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WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Asks Soviet Retribution

WORLD NEWS ROUNDUP:
Stock Market Dips Amid Foreign Unrest

By The Associated Press
BUCHAREST, Romania-Soviet
Communist Party Chief Leonid I.
Brezhnev threatened swift retri-
bution yesterday for any further
escalation of the Viet Nam war
by "American interventionists.-
Addressing the Romanian Corn-
munist Party Congress, Brezhnev
pleaded for worldwide Communist
unity and said such unity is es-
sential to defend the world against
imperialist aggression."
Chinese Communist Party Sec-
retary-General Teng Hsiao-Ping:

sat stonily through the speech
and conspicuously failed to join in
the frequent applause from more
than 2,000 delegates crowding the
convention hall.
Necessary Assistance
"The Soviet Union, together with
the other Socialist countries, has
given and will give the necessary
assistance to its Vietnamese
brothers in the battle against ag-
gression," Brezhnev said. "There
can be no doubt that any attempt
to extend aggression will meet with
an ever more united and resolute

AFTER CALM WEEK:
Mortar Fire Breaks
Dominican Peace
By The Associated Press
SANTO DOMINGO-A cease-fire that had lasted more than a
week was shattered yesterday when more than a score of mortar
shells crashed into the rebel zone in downtown Santo Domingo.
One 16-year-old bride was killed and two other people were
wounded in the barrage, rebel and U.S. military spokesmen reported.
The rebels charged that forces of the Dominican military junta
lobbed the mortars into the zone over U.S. lines.
Commodore Francisco J. Rivera Caminero. chief of the junta's
armed forces, denied his troops fired the mortars and said they
probably came from a dissident
7 I rebel faction inside the rebel zone.

rebuff on the part of the socialist
states. And if, contrary to common
sense, the American intervention-
ists are going to launch out into
new adventures, they will feel the
force of our unity and cohesion on
their own backs."
Without referring directly to the
Soviet-Chinese conflict, Brezhnev
described the need for Communist
unity as "the main question which
preoccupies Communists through-
out the world today and on which
our subsequent victories depend to
a greater extent."
In Saigon, meanwhile, Defense
Secretary Robert S. McNamara, re-
leasing a summary of his long-
awaited study of the Viet Nam
war, said, in substance, that the
situation is "serious," but "not all
black."
"Over-all, the situation con-
tinues to be serious," McNamara
told a news conference on the basis
of his field trips and Saigon brief-
ings in the last five days. "As a
matter of fact, in many aspects
there has been deterioration since
I was here last, 15 months ago.
but the picture is not all black by
any means."~
McNamara skirted the issue of
how many U.S. servicemen may be
added to the 75,000 or so already
on duty in Viet Nam.
"Based on my observations and
discussions here, we will be making
a report to the President at some
time within the next few days," he
said.
Other Action
In Toyko, meanwhile, a corre-
spondent, for Peking's New China
News Agency claimed yesterday
he got a close view of the vital
U.S. air base at Da Nang in South
Viet Nam and reported:
' I could not help laughing
scornfully at the U.S. aggressors
who boast that their base was im-
penetrable."
The Americans, he wrote in an
agency dispatch, are "sitting not
in an impenetrable fortress but on
a veritable powder keg."
Across
Campus
WEDNESDAY, JULY 21
1:30 p.m.-The Audio-Visual
education center will present a film
preview entitled "Wild Highlands
and Scotland" in the Multipurpose
room of the UGLI.
4:10 p.m.-The History of Art
Department will sponsor a lecture
by Prof. John Jacobus on "Manet
and the Italian and Spanish Tra-
ditions," at Aud B.
8:00 p.m.-The Department of
Speech and 'the University Players
will present Peter Shaffer's "The
Private Ear and The Public Eye"
in Mendelssohn Theater.

