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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 1866'';

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Mon. thru Fri.

PERSONAL
SEMINAR Sept. 8 at 3:45 p.m., Roomt
1057 of Mental Health Research In-
stitute. Dr. M. R. A. Chance of the
University of Birmingham, Uffculme
Clinic, Ethology Laboratory, Birming-
ham, England, speaking on "The
Structure of Social Behavior in Dif-
ferent Mammals." F13
MEAL JOB available. Phone George,
?61-7420, "D
F.B.I. BLACKLIST. DOCUMENTED.
"The F.B.I. Security Affair"
Bob Marshalls-Overbecks
1 2
LET US ENTERTAIN YOU. Join the
Culture Beat. If you can't write, help
us criticize. Look for the announce-
ment of the first meeting in these
ads. FE
DEBATE MASS MEETING
Tues., Sept. 6, 7:30 p.m. 2008 Frieze
Bldg. F14
BOZO IS BACK. So is G. J., Wenk,
and the sane, rational. studious one.
Watch for them. Apt. 6 may strike at
any time. FF
JOEL ISAAC GREENBERG
GEORGE ABBOTT WHITE
Will Read from Their Poetry
16 September 1966
WESLEY FOUNDATION
8 P.M.
FC
FREE HOUSING ADVICE
Off-Campus Housing Bureau
Student Activities Building
Fl

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HELP WANTED
MEAL JOBS-Call steward at 665-3669.
HE
GIRL TO HELP HANDICAPPED college
student weekends. Sat. noon till Sun.
at 6. $15. Call 665-2482. H9
PART TIME or FULL TIME-Lawn up-
keep in large apt. project. Call Mr.
Mercier, 665-4574, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. H34
MALE-FULL OR PART-TIME mech-
anic to work on Triumph, Fiats, and
Volvos. Herb Estes Auto Mart. 319
W. Huron. H5
ANIMAL CARETAKER to work 15 to 20
hours during week and on weekend.
Call Dr. Butter days, 764-0438. H27
GENERAL SECRETARY, interesting and
diversified work In Engineering Of-
fiee. Must be versatile, responsible'
and have transportation. Experience
or education considered. Part-time
possible. Phone 429-4390. H6
OLDER GRAD STUDENT with exper-
ience with teenagers to work with
adolescents in residential treatment
(recreational and supervisory). Full
or part-time, prefer live in. Call 663-
5522 after 5. H30
HELP WANTED MEN: Full or part
time, adequate pay plus side benefits.
Call Domino's Pizza, HU 3-8000, 2:30-
4:30 or 6:30-8:30 for appointment.
H7
WAITERS WANTED-Part time. Omega
Restaurant. H29
WANTED: STUDENT COUPLE to live
in. Stable and yard work in exchange
for furn. apt. All utilities. Prefer
farm background. Call NO 3-1327, 6-9
P.M. 111
DELIVERY BOYS. $2.00 hr Daily and
Sun. Car necessary. Student News-
paper Agency, 761-3187. H16
PUPPET SHOW
Playing schools of several states. Need
young man or woman who likes travel
and working with teachers and chil-
dren. Will train. Phone 429-9058. H28
NEED A MEAL JOB? Bus boys and
kitchen help needed. Call 761-6133, ask
for Steward. H31
SALESWORK
Ladies' dept. of Camelet Bros. Co. per-
manent, full-time ,job, fringe benefits,
opportunity for advancement. Apply in
person, 1119 S. Univ. H4
HELP WANTED: part time-full time.
Apply in person. The Golden Falcon.
314 S. Fourth St. 761-3548. H20
HOUSEFATHER - COUNSELOR
Wanted: Mature, male student with in-
terest in working with small group of
emotionally disturbed children. Prior
experience in camping, recreation, or
counselling desirable but not manda-
tory. Evening hours totaling 26 each
week. Rtoom and board plus $100.00 a
month.
Methodist Children's Village
Call KE 1-4060 in Det.
Mr. McCoy or Mr. Burand
H1l
WANTED: BABYSITTER for Tuesday
.. nites. Sept. 12-Jan. 1308 Linwood,
662-7082. H8
BABYSITTER-Mon., Wed., and pref-
erably Fri. 2 girls, 3 and 4. Ferdon
near Burns Park. Call 663-7293. H32
SECRETARY FOR SYNAGOGUE office
of Beth Israel Congregation. Should
be familiar with activities of Jewish
community. For interview call 665-
9897. H22
MEAL JOBS. Alpha Rho Chi, 665-3719.
H18

