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

FOR RENT
ROOMMATE NEEDED for fall. Male
grad to share a house. $80/mo. Pri-
vate room. Call 761-9474 between 5-7
p.m. week days. C34
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
NEAR HOSPITALS AND CAMPUS
721 S. FOREST AVE.
Air conditioned, 2 bedroom fur-
nished apartments, carpeted, draped,
colored appliances, disposal, dish-
washers available, electric inter-
com door system, all utilities ex-
cept electricity and phone. Ample
parking.
Office at 347 Maynard
9 to 5 call 663-6052 or 769-3137
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Call 663-9434
60 Ctc
SINGLE ROOM for summer and fall.
663-3886. 61 C33
LG. ,CHARMING HSE. to share, fem.
grad, parking. own bdrm., balcony,
pvt. yard. 668-9851. 59 034
TV RENTALS
$8.50 per month
761-1945
4 Free same day delivery and service
New 9" portables 018
AVAIbABLE FOR FALL Occupancy-4
man apt., 2 blocks from business
school, 3 blocks from law school. Call
769-2608. 28Ctc
FALL,
1969
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
Call 761-7600
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
031

FOR RENT
FEMALE ROOMMATE for sublet needed
immediately. Penny, 761-3325. 49 C33
CAMPUS HOSPITAL AREA
521 Walnut
'Modern, large, dishwasher,
2 bedroom-4-man
1 bedroom-2-man
For information, call NO 8-6906
43 etc
JEWISH? MALE? Looking for a room-
mate for the fall? Call Paul, 769-
0150. 45C32
LARGE 1 BEDROOM. Now-Sept. 1.
Back yard; campus. Dependable mar-
ried couple. $135/mo. 761-1003 or 761-
0627. 47C32
2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
from
$200
761-8055
40 Ctc
FIREPLACE, dishwasher, ceramic tile
bath and separategshower,family size
kitchen, carpeting, free parking In
hospital area. 4-man occupancy avail-
able for fall.
Campus Management, Inc.
335 E. Huron 662-7787
38 Ctc
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
6658825
230tec
FEMALE GRAD seeking roommate. Near
campus; pool, fireplace. Own room.
662-7777. 53 C35
BRAND NEW
SHORE VIEW APTS.
Features large 1 and 2 Bedroom
furnished and unfurnished apart-
ments.
Unfurnished apts. start at $155.00.
Apartment includes Hotpoint color-
ed appliances plus dishwasher, dis-
posal and air conditionihg. Fully
carpeted and draped. Storage area,
washing facilities, parking and
swimming pool. All utilities includ-
ed except electricity. "Immediate
occupancy. Phone 761-3998 or 65-
0057. Offic 426 or 414 Kellogg,
corner- of roadway and Pontiac
Trail to the end of Kellogg. *11
FALL RENTALS
1l 1lS. 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
039
Fall Rooms
$_O0$80 mo.
761-4361
54 035
AVAIL. NOW, 2 private rooms for rent.
2 blks. from Union. $50 and $70 mo.
Must be thru "Aug. or longer. 500 S.
Fifth Ave. Call 761-4166. 56 C31
ROOM w/kitchen privileges near cam-
pus, $l0/wk. 769-2406. 57 C34
5 MAN
Available Fll
761-7600
26tc
NOW RENTING
FOR FALL
Choice Apartments

