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Wednesday, October 22, 1969

I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764-0
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

557

FOR RENT
LARGE SINGLE ROOM W private bath
for female. E.U. and Hill. $75 mo.
Call 665-2768 betwn. 6:30-7:30 p.m.,
38C44
ROOM FOR STUDENT or working girl.
$2, meals, linens, bike. 668-6647.
36C45
ROYAL DUTCH AP'S. Available for
immediate occupancy. '3 and 4 man
modern units, within 2 blocks of cen-
tral campus. Before 5 p.m. call 761-
3466. After 5 p.m. call 761-6156. 37C46
ROOM FOR WOMAN with use of re-
frig, and sun porch. Near canpus.
$55 mo. avail. Jan. 1. 761-2106 or 66.-
9450. 34C45
ROOM, Olivia St. Comfortable, private,
full cooking, parking, sublease at le3s
than cost. 769-5433. 35045
MOD. EFFICIENCY, furn. $145. Avail.-
Dec. 418 E. Washington. Call NO 8-
6906 30Cc
2 BEDROOM B1-LEVEL
Campus apartment, beautifully furnish-
ed, balconiy dishwasher, pis other
modern conveniences. Phone>761-1717
or 665-8825.
ALBERT 'TERRACE
33Ctc(
BI-LEVEL, 4 inan. $75 man, near cam-
vts. After 5 p.m., 761-1843. 28C39
NEED a roommate and or
an apartment?
Cll Chris at
665-8825
Several beautifully furnished, iod-
ern campus apartments still available
from $65.00 per person. Many modern
conveniences, bi-level, balcony.
CHARTER REALTY
s Uiiver.ity & Washtenaw
34Ctc
One
Left
Your own private bedroom for .j10 lo.
in a new, furnished townhouse right
across the street from campus. 2 full
baths for three tenants. If you have
a roommate it is $70 mo. per person
DAHLMANN
APARTMENTS
545 Church at S. Universitx
761-7600
23ct
PARKING SPACE AVAILABLE
721 South Forest, 663-6052
S MUMMITT I
ASSOC.
2 and 3 bedroom furnished apart-
ments still available.
CALL 761-8055
USED CARS
'66 TR 4A IRS, 37,000 miles. 51400 or
best offer. Call after 5. 663-7095. 36N46
'68 MUSTANG Convertible, 390, power.
AM-FM stereo radio, automatic, 18.000
mi. Call Marc, 665-5671. 33N4
1965 PONTIAC Catalina Covert. Must
sell, price negotiable. 665-4288. 32N41
'64 PONTIAC Le Mans Convertible, 3
speed stick, very strong 326 engine.
769-3464 after noon. 34N43
1964 VW Convertible, mechanically per-
fect. Dan, 769-3227 after 8. 27N41
1969 JAVELIN SST-Imniaculate. 4-spd
tach, polyglas P S. $1000 tnder same
1970 model. Only $2595. Bank rates
would be under $75 mo. Must sacri-
fice, my Lambornini is waiting
483-8418 in Yps'lanti NB3
WANTED TO BUY
WOULD LIKE TO BUY one or two year
old boys bicycle in good condition.
Write Michigan Daily, Box 907, givingi
asking price. KF
WANTED - Top quality "A" ,raded
term papers in all areas of the fol-
lowing disciplines:
Economics, History. Political Science.
Philosophy, Psychology, English, An-
tiropology, Classics, Sociology, Geog-
raphy.
Room No. 105, Lamp Post Motel. 2424
E. Stadium at Washtenaw, NO 5-
6123 Wed., Thuis. & Fri., October
22. 23 & 24. 2K43
BARGAIN CORNER

Sam's Store
L EV I'S Galore For
Gals and Guys!
LEVI DENIMS:
Button Fly .. 55 98
(Guaranteed to Shrink)
Super Slims .......56 00
Pre-Shrunk
Dungarees 6.50
Now Levi Denims
for Gals.........56.00
LEVI'S STA PREST:
"White" Levis 56 98
(5 Colors)
Nuvo Hopsack 58. 00
"Stitches"........56 98

