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TUESDAY, 23 MARCH 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
from 1:00 to 2:30 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 10:00 'til 11:30 A.M.

WAR ON POVERTY:
Willow Run Gets Federal Aid

SUMMER SUBLET
LARGEST 3-man in town. 2 bdrms. 1
blk. to campus. 663-2627. U41
2-MAN campus apt. for fall. Spacious,
bargain. NO 3-3037 after 6. C40
CHEAP, 3-MAN MODERN APT. CALL
663-6246. U42
ONE MAN for second or both sessions.
2-man apt., 3 biks. from campus. Call
663-8132. U37
ENTIRE 1st floor of house, 3-man, mod.
furn. 1,blk. from Frieze, private park-
ing, avail. April 25. Call 662-2606. U43
NEVER before advertised-For 4 or 5;
S3 bedroom, furn. for 5. Ultra-mod.;
air-cond.; very large, top floor, bal-
cony; 2 blks. to campus. 668-8724. U38
SWIMMING POOL - 3-man apt., air-
cond., guest lounge, other extras. 2
biks. off campus. 662-6755. U40
SLARGE brand new, 2 floor apt. with
2 air-cond., dishw. etc. S. Univ. at
Forest. 663-2973; 2-4 men for all or
part of summer. Will Bargain. U34
IT'S GREAT!! !
3-Man Summer Sublet-Pool, air-cond.,
party room- (with fireplace), only 2
blocks from campus, a large balcony
even,. . Call 764-0724 today!l U47
CHEAP, spacious, furn. apt. Close to
campus, for 1-2 or 3. Call NO 8-
7215. U21
UNBELIEVABLE living at $100/mo. 2
bdrms., mod. furn., large kitchen, all
appliances. Call 761-0176. U44
TIFFANY-Mod. 3-man apt., air-cond.,
free T.V., $130. Call 668-8775. U32
CARRIAGE HOUSE - 4-man apt. Two
floors, carpeted, air-conditioned. Cor-
ner Forest & Washtenaw. 761-0120.
U34:
EFFICIENCY Apt, on campus, reason-
able. Call 3-9695. U45
LIVE IN luxury this summer-at bar-
gain rates. Air-cond., modern 1 and
2 bedroom apts. balconies, disposal,
new furniture; avail. thru Aug. 15.
Call 665-2689, U33
3-MAN, mod., air-cond., disposal, i
block from campus. 715 Church, No.
6. 663-1670. U42
ATTRACTIVE, 3 rm. double, 2 blks.
from campus. Will bargain. NO 8-
7329, U36
1 OR 2 MEN needed. BI-level apt. 3
blks. from campus, Only $30/mo.
Call 663-7669. U20
ROOMY, 4-man apt., 2 biks. from cam-
pus. Cheap. $40 a piece. Free heat,
water, gas. 665-9880. U35
2-BDRM. mod. furn, apt. Close to
hospitals. A deal for doctors and
nurses. 'Avail. May 1, air-cnd. Phone
663-3686 or 662-7787. Specify 727 E.
Kingsley, No. 14. U25
LUXURY 3 bdrm., 4 or 5 man apt., air-
cond., balcony, 2 blocks from campus.
Call 662-1026. U27
LUXURIOUS APARTMENT
Mod., 4-man, air-cond., with balcony.
Call 665-5405. U28
2-MAN APT. % block from Law Quad.
726 Oakland. Kitchen, large bdrm,,
bath, living-dining room. Ample
closet space. Very reasonable. Call
764-3969 or 764-3982. U18
WE NEED 1 roommate (female) to
share delightful, air-cond., 4-man
apt. at 316 E. Madison for spring-
summer term. Call 665-0951. U13
HOUSE FOR SUMMER
1%. blocks from Union. 1%2 baths, liv-
ing room and fireplace and T.V.
Large kitchen, parking. Utilities in-
cluded. For 2 or 3 men. $30/month-
person. 665-4667. U31
3 MAN sublet furn., air-cond. near
campus, avail. May, utilities in.
Call 665-7080. U13
BRAND NEW, sharp apt. 2 bdrm, 4-
man, all conveniences near campus
$45/man. 663-4686. U12
AIR-COND., NEW, 3-man apt., sun-
deck, close to campus & both hospi-
tals. May thru Aug. Call 665-2269 U47
FOR SUMMER or thru Dec.-2-man
apt. between Frieze and League.
761-1535. U32
F 2-MAN APT., 2 separate bdrms. Hill
and State. $120/mo. Avail. begin. May
1. 665-8382. U40
SUMMER SUBLET-Cool double apart-
ment. 410 Benjamin. Call 761-0415.
C24
SUMMER SUBLET-Modern 4-man apt.
near St. Joe Hosp. Quiet. Reason-
ably priced. Available May 1 with an
option for next fall. Call 662-3422. Ul
MODERN Summer living in large 4-
man, air-ennd. apt. Soudproof/brick
construction. $40/man, 503 Hill St.
665-8400. C46

