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Daiy Classufieds
Call 764-0557-Monday thru Friday, 10 A.M.-1 P.M.

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NEWS PHONE: 764-0552
BUSINESS PRONE: 764-0554

Tuesday, June 3, 1969

Arn Arbor, Michigan

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_4R RENT
SUMM4ER SUBLET in -NYC. lg. apt.
low rent, convenient, safe location
Writes Susan Hecker, 140 E, 17 St.,
N.Y., N.'Y. 10003. C25
FAMILY WANTED for 3 bdrm. com-
pletely furn. house. June 25-Sept, 1
$300 total including utilities. 769-
2463. 622
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed for fall
8 month lease. Own bedroom. Call
769-4584 nights. C22
BEDROOM, kitchen privileges. $15/wk
Near campus. 769-2406 after 5. 9021
COUPLE - Furnished entire 1st floor.
609 Hill. June 1st. $150. Call NO 2-0368
or NO 3-6522. 4Ctc
AVAILABLE FOR FALL Occupancy-4
man a.pt.. 2 blocks from' business,
school, 3 blocks from law school. Call
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AN AUSTRALIAN AIRCRAFT CARRIER cut an American
destroyer in two during SEATO sea maneuvers yesterday;
More than 70 of the 350 crewmen of the USS Frank E. Evans
were listed as unaccounted for. No casualties vwere reported aboard the
carrier, Melbourne,
The collision occurred in the South China Sea, 650 miles south-
west of Manila. Shipq of SEATO were participating in the exercise
"sea sprint."
* * *
JAPAN'S FOREIGN MINISTER KIICHI AICHI yesterday
launched another effort to regain control over Okinawa, site of
the largest U.S. military base in the Western Pacific.
He reminded President rNixon thatnuclear weapons would be a
major obstacle to agreement on Okinawa.
In bringing up the nuclear question, Aichi said the government of
' Prime Minister Sato is anxious to solve th. question of setting a date
for Okinawa's return to Japanese rule by the time Sato arrives in
mid-November for meetings with Nixon.
The reminder came during a 30-minute White House meeting
between Nixon and the Japanese diplomat. Secretary of State Rogers
is scheduled to meet with Aichi during the next three days.
Besides Okinawa, there was discussion of U.S.-Japan trade and
Investment problems, and the question of security in the Pacific area.
Japan is seeking the return of the island by 1972.
C1 , PRESIDENT NGUYEN VAN THIEU of South Vietnam de-
nounced antiwar critics last night.
Thieu said that antiwar critics are presenting the Vietnam al-
lies with more difficulties than the war on the battlefield.
These critics are inadequately informed, Thieu said, and con-
trasted them with the unity displayed by the Communist camp in
backing the National Liberation Front and the North Vietnamese.
Although Thieu did not say, so, it seemed apparent that one of
Ctc the critics he had in mind was Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.)
- who has been increasingly critical" of the war recently.
* * *

Council
createss
(Continued from Page 1)
The resolution maintains that
the ultimate goal in the city "must
be fair and just enforcement of
the law. We have no time to lose."
Harris said that last year "the
city had no incidents of conflict
between members of the commun-
ity and its police force. This year
we've already had two and I think
it should be looked into."
One of the incidentsbinvolved
the arrest and alleged beating of
H u m a n Relations Commission
staff member R a y Chauncey.
Chaunchey was released, and the
officer involved, Wade Wagner,
resigned f r o m the Ann Arbor
police department. Washtenaw
County Sheriff Douglas Harvey
subsequently hired him as a dep-
uty.

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Communists

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The other incident involved the
arrest of two black residents who
were charged with hindering, ob-
structing and resisting police, a
high misdemeanor. Both men
were released after a special ses-
sion 'of Ann Arbor District Court.
The committee includes Robert
Banks, former recreational adviser
at W. J. Maxey Training School
for boys; law prof. Luke Cooper-
rider, former chairman of the Alain P
student publications board and
former chairman of the Ann Ar-
bor Citizens Council; John Feld- FACES CONTROVERSY:
kamp, director of University
housing and former third ward
councilman; Rev. Russell Fuller,
minister of the Memorial Christ- JaL/ 111 i
ian Church and past chairman of4
the Human Relations Commis- (Continued from Page 1) . C
sion; Fred MacDonald, a local sion of the issue was a waste of D
black attorney and member of the time because SGC will never ac-
board of the NAACP; Sally Vinter, cepthany part of the provision. c
supervisor of the Washtenaw The ad hoc committee begaii a B
County Community Mental Health year ago to rewrite sections of the P
Center; and Dr. Albert Wheeler Regental bylaws in order to im- r
of the Medical School, state chair- plement the recommendations of r
man of the NAACP. the Hatcher Commission Report r

