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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, April 22, 1972

FE C F EC A7 getthe.. Jobdone
FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557 - 10 A.M.-4 P.M. Monday-Friday

FOR SALE

USED CARS

BUSINESS SERVICES

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RAil IOS EAIRC

PERSONAL

3ACKPACK: Gerry Vagabond (ige.). CHEVROLET, 1962. Like new, Auto-
Excellent condition, was $30 new. matc. One owner. $295.00. Call 761-
Walt at 764-7969 before 3 pm. 07B57 2476. 15N60
OTOBIKE, Peugeot 49cc. For sale '69 TRIUMPH GT-6 plus. Customized
Cheap. Excellent condition. 971-5492. interior, tape deck, $1525, will bar-
821B57 gain. Gary, 663-3584. 96N57
1966 VW Camper - full camping acces-'
LOST AND FOUND sories, good condition, $950. Call
Leon at 769-3742. 08N57
iIICHIGAN DAILY Business Staff: '65 VW- -- c- -on'ition
Condolences on the loss of your Class- VW camper; good condition, make
offer. 662-3594. 49N57

TYPING: Medical, economical, all lRichardDLee, Inc.
R ichard Le Inc.
fields. Electric typewriter. Call 971- .
2366, 89J57 'FULL PA. SYSTEM (Altec, Fender, If you want old fashioned, stiff for-
- Shure) $500, will negotiate. Grand mal portraits, try the studios; but
WILL RE-UPHOLSTER furniture for piano $700. John, 662-0487. 16X57 if you like the casual style, or one
very reasonable rates - you furnish that'll reflect your personality--call
fabric. Call 971-4834 after 5:00 p.ii. Kenwood TK-88U TUNER/AMP AM-FM 1 761-9452 for an appointment. On lo-
for free estimate 28J57 90 WATTS ($300 new), $170 or best cation, In or Out-doors. (,tc
.o feeesiat. . J7 offer. Call Roger, 761-8340. 74U57 ----
EXPERT TYPING, editing, whatever. -SPEED READING: The right time is
35-75c/paIe depending on specifica- TELMAR 60W (IHF) receiver, $60. Pair when you don't have the time. Almost
35 .cagedependingondpeifi7c- Utah 3-way speakers, $100. Both $150. instant results, Michael Thoryn. 761-I
tions. Call Barbara Frederick, 769- Call 769-3166 persistently. 55X57 6683. 54F57
3348 anytime. cJtc

ifieds manager. You lose, but I w in.
-Dave dA57
(ICE REWARD for lost wallet: blue
with white flowers. No questions ask-
ed. 764-5984, Karen. 76A57
SOST: one Kotex machine. Last known
location: West Quad courtyard. If
found, return to Fourth Floor Ad-
ams, W.Q. Reward. 56A57
FOUND: Men's watch nr, State & Ann.
763-0194, 8-12 a.m., Margie. dA57

INTERNATIONAL VAN, 1961. Excellent
running condition, equipped f o r
camping, 6-15 volt transformer. Call
Jim, 665-7295, or Larry, 665-3319. dN57
WE'LL 'BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$
BRING YOUR TITLE
Toyota Ann Arbor
907 N. Main

Al's Dog Grooming
Trim $7.00 Bath $2.50
Free pick-up and delivery
Ann Arbor and Ypsi
Phone 485-4096
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: Used Back Pack and

SPINET * CONSOLE PIANO
WANTED responsible party to take over LEGALIZE BULLARD
spinet piano. Easy terms. Can be 49F561
seen locally. Write Credit Manager, - .-....----- ..
P.O Box 276, Shelbyville, Indiana, 20 PER CENT OFF on all titles except
46176. 05X56 hardcover texts - University Cellar,
05,J57; -- _ Mon., April 24 through Tues., May 2.
EMPIRE TURNTABLE, Shure M91E, 65F57
preamp $100. 120 watt Heathkit gui-
tar amplifier $175. Hallicrafters ama- UNIVERSITY CELLAR
Tent teur receiver $65. 761-7288. 78X57 RECORD SALE NEWS

