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HELP WANTED
YARD WORK. Call 663-2256. 26H15
GRAD. STUDENT in Am. Hist./res./
writing, Am. studies. Call 769-3644.
27H14
Young Ladies Travel
Need five young ladies under 25. Must
be neat and single, free to travel im-
mediately to New York, Calif., Chi-
cago and other major cities in U.S.
No educational requirement or exper-
. lence necessary. Average earning $115
wk. plus $300 drawing acct. during
training. Transportation furnished.
Apply: Mr. Sanders, 769-3010. Ext.
301, 11 A.M. to 7 P.M.
an equal opportunity employer
29112
AVIATION LINEMAN Two positions.
One 5 p.m.-8 p.mi. ,six days weekly.
Other all day Saturday and Sunday,
Long term employment. Aviation
background or interest. Phone Bill
Warwin Twining Aviation, NO 3-
9321. 23H1
HISTO-TE HNOLOGISTS
CYTO-TECHNOLOGISTS
Needed for immediate employment.
4. ASCP registered or eligible. Excellent
salary and benefits. Apply Sparrow
Hospital Personnel, Lansing, or call,.
collect 1-517-487-6111, ext. 333. 25H1 1
COORDINATOR for University of Mich-
igan Fraternity guyers' Association;
15 hours per week; August-April; pub-
lic relations, supervisors, expansion;
$200 per month. 662-0257 or 2nd floor,
Student Activities Bldg., U of M.
A 28H114
MARRIED COUPLES-Mature counsel-
ors for summer youth canoeing and
hiking trips. Must be athletic.
s YM-YWCA
350 South Fifth Avenue
Phone: 663-0536
24H14
WANTED
Responsible man to substitute as se-
curity doorman during most of June.
Call 761-5437 for details. 22H13
MALE. 19-25, PART-TIME afternoons,
weekends, TRAINED interviewer, to
interview teenagers in rural, S.E.
Michigan. Call 764-8382. 21H12
LIFEGUARD WANTED w/sr. or instruc-
tors. Full time or part time, esp. wk-
ends. Apt,' for married couple. Call
HU 3-5010. 16H11
Young Men Travel;
Need five young men under 25. Must
'be neat, and single, free to travel
ir imediately to New York, Calif., Chi-
cago, and other major cities in the
U.S. No educational requirement or
experience necessary. Average earnings
$115/week plus $300 drawing acct. dur-
ing training, new car transportation
furnished.
Apply: Mr. Sanders, 769-3010, ext.
301, 11 A, A.-7 P.M.
an eq l opportunity employer
14 30H12

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NEWS PHONE:
764-0552

FOR RENT'
FURN. HOUSE - June 15-Aug. 25. 2
bdrm., finished basement, garage,
shady, fenced backyard. 769-0477
weekends, after 5 p.m. 40C14
WANTED--Female to share semi-fur-
nished 2 bdrm. apt. Island Drive Apts.
Closeato campus and hospitals. 663-
9181 after 5 p.m. 42C14
OWN ROOM in 3-girl. Juy-Aug. $401
mo. Near hospital. 769-3630. 32C11 d

FOR RENT

Wednesday, May 21, 1969 Ann Arbor, Michigan Page Three

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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.

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WANTED-Grad or senior to join four
other grads in spacious many-bed-
roomed, house, $50 mo., immediately
occupancy, 840 Brookwood Place. Call
663-8376 after 5. 24C11
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. C4
FALL RENTALS
1111 S. STATEj
401 E. MADISON
1035 WALL STREET

Property Management Division
106 S. Main 769-2800
Fall
Apartments
1, 2, 3 Bedroom
Furnished Apts.

near Medical Center Include carpeting and drapes, air con-
I ~ditioning, balcony, garbage 'disposal,
2, 3, & 4 MAN dishwasher, parking, laundry facili-
Modern, well kept, furnished, air con- ties. Come to our rental office at 737
ditioned, privately owned-References. Packard.
-Ask our tenants. 761-8055
One & Two Bedrooms Available ___ __ _6Ctc_

Call 1-864-3852
or 1 -353-7389

C39

FALL RENTALS
2 & 3 Bdrm Luxury Furnished .,Apts.

