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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Mawlawi Claims U AR
Aided byNeutral Polic
By GERALD STORCH I

CREATIVE ARTS FESTIVAL
Ciardi, Rand To Head Union Events

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

The concept of a "positive neu-
tralism" has enabled the United
Arab Republic to become stronger
politically and ,economically, Far-
ouk A. Mawlawi, an official of the
Arab Information Center in Chi-
cago, said yesterday at an African,
Students' dinner.
In its foreign policy the UAR
has been somewhat wary of United
Nations activity in the Congo. "The
central government, headed by Pa-
trice Lumumba, actually invited

Anti-colonialist demonstrations
were in force in Egypt as well as
most of the world, and because the
"colonialists" were the major al-
lies of the U.S., American prestige
suffered somewhat.
The principle of being friendly
to any nation which offers friend-
ship, Malawi remarked, has work-
ed well for the UAR. This policy
became very evident once again
very recently when Nassar was
invited by Castro to visit Cuba,
while UAR-U.S. Zrelations "were
improving." He has not yet ac-
cepted the invitation.
Since the Bandung conference
five years ago, the UAR has fol-
lowed the policy of remaining aloof
from control while being willing to
enter into alliances,
Aswan Dam~
An example of this is the con-
struction of the Aswan Dam. The
United States donated the first
money and technical aid in 1956
for the project which is expected
to reclaim two million acres of
land; in recent years Russia has
gradually superseded in the for-
eign aid,, but, regardless of the
source, the building continues.
Egyptian Premier Gamul Abdul
Nassar, in building up -the coun-
try internally, has nationalized
most of the nation's industries.
There has also been a .ohenom-
enal increase in educational facil1-
ties in Egypt. "Since 1954 there
has been an average of two schools,
built every three days. At present
thousands of students fromn less-
developed African nations are at-
tending Egyptian colleges."
Although the nation's press has
also been socialized, it has not
been subjected to government cen-
sorship. Only the publications
buildings and machinery are own-
ed by the government, Mawlawi
explained..

Authors John Ciardi and Ayn
Rand will highlight the Union's
Creative Arts Festival Which will
present about thirty cultural3
events between May 9.and May 21.
Ciardi, poetry editor of the Sa-
turday Review, will give a poetry'
reading at 7:30 p.m., May 10 in
Hill Aud. ;
Miss Rand, author of "Atlas
Shrugged," will discuss "Our Age:
An Aesthetic Vacuum," at 7:30
p.m., May 14 in Hill Aud.
The Festival will open May 9
with an art show on the Diag at
9 a.m. sponsored by the League
and the College of Architecture

and Design. At 4:15 p.m. in the
Union's third floor conference
room, opportunities in English
and journalism will be explored
in a panel discussion chaired by
Mary Dow, careers counselor.
The speech department will pre-
sent "Telerad,"4 on closed circuit
television and radio, at 7 p.m.
May 10. Listening-viewing facili-
ties will be in Rm. 2040 Frieze
Bldg.
On May 12 and 13, the archi-
tecture and design school will
sponsor an open-house featuring
noted sculptor Allen Kaprow.

Corps Members Abroad
To, Face Disease,. Hardships

(Continued from Page 3)

Peace Corps volunteers will be
told, for iinstance, to resist the
temptation to "go native" in over-
zealous brotherhood. If a white
man tries to imitate the native,
points out one State Department
career man, the native either will
take offense or conclude the white
man is goofy.
Another foreign service veteran
'underlines the ironic value of
"selfish" motive, recalling the case
of an archaeologist who refused
to leave the Igorot tribe in the
philippines for a better job be-
cause he wanted to learn their
Honor Kish's Book
On Soviet Union
"The Economic Atlas of the So-
viet Union," by Prof. George Kish
of the geography department, was;
listed among the 59 "Top Honor
Books" in the 12th annual Mid-
western Bookmaking Exhibition in
Chicago yesterday.

language. "He went back, for he
wanted something out of it."
This is a factor that builders of
the Peace Corps are considering.
Perhaps a youngster determined to
improve hiiselfs has a shield
against disillusionment, frustra-
tion or what the sociologists refer
to as cultural shock.
Norman Cousins in the Saturday
Review wrote of an effect he called
compassion fatigue or conscience
sickness he said he han encount-
ered among Americans in India
who were ready to give up because
they saw no end to the problems
they had set out to solve.
"Nothing is more essential than
the need to separate one's assign-
ment from the total problem,"
Cousins said.
Shriver stresses that no one who
goes overseas will sail under il-
lusion. And he is convinced that
few will return in futility,
"Every teacher sees the fruits of
his labor at the end of the year
when there is a light of under-
standing in one child's eye," he
said.