PERSONALI
TERMPAPERS
CREATIVE RESEARCH offers the finest.
ORIGINAL RESEARCH from $4.00 a
page. Special discount of 25c a page,
with 21 day advance notice. We have
professional writers in all fields and
all academic levels. We also have a
fine library of safe, first quality
USED TERMPAPERS at $1.50 a page.
the lowest price in the U.S.A.!
FLASH!
We have the lowest prices in the
universe for PHOTOCOPYING, 3c per{
page-4c for books! We also have a
complete computer programming serv-
ice. For TOTAL research and writing
services.
CREATIVE RESEARCH
313 S. State St.-761-5880
Ann Arbor, Mich. 48108
cFtc
TEN YEARS from now
Have a blast,
Looking at pictures
From the past.
To order your '72 'Ensian, send name,
address and $8.00 to: Michiganensian,
420 Maynard, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
or come to the 'Ensian office M-F.
i11-5 and pick one up NOW! dF57
TODAY is the last DAILY of the term,i
so this is the last ad for the UNI-
VERSITY CELLAR Record Sale. How-
ever, the sale runs another full week.
Shop around before you buy. Bangla
Desh, only $10.10. SALE ENDS APRIL
30. 64F57
WE PARTICIPATE in the Blue Shield
prescription program. The Village
Apothecary. cFtcf
SMASH Corporate Control of State Po-
litics! Bullard for State Representa-
tive. 48F57
SUNDAY, APRIL 23, Tea Garden &
VanWinkle. 9 p.m., Palmer Field.
FREE. 11 p.m., candlelight march
against the air war. 42F57
LEARN JAZZ and rock piano this sum-
mer from profesisonal musician and
experienced teacher. Inexpensive, fun.!
Call Bart at 763-6309. 43F56
kUSTRALIAN DRECTORY - Supplies
immigration counsel application to
Australian Embassy, employer list,;
housing, tax and price information
$1.25. Skott Enterprises. Box 5711.
2618 Tremainsville, Toledo, Ohio.
43613. 80F57
MIXED BOWLING LEAGUES forming.
Sign up now for Spring Term. M Pin
Bowling 40c per game. Michigan Un-
ion Lanes. cF57
MICHIGAN UNION
Barber. Billiards, Bowling
Open regular hours during exams
and break
cFS7

PERSONAL
TRIED TO GET A JOB?
Did you ever try to get a job at U
Cellar? What happened? Do you feel
that you were treated fairly? We'd
like to know. All replies strictly con-
fidential. Write: W. Taylor (chair
person), Committee. on Employment
Policies of U Cellar Board of Direc-
tors, 712 S. Division, Ann Arbor, 48104
or Call: 761-2061, evenings. 31F57
FORMER EMPLOYEES OF U CELLAR:
We want to know why you quit! All
replies strictly confidential Write: W.
Taylor (Chairperson), Committee on
Employment Policies of U Cellar
Board of Directors, 712 S. Division,
Ann Arbor, 48104 or Call: 761-2061,
evenings. 30F57
OUT TO LUNCH-WE WILL
BE CLOSING FRI, APRIL 21
NAKED LUNCH
NON-PROFIT NATURAL FOOD RES-
ITAURANT. Inexpensive, carefully pre-
pared vegetarian lunch weekdays 11-
2:30 basement, 331 Thompson. cFtc
PINBALL ARCADE. 1217 S. University,
across from the Campus Theatre.
cFtc
Termpapers:
WRITE ON, the No. I professional
service, gives thg best results:
1. We have on hand the world's
largest selection of "used" papers-
ALL for $1.50 per page-our prices
truly are the lowest.
2. We do custom papers of any
length, academic level, or subject
for $3.75 per page-no sliding scale!
3 You read the paper before buy-
ing.
4. We provide 48 hour service on
computer programs and take homes.
5. Only WRITE ON is student
owned.
WRITE ON-No. I Coast-to-Coast
524 E. William St. 665-4321 24 hrs. a day
45F22
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY
Yes It CAN be good without being
pushy or unreasonably expensive. 60-
120 color photographs taken. No min-
imum order. By appointment only
Call David at 769-0053, 9-5. eftc

