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Friday, Morch 22, 196$

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Friday, March 22, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Detroit Schools Slate
Funds for Riot Area

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday,1 P.M. to 3 P.M.

DETROIT (MP)-The Board of
Education will use a $6 million
federal grant for five schools in an
* effort to change the course of ed-

junior high and a high school-are
on the East Side and the pupils
live in the same predominantly
Negro neighborhood.

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BUSINESS SERVICES
DON'T TSK IT.. .
TACS IT

FOR SALE
TWA FLGHT to Europe. May 12, N.Y
to London; Aug. 13. Paris to N Y
Cali 764-1726 B2
USED CARS

ucation in Detroit's riot area. School Supt. Norman Drachler
"Instead of diffusing the money said the money, to be used over
across the city," said Louis D. the next three years, is the largest
Monacel, assistant superintendent such grant ever made.
for program development, "the Monacel said elementary school
idea is to put a hell of a lot of classes will have 22 pupils or less
dollars on a kid and see if it and in some cases as few as three
makes a difference with him." in prereading and premath clases.
The' m o n e y was requested Plans call for clusters of four
shortly after the riot last July. All teachers for everu three class-
five schools--three elementary, a rooms.
The junior high school will be
assigned mathematics and read-
lect Stevens ing specialists, in addition to
counselors, a health coordinator
AsMA<Head and an extra administrator. A
A s M SU computer keyboard connected to
a central computer will be for the
EAST LANSING (Y) - Union use of junior high school math'
executive Don Stevens was elected students.

BLUE 1965 VW, good condition. Ca]
Typing-theses and term papers our i 763-1649. N1
specialty; IBM typewriters: execu-
tive type and justified copy avail. 1968 DATSUN 1600. Roadster cony. les
able. than yr. old, great car, great condi-
Transcription-Medical, technical, tion. 769-0107. N2
business, conferences. - __
Printing-Mimeograph, offset MUST SELL TODAY, Dodge 1960 4-dr
Photcopying Hit. Good tires, good price. One own-
Composition & Art Work er, 38,000 actual miles. 769-0055. 763
Stuffing, mailing & addressing 1651. N2
Resumes
Telephone answering 1963 BUICK SKYLARK convertible,
(Pick-up and Delivery) V-8 engine, automatic transmission
power steering, new tires, radio. snow
ANN ARBOR TASK, IN NC. tires. 1 owner, $995. Call George, 665
1900 West Stadium Blvd. 2886. N2
Ann Arbor Mirhian

USED CARS-
DODGE DART 1966, 4 door $1350. Call
. 761-0256, 9 A.M.-2 P.M. only. N23
1 - --- - -
FOR SALE
1967 Austin Healey. MK III, BRO,
jR&H, convert., low mileage, over-
11 drive. Priced low, must sell. 668-9478.
9 Ask for Wayne in 3. N12
PORSCHE 912, 1966 green. 5-speed
s radial ply tires AM-FM. ski rack,
- driving" lights1. 3,000 miles. $3100,
26 owner relocating. 965-3000 Don Lucas
Delta Air Lines. Detroit. N15
[r. {
WANTED TO BUY
28 - --
WANTED: Good used cook books and
paperbacks. Wooden Spoon Book-
' store, 200 N. Fourth, after March 1,
w open eves. and weekends. 769-4775.
5- K6
9 WANTED: 1 ticket to Europe on UAC
flight-6 wks., May 9-June 20. 769-
9 5952. X14
s. NEW FACULTY needs house for Aug.
4 '68. Prefers 3 bdrm., good condition.
- Location near University and schools
s, (eg. Burns Park). Will visit AA in
9 April. Principles only, please send
4 details. J. E. Taylor, 10644 Blythe,
r Los Angeles, Cal. 90064. K13