"Music on Campus," with stu-
dent talent, will be presented at
12:45 p.m. May 13 in Hill Aud.
Columbia University musicolo-
gist Erich Hertzmann will lecture
on "Mozart as Pupil and Teacher"
on May 15 at 4:15 p.m. in Rack-
ham Amphitheater cosponsored by
the music school.
Prof. Frances Greer, former
Metropolitan Opera soprano, will
appear in a recital with pianist
Prof. Eugene Bossart May 15, at
8:30 p.m. in Rackham Aud., spon-
sored by the music school.
The Arena Theatre will be the
site for the speech department
presentations of "The Play of the
Weather" and "The Menaechmi"
at 4:10 p.m. May 17 and 18.
Student editors of Generation
and Arbor magazines will consider
"Art in the Sixties" in a forum at
7:30 p.m. May 17 in the Under-
graduate Library's Multipurpose
Rm.
The annual Interfraternity
Council Sing is scheduled for May
18 at 7:30 p.m. in Hill Aud. A
jazz and folklore show will be held
on May 19 at 3 p.m. on the Diag.
The Festival will close with a
duo piano recital featuring Prof.
Eugene Bossart and Prof. Charles
Fisher in Hill Aud., sponsored by
the music school.'
To Discuss
Shaw, Wells,
Vice-President and Provost of
the Universityof Illinois Gordon
R. Ray will discuss "G. B. Shaw
and H. G. Wells: a Turbulent
Friendship" at the Phi Beta Kap-
pa initiation at, 8:15 p.m. tomor-
row night in the Michigan Union.
At 4 p.m., Prof. Arthur J. Carr,
of the English department, will
deliver an initiation talk to the
newly elected members. A banquet
in the Union will follow.

BUSINESS SERVICES
HOME LATE?
CUPBOARDS BARE?
You can shop at Ralph's '1112
midnight for all grocery supplies.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
J45
UNIVERSITY 7PING SERVICE, 1321
S. Univ., NO 2-4250. Rates begin at
25c a page. J23
PRIVATE PIANO - Lessons include
classical and contemporary music
technique and theory. Phone Mrs.
Irons, NO 5-7507. J22
PHONO OR HI FI TROUBLE? Call on
us. Our service is guaranteed. And get
this{ Diamond Needles (most standard
types) Only $2.95,when we repair your
HiFi. (10-day offer.) Remember, we
have everything to offer-in com-
ponents, our specialty. One-half block
from Washtenaw. Hi-F1 Studio. J24
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sports Cars.
Lubrication $1.50
Nye Motor Sales

LINES
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3
4.

LOST AND FOUND
EXCHANGED by mistake: woman's grey
suring coat. NO 2-1476. A58
MISSING since March 24. Large black
& white male Spaniel-mongrel. Docked
tail. Reward. Call NO 2-5725. A51
CANOE LOST in river during Spring
Weekend. 18 ft. Grumman Aluminum
with seats and sail mast mount. Ph.
NO 3-9348. A60
REWARD for, information leading to
recovery of stolen Vicking 95 Tape
Deck and Fleetwood TV Chassis. Hi
Ft Studio, 1319 S. Univ., NO 8-7942.
A61
FOR SALE
AMERtICAN Tourister 30" grey pullman
luggage, excellent condition. NO 3-
5068. B1

PHOTO SUPPLIES
MOVIE CAMERA Canon ZM8,
w/case. Trans. radio, 6&7 Trs.
brand new. Bargain. Call NO 3-268
leave message with NO 3-4288.
BUSINESS PERSONAL
BEFORE you buy a class ring. lo
the official Michigan ring. Burr-l
terson and Auld Co. 1209 SouthI
versity, NO 8-8887.
BARGAIN CORNER
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; i
39c; shorts 69c; military suppli
SAM'S STORE. 122 E. Washingt
FOR RENT

ONE-DAY
.80
.96
1.12

SPECIAL
TEN-DAY
RATE
.9
.47
.54

Figure 5 average words to a tine.
Call Classified between 1 :00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
and 9:00 and 11:30 Saturday - Phone NO 2-4786

514 E. Washington
Phone NO 3-4858

87

BUMPING, PAINTING, all kinds of auto
repairs. Free estimates. Call NO 5-4042
J. B. Auto Repair 318 N. First Street
82
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business.
Atlas tires, batteries and accessories.
Complete Automotive Service-Ali
products and services guaranteed.
Road Service
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it."

