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NEWS PHONE:
7'64-0552

Tuesday, May 20, 1969

Ann Arbor, Michigan

HELP WANTED
AVIATION LINEMAN _ Two positions.
One 5 p.m.-8 p.m. six days weekly.
Other all day Saturday and Sunday.
Long term employment. Aviation
background or interest. Plione Bill
Warwin Twining Aviation, NO 3-
9321. 231

MARRIED COUPLES-Mature counsel-
ors for summer youth canoeing and1
hiking trips. Must be athletic.
YM-YWCA
350 South Fifth Avenue
Phone: 663-0536
24H114
WANTED
Responsible man to substitute as se-
curity doorman during most of June.
Call 761-5437 for details. 22H13
MADE, 19-25, PART-TIME afternoons,
weekends, TRAINED interviewer, to
interview teenagers in rural, S E.
Michigan. Call 764-8382 r2112
LIFEGUARD WANTED w/sr. or instruc-
tors. Full time or part time, esp. wk-
ends. Apt. for married couple. Call
HU 3-5010, 16H11
LIKE TO SING? Temple Beth Emeth-
(reform) is looking for additional
choir members, men and women-
needed. Not necessary to read music
or Hebrew. Call 971-5321 for further
information. 14H14
AVAILABLE for SUMMER occupancy,
4 man apt., 2 blocks from business
school, 3 blocks from law school'
(Available immediately). Please call-
769-2608. 17Utc
COLLEGE MEN -- Looking for summer-
work? Call 662-9726, 10Htc

PERSONAL
EARLY BIRD Special. 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.
_Eggs, bacon, toast and coffee, 69c.
Whistle Stop, 611 S. Forest, 16F17
2 LONELY but good-looking senior
women desperately seek male with
largest assets. Send particulars to Box
96, Michigan Daily. And thanks. FE9
FIELD TRIP to USSR (three weeks,
two hours undergraduate chedit op-
tional) is being offered by the Uni-
versity's Dearborn Campus, July 4-25.
The group, limited to fifteen per-
sons, will visit placestof -interest in
Russia, the Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia,
the Caucasus, and on the Black Sea.
They will also meet with representa-
tives of government and student so-
cieties. For further information con-
tact; Prof. Dennis Papazian, U-M
Dearborn Campus, 4901 Evergreen Rd..
Dearborn, Mich. 48128. Call 271-2300,
ext. 243. 1F17
USED CARS
TRIUMPH TR3. 1961. New engine, steer-
ing, tires. Beautiful. $450. 663-0256.
11N12
'64 VW,-GOOD condition, new tires.
Make an offer. 662-4049. N13
AUSTIN-HEALEY Sprite, '66. 22,000
miles, radio, good cond. $800. 769-4339.
12Nl3
1964 PONTIAC GTO.$895, Good cond.
Call 761-2916 betw. 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
13N14
'61 FALCON. Stick, R and H. Great
shape. 769-2382. .10N10
OPEN 24 HOURS! Whistle Stop,-611 S.
Forest. Good Food. 14F17
PHOTO SUPPLIES
WANT A real wide wide-angle? How
about a Nikkor 21mm f4 lens for all
you lucky Nikon F or Nikkormat
users. Including viewfinder it lists for
$226, yours for a mere $110 for this
gem of a lens. Call Richard Lee, 764-
6755 or 764-0553. D18
AUTO-NIKKER 200 mm fM telephoto,
lens for Nikon F, Nikkormat, includ-
ing case for only $165. Call Richard
Lee, 764.6755, 764-0553. D17
BRAND NEW, includingguarantee
BRAUN EF-300 electronic flash with
Nicad batteries, very' powerful. Lists
at $199.50, yours for $150. Call Richard
764-6755. D