3RD MALE GRAD, needed to share
house at 1342 N. Univ. Call 668-8692,
evenings. C29
SUMMER SUBLET FOR 4
One block from campus. Modern
luxury apartment. Air-conditioning,
dishwasher, 1% baths, up and down
with balcony. NO 5-0855. C16
APT.-2 bdrms., 2 floors, 2 air-cond.,
spiral staircase interconnecting. Com-
pletely furn. Across from I-M bldg.
p663-2282. U24
STATE STREET MANOR - 1 or 2
VACANCIES - Air-cond., spacious,
fully equipped, TV, balcony. Call 665-
5884. U22
NAME YOUR PRICE-Summer Sublet.
Central air-cond., mod. 4-person, gar-
den apt. 761-0716. U2
SAVE OVER $60 per month. Sublease
now for the summer. Call 668-6658. C
2 FEMALE grad. stud. need 1 to share
air-cond. apt. for summer. Call 761-
0726. U49
FABULOUS FORUM FOURMAN FOR
FOUR FAIRLY FINICKY, FAR FROM
FRIVOLOUS FOLKS.
NOW-REDUCED RATE
dishwasher, two bathrooms, air-
conditioner, treasured artworks, extra
bookshelves and lamps left for sum-
mer. Close to everything. QUICKLY
ECALL 668-6749. U47
SUMMER SUBLET -- Air-conditioned,

PERSONAL
THE Theosophical Society presents a
talk and discussion on
"REINCARNATION"
Michigan League, Conference Room,
Wednesday, March 24, 8:00 P.M.
F48
KAREN-
Twasn't very NICE of you and yer
friends to miss me. You've been
spendin' Too much Time in yer
CUBEicles. 'Sides I wanted to get
SMASHED. -Jerry. F49
TICO LOVES
CAROL Fl
DEAR LARRY K.,
How can we feel "cleansed" as we
read down a page.-the NE's. F47
DEAR CHARLIE:
Is it true that instead of striking
they're, going to give us a sermon on
Vietnam? I think I'll use the hour to
write letters to each of the Regents
asking how they can do this instead
of teaching us the subject we paid
our money for.
Willie F41
J.B.'s CORNER-
THIS morning I learned that God
is dead. F45
NEEDED - One male roommate for
summer session. Modern 3-man, fully
furnished,sair-conditioned, swimming
pool, close to campus, reasonable
rates. Call 662-6766. F30
ATTENTION!
VERY IMPORTANT!!!
TO ALL WHOM IT CONCERNS!!
HEAR YE! HEAR YE! HEAR YE!
don't forget the GARGOYLE staff
meeting Wednesday - all sorts of
goodies to be disclosed: like about
the April Fool's issue, Junior and
Senior Staff petitioning, and the
staff party even! F44
LIKE TO PLAY SOCIAL BRIDGE?
2 men looking for 2 female bridge
players. Must be friendly and per-
sonable and play a reasonably good
game Call Paul or Jim, 668-8724. F37
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE to take part
in the most exciting project in the
history of The Daily. Just call 764-
0558, ask for John, today . . . F2
ON MARCH 25th, everybody will be
raeding THE OFFSET PERSPECTIVE,
a new magazine featuring a variety
of different types of literature. F381
WANTED-For next fall, a large apart-
ment. THREE bedrooms. Need notbe
close to campus, but must be rea-
sonably priced. If you have such a
place, for discussion call:
-Thomas R. Copi (665-7561)
-Richard Keller Simon (761-0879)
-Richard Doctoroff (761-0879)
F50
SEE EUROPE the STS way. Private
guided car tours. Handsome student
guides, anywhere in Europe. Meeting
Wed. 5-6 p.m. at 1405 Hill. For info
call Sara at 3-3384. P41
THE MICHIGAN DAILY is looking for
your help. It's big, exciting . . . Call
us, we'll tell you more-Dial 764-
0558. Fl
TENOR? Need a good tenor to fill a
vacant position in an established
commercial folk group. Good pay.
Call Ben, 662-1860 after 5. F23
YES, YES, A THOUSAND TIMES YES!
-There IS a GARGOYLE staff meet-
ing at seven o'clock on Wednesday!!
To plan the April Fool's issue, as it
were. Oh, please, PLEASE be there!
- 43
Be safe at night with Rebuff!
Available at the
VILLAGE APOTHECARY
1112 S. Univ.
KIRSH: "I like to see the leads
pungent!~
Dr. Benoit: "Do you mean smelly?"
KIRSH: "Hey Bubbles! What do I mean
by pungent?"
Bubbles: "You're the ME; you should
know-You think I'm your private
secretary or something?" F46
W SUMMER IN LOVE!!
With 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Air-
conditioning, dishwasher, garbage
disposal, terrace, and a location one
block from campus you can concen-
trate on the motivating force in life-
LOVE-4-5 people wanted. Call 665-
5753. ,44
OPEN RUSH for fall '65. Ann Arbor's
most simulating intellectual environ-
ment. One opening in 4nwoman
apartment. Few conveniences but
many benefits. Call 764-7907 for ap-
pointment. F5
WAKE UP SERVICE - Have your
phone ring at any designated time-
day or night-LOW RATES, DON'T
BE LATE FOR CLASS OR WORK-
AGAIN. TELEPHONE ANSWERING
SERVICE, 665-8871 (24 hours). F42
SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE PAID

