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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 16, 1986
Inmates take tbree workers hostage in Ypsilanti security facility

YPSILANTI (UPI) - Three in-
mates took two guards and a kitchen
worker hostage at knifepoint yester-
day in the food services building at the
maximum-security Huron Valley
Men's Facility, officials said.
Officials said the prison was placed
under "full alert" while a special
State Police negotiating team attem-
pted to secure the release of the three
hostages. There were no reports of in-

juries.
SOME 360 inmates were placed un-
der lockdown, and officials said they
were confident the rest of the prison
was secure. The neighboring Huron
Valley Women's Facility was placed
on "standby" alert, a spokeswoman
there said.
- It was the second serious incident at
the southeast Michigan prison in eight
days. On Jan. 7, a rookie female

guard was held hostage for more than
10 hours by an inmate with a
homemade knife. She escaped
unharmed after a state trooper
rushed the inmate's cell.
Corrections Department
spokesman Robert Mills in Lansing
identified the hostages as food service
worker John Saron, 51, of Ypsilanti,
and guards Ronald Desbrough, 48, of
Saline, and Dennis Easley, 28, of Yp-

silanti.
THE INMATES, all from Detroit,
were identified as Elvis Williams, 31,
Namon Travis, 40, and Darwin
Gravitt, 36. Williams is serving two
sentences for armed robbery; Gravitt
for three assaults, including two
against corrections employees, and
Travis for armed robbery and
criminal sexual conduct.
Mills said Williams and Travis, who

were being transferred to Southern
Michigan Prison at Jackson, broke
from their guards during the transfer
process and ran into the food services
building around 10:30 a.m. EST.
Inside the building, they were
joined by Gravitt. They took the three
men hostage and demanded keys to
the basement of the building, although
Mills said the reason for the demand
was not immediately clear.

"The latest word I have is that it is
assumed all three (inmates) are
equally involved at this point," Mills
said.
Travis' sister, Eloise Jackson, said
her brother phoned her three times
Tuesday saying he feared for his life
because of the upcoming transfer to
Jackson. She said Travis had
problems with a guard and another
inmate during an earlier stint at
Jackson.

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FOR SALE

FOR RENT

FOR RENT

WINTER TERM. Half or full lease for sale, one
or two people. University Towers. Two bedroom.
Call persistently, 662-4504. 89B0122
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair).
Also delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000
Ext. GH-10152 for information. 39B0131
THORENS 126 MKIII turntable, Linn Basik
Plus tonearm, $450; 4 1985 VW GTI alloy wheels
with Eagle GT, for rabbit/golf, $750 663-4857.
77B0121
LARGE SINGLE Room (male) in Baits I
(Smith house). Winter lease for sale 764-5015.
76B0117
AKAI AA-V301 Receiver, new, $199; Toshiba
PCX-40 Cassette, $85; bookshelf speakers, $35;
oak desk chair, $58; Sony HVC-2200 color video
camera, $375. 663-8359. 30B0120
ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER with case, $60.00. Call
973-8405. 49B0120
CROSS COUNTRY Ski Package. 215 cm high
performance waxables with great bindings, shoes,
graphite poles, iron, wax, ski bag, and4much
more. 764-3040. 41B0120
USED FLUTE with case. $50, but negotiable. Call
995-0320 after 5:00. 22B0417
- ATTENTION STUDENTS -
Giant Flea Market
Household items, furniture, jewelry, vin-
tage clothing, new and old. 150 dealers. 6:00-
10:00 p.m. Fri., 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat.-
Sun., 214 E. Michigan at Park, Downtown
Ypsilanti, 487-5890, 971-7676. cBtc

