WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1966
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764=0
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.
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6 1.40 2.60 3.80 4.95 6.05 7.10 1.00
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8 1.70 3.20 4.70 6.15 7.50 8.80 1.20
9 1.85 3.50 5.10 6.70 8.20 9.60 1.30
10 2.00 3.80 5.50 7.15 8.75 10.25 1.40
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3 5.35 10.40 15.20 19.60 23.95 28.20 1.40
4 6.85 13.35 19.65 25.75 31.50 37.15 1.40
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Additional costs per day after six days.
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YOU CAN'T WALK FOREVER I
Get a car and go in style. And best
offer gets a stylish '59 Chevy, V-8,
auto. trans., radio, heater. Motor in
great shape. Call now 761-8334. FC
DEAR BILL (alias K-boy, so you know
who I mean): You haven't lost your
correspondent here yet. Don't forget
the fifth of THIS month-and Good
Luck when it gets here, FB
AUDREY, you are the world's best
radio captain. Reach out, 96 tears,
Hazel. Diane, Ross, Gary, Frosty. FB
USED CARS HELP WANTED BUSINESS SERVICES
1965 VOLKSWAGEN BUS. Radio, gas NOR LADIES - Clothes don't fit? Is that
heater, 6,000 miles. Best offer overB: what you say? We will put you on
$1600. NO 3-5584. N24 URGENTLY NEEDED your way-If you make the call to-
$7.50forRGENsitLYeNED ED$12$14or ,day. 429-5570-Figure Care Studio, 213
G.T.O. 1965, 2-door hardtop, tri-power, $7.50 for Rh positive, $10, $12. $14 for Rh Clark St., Saline. J17
4-speed, new 4-ply tires. Call 663-9875 negative. Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9-4; Fri. _
after 5 p.m. N 1-7. 18-21 years old need parent's COMPLETE TYPING Service available
permission. Detroit Blood Service, 404 in my home. Call 665-7081. J15
MUSICALWMDSE.W. Michigan, Ypsilanti, Mich. 483- - ---------------- - --
1894 H GUITARIST with 6 years exp. needs,
RADIOS, REPAIRS -- -- - -work with rock or blues band.E
NIGHT SUPERVISOR - OLDER GRAD Rhythm or lead any material. Jeff
A-1 New and Used Irstruments Student to work 12 midnight to 7:30 Maxwell, 764-8606. J16
a.m. at Residential Unit for adoles--
BANJOS. GUITARS, AND BONGOS cents. Call 662-1927 after 7 p.m. H34 WILL DO TYPING - Theses, term
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR -~~~--- -- papers, general typing. Call after 5.
taC% AErCGR 5-8780. J14
NEED RIDE to MSU Friday, back Sun-
day. Lynne at 668-7534. G15
$10 FOR information leading to return
of pop. picture of weeping woman.
No questions. 668-7152. G16
DESIRE RIDE to Indianapolis or De-
pauw on Friday afternoon. Nov. 4.
Call Sue, 764-5915. GD
RIDERS WANTED to Grand Rapids-
Late Sat night (probably midnight)
and return Monday afternoon. Call
Jake at 764-8585 between 6 p.m, and
I a.m. G
1 AND 2 BDRM, APT. Furn., close to
campus. new building. Phone Mr.
Goldman. 665-4477 days or 662-6091
THIRD MAN needed now to share spa-
cious four-man modern apartment.
1026 Vaughn. No. 2. Call 668-6203. C23
FOURTH GIRL needed for two months.
New apartment. $40 a month. 761-
4594 after 9:00 p.m. C31
WANTED-Fourth girl for apt. in U.