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-The stock market
became upset yesterday-appar-
ently over international develop-
ments-and skidded to a sharp
loss.
It was the steepest decline since
June 28. Brokers said the market
was jittery over the Viet Nam
situation.
The slide accelerated during
the afternoon following Soviet
Party Chief Leonid I. Brezhnev's
threat of swift retribution if
there is further escalation of the
Viet Nam war by the United
States.
Losses of key issues ranged to
$2 and $3 a share and there were
steeper falls by some of the higher
priced, more volatile stocks. The
decline spread through virtually
all groups of stocks.
The Dow Jones average of 30
industrials fell 11.47 to 868.79. Of

1,374 issues traded. 937 advanced
and 226 declined.
LONDON-The House of Lords
reversed itself yesterday and vot-
ed to approve the end of capital
punishment in Britain.
Only twice since the war, in
1948 and 1956, the Lords had
overridden the House of Commons.
This time the Lords, by a margin
of 100 votes, gave approval in
principle to a House of Commons
bill ending hanging. The vote was
204-104, an unusually large turn-
out for the lords.
But the bill still must go through.
a committee stage in the Upper
House when amendments may be
tacked on.
ATHENS - Nearly 100,000
Athenians cheered George Papan-
dreou Monday night as he drove
through the Greek capital to
pledge a "relentless struggle" to
regain the premiership.

He accused King Constantine of
exceeding the royal authority by
firing him.
Reliable sources said the new
government had put the Greek
army on the alert.
* * *
WASHINGTON - Discussions
are under way at Saipan on the
possibility of Hawaii annexing the
Trust Territory Islands of the
Pacific, Sen. Hiram Fong says.
Saipai, in the Marianna islands,
is headquarters of the territory.
The Hawaii Republican told the
Senate Monday the islands have
a population of some 87,000. The
islands are under a United Na-
tions trusteeship, and the United
States is administering them.
CAPE KENNEDY--Two Sentry
satellites were blasted into the sky
yesterday and headed for outposts
in space where they will guard the
United States against any viola-
tions of the nuclear test ban treaty.

FIDEL CASTRO

Berkeley,
Defendants
Rejiect Bans
BERKELEY (/P)- Probation
terms that would prohibit partici-
pation in "sit-ins, walk-ins, stand-
ins or lie-ins" for varying lengths
of time have been rejected by 15
defendants in the University of
California sit-in trials.
Another 17 of the 62 defendants
sentenced Monday said they want
time to think over the probation
terms set down by Berkeley Muni-
cipal Judge Rupert Crittenden.
In the next two weeks Judge
Crittenden is to sentence 591 more
defendants arrested on charges of
trespassing, resisting arrest, or
both, in the Berkeley campus ad-
ministration building sit-in the
night of Dec. 2-3.
Most of the 62 who faced Crit-
tenden Monday received fines of
about $150, suspended jail sen-
tences and probation.
The demonstrators occupied
Sproul Hall to protest what they
considered infringement on their
right of free speech-in the form
of political advocacy-by the uni-
versity administration.

A U.S. spokesmen said 21 shells
were fired and identified them as
81mm. This is the size normally
used by junta forces.
The mortar shells began falling
shortly after Ellsworth Bunker,
chief mediator in the crisis, re-
turned to Santo Domingo from
Washington to resume peace ne-
gotiations at the head of an Or-
ganization of American States
(OAS) team.
Both the OAS and United Na-
tions missions launched an in-
vestigation into the mortar at-
tack.
Bunker, U.S. ambassador to the
OAS, spent four days in Washing-
ton reporting to the OAS and con-
ferring with President Lyndon B
Johnson. While he was gone, the
negotiations were at a standstill.
Both the junta and the rebels
had expected him to return with
formulas for breaking the dead-
lock.
The key to the deadlock appears
to be what to do with the military.
The junta chiefs of staff insist on
remaining in control of the armed
forces. The rebels want them to
resign. In addition, the rebels
want permission for their own of-
ficers to return to the armed
forces.
Traditionally in the Dominican
Republic those who control the
military also control government.