CAMPUS: FALL - Now taking applications for 1
and 2 Bedroom Apartments; CALL 769-6478.
cCtc
MALE/FEMALE roommate wanted. Quiet, one
room in two bedroom apartment. One block to
CCRB. 665-0851. evenings. 84C0122
{PACKARD Near Hill. Deluxe two bedroom ap-
partment. Furnished. Heat and water paid. Park-
ing, laundry. Call Modern Management, 668-6906.
cC0123
CHURCH NEAR S. UNIVERSITY. Furnished
rooms. Share kitchen and bath. All women. Hurry,
only two left. Call Modern Management, 668-
6906. cC0123
FEMALE SUBLETTER NEEDED. Winter Term.
Heritage House Apartments. Joanna. 996-1785.
90C0122
SUNNY One-bedroom furnished apartment. Four
blocks from campus. Call Ann Hockett, 485-2000.
After 7 p.m., 995-1136. 19C0122
FEMALE TO SHARE two bedroom apartment,
near northeast side campus. Non-smoker. 761-
5153. 24C0117
SIX BEDROOM HOUSE. Furnished, carpeted,
laundry. May or September. 572-1215. 90C0423
THREE BEDROOM, 4-PERSON APARTMENT.
furnished, carpeted, fireplace, laundry, parking.
September lease. 572-1215. 91C0423
CAMPUS. 6 Bedroom home, living room, dining
room, kitchen, 2 baths, furnished, carpeted, no
pets. 663-5861. cCtc
TIRED OF COOKING? Board at an ICC co-op.
Call 662-4414. cC0l2l
SINGLE and double leases available. Located on
central campus, reasonable rent, optional meal
plan. Call 662-1179 or 668-7072. 59C0120
CAMPUS FALL. 3 bedroom furnished house.
$630/mo. 2 bedroom semi-furnished apartment
$400 - $410/month. Plus utilities 665-4764 after 5.
62C0124
CENTRAL CAMPUS. May lease. Furnished.
4 bedroom, 2 bathroom 2 kitchen house.
$800/month plus utilities. 665-4764 after 5. 63C0124
1 LUXURY one bedroom furnished Apt. at
Catherine and Glenn. Quiet, very large. Available
Jan. 24. $490, negotiable. 763-4681, Tony. 78C0121
SPACES NOW AVAILABLE
FOR WINTER
In Cooperatives. Room, board and
community; average of $265/month.
Includes food, phone, free laundry machines,
etc. CALL 662-4414 or stop by at 4022 Michigan
Union. Contracts also available for Fall 1986.
cCtc
MALE GRAD STUDENT - Winter Sublet -
Space in Law Quad Double. GREAT location.
$300/month, includes meals. Negotiable. 764-9008,
Leave message. 46C0117
NOW LEASING FOR FALL '86
Listings now available for efficiencies, 1-6 bed-
room apts., and whole houses.
CAMPUS RENTALS, LTD
' 1335 S. University
"Across from the Mudbowl"
Corner of Washtenaw
665-8825
M-F 8:45-5:15
Sat 12:00-4:00
cCtc
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
FURNISHEID APARTMENTS
536 S. FOREST
761-2680 cCtc

FOR RENT a two room suite and a private
bath. Two person occupancy. $190 per person, per
month. Food contract available. Four or eight
month lease. 994-0065. 44C0117
5 and 6 bedroom
apts. & houses
DAVID M. COPI
Furnished. Year Leases. No pets. May and Sept.
Call 663-5609. 47C0127

STUDENT SERVICES
VUARNET, RAY-BAN, BOLLE Sunglasses and
Accessories at 20% off list price. Call 764-7859.
29G0117
DAT
Stanley Kaplan Educational Center will be hold-
ing classes for the April DAT exam, beginning in
Jan. & Feb. CALL 662-3149. cG0122
QUALITY TYPING SERVICES: Fast, accurate,
professional. Reasonable rates. Call Karen
662-0913. cG0423
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 662-4530. cGtc

HELP WANTED

NORMAL, HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS with no
history of psychiatric disorders needed for re-
search project. Project involves two catheter
studies on different days with overnight stays in
the Clinical Research Center. Ages 30-55. Compen-
sation $150. Call Carol Schleisman at 763-1540.
84H0116
WORK-STUDY STUDENTS WANTED for the
Michigan Guild and Art organization located in
downtown Ann Arbor. Good management skills,
typing, filing and other related office skills neces-
sary. Blocks of 22 and 3 hours. preferred. Contact
Judith at 662-3819 for further information. 09H0121

ACCURACY INK
Editing/Word Processing
Reasonable Rates. 971-4139.