HELP WANTED
NOW TAKING applications for wait-
resses, 18 and over. Apply in person,
Tues.-Sat. after 5 p.m. Pretzel Bell,
120 E. Liberty. H2
BABYSITTING for football weekends.
Excellent pay. 2 pre-school children.
Call NO 3-6588., H10
WANTED: ORGAN AND BASS guitar
players. Call HU 3-1425 or HU 3-4428.
H21
STUDENT IN ENGINEERING with
practical experience in solid state,
wanted as laboratory assistant in bio-
logical experiment. 'Permanent part-
time either mornings or afternoons.
Interesting working conditions. Du-
ties involve maintenance of an elec-
tronic apparatus. 764-4430, ask for
Dr. Olds. H24
EXC. MEAL JOB. Lunch and dinners.
Short hours. Contact Les at Phi
Epsilon Pi, 1805 Washtenaw, 761-3187
or 761-6541. 125
FULL AND PART TIME TO SELL cam-
era supplies and sound equipment.
Good pay. The Quarry, Inc. Phone
Dick Noll, 761-2011 for appointment.
H15
KEEP IN SHAPE. Run Pizzas. Domino's
physical fitness program. Call for
appt 761-1111. 119
STUDENT WIVES
IF
you have time on your hands.
IF
you are an experienced
Secretary
Typist
Office Machine Operator
Clerk
For Temporary work assignments
See Manpower Incorporated
111 Miller
KITCHEN HELP - Lunches and din-
ners. Call hse. mgr. 761-5857. H14
CAN YOU WORK
TOMORROW?
WE CAN USE YOU!
Temporary work. Good pay. Apply in
person tomorrow, 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
MAN POWER
111 Miller
Ann Arbor
665-3757
ATTENTION EE STUDENTS
Opportunity for work in electronic re-
search and development laboratory.
Typical work relates to industrial elec-
tronic circuits.
Requirements
Driving interest in electronics
Creative ability
Problem solver
Experienced-for example, electronic
equipment, working with tools, radio
amateur
Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior
Capable of at least 3.0 average at UofM
16 to 20 hours of afternoon work
Monday thru Friday
- Resume -
Provide at least the following informa-
tion: A brief description of your in-
terest and experience Your overall
grade average from each school attend-
ed. Name the schools. Breakdown your
grade average per categories: EE, phy-
sics, chemistry, math, mechanical, and
English. Indicate your status with res-
pect to draft, military service, and
marriage. Provide a list of three per-
sonal references and all previous em-
ployers. Send your resume immediately
to: P0 Box 1288, Ann Arbor, Michigan
48106. 111
PERSONAL
CULTIVATED BLUEBERRIES
For freezing and canning. Large and
plentiful. You pick, 25c lb., 7:30 a.m.
to 7:30 p.m., Mon. thru Sat. Phone
662-2625. FE
DRUMMER, esp. in all types of music.
Past ref: Ravens, New Breed, and
The Gentrys Prefer Rock or Jazz. Call
668-8769. F11
BOARD-Memberships for men, KA-
MURA CO-OP, $12/Wk. and 3 hrs.
work. Hill and State Sts. Color TV.
Call Jim McKinney or Mark Gingold,
662-3219. F6
ANN ARBOR'S best buy on a diamond
engagement ring. Check it! Austin
Diamond, 1209 S, Univ. 663-7151. F
EATING in restaurants can be lonely.
CO-OPs are sociable, cheap and serve
good food. Ten student-owned houses
near campus, $12.00 per week for
meals. Contact Inter-Cooperative
Council, 2546 Student Activities Bldg.,
668-6872. F3
Something To Swap?
Try Daily Classifieds