Saturday, June 21, 1969

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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by The Associated Press and College Press Service
A CONTROVERSIAL UNION BOSS whose testimony helped
send Teamsters President James Hoffa to jail was indicted yes-
terday in New Orleans on federal conspiracy and extortion charg-
es,
A federal grand jury returned a five-count indictment against
Edward Partin, business manager of Teamsters Local 5 in Baton
Rouge.
Partin, target of state and federal racketeering probes, was in-
dicted by a federal grand jury in 1962 on charges of falsifying union
records and embezzlement. Last year the Justice Department asked
that those indictments be dismissed but a federal judge denied the
request.
THE EDUADORIAN NAVY seized four U.S. tuna boats
yesterday in the Gulf of Guayaquil but released them at sea,
naval authorities announced.
Word of the release was welcomed in Washington, where there
had been reports that more than six boats had been seized.
Some U.S.. congressmen have been calling for retaliation against
seizure of American vessels off South America's Pacific coast.
Ecuadorian naval headquarters in Quito refused to say why the
boats were released. U.S. diplomats were said to have made stiff
representations to Ecuadorian government officials over the incident.
* * *
GEORGES POMPIDOU w a s inaugurated as President of
France at Elysee Palace in Paris yesterday.
His first major act in office was the naming of Jacques Chaban-
Delmas, speaker of the National Assembly, as the new premier.
Chaban-Delmas succeeds Maurice Couve de Murville, the man
who replaced Pompidou when President Charles de Gaulle dismissed
Pompidou from the premier's post last year.
After talking with Pompidou for 50 minutes at Elysee Palace,
Chaban-Delman said he would present his Cabinet list to the presi-
dent as soon as it had been completed. This is expected to be Sunday
night.
De Gaulle was absent from the inauguration ceremonies which
resounded with tributes to him. De Gaulle quit the presidency April 28.
* * *
IRELAND RE-ELECTED JACK LYNCH'S Fiana Fail party
by a sound majority yesterday.
Lynch's party captured 72 seats in the Dail (lower house). A
combined opposition holds 66 seats. The Fiana Fail speaker was au-
tomatically re-elected.
The party, which represents the business and small farmers' sec-
tors and has ruled Ireland for 30 years, upset forcasters who had pre-
dicted a resounding defeat for Lynch.
The Flana Fall (soldier's of destiny) will continue to rule Ireland
for another five years.

10 growers,,

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open talks

LOS ANGELES t,') - T e n
major California grape growers
began negotiations yesterday
with Cesar Chavez' United Farm
Workers Organizing Committee
in an effort to settle a three-
year strike and boycott.
In separate rooms, growers
and union representatives work-
ed on guidelines with federal
mediators. All parties seemed to
play down hopes of any immed-
iate settlement.
Spokesmen for the union were
Dolores Huerta and Larry It-
liong, aides to Chavez, who was
not present. Al Caplan and Lio-
nel Steinberg were chief spokes-
men for the growers, whose
vineyards produce about 12 per

cent of the state's annual $140
million grape harvest.
The closed-door sessions were
initiated by the growers who
called for meetings with the
union and the help of federal
mediators. The bulk of table
grape growers in the state have
opposed such meetings.
There were indications t h a t
the negotiations might be long
and drawn out.
"I really don't consider these
final negotiations," said o n e
grower. "The result may be
like what's going on in Paris at
Vietnam peace talks."
Mrs. Huerta told newsmen as
she walked to the room housing
the union delegation, "The

people here represent only a
small fraction of the growers."
The 10 growers, conceding
strikes and the union-sponsor-
ed national boycott of table
grapes had hurt them, made the
first call for the negotiations.
They are in the Coachella Val-
ley area where grapes ripen first.
The majority of the state's
growers in the San Joaquin Val-
ley where the harvest comes lat-
er, continue to insist that their
operations are unaffected.
For three years, Chavez h a s
been turned back in his drive
for recognition of the farm
workers union as collective bar-
gaining agent for farm laborers.
The union seeks a $1.62 an hour

minimum wage for its farm
workers. Their wages now vary
from farm to farm and season
to season.
Chavez has continually charg-
ed that the growers import
Mexican nationals - w h o s e
standards of living are lower
than those of American farm
workers - to try to break the
strike.
Even as the negotiators meet,
it is harvest time in California's
Coachella Valley, near Palm
Springs, where about one-third
of the grape crop grows.
The harvest is running about
10 days late. The union has
claimed the strike is respon-
sible. Most growers say c oo1
weather is at fault.

Democrats press,
Nixon on, troop,
pullout 'hope
WASHINGTON (M - Senate Democrats pressed President
Nixon yesterday to make a firm commitment out of his ex-
pressed hope of pulling 100,000 American troops out of Viet-
nam this year.
Democratic leader Mike Mansfield of Montana, and his
assistant Senate Democratic leader, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy
of Massachusetts, told reporters they regard Nixon's remarks
at a nationally broadcast news conference Thursday night
as laying down a firm schedule for a substantial Amercan
pullout from Vietnam.
What Nixon said then was that he hopes he can beat a
timetable proposed by former Secretary of Defense Clark M.
Clifford calling for withdrawal of 100,000 U.S. fighting men
this year and all of them by

