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THE MIHIGAN D~AILY PAI

MEHA VILLAGE:
Plan Community for Retired Teachers

By BARBARA LAZARUS
MehA Village, a planned retire-
ment community to provide ideal
conditions for those who have
served as teachers in the state of
Michigan, is expected to open in
Y the fall of 1965.
The Board of Governors of the
Michigan Education Home Asso-
ciation, a private, non-profit
group affiliated with the Michi-
gan Education' Association, has
been working on this project. t
Large Size
A large site of land located just
outside of Ann Arbor has been

purchased. This-location will allow
residents to take full advantage
of the educational and cultural
opportunities of Ann Arbor and
Detroit, as well as the services
of the University Hospital.
The original plan of Meha Vil-
lage is for 500 persons, but it may
be expanded to include some 1500.
The residents will have a similar
background, and, there will be a
composite of interests.
There are several types of ac-
commodations available to mem-
bers. They may live in rooms,

Valuable GIFT for
m ae students of
ICH IGAN
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The most practical assortment of fine, nationally-adver,
tised products-courtesy of these famous manufacturers.
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apartments, or compact cottage-
type quarters.
There will be a diverse recrea-,
tional, social and cultural pro-
gram for the members. Facilities
for fishing, swimming, professional
meetings in several auditoriums
and social activities such as danc-
ing and games will be available.
Residents may also take partain
the maintenance of the hotel ac-
tivities. They may help in the
kitchen, serve as secretaries in
the administration offices, or su-
pervise the many activities offered
to the guests.
Several dining rooms will offer
a varied menu with at least a tri-
ple serving at each course. Gra-
cious dining, is planned with a
choice of smaller dining rooms
with different decors.
Drawing Pensions
Any person who is an M.E.A.
member, and is drawing a pension
from the Michigan Public School
Employee's Retirement Fund, or
any other private school or higher
education employee who qualifies
is eligible.
Three fees--founders, medical
and security-plus a small monthly
rental rate will cover all living
expenses, lodging, meals and com-
plete medical care.
The founders fee will be $350,
and if the person does not enter
the residence this will be consid-
ered a charitable gift. While re-
siding at Meha Village, the resi-
dent will pay a monthly fee of
half his social security.

Ann Arbor
Treasurer
Leaves Post
City Treasurer LeRoy H. Stod-
dard has resigned from his position
for health reasons.
His resignation will become ef-
fective Jan. 1, following 13 years
of service.
Robert E. Gross, assistant to
the superintendent o the utilities
department, will succeed Stoddard.
According to City Adminisrator
Guy C. Larcom, Gross, who has
worked for the city for 15 years,
has always been willing to accept
"extra responsibilities and duties.
Other city council business Mon-
day night included the replace-
ment of Prof. John C. Kohl of
the engineering college by Prof.
Donald N. Cortright of the civil
engineering department on the
Citizens Advisory Board on Off
Street Parking.
Prof. Cortright will serve on
the committee until Prof. Kohl's
return from a leave of absence.
ID Cardsr
Replacements for identifica-
tion cards have been made for
all those students who enrolled
last spring and whose ID cards
have given names printed be-
fore the family name.
For example, if the ID card
says Mary Smith it must be ex-
changed for a new ID card
saying Smith, Mary. ,
Exchange may be made Dec.
11-14 from 8:30-12 a.m. and
1:00-4:30 p.m. in Rm. 1510
Administration Bldg. There will
be no charge for the exchange.
Students must pick up these
new cards in order to register
for the spring semester or else
they will have to pick them up
during registration.
Plan Ski Weekend
At Snow Valley
The Union and Women's League
Ski Weekend will be held Feb. 2-4
at Snow Valley in Gaylord. Tickets
will be on sale Jan. 4-10 from 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. on the main floor
of the Union. Reservations are
available for 150 students.

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'i 11:30 A.M.

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INCOME PROPERTIES for sale, call us
for complete information on several
properties with terms ranging from
$1,500 down.

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RBOR
SSOCIATES,
REALTORS
1829 W. Stadium at Pauline NO

5-9114
R2

STUDIO, 1600 sq. ft., Music, Dance, Re-
ducing, Ceramic, large assembly room
33x15, 4 smaller rooms, over Pretzel
Bell, 2-5 year lease. Call Lansing, ED
2-3583 or ED 7-9305. R3

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1960 CORVAIR 4 door-700 series. Black,
radio, heater, W.S. tires, standard
trans. 6091%z E. Williams, Apt. 6. Week-
ends only. N37
1958 Chevy Bel-Air - Four Door Power
Steering, Power Brakes, Power Win-
dows, Power Seat. Excellent condi-
tion, $950. NO 3-3029 after 5 P.M. B27

