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. Wednesday, April 16, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Wednesday, April 16, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Poge Seven

Senate committee
approves Viet aid

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Xuan Loc, virtually reduced

Q $3.00 .

Committee members s a i d to rubble in a week of savage
their evacuation plan covered fighting, , represents the first
American civilians in Saigon, strongpoint where government
but they added that some South troops have shown a willing-
Vietnamese would be able to ness to fight after abandoning
go along as well. the northern three-fourths of the}
The President would be allow- country last month.
ed to use American troops, if Banners praising the Xuan Loc
necessary, to protect such an defenders fluttered in 3aig-)n,
evacuation, but not for a sep- but the capital remained tensel
arate large-scale rescue of after an artillery and sapper
South Vietnamese. 'attack Tuesday on the Bien Hoa
Meanwhile, S a i g o n govern- air base 15 miles to the north.
ment troops renewed their at- I Sappers detonated an ammuni-
tacks yesterday against North tion dump and blasts from some
Vietnamese positions around the 300 tons of exploding bombs,
battle-leveled provincial capital mines and ammo rocked Sai-'
of Xuan Loc 40 miles east of gon.-

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Saigon.
SAIGON command spokesper-
sons said the new fighting cen-
tered on a small town near
Xuan Loc. They said 32 North
Vietnamese and Southern rebels
were killed in ground fighting
and another 121 by air strikes.
Government casualties were not
listed.

U.S. ARMY Chief of Staff
Frederick Weyand, appearing
with Schlesinger, told the com-
mittee that the insurgents ap-
pear ready to go all out toward
overthrowing the government of
President Thieu.
THE ASSAULT on Saigon
might come within 30 to 60,
days, he told a reporter.

(Continued from Page 6).
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SERIOUS straight grad student
seeking similar apt. mate for fall.
Own room near Law Quad. $125;
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FULL
Apply
530 E.

GRAD STUDENT NEEDED to assist
in editing of honors thesis. Call
665-8962. 86H418
WANT TO EARN up to $100.00?
Work at SGC Election polls for1
$2 HR., April 21-25, 8-4:30 daily.
Apply in 3909 Michigan Union thrul
April 17. 14H417 i
SUMMER CAMP positions for coun-i
selors, specializers in: Art, tennis,.
dance, gymnastics. Call 1-353-6491.1
27H4164

HELP WANTED
FOR COMPLETE information on
summer employment with the Mich-
igan tourist industry, send $2 toI
the Active Employment Information
Services of Michigan. P.O. Box 981
Southfield. Mich. 48075. 26H514

TIME help wanted, day only.
in person at Burger King,
Liberty St., Ann Arbor.
7413420

MISCELLANEOUS
ADVICE on getting UM in-state
residency. Monday. April 21, 7:30{
p.m.. Legal Aid Office, 4310 Mich-
igan Union. 24M420
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
FOR SALE: Girl's 26-in, bike. $15.
665-7866. 632420
LOST AND FOUND
LOST WATCH of Sentimental Val-
uie. Reward. Geraldine Peterson, 663-
5869, 96A418
FOUND-One 1975 B.A. ring, U. of
M. inside band. Contact John Stein-
bach, 500 Catherine St. before 11:00
a.m. dA418
FOUND: black key case. 8 keys: 1
key says subaru. 764-7324. 662-4681.
dA416
PERSONAL

SENSITIVITY--I
Gestalt awareness workshop for men
and women of all ages. People 25-!
27. Bob and Margaret Blood, 769-
0046. 78F420
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating
j COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
RESERVE an appointment and
learn the facts about diamonds so
your engagement ring purchase will
be worth your while and a unique
experience. Austin Diamond, 12091
S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
QUALITY DUPLICATING & OFFSE'I

Fast Copy Service-Low
THE COPY MI

Prices
ILL

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sales in Ann Arbor. Find out why.
Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University,
663-7151. cFtc
'BOARD EXAM TUTORING
S I ANLEY H. KAPLAN
UTORING COURSES
En oll now to prepare for upcoming
NICA'1 * DAT * LSAT * GRE'!
ATGSB board exams. For inform
tion call: (313) 354-0085. cFtc
TOURNAMENT - Pinball, Foosball,
State Championship.
Inquire atj
CAMPUS PINBALL
1217 South University
cFtc
WOMEN'S GESTALT WEEKEND.
April 18-20. For details, call Ann,
994-3622 or Rosemary, 662-5395.
53F417
ARE YOU AN ARTIST (of any
sort) driven to your craft like an
alcoholic to the bottle? Do you have
a larme dose of creative craziness in
your personality? Then, you're the
woman I want to meet. Mail name
and phone to Daily Box No. 1.
03F420