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.
Featuring:
0 Fireplaces
0 Large balconies with storage
0 Fully carpeted and draped
9 Central heat and cooling
1 Reserved Carport
0 Swimming Pool
* 2 and 3 Bedroom units,
4 up to 165,0 sq. ft.
0 Boat Docking
0 Rentals from $225 to $465
Model Open Daily
482-4454
1000 Grove Rd., Ypsilanti
C30
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
9 balcony
f sound conditioning
" storage and laundry facilities
* off street parking
See resident manager in Apt. A-7 1-
5:30 p.m. Mon.-Sat. or phone 761-
1717,,
CHARTER REALTY
29Ctc
3 Bedrooms
and
FIREPLACE
Yes, that's right. Live in the Sum-
mit House this fall. Call 761-8055
or 761-5471. 39 Ctc
Bilevels for Fall
Large 4 man, 2 bdrms, formal din-
ing room or separate study. 727
Packard. 761-6916. 40 C32
736 Packard
731 Packard
316 E. Madison '
Choice 1, 2, 3, and 4 Man
Large, modern, 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
390tc

-Associated Press
Hershey reports to Senate
Selective Service Director Louis B. Hershey reports to Senate
Appropriations subcommittee at yesterday's hearing on the Selec-
tive Service System. The General is posing in front of two women
spectators.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued, from Page 2)
Services if you have not been notified
of this interview by the FSEE and are
eligible for Mgmt. Intern on FSEE
scores.f
Several Announcements are on file
in career planning, among them:
National Jewish Welfare Board Per-

sonnel Reporter, has listings of j o b1
openings in Community Centers, and
personnel and training information.
State of Califoria opportunities for
professional Social Workers, BA and
MSW, general information and appli-
cation procedures.
Current Position Openings: call 764-
7460 for further information:
Management Consultants, nationwide
coverage : experienced personnel f or
publ. acctg., sales mgnt, engrg spec,
mktg spec, spectroscopist, manuf engrg,
Q.C. engr, radar spec.
International Institute of Greater
Toledo, Ohio: Community relations
work,dnew or recent grad in soc. or
bus ad area, work with foreign born
and ethnic groups in SE Mich, NE
Ohio.
Battelle Memorial Institute, Colum-
bus, Ohio: BS/MS ins E, 3 years in
reliability anal, or circuit design. BS/
MS in EE or BS/MS solid-state or
nuclear physics, studies on effects of
space and nuclear radiation on elec-
tronics.

Dearborn Press, Dearborn, Mich.:
Sports Editor, degree not necess, good
exper in newspaper work, pref. in
sports, but not mendatory.
State of Washington: Admin. Asst
for Dept. of Civil Defense, BA in bus
area. Personnel Analyst, BA and 1 year
or MA and O. Community Affairs Con-
sultant, MPA and exper.
state of Utah: Chemist, Real Estate
Appraiser, Supv. Public Health Nurse,
Public Health Staff Nurse, Boy's School
Supervisor, Nurse Consultant, Librar-
ian, Speech and Hearing Ther.
Detroit Free Press, Detroit, Mich.:
Personnel Assistant-Secretary to P e r -
sonnel Diector.
Stone and Webster Engineering Cor-
poration, Garden City, N.J.: Experienc-
ed engineers in all. fields.
National Motor Castings Division,
South Haven, Mich.: Bach. in acctg. or

bus. ad for cost acctg. leading to comp-
troller's'job.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
SERVICE
212 SAB., Lower Level:
Bucyrus-Erie Company, South Mil-
waukee, Wicsonsin seeks architectural
student for summer work, want some-
one available now, or after end of
spring - r term in late June. Excel-
lent salary. Further detailsuat S.P.S.,
come to 212 S.A.B.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
Make Interview appointment at Room
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg. unless other-
wise specified.
JUNE 24, 1969
Westinghouse Electric Corp.: B o t h
regular and summer employment.

the end of 1970.
Kennedy, regarded as a poten-
tial rival of Nixon in t h e 1972
presidential election, said he looks
upon this as a definite commit-
ment to do j u s t that. He and
Mansfield said they would sup,
port such a move.
Sen. Harold E. Hughes (D-
Iowa), makng his maiden speech
in t h e Senate, urged Nixon to
adopt the Clifford timetable of
withdrawals.
Hughes said "It 'could be made
clear that this was not an im-
mutable schedule into which the
leadership would be frozen, but a
declaration of solid intention that
would clear the atmosphere."s
Mansfield and Kennedy endors-
ed Hughes's proposals.
"The trouble with too many of
our people in high positions is
that they live in the past," Mans-
field said. He explained he 'meant
that t h e y think policies which
were good enough at the end of
World War H are good enough
now.
Mansfield complained to report-
ers that in saying Clifford had
had a chance to put the troop
withdrawal into effect but didn't
do it, Nixon had "got 'his Irish
up a little" by indulging in some
political criticism.

