THE 11CHIG4N DAILY
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For Direct Cl assified Ad Servi+ej Phone NU 2=47
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday,cand Saturday 9:30 'till 11:30 A.M.
TV-Emerson 17" table model. Exe. re-
ception. $35. Call Ted, 2-4074. B82
FOR SALE: 1957 36x8 Marlette house
trailer. 2 bdrm., full bath. Exe. cond,
Parked on a 3 acre lot and may re-
maln. Must sell. NO 2-4180' after 6
PIANO -- Standing square-good rose-
wood finish- needs tuning- under
$30. Call Starkweather-NO 5-4969.
Veed Television sets for only $29.95.
H, P. JOHNSON & CO.
209-211 S. Fourth NO 3-4124
MOVIE CAMERA Canon ZM8. F14,
w/case. Trans. radio, 0&1 Trs. All
brand new. Bargain. Call NO 3 -2684 or
leave message with NO 3-4288., B76
LEICA M3Wand acc. As new. Best offer.
NO 3-8126. B77
FOR SALE: Webeor phono. Mahogany
cabinet. Brand new diamond needle.
1~original price. Lawyers Club. Rm.
CHRISTMAS TREES at Mrs. Kate Ban,-
drofchak's place-Pontiac Road and
Long Shore Drive. B74
17" TV. Excellent condition. Cheap. NO
HANDKNIT COCKTAIL DRESS. Blue,
slie 10. or 12. Distinctive.' NO 5-5644.
HAND-MADE Norwegian Sweaters,. the
leading designs in many colors. Call
NO 2-0864. 1388
EXPENSIVE DIAMOND WRIST WATCH"
with diamond band. Will sacrifice. NO
CHRISTMAS SALE of used and antique
jewelry. Reasonable; Phone NO 2-2697.
WOMAN'S Raccoon Coat, size, Medium.
Very good cond. $20. NO 3-5355. B49
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Snapshots between Nat. Set.
and Markley. Call 5226 Markley. A81
LOST? To find yourself try the Michi-
gan Daily. Just find a telephone and
dial NO 2-3241. A3
FOUND: 30 weeks (a full school year)
of interesting, newsy reading. This
was found on the Diag June 6, 1960,
and the owner is wanted desperately.
Please call NO 2-3241 for information~,
and find a year's DAILY subscription
as a reward (only $6.50 too). A2
NEEDED: Ride to New Brunswlgk,. N.J.
or vicinity on' Dec. 16 or 17. Joan
_Seitz, 4415 Markley. 023
WANTED: :Ride to Greeley, Coo. (or'
Denver or Cheyenne, Wyo.) on or
about December 16. Call NO* 2-7229.
WANTED: Rider to Dallas on or after'
-Dec. 17. 4334 Markley. NO 5-7711, G20j
WANTED: Ride to or near Indianapo-
lis, Ind. on Dec. 16. Call NO 3-1561,
Ext. 866. G2
WANTED: Riders to Los Angeles. 022,
Call NO 3-4158
Special weekend rates from 5 p m.
Friday till 9 a.m. Monday
$12.00 plus 8c a mile. Rates in-
clude gas, oil, insurance.
514 E. WASHINGTON ST.
* TRUCKS AVAILABLE
CONGRADS James Boyd Pants III on
your recent pinning to Sue P. Our
warmest regards for alAong union.
F2THIS IS THE chance you've been Wait-
ing for--you can't afford to miss t!
Organizing meeting for HILLELZA-
POPPIN Inter-Fraternity and Sorority
skit (coed!) tonight at 7:15 at Hillel,
TONIGHT) TONIGHT! won't be just
Tonight's the organizing meeting for
writers, production people, and cos-
tumners, all for HILLELZAPOPPIX.
Tonight, Dec. 8, 7:15 at Hillel. F21
REGISTRATION for ACWR Work Sym-
posiumn today and Fri. In Fishbowl,
FREE-Thursday night at 8:00 in Rack-
ham Au~ditorium. ':15
WE URGENTLY NEED HELP. "Anyone'
having knowledge of the activities of
Diana Paton within the past two
years please contact us. NO '3-9537 and
NO 2-5283. P16
CACIQUE, Feliz Anniversario, MI Vida.
Join the DAILY and see the world -
through an Associated Press' Teletype
Machine.. Fl I
THE CAFE PROMETHEAN now has a
new weekday menu =- lower prices
with plenty of atmosphere, good
music. Why not visit us " )n your next
coffee date? P198
SHELLEY RUTH is smiling. But why?