Towers. Available Dec. 21. Contact
Linda Schober, 663-3011, Apt. 14L. CA
Rent Your TV from NEJAC -119w. ""h"s ' rFtiVK 5L t____
GE and Zenith portables for only $10 SPINET PIANO BARGAIN FOR SALE - M.G. Midget '65, clean.
per month. FREE service and delivery. Wanted: Responsible party to take over Tom Jones, 665-6885, 4:30-5:30 p.m. -3993
Phone 662-5671 NOW. F low monthly payments on a spinet . B46 o
piano. Can be seen locally. Write Your number for QUICK, ACCURATE
WAKE UP SERVICE-Have your phone Credit Manager,-P.O. Box 276, Shelby- - 1966 YAMAHA 250 cc, 1800 miles. Candy AND EXPERIENCED manuscript and
ring at any designated time-day cr ville, Indiana. Xl red. $520. 663-6797. B47 thesis typing, transcription-medical.
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE---------- ---------- -- ---- -------------- legal and technical conferences;
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN. PINK PEARL drum set. 4 drums, 21 TAPE RECORDER mimeographing: offset; ditto; litho-
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE, ride cymbals, hi-hat. Call John, 764- i Four track, two speed, stereo tape re- graphy; varityping and composition.
665-8871 (24 hours). F 0619. X6 corder in mint condition. Call Vic
_- - at 665-6181. BF AA PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
IT' GTTNG IGERHEP-AN EDASSOCIATES. INC.
IT'S GETTING BIGGER! H ELP WANTED BEATNIK-COMPOSER to sell 25 year 334 Catherine
do it for Hank - . .old Cable baby grand piano, now that
FF1ELI STUDENT Needs Tutor in English. autumn has come. Make offer. CALL: - - - -_-_----
-- -- _ --- - -- Will pay $100 for 4 weeks service: 9 761-5198 7-8 .m D PETS AND SUPPLIES
F.B.I. BLACKLIST. DOOUMENTED. hrs./wk. 761-4976 evenings. H40, __ET ANUP E
"The F.B.I. Security Affair" - - ------ ---- ------- HONDA SUPER HAWK, has new pis KITTENS-FREE cute. 761-3280 after
Bob MarshalIs-Overbecks BE IN THE heart of India, Pakistan, tons and rings. $450. 665-6601. B33: KT
-l -- -- - -or exotic S.E. Asia without leaving five. T5
BIESAN SOOER Ann Arbor and giving 'up studies. MSELNOSLS N O N
BI K ES A N D SCOOTE R S"TheCenter fordSouth & South East" -MISCELLANEOUS LOST AND FOUND
° - ern Asian Studies needs part timeI
SUZUKI Scrambler Now in Stock. secretarial assistants; flexible variable F RATE RN ITY & SOROR I TY ON SIDEWALK between Aud. B and
World's fastest 250 Street Scrambler, hours varied and exciting work. Apply diag, on south side of Angell Hall-
12 month or 12,000 mile warranty, in person to room 130 Lane Hall, H41 BANQUETS Heirloom ring, gold, 3 rubbies, set
' . 4I i n +II i n iiU .rv vy nu s
THE 13 PUMPKIN Carolers thank the
girls on the Hill for making our
Pumpkin Caroling a success. May the
Great Pumpkin watch over you al-
RANDY and his dog "Smudge," In the
round at SMITTY'S Friday. F13
PLEASE, Nancy and Bob, come and
visit me while I'm still smiling.-
SUPPORT the 1966-1967 INTRAMURAL1
ice-cart championships. Don't let
your house be aced out by the IN-
crowd. 665-9281. F8
PORCH PLAYERS present a workshop
in IMPROVISATION-10-12 noon Sat.
Nov. 5, 2528 Frieze Bldg. Anyone
interested in or observing the "im-
provs" is welcome. F14
YOU enter alive; you leave living at
SMITTY'S Friday night. F
HEAR the wild music of BOB FRANKE
at SMITTY'S Friday. F12
UNTIL AMERICANS stop killing and
being killed in Vietnam; A silent vigil
every Wed. noon on the Diag. to ex-
press our sorrow and our protest.