SUMMER APT. for 2, furnished,
1957 SCHULT Mobile Home, 1 bedroom, porch, quiet, clean, to good
Call HU 2-X532. B93 long. NO 3-7070.

FAROUK A. MAWLAWI
... UAR representative
the UN to come in, but then they
did not work with that central
government," he claimed.
Instead, the UN task force
worked most closely with non-
representative leaders such as
Katanga President Moise Tshmobe
and Congo President Joseph Kas-
avubu. This line of action was the
reason for resentment from UAR
citizens".(although the. government
itself officially remained non-
committal) towards the' UN ac-
tiyity., ,
Supports Liberation'
The UAR has always supported
the "liberation" of the Africans,
Malawi said, but attempts to aid
this liberation must work with the
true representatives of the Afri-
cans..
UAR.- United States relations.
have fluctuated greatly within re-
cent' years, but they are now
steadily i proving.
The U.S. gained much respect in
Egypt particularly when it sided
against Britain and France during
the Suez crisis. Since then, re-
lations have been improving, al-
though they took a slight down-
turn after the death of Lumumba.

1220 South University
NO 8-9168

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official publication of -'The Univer-
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responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3519 Administration Building,
before 2 p.m., two days preceding
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SUNDAY, MAY ?
General Notices
Memorial Day. Because May 30, Me-
morial Day, this year fall before the
examination period, classes will be
dismissed.

At Kessel's ... Fashion is A LOOK, not a PRICE!
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University Choir Rehearsal is resched-
uled for Mon., May 8, 7:00 p.m., Aud.
A. Angell Hall, instead of Wed., May
10.
Events Monday
Radiation Laboratory Lecture series:
"Penetration of a Magnetic Barrier by
a Plasma Beam" by O. K. Mawardi of
Case Institute of Technology, on Mon.,
May 8 at 4 p.m. in E. Engineering, 2084.
Engineering Mechanics Seminar:
Mon., May 8, at 4:00 p.m. in 311 West
Engineering Bldg. J. E. Adkins, Visit-
ing Prof. of Applied Mathematics, Brown
University, will speak on "Invariance
Principles in Continuum Mechanics."
Coffee in the Faculty Lounge at 3:30
p.m.
Automatic Programming and Numeri-
cal Analysis Seminar: "Some Consid-
erations of a Base (-3) Computer Num-
ber System" by H. Earl Ferguson on
Mon., May 8, at 4:00 p.m. in Compting
Center Seminar Room.
Doctoral Examination for Harvey
William Overton, Education; thesis:
"The Image of Conflict and Change in
Secondary Education Held by Two
Groups of Teachers in the Secondary
Schools of a Community in Cultural
Transition," Mon., May 8, East ,Council
Room, Rackham Bldg., at 2:00 p.m.
Chairman, F. G. Walcott.
Events Tuesday
Lecture Cancelled: The lecture by
Prof. Stuart Piggott on "Stonehenge:
Mystery or Monument of Britain's Pre-
historic People?" which was previously
scheduled for Tues., May 9 at 4 p.m.
in Aud. A, has been cancelled.
The, Northwestern University Trio,
Angel Reyes, violin, Dudley Powers,
cello, and Gui Mombaerts, piano, 'will
present a concert on Tues., May 9, 8:30
p.m., in Rackham Lecture Hall. In-
cluded will be compositions of Mozart,
Ravel, and Brahms. Open to the pub-
lic without charge.
Doctoral Examination for Richard

