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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 9, 1986

Judge
imafia
NEW YORK (AP) - Brushing
oaside defense complainst of ill
health, double jeopardy and
;pretrial publicity, a federal judge
'began picking an anonymous
jury Monday for the trial of eight
;men accused of participating in
'the Mafia's ruling commission.
Among the questions potential
jurors were asked was whether
they had ever heard of Al Capone,
the notorious Chicago mob boss.
Mafia history is at the heart of
the case as the government tries to
prove that from the 1930's until
recent months, leaders of the five
.mob families based in New York
:met periodically as a
'commission" to divide
territories, share the spoils of
criminal corporations and, some-
times, authorize a murder.
THE COMMISSION'S
influence extended well beyond
New York, sometimes to the point
w of choosing leaders for families
in distant cities, the government
contends.
c Three reputed mob bosses -
Carmine Persico of the Colombo
Sfamily,Anthony "Tony Ducks"
Salerno of the Gernovese family -
were in the courtroom, along with
five of their alleged associates, as
U.S. District Judge Richard
Owen summoned 100 propesctive
lILA
FOR SALE
CANNON TYPESTAR6 TYPEWRITER. Bought
X-MAS 1985. Includes carrying case. $200.00 CALL
6.CHRIS764-0776 (3 pm-1iam). 05020909
-FOR SALE: Z Stereo System. MARANZ TAPE
DECK - $50. Scott Receiver - $40. Sanyo Turn-
table - $50. Sold individually or as a unit. Good
condition. Call Barb 971-5295. 96
9 SPEAKERS - SUNN MODEL 5 P.A. Perfect for
jpartes 996-4465. $400, O.B.O. 5020912
FREE PRESS
* 1 WEEKS FOR $13.00
Delivered on campus.
Cail668-8713. 6220911.
ART/GRAPHICS TABLE - Excellent condition.
Kathy. 971-5394mornings. 3520910.
COUCH - Exc. Cond., Contemp. $100 or best of-
fer.662-0665. 3220910
19" COLOR Remote control Magnavox TV, ex-
cellent cond. 125. Analog speakers 2" tweeter,
4" mid-range, 12" woofer $230/pr. or best offer. 80
lb. heavy bag. Best offer. Call 994-5347. 3320912
MAJOR HOTEL FURNITURE SALE
(name withheld by request)
200 rooms (Martinsville, Kroehler) Bedspreads,
Drapes, Tables - Desklamps, Tables, Pictures,
Desk-dressers, Nightstands, Mirrors, Chairs, etc.
CASH ONLY. Call Gertrude:
313-63-9637
782911

picks
jury
jurors.
Questionnaires were handed
out asking each of the potential
jurors if they"know or have
heard of any of some 200 past
and present Mafia figures,
including such leaders form past
decades as Capone, Albert
Anastasia, Carlo Gambino and
Joseph Profaci.
A 'YES" ANSWER would not
necessarily disqualify a would-
be juror, but would lead to more
intensive questioning by the
judge about the individual's
knowledge and feeling about the
Mafia.
Jury selection is expected to
take at least several days.
Several defendants raised
last-minure objectioins but Owen
rejected all of the complaints.
The defendants also include
Gennaro "Jerry Lang" Langella,
who was previously convicted of
being Persico's second-in-
command; Salvatore "Tom Mix"
Santoro, the alleged low-level
Bonanno family member accused
of being a triggerman in the 1979
rubout of Bonanno boss Carmine
Galante; and Ralph Scopo, a
former contruction labor leader
who allegedly delivered payoffs
from contractors who were
victims of a commission
shakedown scheme.

Primary vote losers
get a second chance

LANSING (AP)- Several
primary election losers have
taken advantage of a quirk in
Michigan's election laws to grab
a second chance at winning seats
in the state Legislature.
That quirk is enabling House
hopeful Charles Gongdon of
Midland, who pulled 15 percent of
the vote in the Republican
primary, to run a second time
against Michael Hayes, who
pulled 85 percent of the vote.
VIRGINIA Cropsey of Sterling
Heights, who got 5 percent of the
GOP primary vote in the 9th
Senate District; Freddie Kennedy
of Detroit, who ran in second in a
three-way GOP House primary;
and Dick Whitelock of Portland,
defeated by a 2-to-1 margin in
another Republican House
primary, are also back on the
ballot.
So is John Safran, a
Democratic Senate hopeful who
lost to a backer of political
extremist Lyndon LaRouche..
They're all running without
party labels, as independent
candidates.
"STATE law doesn't address
independent candidacies at all,"
Elections Director Chris Thomas
said Monday. "That has been an
ongoing problem for the past 10
years."
In at least one case, it may pose
a problem to Gov. James
Blanchard, a Democrat.
Blanchard reacted strongly