30 SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE - Resort near
Lake Michigan. June 1 thru Labor Day. Send
self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Mary C. Ott,
Sunny Brook Resort, 68300 C.R. 388, South Haven,
cGtc MI 49090. (616) 637-4796. 39H0210

DORM DOINGS

FREE PORTABLE TV - when you order dorm
shirts from Word Silkscreening. Call 665-6031 for
details. cDtc

HELP WANTED

GREEK GAB

GREEK t-shirts for Rush from Word Silkscreen-
ing. 3 color printing absolutely free. 665-6031.
cEtc
DELTA SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY is back on
campus! Mass meeting Thursday, January 16th
in the Union at 8:00 p.m. in Anderson CD.
55E0116
RUSH - Mass Meeting, 7:00 p.m. Thursday, Jan.
23, Michigan Union Ballroom. 60E0123

AUTOMOTIVE

PERSONAL

DODGE CHARGER, 1977. One owner 48,000 miles,
$1500.00 or best offer. 434-6343. 83X0129'
OLDSMOBILE STATION WAGON, 1975 - very
dependable. $400 or best offer. 973-8405. 50X0120
AMC PACER, 1977 - Very good car. $900 neg.
Call after 8 p.m. 487-5748. 64X0121
AMC SPIRIT DL, 1981 - Low miles, new tires,
sunroof, excellent condition. $2200 or best offer.
483-5745 or 663-8891. 65X0121
DATSUN 510, 1978 - New tires and brakes.
Runs like new. Call 434-1154. 67X0121
MERCURY MARQUIS, 1976 - Air, new brakes,
exhaust, $475. 663-1160 eves. 66X0121
FORD LTD, 1977 - Mint condition. Air, good
tires, brown, 2-door, $1800 or best. 485-8048.
70X0121
DATSUN 810 WAGON, 1978 - Air conditioning,
power steering & brakes, AM-FM, 57,000 miles.
$1950. Call 429-1350. 72X0121
BUICK REGAL LANDAU, 1977 - Loaded.
2-door. Seamist green. New brakes, tires, &
paint job. $2150. Mileage 50,000.483-7667. 68X0121
FOR RENT
SUBLET with Fall Option: 2 Bedroom Duplex,
1010 Fountain. $400 per month, water and heat in-
cluded. Mike or Ruth 665-6710. Beginning March 5.
82C0122

ALL your cosmetic needs at the Village Apothe-
cary. 1112 S. University. cFtc
DO YOU TRAVEL EXTENSIVELY OR LIVE
ALONE in a gracious home and wish for a con-
genial housemate? I am a professional woman, 47,
neat, considerate - and interested in sharing a
home. Would arrange for any needed personal
services or property maintenance if desired. Call
971-6191. 42F0122
INFORMATION AND APPLICATIONS for Uni-
versity of Michigan Spring and Summer program
in Paris, Florence, London and Seville are now
available at the Center for Western European
Studies, 5208 Angell Hall. 11F0116
CREATING NEW RELATIONSHIPS. A weekend
workshop for single men and women of all ages,
Jan. 17-19. $45 registration plus sliding scale pro-
fessional fee. Bob Blood, Ph.D., Margaret Blood,
MA. 769-0046. cF0ll6
DON'T MISS ANYTHING. SAVE TOO. 15% off
on contact lens supplies at the Village Apothecary.
1112 S. University. cFtc
A T-SHIRT is a personal thing. Get your
t-shirt done with the personal touch at Word
Silkscreening. 665-6031. cFtc
THE # 1 SPRING BREAK vaca to Daytona
Beach is happening for you! Call Orrin 764-
3656. 53F0128
NEW Credit Card! No one refused. VISA/
MASTERCARD. Call 1-619-565-1657. 24 hrs.
08F0117
STUDY QUIETLY. By being a volunteer monitor
at the Michigan Union Study Lounge you can
serve fellow students, earn a higher GPA, unravel
the enigmatic bandies of the Monitor Log Book
(MLB), and structure your weekly study time.
Call Tim at 763-5750, 663-9240. 21F0116
CONFIDENTIAL & INEXPENSIVE
GYNECOLOGICAL CARE
PLANNED PARENTHOOD
3100 Professional Dr., Ann Arbor
(near Washtenaw & Huron Pkwy)
973-0710 cFtc

