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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FUND CONTRIBUTIONS:
Regents Accept $390,000 in Gifts

U' Approves Faculty Appointments, Leaves of

V-'a

The Regents accepted gifts,
grants and bequests of more than
$390,000 at their meeting Friday.
The largest grant, previously an-
nounced, was $100,000 from the
Ford Foundation "for support to
increase attendance by engineer-
ing faculty from other institutions
at the University's summer engi-
neering conferences."'
From the estate of Ethel M.
Keen came $46,700 for the Rober-
ta J. Keen Memorial Fund.
History Scholarship
The estate of Clare Beebe Beck
provided $42,800 for the Edward
Scott Beck American History
Scholarship.
From the General Electric
Foundation, Ossining, N.Y., came
$27,500 for six projects: $2,500 for
the General Electric Graduate Re-
search and Study in Industrial
Marketing Fund; and $5,000 each
for the General Electric Research
in Industrial Engineering and

Manufacturing Process Fund; for
the G.E. Legal Studies and Poli-
tical Science Fund; for the G.E.
fellowship in marketing econom-
ics; for the G.E. Mathematics and
Statistics Fund and the G.E. fel-
lowship in metallurgy.
Wayne State University provid-
ed $18,700 for the Institute of
Labor and Industrial Relations.
Pharmacy Fellowship
From the Lilly Endowment Inc..
Indianapolis, came $18,000 for the
Lilly Endowment Fellowship in
Pharmacy.
An anonymous donor gave $11,-
500 for the Botanical Gardens De-
velopment Fund.
The estate of William W. Stout
provided $10,000 for the William
W. Stout Scholarship.
From another anonymous donor
came $10,000 for the Medical
School Color Television Fund.
State Grant
Another $10,000 came from the

state to establish the Michigan
Department of Health-Institute-
Children with Congenital Anom-
alies Fund.
From Richard H. Perkins, Fort
Myers, came $9,800 for the Michi-
gan Memorial-Phoenix Project
Gifts Fund.
Dr. James G. Cummings of
Washington gave $9,000 for the
James G. and Helen Cumming
Trust Fund.
Five Projects
The General Motors Corporation
provided $7,900 for five projects:
$500 for the Flint College GM
scholarship; $5,000 for the GMC
College Scholarships; $500 for the
Engineering College Special Fund;
$1,000 for the Mechanical Engi-
neering College Special Fund; and
$500 for the Frigidaire Division
Research Allowance.
From Mrs. Carol M. Semmel-
meyer, St. Louis, came $7,900 for
the Center for Research on Con-
flict Resolution.
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
gave $6,000 for the Sloan Founda-
tion Science Teaching Fellowships.
Supports Special Education
Dr. Frederick G. Novy, Berkeley,
gave $5,000 for the Frederick G.
Novy Special Education Fund.
An anonymous donor gave $5,-
000 for the Pediatrics Associatance
Fund.
Another $5,000 came from the
International Business Machines
Corporation, White Plains, to es-
tablish the IBM Research in Field
of Kinematics Fund.
Dearborn Campus
From the Budd Company, Phila-
delphia, came $4,300 for the Dear-
born Campus Fair Lane Rehabili-
tation Fund for furnishing and re-
habilitating the Thomas Edison
Room at Fair Lane.
The Ellis L. Pbillips Foundation

gave $4,200 for the Ellis L. Phil-
lips Foundation of New York
Fund.
The Bendix Corporation, De-
troit, gave $3,000 to establish the
Bendix Corporation Space Physics
Fund.
EST Grant
Educational Services, Inc., Wa-
tertown, Mass., provided $2,900 for
the Educational Services, Inc.
Agency for International Develop-
ment-for India Fund.
The National Academy of Sci-
ences, Washington, gave $2,500
for the National Academy of Sci-
ences National Aeronautics and
Space Administration Internation-
al Program.
Carl A. Gerstacker, Midland,
provided $2,300 for the Michigan
Memorial-Phoenix Project Gifts
Fund.
Research Fund
The National Cystic Fibrosis
Research Foundation gave $2,000
for the Cystic Fibrosis Fund.
From the estate of Nina C.
Mooney came funds for "some
scholarship fund designated by
the University."
From the estate of Ruth K.
Rothman, '27, came a bequest of
$1,000 for the Phoenix Project.