HELP WANTED
MEAL JOB-Good hours, good food.
Call after 8 p.m. NO 3-5895. H30
MANAGER needed to run a Fishing
and Hunting Lodge in Northern On-
tario May 1 to November 1. Would
prefer a couple. Write Pearl D. Stral-
nic, 2171 Medford; Apt. 36, Ann Arbor,
Mich., or call 662-9394 after 5:30 p.m.
H29
SUMMER positions for married men.
Out of state employment with na-
tionally known company. $200/60 hr.
week for energetic, hardworking men.
Contact Mr. David Reid, 761-2669,
9:30-11 p.m. H15
NATIONWIDE SUMMER employment
for men. For personal interview, call
5:30-7:30, NO 3-4056. H 28
MEN
WE CAN PLACE YOU NATIONALLY
FOR PART-TIME AND
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT.
CALL FOR INTERVIEW
5:30-7:30 only
NO 3-0456
H14
WAITRESS-Full or part time. Apply
Brown Jug, 1204 S. University. H24
TWO WAITRESSES wanted. 11:30 a.m.-
1:30 p.m. dailly. Good pay. Fraser's
Pub, Packard Rd. Ph. 8-9402. HI
MEAL JOB-Lunch and dinner. Call
steward at Phi Kappa Tau, 665-9682.
BROADCASTING Engineer for WPAG.
FCC first phone license required. Call
663-6565. Evenings, NO 3-3672. H42
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$6 for Rh positive; $7 and $10 for Rh
negative. Hours: Mon., 9-4; Tues.,,
9-4; Fri., 1-7, 18-21 yrs. old need
parent's permission. Detroit Blood
Service, new location, 404 W. Mich-
igan, Ypsilanti, Mich. H29
BUSINESS SERVICES
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, etc. Hahn's
Reweaving, Wild Bldg., S. State, 665-
0800. J
Short-Wave Electrolysis
PERMANENT HAIR
REMOVAL
Safer-Milder
Very Reasonable.
For Appointment, CALL 663-6673 }
After 1:30 Daily
J8
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
located at 240 Nickels Arcade
Rapid Frame Replacement
Doctors prescriptions filled

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .70 1.95 3.45
3 .85 2.40 4.20
4 1.00 2.85 4.95
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline, 2:30 daily.
Phone 764-.0557

