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764-055

Wednesday, June 11, 1969 Ann Arbor, Michigan Page Three
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FOR RENT

FOR RENT

FOR RENT

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815 PACICARD--single rm for male4
grad student w/kitchen. Avail. now.
665-0146.432 Ctc!
ROOMMATE WANTED. Girl to share
apartment. 320 S. Division. Call 663-
0398. 33 C28
ONE OR TWO MEN to share living ex-
penses In 3 bedroom house. Grads
preferred. Should have car. House 10-;
cated in West end of town. 761-5437
after June 13. 769-5143. 34 C28
FEMALE ROOMMATE. needed for 4-
man apt. in fall. Near campus. Call:
Holly betw. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 697-0279.
28027:
ROOMMATES (3B) 2-3 girls to fill 4
ryan on S. Forest. 761-4442. 29026
I OR 2 GIRLS wanted to share 3 bed-
room house. Call 662-5990. 30027
2 MEDICAL .STUDENTS need third for
3 bdrm. apt. for fall. Call Fritz, 663-
9178. . 31025

NOW RENTING
FOR FALL
Choice Apartments

SUMMER SUBLET in NYCig. apt ALGI ERS NTRIAL:
low rent, convenient, safe location'
Write Susan Hecker, 140 E. 17 St.,
N.Y., N.Y. 10003. C25
BEDROOM, kitchen privileges. $l5/wk.
Near campus. 769-2406 after 5. 9021

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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 769-2800
736 Packard
731 Packard
316 E. Madison
Choice 1. 2, 3.and 4 Man

SUMMER SUBLET
1 GIRL NEEDED for large 2-man apt.
Private bedroom. Air cond. 769-2822,
60U26
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2 MEN need 1 now-summer, ownjLipittsd the blicit
bdrm. modern bi-level. Parking, 2 L t -sai e pub ty sur-
air-cond. near campus. 769-2049. rounding t h e deaths of Pollard
61U27 and the two other black teen-ag-
C28 COMFY architect's studio apt. with full ers killed at the Algiers Motel July
kitchen for second half, fall option, 2, 1967, at the peak of the Detroit
cheap. Call 761-9814. 57U25 riot, made it difficult for August
3-BEDROOM APT., furnished, $95/mo. to get a fair trial.
Please call after 6 p.m. 663-0685. Still facing August is a federal
58U271 indictment charging him and
'SINGLE AP.Es-nnfrsme three others Iwith conspiracy to
NGEAPT. East Ann fo72r summer :.
term June 27. $75. 665-2672., 1U17 violate the civil rights of 10,, per-
ing, sons in the motel.
dng. LOVELY 2-3 man apartment summer
dry, term. Close to campus. Call 769-25211
urns,117UW U
rest UK
ish- TWO BEDROOMS in great old house 1 enot
524" S.Forst.ey no .t
for 1 or 2 persons. Kitchen facilities.
52411a S. Forest. 663-6272, 764-0410.
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WANTED: 3rd girl for large3man, 2 i erve e
9 Itc bdrm. apt. Must share room. Call'
769-2139 right after noon weekdays or: ;0
- --after 6. _-U25 striK e suit
1 OR 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES wanted.
Grads preferred. 769-2822 5 p.m.-2. (Continued from Page 1)
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AUGUST OCCUPANCY
ARBOR FOREST APARTMENTS
721 S. FOREST STREET
NEAR CAMPUS AND HOSPITALS
Spacious, quiet, 2 bedroom fur-
nishgd apartments, security inter-
com and door system, colored appli-
ances,, disposal, dishwashers avail-
.,. able, 'carpeted, draped,nindividually
heated and cooled, huge closets and
storage, new G.E. laundry facilities,
Culligan water conditioning, am-
ple parking, all utilities ,except'
electricity and phone, included.
Business Office at 347 Maynard St.
9 to 5 call 769-3137 or 663-6052
7-10 p.m. call 761-3995

program
The others are two white fellow

Large, modern, furnished, free park
sundeck, sir conditioned, laun
storage, central antenna, vacuu
garbage disposal, balconies. trite
on security deposit. TV and d
washer rental available.