BUSINESS SERVICES

HELP WANTED

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

STUDENT DESIRES WORK, changing EXCELLENT opportunity for registered
screens, storms, handyman jobs of i pharmacist. Full or part time work.
all kinds. Call 662-4736. FD 1, hour from campus. Call 1-KE 2-
8400 for information. 16H47

EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
work in her home. Thesis, technical
typiig, stuffing, etc. IBM selectric
Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 12Jtc
TYPING in my home. Theses and term
papers. 769-5441. 26J51
EXPERT Dissertation Typing on IBM.
Call 663-1228 anytime. 17J37
PROFESSIONAL TYPIST - Reasonable
rates, prompt service. Call after 3
p)m.. 434-1121. 23J49
XEROX COPIES
PAPERS, ESSAYS, REPORTS, THESES
-Perfect copies now only 7c on over-
night service, use correct-o-tape or
unlimited erasure-s and yet be as-
sured of copies that even look better
than the original from the new Xerox
3600. We supply 20 weight copy paper
free. Docuimemts stored in office safe
for complete safety on request. Im-
mediate service during business huoars
9c per page. Discount Potocpoy Serv-
ice, 1217 S. University, 769-0560. 8Jtc
Prof essionalI
Suede & Leather
Cleaning
663-4928 for pick-up and delivery
22tU
PETS AND SUPPLIES 1
AKC Registered Norwegian ELKHOUND
PUPS. Also, stud service. Call 483-
5973. TF
FOUND: Adorable
Labrador Retriever
(We think PUPPY. Black with whilte
chest and paw markings. Found af-
ternoon of Oct. 15 on Diag. Please
claim at 665-5371 or 769-6459. TF
SOLO. Bandit. and Mouse. Three 11
week old. fun-loving kittens, desire
home and love. House-broken. Call
before 3:00 p.m., 169-2628. 5T6
FOR SALE _
FOR SALE-One squash racquet, hand-
ballloves, tvpewriter, violin. Call
971-1598 after 5. 21B43
WE ARE SEEKING
a person with good credit
To Take Over Payment
1969 ZIG-ZAG
PORTABLE
SEWING MACHINE
Does both straight and zig-zag sewing
without attachments. Regularly $169.
Pay only $8 mo. for 10 mos. or $45
cash. Call 663-7940. 19347
2 TICKETS for Hose's Limon, Nov. 1st;
ex. seats, best offer. Call Nancy, 761-
1058. 23B43
66 T-BIRD Landau-tull power, factory
air. yellow, black top. $1650. Evenings.,
769-7079. 24B43
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
BEAUTIFUL WALNUT CABINET
EQUIPPED WITH BUTTONHOLER
AND ZIG-ZAGGER. WILL SELL
FOR
Reposessed Balanced Owed
$36.90 or $5'mo. for 8 mo.
Call 663-7940
20347
SEWING MACHINE
IN CABINET
1969 SINGER
ZIG-ZAG in excellent condition. Coin-
plete with beautiful new cabinet. All
controls built in to make button
holes, sew on buttons, monogra,
overcast, blind hem dresses, fancy
stitches.
CASH $65.20 TAX INC.
or pay $6.52 down and 9 interest free
payments of $6.52 per month. Call
Capitol Sewing Machine Credit Dept.
9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. If toll call
collect.
769-4610
5 YEAR PARTS AND LABOR
GUARANTEE
13Btc
REGULAR 8 movie camera, automatic
focus, room lens, projecter, Baia ei-
tor, film splicer, all for 14 original
price. Call after 5 P.M., 663-1702.
3B42
AKC Registered Norwegian ELKHOUND
pups. Also stud service. Call 483-5973.