FOR RENT

FOR RENT-4-MAN, May to May lease.
$150 in Winter, $125 Summer months,
plus utilities. Furnished, large base-
ment. CALL 662-8760. C33
S. UNIV.-WASHTENAW - Great loca-
tion. 2 or 3 bdrm. apts.; avail. MayI
1 for 4 mos. or 12 mo. lease or Sept.
1 for 8 or 12 mo. lease. Very reason-
able rent. Call 764-3746. C38
ONE OR TWO male roommates wanted
for summer to share new luxury
apartment. Close to campus, spacious,
air-conditioned, with all accessories.
662-1860, 326 E. Madison, No. 15. C34
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
MARRIED COUPLE ONLY
Luxurious, 1000 sq. ft., 2-bdrm. un-
furn. apt. on W. Stdaium with free
parking privilegs on campus. $145
per mo., includes everything but
lights. Call 663-7268 or 665-0234. 032
NEED I OR 2 roommates (female) for
next fall? Call Joanie 764-5925. C35
1 GIRL TO SHARE apt., newly redeco-
rated, close to campus. Call 662-5800
after 5:30. C38
NEW, LUXURY APTS. for fall, 2 bdrm,
4 man. Varsity Properties, 662-7961.
SANS SOUCI
3-MAN FOR FALL-New mod., 1 bdrm.
apts. Limited number left. Very large,
furnished, air-cond., balconcies. Call
8-8723 or 5-8330 or 5-2689. C
119 N. THAYER, one, two, and three
man furnished apartments, wal-to-
wall carpeting, disposals; etc. for fall.
Ideal for students or nurses.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT

SUMMER SUBLET
SPACIOUS & COOL Apt. 2 bdrms. Close
to campus. Call 668-8648. U46
$180/MO., Beautiful, spacious air-cond.
2 bdrms., terrace, 4-man. 1000 Oak-
land, Apt. 312. Call NO 2-8558. U19
ONE OMAN wanted for summer for
ultra modern apt. NO 5-0777, U13
NEW BI-LEVEL for 2, 3, or 4. Luxury
apt. with air conditioning, dishwash-
er, fully furnished and spiral stair-
case - at bargain summer rates. Call
668-8723. U3
"CARRIAGE HOUSE" Apts.-1 vacancy
for March and April. Call 662-7210
or contact Charter Realty. - U49
MAY-AUG.-1 lrg., 2 bdrm., mod., lux-
ury apt. Packard near State. Park-
ing, TV, Hi-Pi, air-cond., balcony,
'sundeck, THE WORKS. Need 2 men.
663-6548. U41
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Big black male cat named Mack
from 510 E. William, Battle-scarred,
much loved. Call 668-6234. Reward,
FOUND-a stewart plaid all wool scarf.
Cisco label. Call 764-3963. A30
A. Zola ZILCH Shulman. As tender
etc. The responsibility falls less on
ya than on us to feed us. Come soon.
GOLD CHARM BRACELET lost. Senti-
mental value. REWARD. Call Gary,
764-6654. A36
TRANSPORTATION.
RIDERS WANTED to Chicago. Leave
A.A. 1 p.m., April 2; Leave Chicago
about noon. April 4th. Call Russ, 663-
8396. G49
_IFOR SA LE
HONDA - White 1964, 150 c.c., 6200
miles, white wall tires and roll. FOR
INFORMATION call 764-9739 after 7
p.m. Ask for Tom. B9
TELEVISION-RCA Victor-blonde con-
sole-reasonable. 663-3131. B8

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en," one resident said. "They say:
we are uncultured, and I was un-
der the impression we have a very
good school district," he added.
Another opinion expressed by a
local resident is that "it's a matter
of pride. I don't feel I can any
longer go about holding my head
up."
One Ypsilanti Township resident
who resents the grant said that
"we work for what we get. I've
had some hard times-I've been
laid off and they even tried to
put me on welfare once. But we
don't need no handouts. We got
our homes by getting our hands
dirty and working," he said.
Is Need
Backers of the grant say that
there is a need for it.
A Superior Township resident
who is a member of WRAND, de-
clared that "this is a poverty
area."
She supports the WRAND pro-
gram of community development
and feels that its expansion, which
will be financed by the federal
money, can do nothing but good
for the community. She is aware
that the grant is "embarassing to
some people," but said that they
display "false pride" by their op-
position to it. "They have what
they want and don't want to help
anyone else,", she said.
"Some say their property values
and pride are being hurt by the
grant, but their property values
and pride are already hurt by liv-
ing in this area and not wanting
to do anything to improve it," she
added.
Job Training
The WRAND program for com-
munity self-help includes finding
employment and providing job
training for youths who either
drop out of or graduate from high
school and have nothing to do.
"WRAND could really help to
bring out and put to good use all
the talent that is being wasted
here among these kids," she said.
"There is a lack of recreation
here-there is just nothing to do,"
she continued. She named this as
the major reason for the com-
munity's problems of illegitimacy,
juvenile and adult delinquency,
and the amount of drinking, which
she describes "excessive."
Rutherford agrees that "the
grant is definitely needed."
Can Do Good
"The money can do good for
old and young alike. It can give
a new image to the community,"
he said.
He added that he feels much of
the opposition to the program and
the grant is caused by confusion.
"Roy Smith has an outdated phi-
losophy of what constitutes pov-
erty," Rutherford said.
"People are 'poor' when they
just don't seem to have quite
enough," he said.

