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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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Daily Classifieds'

Continued from Page 6

I VALENTINE GREETING

VALENTINE GREETING
DAVE and MARK: What a lucky
irl I am to have two fellas to love.
-Mama Lynn. 62VG
ACE: A LITTLE LOVE GOES A I
LONG WAY. BE YOURSELF. WE
ALL LOVE YOU!! .--HOTSHOT
61VG
DEAR SYL:
Thanksgiving dinner at your house.
We'll do ALL the cooking.
Love, Mary and Randl 60VG

SUE: My love for ou grows strong- DEAR PUNCHING BAG-Your fan
er every day. Happy Valentine's Day, club's a dud, but you're still our
Love. John. 44VG bud. Nance & Mange. 34VG

VALENTINE GREETING LARRY: I love you! MBHAGS. Love
forever, your Toots. 56VG
BABS, oh Babs we love you so. DEAR Perry, Sandy, Jack, and Dan-
How bad we want you, you'll never ny: 2nd verse same as the first:
know. With two men, there's not Let our love be a flame not an
much time for us four. 'Cuz every- ember
time you come home, you're always Say it's me that you want
too sore. to dismember
Happy V-D. We love you.-Weinball, As wetdance to the Masochinm
Piece No. 1, Piece No. 2, Byron. Tango.
90VG --Lno e Tom'R, . 1- I "

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SITUATIONS WANTED

VALENTINE GREETING

MISTER REDFORD, Rock, Pear,
Karts: Happy Valentine's Day. fromj
Phoxes 1, 2, and 3. 74VG
Viburnum trilobum drupes are red,
Acer's sweet sap soon flows
through
James G. Bruce, "mij",
Happy Winter to you. "Nelle" 72VG
LEE WEATHERBEE: we love you,
Ellen, Anne, Brent. and Julie. 71VG

Ooga-Boo a
$LIST 2EXN :IGAIGA.

DEAR GERTIE:
aw. What's the question?;
Love, Fran. I7VG .
BENGIE*
I'll MWA you today even if you
do have Urticaria. Hapey Valen-
tine's. Love. Turko. 24VG.
IF YOU'RE reading these messages
for vicarious thrills; and if you are
looking for a real Valentine, then
call me. Larry, 665-6987. 25VG
SUSIE:
This may come as a surprise to you.
But D.D.S. stands for Dear, Sweet
Sue.
Happy Valentine's Day, Sweetheart.
I love vou. -Ron. OiVG
ROGER: Thanks to you, I've experi-
enced life from both sides! Happy
Valentine's Day, from The Creature.
62VG

CHER PROF. CALCULUS
Voulez-vous coucher avec moi?
A bientot, ncon petit chon.
Je anne D'arc. 59VG
SANDY GOLDBERG: stop scratch-
ing. 5VG
JANE E.: You're the conflation of'
all things good and that's why I'm
so felicitiously disposed toward you.
Love ya more than I can say. 57VG
GIRL WHO BORROWED my copy of
Organisms and Continents through
Time: please return it to the Paleo
Librarv IMMEDIATELY. And call
me, 769-0833. 56VG
DEAR EDE: Thank you for getting
us muioved to a warm and sunny
house. May there continue all ap-
propriatie non-thermodynamic ram-
ifications. Nietskoob. 55VG
DEAR FRAN: Clue: L460SA, I hope
you choke. XXX Gertie. 54VG
SEAGULL:
Come fly with me.
--Sweetie 53VG
PROFESSOR GINDIN: Always re-

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY, Sweetie.
Hope your test goes well tonight.
43VG
DEAR SUSAN:
You're as sweet as Peter Pan Pea-
nut Buter! Have a Happy Valen-
Une's Day.
--Your "Grey Hare" 42VG
SMILEE--You're the mint-chocolate
chip strawberry sundae of my life.
What more could I ask-Me. 41VG
TO A young lady who has stayed
through thick and thin. I take this
time to say I love you., need you,
thank you. Jim, 40VG
JEAN-Thanks for six dizzying and
exhilerating months, and for all
the monhs and more to come. Grow
Ad with me my love, the best is
yet to come-Paul. 39VG
KERRIF~
While the sun still spends his
fabulous money
or the kingdoms in the eye of a
fool
Let us continue to waste our lives'
Declaring beauty to the world.
-M
dVG!