EXPLORE CAREER TEACHING
OPPORTUNITIES IN
RIDGEWOOD, NEW JERSEY
A suburban community 20 miles from
New York City. Interviewing at the
University of Michigan placement
office on October 28, 1969. 17H43
WOMAN WANTED, 25 or over, to help
with preparation and serving of meals..
Call NO 2-1927 after 7 P.M. 14H49
ROOM AND BOARD plus salary for
woman in exchange for babysitting
aiid household help. Own transporta-
tion preferred. Call 769-6869. 15Htc
CHUCK SMITH AND GARY LAEHN
ARE ALIVE AND WELL ON
WPAG-FM 107.1 8-MIDNITE.
91163
HALF-TIME SECRETARY needed Nov.
to April for research project. Want
experieiced person xho can type from
dictophone. 769-5503. 1242
ON CAMPUS Hotel has part-time porter
and desk clerk positions. Apply 769-
3010 or 300 S. Thayer (across from
Hill Aud.). 91142
MALE, part-time. Available at least 4-8
hours daily between 8 a.m-5 pm, to
do janitorial work. $185 to start.
665-9161. 71141
QUALIFIED BABYSITTER, Northside
school district. Reply Michigan Daily,
Box 88. 101142
DRIVER - SHIPPER, part-time male,
mornings or afternoons. Apply in per-
son at A & L Battery, 529 &. Main St.
6142
PART TIME empioynient for U student
doing maintenance work. 20 or older.
Hours flexible. Call 662-1927 after 7.
p.m. 51141
ORTHOGONALITY is dedicated to cx-
cellence of design and quality. If you
are young, attractive, outgoing, and
interested in design, you may qualify
for a full or part time sales position
at our store. Call 662-2600. 31141
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments, acces--
sories, David lessons-repairs, Gibson,
Harmony. 209 S. State. 665-8001.
10-7 p.m. X
GIBSON 5 string folk banjo-like new
761-3227. 44X41
WEBCORE electric and Sony portable
tape recorders. Best offer. 761-3227.
45X1
KARL HAUSER classical guitar, an ex-
cellent instrument. Call John Mardin-
ly. 761-6442. 42X42
GIBSON C-4 classical guitar. Excellent
cond. $100. Call 761-2531. 41X40
Organ and Drum set, HAMMOND
MODEL M-3 SLINGERLAND Drums-
6 pieces. Both items in excellent cond.
Call 662-4158 after 2 p.m. 40X42
RECORDS! Oldies! 20,000 in stock. Send
$.35 for 2.000 listing catalogue. Mal
orders filled. RECORD CENTER, 1895
W. 25th St., Cleveland, Ohio. Record
Tapes. 28Xtc
DYNACO BEOCORD 2000 portable tape
tho not perfect. $95. Call 761-3310.
Xtc
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
TREMENDOUS BARGAIN. 1969 BMW.
R-50, only 2400 mi., accessories. 769-
0720. 35Z45
HONDA 160, good condition. $300 or
best offer. 769-5344. 34Z43
DOWNTOWN HONDA: New and used
cycles - parts. Accessories,aservice,
storage. 310 E. Washington. 665-8637.
34Ztc
WANTED-Girl's used racer. 769-0765.
ZF
AUTUMN SALE
UP TO $214.24 OFF
ON NEW MOTORCYCLES.
UP TO 20% OFF
ON ACCESSORIES.
WHILE IT LASTS
AT
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 PACKARD AT PLATT
971-4500
19Ztc
ROOMMATES WANTED

LINES day
2 1.00
3 1.10
4 1.35
5 1.55
6 1.80
7 2.00
8 2.20
9 2.40
10 2.60
INCH ES
1 2.60
2 4.90
3 6.95
4 8.90
5 10.70

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
1 7.35
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
3 1.40

4 days
3 00
4.05
4 05
4 65
6 35
7.20
7.90
9.70
10.30
10 30
1 7 85
25 50
33 45
4 1 .40

5 days
3 65
4 85
5 90
6 90
7 85
8 85
9 75
10.65
11,35
1 1.35
21 .75
31.15
4095
51.15

6 days
4 20
5 65
6 90
8 05
9.25
10.40
1 1 45
12 60
13.30
1 3 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 .30

Additional casts per day after six days.
Ads that are 1 'A, 2%. 3'/2, etc. inch size will be billed at the
average of the lower and higher inch rate.