Talcott Louttit, Psychology; thesis: "Ef-
fect of Phenylalanine and Marplan
Feeding on Brain Serotonin and Learn-
ing Behavior in the Rat," Tues., May
9, 7615 Haven Hall, at 10:00 a.m. Chair-'
man, R. A. McCleary.
Doctoral Examination for Benedict
Robert Lucchesi, Pharmacology; thesis:
"The Antiarrhythmic Action of Several
Phenyl Substituted Compounds with
Special Reference to Dichloroisoproter-
enol," Tues., May 9, M6322 Medical
Science Bldg., at 10:00 a.m. Chairman,
H. F. Hardman.
Doctoral Examination for Moyne Le-
roy Cubbage, Speech; thesis: "A Rhe-
trical Study of the Speaking of Walter
Philip Reuther on Matters of Public
Policy," Tues., May 9, 2020 Frieze
Bldg., at 3:30 p.m. Chairman, N. E.,
Miller.
Events
The approval for the following c":-
dent-sponsored activities becor
fective 24 hours after the publication
of this notice. All publicity for these.
events must be withheld until the ap-
proval has become effective.
May 11 Arab Club, speaker Dr. Fawzi
Abu Diab, "The Arab Israeli Conflict,"
Undergrad. Lib. multipurpose room, 8:00
p.m.
Placement
Beginning Mon., May 8, the follow-
ing schools will have representatives at
the Bureau to interview for the 1961-
1962 school year.
MON., MAY 8-
East Detroit, Mich.-Jr. HS Ger Sci,
Math, Eng," Home Ec.; HS Latin/Eng,
Girls PR.
Jackson, Mich.-HS Library, Chem,
Eng, Math. Must have MA & exp.
TUES., MAY 9-
Ferndale, Mich.--Elem; HS Eng, Eng/
SS, Gen Sci/Biol, Phys, Mech Drawing,
French, Span, Home Be.
Garden City, Mich.-Elem.; Jr. HS
Math/Sci; HS Voc Drafting, Auto Shop,
Woman Couns, Home Ec; Sch Psych,
Visiting Tchr, Tchr of Blind, EMH
Type A.
Hartland, Mich. - E. Elem.; Jr. HS
Math; HS Math, Art, Library/Latin or

Eng., Eng/Speech or Latin, Sci/Chem/
Phys, Girls PE, Voc/Instr Mus.
Romulus, Mich. - Jr. HS SS/Lang
Arts, Speech, Girls PE, Gen Sci; HS
Math, Speech, Voc Mus, Bus Ed (Short-
hand), Home Ec., Girls PE, Journ; El
Speech Corr.
WED., MAY 10-
Athens, Mich.-Elem.. Spec Educ;
8th Gr. Eng/SS or Geog; Comm.
(Shorthand/Typing/Bookkeeping); HS
Band/Voc Mus.
New Lothrop, Mich.-Ind Arts/Mech
Drawing, Eng/For Lang (prefer French).
THURS., MAY 11-.
Ashland, O.-HS Latin, Eng/Hist; El
Att Supv., Primary.
Grand Haven, Mich.-Elem.; Jr. HS
Unified/German, Math, Math/St; HS
Eng/Journ, Speech/Eng, Math/SS or'
Bus Ed, Library, Machine Shop, Guld.
For any additional information and,
appointments contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg., NO
3-1511, Ext. 489.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau
of Appointments-Seniors & grad. stu-
dents please call Ext. 3371 for interview
appointments with the following:
WED., MAY 10-
Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago
-MEN with degrees in Lib. Arts or Bus.
Ad. for home office staff & field opera-
tions throughout U.S. Opportunities in
following divisions: Underwriting, ac-
tuarial, claims adjusting, sales & policy-
holders service correspondent, etc.
THURS., MAY 11-
Atlantic Companies, N.Y.C.-Location:
New York & Detroit-MEN with de-
grees in Lib. Arts for Home Office,
.les, Mgmt. Trng. & Production.
Cheyrolet Division, General Motors
Corp., Willow Run, Ypsilanti, Mich. -
Men with degree In Liberal Arts for
Writing positions In Labor Relations
Dept. Experience desirable but not es-
sential.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grads, please sign
schedule posted at .128-H West Engrg.
Bldg.
MAY 9-
Chevrolet Division, General Motors
Corp., Ypsilanti, Mich.-BS in EE & ME
for Training Program leading to Plant
Engineering. Maximum age: 30 yrs.
MAY 11-
Rockwell-Standard Corp., Universal
Joint Div., Allegan, Mich.-BS in EE,
EM, ME & Science. For Prduct Re-
search & Development.
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
INTERVIEW:
TUES., MAY 9-
Camp Nahelu, Mich.-Stanley Mich-
aels interviewing, men only for coun-
seling positions.
REQUEST:
Edgewater Hotel, Port Austin, Mich.
-Men for Chefs; Women for positions
as salad girl in kitchen; waitresses, bar-
maids for dining room & cocktail
lounge; chambermaids.
For further information, visit the
Summer Placement Service, D-528 SAB.
Open Mon. through Thurs., 1:00-5:00
p.m., and all day Friday.