PERSONAL
UAC SGC presents EUROPE $175
NASSAU
039 5 6-5r13 Det/Nas/Det NC
$169 plus 13* tax & tips
EUROPEAN FLIGHT SCHEDULE
Pro- adm.
fit. Dep. Ret. Route ratalchg. tot.
515 5 2 -6/2 Det/Lon/Det $160 $15 $175
517 5/3 /6/24 Det/Lon/Det $160 $15 $175
651 5/7 6/7 Det/Lon/Det $160 $15 $175
665 5/7 -7/3 Det/Lon/Det $165 $15 $180
647 5/8 -6/25 Det/Lon/Det $160 $15 $175
523 5/16-8/15 Det/Lon/Det $195 $15 $210
649 5/18-8/15 Det/Lon/Det $195 15 $210
555 5/22-6/27 Det/Lon/Det $160 $15 $175
525 531-8/16 NY/Lon/NY $180 $15 $195
667 6/7 -7/4 D/L/Ams/D $180 $15"$195
527 6/8 -8/8 NY/Lon/NY $175 $15 $190
511 6 17-9/3 Det/Lon/Det $210 $15 $225
613 6/19-8/25 NY/Lon/NY $180 $15 $195
669 6/25-7/25 D/L/Ams/D $195 $15 $210
539 6/26-828 D/Ams/L/D $205 $15 $220
503 6/27-8/31 D/Par/L/D $225 $15 $240
545 6/28-9/3 NY/Par/L/NY $185 $15 $200
529 7/2 -8/30 D/Ams/L/D $215 $15 $230
657 7/3 -8/16 Det/Lon/Det $205 $15 $220
625 7/4 -9/4 Det/Ams/Det $215 $15 $230
531 7/5 -9/1 Det/Lon/Det $215 $15 $230
729 7/5 -7/25 Det/Lon/Det "$200 $15 $215
519 7/15-8/19 Det/Lon/Det $200 $15 $215
603 7/25-8/25 D/Ams/L/D $200 $15 $215.
521 7/31-9/1 Det/Lon/Det $200 $15 $215
627 8/25-9/15 Det/Lon/Det $185 $15 $200
For all flights, the following connecting
flights are available:

#I

stu
London'Paris
London/Amsterdam
London/Rome
Other destinations

udent "o
$13
$15
$35
available

adult
$22
$25

Call Neal. 665-2802. 34K57_
PRACTICE PIANO for sale - $75. Call
WANTED TO BUY - Used scuba equip- 769-2189 between 6 & 8 p.m. only.
ment. Call Bob - 662-4931. 68K57 42X57

OUND- one set of keys in brown 40Ntc
case, 1200 blk., S. State. Bill, 662- F - d en....-.-p
0431, dA57 ' 60 FALCON, good engine, c h e a p
transportation. $60. 769-7527. 87N56
LOST: Macrame purse, oval wire ris, 1970 FORD camper van- pop-top, sleeps
Call Kathy, 7610829. 58A57 4 or more, self-contained, sink, re-
BINOCULARS IN case; man's pocket frigerator, toilet, snowtires. Call 426-
watch; cash in bank envelope; ladies' 4182 after 5 p.m. 52N58'
silver Caravelle watch; fur cape; PLYMOUTH Belvedere 1964, good con-
man's silver Timex watch: ladies silv-PLMT H, elve-ere1 ood3cn-
er Omega watch. INQUIRE LOST & dition Call 761-8333 before 3 p.m.
WOUND, 3011 S.A.B. dA57 63N57
~!VW BUG, 1961, runs great, good tires.
FOUND - All-white cat, vicinity of $295. 761-8799. 37N57l
Packard & State. 761-6327. dA57 $
OUNda: grown white dog, not too big. * A -
Sunday, near Village Corners. No I A I
tags. 665-0728. dA57B
10 REWARD. Return anduraUs
'rnilsBl ou Moiiain U SDto Al Lake. No questions asked. 971-

i
s

New Riders of the Purple Sage ar-
riving next week. New Bob Seger (with
Teegarden & Van Winkle) in today.
New imports in by Hendrix, Elton
John, Sun Ra, Yardbirds, Deep Purple.
Ornette Gleman. SALE ENDS APRIL
30. 67F57