PHOTO-TUTOR
I would like to learn how to develop my own
photographs. Will pay $$$. Please call 764-7778.
80H0124
THE U-M CAMPUS INFORMATION CEN-
TER is hiring Information Assistants. Applica-
tions available at the CIC desk, Michigan Union.
Due: Friday, February 7, 1986. A Non-Discrimina-
tory, Affirmative Action Employer. 79H0201
DO YOU HAVE PIMPLES OR ACNE? Earn $100.
Volunteers needed to test medication for facial
acne. Office visits and medication are provided
free to eligible participants. You must have mod-
erately severe acne (12 pimples or more). $100
paid at the successful completion of the 15 week
study. Call University of Michigan Department
of Dermatology Research, 763-5519, Monday-Fri-
day, 9:00-4:00 for further details. 86H0204
$60.00 PER HUNDRED PAID for processing mail
at home! Information, send self-addressed.
stamped envelope. Associates, Box 95, Roselle,
New Jersey 07203. 45H0211
MICHIGAN STUDENT ASSEMBLY is accepting
applicatons for the positions of Treasurer and
Election Director. Applications are available at
3909 Michigan Union. The deadline for submitting
applications is Tues., Jan. 21. Any questions
about the position of Treasurer can be answered
by Beth Meany at 763-3241, and any questions
about the position of Election Director can be
answered by Bruce Belcher at 763-3241. 74H0121
CONLIN BRIDE SHOWCASE
Needs a part time salesperson who is fashion con-
scious, personable, and can work Saturdays.
Weekday hours are very flexible. Call Mrs. Conlin
at 971-6455. 45H0117
WORK STUDY Position available immediately in
Graduate Admissions Office, Law School General
office duties. Call Barbara Roble 764-0535. 43H0117
DEPENDABLE MEN NEEDED. Work h hour
for great meals in a sorority house. Lunch and/or
dinner. Must be available for most weekends. 761-
7553. 40H0117
RESEARCH ASSISTANT. Part time. College
work-study required. Natural resources and/or
economics background preferred. Great Lakes
Commission (north campus), 665-9135. 85H4116
AIRLINES NOW HIRING, Reservations, Flight
Attendants, & Ground Crew Positions Available.
Call (Refundable) 1-518459-3546 For Info. 58H0121
NEEDED: Subjects with late summer (rag weed)
asthma, for multi-year study of injection treat-
ment. Paid volunteers also will receive allergy
evaluation and required medications. For de-
tails, call University Hospital, 936-5634. 06H0116
EARN $100 TO $200 WEEKLY, at home, clip-
ping newspaper items. Send self-addressed,
stamped envelope to: M-B Dept. T-2, P.O. Box
3075, Ann Arbor, MI 48106. 54H0120
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WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT or volunteer at
the Pound House Children's Center this winter.
Located at Hill and East University. Come over
for a visit or call 764-2547 for more information.
27H0117
WORK-STUDY POSITIONS - open for the Inter-
cooperative Council. Graphic artist and mainte-
nance worker. Call Jim Jones, 662-4415. cH0116
CHILD CARE Needed for 4 year old girl and
1 year old boy. Our home. Starting immediately.
Some afternoon, evening, weekend hours. Need
transportation. No smoking. Experience, referen-
ces. Call 995-3561, 5-9 p.m. or weekends. 48H0120
CHINA ON THE RUN - now accepting
applications for delivery drivers. Car required.
Call 994-3151, before 4p.m. NCH0123
MESSENGER FOR LAW FIRM. Hours approxi-
mately 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday-Friday. Errands,
kitchen clean up, light clerical tasks. Familiarity
with University of Michigan library system and
capability with hand tools helpful. Spotless driv-
ing record and some heavy lifting required. Send
resume to Personnel Manager, P.O. Box 1686,
Ann Arbor 48106. 05K0117
$60.00 PER HUNDRED PAID for processing mail
at home! Information, send self-addressed,
stamped envelope. Associates, Box 95, Roselle,
New Jersey 07203. 45H0206
CUSTOMER SERVICE DRIVER - We need
someone to work part-time delivering individual
newspapers to our carriers and customers in the
Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area. Hours are weekend
mornings and some weekday afternoons. A reli-
able vehicle and a good driving record is required.
Hourly wage plus a liberal mileage reimburse-
ment. Apply at The Ann Arbor News Personnel
Office or call Lee Ann at 994-6745. We are an affir-
mative action/equal opportunity Employer.
16H0117
GREAT LAKES SHIPPING CO. Restaurant and
Tavern offers outstanding part-time opportunities.
Current positions available include: Cooks, Day
Bus and Dish Crew. Apply between 2-4 p.m. Mon-
day thru Friday or after 5 p.m. daily. corner of
State and Ellsworth. 07H0121
CLEANING PERSON, apartment complex halls
and general maintenance cleaning. Permanent
part-time. Call 973-9153 or 769-2743, evenings.
cHtc
SNOW REMOVAL. Top earnings, permanent
part-time. 973-9153 or 769-2743, evenings. cHtc
HOUSECLEANER, Two hours each week. $5.00/
hour. Prefer over 21.668-8818. 96H0117
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040-$59,230 year. Now
Hiring. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-10152 for current
federal list. 93H0402
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair). Also
delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000 Ext.
GH-10152 for information. 94H0402
BUS BOYS for lunch and dinner, Sorority house.
Call 761-4524. Between 2-4 p.m. 46H0120

