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Tuesday, August 5, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tuesday, August 5, 1975 ~~tHMCfANDIYPgSen

Daily C
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline it 12 noon the day
before publication (4 ps. Fri.M
for"sun.) including corrections
ad cancellaton. The Daily to
not responsible for more than
one Incorrect insertion of an ad.
Advertisements may be removed
from publication but wi be
billed acoording to original nm-
bee of days ordered. TidsPolicy
Is also applicable to ads reuir-
ing pre-payment, i.e. no refunds.
Information regarding content of
classifed ads cannot be dis-
closed pror to publication. Ad-
vertisers names may never be
revealed.
Number of lines In advertise-
ment Is determined by total
number of word- ord/lne.
"Help Wanted" ada cannot dis-
erminate on the bas of se.
color, creed, or national origin to
any axtnt (i.e. "Preferably" Is
stll discrminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-df-
charge to a maximum of 3 lines
for 2 days.
(Continued from Page 6)
TICKETS
SAVE PAVILLION TICKETS for
Linda Ronstadt concert Ag. 11 at
Pine Knob. Call 764-8533 or 668-7417.
72Q07l
CASH for Aug. 17 graduation tick-
ets. Dave,.769-507i. 68QB07
HELP WANTED
SUBJECTS NEEDED for experiment
on group deitn making. Average
payment will be$2111 for one
hour of your time.:Dates: Aug. 6, 7,
8, 13, 14, 15 at 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Call Prof. Chamberlain, 763-0097 to
sign up. 18H806
SECRETARY for U-M student or-
ganization office. Full time, Sept.-
May. ExperIenced typist, knowledge
of office procedure Is required. Call
Mrs. Samuelson, 763-3241, 1H8060
WANT TO MAKE a lot of bucks?
The Daily circulation department is
now hiring subscription salespeople
for the first two weeks of Septem-
ber. Call 764-0560 or come to 420
Maynard between 9 and 5. dH802
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
PHONE HELP AND DRIVERS
PART TIME-FULL TIME
APPLY IN PERSON
BETWEEN 5:00 - 7:00 P.M.
DOMINO'S PIZZA
CENTRAL CAMPUS-1031 E. ANN
NORTH CAMPUS-1141 BROADWAY
GEORGETOWN MALL -
2520 PACKARD
330
EARN-$2-$2.50. Serve for pay In
psychology experiments(1 2i . hrs.
ech. Call 764-585 or 763-1101.
85H805
TYPISTS. evenings and weekends.
The Secretariat, 994-3594. CHtc
WE ARE LOOKING for married cou-
ple to serve as house parents in an
agency provided group home. A B.A.
degree and experience in related
fields is required. We ask for one
year commitment and are looking
for a couple who is genuinely in-
terested in youth. Good base sal-
ary, $8,000, excellent fringe benefits
and all expenses. Please ocntact
Ron Reed. executive director, Fam-
iy Group Homes for Youth, Inc.
973-1260. 34H12
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD. One or two
students In exchange for 12-14 hrs.
per week care of lovable, retarded,
hyperactive 11-year-old girl. Must
have 3:30-5.30 free weekdays. Start
in Fall. Call 665-6853. 40E806
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
USED EPIPHONE bass guitar priced
to sell. Apollo Music Center, 323 S.
Main, 769-1400. Xtc
SHURE MICROPHONE sale now in
progress. Apollo Music Center, 769-
1400. eXtc
LUDWIG DRUM SET-Double toms,
ZildJian cymais, excellent condi-
tion. Also Dyna amp with Utah
speakers. Sandy, 761-9009 after 6.
WANTED TO BUY

DESPERATELY NEEDED: '75-'76
PARKING PLACE ON CAMPUS.
WILL PAY GENEROUSLY. Call pee-
tiatootly, 994_8030. 75K809

assifieds
PERSONAL
CONTROL of tension and anxety
through Behavior Modification. Call
Behavior Science Services, 994-0019.
eFtc
FOR THE NEXT 2 WEEKS Dave is
on vacation. Mr. Chester 0rianack,
master barber, sty and prnal
advsr.Li n charge--IG~ DEALIl
U-M Stylists at the Union. cFSMl
BAILING ABOARD 35 ft. ocean
cruising keth on wekends or eve-
nings, skipper made several tran-
Atlantic crossings, reasonable. Call
803-439 evenings. 99F US
IBRMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
through Behavior Modification. Call
994-0019. 17F02
The ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY is
alive and well in Dexter. Call for
free pick-up. 426-801,. tC
WE WORK at kepin you cooL.
U-M Stylsts at the Union, eF8t5
Albert's Copying
Dsertaton qualty. Location: I-
side David's Boo, 529 E. Liberty.
994-4028. eFte
SMOKING CONTROL through Be-
havior Modficaton. Call 994-019.
OFFSET Printing, Xerxox, Wedding
and Social Announcements.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
cFt
COLD is what the weather is in our
bowling lanes at the Union. cF805
THE COPY MILL-
1H10H QUALITY-LOW COST
COPYING
211 B S. STATE
NEAR GINO'S) -
662-3969
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
STANLEY H. KAPLAN
TUTORING COURSES
Enroll now to prepare for upcoming
MCAT * DAT 0 LSAT " GRE
ATGSB board exams. For Informa-
tion call: (313) 354-0085. eFtc
ALL NEW STUDENTS-
WELCOME TO CAMPUS PINALL
ARCADE, 1217 S. UNIVERSITY
OPEN EVERY DAY
PASSPORT PHOTOS taken at the
Daily, Wednesdays at 6 p.m. 764-
0552, ask for Steve or Ken. 36F814
'MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR"
its good for our businessi
AUSTIN DIAMOND
1209 S. University, 663-7151
cFtc
THE DISTINCTION of being South
U's only drug store belongs to the
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer-
sity. cFtc
TENNIS INSTRUCTION
Forne U. team player. Scond
year in Ann Abr. ill, 763-6148.
12F730
IT'S WHAT'S UNDERNEATH that
counts, under the register at the
Union stand, that Is, asetthe clerk.
cFoS-
ADVERTISING
IN THE
MICHIGAN
DAILY
DOESN'T
COST ..
-IT. PAYS
I