The Regents approved the fol.
lowing appointments, changes in
status and leaves of absence at
their meeting Friday.
Appointments
Prof. Jack Luin Hough was ap-
pointed professor of oceanography
and research geologist, effective
with the second semester, 1963-
64. Hough has done work at the
Woods Hole Oceanographic Insti-
tute and the Great Lakes Research
Division of the Institute of Science
and Technology.
Prof. Charles Constantine Mos-
kos, Jr., to be appointed assistant
professor of sociology, effective
with the first semester, 1964-65.
He is currently a research sociol-
ogist at the Center for Advanced
Study in the Behavioral Sciences
at Stanford, California.
Sociology Appointment
Prof. Gayl DeForrest Ness, to
be appointed assistant professor
of sociology, effective with the
first semester, 1964-65. He cur-
rently holds a research fellowship
in Malaya under the sponsorship
of the Institute for Current World
Affairs.
Prof. Harold Lester Raush, to
be appointed professor of psychol-
ogy, effective with the first se-
mester, 1964-65. He was on the
faculty at the University from

I.

1950-1956, serving as assistant di-
rector of the psychological clinic
from 1952 to 1956. For the last
seven years he has served at the
National Institute of Mental
Health, child research branch, in
Bethesda, Md. He also holds an
appointment at the Washington
School of Psychiatry in Washing-
ton.
Changes in Status
Prof. Major M. Ash, Jr., associ-
ate professor of dentistry, to be
promoted to professor of dentistry,
effective Dec. 1, 1963. He is the
author of one textbook, co-author

of two more and is co-authoring
two others.
Leaves of Absence
Sick leave was granted to Prof.
Adelia M. Beeuwkes of the public
health school from Sept. 16 to
Dec. 31.
Sick leave for Prof. Leonard F.
Bender of the Medical School from
July 29 through Oct. 11.
Leave for Gilbert E. Bursley,
assistant director of the Develop-
ment Council, from Oct. 8 to Dec.
1. to serve in the state Legisla-
ture.
Leave for Prof. Donald I. Meyer

of the physics department for the
second semester to conduct an
experiment involving the tech-
nique of spark chamber research
at the new Argonne Laboratory
accelerator.
Leave for Shirley M. O'Neil of
the women's physical education
department for the spring semes-
ter to work on her doctoral dis-
sertation.
Sick leave for Prof. Chester B.
Slawson of the geology depart1t
for the fall semester.
Sick leave fr'QProf. A. Burg ss
Vial of the 11,:al School from
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Organizational Meeting
Sunday at 7 P.M.
OPEN TO ALL

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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MICHIGAN UNION PRESENTS
JAZZan d CIDER
featuring the 20-piece
U of M. JAZZ BAND
directed by: BRUCE FISHER vocalist: SHEILAH BERNSTEIN
SATURDAY, NOV. 23
immediately after the Ohio State game--Michigan Union Lobby
FREE