Rutherford said that many of,
the residents of the area work at
the nearby automobile factories,
and that this doesn't help the
poverty situation in the area be-
cause theirs can be such irregular
work. "You can work for a time
for six days a week and then be
indefinitely laid off," he said. Ir-
regular income from work like this
contributes to the instability of
the community, he said.
WRAND President Gerald Foley
echoed this opinion and said that
"the factories are working now, so
the houses in he Village are almost
all in use. But there is nothing to
insure this stability." He voices
hope that the federal grant will
provide some of the economic
stability needed in the Village.
Discussing the grant itself,
Rutherford said that basically, the
grant went to the University, and
the funds will be channeled by the
University into WRAND programs,
The federal government should
learn from the Willow Village ex-
periment how not to write a pov-
erty program, he said.
Paternalistic Attitude
"There is a paternalistic attitude
on the part of certain individuals
in the ILIR, but WRAND will con-
tinue to run its own programs,"
Rutherford emphasized. "The
people must be given a greater
voice if they are to determine
their destinies instead of outside
groups and people telling them
what to do," Rutherford said. "We
don't see eye to eye on several
issues with the ILIR, but I hope
that ours will remain friendly dif-
ferences," he added.
Kornbluh has remained quiet
throughout the controversy, but
has argued that the working paper
the ILIR drew up wasn't a factor
in the decision to award the grant,
an opinion which has been cor-
roborated by the OEO.
Aided Programs
WRAND programs which will
be aided by the grant include:
-A survey to update the meager
welfare and unemployment statis-
tics now existing, and to discover
what residents feel is needed in
health and housing.
-Conversion of WRAND's day-
care center into a preschool nurs-
ery. At present, the center cares
for about 25 young children most
of the day and is one of WRAND's+
most successful endeavors, Foley
said.
-Tutoring for school children
and adult education.
-A Job Opportunities and Eco-
nomic' Development Center to
open up jobs for those who need
them. Counseling and training
would also be provided.
Continue Voluntary
As a part of the self-help theory,
all WRAND programs will con-
tinue to be voluntary, Rutherford
said.
Smith attacks the self-help
plans as "socialistic."

An additional problem was add-
ed to the controversy recently
when WRAND Treasurer George
Taylor resigned his position and
leveled a blast at WRAND and its
leadership.
He accused Rutherford, and sev-
eral others of running the WRAND
program and attempting to run
the entire community.
Taylor said that the people of
the Village "have never been told
the facts about WRAND" and
that they should know that "the
homeowners' tax would be in-
creased to maintain WRAND down
through the years."
He claimed that he knew noth-
ing of the federal grant until it
was announced in January by
President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Rutherford Reply
Rutherford replied to Taylor's
accusations by saying that much
of what Taylor said was in error.
Rutherford said that Taylor was
in attendance at WRAND meet-
ings last fall where the possibility
of a federal grant was discussed,
and that the members of WRAND
were kept informed as to the
status of the grant.
"It is up to the government to
levy taxes, not WRAND," Ruther-
ford said. "We may ask for in-
creased membership fees in the
future in order to maintain the
WRAND programs, but this would
be up to the WRAND members,
and their payment would be strict-
ly voluntary," he added. He also
re-emphasized that although
working with the ILIR, WRAND
will continue to run its own pro-
grams.
Adverse Comment
Due to the amount of adverse
comment that had been made
about the federal grant, there
was a rumor recently that it was
being reconsidered in Washington.
Malcolm Lovell, Jr., state poverty
administrator, told a meeting of
the University's Young Republi-
cans that the Village project "is
imperfect even though the concept
behind it is valid."
However, an OEO representa-
tive, William R. Lawrence, said
that the grant itself is not being
reviewed and the planned program
is "definitely going through. We
still feel that it's an excellent
demonstration project based on a
community action program operat-
ed through the residents them-
selves."
At the February meeting of the
University Board of Regents, Vice-
President for Academic Affairs
Roger Heyns commented that
"this project was carefully ad-
ministered by the University be-
fore it was admitted. Subsequent
re-examination has cost no doubt
on its importance and validity."
Regent Eugene B. Power of
Ann Arbor said that the Willow
Village project is "the sort of
thing that University can and
should do."