121
511
711
914
915

E. Hoover
E. H oover
Arch
S. siateo
S. Division.

665-8330
665-9627
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
27Ctc
BRAND NEW
SHORE VIE/ APTS.
Features large 1 and 21 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
swiihming pool. All utilities includ-
ed except electricity. Immediate
occupancy Phone 761-3998 or 665-
0057. Offices 42 or 414 Kellogg,
corner of Broadway and Pontiac
Trail to the end of Kellogg. C11

Albert Terrace
1700 Geddes
Now renting for Fall
Extra large 2 bedroom bi-levels
Fully carpeted and furnished
3-5 man. Featuring:
" dishwasher
" 11/2 baths
4 balcony
" sound conditioning
" storage and laundry facilities
" off street parking y
Stop by and see resident manage; in
Apt. A-7 1-5:30 p.m. Mon.-Sat. or
phone 761-1717, Charter Realty.
29Ctc
5 MAN
Available Fall
761 -7600
26Ctc
xCAMPUS-HOSPITAL AREA
521 WALNUT
Extra large, modern, furnished, dish-
washer.
4 MAN--2 BEDROOMS
3-MAN-2 BEDROOMS
Modern Apartments Inc.
NO 8-6906
14Ctc

the
news today.
by The Associated Press and College Press Service
PRESIDENT NIXON will meet with Vietnamese President
Nguyen Vaii Thieu, June 8, to appraise the war and the possibil-
ities of peace, it was announced yesterday.
Both presidents will fly to Midway Island for a 'one-day summit
meeting to clarify any misunderstandings on policy and seek agree-
ment on a course for the future.
Thieu said Saturday, "I feel it is necessary to set up a common
policy at this juncture in the situation." This followed by three days
Nixon's talk to the nation proposing mutual withdrawal of the con-.
forces in Vietnam.
Administration officials have said that the United States is will-
ing to discuss the Viet Cong's proposal at the Paris peace talk for' crea-
tion of a coalition government to supervise national elections in Viet-
nam. Thieu has consistently opposed a coalition.
Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.), speaking out in the Senate for
the first time against the Nixon administration's Vietnam policy, yes-
terday called on Nixon to withdraw the order given by the Johnson
administration to step up pressure against the Viet Cong on the
ground in Vietnam.
"American lives are' too valuable to be sacrificed for military
pride," he said.
THE HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE yesterday,
told Nixon administration spokesmen that the ten per cent surtax
would not be extended unless a cut was made in expenditures.
Secretary of the Treasury David Kennedy urged the committee
to approve promptly the extension of the surtax and not wait, as a
number of Democrats are demanding, until a package of tax reforms
can accompany it.
The budget the administration seeks would result in a $6.3 billion
surplus for the next fiscal year. This is "none to large to cope with
inflation," an administration spokesman said, He warned that refusal{
to extend the surtax would risk a possible recession.
Rep. Wilbur Mills (D-Ark.), Chairman of the House Ways and
Means Committee, said that if the administration's request is allotted
now, "before the end of the year there will have to be $5 billion to $6
billion more appropriated. It has always been that way."
* * * '
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
will conduct a second poor people's march on Washington within
the-next three weeks, the Rev. Ralph D. Abernathy said yesterday.
Abernathy, president of the SCLC, said the trek will begin with
a march on Montgomery, Ala, and will be joined by caravans from
other states including Mississippi and Illinois.
Abernathy outlined 10 demands, which he called "reasonable
and attainable," that the Poor People's Campaign will attempt to
present.to the President. Included in the demands are uniform wel-
fare plans and an end to the war in Vietnam.

Officer
resigns

FTC

proposes

Continued from Page 1)
received complaints of mistreat-
ment of blacks.
Chauncey was struck twice in
the police station, according to
Larcom and Forsythe's report.
Cowley has said that what hap-
pened to Chauncey is "symbolic
of what happens to black people
when they are taken to the police
station."
"The black person never knows
if he will be treated with justice
or if he will be beaten," Cowley
claims. "Safeguards must be found
to see that these kinds of things
do not happen to any citizen."
Krasny called Cowley's charge
"a complete falsehood." Neverthe-
less, Larcom and Forsythe said,
"The police department has taken
corrective measures to avoid any
repetition of this type of inci-
dent."
HRC asked that a meeting be
held with Police Chief Walter
Krasny, Mayor RobertnHarris,
Forsythe and Larcom and that
there be a definite outline of po-
lice procedures when a person is
arrested.
Wagner and his attorney have
waived a formal hearing and
made his resignation effective as
of yesterday. According to fair
labor practices a veteran must be
notified of his ' dismissal 15 days
in advance and he must be al-
lowed a hearing.
According to Larcom and For-
sythe the investigation's report
included over 80 pages of material.
Thirty-one people were inter-
viewed during the investigation
and "no person known to have
been present and witnessed any
portion of the events was omit-
ted."