WANTED TO BUY
WANT TO BUY-U Charter ticket
flight No. 1, May-June round trip.
Call Kelcey, 761-3061 after 5. K12
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Sunday. Siamese cat in vicinity
S. Division and Packard. Reward of-
fered, Call 761-3101. A20
LOST: Black umbrella with gold han-
dle. Left in 1035 Angell Hal after
my 9 a.m. class. If found call 769-
3051. AF
LOST: Sunglasses Men's Prescription.
Brown case. Tuesday on campus. Re-
ward. 764-9703. A2
ZOOM LENS!
Be at your psychedelic best when you
shoot your next pictures. Don't be
caught with yourulens off when the
action's hot. Rokunar lens: 55-90mm
zoom, f4. Brand new. $75. Andy, 764-
0552, 761-8472. DC
TRANSPORTATION
FREE RIDE to San Diego. For 3 or 4
good drivers at term's end. Call
665-2424, 9 to 9 only. G33
UNION FLIGHT NO. 3 May-August.
$230. 662-0309. 032

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*Who wants to
cart -al that stuff
home?
CALL GREENE'S for a Handi-Hamper. Fill it at
your leisure-leave it for summer storage and
get your garments all fresh and clean when you
get back next fall,
USE THAT EXTRA ROOM to give people rides,
split the cost of Cas and pay for your storage
box that way. Storage isn't expensive, just regu-
lar cost of cleaning and $4.95 for storage and
insurance.

AC 313761-4146
eves 665-3531,.761-1187. 662-8495
Marilyn L. Keith, Director
cond. $450 761-9027.

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chairman of the Michigan State
University Board of Trustees yes-
terday as the five Democrats on
the board finally agreed to vote
together as a bloc.
The -board has been operating
without a chairman since Janu-
ary, 1967.
At that time, the three Repub-
licans on the board nominated
Democrat Connor Smith of Pin-
conning to oppose Stevens. A 4-4
deadlock resulted.
Smith threw his vote with'
Stevens yesterday along with
Democrats Frank Hartman of
Flint, Clair White of Bay City and
C. Allen Harlan of Southfield.
Minority .Republicans opposing
Stevens were Stephen Nisbet' of
Fremont, Kenneth Thompson of
Birmingham and Frank Merriman
of Deckerville.

An expanded high school science
program calls for the study of
chemistry, physics and biology in
relation to pollution in the Detroit
River, just a few blocks away.
The grant includes funds for
planningra youth industries em-
ployment program, in which high
school dropouts would be trained
for elementary commercial ven-
tures. The dropouts would be
trained to form companies in
which they would be both stock-
holders and employes.
. Each of the five /schools will
have as part of its administra-
tion a citizens advisory committee,
Monacel said, consisting of local
residents who would work with a
policy board. The board would
consist of 25 professionals from
neighborhood agencies receiving
federal funds plus 25 citizens.

TYPING-Term papers and theses. Fast
and accurate. Call 769-0555. J19
Creative Photography
Weddings, candid and formal por-
traits. Professional quality at student
rates. Call 764-2288 days, 769-0868
evenings, weekends. Ji
FOR SALE
PIANO, beautiful mahogany. Spinet.
Like new. $350 or best offer. Call
761-2623 after 6 p.m. B34
SWEDISH guitar purchased in Stock-
holm, original cost 200. Will sell for
$75 or highest offer. Call 769-5655
after 11 P.M. B33
HOFNER 12-string with case, 6 months
old, excellent condition. Call Alan,
761-9025. B29

VOLKSWAGEN. 1964 sedan, good tires
radio, roof rack. Dial Dexter 426-347
after 6 weekdays, anytime weekend:
N2
VW WITH NEW ENGINE, 9,000 miles
new radio, new tires, sun roof, $5
body, excellent cond., $475. 769-445
between 6-7 or 11-12 p.m. Ask fo
Leon. N2
1964 TRIUMPH Herald Conv., Br. Rac
ing Green, good cond., recent majo
tune-up. $450 or best offer over $45(
764-9055. N2
1966 MG MIDGET. Roadster convert
ible. Red with wire axels. Has ha
recent motor tune-up. Call 761-868(
NI
1967 SUNBEAM Alpine convertible, loi
mileage, call 662-9513, evenings an
weekends. N2

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Sandals-Boots --Leather Goods
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522 East William
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1966 TEMPSET Lemans CONVERT. -
Black and black, 4-speed stick, con-
sole, power steering, wire wheels,
23.000 miles. LIKE NEW. $1800 or
best offer. CALL 769-2735 or see at
1114 S. Forest. Nil

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CONSIDERING THE SEASON:
All young men should turn to water pipes from Pakistan. In classic,
tooled designs or in contemporary shape and style, a water pipe is
sure to add aesthetic appreciotion to your views over the Huron River.
In getting to the Huron River, be sure to wear your water buffalo
sandals. We have a new supply.
Beautiful hand-carved boxes with ornate tops have just arrived.

