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Thursday, May 22, 1969 Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Page Three

Flint report
asps growth

Burger nominated
U.S. chief justice

Call 764-0557-Monday thru Friday, 10 A.M.-1 P.M.

HELP WANTED
MALE, 19-25, PART-TIME afternoons.
L~e weekends, TRAINED interviewer, to
interview teenagers in rural, 8,E.1
Michigan. Call 764-8382. 21H12
.GRAD. STUDENT in Am. Hist./studies
for res./writing. Call 769/3644. 27H14
2 SINGLE disorganized males need
housekeeper for I work % days each
week. Pay $2.00/hi. Contact Alan,
761-2916 and leave message. 32H16
YARD WORK. Call 663-2256. 26H15
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-
ience 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
29H12
AVIATION LINEMAN Two positions.
One 5 p.m.-8 p.m. six days weekly.
Other all lay Saturday and Sunday.
Long term employment. Aviation
background or rinterest, Phone Bill
Warwin Twining Aviation, NO 3-
9321. 23H1
HISTO-TECHNOLOGISTS
CYTO-TECHNOLOGISTS
Needed for immediate employment.
ASCP registered or eligible. excellent
salary and benefits. Apply Sparrow
Hospital Personnel, Lansing, or call
collect 1-517-487-6111, ext. 333,. 251116
COORDINATOR for University of Mich-
igan Fraternity Buyers' 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'
281114

HELP WANTED
Young Men Travel
Need five young men under 25. Must
be neat, and single, free to travel
immediately 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.M.-7 P.M.
an equal opportunity employer
30H12
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. l7Utc
EXPENSE PAID VACATION. Couple or
two men. Help run small lakeuresort.
Mid-June-late Aug. 761-7577. 31116
USED CARS'
'57 DODGE Station Wagon, V8, auto-
matic, power steering, radio, snow
tires. 761-7831. 18N16
FORD,, '61 Conv. (good top). $175. Cal]
665-6844 after 6. 19N21
'64 CORVAIR MONZA. Beautiful cond.
$550 or best offer. Call Bill, 769-1147
after 5 p.m. 20N16
'59 FORD Station Wagon. Clean, reli-
able. $75. Call 663-9885. 15N12
'64 VW, EX. mech. cond., body rough.
$500. Call 761.-0782. 14N12

PHOTO SUPPLIES (Continued from Page 1)
BAUER SUPER-8 movie camera. Excel- The committee recommended in
lent condition. $85. Call 761-6167. 2D13 this area that the University:
-"Explore with potential pri-
AT CENTURY vate developers the terms under
which they would undertake the
The Best in building of such accommodations
Good Used Cameras in the vicinity of Flint campus,"
and that
Pentrax H3V F2.0, Case......... $95 -"In view of the anticipated
Pentrax H3V F1.8, Meter .... $125 enrollment increases over the next
Pentrax Spotomatic with Case $175 ten years, considerations may have
Nikon "F" F2.0, Auto. only .... $175 to be given to University owned
Canon 7S F1.8 (Leica type) .... $150 housing only after other methods
400mm Takumar FS.6, case .... $165 of private apartments have been
Visoflex LL1 Prism latest .... $110 fully utilized."
CENTURY CAMERA The apartment shortage has
(At our new location) been a major grievance of Flint
4254 N. Woodward, Royal Oak College's handful of black stu-
Between 13 and 14 Mile Rd. dents, who claim the lack of stu-
LI $-6356 dent housing prevents recruitment
of blacks from the Detroit area.
Take 94 to Southfield Expr. North to Members of the committee were
13 Mile Road-then East to Judith Davis, a Flint College stu-
Woodward and North dent; Dean David French of Flint
(Michigan Bank, Security and Diner College; William Haber, former
Charges acqepted) dean of the literary college;
D17_George Hall, a manager of the
LOST AND FOUND Sears Roebuck Co. in Flint and a
member of the Flint Citizens Ad-
FOUND on Walnut St. Sat. night-1 visory Committee; Prof. Joseph
man's watch: Call P. R. Muck, 761 Payne, chairman of SACUA; Prof.
Alfred G. Raphelson, chairman of
FOUND-Gold Bulova girl's watch in Flint College's psychology depart-
front of LSA Bldg. Either call or ment; Everett Soop, director of
come in at The Daily.A14 the University Extension Service;
HELP! LOST in E. Packard area - and Stephen Spurr, dean of the
Brownish-grey tom cat; long-haired; graduate school.
wearing collar -and tag; named Kosh- A similar report on the future
ka. Please call 761-0151, 761-2746. Re-
ward. 3A16 of the University's Dearborn Cam-
FOUND--B wk. old black male kitten in pus is expected to be completed
Law Quad. Call 662-0050. A9 sometime this month.
LOST-Yellowmutt, smale male, short
ears, pink nose, chain collar, rabiesD
tag, very friendly. Reward. Phone 662- .OA L
7992 or 764-8377. Al
DTTT TT 'rXT%