POSITION OPENINGS:
City of Akron, Ohio-Planning Man-
ager (Capital Budgets). Technical & su-
pervisory planning work in city plan-
ning commission. Require considerable
exper. in city planning in supv. capa-
city; graduation with major course
work in planning, engrg., arch., or pub-
lic admin. Must apply by Dec. 5.
Dept. of Navy-Seeking Manager, Re-
search Branch, Concept Development
Div. Incumbent supervises small group
of Chemists, Chem. Engnrs., Physicists
& Mech. Engnrs. performing basic &
applied research with pyrotechnics. De-
gree & exper. pertinent to position. Lo-
cation: Crane, Ind.
Michigan Civil Service-Mechanical
Engnr. II-BS in Mech. or Indust. En-
grg. & 1 yr. exper. as Mech. Engnr.
For higher level position, require more
exper. Apply by Dec. 9.
Management Consultants in Mass.-
Various openings including: Jr. Ac-
countant-some acc't. exper. Location
in Boston. Mech. Engnr.-ME degree
plus exper. Electro-Mech. Engnr.-BS
Physics, ME or EE. Grad study in
electro-mech. field. Data Systems Spe-
cial Rep.-4-5 yrs. exper. in Electronic
Data Processing Sales. Chemical Engnrs.
-some exper. with process equipment
& machinery.
S* *
For further information, please cal
General Div., Bureau of Appts., 3200
SAB, Ext. 3544.
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
212 SAB-
National Music Camp, Mich. - Will
interview on Fri., Nov. 22, from 10 a.m,
to 5 p.m. for counselors, stage crew,
music librarians, student center desk,
registered nurses, radio engineers, sec-
retaries, switchboard operators, photog-
raphers, waterfront directors. Interview-
ing at Summer Placement.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign interview schedule posted at 128-H
W. Engrg. for appts. with the following:
NOV. 26-
Federal-Mogul-Bower Bearings, Inc.,
Warren & Detroit, Mich.; Lancaster,
Pa.; Greensburg, Ind.-BS-MS: ME. BS:

EE, EM, IE & Met. Des., Prod., Sales &
Metallurgy.
Square D Co., Milwaukee, Cleveland,
Cedar Rapids, Lexington, Ky., Ashe-
ville, N.C. & Field Offices throughout
U.S.-BS: EE, IE & ME. Dec. grads. R.
& D., Des., Prod. & Sales.
U.S. Army Ballistics Research Lab.,
Aberdeen, Md.-Al Degrees: EE & ME,
Math & Physics. BS: E Math. R. & D.
U.S. Army Biological Labs., Fort Die-
trick, Md. - MS-PhD: Microbiology,
Chemistry, Veterinary Medicine & Plant
Sciences.
U.S. Army Materiel Command, 90 In-
stallations located throughout the U.S.
-All Degrees: AE & Astro., EE, EM, ME,
& Met., Chem.-(Analyt., Org. & Inorg.)
Physics, Math, Bacteriology & Biochem.
BS, MS, Prof.: ChE. BS: E Math & E
Physics. R. & D., Des. & Prod,
.Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Place-
ment Office, 2200 Student Activities
Bldg., during the following hours: Mon.
thru Fri. 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30
til 5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time or full-time temporary
work, should contact Dave Lowman,
Part-time Interviewer at NO 3-1511,
Ext. 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily.
1-Male to work on meat counter.
Must have experience. May work
approx. 20 hrs. per week.
1-Position Analyst. Prefer student in
Hospital Admin. Must be qualified
to analyze, describe, and evaluate
positions and ideally would have
had experience.
-Several miscellaneous positions for
both male and female including
sales positions for Christmas season.
1-Jr. or Sr. in Bus. Ad. for clerks
position. Will be doing minimum
typing, assembling notebooks, stuff-
ing envelopes, arranging for con-
ference rooms, etc. Possibility of
working into research asst. position.