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .70 1.95 3.45
3 .85 2.40 4.50
4 1.00 2.85 4.95
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily
Phone NO 2-4786

REWARD $25, for return of a black and
chrome Hercules bicycle license 5824B
taken from West Quad. No questions
asked. Call 2-4401, Ext. 103 Mich. A35
FRESH CUT Christmas trees, pine, bal-
sum, spruce, table top trees, apt.
size., 537 Detroit, NO 8-9712. B31
MAN'S charcoal brown topcoat size 38.
Originally $70-perfect condition-
now $30. 1221 Willard. Call NO 3-9484.
- B39
FOR SALE: $3900, 1962 Corvette, 3-
speed soft top. Dr. Jim Stillwell, NO
5-4141, ext. 244 after 6 p.m. B36
CHRISTMAS TREES'large select as-
sortment at Kate Bandrofchak's. Long
Shore Drive and Pontiac Road at R.R.
I don't want all the business, Just
yours. B35
FOR SALE: 6 formals, sizes 9 &1L
Only worn once. Cost $40-$60 new;
will sell for $20-$30 or best offer. Call
NO 2-7824 after 5 p.m. B29
REFRIGERATORS annd ranges - apt.
sized. $25 each. Call days NO 5-9114,
evenings NO 3-0434. B22

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BRYLCREEM
CORICIDIN Cold Tabiets
MIXTURE No. 79 Tobaco
NATURE'S REMEDY
PALMOLIVE AFTER;

RIGHT GUARD Deodorant
STAN BACK 12'.
TING AM Cream
TUMS
SHAVE LOTION

GET YOUR FALL CLOTHES
READY!
Are There Any Moth Holes?
What About Tears or Burns
WEAVEBAC SHOP
224 Arcade NO 2-4647
"We'll reweave them to look like new"
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New Beauty
FOR THE
New Season
PLUS
Free Coffee Service.
AT
VOGUE BEAUTY SALON
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
300 S. Thayer Bell Tower Concourse.
NO 8-8384
J40
MAGAZINES-for special student and
Christmas rates. Call NO 2-3061, Stu-
dent Periodical Agency, Box 1161 AA.
J5
BEFORE you buy a class ring, look at
the official Michigan ring. Burr-Pat-
terson and, Auld Co. 1209 South Uni-
versity, NO 8-8887. 311
RITZ BEAUTY SALON
COMPLETE LINE OF BEAUTY WORK
605 E. WILLIAM
PHONE NI 8-7066

This sensational gift worth approximately
$4.00 is yours for 50c-and there are money-
saving coupons in every PAC! Don't miss out!
CAMPUS-PAC cannot be bought in any store!
BEING SOLD,
TODAY AND TOMORROW
at the
FISHBOWL and UNION DESK

ANNE BANCROFT.-
BEATNIK
OR BOMBSHELL?
Anne Bancroft earns over
$150,000 a year - yet eats in
Times Square cafeteria s.And
she's probably the only gal in
Hollywood to tutrn down a star-
ring role opposite Frank Sina-
tra. Meet the star of "Miracle
Worker" in this week's Post.
POeST

FOR RENT-Three-bedroom house in
Eberwhite school area. $120 month.
Gas heat. Available Dec. 15. Call NO
2-4736. C
NEWLY DECORATED furnished apt.
for 2 male students. Near campus.
Call NO 2-7160 after 5. C29
PLEASANT ROOM available Feb. 1.
Call NO 2-1443. C30
LOT PARKING available. Call NO 2-
1443." C31
SINGLE ROOM to men, 509 S. Division.
1 block to Union. C26
3 ROOM furnished apt., couple or,2
girls, close to campus. Call 5-0127. C25
TWO-CAR shelters available at 1022
Forest. Call NO 2-5035 after 6 p.m. C22
SENIOR desires large room near Archi-
tecture Building. Call Paul at NO 2-
5571. .C17
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from
BUD-MOR
NO 2-6362

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WARM AS YOUR CHRISTMAS WISHES
..OUR PILE-LINED CHILL-CHASERS
A. Smart play of contrast, curly white sherpa pile
lining, fluff-cuffs and collar flashed against rich cot-
to suede. Welt-detailed for a custom-tailored look;
giant patch pockets. Green, gold, tan, brown. Sizes
8-16. 25.00
B. Mobile gadabout, our wide wale corduroy car
coat lined with tri-tone acrilan pile. Rich braid edg-
ing, convertible shawl collar, attached hood, double-
breasted front. Light green, tan, dark green. Sizes
8-16. 25.00

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BEAUTIFUL DREAMERS'.. .
OUR PAJAMAS AND ROBE
and right now, destined for holiday gift.
giving. Left, our overnight travel kit; nylon
tricot cardigan-top pajamas, matching scuffs,

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