Ambassador
736 Packard

Company
761-7982
39

030
AVAILABLE FOR FALL Occupancy-4
man apt.. 2 blocks from business
school, 3 blocks from law school. Call
769-2608. -28Ctc
ROOMS AVAILABLE immediately $20-
$35/mo. Call 761-4361 evenings. 026
4TH GIRL to share pleasant house near,
campus-room of your own, private'
bath. Avail.. June 15. Call Karen.
761-9049. C25
CAMPUS HOSPITAL' AREA--Large two
bedroom-4 man's. One old-one new.
NO 8-6906. CTC
CAMPUS-HOSP. AREA. Avail Jun 27
thru Aug. 20. 1 bdrm, air-cond., xod.
apt. parking avail, $100. 761-4691. C24
418 E. WASHINGTON needs a resident
mgr. limited but varied duties. Couple
preferred. Call NO 8-6906 for inter-
view. CTC
CAMPUS-Large and modern one bed-
rooms, 3 men, a"T 2 men. NO 8-6906.
OTC

DON'T BE
LEFT OUT!
Get in one of the
few remaining,
1 -2-3 Bedroom units
available at.
Arbor
Manor
townhouses
For as little as
$103.00
per month
Ypsilanti-Ann Arbor area
Phone 484-1210

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1 MAN NEEDED for 2-man sublet for
remainder of summer. You'll have
the place to yourself while I'm in.
Europe for 5 weeks. Rent negotiable
665-8767. UTC
LARGE, FURN. 1 bdrm. apt. June 15-
Sept. '1. Very near campus. 769-4931
or 763-2225. ,U20
JUNE-AUG. SUBLET-1 or 2 girls for
modern air conditioned bi-level. Call
761-5531 after 6 p.m. 27U17
SUMMER SUBLET
Furnished and unfurnished, air condi-
tioned, 2 bedroom apartments, park-
ing. Call 663-6052 or 769-1258. 28Utc
[3 RM. APT 4 blocks from central
campus. Sublet to Aug. 25. Reduced
rent, cheap. Call 665-8316. U24
SUMMER SUBLET for 1 girl, avail.
June 15. Close ,to N.C. bus, Women's
pool; air-cond. 769-0577. U25
2 MEN to share Albert Terrace(5 man
apt, with 1 person. $45/m each.
Call Frank or Bob, 769-4814. U25
NOW-Aug. Need 1 or 2 men to share
large 2-bdrm air-conditioned apt
with one other. Sublet prices. Will
negotiate. Call 662-9172. 62 U25
LUXURY LIVING for summer. Walk to
campus. Air-cond., furn., carport, en-
closed patio, 2 bdrm. 761-1523 eve-
nings. 63 Utc
1-MAN APT. (June), July, Aug. Cheap.
764-1473 days, 769-3824 nights. U 25
SUMMER SUBLETS
Come in and check our listings at:
737 Packard
1-5 p.m. 761-8063

fendants in connection with the
landlord's suit.
In the depositions, leaders of the
Tenants Union were unable to give
a defihite figure for the amount
of money now contained in the
escrow account.
Barense asked Circuit Judge
William Ager to order an account-
ing of the Tenants Union's finan-
cial records.
The landlords suit also asks for
an injunction to halt -the rent
strike, the turning over of the
escrow account to the court and
damages.
In the letter, Barense cited the
Tenants Union for violating a
state law (PA 286), the tenants
rights act, which provides that any
rent that is withheld should be
paid to the court.K
Barense asked that Kelley inter-
vene under his power to supervise
Trust funds "not only on the land-
lords behalf, but also on behalf of
all persons who have made pay-
ments in lieu of rent to the Ten,
ants Union or its members."
Barense's letter also questioned
the legality of the rent strike on
grounds that state law allows
withholding of rent only where
conditions constitute a health and
saf'ety hazard not caused by the
occupants.
The Tenants Union has main-
tained that existing housing code
violations do create a health and
safety hazard. .