WORK STUDY RECIPIENTS-Posi-
tions available as teacher aids in FUTURE CPA's learn how to prepare
open alternate school for Spring and for the CPA exam. Becker CPA RE-
Summer. Call 769-4511. 62H420 VIEW COURSE. Call collect. 313-
AE n- 255-7576. 36F417}
ALASKA PIPELINE BOOM! Infor-

Judge delays ruling
on, mayoral results

mation on construction and non-
construction jobs in Alaska and on
the pipeline-wages, addresses, qua -
lifications-the true story from Ala-
ska. $5.00. Denal Information Serv-
ice, Box 1763, Anchorage, AK.99510.
98H422
CREATIVE babysitter for May and
JTune. $2!hr. 4 days/wk. 8 hrs. a day.
Call after 5, 761-8477. 02H417J
FOR SALE
MX KIT-incl. Husky 250-CR, Ford
Van, 769-3856. 82B419
TV/RADIO/STEREO for sale. High-
cst offer over $40. Call 663-1656.
54B418
MOBIL.E HOME -- 1972 Fairmont.

STILL a very special game at a
very special place. * Billiards at
the Union. cF416
We have got to be great.
* UM Stylists at the Union
cl'416
PAPERS
NOTES
THESES
FLIERS
COPIED
WHILE-U-WAIT
High Quality at
LOW Cost.
T I-ECOPYM l l

211 B. S. State 662-3969
Campus (near Gino;)
BOWLING at 50c per game
Michigan Union Lanes
cF416
EXTRA CARE IN COPYING
OtF SET PRESS-CAMERA WORKj
PARKMAN PRINTING
157 E. Hoover St. 761-4391
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NEXT
COMES SUMMER
CENTER
FOREIGN
STUDY
Still has openings
summer academic
year abroad
Applications
Accepted Now

11517,. DISCOUNT on all
rations at the village
1112 S. University.

acne prepa-
Apothecary.
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APPLICATIONS
ACCEPTED NOW

EUROPE

'75'

(Continued from Page 1) torneys
SECOND was Forsyth and requeste
then Kenney, both explaining to the sea
the court why they didn't cer- until sui
tify. It was brought out by At- acts ont
torney Downs that Forsythe may "It is
have been swayed in her de- Mr. W
cision not to certify by Robert fice," H
Henry, city councilman (R- motion.
Third Ward) and attorney rep- _
resenting Stephenson in the
case. Kenney also cited "irregu-1 O
larities" in 13 ballot boxes-3
boxes that were found :ther!
unsealed, improperly sealed or'
found "insecure" by election
officials during counting pro-
cedures last week.
Last to appear in behalf of the Se V
Democrats was Theodore Beals,
one of the two Democrats on tC
the Board of Canvassers. Beals it seem
testified to procedural matters that St
and said that the ballot boxes Mayor,'
in question by the Republicans "We
were not tampered with because ple (Co
the bags inside, which contain (R-Fifth
the ballots themselves, didn't are per
have their seals broken or tam- the ac
pered with. think it
Judge Fleming then declared, for Step
"Gentlemen, you have laid a lot voting,<
of law on me today-I want you open to
to file briefs to me by 12:00,1 Counc
noon on Friday." Weider'
"THERE IS no opportunity "That (
for this court to take this up present
before then," he added. submitt
Upon this decision, the at- ruled to
keep hi
Visitin
R'ebeing yes
craticp
Stephen
seat.
P tp pFollow
and ie
man Jo
council,
few ite
attack ye:
immedic
(Continued from Page 1) cause of
other major fuel depots. on coon
The embassy spokesperson ever, r
said American aircraft were'the Rep
dropping supplies into Pochen-: ed.
tong airport and making "touch IN '
and go" landings at an emer- Murray
gency airfield two miles south a propo
of Pochentong. 76, whit
There was no shortage of food but not
or ammunition, he said. The pi
HE said refugees who fled the city
into Phnom Penh along the air- tal of $1
port road yesterday came from $17,267,2
a village west of the airport an incre
which was taking the brunt of Counc
the insurgent thrust from the tion oft
west. visionsi

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representing Wheeler
ed the Court to d-clare FALL: Male roommate needed to
t of mayor be vacant," share modern luxury 2-man apt, on
Delh times as the Court! N.C near buts. Own bedroom and
h bathroom. 8 month lease. $135/mo.
the two seats. 662-7743. 33Y422
s not our intent to bar -_-- .