FOR SALE
ON LOT AT WHITMORE LAKE, 32x10
mobile home Exc, cond. Immed. oc-
cupancy, 11630 Whitmore Lake Rd.
HI 9-5961. B2
FALL SALE SPECTACULAR
SPECIAL PRICE REDUCTION ON
POPULAR HONDAS
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt
665-9281
B71
MUST SELL 1965 YAMAHA 250 cc. Exc.
cond. $475. Call 665-7228 daytime. Ask
for Wayne Zl
TO UNIV. FACULTY, 3 bdrm., 1% bath,
carpeted living rm., built-in kitchen,
partly finished basement, 2-car gar-
age, fenced yard. Walk to Haisley and
Forsythe schools. $23,000. 662-1425.
B6
FOR SALE: 1965 YAMAHA, 125 cc, In
good cond. $325 with liability ins. for
6 mos. included. Call NO 5-0505. Z4
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'65 HONDA, 305 Super Hawk. Elec.
starting, mech. perfect. $475. Call 761-
9124. Z19
305 HONDA Scrambler, 1800 miles, 3 mo.
old, competition stripes, never raced,
baffled, must sell. $675. Call NO 2-
9616 to see. Z20
1966 HONDA 160. 1200 miles, just like
new., $475, Call 662-3430 eves. Z13
1965 HONDA 250 Scrambler. Call Lee at
761-3878. Z14
HONDA 160, Good cond. $425. Call NO 2-
6798 after 6:30 p.m. Z15
HONDA 50 Sport c110. Ex. cond. 1,000
miles. Call Dr. or Mr. Portney, 761-
6742. Z2
C-100 HONDA 50, good cond. Ken Sch-
echter, NO 5-7838. Z3
1959 ALLSTATE motor bike. Exc. cond.
Low mileage. Call Hamilton 6-2096.
Z16
HONDA 66, 305 cc. Super model. 8 weeks
old. Low mileage, exc. cond. $650. 539
Packard, No. 3. Z18
FREE
ANY HELMET
with purchase of
OSSA
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt
665-9281

GIRL GRAD STUDENT with fur. apt.
looking for roommate. Call evenings.
663-9752. C13
1-MAN APT. 8 mo. lease. $55/mo. All
utilities pd. for. 917 E Huron, No 8.
C14
EDINBURGH APTS. 912 Brown St.-A
few 2 bdrm., 4-man units left for the
Fall. Carpeted, furn, .air-cond Ren-
tals from $225. Call Liberty Land Co.
662-3358. C15
NEEDED: One or two roommates to
share apartments in U. Towers. 761-
3565, NO 5-4480. C16
FOUR MONTH LEASE
UNIVERSITY TOWERS APT. {
On campus. 5365 S. Forest, NO 5-4480,
761-3565 C6
FOR RENT-New bi-level, deluxe, new-
ly furn. 2 bdrm., balcony, carpeted,
dishwasher, disposal, air-cond. Avail.
now for 3 or 4 students. Call 761-
0053 or 663-4594. C18
RADIOS, REPAIRS
MUSICAL MDSE.,
ELECTRIC PIANO, port. Wurlitzer. Ieadl
for apt., quiet when using earphones.
$143. Call 761-2704, 7-9 p.m. X3
SPINET PIANO BARGAIN
Wanted: Responsible party to take over
low monthly payments on a spinet
piano. Can be seen locally. Write
Credit Manager, P.O. Box 276, Shelby-
ville, Indiana. X1
ELECTRIC PIANO, portable Wurlitzer.
Ideal for apt. Quiet when using ear-
nhnnnes.1d43'.1Call761-29704 bet. 7-9n

FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS
CAMPUS-Cean, quiet single room for FRATERN ITY& SORORITY
female student. 631 E. Univ. $55/mo.
761-3688 or NO 5-4480. C22 BANQUETS
--For your dinner meetings, dances, or
1 COED ROOMMATE needed for 4- banquets . . . excellent food and ac-
man. $60/mo. Call 761-9238. C23 commodations for up to 140. Reason-
ably priced. Call Manager, Huron Mo-
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED Mod. tor Inn, HU 3-1771, Ypsilanti. M
2 bedroom, 4-man apt. Dishwasher,
2 sinks, air-cond. Call 761-7463. Clo TRANSPORTATION