1328.
PHOfTO SUPPL IES

21A57

Clean new car trades
DOM EST I C

'71 PONTIAC Wagon, Bonneville, Grand
AT CENTURY Safari, ten passenger, V-8, auto.,
steering, brakes, air-loaded, only 10,-
The Best in ..000 mi.'Reduced $3895.
Good Used Cameras '71 VEGA 2300, stick, radio, clean $1795.
70 MAVERICK, stick, radio, special
WE BUY, SELL, TRADE price $1295.
Everything Photographic '70 MAVERICK, auto., the Big 6 cycle,
radio, very clean $1495.
DARKROOM SUPPLIES 1 68 PONTIAC LeMans, Conv,, V-8, auto,
LUMINOUS PAPERS ( power steering, brakes, radio and tape
deck, red, new white top and tires.
Repairs on all males $1495.
'69 DODGE CHARGER RT, sp. V-8,
Century Camera steering and brakes, special $1395.
tAt our new location) '68 DODGE Sportsman Van, long wheel
4254 N. Woodward, Royal Oak base, V-8, auto, very clean. $1850.
Between 13 and 14 Mile Rd. , '68 CHEVY Impala, 4 dr. H. Top, V-8,
LI 9-6355 auto, steering and brakes, nice car.
$1195.
Take 1-94 to Southfield Expr. North to '69 CHEVY, 3/4 Ton Pickup, big box,
13 Mile Road-then East to V-8, 3 sp., nice truck. $1895.
Woodward and North FOREIGN AND SPORTS
(Michigan Bank. Security and Diner '71 CAPRI, red, 4 sp., mag wheels, ra-
Charges accepted) dial tires. $1950,
'69 DATSUN 510, 2 dr,, 4 sp., radio.
"ELP WANTED --' VW, black, 34,000 mi., one of a
______- -- -- --- I kind, one owner.$75
PERSON TO HELP clean house Sat. or '59 VW, green, good tires, 36HP, runs
Sun. or Mon. evening: 6-9. $2.25/hr. good $295.
and dinner if desired. Call 662-8049. 67 FORD Cortina, 2 dr., auto, radio,
22H57 20,000 mi., sharp. $695.
'66 Chevy II 6 cylinder, power steering
Sneeded for spring/sum- E& brakes, $795.
mer, starting immediately. Mon., 'ue 70 RENAULT R-10, $1295.
Wed. afternoons. Call 663-3830 even- T
ings. ._. 37H357 TOP DOLLAR
Ing_.__7__7FOR YOUR TRADE-IN
APARTMENT MANAGER WANTED for BE SURE TO ASK ABOUT
1000 Oakland Apartments. Prefer in- 100 PERCENT WARRANTY
dividual available May 15. Must be ON TOYOTAS
available in August. Phone 662-9892. Y
551Y57 TOYOTAS