1 7640554 . 1

Kunstler found in contempt of
court in Little murder case

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- Activist
lawyer William Kunstler was
jailed for two hours yesterday
by the judge in the Joon Little
murder case after the attorney
challenged "the quality of jus-
tice" in North Carolina courts.
J u d g e Hamilton Hobgood
found Kunstler in contempt of
court following a brief exchange
in the courtroom, where Kun-
stler unsuccessfully had sought
admission as defense counsel
for Miss Little.
KUNSTLER, who also was
barred from the trial area of
the Wake County Courthouse,
called Hobgood's action a "total
miscarriage of justice."
"It should offend the de-
cency of every thinking person
in North Carolina and the coun-
try," Kunstler said. "I think
this man is determined to con-
vict this woman by any means
necessary."
At a news conference yester-
day afternoon, Kunstler said ob-
servers would be stationed in
the courtroom daily to gather
material for a possible civil suit
against Hobgood. Kunstler said
tual malice" by the court in at-
the defense hoped to show "ac-
tempting to prove that he had
violated Little's civil rights.
KUNSTLER said the first

courtroom observer would be
Philip Hirschkop of Alexandria,
Va., a board member of the
American Civil Liberties
Union.
Kunstler was attempting to
replace Atty. Morris Dees of
Montgomery, Ala., on the de-
fense team. Dees was dismissed
from the trial last week by Hob-
good after a witness told the
court Dees had tried to get her
to change her testimony.
Dees had handled most of the
interviewing of witnesses in the
trial of Little, a 21-year-old
black charged with murder in
the slaying of a white Beiufort
County jailer.
LITTLE claims she stabbed
Clarence Alligood, 62, with an
icepick to ward off a sexual
attack in her cell. The state con-
tends she killed Alligood during
an escape.
Jerry Paul, chief defense at-
torney in the trial, moved at the
start of yesterday's session to
have Kunstler admitted. 1ob-
good immediately denied the
motion, noting that he was do-
ing so "in the discretion of the
court, on the grounds that you
now have six attorneys repre-
senting the defendant."
Kunstler moved to the front

of the courtoom's pubiic area.
Leaning against the rail sepa-
rating the bench and public
areas, he said, "I see the cual-
ity of justice in North Carolina
has not improved."
"IF YOU make any further
comments, you will be sen+ to
the fifth floor," Hobgood said,
referring to the jail area,
"Take me up there. What
you're doing is outrageous,"
Kunstler replied.
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Warehouse SALE
MEN'S
10-speed
BICYCLE

STEVE'S LUNCH
1313 SO. UNIVERSITY
HOME COOKING IS OUR SPECIALTY

Breakfast All Day
3 Eggs, Hash Browns,
Toast & Jelly-$1.15
Hom or Bacon or
Sausage with 3 Eggs,
Hash Browns, Toast &
jelly--$1 65
3 eggs, Rib Eye Steak,
Hash Browns,
Toast & Jely--$2.10

SPECIALS THIS WEEK
Beef Steooaff
Chinese Pepper Stesk
Delicious Korean Ber-g Beef
(served after 4 Doily)
Veqetoile Eq Rolls
Home-mode Soups (Beef,
Barley. Clom Chowder, etc. )
Chili, Vegetable Tempuro
(served after 2 p.m.)
Hombureer Steak Dinner -
1/i 2 lb.)... . $1.99
Solietti in Wine Sauce
Beef Curry Rice
Baked Flounder Dinner $2.25
1/ lb. Rst. Beef Kaiser Rolf
$1.69
1/bHamon Kaiser roll $1.39

FAST AND FRIENDLY SERVICE BY MR. AND MRS. LEE
SUMMER HOURS
oia ..l+n MONDAY-SATURDAY 8-8
SUNDAY 9-2
769-2288
1313 SO UNIVERSITY
STEVE'S LUNCH
MICHIGN
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AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
THIS WEEK
CANTERBURY
TALES m
August 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9
Mendelssohn Box Office Hours
12:30 - 5:00 weekdays
12:30-O04Ond 6:00-s8:00
on Derfarmancdys.
PHONE 763-1085
PEFORMANCE TIME--8:00
AUGUST 9 MATINEE -3:00
Tickets also available at Hudsons
*Recommended for Mature Audiences
~t

* Simplex prestige deraileur
* Weinmann centerpull
brakes
* Quick release hubs
* 27x11/4"
wheels $99.95
* WT. 27 lbs.
(partially assembled)
REG. $169
add $10 for assembly
and adjustment.
LADIES'
3-speed BIKE
* 3-speed derailleur
*27xs1 V2" whards with
wries nut release
* WT. 27 lbs.
" Stainless-steel
fenders
10-speed
RACING BIKES
. Columbus tubing
* Campy Hubs & Drop-outs
* Never Cotter-$ 5
less Crank '$99
* WT. 22 lbs.
(partially assembied)
REGULAR $325
RECREATIONAL
LEISURE
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FARMINGTON - 477-6212
Master Charge BankAmericard
Open Sun. 12 to 4
Just east of Mov's Mower
and to the rear.
ALL BIKES WARRANTEED

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