PETS AND SUPPLIES

M

TIGER KITTEN. Free to good home.
Will deliver. 663-7297 after 5 p.m. 4T12
FOR RENT
WANTED-Female to share semi-fur-
nished 2 bdrm, apt. Island Drive Apts.
Close to campus and hospitals. 663-
9181 after 5 p.m. 42C14
FURNISHED APT., beautiful 2 bdrm.,
on campus. All utilities. Summet
only. 769-6282. 43Ctc
LARGE 2 BDRM., furnished apt. Close
to campus, immediate occupancy to
Aug. Reasonable. Call 662-8701 or 668-
6906. 35C14
FALL-FOUR-MAN, 12 months, $260; 8
mos., $330: Close to campus. After 5,
662-6156. 31C14
OWN ROOM in 3-girl. Juy-Aug. $40/
mo. Near hospital. 769-3630, 32011
COMFORTABLE ROOM in house near
campus, available May 18 for summer
and/or fall. Call 769-2406, evenings
after 5. 33C13
FURN. HOUSE - June 15-Aug. 25. 2
bdrm., finished basement, garage,
shady, fenced backyard. 769-0477
weekends, after 5 p.m. - 40C14
COMPLETE HOUSE, 5 min. walk from
campus. 3 bdtms., spacious attic. Will
negotiate. 663-6528. 38C14
THIRD FEMALE roommate needed now
to share spacious modern apt., access
to pool and park grounds. Closely
located near medical center. Call 761-
1391 evenings after 6 p.m. 12U10

the
news to day
by The Associa ted Press and College Press Service

Page Three

INDIANA'S ATTORNEY GENERAL charged yesterday that
aides of Gary's black mayor, Richard Hatcher, are organizing acts
of violence to put the city under a "reign of terror."
Atty. Gen. Theodore Sendak said he has asked the FBI and the
Justice Department to investigate. Sendak himself lacks prosecuting
powers.
Sendak charged the mayor's staff with recruiting about 150 dem-
onstrators who invaded the Gary National Guard Armory Saturday
night and ate over $1,000 worth of food prepared for a testimonial
banquet for Gov- Edgar Whitcomb, a Republican.
The attorney general charged that violence in Gary has intensi-
fied in recent weeks. "The most disturbing element in this whole
picture is the apparent encouragement which the hoodlums got from
Gary's City Hall," he said.
'. * *
SECRETARY OF STATE WILLIAM ROGERS today is reas-
suring America's Southeast Asian allies that the Nixon adminis-
tration intends to fulfill its security obligations in their part of
the world.
Rogers is scheduled to address the two-day meeting of the South-,
east Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) whose members have ex-
pressed anxiety about U.S. intentions.
SEATO diplomats say intensified U.S. efforts to get peace in
Vietnam, President Nixon's known interest in a more active European
policy, and growing opposition in Congress to extensive foreign in-
volvements are behind the anxiety.

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ATTENTION-
STUDENT WIVES
We have immediate openings for stu-
dent wives who have had some tele-
phone operating experience or those
who wish to be trained in this field.
If you are one of these girls, drop in
to see our employment representative.
The office is located only 2% blocks
from campus.
New starting Wage
Wage credit for ex-employees
Must be available to work vaiety
of hours.
Apply M-F, 8-12, 1-5 p.m., 200 E. Huron,
City Center Bldg, 1st floor.
MICHIGAN BZLL TELEPHONE
an equal'opportunity employer
181112
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Glasses th black and white casee-
Betw. Hosp. and S. Division. 761-9801.'
2A11
FOUND-Gold Bulova girl's watch in
front' of LSA Bldg. Either call or
come in: at The Daily. A14
HELP! LOST in E. Packard area -
Brownish-grey tom cat; long-haired;
wearing collar and tag; named Kosh-
ka. Please call 761-0151, 761-2746. Re-
ward. 3A16
FOUND-S wk. old black male kitten in
Law Quad. Call 662-0050. A9
FOUND-Male grey tiger kitten. Call
761-1835. A4
LOST-Yellow mutt, smale male, short
ears, pink nose, chain collar, rabies
tag, very friendly. Reward. Phone 662-
7992 or 764-8377. Al
SUMMER SUBLET
AIR COND. APT. July-Aug. Call 663-
8120. 13U78
EFFICIENCY SUBLET in the Maynard
House, 400 Maynard. Available now-
Aug. 20. Rent negotiable. 764-2395 or
761-6615. 23U12
SUBLET July-Aug. in 4 man. $40/mo.
761-5217. 22U13
924 OALAND-Large 2 bedroom, nicely
furnished, carpeted, available immed-
lately to Aug. 1.
NO 8-6906
4lUtc
NEED GRAD, or grad student girl. Chic,
odd place. $55. I like discussions;
traveling; opera,,folk, classical music.
426 E. Kingsley. 662-0944. 20U9
NICE FURNISHED APT, to sublet and/
or lease. For 1-2 persons. Call betw.
3-7 p.m., 761-6670. 19U11
NEED 1 MAN for 4 man apt. Park
Plaza, immediate occupancy. Call
Steve, 769-3918. 18U11
CRYSTAL OPTICS Research Inc.-Hir-
Hring one experienced electro-mechani-
cal technician and one experienced
optical technician. Call 663-2481. 9H14
SUMMER SUBLETS
Come in and check our listings at:
737 Packard
1-5 p.m. 761-8063
U25
1-3 GIRLS NEEDED to sublet a 3 bdrm.
apt. for July and Aug. 2 blocks from
campus. $50/mo. Call 665-0870 around
suppertime. 14U10
THREE MEN NEED a fourth roommate
for summer sublet. Call 769-3874. 8Utc
THIRD FEMALE NEEDED. Grad or pro-
fessional. Modern 2 bdrm. apt. Con-
venient location. Call 761-2059. U2
PERSONAL
Yes!!!
IFC Sing
Records
Are HERE
Song chairmen call 761-7306
for information.

