THE SUMMER DAILY
Friday, May 18, 1973
'age Eight THE SUMMER DAILY Friday, May 18, 1973
itpays to be young.
TWA's got a lot of things to help you
in a lot of ways around the U.S. and Europe.
But nothing comes close to the adventure-
some brave blockbuster Worldtrek expe-
ditions (arranged exclusively through TWA).
This isn't a vacation, it's an experience.
From two weeks trekking the fjords of
Scandinavia to 12 weeks on a pilgrimage ,- -
to Kashmir. You'll frid yourself *
camping with nomadic reindeer :.
herdsmen, or boating across thes
Black Sea to Yalta.
For the exciting details, go to o
your TWA Travel Agent, Ticket
Office, or Campus Rep.- or send
the coupon below.
TWA-'"IT PAYS TO BE YOUNG,"
Box 25, GrandCentral Station, N.Y., N.Y.10017
I Please send me information on the following:
Bestination Europe Pack
*Bonus Coupon Books
Bed and Breakfast*
City State Zip
FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 16, 1973
Volunteers for the Public Interest Research Group in
Michigan have compiled a price survey on a standard market-
basket of goods at the following area stores:
Rank Store, Location,
over no. 1
1 WRIGLEY, Maple Village
2 KROGER, Broadway 1.7
3 KROGE R, Westgate 1.7
4 GREAT SCOTT, Carpenter Road 2.7
5 KROGER, Arborland 3.2
6 A & P, Maple Village 3.8
7 WRIGLEY, Washtenaw & Stadium- 4.6
A & P, State & Stadium 4.8
9 A & P, East Huron 4.9
10 MEIJER'S, Carpenter Road 5.2
11 A & P, Plymouth Road 6.0
12 VESCIO, Liberty & Stadium 7.9
13 WRIGLEY*, Stadium & Liberty
*The Store Manager at Wrigley's refused to allow a
PIRGIM volunteer to survey his store.
The next PIRGIM price survey will be conducted on May 23, 1973
'Values' essay author fined
PHILADELPHIA WP - A realtor who drew White House praise
for a 1971 essay about America's "Fundamental Values" has been
fined $800 for refusing to show a black woman a house in an all-
Terry McGinnity says he acted with Christian frankness when
he told the woman that whites in the suburban Yeadon area would be
"furious" if he sold or even showed her the home.
THE ESSAY called for a "revolution" by "real Americans" against
what he called "anti-Americans who dominate the media; the univer-
sities and - to a large extent - our government."
Shortly afterward, Vice President Spiro Agnew wrote McGinnity,
saying: "I congratulate you on a -well-reasoned and much-needed
expression of opinion regarding the fundamental values that have
made our country great."
TWA Campus Representative: Cindi Hopkins, 769-0634
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The University of Michigan
Artists and Craftsmen Guild
now accepting applications for:
The University of Michigan Artists and Craftsmen Guild
is an association of amateur and professional artists who
in conjunction with the University Activities Center will
" The Free Arts Festival
! Three ballroom fairs at the Michigan Union
* A bi-monthy newsletter with information
pertinent to artists and craftsmen.
9 A compiled list of art fairs and other art-related
events in and around Michigan.
* Discounts for members at art shows and
STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN $5.00/YR.
FACULTY, STAFF, ALUMNI OF THE U-M .... $10.00/YR.
FREE ART FAIR REGISTRATION
The Third Annual Free Art Fair will take place July 18-
21 from 10 a.m.-10 p.m.-on East University. The fair
will be open to all artists who make their own handi-
crafted items and pay a $5.00 registration fee.
* For Guild members and students at the U-M only:
* For all interested artists and craftsmen:
May 28-June 15
To register for the fair stop in at the University of Michigan Art-
ists and Craftsmen Guild office, in the UAC complex, 2nd floor
Michigan Union; or call 763-1107 between 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon-
day-Friday. REGISTER EARLY-
Only the first 320 applications can be dccepted.
REMEMBER: TO JOIN THE GUILD OR REGISTER FOR THE FREE ART FAIR, COME TO THE GUILD OFFICE IN
THE MICHIGAN UNION OR CALL 763-1107.