HOFF--All men seek God, but first
they must find love. So arise, my
love, and come away, for the win-
ter is past, the rain is over and
one-- J. 32VG
TO THE BOY BAYADERE: I've only
known careless love, it always has
hit me from below. But this time
round it's more correct-right on
target.-so direct ... Happy Valen-
tine's Day, Sweetheart-Jean. 31VG
HAPPY HEART DAY
To all of everybody (especially
Marne, Isabel, Greg, Harry, Terry)
EVERYBODY in 1223 Angell Hall.
dVG
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY to Smidi
and RoBobbie, PB, KK and The
VTDC. 1I'll make all of you famous
yet). C.F.C.A. dVG
Study in
Guadalajara, Mexico
The GUADALAJARA SUMMER
SCHOOL, a fully accredited
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
procram, will offer June 30 to
August 9, anthropology, art,
education, folklore, geography,
history, government, lonquage
a n d literature. Tuition and
fees, $190; board and room
with Mexican family $245.
W r i t e to GUADALAJARA
ISUMMER SCHOOL, 413 New
Psvcholoav. University of Ari-
zona, Tucson, Arizona 85721.

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Frozen fish?

No frigid temperatures will stop these hardy fi sherpeople. Michigan lakes will be teeming with
ice fishers like those shown here on Lake St. Claire, near Mount Clemens.
EMOCRA TS HIT:
Ford lashes into Congress
"(Continued from Page 1) before the Senate Appropria- The President gave in to
reakdown of an American-So- tions Committee and told the Congress in one area yesterday,
Ford legislators there are "definite however. He announced he will
said, by attempting to interfere and quite hopeful signs" that allow to become law without
with i tel uin oitics, the rate of inflation is begin- his signature a bill freezing the
"The breakdown of these ning to decline, "not only in price of food stamps through
foreign policy agreements, un- the farm area, but also in the 1975 at the level of last Jan. 1.
fortunately, could cause addi- industrial areas." Greenspan Ford had proposed an in-
tionaly tragic consequences ex- conceded that Fords energy crease in the price of food
actly contrary to the intent of proposals would bring a 2 per stamps, but Congress passed
Congress," Ford said cent increase in the inflation legislation enacting the freeze
On the economy, Ford and rate-now at about 11 per by a margin that was far over
several of his advisers offered cent -but said this woild be the two-thirds majority that :
the country a ray of hope, blut "ol- n-htipc. would have been required to .

DAVID: You're not getting older,
you're getting better! Happy Valen-
tine's Day. Sweet. Katy. 81VG
DORF-.
I do much wonder that one man,
seeing how much another is a foolE
when he dedicates his behavior to
love, will, after he hath laughed at
such shallow follies In others be-
come the argument of his own;
'scorn .
_STRAIGHT ARROW
86VG
GINNY: Alas, poor Yorrick. Love &
kisses. -P. 65VG
AMADA AMIGA: Eres la realizacion
de un bellisimo sueno, Te quiere,
CHA. VG48
FELLA: You are the sunshine of
my life. Each day it grows more and
more . . . I Love you. -Putsy.
57VG
TAFTY: You are the sunshine of
my life. Be my Valentine! Love,
Porky. 58VG

O.J. A LA MODE: I could drink a
gallon of you. The marked man.
38VG
DEAR NO. 82-I've been sitting here
in the wind waiting for the candle
to burn out, but it won't! (I'll give
you another three weeks). Happy
MVD. yeow! Snap-it! XX000, No. 1
in your heart 33VG

KISS-ME-KATE: You amazing piece member nose fl l-drenched nignts
of s--t! Good luck on the Sock Hop on Cleeve Hill. Awaiting Return
and remember, chuckle while you Hungrily. Your first wife. 51VG
work. P.S.: Be my Valentine, OK?. -
-GZ. 85VGI love you Dr. Ar b-XOXO. Do you
G still respect me? PG. 50VG
TOOTS: only 10 more months to
Breckinridge. I love you even in YOUR course load could strangle a
Ann Arbor. Toots. 83VG horse. And has given me grounds
. .------. for divorce. But Geraldine and Ros-
STAR: you seem light years away. coe, And I still love you, Provided
I'd like to explore your galaxie. you pass, of course. 49VG
-Dan. 54VG
.----.- _ JANE: Life's Problems Astronom-
I really did it. Mad Lover! Happy teal? I'll engineer a solution. Love,
Valentine's Day! Always 'N Forever. Randy. P.S.: Stink 'em up Moose.
-Mad Lovee. 30VG 48VG
THEY TELL ME THAT I AM THE DEAR CURMUDGEON: We love you.
BEST, Ede B., Peter and Victoria. 47VG