(Continued from Page 1)
man with a reputation as a hard-
liner on criminals."
Sen. Robert C. Byrd, (D-W. Va.)
said, "I knew him as a law and
order judge . His record d i d
not associate him with the acti-
vists on the court."
"He has demonstrated m a n y
fine attainments," said Sen. Ro-
man L. Hruska, (R-Neb.) "one of
which will have especially w i d e
appeal and that is his consistent
support of law and order."
Burger, whose first and middle
names coincidentally are the re-
verse of the present chief justice's
name, was on most lists of those
who speculated in recent months
about what Nixon called last night
"the most important nomination
the President of the United States
makes during his term of office."
But Nixon's choice remained a
secret throughout Wednesday aft-
ernoon after the White House an-I
nounced the President had reach-
ed a decision and would take to
nationwide radio and television at
7 p.m. to make known his selection
of a jurist who has won a reputa-
tion as a "law and order" judge
on the appellate court.
Only when Nixon marched into
the East Room of the White House
with Burger at his side did the
verdict become known-at least,
to those able to recognzie the tall,
white-haired judge.
"The chief justice is the guard-'
M. Ed. and certification. Two y e a r
teaching commitment with Corps.
University of Maryand NASA Sum-
mer Institute in Public Administration,
June 30-Aug. 8. Open to undergraduates
(Jr. next year or Sr.) Full tuition, trips,
part-time employment responsibilities
assumed by the Program. Apply before
June 2. Interest in Public Ad., and min,
i course in Amer. Govn't.
National Rehabilitation Counseling
Employment Exchange booklet offers'
contacts for employment in all areas of
rehab. Spring 69 issue now available.
Areas of employment: Admin., Supv.,
Research, College and Univ. positions,
Couns. Psychologists, Fellowships and
Traineeships, Placement Specialists,
Rehab. and Vocational Couns., Rehab.
Therapists, Social Workers, Work Eval-
uators and Work Adjustment Special-

ian of the constitution of the
United States," said Nixon. "Re-
spect for law in a nation is the
most priceless asset a free people
can have. The chief justice and
his associates are the ultimate
custodians and guardians of that
priceless asset."
"I have known him through .21
years," the President said of the
former assistant attorney general
in the Eisenhower administration.
"I would evaluate him as being
qualified intellectually, qualified
from the standpoint of judicial
temperament, of judicial philoso-
phy .
Then, in a phrase appeared di-
rected at the court's recent dis-
comfiture, the President added:
". . and qualified because of his
unquestioned integrity throughout
his private and public ,life."
Burger was born in St. Paul,
Minn., Sept. 17, 1907. He was grad-
uated from the University of Min-
nesota and received his law degree
from St. Paul College of Law -
now Mitchell College of Law.
For 22 years, he remained in
private law practice in Minnesota
until, in 1953, he was appointed by.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower to
be assistant attorney general in
charge of the Justice Department's
Civil Division.
In March 1956, the Senate con-
firmed Burger's nomination to be
a judge on the Circuit Court of
Appeals for the District of Colum-
1bia,
ists, Agency Mgmt. and Operation
Specialists, and4 other personnel.
Interagency Board of U.S. Civil Ser-
vice Examiners announces careers with
Immigration a n d Naturalization Ser-
vice, U.S. Border Patrol officers and
related jobs.
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 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.

the
news today
by The Associated Press and College Press Service
SIRHAN SIRHAN was sentenced to death yesterday by Judge
Herbert Walker despite a letter from Sen. Edward Kennedy
pleading that the life of his brother's assassin be saved.
Walker denied Sirhan a new trial, but the death penalty places
the case on automatic appeal to the California Supreme Court. This
and other legal maneuvering make it unlikely that Sirhan would be
executed in San Quentin's gas chamber for at least a year.
In a letter to Evelle Younger, Los Angeles County district attorney,
Kennedy said, "My brother was a man of love and sentiment and com-
passion. He would not have wanted his death to be a cause for the
taking of another life."
THE RHODESIAN GOVERNMENT published a proposed
constitution yesterday which would give the country's overwhelm-
ing black majority more representation only if they pay more
taxes.
Referendum on the proposal, set for June 20, is almost sure to
pass along with a companion proposal making Rhodesia a republic
free of ties with Britain. Most of Rhodesia's 89,000 voters are white.
The new constitution would give the igovernment the power of
preventive detention and restriction without trial. It will also give
police additional powers to research people and property without
warrant, allow for compulsory deprivation of property and permit laws
"for the regulation of newspapers and other publications."
The constitution specifies that over 44 million acres of land will
be reserved for the 250,000 whites while 45 million will be allotted
the country's 4 million blacks.
THE HOUSE passed and sent to the Senate yesterday an
emergency $3.78 billion appropriations bill after refusing to elimi-
nate funds for the war in Vietnam.
The bill provides miscellaneous agencies with funds for the re-
maining weeks of the fiscal year ending June 30. A large portion,
$1.18 billion, is for government pay raises that went into effect last
July. *
A standing vote of 140 to 25 defeated an amend1ment by William
F. Ryan (D-NY) to eliminate the $1.23 billion earmarked for Vietnam.
Ryan and those who supported pim want an immediate end to U.S.
military activities in Southeast Asia.
B r

