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SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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For

Direet Classified Service, Phone

764-0557

II Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.

FOR RENT
The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mich-
Igan Regents' bylaws prohibit dis-
crimination in the University com-
munity. Questions should be direct-
ed to Off-Campus Housing, 764-7400.
815 PACKARD
Single room with kitchen for male grad.
Available June 26. 665-0146, C42
FUN LOVING 3rd girl wanted to room
rest of summer with two girls in
Park Plaza. 665-2190. 043
HAVE ROOM-WILL SHARE with an-
other female teacher. $5/mo. Should
probably have car. Please call 665-
5642. C21

FOR RENT
RENTING FOR
FALL
A few apts. cancelled
after finals
3 Three-Man
3 Four-Man
3 Five-Man
1 Six-Man
These are all fine units previously
rented for the fall semester. $60-$85
per person.
CHARTER REALTY
1335 S. University at Washtenaw
665-8825
C21

FOR RENT

CAMPUS
REDUCED RENT
SHORT TERM LEASES
-New, just completed building
-Located in the heart of the campus
-Completely furnished and equipped
with Frigidaire apliances and air_
conditioners.
-Immediate occupancy in apart-
ments designed for one to three
persons
761-7600 days
665-0234 evenings

WANTED TO RENT
RADCLIFFE graduate who will be in
the dept. of cell, zoology next year
wants to share an apartment with
other graduate students. Write Nancy
Greep, 56 Upland Rd., Brookline,
Mass. L16

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA 150-Bored to 160 cc, $150,
work just done on crankshaft and
engine. 663-6460. Z11

UNFURNISHED STUDIO-A & D stu-
dent needs single for III-B and fall.
Small bath, kitchenette, old, small-
O.K.; cheap. Write: Bill Thauer, 2061
Osceola, Grand Rapids, Mich. 49506.
L
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING & IBM/electric tv/carbon rib-
bon for clear, sharp papers. 761-2428.
J12

FALL RENTAL
401 E. Madison
LARGE 3 man, 4 room apt.
Call 1-864-3852.

COLLINS TAILORING
AND ALTERATIONS SHOP
225 E. Liberty St. 665-8195

HONDA Sport 50. $75.
Call 761-8679. Z12
RED HONDA 90, 160 miles, $290. Exc.
p cond. 665-2190. Z13
DOWNTOWN HONDA
CAMPUS LOCATION
"WE Service
What We Sell"
(AND OTHERS TOO)
YOU CAN PURCHASE a cycle any-
where, but the combination of
cycle sales, at competitive prices
a n d CONVENIENTLY located
service is hard to beat.
WE FEATURE OUR SERVICE DE-
PARTMENT. This department is
headed by a man with 13 years
experience as an engine research
mechanic.
OUR PARTS DEPARTMENT is one
of the largest in the area.
TO OBTAIN ONE DAY SERVICE
phone in advance for an appoint-
ment.
P.S. We carry the full line of
HONDA exclusively, to serve you
better.
DOWNTOWN HONDA

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS MORE
Courtesy
Integrity
Intelligence
Variety
National motorcycle prices
Standard parts prices
Flat rate labor cost
Professional competance
Professionally trained mechanics
Years of experience
Prompt one day service
Guaranteed work
After-sale service
Honda warranty good at any
authorized dealer
Free unlimited parking
New fresh stock
Motorcycles are our only business
Only the best for the nicest people
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt
665-9281
Z18
66 HONDA CB 160. Perfect condition.
$450. 665-8257, Z7
MOVING-Must sell 1966 Honda Sport
50. 900 miles, Call evenings, 665-6976.
Z8
MOTORBIKE to rent for summer-$40
or to sell $85. 761-8132. Z9
1967 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Sprint SS.
250cc, exe. cond. $650. 761-2574. Z6
19655 HONDA S 90-Only 500 miles, like
new. $300 or best offer. Call 761-1384.
Z3
1966 GREEVES 250 cc Scrambler, Full
road equipment. 761-8005. Z5

UNIVERSITY MOTORCYCLE SALES
211 E. Ann NO 2-3979

JAGUR XKE 64 coupe. 761-6
evenings or 662-7584.
RELIABLE, roomy, fine running 3
hardtop, 1959. Looks good, low m
Prof.'s car. 668-8158.