heeler from taking of- NEED ONE WOMAN for fall, share 12x50, 2-bdrm., kitchen appliances
H replied toD Iown's room in house on beautiful Forest and other extras. Excellent access
enry Court. 761-0961. dY418 to UM. $4500 or best offer. 461-1203.

uncil
ff Vc
mtber's
ofrn In
ontinued from Page 1)
s entirely inappropriate
ephenson should sit as
" said Weider.
have nine council peo-
uncilman Louis Belcher
Ward) was absent) who
fectly able to carry on
tivities tonight, and I
would be only proper
phenson to refrain from
and leave the activities
council," he concluded.
oilman Henry refuted
s suggestion, asserting,1
the issue of Stephenson's
status as Mayor) was
ed to a judge and he has
o let Mayor Stephenson
s seat now.";
ig Judge James Flem-F
,sterday refused Demo-
party's request to have
son vacate the Mayors'
wing Weider's address
enry's reply, Councilwo-
ones moved to defer allI
action, except for those
ms City Administrator1
er Murray regarded as!
ately important, be-
f the present instability
ncil. The motion, how-
eceived no support from
ublicans and was defeat-
OTHER council action,I
presented council with
sed city budget for 1975-
ch he termed "adequate
superior."
proposed budget balances
y's general fund ata to-
18,165,930 as compared to
200 for 1974-75, totaling
ease of 5.2 per cent.
cil will not vote on adop-
the budget or budget re-
until May 12.

1 or 2 ROOMMATES needed for Ige.
2-bedroom apartment for May-Aug. FOR SALE-5 ft. 3" refrigerator.
Would have own bedroom. Call 761- Excellent condition. $55. Call 665-
6606. 48Y418 5423. 07B417

211 B So. State EURO PE '75
(near GI NO'S) e FRANCE@" SPAIN@r
662-3969 0 VIENNA 0ITALY 0
cFtc 0 AFRICA "GENEVA@0
Baha'i Books in Border's Books LANGUAGE ART THEATRE
cFtc FILM COOKING DANCE

FALL: female grad, to share 2-
bdrm mod..furn., apt. near cam-
pus. Split $225/mo. Donna, 769-7587,
6-1, p.m. 43Y418
1-3 MALES, May-Aug. Spacious, 2-
bedroom apt. Great location, near
med center and central campus.
A/'C. Cheap! 665-2256. 39X420
TWO WOMEN needed to complete
1-bedroom of summer sublet. Com-
fortable apartment, house on Oak-
land. Details, call 665-0309. 83Y418
WANTED: 1 male to fill our cooper-
ative coed house for fall. Good lo-
cation, good people. $80/mo. Call
665-7941 or 663-6109. 75Y420
FALL: female needed to complete
6-man apartment. Call 764-7912.
86Y418
CONGENIAL Housemates wanted for
cooperative, coed house near Burns
Park, own room. Prefer people over
22. 769-2350. 84Y420
ONE FEMALE non-smoker wanted
for next fall. Huge, 2-bedroom, 4-
person apartment. 761-2209 OOY417
TICKETS
WANTED URGENTLY-tickets for
commencement exercises. Call Mark,
769-4472. 44Q417
DESPERATE for graduation tickets.
Please call 663-5161 persistently.
69Q420
WANTED-Graduation tickets. Will
pay. 665-5687. 74Q417
WILL PAY for Graduation Tickets.
Call Anyone at 994-0411. 88Q420
TRANSPORTATION
.. ®... ..... . .
U.S. DIVERS WETSUIT for sale. Me-
dium. Call evenings, 663-9636.
95G420
RENT ME
new VW's
$5.00 a day 10c a mile
Pickup and Delivery available
RENTABEETLE 994-9300
ctc

FOR SALE-Black and white Tele-
vision, 9 in. screen. Call 764-7718.
dB417
GE Black and White, 12"x15" TV wI
stand. Works perfectly. After 5 p.n.
Jil, 663-9754. 68B417
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
MARTIN SALE now in progress}
Get yours now at a discount price
before next increase. Apollo Music
Center, 323 S. Main. cXtc

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BUMPER STICKERS cus
.chile-U-wait! MBL PI
Prospect. Ann Arbor, 76
WEDDING INVITATIONS
traditional. Call 761-094
ARBOR INSTt
PRINTING

