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,March 10, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764-5L
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Deadline 12:30 p.m.

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ICONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

1 day
1.00
1.10
1.35
1 55
4.80
.00
2.20
2.40
2.60
S
2.60
4.90
6.95
90
.1 .70

2 days
1.60
2.15
2.60
3.00
3.40
3.75
4:15
4.55
4.95
4.95
9.50
13.50
17,35
21.10

3 days
2.35
3.10
3.75
4.35
4.95
5.50
6.10
6.65.
7.15
7.15
13.80
19.75
25.55
31.40

4 days
3.00
4.05
4.05
4.65
6.35
7.20
7.90
8.70
9.30
9.30
1 7.85
25.50-
33.45
41.40

5 days
3.65
4.85
5.90
6.90
7.85
8.85
9.75
10.65
11.35
11.35
21.75
31.15
40.95
51.15

6 days
4.20
5.65
6.90
8.05
9.25
10.40
11.45
1260
13.60
13.30
25.40
36.65
48.30
60.50

add.
.60
.80
.95
1.15
1.30
1.45
1.55
1.70
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.110

litiqnal costs per day after six days.
that are 11/,, 21/z, 311, etc. inch size will be billed at the
veroge of the lower and higher inch rate.

FOR RENT
R RENT at 915 Oakland.
eOr7 p.m., 769-2353. 48Ctc
rERM: need female roommate
Lan in house. Near campus.
I. Plenty of privacy. Toni,
:47C53
NTAL! One 1 bdrm and two
f.W1 apts. near Law and busi-
~ hools. August occupancy.
:all Professional Management
es, 769-4227. 49054
- Own, room near campus,
Snow. 665-7020, 46052
3 or 4-Man Apts.
Near IM Building
mmer & Fall
761-9592 or 769-4228
33070
SUBLET SERVICE
or you. We have tenants now.
Living Quarters, 1217 S. Uni-
662-6591. 46Ctc
141 ARCH
,droom apts. air-condition-
onies, dishwashers, parking.
or 761-8055. 12ctc
DEW I DS. APT.
an apts., bi-levels, balcon-
ra air-cond., covered park-
bage disposal, laundry fa-
bus service to campus. Make
rvations now. 761-8055, 761-
13Ctc
DMAS PLAZA
3 & 4 man apts. with built-
Les, balcony, air condition-
Wtindry. Close to campus.
-4759 or 761-8055. 14Ctc
RVE YOUR APARTMENT
OW FOR NEXT FALL!
ARTER REALTY
e Campus Apartments
V RSITY & WASHTENAW
665-8825
32Ctc
UMMIT
OC I ATES
ANNOUNCES
LL RENTALS
1, 2, and 3 bedroom apart-
Jal
761-8055
op by our rental office at
X37 Packard
60Ctc
MIT HOUSE
room apts. Featuring air-
ing, balconies, parking,
places. Call now,-761-5471
I1Ctc
I-LEVELS
drooms for 2-4 people. In-
r conditioning, parking,
and dishwasher. Call after
3809 or 761-8055. 15ctc
L RENTALS
ARBOR TRUST CO.
APARTMENTS AVAILABLE
Leasing Office
open 1-5 p.m. daily
. 815 S. State
Apartment 1
Phone 769-2025
N ARBOR TRUST CO.
S. Main 769-2800
21Ctc
S apartments and rooms.
'Eving Quarters, 1217 S. Uni-
662-6591. 47Ctc
RGAIN CORNER
m S tore

FOR RENT
RM. FOR '2 PEOPLE in mod. 5-man.
Right on campus. 663-9462. 430TO
DAH LMAN N APTS.
IS NOW
ACCEPTING
RESERVATIONS
FQR NEXT FALL.
545 CHURCH ST.
761-7600
15Ctc
CAMPUS-1 BLK.
Summer and Fall
418 East Washington
Modern 1 Bdrms. for 2 or 3
668-6906
28Ctc
Now Renting for Fall
ALBERT
TERRACE
1700 Geddes
Large beautifully furnished 2 bdrtm.
bilevel apts.