ROOMMATES WANTED
1 or 2 MALES to share room for spring,
have single rooms for summer. Air
cond. Campus area, 769-5955. 24Y57
1-2 FEMALE ROOMMATES for one bed-
room in 2 bedroom modern apart-
ment, Terms negotiable, Eves. 769-
1608. 33Y57
FOR FALL: Need 2 girls for spacious
4-man bi-level apt. Good location.
Call 764-8883 or 763-6546 persistently.
687Y57{
SUBLET - 4th wanted for 4-women
apartment. CHEAP!! 769-8085. 74Y57
NEED ONE man for own room in
roomy 2-moan furnished apt. Spring,
spring-summer, spring-summer-fall-
etc. are all possibilities. Ten minutes
from ding, no lease, cheap rent. Park-
ing. Call 663-9842. 03Y57
ROOMMATE(S): , Large, comfortable
house. Own room, $50-$75. Available'
anytime. Call Mickie, 761-4970 per-
sistently. 89Y57
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to share
1-bedroom apt. across from Rackham.
Available May 1. $50 'mo, 662-8183.
50Y57
MALE ROOMMATE: own room in 2-
man, 2-bdrm. apt. near Med School
for fall andor summer, 769-7564.
07Y57
MAY-AUGUST, female roommate want-
ed. own bedroom, cheap. 769-8428.
30Y57
2 MEN to fill 4-man for spring &
summer. Mod., air cond., color TV.
1 block from campus. 608 Monroe
No. 25, 761-1936, 52Y57
ROOMMATES NEEDED for 4-nan apart-'
ment, for May-August. 4 blocks from
campus. Call 665-3504. 81Y57
OWN ROOM in 3-man apt., May-Aug.
761-8333. 28Y57
FEMALE ROOMMATE - Own room in
house with front porch, dishwasher.
Spring term. Call 769-7421. 02Y57
ONE GIRL for 2-man, I bedroom.
Available May 1. Rent negotiable. 668-
6367. 03Y57
ROOMMATES WANTED to share house
for summer. Own room from May 15.j
Possible, for couple. Call Sally, 665-E
4628, anytime. 11Y5'7
MALE WANTED FOR OWN BEDROOM
IN LUXURIOUS BILEVEL, ALBERT
TERRACE. 12 MONTH LEASE AT°
$140/MO. FALL OCCUPANCY, SPRING
SUBLET AVAILABLE. CALL STRIKE
AT 764-8515 DAYS OR 665-2840
NIGHTS. 43Y57
COUPLE SEEK 2-3 couples to rent
house. Communal environment neces-
sary. 662-1056 after 4. 56Y52
ROOMMATE NEEDED for May-Aug. in
sunny house apt.' Huge kitchen, laun-
dry facilities, parking. 764-3859. 43Y49
PETS AND SUPPLIES
SIBERIAN HUSKIES - 8 wks. 1 male,
4 females, purebred. 279-1072. 64T57
POETRY KITTENS! Eight of them! Six
males, tiger and gray and white and
red, Two calico females. Trained to
i'kitty litter. Affectionate. Psychoan--
alyzed, Beautiful. Excellent taste ill
wines. Call 761-8785 and leave num-
ber. .33T57
TRANSPORTATION _
WANTED - Ride to N J (Millburn) or
1!N.YC. on Szunday, April 31 or after.
Jim, 764-7727. dG57
2 GIRLS need ride to BOSTON area.
t Nancy. 663-8180. 11057
WANTED: A ride to eastern Canada,
last week in May, or any helpful in-
fcrmation about hitching or hostel-
ling in that area. Call Susan M., 761-
6683. dG57

SONY 355 Stereo tape deck, $125; AR
amplifier, $175. Call 662-7975 evenings.
95X57
FOLKLORE CENTER
1921 Martin 00-28-K, 1915 Gibson L-1,
other used Martins and Guilds;
Banjos, mandolins, and fiddles for
sale or trade. Repairs and instruc-
tion, 668-9836, 516 E. William above
Bike Shop. eXte
FOR SALE-Good RCAportable stereo
ini need of repairs. $25. Call Debbie.!
761-5715. dX57
PERSONAL
DANCE AND PROTEST - Sunday,
April 23, FREE on Palmer Field. Tea
Garden & VanWinkle at 9 p.m. Can-
dlelight march against the air 5var
11 p.m. 44F57
CAR WASH TODAY
Drive a clean machine.
Solstis School, 710 Oakland
10-2
dF57
TO CELEBRATE 10th anniversary of
Pilot Program, we have invited Tea
Garden & VanWinkle to play for
free on Palmer Field, 9-11 p.m. Sun-
day, April 23, followed by a candle-
light march to demonstrate against the
air war. 43F57
LONDON THEATRE WORKSHOP '7s.
Exciting vacation/study. Mime, Pro-
duction, Contemporary Theatre, Lon-
don University, $545; July 29 - Aug.1
25,; Write Box 7124 Wauwatosa, WI
53213 90F57
READING IMPROVEMENT classes, six
seissions, $5. Register May 10 and
11. 1610 Washtenaw, corner of H i11.
Information 764-9481. 12F59
Help SACK SICKLE CELL ANEMIA in
'72: Send cash sackfuls, money-belts,
and dollars to the
WBLK Sdulathon
814 Rand Building
14 Lafayette Square
Buffalo, New.,York 14203
now through April 30. Broadcast
marathon begins 9 p.m. April 28 to
4 a.m. April 30. 97.3 FM. 65F57
GUY WANTS to meet mature and in-
telligent girl interested in outdoors,
music, and arts. Call 763-6098. 23F57
BETHEL DAY CARE CENTER accept-
ing registrations - ages 2i1-5. Un-
structured enrichment program. 663-
3800. 45F57
YOU NEED THE HELP OF INTERNA-
TIONAL STUDENTS. And they would
like to meet and get to know you. If
interested, particularly for late sum-
mer or fall, call the International
Center, 764-9310. 46F57
HONEY! Don't sell your ring and join
pack! Please reconsider. I love you.
50F57
SELL YOUR BOOKS - the University
Cellar Mon., April 24 through Tues.
May 2. 66F57
J
j