when James Green of Metroma
defeated Safran, a retired
Methodist minister from
Clifford.
AFTER GREEN won the
Democratic nomination with 60
percent of the vote, Blanchard
disavowed the nominee and
endorsed a Republican,
incumbent Sen. Dan DeGrow of
Port Huron.
"The governor felt so strongly
about the LaRouche candidate and
making it so clear that voters
didn't vote for him inadvertently
because he had the Democratic
label that he endorsed

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Republicans.. .he at least could
work with," said Gary Buchula,
the governor's campaign
manager.
"I don't know what he'll do
now" that Safran, a Democrat for
48 years, back in the race as an
independent, Bachula said.
MICHIGANlaw hasn't spelled
out how independent candidates
should get on the ballot ever since
a federal court found the state's
old system unconstitutional.
For the past few elections,
candidates have gone to court to
get their names on the ballot. This
year, state officials got tired of
spending time and money in
court and allowed independents
on the- ballot just by filing an
affadavit.
The result? "Absolutely, this
year is the highest number of
independents," Thomas said.

Associated Press
Anthony 'Tony Ducks" Corallo, reputed boss of the Lucchese
crime family, enters U.S. Federal Court in Manhattan
yesterday. Jury selection for the trial of eight alleged mafia
leaders began yesterday.

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FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

TAPE SALE: TDK SA90, $2.10/tape. Maxell
XLII90 $2.20/tape. Call 668-7981. 3820919
MIKASA whole-wheat stoneware. Like new. 11
place, many extras. $200. 665-7584. 9920912
POSTERS - Movie Theater Originals - Music
Promos from $2-$95. Call John 761-5108. 8720919

GREAT RUNNING '74 VW Bug. New battery -
front seats - driver floor. Heat! $750. Call 769-
0635 evenings. 5530908

FOR RENT

AUTOMOTIVE

FORD FAIRMONT Futura 1979. 62,000 miles. Ex-
cellent condition, air, new brakes, recent tune-
up, $1695/Best, 995-8483. 09030912
HONDA ACCORD '79. 63K Sharp, $24,00, 665-
6028. 02030917
'78 CHEV IMPALA - 4-door, A/C, New tires.
Brakes / exhaust, exc. cond. $1300 OBO. Call
Paul643-4622 (w), 649-3886 (H). 8630915
FOR SALE - '70 Chevelle convertible. Good con-
dition, little rust, P.S., 'Good tires, 78,000 miles.
$1600.668-8689. 7430911
'84 CJ-7 JEEP LAREDO. All options with extras.
Hard- oft top. 425-1706. 2730910
1981 DQDGE OMNI - Great condition, 1 owner,
64,000 mi., 40 plus MPG, 764-0550, days. 995-2494,
eves. and weekends. nc30911
1980 PLYMOUTH VOLARE - 6 cylinder, 4 door,
3-speed. $1,000. 482-0717 after 6 p.m. NC30911

ROOM ON CAMPUS. Clean, & quiet. Furnished.
Parking. Male pref. $190 8 Mo. 995-3276. c4tc
QUIET, CLEAN. Share house. No lease. Utilities
included. 1st and last. Suitable for 1 or 2. Parking.
Private entrance to 2 room unit. Near Zinger-
mans. 761-1734. 5240911
LARGE ROOM 2 Min. from Campus; parking.
Free Laundry, $230 month plus Util. Sept.-Sept.
Lease. Ca1994-5833. 4140912
ACCURACY INK
Editing/Word Processing
Cassette Transscription. 971-4139.
c90422
ROOM SWITCH WANTED: I have a room in
Couzens. Desperately looking for room in any Hill
or Central Campus form. Will pay $. Call Jill at
764-5853. 1740918
TWO BEDROOM furnished apartment downtown,
$550 a month, also efficiency available for $340.
Call Cary, 668-6172. 4540918
FALL '86 Utilities, Cable TV, Furnishings ...
everything! Just $225 a month. Call now, 769-
5935 or 769-3410. 9140912