FOR SALE

ROOM AVAILABLE FALL for 1 grad
male in large remodeled house. $50
per month share utilities. Call 665-
0205. C28

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'65 YAHAMA YDS3 250 cc 3200 mi. Bar-
gain mi. Bargain Must sell 665-2175.
Z2
BRIDGESTONE 90 Trail, 12 horsepower,
$300; Honda Sport 50, '$110; 1967
Bridegstone 175 new, $595; 1967
Bridgestone 175 Scrambler, $625.
Custom Painting

USED CARS
3 KITTENS ready for good home.
665-3197 or 764-8508.
BMW R-50, 1956-Completely ret
engine. many extras. 761-5935.
1962 VALIANT 2 dr. sedan, stick sl
good condition, new muffler. I
Call 761-9744.
x iASUJLUAD '-M $&A ...',.coupe. ~l-

ROOMY APT. for 2. Immediate
pancy. Call 761-0156 after 5
daily 764-9550.

C6
occu-
p.m.;
C25

SMALL FURNISHED Studio Apt. on
campus, for one adult, Available now.
$75 plus utilities. 662-7395 between
9 a.m.-9 p.m. C38

I

' WANTED-One female grad student or
nurse to share 3-man apt. in hospital
area. Call 761-6694 or 761-3992. C40
3 RR4 MAN bi-level furnishde apart-
ments available for fall. On campus.
Dishwasher. disposal, free parking, air1
conditioned. Call NO 5-9627 after 5
p.m. C39
5 ROOM APT. 2-4 men, 2 bedrooms,_
living room, study, kitchen. Available
for summer halfterm. Reasonable."
665-2555 after 1 p.m. C37
2-BEDROOM Apartment for rent. Avail-
able now 'until August 22 or for full
year. Dishwasher, disposal, air cond.,
parking. Close to campus. 665-4200
after 4 p.m. C23
FURNISHED ROOMS for men-Kitchen
pry., near campus. $9/wk. and up.
Also small apt. available for summer,
$75/mo. Call 761-4126 after 1 p.m. C36
FOR SUMMER TERM III-B-One or
two needed for best 3-man on cam-
pus. Swimming pool, 665-0225. U2
FEMALE junior tranisferring in need
of roommate(s) for fall. 2-4 man apt.
16500 North Park Blvd. 402 W. Tower
Southfield, Mich. or 358-0828. C31
1506 BROADWAY
Spacious one-bedroom includes stove,
frigerator, disposal, wall-to-wall car-
peting, venetian blinds, free parking.
Immediate or fall occupancy.
Also other modern 1 and 2 bedroom
furnished and, unfurnished apts in
campus and hospital locations for
fall.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC. I
662-7787
C_

WANTED-One girl to share modern
4-man apt. Building abounds with
men. 441 S. First. Call 761-6937. C
FALL RENTAL
STATE ST. MANOR
1111 S. State, across from Yost Field
House. 3 and 4 man, modern, luxury,
air-cond., garbage disposal, balcony.
Call 1-864-3852. C4
Make An Offer
Must sublet. brand new furnished two
bedroom, air cond. campus apt. TV
garage pk., dishes 662-4079. C33
FOR MEN ON CAMPUS
Single room in allstudent house. NO
3-5930. C30
COUPLES ONLY
VAN DUSEN
MANOR
1210 W. Stadium Blvd.
1000 sq. ft. Unfurnished Apt. includes:
-2 bedrooms
-dining room plus kitchen with
spearate eating area
-air conditioning and private
balcony
-$155 per month includes all utili-
ties except electricity
-wall to wall carpeting is available
761-7600

C14;
PACKARD AVENUE
APARTMENTS
736 PACKARD
Now Renting for Fail
2 or 3 man bi-level or efficiency.
Furnished, air-cond., parking, close
to campus. Manager on premises.
Phone NO 3-5584 or
NO 3-8866 before 6 p.m.
C'
LARGE MODERN 2 bdrm, for 3 or 4
available June 21-Aug. 19. Laundry
facilities, air-cond., off-street park-
ing. Call NO 3-5584., U41
ONE BEDROOM apartment. Couple pre-
ferred. Furnished. Available now on
one year lease. $120/month including
heat if you mow lawn and shovel
snow. Call 665-4200 after 5 p.m. C22
PERSONAL