BUSINESS SERVICE(
A-1 TYPING-On campus. Professional. Russ
service available. 668-8898. cJ0484
THE LETTER WRITER - Resumes; creative/
letter writing; secretarial services; student rates
on typing. 455-8892. cJtc
TYPING SERVICES - $2 per page - Letter
Quality 663-1871. cJ0423
TYPING: Fast - Quality work at reasonaTe
rates. 668-6109. 81J0i10
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient servic.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJltc
FREE RESUME
w/20-pg. paper or 20 coverletters EXECU-TOPS
Word Processing. 663-7158. cJtc
HOME ROW
TRANSCRIPTION/WORD PROCESSING
572-0649
cJ04
SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESSING
*** 25% off 1st paper (with this ad) ***
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letters,
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217.
TCJtc
ACCUTYPE
WORD PROCESSING
LASER-JET PRINTER
Resumes, Papers, Cover Letters, Etc.
Complete Secretarial Service
Available Same Day Service,
761-5050
cJtc

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GOING PLACES

SPRING BREAK '86 - Freeport, Bahamas.
$379. February 22-March 1. COMPLETE TRAVEL.
761-6500. cKtc
FORT LAUDERDALE: Spring break airfare,
$199 round trip. Limited space, call immediately.
Great Places Travel, 9944777. 73K0122

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TICKETS
WANTED. Excellent seats for Michigan basket-,
ball games. 2 together in the blue, prefer first 10-
rows. Please call Connie at 1-225-7035, during
business hours. 36Q0120.
WANTED --UM Basketball tickets. 973-9582.
cQtc
ROOMMATES

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MUSICAL

PROFESSIONAL Female vocalist needed for es-
tablished wedding band. 995-3939. 56N0127
LESSONS - Special Pay for 4, take 5. Best
teachers in state. REPAIRS, bows rehaired.
Herb David Guitar Studio. 665-8001.302 E. Liberty,
cNtc

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Church part
Convex
moldings
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Pluck
Novelist

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2 Tradition
3 Unimaginative
4 First course
choice
5 Chopin
creation
6 Bobby of
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37 Growing out
39 Fraternity
letters
42 Most aware
45 Certain needles
49 Joints
51 Chemical
ending
53 Nutritionists'
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Pianist Peter
Brace
Light splash
North or South
follower
Exposed
Printed matter
Actress Grant
Wrath

GRADUATE FEMALE roommate wanted. One-
room in four bedroom house. Close to campusw'
$200/month plus utilities. 668-0226. 86S01
FEMALE ROOMMATE in 5 person house. Fur
nished, washer/dryer. Two blocks from Union.
Rent negotiable. 713 S. Division. 662-6296. 61S0117
ROOMMATE WANTED - Great apartment
mates, ideal location, own room. $165 per montht
663-0011. 575012A

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38 Bristles
40 Palm starch
41 Minneapolis
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44 "Mrs. -
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11 Positive words,
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