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Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, June 6, 1972

CONSUMER NEWSr
Whither Great Scott?
This is the second in the summer series of consumer
surveys listing grocery prices around the city, for the week
that ended June 3.
The survey indicates prices only. Shopping at the 'winning
store" does not guarantee quality or that you will find exactly
what you want.
A group of University students with the aid of the Public
Interest Research Group in Michigan surveyed 14 stores, com-
paring prices on 98 items appearing on a typical shopping list
under the categories meats, staples, dairy, produce, 'other'
and non-foods.
The store are ranked weekly according to cost for all
products priced, with last week's position in parenthesis.

&Eery Tuesday
a is e r d i c t p r o o k e s F_- a
reaction to U.S. courts For Couples
BILLIARDS
(Continued from Page 3) against her in August, 1970,
Relaxing at her San Jose Davis was reported missing. NG PONG
apartment,uDavis said her plans Plastd onte FBI i esthefw10 H. UN ION
However, she commented, "I found and arrested two months
c egin to give all I have to later.
C.ree. al.p.i7 ri7rionrs an

Rank Name AllI
Location of Store
1 ( 2) Meijers
Carp. & Packard
2 (4 )A&P
E. Huron
3 (3) A & P
Maple Village
4 ( 5) Wrigley
Maple Village
5 ( 7) A&P
Plymouth Rd.
5 ( 6) A&P
Stadium & State
7 ( 8) Vescio
Stadium & Liberty
8 (10) Wrigley
Stadium & Liberty
9 ( 1) Great Scott
Carpenter & Packard
10 (11) Wrigley
Wash. & Stadium

Products Meats Dairy Produce
44.42 10.12 3.48 3.44
45.37 10.35 3.45 3.76
45.44 10.37 3.41 3.72
45.74 10.09 3.55 3.80

fe all politicalprsnsad
oppressed people."
Friends said they were urging
Davis to attend. law school and
through work in the courts,
carry out her avowed efforts "to
free all political prisoners."
D e.f e n s e attorney Howard
Moore Jr., who tutored her in
law during her months as a
prisoner, said during the trial,
"I think she's the best lawyer in
the courtroom."
The prosecution's theory dur-
ing the trial was that Davis,
madly in love with convict-
author George Jackson, con-
spired with his younger brother
Jonathan, 17, to free Jackson
from San Quentin Prison.
Davis called the state's effort
to prove a love motive "a symp-
tom of the male chauvinism
which prevails in this society."
Before being sought for the
trial charges, Davis had fought
in the courts to regain her
teaching job at UCLA. She was
fired for being a Communist.
When charges were filed

TV the, pusher,
Johnson says
WASHINGTON (1P) - Federal
Communications Commissioner
Nicholas Johnson assailed drug
commercials yesterday and said
"television is the pusher."
"Every indicator of drug use
-from cigarette sales to aspirin
sales, from the use of alcohol
to the use of vitamins, from
sleeping pills to stay-awake
pills-is increasing annually,"
Johnson said. "And television is
intimately involved in selling
these drugs."
Johnson said the current
anti-drug spots featuring pro-
fessional athletes "may very
be ... encouraging drug use by
calling the attention of young
people to a glamorized, illegal
alternative to the alcohol guz-
zled by the adult world."

TV & Stereo Rentals
$10.00 per month
NO DEPOSIT
FREE DELIVERY, PICK UP
AND SERVICE
CALL:
NEJAC TV RENTALS
662-5671
Art Book Sale
(June 5th-June 10th)
Dozens of new titles;
30% to 60%off -
AND
Clearance Sale on some titles
BORDERS BOOK SHOP
518 E. William
14sm.-6 pm.

A

45.83 10.31 3.42

4.01

45.83 10.43 3.41 3.71
45.84 9.99 3.76 3.56
45.86 10.45 3.51 3.88
45.89 10.59 3.59 3.21

45.97 10.29 3.55

3.79

11-14 The Kroger stores on Broadway, at Westgate, at Arbor-
land and on Packard.
CITY NOTICE
A public hearing on the Huron Parkway Medical Center
site plan will be held by the Ann Arbor City Planning Com-
mission in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 100 North Fifth
Avenue, Ann Arbor on June 13, 1972, at 7:30 p.m. The proper-
ty is located Huron Parkway near Platt and consists of 2.41
acres to be developed as medical office. A copy of the site
plan will be displayed in the First Floor lobby of City Hall,
Ann Arbor, Michigan for seven (7) days prior to the public
hearing.
This notice is to be published on June 6, 1972.
Authorized by
lichael R. Prochaska
Planning Director
A public hearing on the Traver Glen South site plan will
be held by the Ann Arbor City Planning Commission in the
Council Chambers, City Hall, 100 North Fifth Avenue, Ann
Arbor on June 13, 1972, at 7:30 p.m. The piroperty is located
North of Proposed Huron Parkway & West of Nixon Rd.. The
property consists of 8.11 acres and would be developed as
apartment complex. A copy of the site plan will be displayed
in the First Floor lobby of City Hall, Ann Arbor, Michigan
for seven (7) days prior to the public hearing.
This notice is to be published on June 6, 1972.
Authorized by
Michael R. Prochaska
Planning Director
A public hearing on the Ann Arbor Housing Commission
Site H area plan will be held by the Ann Arbor City Planning
Commission in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 100 North
Fifth Avenue, Ann Arbor on June 13, 1972, at 7:30 p.m. The
property is located between Winewpod Ave. & Thaler Ave.
on Liberty St. and consists of 2.8 acres to be developed as
single family. A copy of the area plan will be displayed in
the First Floor lobby of City Hall, Ann Arbor, Michigan for
seven (7) days prior to the public hearing.
This notice is to be published on June 6, 1972.
Authorized by
Michael R. Prochaska
Planning Director
A public hearing on the Georgetown Commons site plan
will be held by the Ann Arbor City Planning Commission in
the Council Chambers, City Hall, 100 North Fifth Avenue,
Ann Arbor on June 13, 1972, at 7:30 p.m. The property is
located Esch and Eisenhower Blvd. and consists of 22.44
acres to be developed as condominium. A copy of the site plan
will be displayed in the First Floor lobby of City Hall, Ann
Arbor, Michigan for seven (7) days prior to the public
hearing.
This notice is to be published on June 6, 1972.
Authorized by
Michael R. Prochaska
Planning Director

SUCH A DEAL
Now through the end of July Pizza Bob's is having a pizza
special Monday through Thursday because we're so nice and to
get you to try our great whole wheat pizzas. Better flavor, better
nutrition than other pizzas, and we think you won't go back to
the regular after our whole wheat. The deal is 75c off on any
large pizza, 50c off on any medium, 35c off on any small, and
25c off on any baby. The best pizza in town is cheaper Monday
through Thursday, until the end of July. Such a deal!
PIZZA1BOB4S7
814 S. State
665-4517

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