LUDWIG 4 pe. drum set with Zild- 214 S. 4th Ave. '
Tian cymbals. 769-1400. exte

tom printed For new '75 program catalog
RESS, 1217 and application
1-0942. cFtr Contac t
S - Mod. or
12 anytime. CENTER
FOREIGN STUDYI
ANT 216 So. State St.
G (Above Marti-Walker)
994-4664 662-5575
cFtc _F420
THER? "LADIES" NIGHT-Women admit-
d flairs at ted free every Wednesday at Chances3
SHOP Are. 994-5350. cFtc I
ongs to ihe PASSPORT PICTURES taken at the
S. Univer- Daily, Wednesday from 6-7 p.m.
cFtc 1F416
bands, and COMPLETE Prophylactic depart-
says thanks ment at the Village Apothecary,
cF4l7 1112 S. University. cFtcj

* Africa * Geneva*
" France * Spain 9
" Vienna * Italy e
contact
CENTER
FOREIGN
STUDY
216 So. State St.
(Above Marti-Walker)
662-5575
cF419
UPTIGHT? Use Whirlpool. Profes-
sionally Trained Angela Massages
Muscles. Exclusive. Inexpensive.
971-6867, 971-1489 cFtc
INTIMACY AND INDEPENDENCE-
A WORKSHOP FOR COUPLES, April
18-20, Bob and Margaret Blood, 769-
0046. OF416
LOST-A Jhan wedding band? Con-
tact Daily for her new address in
Vancouver. cF422
ATTENTION STUDENTS - Several
Art courses have been made avail-
able for the Fall, including Art 101,
102, 103, 104 and History of Photog-
raphy (Art 112), a new course.
REGISTER NOW
j 18F418

MARANTZ 2220 receiver. 20 Watts/
channel, superb condition. Best
offer; must sell, 665-0567, evenings.
02X419
GUITARS, New and Used. Steel
string and Classical. Lessons. Re-
pairs. 65-7348 or 429-9241. cXtc
WANTED TO BUY
MOVING? Will pay cash for tour
plants. Call 665-2307. 01K418
BUSINESS SERVICES
FAST, accurate typing. 973-2776.
31J420
IBM COPIES, Typing, Editing, Cas-
sette Transcriptions-by Jean Whip-
pie. 812 S. State St., 994-3594.
cJtc
TASK
Superior secretarial service, expert
IMS typing. editing, 15 years exper-
ience. Quality printing. Satisfacion
guaranteed. 761-4146. 86J420
TYPING DONE in my home. Doc-
torral dissertations, technical, medi-
cal, and legal papers, resumes, 7
years experience. IBM Selectrix.
Call Jeannette, 971-2463 after 5:30
pin. cJtc
TYPING and EDITING. Call Jean,
994-3594, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. 812 South
State. .cJtc
TUTORING, EE, Statistics, Math,
Computers. Cali Walt, 994-3594. catc

WHY WALK FART
Get your Levi's ciffe(
WILD'S VARSIrY
U's only drug store belt
Village Apothecary, 1112
sityv.
5 YEARS, 538 wedding
2 degrees later, Jhans
and farewell.

Read and Use
Daily Clcssifieds

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If "Early American Orange Crate"
is what you find in other apartments,
see us. Our apartments are FULLY
furnished. Come on over and check
us out.

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There is no need to drog your laun-
dry down the street, when you live
at University Towers Apts. There is
a complete Laundromat in the build-
ing. OPEN 24 hours a day.

You read about it every day in the
papers . . . a place is burglarized or
someone gets mugged in broad dov-
liaht We're doinq somethinq to pre-
vent this from hopenin to our resi-
dents by orovidinq 24-hour security.

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The on-campus. off-campus question.
University Towers Apartments pro-
vides the answer - Apartments 2
blocks from the Dio'.i. right next door
to everythinci.
SI o
'e'2'-4-

EIGHT GREAT
REASONS
TO LIVE AT
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
APTS.
536 S. Forest-761-2680
Models Open
(FOR MORE GREAT
REASONS, CALL US
OR STOP BY)
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1-JIROKO YAJIMA
VIOLINIST
In concert with
EMU Symphony Orchestra'
APRIL 17
Eastern Michigan University's

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...buy this mummy bag and
save enough
For about the same money to get this
you'd pay for a 2-pound
goose down mummy bag, 0 *1 2-man
you can have the Stag
Model 9814 Blue Ridge mountain
mummy and have enough
left over to buy the Stag tent

Universitv Towers offers more than
iust a place to live. Everyone has to
relax at times. That is why, we have
thincas like FREE movies, pincg ponq
tables and a piano room.
r- n
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".fir~~

Arctic Circle 2-man trail
tent. The secret is the Du-
Pont DacronO Fiberfill11 in-
sulation that's nearly as
warm as down, but much
less costly. The 9814 has 3
pounds of Fiberfill 11, Delrin*
zipper, ripstop nylon cover,
raised foot nocket. draw-

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