Bylaws face
new battle
(Continued from Page 1)
The present effort to draft new
regental bylaws on student con-
duct is part of attempts to imple-
ment the 14-month-old recom-
mendations of the Hatcher Com-
mission Report.,
That report included a provi-
sion similar to the one around
which the present controversy
enters. "Only insofar as the off-
campus behavior is relevant to
legal or explicit ethical codes de-
fining the fitness of a candidate
for professional status or for the
career toward which the program
in which he is enrolled is aimed,
should the faculty of his academic
unit be entitled to consider this
behavior in determining a stu-
dent's eligibility to continue in
that program."
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN,

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,
Michigat 48104. Published daily Tues-
day through Sunday morning 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.
EACH CLUB
presents
PETER GRIFFITH

harsh warrnns
09
for cigarettes
WASHINGTON ( - The Federal Trade Commission pro-
posed yesterday that all cigarette advertising be required to
state that smoking cigarettes is dangerous to health and may
cause death.
It would require that all advertisements disclose clearly
and prominently t h a t "cigarette smoking is dangerous to
health and may cause death from cancer, coronary heart dis-
ease, chronic bronchitis, pulmonary emphysema and other
diseases."
The FTC said it is formally promulgating a rule to take
effect sometime after June 30 When the moratorium set by

LIKE TO SING? Temple Beth Emeth
(reform) Is looking for additional
choir members, men and women
needed. Not necessary to read music
or' Hebrew. Uall 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 - ooking for summer
work? Call 662-9726. 10Htc
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.

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CAMPUS-I BLOCK
418 E. Washington
Modern-Furnished-Large 1 Bedroom
apts. for 2 and 3 students.
Fall Rentals NO 8-6906
15Ctc
TV RENTALS
$8.50 per month
761-1945
Free same day delivery and service
New 19" portables
cis

SHOWS AT
1-3-5-7-9

w MICHIGAN

DIAL
5-6290

........

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.

FALL
r 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
C31
SUMMER SUBLET

SMarion Richard
Brando Boone
inaJERRY GERSHWIN-ELLIOTT KASTNER Production
Tke eight Of The Fpllowing DAYB
A UNIVERSAL RELEASE in TECHNICOLOR"
THURSDAY
"~THE ILLUSTRATED MAN"I

TONIGHT

RELAX YOUR MIND
at the
HOOT

E ,
1421 Hill St.
8:30 P.M.
MICHAEL
COONEY

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speaking on and playing
Transcriptions of
Bach's Music for
Guitar
Thursday, May 22, 8 PEM
Guild House-802 Monroe
jelly donuts, other edibles & FUN
Everyone Welcome!
For'further information, call
769-1605, 761-8291, 769-2922

Days.Calendar
Wednesday, May 21 .
Bureau of Industrial Relations Semi-
nar - "Management of Managers, Pro-
gram No. 90": North Campus Commons,
8:15 a.m.
Botany Seminar: Dr. Wilfred N.; Ar-
nold, Wayne State University "Inver-
tase and the Translocation of Sucrose"
at 4:15 p.m., 1139 Nat. Sci. Bldg.
Ann Arbor Branch American Associa-
tion of University Women Lecture -
Design in Our Lives - Our Tine -
Charles W. Cares, Jr., Professor of Land-
scape, University of Michigan, "An Ap-
proach to Design": Rackham Amphi-
theatre, 7:30 p.m.
GENERAL NOTICES
Fee Refund Schedule
The Registrar will honor student re-
funds through 4:00 p.m. on the dates
given below.
Kind of Refund - 100 per cent with-,
drawal, Spring-Summer Term, May 22{
Spring % Term, May 22. Summer %
Term,,"July 17.
Kind of Refund - Reduction, course
load, SpringSumnmer Term, May 22.

*Congress on regulation of cig-
arette advertising expires,
Congress is now considering
legislation which would extend the
moratorium. T h e FTC action
would be voided if the extension
is voted.
In proposing the new, tougher
rule, the FTC claimed "additional
evidence has come to light" since
1964 liurking cigarette smoking to
coronary heart disease, chronic
bronchitis, and pulmonary emphy-
sema as well as cancer.
The regulations would apply o
all advertisements on newspapers
magazines, radio and television as
well as the labeling on the package
itself.
The proposed warning contrasts
sharply with that enacted b9y Con-
gress in the 1965 federal cigarette
labeling and advertising act. That
statute required packages to state:
"Caution: Cigarette smoking may
be hazardous to your health."
Spring , Term, May 22. Summer %
Term, July 17.
Kind of Refund - 50 per cent with-
drawal, Spring-Summer Term, Jun 19.
Spring 'a Term, May 29. Summer i
Term, Juy 24.
Appropriate adjustments will be made
for students in schools having openitg
dates other t h a n May 7 and July 2,
1969.
Placement
GENERAL DiVISION
3200 S..B.
Current position openings received by
General Division by mail and phone,
please call 764-7460 for further infor-
mation.
Ashland Community Hospital, 'Ash-
land, Oregon - Internist to take over
established practice in s m a 11 college
town.
State of Connecticut, - Sr. Serologist
degree in chem, phys. r biol. sci. and
2 yrs. in public he a 1th or red lab.
Pharmacist, license req.
City of Milwaukee, Asst Managing
Director of Safety Commission, degree
in areas such as jdurn., , educ., com-
munic., engrg., and course work in saf-
ety education desired, plus 3 years exper
in public relations or related areas, or
masters in safety ed.
State of Michigan - Department
Aide, Law Sch. grad. Public Welfare
Trainee and Worker, BA degree and 0-1
year in social work position or in a
dept. of public welfare. Clinical Psy-
chologist, Clin. Soc. Worker, Welfare
Soc. Worker, Welfare Soc. Work Super-
visor. '
Management Consultants, -' Plant
Personnel Manager, degree in Indust.
Rel., Personnel Admin, and mm, 3 yrs.
Personnel Assistant, degree and person-
nel generalist exper L a b o r Relations
(Continued on Page 4
Ever see one hundred
sixty - seven Spaniards
whomp twenty-four mil-
lion mad Incas?
TRHOTS! (next week)
ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE
presents 0
rShe Stoops to Conquer"
or
The Mistakes of a Night
0 by OLIVER GOLDSMITHT
MAY 21, 22, 23 & 24
c 8:00 P.M.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre0
Box Office Hours
o 10:00 A.M.-Curtain
SPhone 668-6300