MARRIED COUPLES-Mature counsel-
or for summer youth canoeing and
hiking trips. Must be athletic,
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
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 Tirained in this field.
If you are one of these girls, drop in
to see our employment representative.
The office is located only 2% blocks
fromn campu .
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., 20 E. Huron,
City Center Bldg, 1st /floor.
MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE
an equal opportunity employer
181112
COLLEGE MEN - Looking for summer
work? Call 662-9726. IOHtc
Russ Gibb revives
Rock "n.Rl
*May 30th-31 st
12 NOON 212 MIDNIGHT
Michigan State
Fairgrounds
Adm. $3.50
The Frost, SRC,
MC5, Chock Berry,
Johnny Winters,
many, many others
8 Mile at Woodward
DETROIT

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'33 PLYMOUTH coupe, very good cond.,
Chevy powered with rumble seat.
Must sell. $600. Call 434-1320. 16N16
1968 VW-Dark blue, AM-FM radio.
Call 663-5585 after 7 p.m. 17N12
TRIUMPH TR3, 1961. New engine, steer-
ing, tires.. Beautiful. $450. 663-0256.
11N12
1964 PONTIAC ,GTO. $895. Good cond.
Call 761-2916 betw. 11 a.m.-l1 p.m.
13N14
OPEN 24 HOURS! Whistle Stop, 611 S.
Forest. Good Food. 14F17

BIKES AND SCOOTERS I
650 MATCHLESS-$400 or best offer.
Honda 50-$90 or best offer. Call 761-
7906 after 4. 13Z16
1967 HONDA 90 step-through. Ex. cond.,
stored 1 year, low mileage. $190. Chris-
tine, 665-4252 10Z13
'68 HONDA CL-90, excellent. $250. Call
Kaz, 761-6683 11Z13
HONDA 50, 1965. 3200 miles, good con-
dition. 663-3522 mornings. 12Z14
HONDA 50. Reasonable. Good cond. 764-
2560. 8Z12

D U L L 1 hllrI

Placement
GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
Department of State, Agenc'y for In-
ternational Development, Internships
for leadership in a r e a s of internat'l.
dev. Backgrounds in econ., bus. ad., law,
govn't., internat'l. rel., acctg. and oth-
ers are most appropriate. Postcard for
convenience of applicants avail at P. S.
Teacher Corps at O h i o University,
Athens, Ohio, program of 2 years plus
summer beginning Sept. 69, leading to

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5-6290

FOR SALE
CHEAP WINDOW FANS, couch, dress-
er, bookcase, ironing, extra long bed,
kitchen table and chairs. 665-0867.
13B14
RUMMAGE SALE ,- Sweaters, books,
records, old china, sound equipment?
and other good stuff cheap. Thurs.
and Fri., May 22-23, after 6 p.m.
Garage of 916 Church. NO 3-4086. B13
EASY CHAIR, bookcase, .b&w TV, mis-
cellaneous. Best offers. 663-3787 p.m.
15B13
OSCILLOSCOPE. Signal generators and
power supplies. $150 for lot. Call 971-
1335. 9817
TRANSPORTATION
I NEED A RIDE to the Washington,
D.C.; area. Call Fred, 662-2282. 6G12
WANTED TO RENT
IF YOU NEED a roommate for a 2 man-
2 bedroom apt. for fall, call Don
Wood collect at 1-517-382-5514. 2L12
ANN ARBOR CIVIC XHEATREU
presents C
O"She Stoops to Conquer"Ql
or
The Mistakes of a Night
by OLIVER GOLDSMITH
MAY21I,22, 23& 24 v
8:00 P.M.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre0c
Box Office Hours .
o 10:00 A.M.-Curtain c
Phone 668-6300

Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt-971-4500
serving U of .M since 1963
(Continued on Page 4)

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Ever see a billion dollars
in solid gold stolen'before
your very eyes?
TRHOTS! (next week).

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WHAT EVER
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BABY JANE
dir. Robert Aldrich (1962)
Bette Davis
Joan Crawford

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