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Daily Classifieds
Call 764-0557-Monday thru Friday, 10 A.M.-1 P.M.

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NEWS PHONE: 7640552
BUSINESS PHONE: 764-0551

Thursday, June 5, 1969 Ann Arbor, Michigan Page Three

FOR RENT
LARGE ROOM with half-bath for single
female. Cooking facilities, garage,
good location, extras, no lease! Cheap!I
Call 761-2914 at 6 p.m. C22'
3RD FLOOR private bedroom and bath.
8 minutes~ from campus. University
employee or older female student. NO
2-2936. No smoking. C22
CAMPUS. For the summer or for the
yeat. 4-5 bdrm, house, 2 baths, fully
furn., dishwasher, washer and dryer,
avail. immed. 665-5225 or 449-5084.
C24
HOUSE on Prospect needs roommates,
male or female, single. or married.
662-6831. f'C21
AVAIL. JUNE 15. furn, carpeted, wood
panels. 3 rms. in old house. Fenced
in yard, barbecue, close to campus..
$150, 761-0411 7-9 p.m.. C23'
FRESHMAN male law student seeks
roommate for fall' to have own bed-
room in luxury apt. 2 blks from Law
Quad. $112.50/mo. or find another to
share bedroom. Call Laurel at 668-
6171 and leave message. C21
SUMMER SUBLET in NYC. 1g. apt.,
low rent, convenient, safe location.
Write 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-
3463. 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 Occupanoy-4
man apt., 2 blocks from business,
school, 3 blocks from law school. Call
769-2608. 280tc
ROOMMATE WANTED-Girl to share
apt. 320 S. Division. Call 663-0398.
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$8.50 per month
761-1945
Free same day delivery and service,
New 19"' portables
018
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Large, 2 Bedrooms
Fall Rentals--668-6906
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FOR RENT

Albert Terrace
1700 Geddes
Now renting for Fall
Extra large 2 bedroom bi-levels
Fully carpeted and furnished
3-5 man. Featuring:
" dishwasher
" 1, baths
" balcony
" sound conditioning
* storage and laundry facilities
" off street parking
Stop.by and see resident manager in
Apt. A-7 1-5:30 p.m. Man.-Sat. or
phone 761-1717, Charter Realty.
29Ctc
MAN TO SHARE 2nd floor of house. 2
man, 2 bdrm. No lease. $67.504 409 W.
Madison. 665-9605. 7018

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news today
by The Associated Pr ess and College Press Service

NOW RENTING
FOR FALL
Choice Apartments

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Foxcroft, 815 S. State
Packard 'Plaza 917 Packard
University Plaza, 608 Monroe-
Bel-Air, 815 S. Main
Oak Terrace, 908 Oakland
Athena, 508 S: Division

Ann Arbor Trust Co.
Property Management Division
106 S. Main 7692800

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736 Packard
731 Pack~ard
316 E. Madison
Choice 1, 2, 3, and 4 Man
Large,;rnodqgrn, furnished, free parking,
sundeck, air┬░conditioned, laundry,
storage, central antenna, vacuums,
garbage disposal, balconies. Interest
on security deposit. TV and dish.
washer rental available.
Ambassador Company

736 Packard

761-7982

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Fall Occupancy

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Modern four-m'an
Furnished
Air-conditioned
Wall-to-wall carpeting,
Covered parking
$240 per mo. includes heat
and water

Campus Management, Inc.,
335 E. Huron 662-7787
Cte
BLAND NEW
SHORE VI EW APTS.
Features large 1 and 2 Bedroom
furnished and unfurnished apart-
ments.
Unfurnished apts. start at $147.50.
Apartment includes Hotpoint color-
ed appliances plus dishwasher, dis-
posal and, air conditioning. Fully
carpeted and draped. Storage area,
washing facilities, parking and
swimming pool. All utilities includ-
ed except electricity. Immediate
occupancy. Phone 761-3998 or 665-
0057. Offices 426 or 414 Kellogg,
corner of Broadway and Pontiac
Trail to the end of Kellogg. 011
FALL RENTALS
1111 S. State
2, 3, & 4 MAN
Modern, well kept, furnished, air con-
ditioned, privately owned--References
,,,,Ask our tenants.
One & Two Bedrooms Available
Call 1-864-3852
or 1-353-7389!
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FALL RENTALS
721 S. Forest
101 N. Ingalls
905 Oakland
Modern 2 bedroom apartments-rent in-
cludes heat, water, and ,parking.
Office at 347 Maynard
Call days 663-6052 or 769-1258
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Super Slims. . . .$6.00
Pre-Shrunk
Dungarees ......$6.50
Now Levi Denims
for Gals.. . . . .$6.00

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FALL
1, 2, 3 bedroom apartments with air
conditioningk and dishwasher. Some
are bi-level with 1% baths. Excellent
campus locations.
Charter Realty
1335 South University
6685-8825
23Ctc
'CAMPUS-1 BLOCK
418 E. Washington
Modern-Furnished-Large 1 Bedroom
apts. for 2 and 3 students.
Fall Rentals NO 8-6906
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Phone 484-1210
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Available Fall
761-7600
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SEVERAL INCENDIARY BOMBS were dropped by an n-
identified airecaft into the courtyard of Haitian President Francois
Duvalier's palace in Port-au-Prince yesterday.
The fires set by the bombs were quickly put out and the plane
was driven off by the Haitian defense force.
The population seemed to remain calm during the brief attack
and later a crowd formed at Duvalier's palace in what was described
by gove'nment offilcals as a show of support for him.
The attack came about 48 hours after the Central Committee
of the Haitian Communist party was broken up.
A plane dropped several bombs over Port-au-Prince in May 1968
in what proved to be the prelude to an abortive invasion of Haiti.
Two days later the government said it had smashed a 35-man
force that had been landed by plane near Cape Haitian.
UNION LEADERS are fighting an attempt of the Nixon ad-
ministration to launch an investigation of Mafia manipulation of
vast private pension funds.
The $100 billion controlled by the funds has become "a prime
target for takeover . . . infiltration and maniulation by organized
criminals," Atty. Gen. John Mitchell charged.
The administration has requested $2 million to hire a 130-man
investigative staff.
The AFL-CIO is lobbying against the proposal. Organized labor
is "concerned about the implications of the pension investigation
proposal," AFL-CIO Legislative Director Andrew Biemiller said. He
didn't elaborate, but the possibility was raised that the planned in-
quiry might extend beyond pension funds to other union activities.
SURVIVORS of the USS Frank E. Evans said yesterday they
had no warning before the Australian carrier Melbourne cut their
ship in two in the South China Sea.
Navy investigators talked for the first time to some of the 199
survivors. They were told of acts of heroism among sailors and a
lack of panic aboard the crippled stern section in the terrifying mo-
ments after the collision. The bow section, containing the 74 lost
crewmen, sank.
MEANWHILE, ecretary of Defense Melvin Laird yesterday urged
an urgent review of assignment policies of the armed forces after
learning of the loss of three brothers in the disaster.
Laird instructed Asst. Secretary of Defense Roger Kelley to
report by June 15 concerning revision of the assignment policy and
how the assignment of members of a single family to the same ship
or unit can be prevented.,
SIGNS OF DISUNITY within Communist ranks multiplied;
yesterday as party leaders gathered in Moscow for a summit
meeting.
While the Russians hope the east-west meeting will give new
unity to the world movement, rumblings from some Western Com-
munist delegations including Italy and Great Britain indicate things
might not go as smoothly as the Kremlin would like.
The world conference, which opens today, will consider a basic
document drawn up over the past year by a special preparatory com-
mission. Keyed to a call for Communist unity against imperialism,
the document sidesteps such issues as the Soviet-Chinese split and
last August's Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, Communist sources
report.
The document has never been made public.
Communist-ruled nations boycotting the conference include
communist China, North Vietnam, North Korea, Albania and Yugo-
slavia.
* * * *
ARGENTINA PRESIDENT JUAN CARLO ONGANIA asked
his cabinet to resign yesterday, a government source said.
The source said that besides the five cabinet ministers, 20 govern-
ment officials were also asked for resignations. It was the second such
request in Ongania's three-year administration, apparently designed
to free him to cope with student-worker violene.
At least 20 have been killed and hundreds arrested in rioting that
began May 15. Rioting in industrial Cordoba left 14 dead last week.
BYO
Mother Music presents '
THAX
Friday June 6 9 P.m.
and
THE GEYDA
Sat. June 7 9 p.m.
two far out mother bands

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FT. ORD, Calif. R) - The two-month
long court-martial of 14 Army privates, ac-
cused of mutiny for their sit-down at the
San Francisco Presidio stockade, goes to
the five-man trial board today with the
defense suggesting the Army also is on
trial.
A final argument rebuttal by the prose-
cution was scheduled to start at this morn-
ing.
The trial board deliberates verdicts in a
court-martial.
"Please don't over-react for the sake of
our Army and for the sake of our nation,"
Capt. Emmitt Yeary told the five-man
panel during his defense sum-up.
"We have a very strong system and we

dec ision
don't have to be afraid of men such as
these who are immature and sick."
Terence Hallinan, the civilian defense
attorney, compared the two-montsold trial
here to the Dreyfus case in France in 1895.
He said the French army in sentencing
Capt. Alfred Dreyfus to life on Devil's
Island for treason "over-reacted and cre-
ated a national scandal."
Hallinan said the defendants' act in sit-
ting on the grass and singing last Oct. 14,
instead of going on stockade work details
"was a cry for help, not an attempt to
overried awful military authority.
"There was no intent to mutiny .
They were trying in an insane sort of way
to restore lawful military authority."
Hallinan said the defendants and 13
other prisoners who took part in the sit-
down were trying to bring to the attention

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-Associated Press
WAYNE COUNTY AUDITOR Richard H. Austin announces yes-
terday that he will seek the Democratic nomination in Detroit's
mayoral primary.