LOST AND FOUND

LOST - Large male cat, brown gray
black tiger; has circular stripe on
each side. Vicinity of N. Division andi
Catherine. Call 761-1736. 15A44
LOST-Yellow female cat. Area of Jef-
ferson and S. Division. Call 668-7064
after five p.m. Reward. 16A46
MlISSING - My liver/white Springer
Spaniel, "Cubby." I miss him like
hell. (He can't hunt for shit!!). Call
Sue, 769-7355. 14A44
FOUND--Gray tiger kitten, law quad.
If yours or if interested call 663-4821.
13A43
LOST: Women's prescription sunglasses,
East Engin.-Ulrich's area. Call Cathy,
761-9577. 11A42
LOST: Black fem. poodle without her
collar. 769-7199. 12A41
LOST-Grey and black tiger-striped fe-
male cat. Last seen vicinity of Wes.t
Park. Answers to Toulouse. Reward.
Call 761-9893 or 793-3102. Ask for Lynn
or David. AF
FOUND: Key to 680169 Honda SS 125.
Found by W.Q. 764-4779 48A9
LOST - 3 mo. old male mutt, black
body, light brown head, 2 light brown
circles around eyes. Wearing red col-
lar and no tags. Contact 764-9648. 9A9
FOUND - Orange and white kitten
found near School of Nat. Resources.
Ower or interested party may claim.
761-0434. 32A24
LOST-Sat. on Hoover St. Silver chain
necklace, unusual links. Sentimental'
value. Reward. Evenings 764-4089.
33A22
BROWN Female puppy, white on nose.
tail and belly, 4 mo. old, lost around
campus. Reward. 665-0584 after 6 p.m.
22A2t
READ AND USE THE
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

MISCELLANEOUS
FOLK FOLK-ROCK BLUES HEAVY
WPAG-FM 107.1, 8-MIDNITIE
14M61
TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS WANTED to Rochester, N.Y.
Leaving Fri. Oct. 17, return Sun..
Oct 19. Call 769-4145 evenings. GF
PERSONAL
MA'TCH-A-DATE
of Mich. Write for free questionnaire.
Match-A-Date. 104 W. Huron, Muni-
cipal Court Bldg., Ann Arbor, Mich.
20F5C
FOR SALE-.-Diamonid Engagenent Ring.
EDUCATION at its best. Austin Dia-
nond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151. Fte
EXTEND YOUR PERSPECTIVES-Join
us at the INTERNATIONAL TEA every
Thums. from 4:30-6 p.m. at the Inter-
national Center (next to the Union).
21F41
THE "THINNER" SANCTUM -- Arbor-
land Heal th Spa for Woimen, Figure
colntouring salon, Whirlpool and
Sa um. 971-2720 6Ftc
STUDENT DESIRES WORK, changing
screens, storm., h ancymami jobs of
all kinds. Call 662-4736. 1 D
THE WILD FLOWER xas created by
students for students. That's why
.ou get great clothes at low prices.
Newl arrived clothes include maxi
coats and soft little dresses. The Wild
Flower Boutique. 516 E. William, above
the Campus Bike Shop. Open daily
11-0, 'hurs. night till 9. 18F42
LIN NEA
HAPPY 21 st