761]-3993
Your number for QUICK ACCURATE,
AND EXPERIENCED manuscript and
thesis typing, transcription-medical,
legal and technical conferences;
mimeographing; offset; ditto; lithog-
raphy; varityping and composition.
AA PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
ASSOCIATES, INC.
334 Catherine
Something to Swap'
Try Doily Classifieds

2 TWIN BEDS, coffee table, end table,
2 chairs, 1 dresser, vacuum cleaner,
very reasonable. Call after 4, 665-9264.
B29
150 SUZUKI, 1965. $325. Ellen Asch. 662-
3225. B27
MUST SELL Sky Diving Equipment!
Main parachute (7-TU) and harness
Reserve parachute, Altimeter. Call
665-8337 between 7 and 11 p.m. B26
FOR SALE-Siamese kittens, purebred
mal ie M5 elan 5 nth ld f e

empoint.$ ;1 also amon i e-
male, de-clawedand has all perm
shots. $20. HU 3-5811. B24
TRANSPORTATION ADDITIONAL
WANTED-Responsible person to drive'CLASSIFIEDS
1961 Buick Special to New York City
from Ann Arbor. Call 971-1685 or ON PAGE 6
662-0993. G14
RIDERS WANTED to L.A. Leave June
26 or 27. Share usuals. 761-7527. 012 ,

,L
S

MG-TF (1964) Roadster - Very go
condition, 41,000 miles. $1200. 8
Manchester Drive, Grand Blanc, Mi
(near Flint). 313-694-3187. N
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-One female Siamese cat in
cinity of Hill and East U. Call 7E
9368. Reward offered.
LOST-One gold heart with jade ce
ter on chain. If found please c
Alice, 761-8292,

310 E. Washington

Phone 663-8637

Ann Arbor

(PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT)

or evenings 665-0234

- I

C13

1, 2, OR 3 MEN NEEDED for summer
half term to share beautiful, new,
spacious, on'- campus 2 - bedroom
apartment. Air-conditioned,-parking,
and washing facilities. Call 761-6201.
Ask for Jim G. C18
FIRST FLOOR unfurnished 2 bedroom
apartment. Hill Street-Tappan area.
662-4245 between 1-5 p.m. only. C27
1506 Broadway
Modern unfurnished 1-bedroom apart-
ment with wall-to-wall carpeting, dis-
posal, stove and refrigerator. Immed-
iate, summer, or fall occupancy.
Other 2-bedroom unfurnished apart-
Mnts.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
337 East Huron
662-7787I
FREE!!
SUMMER SUBLET INFORMATION
Let us get you a good deal on a lux-
urious summer apt.
Call 761-8055, 665-8330, 665-2689
C
FALL RENTAL
1506 Packard
Ann Arbor's Most Spacious Apt. 2, 4,
or 5 man, large porches, ample
parking. Call 1-864-3852. 05
ANTED--GIRL to share modern apt.
7 minutes from Angell Hall. $67/mo.
Call 761-3385. 029
BARGAIN CORNER
PSYCHEDELIC
POSTERS
Cash in on the Hippie
Revolution! Cover feet tracks on
your walls with psychedelic posters.
Send 50c with your summer
address for catalogue and sample
mini-postercard to HELMS,
8 Edwards, Sausalito, Calif. 94965
W2

418 E. Washington Street.
WASH INGTON
MANOR

ON CAMPUS-NR. FRIEZE &
ANGELL HALL
We are now leasing for fall 1967
DELUXE & SPACIOUS 1 BEDROOMS
FOR 3 STUDENTS. Fully furnished
in modern decorator colors, bal., air-
cond., disposals, soundproof, laundry,
storage. EXTRA FEATURES -- Large
study hall and a very quiet building.
For appt. call NO 8-6906.
011
FEMALE WANTED to share apartment
for fall and winter terms. Write
Melodie De Santo, 31 E. Sharlear Dr.,
Essexville 48732. CA
"IF WE DON'T HAVE IT, WE'LL
GET IT FOR YOU"
FALL APARTMENTS
2, 3 and 4 man units. A few left for
Fall--varied to suit your tastes and
budgets.
Excellent campus locations
Call 761-8055,
C
125 HILL ST.
August occupancy available in spacious
two-bedroom furnished apts., air-
conditioned, disposal, wall-to-wall
carpeting, parking. From $205 per
month and up, includes heat and
water.
Also one-bedroom newly furnished
apts. in campus and hospital areas.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, Inc. 3
335 E Huron
662-7787, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m