Ext. 141 Lloyd. F185
TO ALL JANUARY GRADUATES; Any-
one interested in being student
speaker for January graduation, con-
tact Bob Radway at NO 5-5547 or
Jim Agnew at NO 5-9422. P178
ATTRACTIVE, clean apartment on iriv-
er 1 z miles fromI campus. Applica-
tions taken from young married cou-
ples. Phone NO 3-51264 C95
TWO BEDROOM partly furnished
house. Newly decorated at Whitmore
Lake. GE 7-9613, C94
FOR RENT-Single room for gentleman.
In best southeast residentia~l section:.
Phone NO 8-6171. 93
NEED A HOME for +Christmas? 4 spa-
cious roomns, entire first floor. At-
tractively furnished. For 3 or 4, $50,
each per month. NO 2-0144. C92
WHITMORE LAKE: 8 room, furnished
house overlooking lakes Nice "condi-
tion. Very reasonable. Lease available.
HI 9-4502. C88
HOUSE-2 bedroom. New oil furnace.
Newly decorated. Furnished or unfIur-
nished. $75 per month. Off Highway
23 between Ann Arbor and Brighton.
EL 6-8995. C025
'41 CADILLAC. 4 door, dark green. Exc.
cond. $650. Make offer. NO 2-5919
weekends or after 8 P.M. N95
DRIVE HOME this vacation in a '58"
Fiat 600. Exc. cond. Phone NO 5-5928
eve., or see at 1450 Washington Hgts:
By original owner. Pine condition.
Four - door" sedan. Six - cylinder..
Standard shift.. Power, steering.
Radio and heater'. $1100. Call° NO-
'55 CH1EV., 6 cyl. standard trans. Excell.
cond. $400. Call NO 5-5133. N88
1960 HILLMAN Convertible, call Jack
after 7:* PA 1-1176. N89
'54 MERC 2-door automatic. Good con~-
dition. Winterized. $300. N~o 3-1085
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95
39c; shorts 69c; military supp
SAM'S STORE. 122 E.Washtn
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSC
C-TED STANDARD SERI
Friendly service is our businef
Atlas tires, batteries anld accei
Complete Automotive Service-
products and services guarant
"Yuexpect more from !Stand
and you get it."
1220b South University
FOR FRUITCAKE, EGG NO(
whatever your special holiday
might be-Come to
709 Packard NO3
CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTI
STUDENT PERIODICAL AGE2
TIME--1 yr. .........~...
LIFE-1 yr. .............
SPORTS ILL.-1 yr.,....
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Handsome Gift Card. Seni
Order now- pay later
Call No 2-3061
REWEAVING-Burns5, tears, mnot]
rewoven. Let us save your c
Weave-Bas Shop. 224 Nickelsj
AAA EXPENSE SEATTLE
Absolute best deal Las 'Vegas; Phoe-
nix, California, St. Louis.
AAA NATIONWIDE D3RIVE-AWAY
8900, Gratiot, Detroit WA 5-2070
WANTED: Dishwasher for Zeta Beta
Tau. Contact Dave. Kerp or Nick Sack
at NO 3-8508, H37
BABY SITTER WANTED: -two small
children-mornings or afternoons dai-
ly, NO 2-7453. H36
FULLTIETPN and general office
position available at Follett's, 322
South State- Street. Full time appli-
cations only. 1135
STUDENTS AND YOUNG WOMEN,, 18
years and over to work part time:
9 4.m.-1 p.m., 1 pan -5 pm. or 5 p.m.-
9 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Telephone inquiries
from our office, Salary. For Interview
call NO 2-5698. H7
TUTORING -and translating, German.
Russian, French. Call NO 3-9575. HH7
HOUSEWORK WANTED - Experienced,
dependable person. NO 2-9782. 1H11
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MGs: '48 and '58.
Call NO 8-7159.1
arcade jewelry shop
16 nickels arcade
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POTTERY and COPPER-ENAMEL
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'TOYS AND GIFTS FOR ALL
Western Auto Associate Store
119 E. Washington
Open Monday through Friday 'til
L'41 '14 Featherw
ox, ca.). we
taxes to dud
NATURAL COLORS (100% wai
0 White. 0Sa to 0 grown Six,
PWA M P.O. Box 37-
mvcu ow! GOVE, et..
IULRICH'S BOOKSTORE 549 E. University I
back GIFTS FOR mXNGBD, Dunhill, Co-
prices. moy, Charatan. Give him a fine pipe Make GRIN LLSoS.l
B75 for Christmas. The Pipe Center, 1217
S. University. your headquarters for th
e GUITARS. UKULELES, BONGOS - BS-n troH-i
University Music House, 340 Maynard.,eeiin
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR THE
lieoWHOLE FAMILY Headquarters for
Alieo hou~sewares for the lady of
the house. MAGNAVOX, RCA,
Tools and some sporting goods for ZENITH, etc.
mink. thma. Sleds and skates for the children.