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A igiers
witness
testifies
MASON (AP) - A 20-Year-old
Negro testified yesterday that he
heard policeman Ronald August
say "that black nigger didn't even
kick" soon after shots were fired
in Detroit's Algiers Motel where
three Negro youths were found
dead.
The witness, Michael Clark, gave
his version of what happened at
the motel the night of July 26,
1967, at the peak of Detroit's rac-
ial riot.
August, 31, is on trial for first-
degree murder in the slaying of
one of the victims, Aubrey Pol-
lard, 19.
Clark testified that August was
among several police officers and
National Guardsmen who beat the
occupants of the motel as they
were lined up in a first-floor hall-
way. He said the police were seek-,
ing snipers who had been reported
shooting from theIbuilding.
One by one, Clark said, the half-
dozen Negro youths and two white
girls were taken into separatel
rooms for questioning. He said he.
heard shots fired after August
took one man into a room.
As August came out, Clark said,
the policeman declared: "That
black nigger didn't even kick."
Earlier, Lee Charles Forsythe, a
21 - year - old convicted - robber,_
pointed out August as the m a n
who took a Negro into a room in;
which he later Was found .slain at
the motel.-
Forsythe told an all-white jury
of 13 women and one man thatr
police a n d National Guardsmen
rounded up all the occupants in
the motel, lined t h e m up in a,
downstairs hallway, cursed and
beat them with gun butts and ri-
fle barrels.I
Placement
GENERAL DIVISIONt
3200 S.A.B.t
Current position openings received by
General Division by mail and phone,
pleasecall 764-7460 for further infor-
mation.
City of Detroit, Mich. - Positions in
Professional and administrative, engrg.
and scl., Community and social service,
hosp. services, nursing, med., dental,
curators, public service, transportation,
(Continued on Page 4)

Nixon, however, said during last year's presidential campaign
1, 2, 3 bedroom apartments with air that he looked to the time when Asian countries would take primary
conditioning and dishwasher. SomeII
are bi-level with 1112 baths. Excellent responsibility for their own security.
campus locations. * * *

Charter Realty
1335 South University
AAR 8825

SEAL CAMPUS:
Guardsmen prevent
rally at Berkieley
By The Associated Press
National Guardsmen sealed off the campus of the Uni-
versity of California at Berkeley last night after sheriff's
deputies used tear gas to clear demonstrators from the cen-
ter of the campus.
Earlier in the day about 1,500 demonstrators were pre-
vented from holding a rally; they then tried to shut down
nearby stores. About half a -

THE WHITE HOUSE is expected to announce today plans
for an early meeting between President Nixon and South Viet-
nam's President Nguyen Van Thieu.

23Ctc No details were available in advance but it was thought likely
MALE GA EK the conference would take place later in the week - quite possibly
MAEGRAD SEEKS second to share ; outside the continental limits of the U.S.
apt. for next year. Own room. Call sn
769-4410. 36C14*

FOll> SALE-Nikkor 24mm lens f 2.8
Wide "Angle lens for Nlkkormat, Nik-
kerrex, or Nikon F, FTN, etc. 1
month old, still under warranty, in
original bor - Heretofore unavailable
in the area-$185. Call Andy, 761-
0243, 761-9092. D6
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA 50. Reasonable. Good cond. 764-
2560. 8Z12
Honda of Ann Arbor
-t
3000 Packard at-Platt-971-4500
serving U of M since 1963
9Ztc
305 CC HONDA, 1966-Great shape. Call
Paul at 761-7060. 7211
350 CC RIVERSIDE, 1100 miles. 662-
3353. Owner going to Calif. dZ10
WANTED TO RENT

