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Parent Issue
Day
21
Month
July
Year
1972
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Creative Commons (Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-alike)
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ANM ARBOR CABLE TV COMMISSION WILL HOLD PUBLIC HEARINGS ON LICENSE PROCEDURES & RULES AUG. 22, 7:30 pm IN CITY COUNCIL CHAM " BERS ....BE THERE & EXERCISE COMMUNITY CONTROL OF THE TUBE! FLASH! The Ann Arbor Human Rjghts Party and the Michigan Committee for Prisoner's Rights will co-sponsor a rally to support the Michigan Prisoner's Labor Union efforts at Jackson and Marquette. This rally, the second of several across the state, will happen on the Diag of the University of Michigan on Saturday, July 22nd (the last day of the Ann Arbor Art Fair) from 4-6 p.m. Among the people who will speak are: -PUN PLAMONDON, Rainbow People's Party and Michigan Committee for Prisoner's Rights . -NANCY WECHSLER, HRP person in Ann Arbor , -LEE DELL WALKER, innocent man recently freed after 18 years in prison , and other labor unión speakers. Music and Theater will also happen. Petitiom of support will be circuJated to be fonwarded to the Governor askmg that he ontar the Michigan Department of Corractions to recognize and bargain with m ñritoner's Labor Union. YoHr attendance and attention wouM be greatiy appreciated. For further information contact: Diana (764-4440, 1-5 D.m.) HASH! Been wondering what happened to the Free ads? We haven't been receiving enough of your ads to fill the column each issue! REMEMBER: You can place any message FREE by writingyourad on a postcard and sending it to Ann Arbor Sui,Free Ads, 1520 Hill St., Ann Arbor, Michigan. FLASH! Ypsi-Ann Keep On Truckin' vyill do light moying and hauling- transportaron of band equipment- and community services. Verv reasonable rates- sliding Call483-6581 FLASH! Crunchy Munchies Natural Foods Bakery, the people who bring you good munchies at the park concerts and other Ann Arbor events, needs your support! More partners are needed to join in this collective effort, and they need the use of a large kitchen! Cali 761-2765 (Susannah) or 761-6634 (Nancy). FLASH! Singer -Songwriter into theatrics needs experience n progressive rock band. If interested n forming band write n care of this newspaper to Dean Waldron. FLASH A FREE overdose aid course is being offered by Drug Help. Once you have completed this 5 session course, you can help brothers and sisters who have OD'ed on bogus drugs, AND, you not only receive your very own OD aid patch once you 've completed the course, but you also get standard first aid certification. The sessions start on July 25 and are limitad to 30 people-so if you're interested, contact Jan at Drug Help soon! FLASH! Rock band is looking for lead vocal and keybojrds-very versatile. Cal Larry or Lesley at 663-1348. fusm The Radio Workshop of Tribal Council's People's Communication Committee, in conjunction with WNRZ-FM, is now bringing you the Sunday park concerts LIVE from Otis Spann Memorial Field! So, if you can't make it to the park on Sundays, tuneyour FM dial to 103, and rock on! This Sunday (July 23) you'll hear UP. Wet Naztezz, Wild Boys. COMMUNICATE TO LIBERATLJ! HASHÍ Drug Help needs new people, especially brothers, because it's necessary to keep a male-ferrale balance on phone shifts and on-call teams. People in a crisis situation usually can relate better to one sex or the other. New people's meetings will be held on July 26 and Aug. 2 at 8 a.m., at the Communitv Center.