Sunday, September 4, 7:30 P .
O P E N IHIGUL1IE
-f -food
at the
Presbyterian Cam pus Center
1432 Washtenaw Ave.
All Students Welcome

RIDE NEEDED: Dearborn area-A2, All
days. Susan Page, 928-3297. GI
LOST AND FOUND
LOST ON CAMPUS-Envelope contain-
ing papers and white football card.
Call Lynn, 663-3171 or 761-0800. Al
LOST, ONE MALE CAT; brown (gold)
with white white paws and tummy.
Vicinity of Madison and Division. 761-
3747. AF
TAKEN-100 records and box of books
taken from fraternity Aug. 22. Person-
al value to girl owner far outweighs
monetary w o r t h. Quick return
sought: no questions asked. Reward.
Write Box No. 55 Michigan Daily,
AF
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND/OR boarders. Call House
mgr., 761-5857. E3
ROOM AND BOARD avail. Call 665-
3719. E4
4TH MAN NEEDED for a modern, lux-
urious apartment. Air-cond., stereo,
carpeting, balcony and dishwasher.
3 blocks from campus. $47.50/month.
Apt. 5, 913 Mary. Call Bill, 663-5832.
ED
NEW CARS
1965 CORVAIR MONZA. Automatic
trans., bucket seats, carpeting, in
exc. cond. State 4-3219 in Jackson.
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for all your textbook
and college supplies
SERVING U OF M STUDENTS SINCE 1883

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YOU MUST establish credit sooner or
later. Why not start with a charge
account at:
The Village Apothecary
1112 S. University Ave. F2
FOURTH chosesnmarriage instead of
carriage Need one girl to share air-
conditioned, bi-level apartment. in-
quire: Carriage House, 1224 Washte-
naw, Apt. 12. FE
LESLIE R.
By popular demand , . . this year the
campus can again read about the wild
nose and all its friends. (esp. Friend
Lee). New adventures and stroies to
shock both young and old, as told
by the inverted gopher. FE
GRAD STUDENTS-Interested in writ-
ing on current topics in your field
of interest? Call Harvey or Char-
lotte at 764-0562. FE
FRESHMEN-Will you warp into an in-
tellectual giant but a spiritual dwarf?
Keep pace with the heart. Discuss
with Prof. Kennth L. Pike, Scripture
interpretation seen through academic
models. Univ. ReformaChurch(be-
hind Rakham) 9:30 each Sun. morn-
ing. F5
THE BUSHMEN are working on Labor
Day. Kappa Sigma Open House. Mon.
8-11:30 p.m. 806 Hill. F9
CELEBRATE LABOR DAY NIGHT
Kappa Sigma Open House
Mon. 8-11:30 p.m. 806 Hill
F10
A POETRY READING
Open to the University Community
JOEL ISAAC GREENBERG
GEORGE ABBOTT WHITE
16 September 1966
8 P.M.
Wesley Foundation/across
from Frieze Bldg.
Admission without charge
FC
WELCOME BACK NANCY!
In honor of our first anniversary I
hereby present you with a gift sub-
scription to The Daily. Details when
I see you. Auf Wiedersehen.
-B.M.O.C. FC
DO YOU HAVE that tired, wiped-out
feeling after the registration mixers-
well HOMECOMING '66 will be prac-
ticing group therapy at its MASS
MEETING, Sept. 6, 7:30, Union Ball-
room. F7
DON'T HAVE time to cook your own
food? Join a CO-OP! Three meals a
day for $12.00 and 3 hours work a
week. All houses are student-run.
Contact Inter-Cooperative Council,
2546 Student Activities Bldg., 668-6872.
F2
FOR SALE
1955 CHEVY, good running cond. $65.
Call NO 3-5861. B15
GIRL'S BICYCLE, fine cond. Coster
brake. $10. 764-1370. . B
TRAILER - Compact hard-top. $285.1
Sleeps 2 adults, 2 children. 663-5718.
B10
STEREO K.L.H, Model 15. Almost brand
new, $190.00. NO 5-8720 B3
1961 BSA Super Rocket. Completely
rebuilt. $775. 663-0381. B11
AR-2 SPEAKERS for sale. One for $60.
Two for $110. Call 663-9555. B12
FOR SALE - CAMERA. Yashica Elec-
tro-Half built-in light meter, Super
fast 1.7 lens. Speed 1/800 second.
Complete with carrying case, flash
and filter. As new. $43.62. Call Chel-
sea, Mich. 475-8584. B
FOR SALE: Sunbeam Hairdryer, cost
$18.50 sell for $8; Two fiberglas bows,
32 lb. and 18 lb. pull for children, $9
ea.; Three boxes of matched wooden
arrows, 25c per arrow; Two bow and
arrow wall racks, $3 ea.; Mercedes;
Benz 190L, 1961, white, hardtop and
soft top, snow tires, 54,000 miles, cost
$2600 one year ago, will sell for $1995;
Lighted gimballed compass "Aqua
Meter Mariner", cost $15.95, never
used, sell for $11; Binoculars 7x50,
field 7, coated lenses, leather strap
and carrying case, cost $55, will sell
for $27. Phone 663-2048. B4