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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 variety'
of hours.
Apply M-F, 8-12, 1-5 p.m., 200 E. Huron,.
City 'Center Bldg, 1st floor.
MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE
an equal opportunity employer
181112
FOR RENT
DUPLEX-Sublet or rent, i1g. living
room, lg. bedroom, utility room- and
garage. $150/mo. Call Mr. Paup, 663-
4231 or Mary Kirk, 761-7626. 45C14
GROUND FLOOR duplex for rent. $165
2 bdrms., avail. Sept; 8. 668-8507.
46014
FURNISHED APT., beautiful 2 bdrm.,
on campus. All utilities. Summer
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
COMFORTABLE ROOM in house near
campus, available May 18 for summer
and/or fall. Call 769-2406, evenings
after 5. 33013
COMPLETE HOUSE, 5 min. walk from
campus. 3 bdrms., spacious attic. Will
negotiate. 663-q528. 38014
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
FALL

Featuring:
Fireplaces
* Large balconies with storage
* Fully carpeted and draped
* Central heat and cooling
0 Reserved Carport
0 Swimming Pool
* 2 and 3 Bedroom units,.
up to 1650 sq. ft.
* Boat Docking
f Rentals from $225 to $465
Model Open Daily
483-4454 %
1000 Grove Rd., Ypsilanti
C30
WANTED-1 Female for 4-man. Fall-
winter term. Angie, 665-7976. 47C14

DON'T BE
LEFT OUTi
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

ROOM FOR GIRL in large house $40,
now. 663-3675. - 24U13
SMASHING four-man apt. needs 1 man.
Call John, 6625740. 25U15
AIR COND. APT. July-Aug. Call 663-
8120. 13U8
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, OAKLAND--Large 2 bedroom, nicely
furnished, carpeted, available immed-
iately to Aug. 1.
NO 8-6906
4lUtc
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-
ing 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

,

THURS., FRI. and SAT.-

"Wearing a genuine smile, and '
a comfortable outfit, he pro-
ceeded to amaze the audience with his versatility, virtuosity,
personality, and originality. In other words, one doesn't talk about
Michael Cooney, one listens to him."--Michigan Daily

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Program Information 662-6264
LAST TIMES TODAY-
1:00-3:40-6:15-8':55
Ladies 75c until 6 P.M.

Palomar
Pctures
Internatonal l ~ ~
presents,
an Assocates
ar4 Aldrich
Production
09hep

Dial 8-64 16
ENDS WEDNESDAY
Like a little boy's world, Jim Finney's
good time vanished overnight.
There was a sudden and desperate
need to make his peace
with reality. But what was reality to
Finney? What's reality to you?

....--C mU P9IONm - - --
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* THOMPSON'S
PIZZA
161-0001I
$1.00 OFF
i One a large one item (or more)
pizza. One coupon per pizza.
Pick Up Only
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the Armory
i Expires Aug. 1
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THREE MEN NEED a fourth roommate
for summer sublet. Call 769-3874. 8Utc
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS'
TWO SPEAKERS, large, in 6 cubic foot
enclosures. $20-25, each. RCA console
TV, not working, $5. Speaker alone
worth .that. Many records, jazz and
folk: $.50-1.00. 916 Church. NO 3-4086
after 6 p.m. X13

TOMORROW
HAYLEY M ILLS
HYWEL BENNETT in

ends tonight, one complete show 7:15

"MAKES'THERESE AND ISABEL' LOK TAMEt"w*
SUGGESTED.FOR MATURE AUDIENCES

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
UNUSED SONY 250 Tape Deck. Bought
for language course I didn't take.
Plus 18 blank tapes. $100. Ph. 769-
3386. 4X13
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments, acces-

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