STUDIO APT. near Law Quad. $90. 668-1
7441. 21010
SINGLE ROOMS-$8-$10/week. Univer-
sity of Michigan students only. Now
thru Aug. 26. Elizabeth St. NO 2-1271.
1703
WANTED-Grad or senior to join four
other grads in spacious many-bed-
roomed house, $50 mo., immediately
occupancy, 840 Brookwood Place. Call
6-63-8 after 5. 24011
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL - Reduced. Very
attractive paneled, carpeted, furnish-
ed rooms for men or women. House
refrigerator and phone. Leases thru
June, August, or longer. $8-$11 week.
Call 663-5666, 662-7992, or 971-6270. 04

SELECTIVE SERVICE DIRECTOR Gen. Lewis Hershey has
told state draft directors to set up youth advisory boards in order
to give young people a voice in the draft system.
The young men and women recruited for the advisory councils
would have no say at the local board level, but would relay their ideas
directly to state directors.
Hershey cites successful experimental panels in Michigan and
other states and hopes "these kids'will be more nearly average and
typical than some of the kids we hear from these days."
79! ' 'E .i n nold, Wayne State University will speak
on "Invertase and the Translocation of
DAILY O FFICIAL Sucrose" Wednesday, May 21, 1969 at
4:15 p~m.,1139 Nat. Scl. Bldg.
BULLETIN Admissions Counseling - Ann Arbor
Campus students interested, in trans-
ferring to t h e University's Dearborn
f;: ,, .{sr :'... ;Campus should make appointments in
. the admissions office, 764-7433, to meet
-j with Mr. Robert Vokac or Mr. David
Day Cale ndar Robinson on Thursday, May 22. The
Dearborn Campus offers degree pro-
Tuesday, May 20 grams in liberal arts, business adminis-
tration and engineering, with co-op-
Bureau of Industrial Relations Semi- erative internships in the latter two
nar - "Management of Managers, Pro- fields of study.

dozen were clubbed by police
and five were arrested.,
A demonstration in support of
the Berkeley protesters at the
Santa Cruz campus was peaceful.
At Stanford University, police
dispersed about 200 demonstrators
protesting war-related research at
the university's Research Insti-
tute. Half a dozen persons were
arrested but no injuries were re-
ported.
At Livermore, Calif., a man
exploring abandoned mine shafts
Sunday found 18p sticks of dyna-
mite on propert owned by the
university's Lawrence Radiation
Laboratories. Police said the ex-
plosives, minus detonating caps,
had been hidden recently.
At Plymouth, N.H., a Superior
Court judge disqualified himself
in the case of five youths being
tried on contempt of court charges
stemming from the recent take-
over of the Dartmouth College
administration building.
The justice disqualified him-.
self after a defense attorney tes-
tified that he heard the judge
e x p r e s s e d strong sentiments
'against demonstration last year
at a state Bar Association meeting.
The Michigan Daily, edited and man-
aged by students of the University of
Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Michi-
gan, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor,
Michigan 48104. Published daily Tues-
day through Sunday tporning Univer-
sity year. Subscription rates: $9 by
carrier, $10 by mail.
Summer Session published Tuesday
through Saturday morning. Subscrip-
tion rates: $2.50 by carrier, $3.00 by
mail.
ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE
presents C
l"She Stoops to Conquer"
or
The Mistakes o ih
es o aNgh
o, by OLIVER GOLDSMITH
MAY 21, 22,23&24,
8:00 P.M.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Box Office Hours: 10:00 A.M.
O to 5:00 P.M. V
Phone 668-6300
54040""""

Douglas group
sells stocks
(Continued from Page 1)
asked Congress to investigate the
70-year-old Supreme Court jus-
tice's foundation role.
"The circumstances of the For-
tasN and Douglas 'fees' are strik-
ingly similar," Gross said on the
House floor, "except that in the
case of the latter the money comes
in part from the gambling tables
of Las Vegas."
The foundation was formed- in
1960 by .Los Angeles businessman
Albert B. Parvin, who sold his
stock in Parvin-Dohrmann Co.
last fall.
Parvin, named by the govern-
ment as an alleged co-conspirator
in stock charges against Wolfson,
is still listed as vice president of
the foundation that bears his
name.
The foundation has made grants
to Princeton University and UCLA
for fellowships for foreign stu-
dents.
Dial 8-6416
ENDS WEDNESDAY
Like a little boy's world, Jim Finney's
good time vanished overnight.
There was a sudden and desperate
need tb make his peace .
with reality. But what was reality to
Finney? What's reality to you?