The University of Michigan School of Music
cordially invites the public
to attend a lecture
by
ZOLTAN KODALY
World-Renowned Hungarian Composer and Conductor
TUESDAY, SEPT. 6
"FOLK SONG IN HUNGARY
AND EVERYWHERE"
Rackham Lecture Hall-Sept. 6-8:30 P.M.
Admission without charge

Z5
NORTON
NOW
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt
665-9281
Z6
'65 VW. Sunroof, sea blue, exc. cond.
$1450 or best reasonable offer. Phone
665-7461. Z7
1965 HONDA Scrambler. Exc. cond., hel-
met, gloves, mirrors, rain cover. Paid-
up ins. Call 761-6763. Z8
Available Now!
Yamaha Sportscycles
from 50 cc. to 305 cc.,
including the unbeatable YL-1
twin cylinder Yamaha.
Bank financing.
NICHOLSON MOTOR SALES
Triumph, Yamaha, BMW
224 S. First 662-7409
Z
HONDA 50 and helmet. 1700 miles. $200.
Call Jerry, 761-5857 after 6, Z12
FOR RENT
1 OR 2 FEMALE GRADS wanted to
share house. Own room. Call Marlene
or Nancy, 665-2397. C27
iTH FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to
share mod. apt, at S. U. and Wash-
tenaw. 761-2499. C26
FOR RENT-'66 Corvette Coupe, '65
Mustang Convertible. Call 482-7427,
Mr. Fulton B. Eaglin. C5
GRAD. STUDENT with car. Room andr
board with private bath. New house,
AA. 482-2069. C17
2 FEMALE ROOMMATES wanted for
fall to share mod 4-man apt, at1
S. U. and Washtenaw. Call Sydney,
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 342-4659. C27
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted Roomy,
3 rooms and bath, fireplace, 3 blocks
from campus. Contact 761-0156 after1
5 p.m. C24
4TH MAN NEEDED for large, older apt.t
$50, 8 mo. lease. 520 Hill, Apt. 2. C25
LARGE, comfortable room for one or
two male students, close to campus;
laundry and refrig. furnished. 11061
Michigan. C28
JUNIOR OR SENIOR needed to fill
brand new 4-man. Rent $60/mo., fur-
nished, air-cond., quiet bldg. 813 E.
Kingsley, No. A-3. C29
GIRL WANTED to share furnished
house with woman and small child.
$65/mo./fall semester. Call 665-0166.
C21
QUIET CLEAN ROOM for gentlemen.
762-5156. C4
2 GRAD STUDENTS need 3rd man to
fill a new apartment. Rent $70 a
month, furnished, air-conditioned,
one minute walk to main campus,
etc. If interested come between 6:30-
9:30 p.m. or Sundays all afternoon.
1326 Geddes Apt. 1. C3
GARAGES, YEAR'S LEASE, may be
locked. 723 Packard nr. State. C2