ANN ARBOR LANDLORDS TAKE NOTE
Desperately wanted for fall-3 man,
2 bedroom apartment in old build-
ing without electronic marvels such
as air conditioning and dishwashers.
Interested in space, closeness to cam-
pus, and if possible charm. Must
have apartment within week. Call
Walter Shapiro at 764-0552 or 764-
0553 afternoons or evenings. Call
663-3778 mornings or weekends. FC
STROBE LIGHTS--662-2769. 1215 S.
University, Apt. 4. F
NERVOUS? Learn self-help. Recovery,
Inc., Box 231, Ann Arbor. OL 3-0327.
F
WAKE-UP SERVICE-Have your phone
ring at any designated time-day or
night-LOW RATES.-DON'T BE LATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANWSERING SERVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). F
SAN-ANDRUE, group to help young
artists, sponsors first concert June
14 at Ann Arbor High with "Andrea
in Concert." 761-7666 for tickets. FB
POETS, WRITERS, ARTISTS-Atten-
tion! "OVERFLOW" is saving publi-
cation space for you. Submit to Ron,
663-2348 or Richard, 665-2154. FE
'OVERFLOW" is now accepting poetry,
plays, short stories and drawings for
July 25 publication. Submit entries
to Ron, 1444 Wash. Hgts., No. 4, 663
2348; or Richard, 924 Oakland 665-
2154. FE
HELP WANTED
BABYSITTER, daytime, 2 or 3 times
a week. 75c/hour. 662 0729 after 6
p.m. H49
WANTED: Boys for meal jobs. Starting
July 10. Call weekday mornings 668-
7100. 1H48
WINDOW SERVERS-Part time or full
time. Fri., Sat. and Sun. Mister "S"
Restaurant, 3325 Washtenaw, Ann
Arbor (2 blocks west of Arborland).
E45
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT-Strong and
mature male to assist wheelchaired
bachelor, 36, injured in auto acci-
dent. Must livesin, drive do most
household chores, primarily aid In
therapy. Seven day week. Little time
off. Near Ann Arbor. $100 per week
clear. Send details about self, in-
cluding height and weight, to Box
8-3, MICHIGAN DAILY. H46
Rapidly expanding Mechanical
Contracting firrr? in Ann Arbor
has 2 job openings.
PRICING ANALYST &
ESTIMATOR
Full Time
FIELD ENGINEER &
ESTIMATOR
Part Time and Full Time
Potential
Positions offer excellent
starting salaries with
profit sharing program.
Contact Richard Leonard,
General Manager{
J. A. GEISLER &
ASSOCIATES
416 W. HURON ST.
662-3114
An Equal Opportunity Employer
H50
f REGISTRATION ASSISTANTS
Students needed to work summer regis-
tration June 26 and 27: Apply Room
3007 Administration Bldg., Mrs.
Franklin. H38

Mrs. Craine is the wife of Professor Lyle Craine, chairman
of the conservation department at the University. She is a
graduate of Bennington College. Mrs. Craine was, for many
years, the chairman of the water resources committee of The
League of Women Voters. For the past three years she has
been o volunteer teaching assistant, working at Pattengill
and Stone Schools. Mrs. Craine is a member of the League
of Women Voters and the American Association of Univer-
sity Women, under whose auspices she has recruited volun-
teer teachers. She has lived in Ann Arbor for fourteen years
and has three children, one in the Peace Corps, one at Ob-
erlin College and one in Pioneer.

Mr. Good is the Sales Manager for the Industrial Metrology
Division of the Bendix Corporation. He hold a bachelor's de-
gree in engineering and a master's in business administra-
tion, both from the U. of M. Mr. Good has served on the
Boards of the Perry School Nursery, the Lawton P.T.O., the
United Fund Budget Committee, and the Chamber of Com-
merce Long Range Planning Committee. He has been a
member of the Ann Arbor Citizens School Committee and
an advisor with Junior Achievement. He is a native of Ann
Arbor and has three children at Bader School.