Detroit police officers-David Se-'
nak and Robert Paille-and a
Negro private guard, Melvin Dis-
m kes.
Dismukes already has been'
acquitted of a felonious assault
charge in connection with alleged
beatings inflicted on one of the
motel occupants.
Pollardiwas one of three black
teen-agers killed at the Algiers
Motel on July 26, 196. Pollard,
Carl Cooper, 17,' and Fred Tem-
ple, 18, were slain by shotgun
blasts.
Their bodies were left behind
by police and National Guards-
men who had entered the motel
in a search for snipers.
August, on the witness stand,
admitted killing Pollard, but said:
it was in self-defense in a strug-:
gle over a shotgun.
The defendant testified that he
took Pollard into a room to ques-
tion him about the alleged snipers
and because a fellow policeman
had told him the youth had asked
to talk to an officer.
August said he also wanted to
save Pollard from further beat-
ings, such as-she had suffered
while standing up against the
wall in a first-floor hallway with!
other occupants of the motel.
But after they went into the
room, August testified, Pollard
pleaded that he and his friends
be released. When August told the
youth that everyone would be'
taken to police headquarters, Aug-
ust claimed Pollard grabbed the
barrel of the shotgun.
In the ensuing struggle for the:
weapon, August added, he pulled
the trigger.
During closing arguments, the
prosecutor accused August of
lying. He pointed out that the de-!
fendant waited five days before!
finally admitting that he had
killed one of the three victims,
and then only after having filed.
two false reports.
A v e r y Weswasser, assistant
Wayne County prosecutor, brand-
ed the killing as "cold-blooded
murder" and "lynch law." He said,
that although the defense denied
presenting any racist argument,:
there nevertheless had been ap-
peals to prejudice and bias.

(Continued from Page 1)'
using this issue to gain more "lev-
erage" with the Board of Educa-
tion, although Harrell denies this
as any motivation.
And the AAEA claims the edu-
cation school is trying to use the
public sThools in "a much more
experimental w a y," a charge
which is not taken seriously by the
school. O n e education professor
says, "Our lab is not Ann Arbor
but Michigan and beyond. We
would never flood a school with
student teachers."
The program which Harlell says
has already been drawn up and is
ready to be agreed on by the
school and the Board of Educa-
tion has not been funded and in
fact does not exist, says Lehmann.
At the present the status of the.
Ann Arbor student teacher prep-
aration program is unclear. As-
sistant Dean Malcolm Lowther,
who is also chairman of the edu-
c a t i o n school's Undergraduate
Committee, says the school is
"more than happy to talk" but
there must be some sort of "mec-
hanism" provided.
The education school does not
recognize the AAEA officially be-
cause the union's formal contract
is with the school board. However,
Lowther claims the school and un-
ion have always had a "collabor-
ative relationship."
Asst. S c h o o 1 Superintendent
Samuel Sniderman says commit-
tees are being formed by the school
board and the AAEA to study the
situation and "review traditional
relationships.",
Harrell says the AAEA will re-
evaluate, the situation in Novem-
ber and decide whether to discon-
tinue the program.
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Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Seeond
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Michi-
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Summer -Session published Tuesday
through Saturday morning. Subscrip-
tion rates: $2.50 by carrier, $3.00 by
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the
news oda
by The Associated Press and Colhge Press Service
PRESIDENT NIXON said yesterday that by ordering the
withdrawal of 25,000 American soldiers from Vietnam he had
"opened wide the door to peace."
If the Communists do not reciprocate, he said, "They must bear
the responsibility for blocking the, road."
Nixon says Thieu "completely approves and supports the eight-
point peace program in my May 14 speech to the nation."
The meeting with Thieu Sunday "brought home the message
that troops of South Vietnam have now been trained and equipped
to the point where they can take over a substantial portion of the
combat activity presently being borne by Americans," Nixon said.
* * *
THE NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONT, apparently seek-
ing to consolidate its Paris bargaining position, announced yes-
terday it' has set up a "revolutionary government to rule" South
Vietnam.
Mrs. Nugyen Thi Binh will be Foreign minister and chief dele-
gate to the Paris talks, an announcement in Paris said.
She headed the NLF delegation last year and now is its deputy
leader.
Tran Buu Kiem, present chief negotiator, was to be recalled to
Vietnam for important functions in the new "government."
There was no immediate indication how the move would effect
the talks, which resume tomorrow in their 21st full-scale session.
PENTAGON AND DEFENSE CONTRACTORS "play games"
together to deliberately underestimate the cost of weapons sys-
tems the taxpayer is asked to buy, according to a Navy pro-
curement specialist.
Gordon W. Rule testified before a House-Senate Economic sub-
committee on military spending that the "disingenuous" Tprocess he
described is used to nail- Congress into long-term procurement of
weapons whose true costs will only be disclosed in later years.
Rule is director of procurement control and clearance in the
Navy Material Division. He pioneered a discarded contract process
that determines what the government should pay for weapons rather
than what contractors want to charge.
THE PENTAGON cancelled the nation's only military man-
in-space project, the $3-billion Manned Orbiting Laboratory,
yesterday.
The reason was reportedly the "continuing urgency" to cut
spending.
The cancellation was announced by Deputy Secretary of Defense
David Packard, who said "We're giving up for the time being" the
idea of a military mission for men in space.
The action is expected to save close to $300 mililon in the ,new
fiscal year which begins July 1 and about $1.5 billion over the next
five years. Some $1.3 billion already has been spent since 1963.
* * *
SUPREME COURT JUSTICE WILLIAM BRENNAN JR. has
quit his teaching post at the Appellate Judges' Seminar.
The seminar has been held annually at New York University
since 1956.
Prof. Robert Leflar, director of the seminar, explained yesterday
Brennan is severing all off-the-bench activities "except his member-
ship in his church." Brennan resigned 10 days to two weeks ago.
Chief Justice-designate Warren E. Burger is scheduled to con-
tinue on the faculty this summer. However, Leflar said, he under-I
stood Burger will drop out also if the U.S. Judicial Conference calls for
restrictions' on such activities.