FOR RENT
2 STUDENTS want inexpensive apt.
with 2 bedrooms, living room, no
kitchen, near East Quad. Call Bill, 5-
7443. C23
MODERN, furnished 2-bedroom apt.
near campus. $190.NO 5-2448. C20
APT. Available Dec. 21 for 3 or 4. $175
per mo. Including utilities. Close to
campus. NO 3-9647.. C22
CAMPUS-3 BLOCKS
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
Furnished, 11 bdrm. apt. (entire 1st
floor of bldg.). $115 per month in-
cludes garage and heat. NO 3-7268.
Cli
ROOMMATE for 2 male grad students.
Modern apt., near campus. Call 665-
5365 after 7 p.m. C18
NEED ONE more male roommate for
new apt. 3-2031, for this semester
and/or next. C5
GIRLS looking for comfortable, reason-
able apt, for second semester. Avail-
able Dec. 21. Call 5-2305 between 5-7.
C21
FIVE BEDROOM HOUSE, 4 blocks from
East Quad. Rent to family (1 block
from elem. sch.) or 4-5 men. NO 2-
5896. C16
WANTED-Female roommate, 2nd. se-
mester. Spacious 4-rm. apt. Complete-
ly furnished. On campus. Reasonable
rent. Call 663-5901. C10
ATTRACTIVE 2-bdrm. furnished apt.
for 3 or 4 adults. $180 per mo. Utili-
ties included. 1 mile from campus.
Call 5-4214 or 428-2664. C14
BEL-AIR APTS. Campus 2-bedroom,
completely furnished, wall to wall
carpeting, balcony, air conditioning.
Call 2-5780, Eves. 2-5140. C19
NEW MODERN APT. 2 blks. from cam-
pus. Covered parking. Extremely rea-
sonable rent. Call 665-6737 between
5 and 7. C13
IT'S NOT TOO EARLY
One, two and three bdrm. apts. for
next FALL. New, furn'd. and reason-
able. The SUMMIT HOUSE APTS.
5-8330 or 8-8723. C4
TWO BEDROOM, furnished, lake-front
home. Fireplace, furnace, full bath.
Small family or 3 students. $90/mo.
plus utilities, Dec.-June. 433 E. Shore
Drive, Whitmore Lake. Call HI 9-4411.
SAVE ON SUB-LEASE
Huron Towers Studio Apt.
Unfurnished or furnished on arrange-
ments. Available Dec. 1 or Dec. 15.
REASONABLE.
Call 663-6958
7-9 p.m. weekdays; 1-9 Sun,
THE FORVM
located at 726 S. State St.
has 3 pent-house apts. available
for next semester. Air-cond. Fully
carpeted, dishwashers, and beau-
tifully furnished. Will accommo-
date five.
For more information, call
CHARTER REALTY
Fine Campus Apartments

LOST AND FOUND
FOUND--Man's wrist watch, Nov. 16,
Michigan Union parking lot. Call
3-1511, Ext. 2766. A2
RADIO REPAIRS,
MUSICAL MDSE.
HI FI, TV, RADIO, and Phono service.
TV rentals, speaker reconing. Free
pick-up and delivery service. Campus
Radio and TV. NO 5-6644, 325 E.
Hoover. X2
A-i New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1958 Cushman-$150
1959 Vespa-$110
1963 Vespa-$235
NICHOLSON MOTOR SALES
223 S. First 662-7409
Z36
ACCESSORIES AND PARTS. All Makes.
Custom Order Service
HONDA, 1906 Packard Rd. 665-9281. Z
MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY to highest
bidder, by Nov. 26, 1957 Zundapp 200
cc. Call NO 2-8406. 1 Z42
VESPA-LAMBRETTA Owners-Save on
Parts and Accessories. Custom Order
Service. HONDA, 1906 Packard Rd.
665-9281. Z
HONDA of Ann Arbor
1906 Packard Road
665-9281
1963 SILVER EAGLE Motor Scooter -
Fully equipped, 4 months old. Cost
$616. Will take $400. 2740 Tim, Wooa-
ldnd Lake, Brighton, anytime after
5 p.m. Z29
USED CARS
1962 MG Roadster - Red with wire
wheels. 663-3575 after 5 p.m. N48
1957 FORD-Excel. mech. cond. Body
and tires very good. $450. NO 2-1291
after 5:30 p.m. N4
NOW!!
Pre-Owned Examples
at November Savings!!!!
1963 TR-3B Roadster, Sharp!
1962 MG-A MK II Road. Nice!!
1962 Austin Mini Cooper, Hot One!
1961 Austin-Sprite Road/Hardtop.
1960 Alfra.Romeo '2000 Cony,
1960 MG-A '1600 Roadster.
1959 Alfa-Romeo Roadster.
All cars carry the 1-yr. G/W war-
ranty. Don't hesitate, come in and see
them now and $ave.
Overseas Imported Cars

Figure 5 average words to o line.
Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily
Phone NO 2-4786

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MICHIGAN DAILY
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

MORE KINDS OF CHEVROLETS THAN

EVER BEFORE!