Mr. Lee is a professor in the School of Architecture and De-
sign at the U. of M. He holds degrees in engineering from
the U. of M. and Columbia and a degree in architecture
from the U. of M. Or. Lee was the chairman of the Ann
Arbor Goals Committee and the Steering Committee of the
Ann Arbor Goals Conference, is the chairman of the Huron
River Beautificatioun Committee of Ann Arbor Township,
and is a member of thei American Institute of Architects.
He has served on the curriculum committee of the depart-
ment of architecture. He has lived in Ann Arbor for fifteen
years and has three children, in Bader, Tappan and Pioneer.

ASHO 1. CRAINE (MRS. LYLE E.)

CHARLES H. GOOD

JOSEPH T. A. LEE

4

Critical Raves,
ALBERT TERRACE
1700 GEDDES,
between Campus and the Arb

C'

Louise L. Wellman
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Coudron
Anne H. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Heck
Sylvia B. Lewis
Doorthy A. Goss
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Sawyer
Victoria R. Baker
Mrs. Wilbur C. Nelson
Jeffry Piker
John G. Lewis
W. E. Benlick
Dorothy E. Pillsbury
Paul W. Pillsbury
Kenneth Patterson
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. Davis
F. Del Coates
Mrs. G. D. Kucero
Booker T. Brooks
Donna Keefer
Mr. and Mrs. Garold Dyke
D. O. Lyon
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Margolis
Thea J. VanHouten
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Veroff
Mr. and Mrs. William Gamson
June G. Brown
Jim Scheu
'Robert F. Hejna
Dorothy T. Hejna
Jacquelyne J. Greenhut
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Slate
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hoffman
Harold L. Raush
Charlotte L. Raush
Sondra Miller'
J. E. Clark,
Marion Buzzard
Robert D. Buzzard
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Stipe
Albert C. Cain
Arthur H. Simsar
Alice A. Simsar
Sonja M. Decker
Harold A. Decker
Carol A. Maker
Paul Maker
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sholit
Mary Neal Yourd
Roland J. Lehker
Regina W. Lehker
George E. Sharples
Jacqueline Sharples
Doris N. Caddell
Sarah R. Taggart
Leonard K. Eaton
Bruce E. Erickson
H. F. Taggart
Edward V. Olencki
Bruce W. Arden
Carrol K. Eaton
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Fulton
Mr. and Mrs. Keeve M. Siegel
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Diamond
Thomas McClure
Wendel W. Heers
Theodore K. Ramsay
William A. Lewis
Victor H. Miesel
David P. Huntington
Reqincld F. Malcolmson

SAM'S STORE
H-ks Genuine LEVI's Galore!
For "Guys and Gals
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS--$4.98
Pure White and 4 Colors
Cord. SLIM-FITS-$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs I roing-$7
STA-PREST Slim-Fits $6.50
LEVI JACKETS
"White" or
Denim-$7.50
LEVI'S Supersims.-$4.98
LEVI'S Dungarees-$5.25

"Every luxury feature you can think
of"-local property manager
"Individual privacy in 4 & 5 man
units"-publicist
"Prestige location"-front table
consensus, Brown Jug
"The way student housing should
be built"-sound engineer
"You're only in college once"-
overheard on the Hill
"Good for hauling in refreshments"
-construction worker looking at
elevator
"Well worth the extra $5"-old
apartment hand, at local bistro
"I approve"-well-known architect
"Those bi-level units spoil you"
-anonymous
"Like first class"-travel bureau'
gossip
"This building is for those who
want the finest in student
housing"--Charter Realty,
Developers and Managers
office-S.U. at Washtenaw
665-8825
giving service throughout
the lease" C41