CAMPUS. For the summer or for the
,year. 4-5 bdrmn. house, '2 baths, fully
furn., dishwasher, washer and dryer,
avail. immed. 665-5225 or 449-5084.
C24
BRAND NEW
SHORE VIEW APTS.
Features large 1 and 2 Bedroom
furnished and unfurnishedapart-
ments. '
Unfurnished' apts. start at $155.00..
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. ili

FALL RENTALS
2 & 3 Bdrm Luxiry Furnished Apts.

121
511
711
914
915

E. Hoover
E. Hoover
Arch
S. State
S. Division

665-8330<
665-9627
663-5284
769-4759
761-5471

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410'OBSERVATORY
Fall Occupancy
Modern four-man
Furnished
Air-conditioned
Wall-to-wall carpeting
Covered parking
$240 per mo. includes heat
and water

Campus Management, Inc.
335 E. Huron 662-7787
Ctc
TV RENTALS
$8.50 per month
761-1945
Free same day delivery and service
New 19" portables
018
ROOMMATE WANTED-Girl to share
apt. 320 S. Division. Call 663-0398.
22C21
FALL RENTALS
I ii 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

Many of these units include air cond,
balconies, dishwasher, laundry fa-
cilities and parking.
Call now to reserve your apt. for fall
27Ctc
FALL
1, 2, 3 bedroom apartments with air.
conditioning and dishwasher. Some
are bi-level with 1% baths. Excellent.
campus locations.
Charter Realty
1335 South University
665-8825
23Ctc
FALL
We are ,now accepting appli-
cations for our choice fur-
nished campus apartments
for 1, 2, 3, or 4 single stu-
dents, -Inquiries may be
made at
545 Church
' Calf 761-7600
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
C31
ATTENTION
FACULTY & STAFF
presenting
CLIFFS ON THE POINT
Lakeshore Apartments
12 minutes from campus
See these Award-Winning Apartments
which are truly a carefree year around
vacation home located on a 5 mile
long lake.