EARN EXTRA $$$
Add solid communications and marketing
experience to your resume
$4.00/hour to start plus regular
raises and bonuses
The School of Dentistry needs success oriented
individuals to contact our alumni for The Cam-
paign for Michigan. If you communicate effectiye-
ly, enjoy being part of a winning team, -are
reliable, enthusiastic and proud of your Univer-
sity . . . WE WANT YOU! Evening calling sessions.
04100917
GET PAID while you.study. Aircraft fueling per-
sonnel. Gimbel Aviation. 761-4670. 08100911
LOOKING FOR WORK-STUDY student to serve
as peer counselor and secretary at the Students'
Counseling Office. Stop by 609 Haven Hall, Mon.-
Fri. i0-3. 01100910
A-1 TYPING - On campus. Professional. Rush
service available. 668-8898. 0110422
BUS BOYS - Sorority needs reliable help im-
mediately. GOOD FOOD, Great Scenery. Call 761-
1220 for interview. 69100912
JANITOR 6-12 Hrs. Alternate weekends. Table/
chair set-up & light cleaning. Apply Mon.-Thurs.
9-5 or send resume: Beth Israel Congregation,
2000 Washtenaw,-Ann Arbor 48104. 75100915
Key Liner
PART TIME
CURRENT OPENING in our advertising produc-
tion department. Position would include support-
ing our sales staff and customer accounts. Pre-
vious experience desirable. Art background or re-
lated courses would be a plus. 3/4 hrs. /wk ml.
some nights and wknds. Students encouraged to
apply at the Ann Arbor News PERSONNEL
OFFICE, 340 E. Huron, Ann Arbor, M-F, 10 a.m.-
3 p.m. We are an equal opportunity employer
M/F/H. 79100905
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE/Telephone sales posi-
tion available for sports-minded individual. Call
663-86864:30 to7:30. 89100912
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT needed, must
be articulate and have exceptional organizational
and communication skills. Call 663-8686 4:30 to
7:30. 90100912
ANN ARBOR INN now hiring room attendants,
front desk clerk, van driver,abanquet wait staff
and porters A.M. and P.M. wait staff, day busser
and cashier. Apply at 100 S. Fourth Ave. 95100912
RESEARCH ASSITANT (work-study) to help in
all phases of a large-scale survey study on eating
disorders in teenage girls. 10-15 hrs. per week,
please call: 747-0208. 67100918
RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS. Warner-Lam-
bert/Parke-Davis Pharmaceutical Research
Division, Community Research Clinic, is seeking
healthy male volunteers 18-55 yrs. of age to par-
ticipate as subjects in medication research
studies starting in Sept. If interested call for an
appt. for your initial work-up this week. Monetary
compensation is provided to research volunteers.
For further info. call Ms. Susan Moran, R.N.,
research volunteer coordinator (8-4 Mon.-Fri.)
996-7051. 65100924

TO DO CLEANING, ETC., min. 2 hrs. weekly.
Hours adjustable, good pay, 769-0032. 72100912
BABYSITTING for Bright, mature 5% and 2
year old. Various afternoons, evenings, weekends.
Near campus. 995-3561 after 3 pm and weekends.
'85100912
DISHPERSON needed for ATO fraternity. 1 hr. a
night & free meals. Call 761-1345 or 663-9844 and
ask for Rich. 60100911
.ENVIRONMENTAL WORK/STUDY JOBS. $6 hr.
as receptionist, admin.asst.,.,recycler, toxics
"educator. Ecology Center. 761-3186. 92100916
HEY, U OF M STUDENTS. Earn extra $$$$.
Grillcooks and dishwashers wanted. Full or part
time. Day hours only. Apply in person at Bell's
Cafe, 221 North Main, between 9-5. 8100915
HOUSECLEANING - laundry, ironing, dishes,
beds, sweeping, 15/20 hrs./wk, during day time
weekdays, walking distance to campus, occasion-
al care of nine year old, call after 5:30 PM. 662-
7169. $6/hr. 77100916
CONLIN BRIDES
Is accepting applications for a part time salesper-
son who is fashion conscious, personable and can
work Sat., Week day hrs. are flexible.
CALL Mrs. Conlin at 971-6455. 49100911
SEWING OF ALL TYPES-Fast & Reliable.
Hems, zippers, alterations, mending & non-
clothing projects. O'Della, 973-0565. c110422
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for all shifts, from
opening through closing. Full and part-time
positions available. Flexible hours, free meals.
Apply in person, Burger King, 530 E. Liberty (at
Maynard). 57100924
BUSBOYS NEEDED for Alpha Gamma Delta.
Lunch or dinner. Meals + bonus. Contact Mrs.
Eaton at 662-2176. 1322 Hill. 66100911
$$$$$ PIZZA HUT is looking for smiling faces that
want to earn extra $$$. Now hiring full or part-
time waiters, waitresses and cooks. Flexible
hours available. Excellent starting wage also.
Apply Pizza Hut, 2080w. Stadium, Ann Arbor.
71100912
WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT or volunteer at
the Pound House Children's Center this Fall.
Located at Hill and E. University. Come over for a
visit or call 764-2547, for more information.
15100918
BABYSITTER NEEDED for a bright & happy 1%
yr. old girl a few hours a week. Home located Bur-
ns Park. Own transportation preferred. 7694892.
2910912