Join us. P
By Electrolysis. 663-0680. F34
ON SIDEWALK between Aud. B and
diag, on south side of Angell Hall,
heirloom ring, gold, 3 rubies set
vertically with 2 pearls. Substantial
reward offered; immense sentimental
value. Please help!! Call 665-5720,
0012: happy 19th.-John. F19
For sale-Two tickets to the Toronto
Symphnny. Call 761-3471 after 5 p.m.
DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS thai
speak your love to those who say: "I
do" Austin Diamond, 1209 S Univer-
sity. 665-7151. F2
LIKE A LITTLE EXTRA CASH? Let
THE MARKET help you make money,
List your services like typing, iron-
ing, and babysitting with us. It',
free from UAC and SGC. Call 665-
3303 or write Student Offices, Union
MEAL JOB available. Phone George,
SICK of Sunday Pizza? Don't fight it.
Switch! To Hillel Deli House-Sun-
days at 5:30. F20
HOW TO BE A DELI LOVER-Call 663-
4129 for reservations and come this
Sunday at 5:30 to the Hillel Del;
House and enjoy two Kosher Cornec
Beef or Pastrami Sandwiches. LIVI
swinging folk singing, pickles, soda,
and even potato chips. $1.00 mem-
bers, $1.25 others. F11
JAY the Cockroach Pt I Ch. 2, As of
yesterday, Jay was in Jennie's apt,
and all of a sudden a flash of light
over-came him. What was it. Yes it
was the x-r-t wavetube shooting over
him. What was he to do? FB
GUYS and GALS get ready for the
dance in the Union featuring the
ROYAL COACHMEN on November 11.
it's the best in the industry. See
them now at Suzuki Cycle Center,.
4040 Washtenaw. 761-2650. Z
DETROIT DRAG winning Suzuki X-6.
100 plus m p.h. 764-2717. Z46!
BSA '60 GOLD STAR (500cc). Must sell.
Best offer. 663-9467. ZF:
1965 HONDA HAWK. Excellent condi-
tion, just tuned-up. Must sell, Call
HONDA 305. Superhawk. Exe. cond. CallC
Fred; evenings, 668-9755. ZC
YAMAHA YDS-3, '66 250cc. Excel. cond.
Best offer. Call Shefferly at 761-1345j
or 665-3567. Z34
Let us do your fall tune up and over-
haul work. Fast efficient service.
Genuine replacement parts used.
UNIVERSITY MOTORCYCLE SALES
211 E. Ann
Bridgestone Cotton and Hodaka
HONDA 50 Sport, 1400 miles, excellent
condition, best offer. Cali 761-5785.
1964 HONDA Super Sport. Good cond.,
must sell. 663-1173. ZlI
BLACK Suzuki X-6 HUSTLER. Only 950
miles. Only $598. 662-4100. ZA
from 50 cc. to 305 cc.,
including the unbeatable YL-1
twin cylinder Yamaha.
NICHOLSON MOTOR SALES
MASTER and DOCTOR of SCIENCE IN
NUCLEAR ENGINEERING: Financial
aid available for Engineering and
Science Majors for study in Nuclear
Engineering. Fellowships, trainee-
ships, and research assistantships
available.nFor information write:
Chairman, Dept. of Nuclear Engineer-
ing, University of Virginia, Char-:
lottesville, Virginia. H37
STUDENTS NEEDED todistribute ad-
vertising material on campus, 2 or3
hours per week. Unlimited earnings.
Ph. 761-6816 bet. 5:30-7:00 p.m. H39
WARM-HEARTED baby sitter f or 2
charming children, Tues. and Wed.
mornings or your hours. Grateful
mother near campus, offers good pay.