Inquire
5:30 or
1717.

lobby office Mon.-Fri. 1:30-j
phone resident mgr., 761-

Charter Realty
665-8825
300tc
1 and 2 Bedroom Apts.
Carefree Living
SANS SOUCI APTS.
Near Stadium and University
bus service
Furnished - Air Conditioned
Plenty of parking-Laundry room
Summer Sublets and Fall Openings
Phone 662-2952
31Ctc
Try the old Stuff
1 bedroom apartments in
not so new houses
761-8055
or stop by our rental office at
737 Packard
59Ctc
Harriton House
Apartments
721 E. Kingsley
SUMMER & FALL RENTALS
1 & 2 Bedrooms
hospital and campus locations
sound conditioning
recreation room
balcony
air-conditioning
off-street parking
large desk and shelves
carpeting and vinyl floor
2-Man-$175
4-Man-$248
many other goodies
HURON VALLEY REAL ESTATE
663-9373; evenings 665-0063
24067
SUMMER SUBLET
STAND UP
and be counted as the lucky party
to sublet one of the real luxury apts.
on campus. Every convenience pos-
sible plus 2 reserved parking spaces.
For further information on this once
in a lifetime bargain, call 769-6876 or
stop in at 829 Tappan, No. 104. UA
MARTHA COOK BUILDING WILL BE
OPEN for the first 8 weeks of the
spring-summer session. (May 4-June
26), Any University women may ap-
ply. Please telephone 769-3290 for in-
formation. 21U54
SUMMER SUBLET. Your own bedroom.
Mod. apt., dishwasher, A.C., lottsa
parking, 76$-6243. 11U52
UNFURN. 3 BDRM APT, with living
room, 'dining room and attic avail-
able for summer. Call 761-4098 eve.
between 8 and 10. Tentative cost:
$175/mo., slightly higher for corn-
mune. 22U54
2-MAN, mod., air-cond., on campus.
Bunk beds. Option for fall lse. Fall,
$115; Sum. (May 1-Aug. 25), $125.
769-2224. 315 S. Division, Apt. 8.
23U54
2 BDRM. I URN. HOUSE near campus.
May and June. $165. 662-8594. 24U49
SUMMER SUBLET,'fall option. One
block from West Quad, 2-3 man (ideal
for couple), parking and laundry'
facilities, LARGE rooms indsmall apt.
bldg. Call 761-8243. UF
LARGE, deluixe 2 bdrm., air cond., quiet
unit, close to campus, parking, Forest
Glen Apt., 927 S. Forest Ave. After
5 p.m., 662-6156. - 19Utc
SUMMER SUBLET-Mod., air cond.,
2-man apt. avail, for summer half.
Close to campus. Call 769-5317. 20U51
SUBLET, 3 mo., can renew lease-l-
bedroom, duplex, furnished. Call eve-
nings, 761-7471. 18Utc
MOD. APT.-Air cond., large closets,
parking, good landlord, 'best price,
761-4691. UD