-BUSINESS SERVICES
THERE IS
such a thing
as a well
prepared coursepack
Michigan Document
662-4530
56110912
SITUATIONS
WANTED

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Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

PERSONAL

LOOKING FOR inexpensive used bicycles: 'in
working condition. Call 764-6764. 39150912
TIRED OF COOKING? We'll prepare your -in_.
ches/dinners 6 days a week for only $40/wk. Call
Jon at 761-5145/662-4272. 64150910
FORMER U OF M STUDENT now attending Law
School-Windsor Ontario seeks weekend accom-
modation (Fri. Night to Sunday Night) in. A'
during academic year. Prefer non-smokiig,
Jewish environment. Require shower, telephone
and kitchen privileges. Rent to be determiped
upon consultation. Please contact Scott at (519)
254-0244 (Windsor) or (416) 223-6666 (Toronto).
43150910
FRENCH STUDENT wishes to improve English
-will exchange lessons or skills with person wish-
ing to improve French. Phone 995-3421. 94150915

ACROSS
1 Ember
4 Posts
9 Bio., Bot., or
Phys.
12 Kin of etc.
14 Haberdashery
purchase
15 Soft drink
16 Vegas game
17 Della, the
singer
18 Sign
19 Floor
21 Swains
23 Command, old
style
24 Uncle, in
Scotland
25 Honey producer
26 Map abbrs.
29 Namesakes of a
Roman emperor
33 Capital of
Calvados
35 Wagner-Powers
vehicle
37 Pub order
38 Driving
maneuver
39 Old car
40 Hart, Harte
choice?
43 "- a Wonderful
World"
44 Actor O'Toole
45 Great!
46 Recipe abbr.
47 Intelligence org.
49 Consumer
51 Standards
54 Companion of
flora
55 Soon
56 Sam, the
detective

5 Peer Gynt's
mother
6 Decorate a
cake
7 Part of L.A.
8 Cubic meter
9 "- of These
Days"
10 Singer Laine
11 Actor McKellen
and namesakes
13 Untie
15 Partof an
O'Neill title
20 Abbr. on a road
map
22 Melville novel
26 Waited
27 Cape Cod town
28 Sprinkle
30 Candidate Gary
and kin, once
31 Mine products
32 Portico, in old
Athens
33 Vacationer's
choice
34 Cosmetic plant

35 Ben, the
charioteer
36 Explosive
initials
41 Gear shift
42 "Mourning
Becomes
Electra" role
43 Brought forth
46 River in N
Portugal
48 Plus

50 Street show
51 Senora's
domain
52 "I'll turn over -
leaf": Cervantes
53 Coward of note
54 Parts of yards
57 - se
58 "All the Things
You -"
59 Day, in Madrid
61 Samovar