CENTICORE BOOKSHOP
has just received a big shipment of
DOVER books (over 200 titles).
Goya's Graphics. Kollwitz's Prints
& Drawings. Chess books. Life his-
tories of Birds. History of Costume.
Victorian Needlework and Victorian
Cemetery Art.
Alphabets and Ornaments. Optical
Patterns. Puzzles and Games, includ-
ing Lewis Carroll.
Durer's Drawings and Woodenuts.
Tree Books. Art Nouveau. Snow
Crystals. ,Golden Age of the Poster.
Egyptian Book of the Dead.
Coloring books. Children's books,
Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci.
Drawings of Blake. Bruegel, and
Rembrandt.
Music Books by Bach, Mozart, De-
bussy.
Herbals and books on herb lore.
DOVER books at both stores:
CENTICORE BOOKSHOP
1229 South University
and
CENTICORE BOOKSHOP
336 Maynard Street
061F57
CLASSIC GUITAR =- Benjamin hand
made Mexican classic guitar, with
case. $150. David, 434-3117, days. 34X57
GIRL NEEDS cheap place to live start-
ing July or Aug. Pref. no rent. 761-
8544 after 6. 39L55:
$50 REWARD for info leading to rentalI
of house with 3 or more bedrooms.
Call 761-3236 or 763-6919. 45L57
PORPOISES ON PURPOSE
BUY WATERBEDS DIREC'TLY
from the manufacturer and save!
From $11.95 for a top-quality guaran-
teed product, comparable to any. Call
Ellen at Aquarest. 769-4491. cFtc

"RESPECTABLE YOUNG MAN seeks ma-
ture, attractive, intelligent, active wo-
man, 21-25, for permanent matrimon-
ial relationship. Write Daily, box 3.
81F57
"COMPUTER MATING"-- Meet an
ideal mate tnru Date-Mate. Free in-
formation- 711-A Comings, St. Joseph.
Michigan.. 76F57
DAY CARE
who needs it? find out by volun-
teering as a day-care assistant this
summer. 2210 S.A.B. Building. cF57
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low-cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560

USED STEREO; needs work. Garrard
turntable - speakers. $30. Call Ro-
berta, LATE, 769-5973. 21X57

120 WATT anip. - 2 - 12" speakers, GOLD JEWELRY: Uniquely designed
multieffect wa-wa-pedal $100. Call original castings. Specializing in WED-
265-2418, Adrian, Mich. 14X58 DING RINGS. JHAN 769-7550. CF70

*Price includes round trip fair plus
hnitel accommodations.
Open only to U-M faculty, staff, stu-
dents and immediate families. Alumni
eligible for certain flights. Please con-
tact:
UAC Travel, 2nd Floor, Mich. Union
State Street, 763-2147, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Administrative and Travel Services by
Students International, (313) 769-5790
621 Church Street, Ann Arbor
cFte
MATCHMAKER - $15. Expand your
world. Meet your kind of people.
Saturday Night Insurance, 663-1392.
cFtc

i

hthu
Classiies
Ads

WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod or Tra-
BORDERS' BOOK SHOP New Summer ditional style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
Hours: 10-10 Mon-Sat. 518 E. Wil- cFtc
Liam. 668-7653. cFtc - --- ---- -- ---
.--- | - _.. BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
WANTED: Piano lessons. Call Mike, while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press, 1217
761-7378. 70F57 Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc

WANTED, spring term, 10-12:30, M-T-
W-Th., sitter fop 1 baby, 3 blocks
from Union. 763' -6867. 28H57
Help SACK SICKLE CELL ANEMIA in
'72: Send cash sackfuls, money-belts,
and dollars to the
WBLK Soul-a-thon
814 Rand Building
14 Lafayette Square
Buffalo, New York 14203
now through April 30. Broadcast
marathon begins 9 p.m. April 28 to 4
a.m. April 30. 97.3 FM. 66H57'
TOPLESS DANCER for Bachelor Party
-Friday, May 5 (call Al 761-4031),,
Early morning, late night. 25H49
RESEARCHED UP-TO-DATE informa-
tion on JOB OPPORTUNITIES in N.
America and Overseas in various oc-
cupations, up to $2600 monthly. For
your copy, send $3 to JOB RE-
SEARCH, Box 1253, Stn.-"A", Toronto,
Ont. 33H57
SUMMER RESEARCH ASSISTANT, -
knowledge Italian required. Social
science background, German helpful
Call 763-3251 or 761-5689. Aim Equal
Opportunity Employer. 56H57
GRADUATE STUDENT or upperclass-
man to share country, home June
thru Aug. in exchange for the care of
a bright 6-yr. old girl. Private suite,
meals and salary, evenings and week-
ends free. Impeccable references a
must. Write Box 5, Mich. Daily.
cH57
SOUTHFILD student needs math tutor
for summer-must pass Cal 115 in
Fall. 761-5795., 59H157
OVERSEAS JOBS FOR STUDENTS -
Australia, Europe, S. America, Africa,
etc. All professions and occupatioms.
$700 to $3,000 monthly. Expenses paid '
overtime, sightseeing. Free informa-
tion, write: Jobs Overseas, Dept. K4.
P.O. Box 15071, San Diego, Calif. 92115
831143
STUDENTS: Summer Job May-Aug.
Must have car. Salary plus bonus.
761-0625. cHte
USED CARS
UICK SPECIAL, 1966, V-6, $400 or
best offer. 663-4474. 54N57
1957 AUSTIN HEALY
California car (absolutely no winters),
completely original, rare prim-inosae!
yeilow, hardtop. softop, 43000 iiles
- Show room condition. $2950/best of-
fer, 761-6108; 761-0844. 35N57
VOLKSWAGON 1965 ,- body good -
running condition - best offer over
$200. Call 665-7053. 58N57
'64 ORD Econoline Van, furnished in-
terior, must sell before May 1. 663-
4316. 63N57

'72 CARINA, 2 dr., It. blue and match-
ing int., 4 sp., factory air, radio, 6,-
000 mi., still on factory warranty.
only $2495.
'71 CELICA "ST", sports, $2695.
'71 MARK II WAGON, 4 sp., air cond.,
AM radio, also tape deck-FM combi-
nation, not a blemish on this car.
$2695.
'69 COROLLA, 2 dr., 1200, 4 sp., radio.
Up to 30MPG, clean-a good buy at
$1095.
TOYOTA
ANN. ARBOR
Open Mon. and Thurs. til 9
907 N. Main St. 663-8567
81N 57
'68 RAMBLER Apierican - low mile-
age. excellent jcondition, snow tires
included. $600 negotiable. 769-0326
mealtimes. 71N57
1963 FORD GALAXIE. Execllent cond
$195. Must see. 761-7846. 00N57
ROOM AND BOARD
I NEED a place to stay ii Detroit this
summer as I intern for the Wall
Street Journal. Help. Write Laura
Wallace, 2699 Derby. Apt. 4, Berkely,
California, or call Gayle at 763-6488.
dE57
BUSINESS SERVICES
MOVING - LIGHT HAULING, REAS-
ONABLE. 769-4416. 35J57

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Traffic jams. Overcrowded
schools. Inadequate housing.
Increasing unemployment.
Pollution. Almost any urban,
social and environmental
problem you can name is fast
becoming a nightmare.
And in one way or another
affects us all.
Of course, these problems
would still exist even if popula-
tion growth were zero, because
population growth is not their
basic cause. Therefore solving
them must obviously become
society's number one priority.
However, the pressures of an
ever-increasing population tend
to intensify our problems. And
make them harder to solve.
(By the year 2000, Census
Bureau projections estimate
our population could grow close
to 300 million. That's about 100
million more people to house,
transport, educate, feed and
clean up after!)
This intensifying of problems
by sheer numbers of people can
also occur in individual house-.
holds. For just as "too many
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And are ready for it--
emotionally, and not just
financially.
There's also only one time to
have that child: when it's
wanted. When it can be a
welcome addition rather than
an accidental burden.
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intensify the already severe
problems society has still
to solve.
People who will, at the very
least, help others understand
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