PERSONAL
I AM INTERESTED in talking with stu-,
dents who have had encounters witha
Ann Arbor and County Police regard-
less whether it resulted in arrest or
placing of charges. If you would be
willing to talk with me call 769-2798
between 5 and 7 p.m. 17F43
FOR SALE - Cheap-Wig, brown; An-
tique dress; pant suit; other dresses,
sweaters sizes 5, 7, 12. Household ap-j
pliances. shoes. 665-2131, 761-3619.
22F45
EXTEND YOUR PERSPECTIVES-Joinj
us at the INTERNATIONAL TEA every
Thurs. from 4:30-6 p.m. at the Inter-
national Center (next to the Union).
21F41
CHRISTMAS INCOME!
STUDENTS! Could you use EXTRA
CHRISTMAS INCOME? This plan is
designed for college students who
would like to earn from $50 to $500
in the next two months. For complete
details send $2 to Don Baker, 2255
Lime Ave., Suite F. Long Beach, Calif.
90806. 23F43
ESSAY ISTS:
ESSAYS NOW BEING considered
for publication in the campus
inter-arts magazine. GENERA-
TION. All material submitted will
be carefully read, criticized, and
returned if not used. Manuscripts
nat he left at the main office.
Studenm Publications Building.
First issue in October.
GEN ERATION
FD
TRY OUR SAUNA - Private and com-
mnnity rooms. Basic membership $5.
Ann Arbor Gymkhana. 662-9200. 1OFtc
STUDENT LOANS
$2500 Max.
U of M Student Credit Union
10F49
THE APARTMENT 5 STORY-Inst. 38-
Each year the Virgin Forest becomes
smaller and ,smaller. Come on over
or be chopped down.
Another Public Service of Apt. 5.
FB

LINDA B.
Your conversation was interesting.-
Then yoti dropped out of sight.
What happened? Call me at 769-
2798. Bill. 16F41
TVs for RENT
19" Zenith portables, free service and
delivery, no deposit required. Callj
Nejac TV Rentals, 662-5671. 9Ftc!
HILLEL T.G. IS HERE. 4-6:30, Grads
and Undergrads 6F43
AUTHORS:P
Fiction material now being considered
for publication in the campus inter-
arts magazine, GENERATION. All ma-
terial submitted will be carefully read,
criticized, and rturned if not used.
Manuscripts may be left at the main
office, Student Publications Building.
First issue in October.
GENERATION
ID

PERSONAL
ATTENTION members of Phi Eta Sig-
ma: You may pick up your key and
certificates at 3012 Natural Resources
Bldg. between 7 and 9 P.M., through
Oct. 23. 12F42
THE SOLAR WIND blows at Mark's
Friday and Saturday, 24th and 25th,
9:30 p.m. FF

PERSONAL
BEAUTIFUL LADY
Welcome Back, The Profes┬žor
50F;
TIRED OF CANNED LOVE?
TRY PROGRESSIVE '69
WPAG-FM 107.1, 8-MIDNITE
8F58

COLLEGE REPUBLICAN MEETING FOUND-A black and brown 57 Heinz
Thurs., 7:30 p.m., 3K, L, M, N, Union potpurri female puppy (?) With White
14F42 tips on its paws. To claim call 764-
hwdyuk_----D_? 6048. Hurry, she is sharing her resi-
hOw do you know Paul is Dead? dence with a horny male dog. FF'
Will exchange clues. John Turner. dn_ __h___nymledg. F
736 W. Shiawassee St., Lansing, Mich. GRIZZLY FILMS is coming
48905. 15F41 nights at GRIZZLY FURS.

45F42
SIAMESE FEMALE FREE to good home
-landlord says cat goes or I do.
665-2131 evenings. 47F28
PROTEST CHRISTMAS card manufac-
turers' profits and aid the cause of
emotionally disturbed youngsters by
buying cards from MAEDC. Cards
designed and silk-screened by child
in treatment. Proceeds support Mich.
Assoc. for Disturbed Children. Avail-
able YM-YWCA, CPH lobby or call
'761-2298. Price: 10 cards $1.50. 49F41
MARCH ON WASHINGTON NOV. 15-
Bus leaving Thurs. -and Fri., Nov. 13
and 14. Tickets available at the Un-
ion. $24 round trip. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. FA
959 Wall Street, 761-7936. FF
Daily Classifieds
Bring Results