HELP WANTED
MEN
18 or over
Good pay. Bring license.
For Information, Call
PERSONEL DEPT.
NO 3-6770
H45
REGISTERED NURSE-For boys' pri-
vate summer camp in Wisconsin,
June 29th to August 16. Call collect,
TUxedo 5-0346. H51
DO YOU qualify? Neat, itelligent, am-
bitious. 3'college students needed to
work part time for top paying sales
promotions positions. Call NO 5-8958
for interview. A9
WAITERS WANTED for fall semester,
1961. Interviews Monday, May 8th, 4-
5:30. Call NO 3-8508 for appointment
(Norman Leaf). Zeta Beta Tau ra-
ternity. H40
SECRETARY-Part-time two days per
week. U.S. Government, Ann Arbor
Office. Yearly contract permanent 2-3
years duration to type, file and trans-
pose dictation from Edison Voice-
writer. Pay $1.95 per hour. U. S.
citizen. Phone NO 3-7866 during regu-
lar business hours for interview ap-
pointment. H43
TRANSPORTATION ,
WANTED, person to drive VW to Calif.
in June. NO 5-7218.
USED CARS
'58 VOLKSWAGEN
CONVERTI BLE
Very nice, with radio and
whitewalls, low mileage
$1385.00
OVERSEAS AUTO SALES
331 S. 4th Ave. NO 2-2541
N37
LEAVING COUNTRY-Must sell excel-
lefit condition 1959 Rambler Ameri-
can. NO 2-6317. N39
1958 VW convertible, R&H, 34,000 miles.
Original owner,' extra snow tires.
$1;050. Call NO 2-0729. B62
1949 MG. Rebuilt engine, 500 miles, new
top, uphl., tires. Sacrifice, $1.000. N30
1958 ENGLISH FORD station wagon.
WW tires, heater, 30 mpg. $590. Phone
Belleville, OX 7-7026 after 6 p.m. B48
AUSTIN-HEALY, 1957, 100-6 Roadster 4
seater. Overdrive, metallic blue lac-
quer, silver wire wheels, black leather
interior, black top, tonneau, radio,
heater. Lucas fog lamps, sliding alum-
inum windows, complete tools, own-
er's manual. Like new. Owner school
teacher. $1,775. Lincoln 5-8614 Oak
Park (Detroit suburb). N18
PERSONAL
LOOK $4 yr. until May 15; Esquire, Fa-
ther's Day special $4 yr. Write Stu-
dent Periodical Agency, Box 1161, AA,
or call NO 2-3061. These specials
available to everyone. Fl
RITZ BEAUTY SALON
Complete line of Beauty Work
605 E. WILLIAM
Phone NO 8-7066
44
CIARDI will READ at Hill Auditorium.
CAF P12
SAY GEORGE:
Remember, Wednesday the 10th,
GENERATION will be on sale.
F
PLANNED PARENTHOOD CLINIC. Ad-
vice of physician on birth control.
Professional counsel on marriage
problems. Clinic hours Tues., and
Thurs. 7:30 to 9. 201 E. Liberty. Call
NO 2-9281. F117
CAF-Art Show on Diag-Wednesday,
May 10. Creative Arts Festival. Flo
, A ,,- 1-r-