LI M 4WEEKS ONLY!
ACADEMY
SWARINNER!

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11
Day Calendar
Conference on the Aging: The Aging
Consumer, Breakfast: Michigan Union,
7:45 a.m.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
roar: "Management of Managers, Pro-
gram aIo. 91": North Campus Com-
mons, 8:15 a.m.
Astronomical Collolulum. Wednes-

day, June 11, 4:00 p.m. Room 807 Phy-
sics-Astronomy BIdg. Roberta H u m -_
phreys, Departemnt of Astronomy, will
( speak on "The Space Distribution and
Kinematics of Supergiant Stars."
General Notices
Graduate - Record 'Examination: Ap-
plication blanks are available in Room
3014. Rackham Building for the Grad-
uate Record Examination. The n e x t
administration of the test will be on
Saturday, July 12, and applications are.
due in Princeton, New Jersey before
June 17.
Admission Test for Graduate Study in
Business: Application blanks are avail-
able in Room 3014, Rackham Building
for the Admission Test for Graduate
Study in Business. The next adminis-

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LAST TIMES TODAY
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tration of the test will be on Satur-
,day, July 12, and applications are due
in Princeton, New Jersey before June
28. 1
Doctoral Exams,
+ 5
William Charles Dunkelberg, Econ-
omics, Dissertation: "Forecasting Con-
sumer Expenditures with Measures of
Attitudes and Expectations," on Wed-
nesday, June 11, at 9:00 a.m. in Room
19, Economics Building, Chairman: D.
B. Suits.
Linda Lee Gilman Taylor, Psychology,
Dissertation: "The Relationship of Per-
sonality Variables to' Second Language
Pronunciation," on Wednesday, June
11 at 12:00 pm. in 3201 Ni Outpatient
Building, University Hospital, Chair-
man: A. Z. Gulora.

"TODAY
IS
LADIES'
DAY
75c
Until 6 P.M.

Jack Graham Crouch, Aerospace En-
gineering, Dissertation: "Galerkin Ei-
genvalue Error," on Wednesday, June
11, at 1:30 p.m. in 1072 East Engineer-
ing, Co-Chairmen: D. T. Greenwood
and W. J. Anderson.
Paul Scott Muhly, Mathematics, Dis-
sertation: "Comutants Containing a'
Compact Operator," on Wednesday,
June 11 at 4:00 p.m.. in 338 West En-
gineering, Chairman:' R. G. Douglas.
.Placement "Service
GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
Current Position Openings received
by General Division, inquire a b o u t
these positions and application proced-
ures by calling 764-7460, or stop in at
3200 S.A.B.
State of Arkansas: Management Ana-
lyst Intern in Dept. of Labor, degree in
Indust. Mgmt., Public or Bus. Admin.,
IE, and some knowl. of -practice appli-
cation in industry.
National/ YWCA, nationwide openings
-Executive Directors, Assoc. and Asst.
Executives, Branch Directors and Cen-
ter directors, Teenage Program Direc-
tors, Adult pofiram Dir., Young Adult
(Continued on Page 4)
.:----COUPON ---s.mm
THOMPSON'S
*PIZZA . .
761-0001
I III
Ir $1.00,OF
One a large one item (or more)
pizza. One coupon per pizza.
Pick Up Only
211 E. Ann St.--Next to
the Armory
* Expires Aug. 1
5
Friday & Saturday
THE LADY EVE

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
490tc

Albert Terrace
1700 Geddes
Now renting for Fall
Extra lare 2 bedroom bi-levels
Fully carpeted and furnished
3-5 map. Featuring:

Featuring,
0 Fireplaces
* Large balconies with storage
0 Fully carpe.ted and draped
# Central heat and cooling
* Reserved Carport
SSwimming Pool
*r2 and 3 Bedroom units,
up to 1650 sq. pft.
Boat Docking
Rentals from $225 to $465
Modell Open Daily
483-4454
1000 Grove Rd., Ypsilanti

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