JET-SMOOTH LUXURY CHEVROLET
15 models. Four series. One
brand-new series-the Impala
Super Sports. More luxury,
too. Even the Biscaynes are
now fully carpeted. There's
seven different engines' worth
of power-140 hp to 425 hp
(optional at extra cost). It's
a matter of knowing if you'd
like your luxury on the gentle
side or on the other side.
Model shown: Impala Sport Coupe
TOTALLY NEW CHEVELLE! 11
models. Three series. An
entirely new line of cars sized
a foot shorter than the big
cars, so you get the handling
ease of smaller cars But don't
sell it short! Chevelle gives
you generous passenger and
luggage room. Engine choice:
120 to extra-cost 220 hp.
Model shown: Malibu Sport Coupe
NEW CHEVY n Six models. Two
series-Nova and Chevy II
100. Both now offer an extra-
cost 195-hp V8 or a 155-hp
six, to give you more Chevy
II power than ever before.
Match this added power with
Chevy II thrift, and you can
see why Chevy II will be
harder than ever to keep up
with this year.
Model shown: Nova 2-Door Sedan
NEW CORVAIR Seven models in
four series. Two Greenbriers.
A new standard 95-hp engine
(nearly 1'9% livelier). An
extra-cost 110-hp engine on all
Corvairs and a 150-hp Turbo-
charged engine in the Monza
Spyder. Styling? Never been
cleaner. Interior? Never been
brighter. Fun to drive? Never
been more so.
Model shown: Monza Club Coupe
NEW CORVETTE Two models-
the Sport Coupe with a new
one-piece rear window plus

HELP WANTED
DENTAL HYGENIST for 1 or 2 days
a week in Plymouth. Write Box 7
Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard. 14
MALE STUDENTS with cars needed to
do light delivery work. 4:30 p.m.-9
p.m. Apply 308 Municipal Court Bldg.
5-0483. HS
WANTED - Mature, responsible male
student for part-time work. Call 662-
1132. H13
PERSONAL
FLY TO BOSTON on charter air flight
Christmas vacation; Call Mr. Paul
Weinberg, NO 5-4111, Ext. 140, 6-8
p.m., by Nov. 26. Flo
AT THE FALCON-the MET-TET, Mon.,
Wed., Sat., Starting Sat., Nov. 23. FS
$1.25
HAIRCUT, Mon. thru Thurs., 347 May-
nard, near Arcade. $1.50 Fri. and Sat.
THE MIKADO is sold out for Friday
and Saturday nights and the Satur-
day matinee. Now aren't you sorry
you didn't plan ahead? P15
the MET-TET
FREE JAZZ CONCERT
Mon., Nov. 25, Aud. D, 7:30 F0
GIRLS-Get your apt. for et FALL
NOW. The SUMMIT HOUSE, 8-8723
or 5-8330. F3
BUDDY BIRD or Birdey Buddy-Will
the real H. Nell step forward,
Lady Ferg F6
DIAMONDS - Highest quality at com-
petitive prices. Call 0. K. Reaver Co.
of Ann Arbor, 300 S. Thayer. NO 2
1132. Fo
NO! Our Cold Pills are not'just plain
sugar pills but contain honest to
goodness medicine.
The Village Apothecary
1112 So. University
P
AUSTIN DIAMOND CORPORATION -
"Where marginal prices buy quality
diamonds!" 1209 S. University. 863-
7151. ID73
IT'S HAYRIDE TIME! Hayrides in the
country, 5 miles south of Ann Arbor.
$12 for 2-hour ride. Building avail-,
able for parties. Call NO 2-9097. P15
FROM the Peppermint Club - DOUG
BROWN and the Omens. Now at
Eddies, 43711 Mich. Ave. Tues. thru
Sat., 20 minutes from Ann Arbor.
CHARTER AIR Flight-Christmas vaca-
tion to Los Angeles-San Francisco.
Call Mr. Gary Miller, NO 3-7665, 5-8
p.m. P17
WEINER SCHNITZEL with German
potato salad-$1.35. German meat pat
ties-.30. ROMANOFF'S, 300 S. Thayer.
P26
JOINT GLEE CLUB CONCERTS-Mich-
igan and Ohio State. Special guest
The Arbors. Saturday, November 23,
at 7:00 and 9:30. Tickets on sale
8-5 Hill Aud. F45
ASK NOT what the University can do
for you but what you can do for the
Student Comm. for Higher Education.
Alternate positions open. Petition
available, SGC offices, now 'til Nov.
27. P18
AT DARWIN'S
HOUSEHOLD Furnishings, appliances,
tables, glassware, books, antiques.
2930 S. State NO 8-7744
FREE-25 CHRISTMAS Cards with the
family picture on it with the pur-
chase of 3 8x10's, 2 wallet size, 8
permanent proofs for $17.50. The
perfect Christmas gift. Call 2-22q0
for an appointment at Crowley
Studio, P47
The International Students Association
presents:
SNOWFLAKE SUPPER
Sunday, Nov. 24-5:30-7:30
(The supper will be covered by Life)
at the International Center
Everyone Invited
F48
Meet the Right People
The purpose of our organization, using
established techniques of personality
appraisal and an IBM system, is to
introduce unmarried persons to others
whose background and ideals are
congenial with their own. Interviews
by appointment. Phone after 9 am.
NO 2-4867.
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
FOR SALE