MGA 1958, Red, A-1 condition, extras.
Priced to sell. NO 3-4145, N 35. B58
RECREATION OOM BAR, vinyl coun-
ter. Hand-finished molding, foot rail,
4 stools. Call 5-5429. 357
1954 OLDS Super-88, Fully equipped, ex-
cellent, must sell reasonable,'5-4745.
B52
EXCEPTIONAL 40 ft. mobile home. Cus-
tom study, many extras, see to ap-
preciate. $2000. 8-6342 after 6. B51
FOR SALE-House Trailer on location.
953 E. Michigan, Ypsilanti. Lot No.
50. Owners at home 6-9 P.M. every
evening. B50
HARMAN-Kardon AM-FM Tuner *ith
pre-amp and automatic frequency
control-$46.00, originally $100.00. 318
Green House, E. Quad. B61'
RECEIVED FOR GIFT: duplicates of
Beethoven's Symphonies, Nos. 1, 4, 5,
8, 9. Will sell cheap. Recordings by
Bruno Walter. Call NO 5-7711, ext.
6205 or leave message at desk. B54
BIKES and SCOOTERS
Beautiful spring days are just right
for a bicycle ride to Ann Arbor's
favorite sites (sights).
Is your bike in condition for such
an. excursion?
Have it checked, repaired, buy it
new accessories
at
BEAVER'S BIKE AND
HARDWARE

TEACHER with apt. in N.Y. wants
exchange use of furn. apt. with
man grad student or teacher in
Two and one-half rooms $80, call
2-4722.,
SUMMER-New, furnished duplex fo
Basement, 2 blocks from tn:
Guaranteed best for money, Call
Adams, W.Q.
BRAND NEW, furnished two bedroo
across from Stockwell, rent insar
low. NO 5-4745.
SUMMER RENTAL, full house, 3 bdr
garage, on Geddes, call NO 5-8367.
RENT a frozen food, locker,. $2 mont:
$15 yearly, assistance on whle
meat and frozen food buying. Cen
location, NO 2-3476.
FOR' FALL-Living room., bedroom,
vate bath, kitchen. For marriedc
pies or single person. Call 3-4325.
EFFICIENdY Apartment, private b
Call 3-4325.
FOR FALL-Furnished apts. for 3
bedrooms, living room, kitchen
private bath, washing facilities.
3-4325.
MOD. furn. apt, for 4 for sumi
Right behind Rackham. Parking
3-1828.
BRAND NEW, well furnished, two t
room, on the Hill, parking. Reas
able. SUMMER. NO ,2-7776,
SUMMER: Luxurious, modern ap
ment. Ideally located. NO 3-7870, I

506 Church

NO 5-6607 FOR SALE or rent, Unfurn. 4 bed:
Z36 home, 1420 Morton Ave. NO, 3-02

ZUNDAPP SCOOTER, excellent condi-
tion, $200.00. NO 2-4591, 404 Hayden.
Z41
I WILL GUARANTEE INSIDE STOR-
AGE SO LET'S GET TOGETHER AND
GET YOUR BIKES IN OUT OF THE
WEATHER AT 611 CHURCH ST. Z38
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS

For the Fraternity House
SHAG ROOM SPECIAL
on used uprights
from $49.50
GRAND PIANOS
better than average
$295
GRINNELL 'S

MUST RENT extra large 6 room mo
apt. for family of 4, beginn ing
16. Call 2-4580, Bob Newton.
TWO BEDROOM Furnished Apt. 'I
or four persons. Very reasonable
3-4402.
SUMMER APT. 2 blocks from can
Modern, 2 Bdrm., air conditic
Reasonable rent. 5-5381.
SUMMER modern 2 bedroom apt.
street parking. Near campus and
pital. 5-7031 after 6.
LOOKING for a place to rent? Pu
ad in 'Wanted to RentI' Just cal
2-4986.
SUMMER - 2 bedroom duplex,
nished, modern,rattractive, basen
disposal, and parking. NO 2-9502.
LARGE Summer Apart. for 4. Con
lently located; off-street parkir
'bedrooms; reasonable. NO 5-6898,
815 PACKARD, 5-room furnished
summer and/or fall. Phone NO 2-

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NO 2-5667 MODERN, 2 bedroom apartment
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SUMMER - for 4 students - compl
furnished house. Two blocksf:
campus. 6 rooms & private bath.
NO 2-4401, ask for 407 Chicago.
8-ROOM HOUSE with bath, kite
4 bedrooms to sublet for the sun
,or during summer school. Call
2-7728.
SUMMER: Modernly furnished,
cious, 81 a room apartment. Can
commodate 4- persons. Parking
campus, reasonable. 5-7824.
SOUTH STATE near Law Quad. NE
furnished, decorated and carpete
room apt., $105. Immediate c
pancy. NO 3-2800.

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