HesitationI
Blamed For
Bay of Pigs
WASHING'TON (1') - Heavy
bombing of Fidel Castro's air fields
would have given Cuban refugee
invaders "a damned good chance
of success" at the Bay of Pigs, a
former Central Intelligence Agen-
cy official said.
Richard M. Bissell, Jr., who
was in charge of planning the
1961 invasion for the CIA, made
the comment in a copyrighted in-
terview published yesterday by the
Evening Star.
Ends in Disaster
U.S.-trained and equipped Cub-
an exiles landed on the southern,
coast of Cuba on April 17, 1961,1
in an invasion designed to topple
Castro. It ended in disaster two
days later, when the invaders ran
out of ammunition and supplies.
Bissell told Star Staff Writer
Orr Kelly an administration de-
cision to call off a second sched-
uled air strike because of criti-
cism from around the world might
have made a critical difference in
the outcome of the invasion.
"If we had been able to dump
five times the tonnage of bombs
on Castro's air fields, we would
have had a damned good chance,"
he said.
Bissell, interviewed in Hartford,
Conn., where he now is an execu-
tive of United Aircraft Corp., said
people involved in mapping the
assault miscalculated the chances
of keeping U.S. participation a
secret.
Impossible
It became obvious to all
that what was being done in Cuba
could not have been done by an
unaided exile group," he said.
Historian Arthur M. Schlesinger
Jr. had reported Sunday that the
late President John F. Kennedy
was skeptical about the invasion
plan right up to the time he gave
the final go-ahead.

LOST AND FOUND
LOST OAT: White with touches of
black. If fou ndeail 665-7962. A13
HELP WANTED
WANTED-3 sharp salesmen, guaran-
teed salary. Phone Mr. Roberts, 761-
0866 from 10 a.m. til noon. H16
WANTED-Part-time typist who can
spel. Write: Ron Paul, P.O. Box 1936,
Ann Arbor, Mich. H15
RESIDENT MANAGER-Man, Woman,
or couple for new 142 apt, building
in Ann Arbor. Standard Resident
Manager duties plus kitchen, dining
room supervilsons. Tenants are active
older people. _ Salary commensurate
with experience and large elegant apt.
with utilities paid. Position open in
August. Write c/o Michigan Daily.
420 Maynard, Box 25. H13
CpED, ROOM & BOARD in exchange
for babysitting, pleasant home, walk-
ing or bicycling distance from cam-
pus. Call NO 2-5831. E19
WAITERS IN CLUB, male (2), clean cut
students, 5 ft., 9 in. minimum. Good
opp. for rest of summer. Phone 3-4743.
Contact most certain after 9 p.m.
H9
ROOM, BOARD, laundry, TV, phone,
private bath, in exchange for helping
mother 5-8 p.m., 6 days, extra baby-
sitting avail. 4 children, no house-
work, near campus. NO 5-5990. H14
ELEMENTARY VIOLIN teacher wanted.
Call Copi at 665-7561 or 764-0552. H5
21-25 YR. OLD GIRL TO LIVE with
handicanped college student in fall.
Room and board. $50 a week. Mayfair
6-5298. H34
FULL & PART TIME
$100 and Up Per Week
$50.00 PART TIME;
$100 FULL TIME GUARANTEE
PLUS SCHOLARSHIPS
International Corp. has opening for
delivery, display, and public contact
work, car needed, training provided.
For interview, 4:00 p.m., Thurs.,
SAB, Rm. 212. H7
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$6 for Rh positive; $7 and $10 for Rh
negative. Hours: Mon., 9-4; Tues.,
9-4; Fri., 7-1. 18-21 years old need
parent's permission. Detroit Blood
Service, new location, 404 W. Mich-
igan, Ypsilanti, Mich. H29
These positions are currently being
listed with the CLEARING HOUSE
ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL
NURSES
ADMINISTRATIVE
CLERICAL