Call afternoons, 665-7259. H38
PAID PSYCHOLOGICAL subjects want-
ed at Mental Health Research Insti-
tute. Call Pam Liggett, NO 8-7516,
Mon.-Th. 7-10 p.m. H24
EARN FREE TRIP TO EUROPE
One of the largest and oldest firms
dealing in European car travel seeks
campus representative. Must be seri-
ous, enterprising; preferably married
graduate student, European travelled.
Send resume and reasons for apply-
ing. CAR-TOURS IN EUROPE, INC.
555 Fifth Ave. N.Y. 17 (212) PL 1-3550.
EVENING EMPLOYMENT PART-TIME
WORK. 5 persons will be selected on
basis of written test and personal
interview to be trained to do SPECIAL
INTERVIEW WORK. $160-240 per
month to those who qualify. Call Mr.
Rood for appointment. 9:30 a.m. to
For your dinner meetings, dances, or
banquets . . . excellent food and ac-j
ommndations for up to 140., Reason-
ably priced. Call Manager, Huron Mo-
tor Inn, HU 3-1771, Ypsilanti M
vertically with 2 pearls. Substantial
reward offered; immense sentimental
value. Please help!! Call 665-5720.
LOST-Black wallet, last Thurs. Need
desperately, contains valuables. Call
John Miller, 665-9379. A4
RIDER WANTED to Buffalo. N.Y., this SUBLET 3 or 4 vacancies on campus.
weekend. Leaving Fri. after 10 a.m, Available 2nd semester. 761-2738. C18
to return on Sun Call Marty. 761-3187. --- - ---______
ORRENT SUBLET SERVICE
Open now: We have apts. for rent or
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY-Apt. space rent them for you. 1217 S. University
for two men in four-man unit. Con- 3across from Campus Theatre),761
tect House Manager. 406 Packard or_3688._ _ _
Call 761-4156. C17 WANTED-GIRL to live in an attrac-
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY - One bed- tive apartment next semester. 911
room apt. New, furnis ed, air-cond. Oakland. Call 761-2388.022
Priced for 1, 2 or 3 people. Call 662-
7961 afternoons and evenings. C46 317 EAST ANN
iJust remodeled spacious one-bedroom
1 MAN NEEDED for 4-man apt. $65'mo., apartment with brand new furnish-
721 S. Forest, No. 403. Call 761-9246. ings and wall-to-wall carpeting.
C28 Also modern redecorated two-bed-
ONE GIRLtosaremoder }- room apartment with excellent hos-
NEED ONE GIRL to share modern 4- pital location.
man apt. 1015 Oakland, Apt. 2. 662- CAMPUS MANAGEMENT INC.
8506. C29 CMU AAEETIC
Call 663-6052. If no answer call 662-
MALE FOREIGN graduate student seeks 7787. 013
roommate for a 2-man apt. Close to - - --
campus. Available immediately. $60 WANTED-2 MEN for a large, modern
per month. Call 665-7340. C30 apartment near campus. $62 per
month. Call 761-9327. C24
will be dropping
Let's plan a
Don't forget. Apartment 7
IF ANYONE sees the UGH! today,
please wish him a happy 21st birth-
BETSY, The ghost of the great pump-
kin slept soundly upon your pallet,
wrapped in the purple vines of the
most sincere pumpkin patch. F21
Has Genuine LEVI'S Galore!
For "Gals and Guys"
"White" and 5 Colors
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing-$7
Sta-Prest Slim Fits-$5.98
(All Kinds of Colors)
Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
122 E. Washington
CAMPUS movers and delivery. We spe- LOST-PAIIR of tortoise shell sun
cialize in small jobs, any where and glasses on Thurs. or Fri. near Diag.