Sunday
at Ful ler
Flatlands
This week's free rocic concert is
scheduled for the Fuller Flatlands
on Sunday.
Fuller Flatlands, incidentally,
turns out to be on Fuller Rd. on
the way to North Campus, on the
old golf course before Huron Tow-
ers.
- Bands scheduled are Savage
Grace, Red, White and Blues
Band, Up, and Commander "Oz-
one" Cody,
People with cars who want to
provide others with trallsportation
should go to Trans-Love Energies,
1510 Hill, where they can pick up
"People Free Taxi Flags." Rides
will be available there.
r .,Lnvrr y :r ...
j The Coloring Contest:
WINNERS
1 will be announced
i....x :.n ..the Fall _

Cycles sell
in Classifieds

DIAL 5-6290

"A New York version of
'The Graduate'! I rre-
sistable!"
Judith Crist, New York Magazine

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LATE SHOW-FRI. and SAT.

AND K f a1 . PviI.MS t~tebr
"GOODBYE. COLUMBUS' IS
BOUND TO BE A GREAT
SUCCESS!"
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Foxcroft, 815 S. State
Packard Plaza, 917 Packard
University Plaza, 808 Monroe
Bel-Air. 815 S. Main
Oak Terrace, 908 Oakland
Athena, 508 S. Division

THE MIDWEST'S MOTION PICTURE PALACE
DOUGLAS SIRKS

" 'Goodbye Columbus' is one of those films which
tickle us in our cultural belly. We have no defense
against it except laughter."
-Jay Cassidy, Michigan Doily

...

"All

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9 p.m.

Ann Arbor Trust Co.
Property Management Division
106 S. Main 769-2800
C2F
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
LITTLE RED SCOOTER
'66 Vespa in .top shape, book car-
rier,, low mileage, $160. Harlan, 769-
0154 or 764-8506. 59 Z32
DOWNTOWN HONDA
310 E. Washington 665-8637
within walking distance of campus.
40 Z34
150 SUZUKI 1966 3,000 mi., ex cond.,
$200. 665-3337 evenings. 38 Z35
MOTOR SCOOTER-(Vespa via Sears)
exc. cond. $160. Call 663-1359 after 6
p.m. 34Z33
'64 YAMAHA 80, 7,000 mi. $100 or best
offer. Call 662-5354 after 6 p.m.
35Z32
1969 DUCATI, 250 cc, Monza, 2100 mi.
$500 or best offer. 769-0821. 36Z33
TRIUMPH, 1967 500 cc. TIOOR, excel-
lent cond. 761-2963, 761-8282. 31 Z29

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and
CARL DREYER'S

2nd SMASHING
WEEK shows a
I 1:00-3:00
5:00-7:00
9:05
Program Information 662-6264

F y

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MONDAY, JUNE 23
at THE ARK

75c
1421 Hill Street

FALL RENTALS

2.& 3 Bdrm Luxury
121 E. Hoover
511 E. Hoover
711 Arch
914 S. State
915 S. Division

Furnished Apts.
665-8330
663-3809
663-5284
769-4759
761-5471

Many of these units include air cond.,
balconies, dishwashers, laundry fa-
cilities and parking.
Call now to reserve your apt. for fall
668-3809
27Ctc
Fall
Apartments

PAlteNEWMAN
JOARNE WOODWARD
_ ,.,ROBERT WAGNER
fr Mott
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Friday and Saturday4
CAMILLE
dir. GEORGE CUKOR (1936)
GRETA GARBO4
"A divinity trying to succeed as a whore. It's a sub-
lime, ironic performance."-Pauline Kael
Hock yqur mother to see this one!

NICHOLSON'S MOTORCYCLE SALES
24 S. First, AA
Triumph yamaha
BMW ,Ta~asaki

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Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt-971-4500
serving U of M since 1963.
9Ztc
WANTED TO RENT
FACULTY COUPLE needs house or

AN UNFORGETTABLE EVENT
IN SCREEN ENTERTAINMENT
World Theatrical Premiere with synchronized sound.
Charles S. Chaplin's famous 1925 classic of the hardships
of life on the Alaskan frontier. Chaplin in his beloved role
as the tramp who goes North to the gold rush in search of
'wealth. He meets a grizzly old prospector and'a beautiful
dance hall girl and, finally gets his fortune and the girl

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