FOR RENT
FOR FALL-New studio, 1 and 2 bdrm.
apts., bi-level, balconies, fully turn.,
air-cond. Call 668-8723 or 665-8330.
FOR RENT FOR FALL-2 bedroom
apt. Ideal for 3 or 4, furn. Call 665-
8330. C54
WANTED-Fall, modern apt. opening-
To share with three other coeds on
Geddes. $50 per month. Write R.
Kitzinger, Box 58, Menominee, Mich.
C52
FOR RENT for fall-4 man house, on
campus, furn. Call 665-8330. C15
MISCO
2-3-4-5-6 man apartmente
best apartment selection
best apartment locations
best variety in rents l
contact
MISCO MANAGEMENT, 6123S. Forest
NO 5-4658 or NO 5-2367
C53
CHARTER REALTY has a few select
luxury apartments for fall, 4-5
people. Call 665-8825 for appointment.
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY
We are looking for an aggressive mar-
ried graduate student who would be
interested in property management
while going to school. If you are
business oriented and feel you have
the qualifications necessary for the
responsibilities involved, please call
665-8330 or 668-8723. C16
711 E. ANN
110 N. THAYER
3, 4 and 5 man spacious completely
modern furnished apartments, some
air-conditioned. Wall-to-wall carpet-
ing, disposals. One block to Rackham
Building and St. Joseph Hospital.
August occupancy.
Campus Management
662-7787 Eves. & Sun. 663-9064
C22
Apartments Galore
FOR FALL-2, 3, or 4 man apts. from
$150-$200. Campus locations, new
buildings.
PATRICK J. PULTE, INC.
214 E. Huron
NO 5-9405
C
ROOM FOR RENT-723 Packard, near
State, near everything. Quiet, clean
place to live and study for working
man or grad, hot shower, no cooking.
N EW-CAMPUS-FALL
2-3-4 MAN UNITS
Several new buildings available.

FOR RENT
CAMPUS-Large furn. apts. $180 to
$250. 662-2197 days, 668-8601 evenings.
C44
WANTED-Graduate to share mod. lux.
apt. of three girls. Call Dolly, 665-
4342 or 764-4J55. C51
SUMMER SUBLET

MODERN 2 bdrm. apt. furn., TV,
campus. 526 Packard, No. 202.
7253.

KING CONSTANTINE

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 10:00 'til 11:30 A.M.

near
665-
U54

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ORGANIZATION
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Nniversity Lutheran Chapel, Book
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tor Scheips at 10 p.m., at University
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Michigan Union.
National Band Conductors Conference.
--Registration, School of Music, 8 a.m.
Institute on Urban and Regional An-
alysis-Michigan League, 8 a.m.
Band Conductors Conference Recita
-Bob Rosengarden, percussionist: Re-
cital Hall, School of Music, 9 a.m.
Band Conductors Conference Recital
-Frank Panico, trumpeter: Recital Hall
School of Music, 10:30 a.m.
Audio-Visual Education Center Film
Preview-"Wild Highlands" and "Scot-
land": Multipurpose Room, Undergrad-
uate Library, 1:30 p.m.

Band Conductors Conference Recital Saturday.
-Sam Denov, trumpeter: Recital Hall,
School of Music, 2:30 p.m General N oties
Band Conductors Conference Concert French and German Screening Exami-
-Belleville High School Band, Edward Ftinsh ercreening at in
Downing, conductor, Schooi of Music, nations: 'Ihe screening examinations in
4 c tm. French and German for Doctoral candi-
Sp.m. dates will be administered on Thurs.,
July 29 from 3-5 p.m. in Aud. A, Angell
Band Conductors Conference Concert Hall. Doctoral candidates must pass the
-Belleville High School Band, Edward screening examination before taking the
Downing. conductor: Ann Arbor High written test in French or German, un-
School Footbali Field, 7:30 p.m. less theyhave received B or better in
French 111 or German 111. Those who
Dept. of Speech University Players fail the examination may take it again
Production-Peter Shaffer's "The Pri- when the test is administered in Sep-
vate Ear" and "The Public Eye"': Men- tember.
delssohn Theatre, 8 p.m. Box office Candidates are asked to bring their
open 12:30. Tickets $2 or $1.25 tonight own No. 2 pencils.
and Thursday, $2.25 or $1.50 Friday and (Continued on Page 4)

FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for IIB.
5-man, Forvm Apt. Call after 5:00
weekdays, 663-2085. U28
2 GIRLS WANTED to share mod. apt.,
central air-cond. included in rent. 3
biks. from campus. 662-7110. U49
MOD. 2-MAN,Bair-cond.:apt. 736 Pack-
ard, No. 203E1 after 7:30. U21
CAMPUS APARTMENTS;
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY AND FALL
LEASING - TIFFANY II - Duplex,
townhouse, air - cond., luxuriously
furn., wall to wall carpeting. For
groups of 2, 3 or 4. Call btwn. 10
a.m. and 2 p.m., 663-8866. U3
HOUSES FOR SALE
HOMES FOR SALE by owners, listed
with The Clearing House, 662-6574,
9 a m.-9 p.m. every day. No commis-
sions on sales as we are not a broker.
X
WANTED TO RENT
FOR SCHOOL YEAR-Large three or
four bedroom house. Not necessarily
on campus. Willing to pay. Call Copi
at 665-7561 or 764-0552. L8
WANTED-HOUSE (or part thereof) to
rent fal and winter terms, with 7-11
rooms incl. a kitchen. Call Ed Her-
stein or Bob Hippler at 764-0552. L7
GARAGE-Near Brookside Apts., Ply-
mouth Rd. and Broadway. For one
car. Write Box 8, Michigan Daily, 420
Maynard St.. Ann Arbor. L
MISCELLANEOUS
RALPH wants to wish Judie Warren
a Happy 21.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
open every night 'til 12
MADISON AVE.
- APARTMENTS
320 EAST MADISON
One & Two Bedrooms
Close to campus
air-conditioned, carpeting
built-ndkitchens, parking
August Occupancy
Contact
MISCO MANAGEMENT, 612 S. Forest
665-4658 or 665-2367
M3
USED CARS
'64 VW. BLACK. 662-8449 EVENINGS.
FOR SALE--One '61 Falcon. Body bad,
mechanically sound, 50,000 miles.
Make offer. Call 662-8257. N
1964 CORVETTE, Datona blue, white
top, AM-FM, 300 h.p., 4 spd., posi-
traction. Call 761-0277, after 6:00. N39
1964 CORVAIR Spyder convertible,
white top, ight blue, loaded with
extras. Call 662-3779. N34
FOR SALE-1463 VW, gulf blue, 11,000
miles. Truly excellent condition.
$1150 or best offer takes it. Call 668-
8337 or 764-1489. N26
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED to Gary, Ind., leave
after noon, Friday. Call Gail, 764-0554;
evenings, 764-5868. 027
TUCSON OR INTERMEDIATE STOPS-
Riders wanted for departure about
August 4th. Call 668-8723. G26
RIDE WANTED to New York. Can leave
Friday after 1 in the morning. Must
return Monday before 5 p.m. Willing
to share costs. Call NO 2-8257. G24
RIDE WANTED to or from Silver
Spiings, Md., anytime this summer.
Cali Lynne Tucker, 761-0488. 022
AVIS RENT A CAR
514 E. Washington
663-4156
Special low weekend rates Friday
afternoon 'til Monday before noon.G{
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES

PERSONAL
DEAR DAVID - Still accident-prone.
Today I stepped on my contact lenses;
Smashed! ALMOST miserable enough
to cut my hair (however . . .) F1
LOOKING FOR EXCITEMENT THIS
SUMMER? Fun & Games? Interesting
people? Then join The Michigan
Daily Business Staff. Stop in and ask
for Judy. F13
ROOMMATE to share beautifully furn-
ished, new modern apartment-pool,
priv. parking, rec. facilities. $60 per
month. Call 483-6100, Ext. 2724. Lo-
cated at 1001 E. Univ., Ann Arbor. P51
AUSTIN DIAMOND-"The best buy on
an Engagement Ring in Ann Arbor."
1209 S. University. 663-7151.
HAPPY 21
JUDIE
THREE GRAD. women need a fourth to
share new, furnished apartment for
fall. Great location. $62.50 each. Call
Charlotte at NO 3-3948. F44
ATTENTION DAILY SUBSCRIBERS
Don't foraet; bills must be paid or
grade will be withheld. F33
BUDDY-
Today's the day! F
FOLKSING
by the League Fountain
Wednesday night, 7:30.
Song sheets provided.
Bring guitar and friend.