FALL RENTALS
1111 S. STATE
401 E. MADISON
1035 WALL STREET
near Medical Center

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2, 3, & 4 MAN
IF YOU&NEED a roommate for a 2 man- Modern, well kept, furnished, air con-
2 bedroom apt. for fall, call Don ditioned, privately owned-References
Wood collect at 1-517-382-5514. 2L12 Ask our tenants.
BUSINESS SERVICES One & Two Bedrooms Available

FLOWER CHILD babysitting service_
Mon.-Fri., 8-5. Call 663-4555 after 6
p.m. 3J12
STENCILS, THESIS, and term papers
typed in my home. 769-5441. Ji
FRENCH by native teacher in evenings.
Classes of 4 maximum. Call 665-2105
after 6 p.m. 4J10
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
work in her home. Thesis, technical
typing, stuffing, etc. IBM electric.
Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 48Jtc
FOR SALE
1 ROLE of tweed CARPETING. 11x20.
Good condition. $50. Call 971-3309,
12B__
1960 CHEVY panel truck, runs well,
best offer over $300. Call 453-3452.
TWO CHARTER FLIGHT tickets,June
28 Price negotiable. Call 665-6976 after
5 p.m. 11B11
OSCILLOSCOPE. Signal generators and
power supplies. $150 for lot. Call 971-
1335. 9B17
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs and
instructions-209 S. State, 665-8001. X
GE STEREO, AM-FM, Multiplex with
Garrard changer, new cartridge, $125.
Call 769-4957. 3X10

Call 1-864-3852
or 1-353-7389
C39
FALL RENTALS
2 & 3 Bdrm Luxury Furnished Apts.

gram No. 90": North Campus Commons,
8:15 am.
Department of Psychiatry Lecture -
Dr. Tobias Brucher, Professor of Psy-
chiatry, University of Frankfort, "A Re-
port on a Research Project on Interpre-
tation": Auditorium, Children's Psy-
chiatric Hospital, 8:00 p.m.
GENERAL NOTICES
Student Relations Committee
Tuesday, May 20, 1969 7:30 p.m. at
the SAB Bldg. Council Room.
Agenda
1. Consideration of the minutes of
April 21 and May 5,
2. Discussion of drafts from "ad hoc
Bylaws Committee,"
3. University-Police Relations.
Botany Seminar: Dr. Wilfred N. Ar-

Fee Refund Schedule
The Registrar will honor student re
funds through 4:00 p.m. on the date
given below,
Kind of Refund - 100 per cent with
drawal, Spring-Summer Term, May 22
Spring ?z Term, May 22. Summer %;
Term, July 17.
Kind of Refund - Reduction, cours
load, Spring-Summer Term, May 22
Spring % Term, May 22. Summer %
Term, July 17.
Kind of Refund - 50 per cent with
drawal, Spring-Summer Term, June 19
Spring 1 Term, May 29. Summer %?
Term,' July 24.
Appropriateadjustments will be mad
for students in schools having opening
dates other t l a n May 7 and July 2,
1969. I

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

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

SHOWS AT
1-3-5-7-9

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Many of these units include air cond.,
balconies, dishwashers, laundry fa-
cilities and parking.
Call how to reserve your apt. for fall
27Ctc
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
vacationhome located on a 5mile
long lake.
Featuring:
0 Fireplaces
* Large balconies with storage,
* Fully carpeted and draped
e Central heat and cooling
0 Reserved Carport
A Swimming Pool
0 2 and 3 Bedroom units,

KWIK 'N' KLEEN
740 Packard,
BULK DRY CLEANING SALE!
Your first cleaning order entitles you to our
"special bag." Fill this with 4 or more gar-
ments and we'll give you 20% off on the
drycleaning.

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HOURS
Saturday 7:30 A.M.-6 P.M.
Mon.-Fri. 7:30 A.M.-8 P.M.

SHIRTS
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dry
cleaning
order

A FINE UPRIGHT PIANO for sale. We
bought this precision instrument but
never moved it from the lady's base.
ment. Take over payments-$25 total.
Call 761-0273, 761-9092, or 764-0552.
Ask for Andy. X14

up to 1650 sq. ft.
0 Boat Docking
* Rentals from $225 to $465
Model Open Daily
483-4454
1000 Grove Rd., Ypsilanti
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