"". comn MUEHLIG AND LANPH4EAR GR I N NELL' S
eight (4 311 S. Main NO 2-3277 323 S. Main NO 2-
ngm. ,--- __________________
euita For Your Christmas! New 8mm
aeb JUST RECEIVED ZOOM MOVIE CAMER
aehebW.) with through-the-lens viewing'
l:GRANCu built-in electric eye exposure me
)RTS FM Tuners only $19.95,
iRSFM Radios from $29.95 PURCHASE CAMERA SF"
AM-FM Radios from $39.95 1116 S. University NO 5'
at the RECORD PLAYERS, RADIOS --
LIBERTY MUSIC, SHOPS up. University Music house, 340
417 E. Liberty NO 2-0675 niard.
211 S. State NO 8-9013
COME TO MORRILL't
DOU YOUR CHRISTMAS adseorfn eeto
SHOPPING NOW, n e u ieslcino
Domestic Pewter, Crystal, Bone China SOIL TA ONR
Ornaments, Paper and. Ribbon for' your Christmas Gifts
C~ards Imprinted -- 24-hr. service
Mailing Service, Decorative Kitchenware Choose from Crane's and Eator
Chafing Dishes, Wall Plaques America's finest. Give the gi
Westmoreland Milk Glass, Cocktail Sets your recipient will enj~oy-and
Hummell Figurines, Stuffed Animals MORRILL'S
VAN DYKE' GIFTS 314 S. State NO 3-
215 East, Liberty NO 3-1319
___________________________He'll love 'to get an
FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS: OFFICIAL MICHIGAN R
New 17" Portable TV from $99.95 fo
New Portable Automatic Stereo BURR,~1PATTERSON, & AUILD (
from $37.77 (offiigial Michigan jewelr)
Clock Radios from $18.77 1209 'S. University NO 8-~
Transistor Portables from $18.77 P.S S will she.
Tape Recorders from $79.95 Br-
H. P. JOHNSON & CO. PS owl h. Br-at
209-211 5. Wourtli No, 3-4124 PS owl h. Br-at
The perfect Christmas Gift. A Daily
reminder of you for far away loved H .O.
one.live them a subscription to the
Michigan Daily. Can be mailed ANY Electric Train
WHERE. Call NO 2-3241.
ELECTRIC ORGANS $545 up.n Pianos, Ony$ 09
five nationally-known brands, $4753
up. Open every evening. Ann Arbor
Piano and Organ Co., 213,E. Washing-
ton, NO 3-3109. Beaver's Bike and Hardw
A-1 New and Used Instruments 805 Church NO 5-
BANJOS, GUITARS and',BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan PhoneNO248
PAUL'S MUSICAL; REPAIR N
119 W. Washington NO,2-1834K for Classified Advertis
CORP ORA TION
are creating a climate conducive
to significant scientific achievement
presented by Michigan Union
offered to -
Students,'Faculty, and Families
"Essentially, this corporation will he
people-people of the highest quality.
The United States Air Force recog-
nizes that men of great scientific and
technical competence can perform a't
their best only wh~en they can exercise
their initiative to the full under lead-
ership which creates the climate for
creativity. We expect Aerospace Cor-
poration to provide that kind of
SECRETARY 0of THE Aia FORCE
Among those providing their leader-
ship to this new non-profit public
service corporation are: Dr. Ivan A.
Getting, president; Allen F. Donovan,
senior vice president, technical; Jack
H. Irving, vice president and general
manager, systems research and plan-
ning; Edward J. Barlow, vice president
and general manager, engineering divi-
sion; and Dr. Chalmers W. Sherwin,
vice president and general manager,
These scientist/ administrators are
now selecting the scientists and engi-
neers who will achieve the mission of
Aerospace Corporation: concentrating
the full resources of modern science
and technology on rapidly achieving
those advances in missile/space systems
indispensable to the national security.
The functions of Aerospace Cor-
poration include responsibility for:
advanced systems analysis; research
and experimentation; initial systems
engineering; and general technical
supervision of new systems through
their critical phases, on behalf of the
United States Air Force.
Aerospace Corporation is already
engaged in a wide variety of specific
systems projects and research pro-
grams-offering scientists and engi-
neers the opportunity to exercise their
full capabilities, on assignments of
unusual scope, within a stimulating
Immediate opportunities exist for MS
and PhD candidates completing require-
ments in engineering, physics, and
mathematics, and interested in:
* Theoretical Physics
* Experimental Physics
* Inertial Guidance
* Propulsion Systems
* Computer Analysis
* Applied Aerodynamics
* Space Communications
Those capable of contributing in these
and other areas are invited to direct
their resumes to:
Mr. James M. Benning, Room 135
P.O. Box 95081, Los Angeles 45, Calif.
New York June 21
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