662-7787 days

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9-5:30; Sat., 9-2

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334 Catherine Street
ANY MOTH HOLES, tears, or burns in
your clothes? We'll reweave them like
new. WEAVE-BAC SHOP, 224 Arcade.
GIRL WANTS summer job away from
Ann Arbor, sitter or companion, ex-
perience with handicapped. Call 662-
6932. J14
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brook, Ann Arbor. Phone 761-0200.
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33 West 42nd Street
New York, N.Y. 10036
Mi11

NEED ROOMMATE (female) to share
5-rm. apt, Inquire 413 Hoover, Apt.
No. 1, from 9-2. C16
MAYNARD HOUSE-mmediate occu-
pancy-furnished or unfurnished. I
bedroom, -9th floor, $178 mo. NO 5-
4067 or 761-1872. 046
1341 GEDDES, two bedroom apartments
in a newer building with new living
room furnishings, wall-to-wall car-
peting, disposal, etc. for fall. Close
to campus and hospitals.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
662-7787 days Eves, 663-9064
NEED 1 MAN to take over lease of
furnished, new apt. Move in anytime.
Call Jim at 663-7139. C12
OAKLAND-TAPPAN
APARTMENTS
STUDIO & 2 BDRM. APTS. now renting
for fall. Fully furnished, heat and
water included. Located conveniently
near campus. Call NO 2-4169 until 9
p.m. 022
STATE STREET MANOR
Spacious, beautifully furnished 1 and
2 bdrm, units. Air-cond., garbage
disposal, parking, opposite Yost Field
House. OPEN HOUSE Sun., 12-4, or

ONE SUIT, assorted sport coats, & tux-
edo, all size 40 regular. Call HU 3-
7289 between 6-8 p.m. MTWF. B7
BUY AND SELL THROUGH
The Clearing House
A listing service for privately
owned articles.
Autos, motorcycles, bikes, T.V.,
Hi-Fi's. furniture, cameras, etc.
PHONE 662-6574, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
B6
1964 RED YAMAHA 80c.c. 500 miles.
Call evenings 662-0025. B5
PORTABLE TAPE RECORDER, like
new-Call 761-1598 or 665-2846, Ask
for Boss. B3
USED CARS
'64 VW. COST $1925 new, SELL for
$1495! 6 mo. old. 728-4739. N29
1963 TR4, CONV., blue, 12,000 miles.
Excel. cond. 665-5916. N30
FOR SALE-9 passenger, DeSoto limou-
sine. Good condition. Best offer. Call
764-0751. N26
1961 VOLVO, 122F, 4 dr., excel. cond.
665-6976 or '764-7486. Nis
61 TEMPEST, 4 tires & radio, under
1 yr. excellent cond, $650. 665-2280.
N27
'59 MGA, radio, heater. Best offer. 764-
9031. N28
MISCELLANEOUS
IF YOU'RE sick of dorm food,
Or the cupboard in the apartment
is bare,
Then stop in at
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
open every night 'til 12
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA NOW! Buy, reserve, or lay-
away before the spring rush. 24 hr.
delivery on all 12 popular 1965 models.
30 or more to choose from. See them
at HONDA OF ANN ARBOR, 1906
Packard Rd., 665-9281. Z
SEE IT NOW - The '64 Yamaha with
the revolutionary new oil injection
system. No more fuss or muss.
NICHOLSON MOTOR SALES
223 S. First
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
BARGAIN CORNER

see manager, 1111 S. State St.