THE PERFECT PET-Free kittens.
663-9506.

Call
P28

BEL AIR APARTMENTS
815 S. MAIN
NEW & MODERN
1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments
some with balconies
close to campus
air-conditioned, carpeting
built-in kitchens, parking
August Occupancy
Contact
MISCO MANAGEMENT, 612 S. Forest
665-4658 or 665-2367
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I PROMISE for the second time:
I will not look.
July 20, 1965
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HELP
IF YOU HAVE an outstanding bill at
The Michigan Da ily PLEASE MAKE
PAYMENT by July 20th or grades
will be withheld'.
HELP US PLEASE???
Audrie P
RENT YOUR TV from NEJAC

GE and Zenith portables for only
per month. FREE service and
livery. Phone 662-5671 NOW.

$10
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662-6574, 9 a~m.-9 p.m. every day.
fees as we are not an agency.
BIKES AND SCOOTERS

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JOIN the fun world of HONDA. Econo-
my performance and dependability
from $253. See them at HONDA OF
ANN ARBOR, 3000 Packard Rd., 665-
9281. Z
SEE IT NOW - The '65 Yamaha with
the revolutionary new oil injection
system. No more fuss or muss.
NICHOLSON MOTOR SALES
223 S. First
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4.25
"White," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"

418 E. WASH INGTON
On Campus-Half Block from State
WASHINGTON
MANOR
NOW LEASING
FOR FALL, 1965
Apts. for 3 Men
ONE BEDROOM & STUDIO APART-
MENTS, LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED,
AIR - CONDITIONED, BALCONIES,
SOUND-PROOF CONSTRUCTION.
Only 1 Bdrm. Apts. avail.
FOR APPOINTMENT
CALL NO 8-6906
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UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
... Furnished Apartments
... August Occupancy
... On Campus-South U at Forest
... Apartments for Four People
... Weekly Maid Service
... Coin Laundry
... Compartmented Baths with

IF YOU HAVE an outstanding account
at the Student Publications Bldg., It
MUST BE PAID BY JULY 20th or a
University credit will be placed. This
includes Michigan Daily Subscrip-
tions, Classified & Display Advertis-
ing and Generations Subscriptions.
Thank You F34
Meet the Right Person
The purpose of our organization, using
established techniques of personality
appraisal and an IBM system, is to
introduce unmarried persons to
others with compatible backgrounds,
interests and ideals.6Interviews by
appointment. Phone 662-4867.
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
FOR SALE
HONDA SCRAMBLER, 2709 miles, excel.
cond. $595. Call 668-8723. 343
FOR SALE-Olympia portable typewrit-
er, international keyboard, 8 months
old. $45. Call NO 2-8257. B35
FOR SALE-Yashika LM, double reflex,
light meter, will throw in flash gun.
$22. Call NO 8-8257. B37
FOR SALE - '61 Falcon, big engine,
stick. Damaged fender. Mechanically
good. Extras. $300 or best offer. Call
NO 2-8257. B36
OLD ELM ANTIQUES for the discern-
ing collector. 723 Packard near State.
B17
FOR SALE - 1965 Austin-Healey 3000
MKIII. All extras. 10,000 miles. $3300
or best offer, will sell immediately.
Call 665-2378 between 5:30-6:00. B5
BUY AND SELL THROUGH
The Clearing House
A listing service for privately

DIAL 8-6416
REMARKABLE
FILM:"
-Lif* Magazine

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Cord. SLIM-FITS-$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing
Asst'd. Colors-$6.98
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S
For Gals and Guys
"White" and Colors-$5.98
LEVI JACKETS
Blue Denim-$5.49

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