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Piedmont Chamber Orchestra
NICHOLAS HARSANYI Conducts Famed 25-
Piece Ensemble of Faculty Vir/nosi from N.C.
School of the Arts
The Detroit Institute of Arts
Founders Concert Series: Edith J. Freeman, Chairman
Auditorium, Fri., 21, 8:30 p.m.
Art Institute Ticket Office (832-2730),

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IHS: You really are a nice kid. Hap- I'M NOW SURE THAT I'VE
py Valentines Day. With love, RJG. PASSED THE BIG TEST,
20VG BUT I MUST TELL YOU HORTON.'
~- - WE'LL HAVE TO STOP COURTIN',
SMACKY: FOR EVEN I NEED SOME TIME
Happy Valentine's Day. FOR A REST.
I love you. -bere t IVG

-Piebutt Acorn-Head
Happy Valentine's Day!
-Eddie the Dope.

All Hudson's

$7, $6, $5

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Always,
Strawberry
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the optimism was offset by dis-
appointing news of recent trends
in unemployment compensa-
tion, auto sales and industrial
output.
THE FEDERAL Reserve

Stephen Gardner, deputy
treasury secretary, told the
same Senate panel that Ford's
budget message "has created
a greater sense of pessimism
about the future than is justi-
fied."

toard said the output of the na-
ion's ir"stry declined 3.6 per IN THAT message, Ford
ent in January, the biggest urged "perseverance and a will-
rop since December 1937, dur- ingness to tolerate some pain-
ng the Depression. fil measures necessary to re-
was store good economic health."
The board said the dropwaj He predicted an inflation rate of
idespread, involving autos, 11.3 per cent this year and an
consumer goods, businessu
quipment and industrial mater- unt
als. per cent.
The Labor Department said Gardner said yesterday, how-
record number of people col- ever: "The trend of the econ-
ected unemployment benefits omy through the year should
n the week ended Jan. 25; fig- be considerably better than
res released by the automak- last year."
rs reported sales for the first At Marco Island, Fla., L. W.
0 days of February at a 13- Seidman, a presidential assist-
ear low despite the rebate pro- ant for economic affairs, told a
rams, and a Gallup Poll meeting of the American Ap-
showed families spending more parel Manufacturers Associa-
noney for food. tion that the administration ex-
pects the recession to bottom
THE PRESIDENT out by summer.
warned that the nation "must Before his foreign policy ad-
not fight recessionary prob- dress, Ford spoke to the New
!ems with inflationarv cares." York Societv of Sectritv Ana-
He said inflation is "the uni- Ivsts. He told the stockhrokers
versal enemy of 100 per cent that he would hold the line on
of the people." snending and promised again to
Alan Greenspan, chnirmn of se his veto Mower freely if he
the President's Co'mnril of Fro- feels Congress is promoting in-
nomic Advisers, testified earlier fl'tionarv policies.

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override a presidential Veto.
IRS shuts
down local
(delicatessen
(Continued from Page 1)
informed patrons that busin-.lss
was ended and then changed the
locks on the doors.
The story behind the cl.sings
goes something like this, says
Dennison:

ANDREA: Accept this Valentine and<
please be mine, for then everything
will be fine. Love, Catkins. 15VG
ET, FRANCKO,
You can read it, write it.
Sing it or say it.
Pray for it and wait for it.
Take it. make it.
But only if its real will vou
Ever feel it.l
I love you. -Sweet Pea IOVG i
RAMS: We are happy now.
Stop me who? Nobody!
Love always, Moses.
Your little Butterball.
08VG
POOBAH: what's the scoop? You're
my favorite flavor. Sugar-fox.
BUNNY OF MINE: Please be my
Valentine and cuddle with me in
my dreams-because I love you-
how much? Bunches! -H.B. 05VG

JK: The fog is clearing, love and
kisses. Sue. dVG
SHARI:
May the butterflies of the world
accompany you on your wild horse
as you ride it into the setting sun.
--Love, Rob dVG
PAUL SAVOIE: I want your body
NOW!! Happy Valentine's Day. P.W.
dVG
PUMPKIN: When I was five and
twenty you took my heart away.
Now that I'm sevenyand twenty, my
love still grows day by day. Love,
Bozo and Squeaky. 65VG

Be my Valentine.
After all,
What's a bird to do
Without sunshine ? 64V
TO a Raunchy Female Geologist:
I'm glad you're here
If it were not for you
1 would never have made it
this far.

