100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

June 10, 1977 - Image 9

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1977-06-10

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Friday, June l1o, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Frd..ue1,17 H MCIA ~L aeNn

Daily Classifieds

VA nurse tells of FBI threats

(Continued from Page 8)
PERSONAL
AVON
SUMMER SALE
Saturday, June 1 th
Hidden Valley Clubhouse
(just north of Briarwood,
off S. State)
Drop by anytime 11 am.-I p.m. for.
TREMENDOUS SAVINGS
10-67% off EVERYTHING
0 Make-up Counseling & Demon-
stration
0 Refreshments
0 Door Prize (oust for coming)
Transportation is available-Call
Nancy or Cassie at 662-4401
SEE THE NEWEST, _Z
THE COOLEST & THE
LATEST OF AVON
YOUNG MALE is looking for a wom-
an who is really into sporte to play
paddleball,.tennis, and waterski dur-
ing summer months. Phone 973-
2220, 37F617
CYNTHIA,
rm so glad you are out of the
hospital and I hope you are feeling
much better. I will call you tonight
and hopefully we can get together.
RICHARD dF6I0
S.R.S. loves R.C.F. dF610
GRADUATE STUDENT COUPLE de-
sires to house-sit for faculty, ser-
lotis, cuiet, good references. Tam,
663-26713. 09F614
ONE GAME FR' E bowling with this
ad at Ypsl-Arbor Games. Pinball,
pool and saloon tool 2985 Washte-
now, 1 mile east of U.S. 23. cF817
TA's, RA's, and SA's. The Graduate
Employees Organization (GEO) is
«in a TGIF Friday, June 10, 4-6
p a. for past, present, and future
SA's. Begin your weekend at the
10.0 1office at 514 E. William (above
,he Cottage Inn). 33F610
SI ITHER BE TRAVELING THAN
SCUYING? Joit theINTiERNA-
rItONAL C-Or tor ethnic meals,
.ttititral socialzing and out-
ws volleyball. 761-7435 .06F611
AVON
SUMMER SALE
une 11 th-1 1 a .m.-8 p.m.
Call 662-4401 for details
FREE PINBALL
(-pipon at Tommy s or the
fr , rEydMoose this Thursday and
yotd G t;or 25c. One coupon
pe utoe.cF610
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR"
(its i for outr business)}
AstonFDiato
1205 5 Utniverslty, 663-7151
5LNTE hTAFF NEEDEU to
at t-ets' cunu l tng otfice
tateor ttot. Call 763-1552
. 1018 Asge1. 11F610
PUT YOUR BUM
ON A
Coming June11

PERSONAL
WHAT S NEW IN FACE and EYE
make-up? At the Village Apothecary
we will enjoy toting the time to
show you. Village Apothecary, 1112
S. University Ave. cFtc
JAZZ
at the University- Club with the
Root's Trio and Friends Noel Cun-
ningham, piano; Ted Harley, bass;.
Stanley Slaughter, drums; and fea-
turing Vincent York of the Mercer
Ellington Band on alto sax. Friday
and Saturday, evenings 9:30 p.m.-
1:30 aem, in ;.the club cogktail lounge
in the Michigan Union building.
Ask hostess for a free trial member-
ship. 763-2236. cFtc
UP-TO-DATE guide to Ambrosia-
the Psilocybin Mushroom. $6.00.
Mello-Daze Press, P.O. Box 79, Hale-
site, N.Y. 11743. 75F610
VOLUNTEER STAFF NEEDED to
work on LS&A course evaiuations.
Student Counseling Ofaice, 1018 An-
gel. Call 763-1552, 12F610
THIS GRAD WOMAN has summer
sweetheart aches for a laughing
woodsman (29-35) who loves danc-
ing, biking, and backpacking. Where
are you, man o' my heart? Please
reply fsily. Michigan Daily, Box 4.
PREGNANT? Need help?
Cali Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-
7283. Pregnancy tests available. cPtc
STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home
cooking. Breakfast all day, great
soups and egg rolls. 3 egg omelets
with fresh vegetables and fresh
bean sprouts served all day, Sundays
10-8. 1313 South University. cFtc
COPIES-As low as 21%c. IMPRESS
(Still the Cheapestl), 524 E. William,
665-4321. cFtc
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY 80-
acre wildlife preserve near Chelsea-
Swimming, sailing, canoeing; pic-
nicking, camping. All-year member-
ship $50 per adult. Children free.
Brochure from Bloods, 2005 Penn-
craft, Ann Arbor 48103. 43F611
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through Behavior Modification.
Wolverine Institute, 973-1480. cFtc
GAY ORAD, RENAISSANCE 1AN.
Seestrational comapanionship and
its logical consequence. Write Daily
Box 21. 59F610
26 YEAR OLE projtct manager, non-
drinker, Chrisian, marriage minded,
monthly income $160a. Like to meet
tn at tractive girl 57" & up. Send
ettex & photo to 15488 Scott 102,
I 0lor, MI 48180. 67F615
XEROX AND OFFSET
fas,,l10wtot dulicahting
COP'YQUICK
1217 S. Univeaity 769-0560
c Ftc
AVON'S SUMMER SALE -
sJune 11t0 For ree brochure or
information callAudrey Stein at
662-4401 anytime. cFtc
DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PRICE
IN TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQU ICK
1217 S. University, 769-0560
cFtc
Jain The Daily