An Open Letter To Ann Arbor Voters:
We, the undersigned, support Asho Craine, Charles H. Good and Joseph T.t A. Lee
for election to the Board of Education. We recommend them to you-because of their
excellent qualifications-because of their record of community service-and because
among them, they represent the many shades of opinion held by the center majority
of Ann Arbor voters. These are difficult days for our schools. We must
maintain high standards in the face of swelling enrollments and soaring costs. We have
the challenge of preparing our children for the demands of a highly complex society.
And we are confronted with the emotion-charged issues of racial and economic
imbalance in the schools. We believe that through the election of people
of proven ability, representing 9 spectrum of opinion, we can arrive at solutions
acceptable to the whole community. We hope you Wili join us in supporting
Mrs. Craine, Mr. Good and Mr. Lee.
CITIZENS FOR CRAINE, GOOD, AND LEE

Wilma L. Harrison
Ethel M. Nesbitt
Marvis M. Greene
James 0. Greene
Stanford C. Ericksen
Ronald C. Bishop
Nancy V. Bishop
Frank L. Nye
Frederick Schmid
Ethel K. Lewis
Kathryn M. Schlatter
William J. Schlatter
Robert P. Souve
James E. Lesch
James Bullock
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Guttman
Sandy Serwin
Margaret L. F. Fowler
Eric E. Daniel
Geraldine H. Creeth
Edmund H. Creeth
Kate Leach ,
Chester R. Leach, Jr.
Janet R. Klaver
Frances B. Noland
Walter Scheider
Michael B. Stoebler
Linda Walker
Russell M. Fuller
Carl Ziebell
Mary G. Crusius
Mrs. Warren E. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Wende
-Mrs. Harold K. Jacobson
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bosom
Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Goldberg
Mr. and Mrs. Tris Coffin
Luke K. Cooperrider
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel Lazarus
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gelman
George H. Sexton
Daphne Grew
Raymond Grew
Jacob M Price

Harriet Cramton
Roger C. Cramton
Mitchell J. Rycus
Carole A. Rycus
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Bullard, Jr.
Mary Alice Schulman
Jean C. Crump
James J. Crump, Jr.
Lorraine Waschausky
Harold M. Levinson,
John E. Parker
Susan T. Parker
Robert M. Stern
Lucetta P. Stern
Barbara Ferguson
Richard V. Wellman
Robin Barlow
/Saul H. Hymans
Warren L. Smith
R. B. Shulman
W. H. Locke Anderson
John G. Cross
Natalie P. Anderson
Daryl H. Hafter
Monroe Z. Hafter
Sidney Warschauskey
Robert W. Ferguson
Phoebe Anne Vance
Mary C. Browning
Ilma H. Brigham
Mr. and Mrs. H. Gershowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harmon
I Dr. R. E. Reichert; Jr.
Robert J. Hill
George B. Brigham
Arthur E. Carpenter
Euaenia S. Carpenter
Donald D. MacMullen
Helen Hornbeck Tanner
Robert S. Holbrook
Daniel R. Fusfeld
Harriet M. Fusfeld
William C. Hall
Donald A. oJnes

Wm. J. Duffy
Beaulah M. Woodfin
Robert C. Stull
Claire Stull
Alfred C. Robinson
Jean F. Robinson
Claire Bernstein
Helen Aminoff
Judith Rothman
Jack Rothman
Ruth A. Spann"
Paul Spann
Mrs. Betty Chrite
Dorwin Cartwright
Johanna M. Balta
Eugene V. Douvan
Elizabeth Douvan
Franklin Ferguson.
Helen T: Hitchcock
Claybourne Mitchell, Jr.
Warren and Virginia Eveland
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Johe
Dr. Carl E. Gingles
Betty Anne Duff
J. H. Owens, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Lundy
Tom Colvin
Ophelia S. Mitchell
Rita P. Tikofsky
Vincent A. Scanio
Arlene R. Schmid
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Levenson
Joan W. Barth.
Lois D. Woods
Raquel B. Agranoff
Mr. and Mrs. David Wolsk
Ruth S. Fajans
William S. Baker
Damon C. Woods
1. Marilyn Thayer
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kincaid
Barton S. and D. V. Pulling
Robert M. Darvas
Ralph Parvin

Vee Ling Edwards
Frances Wright
John G. Lapp
Marjorie A. Kay
Irvin Kay
Nancy Sippel
Theodore 0. Sippel
Gerald S. Blum
Colleen Burns
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Blaylock
William Morse
Elton B. McNeil
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