JOIN-BORROW
EARN
MONEY

11F4I

Department of Physics
COLLOQUIUM
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22
4:15 P.M.
Robert B. Duffiel
Director, Argonne National Laboratory
"SCIENTIFIC SOLUTIONS TO
ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS"
Auditorium F
Physics and Astronomy Building

WANTED DESPERATELY: Two tickets
to Wisconsin game-freshman o'
soph sections fine. Bring joy to the
hearts of two visiting 15-year-olds.
Call Marcy at 769-0577 or 764-0552
(leave message). FF

JO ANN, LYNN
ipple pie is Ill
latedi birthday

AND CATHIE - The
the closet; Happy be-
marsha. F

Look under the ping pong table.
Love, P.

19F41

Attention Law Students
Free Tutoring in Tax Law
Contact John Ferrell, Authority
"My time is your time"

ALTERATIONS
Free pick-up and delivery. Call Carol
Guthrie, 429-2187. F H

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4TH MAN NEEDED for mod. apt. 927
SEASON SPECIAL S. Forest. 8 mo, lease. Call 769-4416
SEWING MACHIN78 anytime or 662-6156 after 5 p.m. 16Y45
1969 ZIG-ZAGS pm 64
IN NEW CABINE'T ROOMMATE for classy 2 man at
NEW, inI beautiful cabinet, does all the Packard-State. $72.50 mo. 761-2358
great .ig-zag stitches. No attachments anytime after 11 p.m. 29Y43
needed to make button holes, sew on
buttons, overcast, fancy stitches, GIRL WANTED to complete 4-man apt.
blind hem dresses, etc. Guaranteed near hospitals and campus, especially
for 5 years. FULL PRICE $44.80 tax St. Joe's. Call Elaine, 761-2519.
inc.. or pay $4.48 per month. No in- 30Y45
terest added. Call Capitol Sewing Ma- -
chinme Credit Dept. 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 WEDDING i.e. vacancy in December,
p.m. PHONE 729-4610, if toll :all 3-woman apt. Call Leona, 665-4570.
collect. l413tc ?28Y41

NSA speaks your languae

at THE HOUSE
1429 HILL ST.

S-T-R-E-T-C-H
"White" Levis
(5 Colors)

$6.98
.4.98

TODAY, WED., OCT. 22, 8:00 P.M.!
"CAN JUDAISM
SURVIVE WITHOUT
GLOD ?"I

And furthermore, if you are especially adept in certain foreign languages, the
National Security Agency is ready to give you immediate linguistic assignments
or may even train you in an entirely new language.
Demonstrated ability in languag'e research can lead to more complex and
sophisticated duties. The systematic accumulation of information, examination
of data and preparation of special reports are important parts of these assign-
ments. And scientific linguists will find nowhere else the opportunities for prac-
tical applications of their craft.
At NSA you will be joining an Agency of national prominence-a unique civilian
organization responsible for developing "secure" communications systems to
transmit and receive vital information.
NSA offers you this opportunity to further broaden your knowledge of modern
language or area studies, and to use your talents in a challenging and reward-
ing career while you enjoy also the broad, liberal benefits of Federal employ-
ment. In return, we ask that you not only know your language, but that you be
flexible, naturally inventive and intellectually curious. That's a lot to ask.
Do you fit the picture?
Where to go . .. what to do: Language applicants must take the Professional
Qualification Test (POT) as a prerequisite to NSA interviews for employment.
Pick up a PQT Bulletin at your Placement Office, the sooner the better. It con-
tains a brie! registration form which must be received in Princeton, N.J. by
November 21 (for the December 6 test).
College Relations Branch, National Security Agency, Ft. George G. Meade,
Maryland 20755. Attn: M321. An equal opportunity employer, MIF.

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