SUMMER SUBLET
OR 5 MAN. 1 huge bedroom-can
hold 4. Second room as bedroom or
furnished den. Living room, sepa-
rate kitchen, balcony, air conditioner,
disposal, and dishwasher. Call 769-
0062. UB
SUMMER SUBLET. Two-man two bed-
room. Mod. apt., dishwasher, A.C. Lots
of parking. 769-6243. 9U52
TICKETS
FOR SALE-Return ticket from London
to Detroit. June 22 flight. CHEAP.
Call Candy at 761-7060 persistantly
after 6 p.m. Qtc
MISCELLANEOUS
FLUTE LESSON4S. Call 665-7907. 14M40
VIOLIN LESSONS: former concertmas-
ter, UM Orchestra. 761-3749. 18M56
ROOMMATES WANTED
1 GUY NEEDED to sublet in 4-man
apt. till end of term. $57.50/mo. Also
need sublettors for Spring-Summer-
Located near I-M Building. 761-7149.
24Y57
.......... .- -._ -
MATURE COED, undergrad or grad to
cook and live-in rent free with Ph.D.
candidate. Call Tony: 769-7651 after
six. 25Y56
TWO GIRLS wanted for apartment
mates next fall. Call Pam, 764-9815 or
Sue, 764-9810. 23Y5
1 GIRL NEEDED to sublet 3-man apt.
$70/mo. Call 761-7837. 22Y57
5TH MAN needed, single rm., near cam-
pus. 761-8123. 19Y54
NEED DESPERATELY:.
4th girl for 1st floor apt. In house.
Now til end of term. Call 769-1124.
YF
GIRL WANTED. Own bedroom in 3
man apt. $85/month FOR FOUR
MNTHS IN WINTER 71 term.. 769-
4716, 663-1785, or 761-1637. Anytime.
YA
4TH MAN wanted to fill vacancy dur-
ing March and April. Campus loca-
tion. $67.50/mo. Phone 769-1081, Rob-
ert or Pete. 15Y49
NEED 2 male roommates through sum-
mer. Campus location. $70 mo. Call
Marty, 769-3190 afternoons. 14Y40
OWN ROOM in on-campus apartment.
For graduate female. 665-7020. 12Y40
WANTED TO RENT
NEED TWO BEDROOM APT. for Fall,
cheap. Call Ralph, 769-4046. LD
GRAD. FEMALE NEEDS ROOM/room-
mates for Fall. Prefer older apart-
ment with parking, reasonable rent.
Call Gloria, 769-4786. LB
SENIOR LOOKING FOR single room
for next fall. 761-8588. 22L53
IMPUDENT EFFETE SNOB is interest-
ed in someone (M or F) who has a
house, has his head together, and
wants a male roommate for fall. Carl,
763-3802, late. LC
4 RESPONSIBLE law students seek
house near central campus for next
yr. Call 764-8970.,. 20L60
HELP YOUR Neighbor. If you are liv-
ing in a nice old house or half of a
house that you won't be living in
next year. and that house is near
campus, please let us know at 769-
7263. L
ANYONE WHO knows about old houses
or halves of old houses near campus
for fall call. 769-7263. LF
WE WILL FIND your apartment for
you. Student Living Quarters, 1217
S. University, 662-6591. 7Ltc
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Navy blue, pin-striped suit
slacks. Lost somewhere between cam-
pus and downtown. REWARD if re-
turned in satisfactory condition. 764-
7759 persistently, AF
NINOOK IS LOST! He is a puppy, half
collie, half husky. He is white with
brown and black spots. Please call
Jim at 769-293 AF
LOST-One cordovan safari bag. Con-
tents wanted. Money you can keep.
Reward. Return to Box 331, Alice
Lloyd or call 764-5907. AC
FOUND-Ladies gold wrist watch, Fri.,
Feb. 27-A.M. Angell Hal. Call Ken,
669-1818. AB
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'67 SUZUKI X-6 HUSTLER 250cc, 9,200
miles, $300. Call Marie at 761-7060 (6:30
p.m. is a good time). ZF
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
300 Packard at Platt
971-4500
16Ztc

DOWNTOWN HONDA
New and used cycles. Parts, ac-
cessories, service, storage.
310 E. Washington. 665-8637
HELP WANTED
BETH ISRAEL Congregation (Conser-
vative) has openings for Hebrew and
Sunday School teachers for next year
Jewish knowledge required, teaching
experience preferred. Call 665-9897
weekdays. 41H54
MALE or FEMALE 18 yrs. or over; part-
time security work. Contact Arlan's
Department Store, 2465 W. Stadium
Blvd. in Westgate Shop. Cen.
42H51
BOARD ADMINISTRATOR
Board of Supervisors in Macomb Coun-
ty, Michigan (pop. 600,000) is seeking
a Board Administrator to assist in
preparing and administerng public
policies and programs. Bachelor's de-
gree required, preferably in Public or
Business Administration. Some expe-
rience in a management position with
industry and/or as a chief adminis-
trative officer of a County or a City
is desirable. Salary range: $17,500 to
$20,000. Send resume to Herbert P.
McHenry, Board of Supervisors, Coun-
ty Building, Mount Clemens, Mich.,
48043. 40H53

HELP WANTED
MICHIGAN RANCH RESORT: Exclus-
ively for adults 19 to 39. May 11th
through Sept. 1st. Good living and
working conditions. Excellent meals,
staff served same meals furnished
guests. Staff allowed to participate
In Sports and Entertainment. This is
a great opportunity for interesting
and rewarding summer employmen.
Send application information, your
available dates and snapshot picture.
Write to Double-J Ranch Resort,
Rothbury, Michigan, 49452. Compen-
sation $65 to $90 per week. Need the
following:
Men - Combination waiters (bus
boys, kitchen help)
Men - Snack Bar Attendant
Men - Kitchen helpers
Men - Combination Sports and
Entertainment Staff (Organist,
Trombone, Sax, or Guitar play-
er)
Man - Dishwashing Machine
Operator
Women - Waitresses
Women - Office hlp-must type
well.
Man - Yard man 43H56
PART-TIME SECRETARY
Expanding development company
with campus area office needs addi-
tional secretarial assistants. Appli-
cants must have typing skills and
flexible hrs. Car desirable. Call Miss
Bird, 663-1330 forapt. 32H81
SECRETARY
To Corporate Executive. Type 60,
Shorthand 100. New office, minutes
from Ann Arbor. Liberal fringe
benefits. Send resume and salary
desired, to Box 11, care of the
Daily. 2Htc
WANTED-COEDS to sell a completely
new product. Very good profit. If
interested, write to P.O. Box 4627,
Toledo, Ohio. 35H14
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING OF DISSERTATIONS, manu-
scripts, papers, etc. expertly done at
home1on IBM Selectric typewriter.
761-3139. 3J50
PROFESSIONAL SECRETARY desires
typing. 50c per page. 971-7864 after 6.
29J54
TASK
Does It All!
Typing, Printing, Transcribing
Conferences and Mailings
Call The Professionals
761-4146 or 47
30J50
EXPERIENCED TYPIST will type dis-
sertations and term papers in her
home on Smith Corona-electric. Call
Judy at 971-4066. 28J57
TYPING-fast, friendly service, low
rates. 761-8488: 27J50
BRING SEWING also hem and altera-
tions. Free pick up. Ph. 429-2187.
25Jtc
NOW ON CAMPUS
Campus MultiService
TYPING
PRINTING
THESIS SERVICE
214 Nickels Arcade 662-4222
7Jtu
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
work in her home. Thesis, technical
typing, stuffing, etc. IBM selectric
Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 12Jtn
UNIVERSITY TAX SERVICE
Fees: $5 - $20.
Call 662--8747 and 665-6050 or stop
in at World Wide Charter. (211 South
State). 2Jtc
TYPING DONE on electric typewriter.
Very reasonable. Call 484-0137, Yspi.
18J38
TYPING-Thesis,,.term papers, etc. Call
Polly, 769-3536. 11J23
FOR SALE
210 cm Fischer Presidne skiis, must
sell, used 7 times. 769-4549. 26B49
9x12 ft. braided rug. 3/4 roll-away bed.
2 hand-crocheted afghans. 662-7778.
27B53
FOR SALE-Cheap matresses and box
springs, commercial grade in good
condition. Also, desk lamps and desk
chairs. For information, call 769-3010.
Sold, Mon.-Fri., 8-11 a.m., 300 S.
Thayer. 49Btc

FOR SALE
QUEEN-SIZED mattress, used 4 months.
$20. 662-2038. 25B49
BARBELLS, 700 lb. Will sell separate
sets. 761-3331 after 4:30. 4B38
PHOTO SUPPLIES
8mm BOLEX MOVIE CAMERA. Does
everything. Call after 6 p.m., 662
1321. DB
MINOLTA twin lens reflex. $115 new.
Want $70. Ellen, 769-4786. 12D46
USED CARS
1963 BONNEVILLE CONV.-lot of new
parts, full power. $550. Call 665-2620,
769-3404. 17N54
FINANCE YOUR CAR, U of M Students
Credit Union, Main Floor-Michigan
Union. Credit available now to all
U of M students. 18N82
1968 FIAT-124 Spider, red, radio, hard-
top, 5-speed, 662-8500, 9-6 p.m.
19N54
MALE PROFESSIONAL grad student,
over 30 looking for swinging chick to
share room at Columbus, Ohio, for
NCAA Mid-east Regionals, March 12,
13, 14. It's party time. Call Matt at
971-6462. 20N50
'64 MORGAN plus 4
Ex. condition. 761-5718. 21N53
1965 MUSTANG Convertible, excellent
condition, extra tires, $725. 769-0363.
15N50
1967 VW BUG-Reige, good condition.
Asking $1095. Call 434-0393 after 6:00
on weekdays. 13N50
CLASSIC FORD 500 of 1963 vintage.
Only 34,000 miles. Excellent engine
and transmission. Yours for $263. Call
761-9206 between 11 P.M. and 1 A.M.
weekdays. FD
NEW CARS
U of M students 1V82
Credit Union, Main Floor-Michigan
Union. Credit available now to all
U of M students. 18N82
PETS AND SUPPLIES
SAMOYED PUPPIES AKC pet and show
type: Good with children, also Stud
service (517) 339-8587. 27T50
NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS, regis-
tered breed. Call 483-5973. TX
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
GIBSON GUITAR: Nylon strings. Fine
instrument. Also Zenith portable
stereo. 60 watts. Both in excellent
condition. Both cheap. Call 663-5006
eves. 18X51
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs and
instructions-209 S. State, 665-8001.
X
SCHOBURT SPINET ORGAN, good
condition, $250. 761-4038. 19X52
FOR SALE-Gibson, solid body electric
guitar. 2 pick ups. Hand treble. Must
sell. Rick, 665-7966. XB
FISHER FM receiver. Excell. cond. Best
offer. 665-7907. 5X40
GIBSON B 25 12 string. $150. Call 761-
5547 40X28
FARFISA ORGAN-combo compact-
best offer. Call 769-3942. 15Xtc
ZENITH MODEL 50 STEREO. Portable.
$35. 764-7501. 14X45
TRANSPORTATION
DRIVE SEDAN to Santa Barbara after
spring half-term. Gas and oil pro-
vided. Robert Kelley, 665-6954. 2149
RIDERS WANTED to Arizona-Ides of
March..761-8123. 20G54
WANTED TO BUY
WANT TO BUY cheap mattress at end
of semester. Call 764-7616. KJ
PERSONAL
NEED SOME TLC? Join The Michigan
Daily now and avoid the fall rush.
For individual attention, call Judy.
764-0552, afternoons. FF
MARTHA COOK BUILDING WILL BE
OPEN for the first 8 weeks of the
Spring-Summer session. (May 4-June
26). Any University women may ap-
ply. Please telephone 769-3290 for in-
formation. 5F52