(Continued froasnPage 1)
I should light a candle for my-
self."
Defense Attorney O'Brien
then asked his witness the sig-
nificance of lighting a candle.
"Because I didn't confess,"
Narciso said. "They told me
I would be needing it."
Narcio, the first defense
witness in the 10-week-old trial,
said "No I did not," every time
defense attorney T h o m a s
O'Brien asked her if she in-
jected anything into any of the
patients she is charged with
poisoning.
NARCISO SPOKE casually
during most of her testimony,
smiling often at the jury.
O'Brien likewise questioned
Narciso in relaxed, conversa-
tional tone. O'Brien asked her
of her family - four brothers
and four sisters. Narciso sent
the courtroom into laughter
when she said she didn't know
the age of her oldest sister. "I
don't know," she said. "She's
the eldest sister."
Narciso explained she was
helping her younger sister
through nursing school - a
family tradition - until she
was indicted. "I was -unem-
ployed and I couldn't help her
any more," she said.
The witness also told of how
she met her co-defendant Leo-
nora Perez, tut how they were
not close friends until recently.
"Do you have common project
that the two of you have been
working on?" O'Brien asked
lightly.
NARCISO went on to account
for her movements at the time
of each breathing failure she
is charged with causing. Nar-
ciso explained that she was in
the intensive care unit before

patient John Herman suffered a
fatal breathing failure only be-
cause she was looking for a
medication tray. When O'Brien
asked her why she didn't look
for the tray on her own floor,
the witness simply replied, "I
didn't think about it. I just in-
stinctively went down to ICU
(Intensive Care Unit)."
Herman's death is the only
murder count against Narciso
after Federal Judge Philip

Pratt dismissed some of the
government's charges on the
grounds of insufficient evidence.
Narciso also faces four poison-
ing charges in the breathing
failures of patients Mark Ho-
gan, John McCrery, Russell
Fletcher and William Loesch.
The co-defendant in the case,
32-year-old Leonora Perez,
faces three counts of poisoning.
Both nurses face 'a charge of
conspiracy.

- TONIGHT!
CANTERBURY HOUSE/MM PRODUCTIONS
RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN'S ENCHANTING MUSICAL
STAGED FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN ALIKE!
"" ,, clis Menwr.elsshn.J heater
ALL SEATS RESERVED at $3.00-Children $2.50
June 9,10, 16, 17-7 P.M.
Sat., June 11-11 A.M., 3 and 7 PM.
Sun., June 12-2 and 7 P.M.
Sat., June1 $-3 and 7 P.M.
Tickets at Lvdia Menfdcls.ohn 763-1085 or 995-2073

CAN YOU TYPE ???
This summer..
When the finals are finished
The books packed away
And you find yourself jobless
When you come home to stay
CONTACT KELLY GIRL FOR TEMPORARY WORK II
Variety *0Choice of Assignments
Not an Agency - Never a fee
KELLY GIRL
Division of Keily Servicee
BATTLE CREEK - DETROIT - FLINT - LANSING
KALAMAZOO - GRAND RAPIDS - MUSKEGON
an equal oppnorunity eployer - M/F

i

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan