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Thursday, June 5, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-O557
Monday through Friday, 10:00 to 3:00

Nixon asks nation

Striker

to reject isolationism arrested

(Continued-from Page 3)
FOR RENT
FALL RENTALS
2 & 3 Bdrm Luxury Furnished Apts.

PERSONAL
BRUCEY
Hello there !; Off to, New York at

PERSONAL
EXPERT TYPING of all kinds of
papers. Call Kathy Kohn at the
iMchigtn Daily, 764-0562 or at home.
~64.-3566. F17

HELP WANTED

LOST AND FOUND

THE STEWART HOWE Alumni Service FOUND: young, black & white male
is hiring recent undergraduate fra- cat. 663-7635. A20
ternity leaders who have public rela- - -- - _-
tions career ambition, for summer FOUND - amount of money. 12171
training toward management of Broadway. Call 665-6949. A20

121 E. Hoover
511NE. Hoover
711 Arch
914 S. State
915 S. Division

665-8330
665.9627
663-5284
769-4759
761-5471

last. A4
a letter
Ralph s

Many of. these units include air cond.,
balconies, dishwashers, laundry fa-
cilities and parking.
Call now to reserve your apt. for fall
27Ctc
ATTENT I ON
FACULTY & STAFF
presenting
CLIFFS ON THE POINT.
Lakeshore Apartments'
12 minutes from campus
See these Award-Winning Apartments
which are truly a carefree year armund
vacation home located on a 5 mile
long lake.
Featuring:
*Fireplaces
Large balconies with storage
Fully carpeted and draped,
Central heat and coolipg
Reserved Carport
* Swimming Pool.
2 and 3 Bedrom'units,
, up to'1650 sq. ft.
*goat Docking
* Rentals from $225 to $465
Model Open Daily:
483-4454
1000 Grove Rd., Ypsilanti.

WATCHI
GIRLS!
ments,
9 p.m.
same de
PAUL MC

4 day vacation-wala! ! Got SUMMER SUBLET branch offices the firm is opening In
r from Mark in fun city. major university communities. Send'
ays Hi again. Write me soon, RM. APT. 4 blocks from central full resume, P.O. Box 1586, Evanston,
F21 campus. Sublet to Aug. 25. Reduced Ill: H21
FOR THE RED A! June 6th. rent, cheap. Call 665-8316. U24 COLLEGE MEN - Looking for summer
F2C 4 MAN furnished apt. $45 each. July & . work? Call 662-9726, 10Htc
Free party with beer, refresh- Aug. 761-5584 after 5 p.m. U24'
and !pent12tH._b__r ehat. CRYSTAL OPTICn Research Inca-Hir-
on. You MUST be 21. Men. NEEDED-one girl to rent air-condi- ing one experienced mechanical tech-
eal, except $1 admission. F22i tioned roomy apartment with swim- technician. Call 663-2481. Hours can
ming pool for IIIB term, Call 769- tec an. CH44
OUGH WINS CAPPY'S RACE; 1328 and bargain. U25 be arranged. 9H14

IN DETROIT 22 WIN OF HIS CA-
REER. GOING TO EUROPE FOR
NEXT 'RACE, P20
GIRL SINGER looking for band-blues,1
acid rock, 769-3612. F25
A HOUSE is not a home without chick-
en soup! -Jan's Pearls
F20;
IF YOU HAVE a darkroom or know !
someone who has one that I can
use, please call Nancy, 761-7718. Wil-
ling to pay if necessary. F20,
SINCE ALMOST all gem diamonds come
from Africa, a brand label for a ring
mounting does- not guarantee thes7
quality of the major diamond in the!
(ring. Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Univ.
663-7151. F1

2 GIRLS, air-cond., 2 bedrooms, patio,
near campus, bigl"'769-4022. U23
1 OR 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES wanted.
Grads preferred. 769-2822 5 p.m.-12.
U2-
ROOMY 4-5 man apt., bilevel, summer.
Will bargain. 761-6258. U22,

SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER
Com-share, Incorporated needs expe-
rienced systems programmers to work
on our time-sharing system. Excel-
lent benefits. For further informa-
tion contact:
Mr. Don Redding
761-4040, Ext. 62
Or send resume to:
Com-Share, Incorporated
Research and Development Division
1353 North Main Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan H22

FOUND-6 ,wk. old black male kitten in
Law Quad. Call 662-0050. A9
-~ FOR SALE
5 PORSCIE chrome rims & hubcaps.
662-5181. B23
1969 SINGER ZIGZAG
sewing machine, slightly used, sews
on buttons, makes buttonholes,
! overcasts, fancy stitches. No attach-
ments needed. 5 year parts and serv-
ice guarantee. Total price $53.20 or
payments of $5.85/mo. Call Capitol
-Credit Manager' 'til 9 pm. If toll,
call collect 1-563-8200. B22
1969 ZIG-ZAG
sewing machine slightly used, blind
hems dresses, darns, appliques, sews
on buttons, monograms, no attach-
ments needed to make button-
holes. Full price $34.70 or terms of
$4.73/mo. Call Capitol Credit Man-
ager 'til 9 p.m. If toll, call collect
1-563-8200. B22
TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS WANTED to Calif leave June
10. Call.764-2328o r69-2O 24 G29

Continued from Page 1)
unilateral reduction of American
fighting forces.
"I am not speaking about those
responsible critics who reveal
waste and inefficiency in our de-
Tense establishment, who demand
clear answers on procurement
policies, who want to m a k e sure
a new weapons system will truly
add to our defense," he said. "On
the contrary, you should be in
the vanguard of that movement:"
Nixon also questioned whether
America can ever be left in peace
if it does not actively assume the
burden of keeping peace.
The rest of the world, he said,
would be living in terror if the
American presence were swept
from the scene.
Chairman J. W. Fulbright of
the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee reacted angrily to the
speech. He said its tone was om-
inous and portions of it w e r e
personally offensive.
Fulbright accused the admin-
istration of hindering a peace set-
tlement by iefused to relinquish
control of South Vietnam.

subcommittee investigating the
military budget and in an im-
promptu news conference , in a
senate corridor.
He said he interpreted the Pre-1
sident as saying America will
continue in its role as a sort of
world policeman.
Counseling
officeset
(Continued from Page 1)
The ad hoc committee which
drafted the office proporal met
with the faculty committee a n d
together set up a course evalua-
tion proposal which was presented'
to Cohen Tuesday. Eisner says Co-
hen has not yet responded to the
proposal.
Eisner says that SEI's proposal
for course evaluation is diff rent
from the system in the literary
college, of which he is highly crit-
ical. He thinks the course eval-
uation system in LSA is "entirely
centered on the good-bad rela-
tionship between student and in-
structor." While he acknowledges
the importance of such 'informa-
tion, Eisner says, "There's m o r e
to be considered."
The SEI proposal provides for a
"really descriptive instrument"
that will provide more infprma-
tion for the student 'and also pro-
vide feedback for the instructors
so they can improve .their courses
and for the administration so it
can review the overall curriculum.
Eisner added he thought the
faculty committee on quality
would send a proposal for over-
all review of the school to Cohen
some time in Septembey.

for drive
Continued from Page 1) /
ant's Union as demonstrated by
the recent arrest of steering com-
mittee member Janet Handy for
soliciitng funds for the Tenants'
Union.
"This is due to the lack of citi-
zen's control over police, which
should be a civilian overseer along
the lines of a democratically run
citizens review board. The incident
in 'vhich a Human Relations
Commission member was hit by a
policeman underscores the heed
for structural change, not just
actions against individual police-
man.
"If the Ann Arbor police do not
apply the law inpartially in the
future and do not prosecute as-
saults against the Tenants' Union
members, Tenants' Union mem-
bers will be forced to defend them-
selves."
f
Sell
POT
iny Daily
C~lassif ieds

ONE MAN EFFICIENCY, avail,
private, near campus, neg.
after 6.

summer,
761-9326
U23'

1 GIRL NEEDED for 1g. 2Cman, own
room. June 28-Aug. 25. Call 665-6976

after 5 p.m.

U21

I MAN NEEDED for 2-man sublethfor
remainder of summer. You'll have
the place to yourself while I'm in?
Europe for 5 weeks. Rent negotiable.1
665-8767. UTC

INSTANT MONEY
(Just add work)

Creativei Phottrrnnhv

WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional LARGE, FURN. 1 bdrm. apt. June 15-
uality at student rates. CalliJohn , Sept. 1. Very near campus. 769-4931
Evans at 769-0868 or 761-3690 after 6 or 763-2225. U20
p.m. for appointment to see portfolio NEEDED: 4th girl for IIIB, luxurious on
campus ant. 665-2774. U221

MEN AND WOMEN
WIDE VARIETYt
WORK LOC
Your choice of dail
REGISTER at Offi
home. No fees char@
EMPLOYERS TEMP{
INC
(An equal opportu.

_____4or -oi t .The Arkansas Democrat said the
NEEDED FOR AIRIDERS WANTED to Northern New President's references to new iso-
OF JOBS AND 'Jersey or New York City Thurs., May lationists, advocates of unilateral
CATIONS 29. leaving 5 p.m. Prefer round trip.diataetndctcsoth
ty or weekly pay-. 1eigfe pre rundt disarmnament and critics of 'the
y or eeklypay. Gall Len after 10 p.m. at 663-4542.
.ce nearest your 7G15 military "offended me very great-
ged. ___y_
ORARY SERVICE, I NEED A TICKET to Europe desper- y"I believe this misrepresents
ately. 'Call 761-7718. 'G22
nity employer) ------ --- - critics such as Symington and my-
ffice PETS AND SUPPLIES self," Fulbright said. "I believe
Detroit -- -- ----~~---- - this is a distortion of what we are
CLAWSON FREE KITTEN-Call 769-2404 T24 saying-we're crftical of the poli-
65 s. Main i-- """--' _®-_ ___ syn-er rtclo h o
CENTERLINE FREE KITTENS to good homes. 7 wks. tical judgments, not the individ-
8561 E. 10 Mi. Rd. Litter trained. 662-1152. T24 ual military."
H27 r Sen. Stuart Symington (D-Mo.),
- ~ USED CARS'

I

C30 u[. azlt a
PHOTOGRAPHER needs female figure 52 Henry
____KE__A __ PHOES"TOGRAPHER ne"714eds fmalie fgure JUNE-Aug., 1 bdrm apt. with darkroom FENDALE
BIE N COES model. Must be reliable. Call Carl ..,.N,, E
Curtis 668-7154 evenings. $100. 769-0531. U22 REDFORD
NICHOLSON'S MOTORCYCLE SALES WANT TO TRAVEL to far-off exotic JUNE-U- - BI 1 g r_ .fr 26117 Grand River
224 S. First, AA places? Like points east from here tg JUNE-AUG. SUBLET-i or 2 girls.for t
Triumph- Yamaha NY or Boston or thereabouts. Leave 761-531afr 6opdm.i2ed17 D: LiveCin
BMW Tawasaki the beg. of next wk-Mon, Tues; Wed. 761-5531 after 6 pm. 27U17 WANTED: Live in
ZTC Call Paul 761-2143, your chauffeur. THREE MEN NEED a fourth roommate ant(s) for al
F22 for summer sublet. Call 769-3874. 8Utc English graduat
'66 YAMAHA 250, ex cond, w/extras. fellow. Start At

n o
St

and daytime attend-
e, partially disabled
e student, teaching
ug. 15. Call 769-0657

Must sell., 665-4663' Z22
HONDA CB 160-1966; mechanic owned,
custom paint job, very clean. call
Chip after 4 p.m. at 769-3184 or 769-
2942. Z23
BSA MK III SPITFIRE 1967, ex cond.,
extra chrome. 483-0014. Z24
1969 HONDA CL 175, warranty, 1,500
mi, extras, $550 neg. Call 761-2330.
Z30
HONDA 150 cc. 1964 in running cond.,
$150. Call 761-7336. "Z27
SUZUKI 1968 250 cc scrambler, like
new. $550 neg. 665-9605 after 6 p.m.
Z22
1966 'HONDA 160 cc., electric starter,
Beautiful condition, luggage rack and 2
helinets included, w250., Call Collect
1-271-1976. 12
Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt-971-4500
"serving U of M since 1963
9Ztc
MUSICAL MDSE.,
IADIOS, REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Electrical-acoustical instruments," re-
pairs, lessons. 209 S. State, 665-8001.
10 a m.-7 p.m. X

WILL PAY up to $100 for Shell coins!
Will also trade, Write Box 7, Michi-
gan Daily, 420 Maynard. F23
CLASSICAL GUITAR and mandolin les-
sons - beginning through advanced.
761-6981. 37F21
BIC PENS for 130?
Room 1528 S.A.B.
28F2C
'63 TRIUMPH TR-4. Good condition.
new top, good tires, body solid--no
r st, fine mechanical shape. $900 or
befit offer. Tom, 761-3812. . FA
CITG'ARETTE fr '30t.. riack?

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t
,
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r

SUMMER SUBLET 1 betw. a.m-noon. E27
Furnished and unfurnished, - air condi- BABYSITTER, reliable mother needed?
tioned. 2 bedroom apartments, park- to sit for 2 -yr. old. 8 a.m.-4:45 week-
ing. Call 663-6052 or 769-1258. 28Utc days. North Campus location pre-
- -_- __- --~-- -- ~- - ferred. 434-1688, H22
AIR COND. APT. July-Aug. Call 663- _ .__ ____44-188__H2
8120. 13U8 AVAILABLE for SUMMER occupancy,
--'- -- -- - 4 man apt., 2 blocks from business
CRYSTAL OPTICS Research Inc.-Hir- school. 3 blocks from law school.
ing one experienced electro-mechani- (Available immediately). Please call
cal technician and one experienced 769-2608. 17Utc
ptical technician. Call 663-2481. 9H14 ?
AVIATION LINEMAN _ Two positions.
SUMMER SUBLETS One 5 p.m.-8 p.m. six days weekly.
Come in and check our listings at: Other all day Saturday and Sunday.
737 Packard Long term employment. Aviation
1- n n 761-8063 lsrsnr rifaa$ hnaRl

62 CHEVY, 6 cylinders, standard trans-
mission, $225. Call 662-2160. N25
66 CHEVY SS factory air, new brakes,
shocks. 1 N. winter. Best offer. 971-
0787. N21
'67 CORVETTE CONVT. - Maroon, 327
CID, 300 H.P. 4 speed, positraction,
AM-FM radio, 4 new tires, repainted
last mo. $3500. Call 769-0374, N24
1954 STICK SHIFT FORD with Faculty
parking sticker. Good about town
transportation, $40 neg. Call 662-
9175 morning or dinner. NTC
1967 BMW 1600 2 dr., Blaupunkt radio,
Michelin tires. Excellent car. Call
668-7097. s N22
'68 VOLVO 144, 5 Michelin X, radio,
17,000, loving care by Estes, Nader's
personal car, teacher-owner, leaving
country. Call Signor Grannatelli, 769-
3386. N22
THIS IS NO JOKE! SAVE $75-$500 the
day you buy her diamond unless you
don't care how excessive thge cost.
Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University,
663-7151. F29
'63 TRIUMPH TR-4. Good condition,
new top, good tires, body solid-no
rust, fine mechanical shape. $900 or
best offer. Tom, 761-3812. NA

a former secretary of the Air
Force, has emerged as a leading
opponent of defense policies.
Fulbright's remarks came in
testimony before a joint economic

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r v>cerui' r sr :ue, pac ! -5 pm, oi tubs ackroun orinterest. PhoneBl
Room 1528 S.A.B. U25 Warwin Twining Aviation, NO 3-
29F2C - ------- '--- 9321. 23H11
- ----- ~---~'- 'f WANTED TO RENT - - _ _ _ _ _ _
FIELD TRIP to USSR (three weeks, -HISTO-TECHNOLOGISTS
t hours undergradate credit o WANTED TO SUBLET: inexpensive apt. CYTO-TECHNOLOGISTS
tional) is being offered by the Un- for couple. June 15-Aug. 665-2119. !
versity's Dearborn Campus, July 445 L21 Needed for immediate employment.
The group, limited to fifteen per- ______ _ASCP registered or eligible. Excellent
sons, will visit places of interest' in URGENT-Coed needs furn, apt. near salary and benefits. Apply Sparrow
Russia, the Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, campus. Willing to share. Today thru ' Hospital Personnel, Lansing, or call
the Caucasus, and on the Black Sea. Aug, 426-8554. L21 collect 1,517-487-6111, ext. 333. 25H16
They will also meet with represents- ---- - ----- - --
tives of government and student so- NEED FURN. APT. June 20-Aug. 7. BUSMESS SERVICES
cieties. For further information con- Send price, description to "Apt"!.._
tact: Prof!. Dennis Papasian, U-M 23906 Edgehill Dr./Beechwood, Ohio STENCILS THESIS, and term papers
Dearborn Campus, 4901 Evergreen Ftd., 44121. L22 typed in my home. 769-5441. Jl
Dearborn, 1VNich. 48 28. Call 271-2300, -- - --- -
ext. 243. 10F17 WANTED FOR FALL: single efficiency EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
apt. or, own room in 2 or 3 man. Call work in her home. Thesis, technical
COUPLE SEEKS other couple to swing Marcia 761-5300 days, 665-6444 eve- typing, stuffing, etc. IBM electric,
with. Write Box 69. 31F25 nings. L22 Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 48Jtc

TV RENTALS'
No Deposit FREE service
per month - I'
ermnh Required ad eivr
Call addlvr
NEJAC., TV RENTALS 662-5671
SERVING BIG 10SCHOOLS SINCE 1961

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