C31

Apartments Galore
FOR FALL: 2, 3, 4, & 5-person apts.
from $95-$240. Campus locations. New
and used buildings. Summer Sublets
also available.
PATRICK J. PULTE, INC.
214 E. Huron
NO 5-9405
1307 S. STATE. Male needed. Private
rm, $45. Call 662-8766 (Mr. Kennedy)
or 761-0421 (Barry), C20
j 4-MAN, furn., mod. apts. $210/mo.
' Hunter-2-6776. Call after 5 p.m. C21
ATTENTION groups of 2 and 3-Do
you want luxury and privacy next
year? Split-level design of our apts.
is your answer. Call 663-8866. C28
S'TATE AND PACKARD
1, 2 or 3 man apts. Chestnut Prop-
erties Ltd. 662-7961, 031
APARTMENT HUNTING?
SEE
APARTMENTS LTD.
Quality locations, one and two bed-
room units. Many avaIliable in new
buidings. Spring & Summer leases
available. For information:

John Lauritzen wanted further knowledge

FOR by March 19. NE CWiAR
If payment is not received, the 1960 AUSTIN HEALY 3000. 4 speed
Michigan Daily will withhold your transmission with electric overdrive.
credits. Spoke wheels. New clutch, pressure
Payment may be sent to the plate throw-out bearing, transmis-
Student Publications Bldg., 420 sions seals, tires, battery. Call 764-
Maynard St. F19 0916. N13
Are you a RELIGIOUS person?
If so, don't miss this chance to live TIRED OF USED CARS?
on Church Street this summer! 2-3 Here's your chance to get a 1965 Gen-
man apt., 2 bedrooms, new furni- eral Motors OPEL at a used car price:
ture. Will bargain. Call Judy Gold- We have OPEL demonstrators for
stein. 662-3225. F15 sale at prices below list and below

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DO YOU HAVE A SUBSCRIUTION TO
THE MICHIGAN DAILY?
Your payment is due by March
19 or your credits will be withheld.
Payment may be sent to the
Student Publications Building, 420
Maynard St. F18
RENT YOUR TV from NEJAC
GE and Zenith portables for only $10
per month. FREE service and delivery.
Phone 662-5671 NOW. F
AUSTIN DIAMOND-"The best buy on
an Engagement ring in Ann Arbor."
1209 S. University, 663-7151.
FOR THE FINEST in Dance Music-It's
Johnny Harberd
Art Bartner
Ray Louis
Maximillian
Peter Clements
Wadye Gallant
Contact The Bud-Mor Agency
1103 S. University

what it costs for many used cars. All
these cars have a 2year-24 thousand
mile General Motors warranty. Eco-
nomical? An average drivershould
expect at least 30 miles per gallon.
OPELS never need chassis lubri-
cation for the life of the car and
OPEL ,.standard equipment includes
everything you'll need, except a
radio. Company policy forbids us to
advertise demonstrator prices, but
be assured this ad is not a come-on
and these cars are offered as real
bargains. If you will phone Mr.
Ehnis at Ann Arbor Buick, NO 2-
6576 he will be happy to provide
prices and complete information with
no obligation to you for calling. V3
EUROPEAN CARS, INC.
NEW CARS AND SERVICE
506 E. Michigan, Ypsilanti
HU 2-2175
Woshtenow County's only

APARTMENTS LTD.I
610 S. Forest
663-0511
C18
EIGHT HUNDRED FULLER
NEW 1 and 2 bdrm. furn. apts. Avail-
able immediately. Close to campus
and hospital.
Now Showing for Fall
Phone NO 3-6549
C15
MARRIED?
Why pay rent? Live in a new, bright,
cheertui townhouse. Have an in-
vestment to show for those hard-to-
come-by dollars. Just 195 dollars!
moves you in. No Closing Costs. From!
$82 a month.
COLONIAL SQUARE
TOWNHOUSES
Platt Rd South of Packard
Phone 662-8131
044
FURNISHED HOUSE - 1716 Geddes (at ;

SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4.25
"White," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
Cord. SLIM-FITS--$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing
Asst'd. Colors-$6.98
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S
For Gals and Guys
"Wait-" and Colors-$5.98
LEVI'S JACKETS
Blue Denim--$5.49
"White"-$5.98
LEVI'S Superslim's-$4.98
LEVI'S Dungarees-$4.49

He's finding it at Western Electric

When the University of Nevada awarded John
Lauritzen his B.S.E.E. in 1961, it was only the first
big step in the learning program he envisions for
himself. This led him to Western Electric. For WE
agrees that ever-increasing knowledge is essential
to the r1velonment of its engineers-and is helo-

System's revolutionary electronic telephone switch-
ing system.
if you set the highest standards for yourself, both
educationally and professionally, we should talk,
Western Electric's vast communications job as
manufacturing unit of the Bell System provides

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