SLIDE RULES and Drawing Sets, new
and used, $5-$18. Call 665-0012. B2
FOR SALE--Microscope "Zeiss" mono-
cular-binocular, excellent cond. Ph.
542-6431, Detroit. B9
NATURAL GREY Kikskin full length
coat and detachable hood. Size 12.
Like new: $100. NO 2-0031. B42
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S STORE

SEE and HEAR
The Outstanding
K L H
The MUSIC CENTER, Inc.
1304 S. University 304 S. Thayer
In Campus Village Opposite Hill Aud.
RENT A TV THIS SEMESTER.

1335 S. University
eves. Call 662-7117

665-8825
C19

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TRANSPORTATION
WANTED--Ride to or near Wilkes
Barre, Pa., for Thanksgiving vacation.
Leave Wed., return Sun. 5-9761, Ext.
285. 024
BUSINESS SERVICES
EXPERIENCED Cleaning and Ironing.
Afternoons only. 662-9782. J29
TYPING IN MY HOME-Term papers,
themes, outlines, briefs. Mrs. Robert
Feuster, NO 2-1260. J28
WILL DO TYPING AT HOME-Have
taken University qualifying tests.
Have dissertation experience. 25c a
page, 5c a copy. Marilyn McGuire,
663-5328. J19
482-0191
Typing of manuscripts, theses, disser-
tations, and term papers. Duplicating
done by mimeographing or offset
printing.
GRETZINGER BUSINESS SERVICES
320 S. Huron
J
665-8184
MANUSCRIPT typing, transcription,
medical, legal, technical confer-
ences, mimeographing, offset.
Quick, Accurate, Experienced.
ANN ARBOR PROFESSIONAL
SERVICE ASSOCIATES
334 Catherine B2i

SPORTS CAR ACCESSORIES
Custom Order Service
HONDA, 1906 Packard Rd. 665-9281.

331 S. 4th Ave.
Ann Arbor

662-2541

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CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES

ANNOUNCING
WHIT'S TRUCK RENTAL
Ann Arbor
202 W. Washington St.
Call
NO 5-6875
Pick-ups Panels
Small Vans

NEJAC

Free delivery and service
NO 8-6007

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MISCELLANEOUS
STOCK UP with lots of good food
for your Weekend Party at
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
Open every night 'til 12

It's Not Too Early
To Think About
THAT PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFT
THF OLYMPIA

ORDER NOW
STATIONERY
PENCILS
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