PERSONAL
WOMEN'S
LIBERATION
OPEN HOUSE
St. Andrews Church Lounge
Division St. at Catherine
All Women Welcome
10F48
DIAL-A-FRIEND for daily inspiration.
971-1301. 34F71
PORTRAITS
IMMORTALITY AFTER ONE SITTING
pencil, charcoal, pastel, oil, etc. I
guarantee a likeness or your face
back. Steven Cole, 761-1237. 7F49
OVERLAND EXPEDITION TO INDIA-
Leaves London late June. $545. De-
tails: Encounter Overland, 23 Manor
House Drive, London NW6. 4FM
MAKE LOVE, NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
AUSTIN DIAMOND
1209 S. University
663-7151
F
PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER to
most major organizations in Ann Ar-
bor is also available for individual
free-lance photography of any kind.
Call RICHARD LEE, 761-9452, 764-
0552. FF
JOIN THE STRUGGLE against the
draft. Next week, March 16-20, Na-
tional Anti-Draft Week. 17F53
SMC MEETING changed to Tues., night
(tonight) 9:00, rm. 3532 SAB. 17F49
GODOT VI ENT!
OPEN MEETING to plan action against
draft. Tues. night, 7:30, 2nd floor,
SAB. 15F49
"NONE ARE more hopelessly enslaved
than those who falsely believe they
are free."-Goethe. Confront the War
Machine, March 16-20, National Anti-
Draft Week. 14F51
SWWR IINT GEIP NOGB COOX U4P8
L2EA SA. 13F58
WANTED: Malie subjects for a decision-
making experiment. 2 hrs. of work,
$3.00. Call 764-0329 days, or 761-7845
eves. Ask for Mr.'O'Connor. 12F52
IF GOD HAD intended young men alid
women to run around naked, they'd
have been born that way. Hezekiah
1 7. 11F49
CAROL B.-Deepest sympathy from all
your friends for your sick eye. That's
what you get for studying! FA
DEAR MIKE:
Thank you for warming our igloo
Sunday night.
Alice and Judy
FC
PELICANS ARE singing their "swan
song". Pesticides and water pollut-
ants are freaking out their egg shells.
For less "fishy" solutions than EnAct
will give, write P.O. Box 41, Ann
Arbor, 48107. 19F49
MEXICO, ECUADOR, GUATEMALA,
COLOMBIA-Need More? Over 20 ex-
cellent Summer Courses. Around $75.
weekly.-Spanish I.R., Anthropology,
Art. MIBAR Ltd., 135 W. Wells-611.
Milwaukee, Wis. 21F49

