wehothove denied taking it.
DURING THE proceedings RIP has hool
an artist in the courtroiom making sketches
of the andercoteer agents. Proisecuittor John
Wilsotn originally objected to the artist's
presence, bitt his nootionum sas ovserrulted
by budge Peterson.
The defense wiltluupent its case later in
the week. It is anticitpated that buot
defendants wilt take the stand in their
own bhialf, accourding to Dav is. 'Fle trial
may last welt into neat week.

VIA declares ba nkruptcy;
studlents' lacwsuit pending,7
By JN ,ACK ,EROST 'Citelo tt eoc hi ated0t'ooc
has cooso d i itsofieshre ,nd f 1'ie lerti (otr ' oo s h tt tt
foocbook pc in te dt of? 45, O ti ' v e sil}ekigF i>~ lO to c
o h i us beisog foleol i l! ledrofotr iccor t das ;ror! o tei 'Xredute d
ttotrolt.patoit ht2 1 ': tooha'o1Io :~oct
THlE LAWVSUI T , t'thnsboo't TETAE GNY the feei
former stuidnts o nuor ii H1:ih Shi?(ol arrange an ai li terna ti flt tt?Na ss
has been only' partially settled. See VIAl Page If)

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