phones. $143. Call 761-2704 bet. 7-9
p.m. X3
WANTED TO BUY
URGENTLY NEEDED. 4 box tickets for
Mich. and Ohio State game Nov. 19.
Call collect Akron, Ohio 434-2810.
Frank Leo. K1
USED CARS
JAGUAR XK-140 MC, 1956, maroon
Roadster. $1100 or best offer. Call
Rich, 662-8367. N19
1957 FORD-2 dr., V-8, auto., power
steering and brakes, R and H. Must
sell, best offer. NO 5-5656. N20
VW, 1965, sunroof, red, low mileage,
good cond., extras. $1350 or offer.
761-6177. N9
CONVERTIBLE-Plymouth, Fury, 1960.
Good shape. $350. 662-3753. N21
1958 TRUMPH TR-3, Brtish Racing
Green, completely restored, a classic.
$945. 761-7238 eves. N10
'65 RED, VW, Exc. cond. See it at 800
Fuller, No. 39. N3
OLDS 1961, 4-door, 98 Holiday Deluxe,
Factory air-conditioned, full power,
excellent condition. NO 8-8180. N1
FOR SALE-1953 Cadillac. Radio, WW,
power steering, needs some repairs.
Good car for a tinkerer. $150. Call
665-8482. N11
'59 NASH Metropiltan. Needs work. $90
or best offer. 482-5887 after 5. N12

SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4.50
"White" and 5 Colors
"Guys end Gals"
Cord. SLIM-FITS-$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing
$7.00

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CommuterSrvc
A new Commuter Bus Service is availabl
with stops at the following locations:

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LEVI JACKETS
"White" - Denim
$6.98

LEVI'S Superslim's-$4.98
LEVI'S Dungorees--$4.49
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S
"White"-$5.98
Sta-Prest Slim Fits $5.98
COTTON TURTLENECKS-$1.79
(Colors)

Hoover & Brown Sts.
Hill & 5th Ave.
Law Quad--State St.
Angell Hall
Chemistry Bldg.

Phys. & Astro-Church St.
Clements Library
State St. & S. Univ.
I. M. Bldg.
Admin. Services Bldg.

'64 VW. Mod. 10, white walls, opening
rear windows. Exc. cond. Must sell.
$1000 or best offer. 761-8014. N14
1964 FALCON, 4-door, stick, 6 cylinder,
good cond., snow tires. Call 665-0837.
N4
'62 LE MANS. Good boot std. New tires.
$395. 665-2229. N13
'62 VW. Teacher must sell. Radio,
white walls, sun roof. Reliable trans.
662-5308 evenings. N15
TRIUMPH TR-3 for sale, 1960, body
and engine exc. Radio, and heater.
Michelin tires, wire wheels. Call Allan,
662-8183. N16
1966 PONTIAC TEMPEST SPRINT, 4
Bbl., std. trans., posi., H.D. suspen-
sion, special paint, other extras. Get-
ting drafted. $1750 Call nights. To-
ledo, Ohio. (419) 478-1796. N5
'63 FORD Hdtp. Has everything. Perfect.
$1095. 482-2069. N17
VALIANT 1960-200-excel. mechanically,
tortion ride suspension. Body has
rust, but clean interior. $175 or best
offer, 662-9566. N6
1963 MG 1100 Sedan with separate AM-
FM radio. $750. See at 331 Catherine
or phone Norm, 665-4396 after Sept. 5.
N418

Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

Commuter parking lots are available to all faculty
and staff, at Hoover & Brown Sts., and Hill & 5th
Ave. Bus service operates on an 8 minute schedule.
Commuter lot permits may be obtained by staff
members at no charge from the PARKING AD-
MINISTRATION OFFICE, 1053 Admin. Bldg. Cars
bearing Staff Paid and Meter permits are"also
authorized to use these lots, and require no addi-
tional permit.
Your questions should be referred to:
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES-764-3428

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