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SYMPOSIUM '68

NEW MOODS OF DISSENT
UNION-LEAGUE
presents
LOUIS LOMAX
TV Moderator and Author of THE NEGRO RE-
VOLT and THAILAND: THE WAR THAT IS,
THE WAR THAT WILL BE
Speaking on RACE RELATIONS
Sunday, March 24 2:00 p.m. Rackham

402 MAYNARD-662-4540 r
Open from 9:45 till 5:30 Monday through Friday (usually)
SOCIOLOGY COLLOQUIUM
AMATAI ETZIONI
Department of Sociology at Columbia
THE ACTIVE SOCIETY: Theory of
Societal and Political Processes
Friday, March 22 3:30 P.M.
AUD. D-ANGELL HALL

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VIETNAM

STUDY

COURSE 1968

Store it with Greene's!
Have it delivered when

FUN FILLED

A Series of Lectures and Discussions

ENTERTAINMENT

Sponsored by Ann Arbor-Washtenaw Council of Churches and InterfaithCou"ncil for Peace

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you return next fall

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Social Hall

First Presbyterian Church

Tuesday Evenings, 8:00-9:30

March 26:

April 2:

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WITH THE EXCITING KODAK
CAROUSEL 810
a deluxe model with
AUTOMATIC ADVANCE

April 9:

"Historical, Cultural, and Sociological Backgrounds of Southeast Asia'
Speaker: Gayl Ness, Director, Center for Southeast Asia Studies, University of Michigan
Chairman: Rev. Ernest Campbell, First Presbyterian Church
"The History of U. S. Involvement in Southeast Asia"
Speaker: David Steinberg, Assistant Professor of History, University of Michigan
Chairman: Rev. Theodore Zerwin, St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church
"The Future of U. S. Involvement in Southeast Asia"
Speaker: Walter Goldstein, former Professor of International Relations, Columbia University
Chairman: Rev. Gordon M. Jones, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
"Assumptions Underlying U. S. Foreign Policy in Vietnam"
Speaker: John Raser, Visiting Associate Political Scientist, University of Michigan
Chairman: Rabbi Harold White, Congregation Beth Israel
"The Ideology of Anti-Communism"
Speaker: Alfred Meyer, Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan
Chairman: Rev. Terry Smith, First Congregational Church

wear until fall --Clothes you would ordinarily
pack up, take home, have cleaned, pack up
again and bring back in the fall.

NOW, ALL YOU NEED TO

DO is turn the

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JUST CALL GREENE'S for one of those fabulous
Handi-Hampers. Pack all the clothes you won't

April 16:

Hmper over to Greene's. They clean the lot at
regular cleaning prices and store it in a refrig-
erated moth-proof vault. When you return in the
fall, call Greene's again, your clothes will be
taken out of ,the vault, returned to you freshly
pressed on hangers and packed in neat poly-
ethylene bags, ready for your clothes closet.
Call Normandy 23-23-1 or Stop at
any Greene's Plant for Information

Enjoy your slides again and again with this fantastic carousel
projector. A big bright 500 watt lamp, with hi-lo switch, makes
your slides come to life in, full rich vivid color. Uses circular tray
or stack loader. Just turn it on and sit back in your favorite easy
chair. The carousel has full remote control forward, reverse and
focus. No need to press a button to change each slide. 'This de-
luxe model advances slides automatically at 5, 8, or 15 second
intervals.

April 23:

All this for just .. .

NEIGHBORHOOD DISCUSSION MEETINGS will be held throughout Ann Arbor during the week following each
lecture. Plan to attend one-and bring your friends. Persons interested in organizing discussion meetings please
call Mrs. Lloyd Williams, 668-6887 (evenings).
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Registration $1.00

Send fee and name to:

Interfaith Council for Peace
2235 Parkwood, Ann Arbor 48104

MAIN PLANT
516 E. Liberty St.
NO 23-23-1

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1213 S. University
NO 3-3016

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