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Working For You In '74

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Day
20
Month
December
Year
1974
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Bob Dvian Suppleinent "X aaEEKaszsESEESMsszzaÍo__-jji_- - aüISHET,. I hiíiui..,ni.ii -suNM-iaii.ikiwms s,.,,am..,,v ,' """" '"TlT" OÍDO JUMMj k KCpWDIlCanS JBHHr MshFunn l..i.ll.dsl.gllii.,irJ CilmLidlxnv J3ll tO tlK? VflIPI . P ts3 i r ,- rv--. P i i...,i-. ■ I _ - jiInlP ■ wBtÊÊÊÉÊÊ. I fc fsj.f.w-z.1 r..: jfc r ft I 'rTevenifli iw Uenttslry & rterual Medicine I ltM9MQaatniup gPB Jv _, JiolUIni vUl Ij OC V-l ni vi o i iv kj pv j p. ■ - o nt_ i ' a o _ g #a i Hi' flV Hl Iwtwi ISSUE NO. 2 - JAN. 25 ISSUE NO. 3 - FEB. 8 ISSUE NO. FEB. 22 ISSUE NO. 6 - MARCH 22 Seven months before ít happens, the Sun The Sun takes up the battie against a new Abe Lincoln tokes up to point out that The Sun urges people to vote the fools out predicts: Tricky Dick is on his way out. MacDonald's burger joint planned for the votéis can restore a $5 fine for marijuana in an issue which precedes defeat of Oyde U of M campus área. Republican control possession that Republicans had canceüed. Colburn, GOP's Number One Man in Ann rcsults in a defeat on this one, however. The voters WIN this time. Arbor. K'J0RT Jíl'v himíwxis The WAR RESEARCH LAB Which fcv - Ci mi Driy pPTMUI j 25C Helped Kill CHE Wants County Aid R (f9to CJ A - - - ■ ■ CJa$r J KKfl i TimLearitStaÉeWitness? sfL= ; jrlHHÍEÍÍí" ■e''-?'j,B ULSl JA. " , T 'B AS P WINAPOUNDoíCOLUMBlAN 3 maybe narcs. ■ imL. JtjiÜf ,-„ jjfcj_!jl M DO THE LOCAL MOTIOM HHH BHÜHHHHIBHI ISSUE NO. 18 - SEPT. 20 ISSUE NO. 19 - SEPT. 27 ISSUE NO. 23 - OCT. 25 ISSUE NO. 28 - DEC. 6 The Sun is one of the first to show the The Sun helps expose the planned move The biggest point of the fall elections, so The Sun kicks off a new campaign to exconnection between spray cans and damage of the ERIM war research lab to Ann Albor. says the Sun, is the Preferential Voting Propose federal agents and other narc-types to the ozone. (2 months later even A month later the County wil) hold up posal. One week later the voters agree, seallurking in our community. can congressmen are trying to outlaw the ERIM's money due to protests. ing the doom of the GOP in Ann Arbor. spray cans!). DoingltAgQinln75 y Ín FrOÍñiftQ OURRATES r ▼ ▼ . JgH m V I ICiV Jll 13 Some of our readers have expressed confusión at the subX jW V scription rates offered in the past (i.e., different rates for Á V'iT -É # X Subscribe to the Sun now and you tan get : home delivery and mail delivery). So, now that we're chang 4Ê wflmíM Mm X r 8 issue subscriptions:) 3 colectors items trom ingour publication schedule to bi-weekly (see page 2), we'd f Jm mF I 'he Ann Ar')or Blues and Jazz Festival including a like to take this opportunity to simplify things somewhat. I ■ ■ nuge 22" x 33" four-color 1973 poster -a beautiful Effective immediately, the Sun has one subscription rate X 0 Üi I Vh wa" nan8n8 onefr both home delivery (in Ann Arbor and Ypsi) and mail m Vlll 'B 1 (For 24and 48 issue subscriptions:) your choice delivery (outside Ann Arbor and Ypsi). An introductory sub ift %. M JU JImI of one of the following: 1) Herbie Hancock's scription (8 issues) now costs only $2.00. A 24 issue subscrip . BlÉFlpMrl%(Fl JffífK latest smash jazz lp THRUST 2) saxophonist tion goes for $5.50 and a 48 issue sub costs $10.00. These THp ïnn i thp nnlv npuwnanpr tn Pupr nffpr a frPP nnnnH 1 Marion Brown's newest album SWEET EARTH rates are based on our old mail delivery rates -there is no ex I he bun IS Wie Only newspaper TO ever oner a Tree pouna 1 1 fLYING, 3) a paperback copy of CUITAR tra charge for home delivery.) f Of marijuana tO itS readers. To winyours , JUSt f ill OUt an 1 . ARM Y. 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