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JOHN - Paradise is not lost. 15% discount on
contact lens preparations at The Village Apothe-
cary - Lucifer. c7tc
KOSHER PIZZA NIGHT every Sunday, 5:45-7 pm.
Chabad House, 715 Hill. Info 99-LEARN. c7tc
ERIC'S SPORTS factory closeouts. Swimwear,
bodywear and footwear. Custom t-shirts, 2 blks off
State, 419 E. Liberty. c70422
WANTED: DOUBLE OR QUEEN size mattress
and box spring. Call Dan at 747-8591 until mid-
night. nc70911
THE UM TAE KWON DO CLUB meets 7 pm Mon.
& Wed. in the CCRB Martial Arts Room and 5 pm
in the CCRB Small Gym. BEGINNERS WEL-
COME! For information call Mike 665-7399.
93070908
FIELD HOCKEY
CLUB
All Welcome
Recreation & Competition
Practice at Huron HighSchool
SUNDAYS, 1 P.M.
Questions? 971-4139 367-0905
WOMEN SINGERS
U.M. WOMEN'S
GLEE CLUB
Private Auditions

10 11 Mrs. Edwards 665-7408
5470908
Use Daily Classifieds
STUDENT SERVICES
. .. . .t rw~~w h "i:A T 1T'AhT~ L .ih

STUDENT BUSDRIVERS
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN has im-
mediate need for student busdrivers. Must be a
currently enrolled University of Michigan
student. Must have a good driving record & heavy
equipment experience. Must be able to pass a
physical examination.
" Flexible schedules
" Pay Rate: $6.83-7.10/hr.
Contact: Jim Oliver, 764-2485 for more infor-
mation. A Non-Discriminatory, affirmative action
employer. 48100912
STUDENT TYPISTS - tired of making minimum
wage? If you type 80 wpm minimum you can
greatly increase your earnings! Flexible hours.
Call now 668-8898. c100919
THE STEAK ESCAPE of Tally Hall is now hiring.
15 positions avail. Flexible hours. Starting pay
$3.50-4.00. Apply in person at 515 E. Liberty, lower
level. 68100912
WORKING ANN ARBOR couple needs mature
non-smoking person for part time child care and
possible light hduse-keeping and transportation to
preschool for 3 yr. old. Requires own car. Must be
reliable and flexible during week. Salary

TICKETS

BARTENDERS AND WAITPERSONS
for golfcourse. Part time through October.
Primarily weekends. Located between Plymouth
and Ann Arbor. Fox Hill CC. 453-7272. 20100912
CASHIERS, COOKS, and Counter Help. Day &
Nights. Honey Tree-Tally Hall. Apply. 25100912
DO YOU HAVE PIMPLES? Earn $75-volunteers
with moderately severe acne (15 blacklheads and/
or 10 pimples or more.) Ages 12-25 needed for
research and acne treatments. Only five visits
over 12 week period. Call U-M Department of
Dermatology 936-4070 M-F 9-4 for appointment.
14100915
EATOS BURRITOS - TALLY HALL Now hiring
dishwashers; Preps and counter help. Apply bet-
ween 4 and 6.515 E. Liberty. 24100912
JOIN THE CHI-CHI'S TEAM. Here's your chance
to work with America's fastest growing Mexican
Dinner House Team - The Chi-Chi's Team. We
are now taking applications for the following full
and part time positions: SERVICE ASSISTANTS,
HOST/HOSTESS, BARTENDERS, LINE COOKS,
DISHMACHINE OPERATORS. Our flexible
scheduling makes Chi-Chi's the perfect job for af-
ter classes and weekends. We offer: EX-
CELLENT STARTING WAGES, FLEXIBLE
SCHEDULING, HALF PRICE MEALS,
EDUCATION PARTICIPATION, GOOD IN-
SURANCE PACKAGE FOR ELIGIBLE EM-
PLOYEES. Only 'well motivated, professional
team players need apply. Apply in person daily 2-4
p.m. at 3776 S. State Street, Ann Arbor.
16100911
LEARN WHILE YOU EARN - Part time job
w/flexible hours for mature & strong woman to
help professional disabled woman. Near central
campus. START $4.50. CALL 662-2734. 37100911
LOOKING FOR Professional Rep to sell T-shirts
to Dorms. Hi Pay. Call 665-6031. c100422
MESSENGER FOR LAW FIRM - Approx. hours
9am-lpm. Errands. Kitchen clean-up, light

ROOMMATES

3 ENGINEERS Need 4th - 1 bik from CCRB.
$170/mo. Call 996-1611. 34170915
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433-5538. 83160909
GENESIS TICKETS - 10th Row Floor, Sept.
20th. Best Offer. Dave 769-6561. 98160912
HAWAII/MICHIGAN Football tickets wanted.
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805-528-4292. 81160924
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