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KILLS THREE:

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Explosion damages,
secondduPont plan t
CARNEYS POINT, N.J. (PA)-A those four were anywhere near the
thunderous blast that "looked like center of the blast.
an atomic explosion" rocked the The blast that sent dense black
sprawling E. I. duPont de Ne- clouds of smoke hundreds of feet
mours and Co. explosives works in the air destroyed the blending
yesterday, killing at least three plant, wrecked numerous s m a 11
persons and injuring dozens of frame structures scattered, over
others. the site, and knocked out power

enters- Detroit
maorlcontest,
From Wire Service Reports
Richard H. Austin, Wayne county auditor announced yesterday
he will enter the mayoral primary and try to become Detroit's first
black mayor.
Austin, offering the city "a new era of understanding, a climate
of conciliation, and cooperation," outlined a 10 point program that
would hopefully bring black and white citizens together.
The Wayne .county auditor is the first major black candidate
for mayor in Detroit's history.
Austin promised to improve relations between the black com-
munity and the police, encourage more low cost housing, end bick-
ering between the city administra-
tion and town council, and work
to help the ,money-starved public
schools. \IIFB ras
Austin emphasized the imme
iate importance of leading "city
government out of its deepening
financial crisis" and finding the C h icago
"resources to improve life for the
poor, the hungry, the ill-housed,
and the jobless."
Referring to the recent mayor-
alty race in Los Angeles between
incumbent aSm Yorty and de- CHICAGO (P)-Federal agents
feated black Councilman Thomas raided the headquarters of the
Bradley, Austin said the will not Black Panthers. early yesterday
"engage in a racial campaign or morning, arrested eight people,
engage in character assassination, and sized weapons and ammuni-
and I challenge my opponents to tion.
make the same pledge." About 35 FBI agents raided the
Austin will face at least three two-story headquarters on the
major white candidates including West Side, at 2350 W. Madison
Major J. Cavanaugh, who has not St.
said whether he "will run again Marlin W. Johnson, special
after eight years in office,.Com- agent in charge of the Chicago
mon Council President Edward FBI office, said the agents were
Carey, and possibly Councilman seeking George Sams Jr., a fugitive
Mel Ravitz, who has not filed yet. from New Haven, Conn., who is
Austin's ,announcement came charged with murder and kid-
yesterday at a press conference haping.
after another potential candidate Sams was not among those ar-
for mayor, state Senator Coleman rested.
A. Young announced he is asking The FBI agents cordoned off the
for a Wayne County circuit court area around the headquarters and
ruling to make him eligible to run then, using a bullhorn, called on
for the office. those inside to come out. The
Young has filed a suit chal- agents were armed with machine
lenging the state law that has been guns, shotguns, rifles, and pistols.
interpreted as barring a legislator Several took up positions on the
from running for another job dur- roof of the headquarters.
ing his term in office. Johnson said seven people, in-
cluding two women, emerged from
the headquarters and surrendered
without resistance.
ARES *"^'' 'LONGEST DAY' All were charged with harboring
ilia M. thru F. 6 & 9 a federal fugitive and illegal pos-
Sat. & Sun. session of weapons.
SRD..76941300 1:30-4:45-8:00 Sams, the person .they were
charged with' harboring, was
sought on a federal warrant
charging him with unlawful flight
to avoid prosecution for murder.
Johnson said Sams Is under in-
inin dictment in New Haven on charges
of murder, conspiracy to commit
murder, kidnaping arid conspiracy
to commit kidnaping.

of higher authorities unsanitary and over-
crowded conditions at the stockade.
In his statement for the prosecution.
Capt. Dean Flippo argued that nonviolent
acts of the 14 were "just as serious as the
violent kind."
"Any flouting of lawful military author-
ity is mutiny," Flippo said, adding that
evidence showed intent to mutiny over al-
leged grievances.
The sit-down demonstration, when the
27 prisoners huddled in a circle on the grass
and sang "We Shall Overcome" and
"America the Beautiful" came three days
after a guard shot a fleeing prisoner to
death.
The defense argued that the shooting
of Pvt. Richard Bunch of Dayton, Ohio,
was a major factor in the mental stress
of the other prisoners.

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A company spokesman in Wil-
mington, Del., just across the
Delaware River from the 400-acre
facility, said the explosion oc-
curred in an automated blending
tower containing 10,000 to 20,000
pounds of smokeless gunpowder.
A duPont spokesman said all
but four of the approximately 700
employes had been accounted for,
and that there was no indication

and water lines.
There was no fire.
The Carneys Point plant dates
from World War I, and is one of
the oldest facilities of America's
biggest chemical manufacturer.
It was the second explosion in
two days at a duPont plant. Tues-
day a series of explosions rock-
ed the company's chemical plant

in Louisville, Ky.,
persons.

injuring four

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"'Hard Contract' is not only an exciting adven-
ture, it's also a meaningful contemporary com-
ment on violence. A stunning film which should
appeal to the thrill seekers and content seekers
alike. Says a great deal about sex and society
with tautness and taste!"
-Joyce Haber, N.Y. Post

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