time. Call 663-6629. J13 $3 reward. 764-5634. A5
".. Sterling and
.........~. .~ fro $3.004
( Jat 41
BAYS Arcade Jewelry Shop
16 Nickels Arcade
Engnerin, usies, conmis, ccuntngan
i IkXTOO e+T. AVM^T. TZATO 'QDt^DADATT&-%WQ I
ISS CLAL - --AIR --REPARATIONS -Triumph, Yamada, BMW- 12 noon, Tues. thru Fri. 761-1488. H35
available at:22S.Frt 6 -79
VILLAGE APOTHECARY WANTED - STUDENTS TO WORK
1112 S. University Ave. -_ -___ SHORT HOURS AS NURSES' AIDES
F46 USED CARS IN A NEW 103-BED EXTENDED-CARE
___________ -- - - --FACILITY. GOOD WAGES. FREE
WANTED-Tickets for the Illinois game 1958 FORD - Good shape, dependable. MEALS, EASILY ACCESSIBLETO
this Sat., Nov. 5. Call 761-6547. FD Best offer. Call Dan, 665-7643. N26 THE CAMPUS. PHONE 761-3070. H33
in Claims, Supervision,
and Data Processing.
will be hield by
appointment at your
Placement Office on
*Watch this paper for
time and place.
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Engineering, Business, Economics, Accounting and
Political Science Majors:
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Exciting Career Development Program
for information call
Tickets are available
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We will enrich you for letting us
teach you what the world will be
like in 1979. (it's an experiment
on computer- aided decision-mak-
You can embark on one of the most challenging
and satisfying careers ever offered to a college
graduate, a Civil Service appointment with the
Maritime Administration of the U. S. Department
The Maritime Administration-we call it
"MARAD"-aids development of the American
merchant marine to carry the nation's water-
borne commerce during peacetime and serve as
a naval and military auxiliary in time of war or
MARAD Engineering Opportunities
Engineers of the Maritime Administration partici-
pate in design and construction of new ships,
improvement of existing ships, and maritime
research (basic and applied) and development.
Among the better-known recent products of
these activities are the Nuclear Ship Savannah
and the advanced Hydrofoil Ship Denison. Soon
to come (perhaps with your help): new concepts
in port operations, shipbuilding, ship operations,
and advanced vessels, such as "surface effect"
Engineering Work-Study Scholarships
To meet current and future engineering needs,
MARAD has developed a specialized program
for individuals who have earned their BS degrees
in Naval Architecture, Marine, Electrical, or
Mechanical Engineering, ora closely-related field.
Our work-study program combines classroom
and on-the-job training. It is designed so that you
may earn credit toward a master's degree in the
fields named above besides gaining the diver-
sified experience and proficiency that will lead to
positions of maximum responsibility in minimum
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mally completes the requirements for a
You may earn promotions twice during the
work-study program, from GS-7 to GS-9 after a
year's service, then to GS-11 upon award of a
master's degree or its equivalent. And through-
out the program, in addition to full salary and
Federal Civil Service career benefits, you will be
reimbursed 100% for all educational, transpor-
tation and associated expenses.
Starting salaries for Engineers in each grade:
GS-7, $7,729; GS-9, $8,479; GS-11, $9,538. Sub-
sequent promotions are earned in keeping with
the employee's demonstrated fitness to take
Management Trainee Program
Business, Accounting, Economics and Political
Science graduates are urged to investigate
MARAD's Management Trainee Program. Par-
ticipants undertake 12 months of concentrated
training in one of these major program areas:
Budget and Management, Comptroller, Contract
and Procurement, Government Aid, Personnel
Management, Program Planning, Public Informa-
tion, Ship Operations, ADP, and Maritime Pro-
Trainees work on actual projects under guid-
ance and supervision of qualified management
personnel, attending staff conferences and meet-
ings to learn about management considerations
governing the day-to-day operation of the Mari-
time Administration. Beginning as GS-7 or GS-9
(depending on educational level and experience),
the Trainee is promoted to GS-9 or GS-11 and
assigned to a regular position at successful con-
clusion of the program.
Startino salaries for Management Trainees in
Requirements and Salary
1. Male, upper classmen or
2, Must be available from 7-
9:30 p.m. on Nov. 8, 10,
15, and 17..
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