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rO THE 413 GANG: Love comfor-
teth like sunshine after rain. Love,
the sunshinie M&B. 45VG
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Some one and a half years RR' Since you haven't evem used
' h d -ball ar.nde my present I hope you have a happy
and ice-cream parlor in Bright- V _
on at the request of a long time LAC: Right now the Basset hound
friend. The arcade became a is sad, but by talking to each other,
friendthe dog may smile someday, -JOB.I
haven for teenage drug users 06VGI
and dealers, and he was ftwced
to close. Losing some $40,000 in CHOOCH Wanna Forkm maybe
spoon, if you carrot all-not today,
the process, he was unable to then to knife. Love, Bum Bum.
pay his taxes. 19VG
CUTIE: Better be reddy tonite.
Several present and former Next two JPM you're my favorate
employes have hinted that per- pashion. Love, Your Foxs. 13VG
haps there was more involvrd --

Slim Ptarmigan

63VG

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the surface. Most of the 70 em-
ployes were genuinely shocKed
at the news, however.
Longtime customers were also
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cake with cherries." Another
said she really missed the
"great roast beef sandwi3nes."

Friday, February 14
ay Calendar
CCS: H. Rosenblit, "Pattern Re-
ognition," 2050 Frieze Bldg., 10
mn.
Panhellenic Plant Sale: Union
Ballroom, 10 am-8 pm.
WUOM: Cleveland Amory, found-
er, Fund for Animals; author, Is
an Kind? Our Incredible War on
Wildlife, speaks on preservation of
nimals, 10:10 am.
Educational Media Ctr.: John
eats: His Life and Death, Schor-
ing Aud., SEB, noon.
UM-Dearborn: Wm. Hoyer, Car-
egie Inst., Wash., "Molecular As-
ects of Evolution," 138 Classrm.,
Admin., Dearborn, 3:30 pm.
Botany: G. B Kitto, U. of TX,
Bacterial Enzymes in the Control
of Leukemia," Lec. Rm. 2, MLB,
4 pm.
Int'l Div., I. M. Sports: Barbour
Waterman Gym, 7:30-10:30 pm.
Hockey: UM vs. North Dakota,
ost Ice Arena, 7:30 pm.
PTP: Walker's The River Niger,
ower, 8 pm.
Res. College: Baroque concert,
ammer spinet, R C Aud., E. Quad,
pm.
Int'l Folk Dance: Barbour Gym,
:15 pm.

General Notices:
Att Students: Feb. 21, 1975, 5
pm. is last date for winter term
when Registrar's Ofc. will allow re-
fund for 50 per cent withdrawal.
Career Planning & Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7460
Psychodrama training for Psvrh.
BA's thru U. S. Dept. of HEW,
Wash. D. C. beg. July 1, 12-month
internships with stipend of $6,282
(more if higher degree or exp )
submit Civil Service Form 171 to
Employment Ofe, Psychodrama
Prog., St. Elizabeth's Hosp., Wash.
DC 20032.
Pre-Professional Traineeships, 12-
months, offered by The Devereux
Foundation, Devon, PA, for Psych.
majors; stipends $316/mo plus hotis-
ing & bd.; higher ay for pre-doc-
toral counseling & clinical pslch.
grad students, 12 mo. internships.
Minority students interested in
health career: Harvard offers Slim-
mer Frog., Science or Math training
on job, without charge for rm.,
board, tuition; especially for sophs.
& jrs.; appl. deadline Mar. 1.
Summer Placement Service
3200 SAB, 763-4117
Youth Conservation Corps, Lan-
sing: openings for Camp Dir., En-
vironmental Educ Coord., Activities
Coord.; further details available;
Appl deadline, Feb. 27.

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Center for Near Eastern and North African
Studies, Dept. of Near Eastern Studies and
Program in Comparative Literature
presents
PROF. ARNOLD BAND
Chrmn. of Comparative Literature, UCLA
"An Explication of Agnon's Story:
'The Lady and the Peddler'"
MONDAY, FEB. 17-4:00 P.M.
LEC. RM. 2 MLB
"The HitnrinI Baeckaround of

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