In the Michigan Union 23F67

MEDARDUS: Forget the thread, Inces
is best. Aurelie. 20F49
GRADUATE WOMEN: If hetero-sexual
contact makes you nervous, call He-
terosexual Interaction Program (re-
search program) at 763-3125 between
9 and. 5 for information. 22F51
QUI EST GODOT? Attendez-le 'a True-
blood le 17 ou le 18 mars 'a 20 h.
23F53
GODOTVI ENT!
_I _ - -,,.- - - -
STUDENT DESIRES PAINTING, all
types. Four years experience. Call
662-4736 FD
AVOID THE FALL RUSH-JOIN NOW.
The Nlichigan Daily is now conduct-
ing a limited training program for
reporters. Call Judy, 764-0552, after-
noons. FF
DATE
Write for free questionnaire. Match-
A-Date of Michigan. 328 S. Main,
Suite No. 2, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48104.
10F29
GUARANTEED TO R A IS E YOUR
GRAD)E POINT average and your self
confidence with a minimum of effort.
Doubtful? Send today to: Better
Speech, Dept. B-4, 4926 N. Monticello,
Chicago, Illinois. 38Ftc
STUDENTS LOANS
$300,000 available
U of M Students Credit Union

PERSONAL

PERSONAL
TIRED OF LOOKING for a place to
live? Student Living Quarters can
probably help you . . . stop in for
a cup of coftee and we'll tell you
what's availatle, for what rent ana
what our deal s-,1217 S. Univ. 2Ftc
DO YOU WANT TO BUY TICKETS. OI}
HAVE TICKETS YOU WANT TO SELt
OR TRADE? READ AND USE THE
NEW DAILY CATEGORY, TICKETS
FOR QUICK RESULTS. . F
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 Rh positive, $10 & $12 Rh tiegl
ative. Mon., Tues.,rThurs., Fri. 9-4.
Wed. 1-7 18-21 years old need par-
ent's permission
Michigan Community Blood Center
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
483-1894
Fte
STOP!
Being hassled! Let us battle the ele-
ments for you . . . weather or what-
ever . . . We'll find you a place to
live. Student Living Quarters, 1217 S.
University. 662-6591. 4Ftc
EUROPE $165
Mfy 2-June 22
Paris-$175
(Hurry-space becoming limited)
Sign up for tentative June-August flight
WORLD WIDE CHARTER
211 S. State (near Paraphernalia)
Dial "on-a-trip"-662-8747

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Distinguished Speaker Series
SUNDAY, MARCH 15-8:00 P.M.
Dr. Amos Perimeller
Prof. of History, Harvard Univ. Center for Inter-
national Studies. Author of Nation Building in
Israel-Roles of the Military and Civilian
will speak on
"Military and Civilian Sectors-
Policy Making in Israel"
TUESDAY, MARCH 17th
Richard Rubenslein
"Death of God" Theologian
Charles E. Merrill Lecturer in the Humanities at
the Univ. of Pittsburgh. Author of After Aus-
wiez will discuss
"Israel: Radical Implications of
the End of Jew as Victim"

signed to be a convenience. And
they are up to a point. They're
convenient enough to wear,
once you get used to them, but,
until recently, you had to use
two or more different lens solu-
tions to properly prepare and
maintain contacts. You
needed two or three differ-
ent bottles, lens cases, and
you went throughrhore than
enough daily rituals to make
even the most steadfast indi-
viduals consider dropping out.
But now caring for your con-
tacts can be as convenient as
wearing them. Now there's Len-
sine, from the makers of Murine.
Lensine is the one lens solution
designed for complete contact
lens care . . . preparing, cleans-
ing, and soaking.

y

Just
(/ two of Len-
sine before
. ~y ou i n ser t
your lens pre-
pares it for
your eye. Lensine makes your
contacts, which are made of
modern plastics, compatible
with your eye. How? Len-
sine is an "isotonic" so-
lution. That means it's
made to blend with the
eye's natural fluids. So
a simple drop or two
coats the lens, forming a
sort of comfort-zone around
it.
Cleaning your con-
tacts with Lensine fights
bacteria and foreign de-
posits that build up dur-
ing the course of the day.
And for overnight soak-
ing, Lensine provides a
handy contact canister on

the bottom of every bottle. Soak-
ing your contacts in Lensine be-
tween wearing periods assures
you of proper lens hygiene.
Improper storage between
wearings permits the growth oa
bacteria on your lenses. This is z
sure cause of eye irritation and,
in some cases, it can endanger
your vision. Bacteria cannot grow
in Lensine. Lensine is sterile, self-
sanitizing, and antiseptic.
Let your contacts be the con-
venience they were designed to
be. The name of the game is
Lensine. Lensine, made by
the Murine Company, Inc.

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