boycott
PARIS - - The Central
Committee of the powerful
French Communist party call-
ed on Its followers yesterday
to abstain in the June 15 run-
o f f between Georges Pompi-
dou and Alain Poher to suc-
ceed Charles de Gaulle as
president of France.
The party's decision made elect
tion of former Premier Pompidou
virtually certain.
Communist leader Jacques Duc-
los finished a strong third in the
f.irst round of -the presidential race
Sunday.
In the run-off between the two
top-placed candidates, Po he r
would have needed the full-heart-
ed backing of the Communist vote
to have a serious chance of vic-
tory.
Following a meeting of the Cen-
tral Committee, Duclos denounced
both Pompidou and Poher as "re-
actionaries" and said the Com-
munist party called on all its fol-
lowers to refuse to vote in the run
off.
"No improvement is possible
with either of them," Duclos de-
clared. "Either of these two candi-
dates will mean the deterioration
of social conditions and the con-
Stinuation of policies which have
been rejected."
The Communist decision is cer-
tain Isto increase the pressure on
Poher to withdraw.
Poher defiantly declared early
yesterday he was determined to
fight "to the bitter end," but tie
Communist decision and pressure
from, some of his'own supporters
may make him change his mind.
Despite Poher's defiant posture,
the first hint that he might con-
sider withdrawal came from Bert-
rand Motte, vice president of
Poher's own Centrist party. In ef-
fect, he indicated that Poher
might withdraw if Pompidou pub-
licly endorsed some of the Cen-
trists' election platform.
Poher 'met yesterday with his
staff to consider the consequences
of the Communist decision and
announced that he would hold a
news conference today "to outline
his themes for the second-round
election campaign."
He has until Thursday to make
a final decision on whether to stay.
in the race.

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NORTH VIETNAM said yesterday that the Vietnam policies
advocated by the Nixon administration would lead to maximum,
casualties to U.S. troops.
The North Vietnam military daily, Quan 'Doi Nhan Dan, said a
survey of a few "U.S. pressure operations" recently suffices to show
the disasterous results' such a policy has brought to the U.S.
The prime objective of the U.S. now is to avoid bigger losses to
their forces the newspaper said, and this is not only a military re-
quirement, but also a very urgent political requirement.
* * *
GOV. NELSON ROCKEFELLER headed for New York yes-
terday saying he .would continue his fact-finding mission to Latin
America despite rioting.'
"I have every intention of, seeing this -thing through to the end,"
Rockefeller said as he finished up the second leg of 'his mission with
Venezuela dropped from his itinerary.
He said that a militant, anti-American minority was behind the{
violent reactions to his tour.
Fearful of massive disorders, Venezuela asked Rockefeller to post-
pone his visit indefinitely.
Violence has marred seven of the nine stops Rockefeller and a
team of experts have made on this trip for President Nixon.
kEW JERSEY VOTERS will pick candidates for governor in
a primary today,
Six Democrats and five Republicans are vying for their party's
nominations in the primary.
In the Democratic primary, the front runner is former Gov. Rob-
ert Meyner. He is a lawyer and is considered a conservative.
His main challenge is from Rep. Henry Helstoski, who has the,
endorsement from the New Democratic Coalition, a group that backed
Sen. Eugene McCarthy last year.1
The present governor, Richard Hughes, a Democrat is barred by
law from seeking a thirde consecutive term.
Representatives William Cahill and Charles Sandman Jr. are the
favorites in the Republican race. Cahill is a moderate while Sandman

-t released
on the Role of the Student in
Decision-Making.
The student-faculty study was
commissioned by then President
Harlan Hatcher after the student
power movement of 1966, and it
recommended student involve-
ment in all levels of decision-
making.

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Doctoral Exams
David George Falconer, Physics, Dis-
sertation: "Large-Angle Antiproton-
Proton Elastic Scattering," on Tuesday,.
June 3 at 10:00 a.m. in 618 Physics-
Astronomy Building, Chairman: Daniel
Sinclair.
Robert Willis Butman, Education
Dissertation: "The Effect of Different
Stategies for Use of the Demonstration
Project on the Diffusion of Sqcial Prac-
(Continued on Page 4)

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* balcony
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* storage and laundry facilities
* off steet parking .
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Day Calendar.
Mental Health Research Institute
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GENERAL NOTICES,
Registration Assistants needed. Apply
Room 119 L.S.&A. Building 8 - 11:30
a.m. and 1 - 4:30 p.m. daily.
Summer Piano Concert Series: Per-
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become ushers for this series of piano
concerts, which is to be presented in
Rackham' Auditorium during the
month of July, may do so at the Box
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June 5th from 7 p.m. to 8 pm. A list
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