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Wednesday, April 17, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Wednesday, April 17, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Daily Classifieds

PERSONAL

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TON IGHT
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
ON TM

UFW ends boycott of stores
to obtain AFL-CIO support

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ROOM AND BOARD
PRIVATE, furnished 1 rm. apt. w/bath,
near town. In country setting. Avail-
able for industrious, serious student.
In exchange for 4 hrs, daily house-
hold & light yard work. 4 p.m.-8
p.m,, 5 days per week. Cooking not
required, evening meal provided, bus'
trans. available to town. Any inter-
ested student may apply. Prefer
someone to take position for at least
1 yr. Write: Apt, lessor 700, City Cen-
ter Bldg. Ann Arbor. 48108. 38E19
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED: Dylan concert tape. Others
in trade. 971-5109 mornings. 24M419
Red Zinger
TYPING term papets, theses, etc. Will;
proofread and edit grammrar, etc. Also'
keypunch *formnat, prices vary with
difficulty. Call 769-3348 or 662-5388
evenings IN cMtc
FOR- SALE
DESK, DRESSER, CHAIRS: For Sale.
Call Robin 761-8673. 15B419
1963 FORD VAN. Already Interior Dec-
orated. $500. Call Pete, 769-6268.
13B4191
EVERYTHING, s-f books, rag records,
bousoukee; hibatchi, bike, blender,
pots pans, 761-3674. 12B17j
DRAFTED by Air Force - Must sell:
Mustang II Ghia-Green White Lux.
interior. Only 300 ml. Good mileaget
downhill. $2,000. 761-5654. Drew.
18B418
SMITH-CORONA Electric Typewriter
With automatic return $100; Cocoon-
style cold-weather sleeping bag, $13;
2 pairs brown bamboo curtains, $6
each. Call 668-7631. 96B18
MOVING SALE-whole furnished house
of furniture ,etc. must go cheap. Call
663-8457. 00B19

PHOTO SUPPLIES

PHOTOGRAPHIC DARKROOM SPACE
available -- professionally equipped,I
chemicals supplied, instructor avail-
able for advice and special lesson.j
663-2047 information. 45D19
TICKETS
"If I were your woman"
"Heard it through the grapevine"
"Friendship -rain
"Every Little Bit Hurts"
"You're the best thing"
Grammy Award Winners 1973
Best R&B grouo year a
1973 Billboard Mag.
Glads
Kight'
and the Pips
also
The Persuasions
(a capella)
fine seats, all priceC,
still avail, at Union 11-5:30
or at door
6:30 D.m. on.
$5.50 4.,5n %3.50

For thousands o fyears men have
speculated about the nature of hu-
man consciousness. Only within the
last 50 years, however, have scientists
gained the technical abilit yto de-
scribe the physiological and biochem-
ical correlates of states o fconscious-
ness. This ability has enabled them
better to understand the processes
and the neural structurs which un-
derlie these stats , . . Dr. Keith Wal-
lace. Call 761-8255.' Lecture: Wed.,
April 17. Mich. League Room D & E,
8:00 p.m. cFtc
The Hell with

By STEPHEN HERSH
In a move to gain the support
of the AFL-CIO, United Farmwork-
ers (UFW) have dropped their sec-
ondary boycott which called. for
consumers not to shop at stores
which stock Teamster grapes and
lettuce.
They will continue to picket
stores to urge customers to sup-
port the primary boycott by not
buying Teamster products.
In a bargaining session last
Be careful with fire:
There are babes
in the woods.

week, UFW leader Cesar Chavez
agreed to discontinue his union's
secondary boycott in return for
AFL - CIO President George
Meany's assurance that' his union
would support the UFW in its fight
against the teamsters.k
THE ALLIANCE may prove use-
ful to the UFW, because the AFL-
CIO could provide the union with
vital nationwide picket line and
financial support.
"Technically," said Beth Brun-
ton, coordinator of the city's UFW
group, "we're not carrying on the
secondary boycott any more. But,

we're still not ourselves shopping
at the stores that stock Teamster
products."
Because primary boycott picket-
ing will require only a few demon-
strators at each of the Wrigley
Supermarkets that are boycotted
weekly by the Michigan UFW,
state union officials will not have
to decide whether to defy a re-
cent Oakland County Circuit Court
ruling that permits only eight Pic-
keters at a time on the store
grounds. The ruling permits an un-
limited number of demonstrators
on public sidewalks adjacent to
the stores.

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Info: 763-4553 763-1109
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS

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PHILLIPS 308 TURNTABLE. SEMI-
AUTO Belt-Driven. GRATO F3-E
Cartridge. Walnut base. $90. 994-4872.
82X19
EPI 100 Speakers, like new, $130. Jer-
rold PA amp. $25. Irish 241 Recording
Tape, used, bulk erased. Cheap. 665-
5276. 86X419
REPAIR WORK NEEDED for Dynaco
amp (SCA-80) nreferably by someone

FOR'SALE: Almost new 8' by 11' green who has built them. Ken, 761-0552 or
shag rug. Price negotiable. Call 764- 665-0825. dX419
6900. dB419 6-0.25-. ..
SONY TAPECORDER TC377. Perfect
TV (12" portable); UNDERWATER condition. $310. Call 763-6322 betw. 6-
WET SUIT (small); FULL, TWO k- 6:30. 92X19
MOTORCYCLE HELMETS, OVERSIZE 6_9
MIRROR. OARS, COT. Bargains, some SONY HP-580. Has dual turntable, AM-
new. 663-9842 especially dinnertime. . FM. Great sound. $250. 761-2271.
57818 0X49
ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER for sale. It's ~
in great condition and avail. at a ALTEC BOLERO SPEAKERS $225.00.
reasonable price. Call .437-0149. dB19 J.V.C. 5551 Receiver 50/50'continuous
$250.00; Akai GXC 38D Cassette Deck
HEATHKIT bass amp, repair manual 1125.00: Sansui 5000A Receiver $200.00.
included $150. 5 cubic foot refrigera- 663-3342. 52X17
tor. excellent condition $85. Call :Dave
764-4823. n $ 06B419 FOR SALE: 1973 Fender Rhodes Electric
Piano. Great condition. Also, pre-j
OLSEN AM-FM 60 watt stereo receiver CBS Fender Bandmaster, Amp top.
$75. 1 pair ITT 15" speakers $70. 769- 663-0681. dX17
4762. 05B17 ~-- ~ --~...-
GIBSON flat top guitar. 1 year old.
LIVE ALMOST RENT FREE Good price. Apollo Music Center.
$3000 down on this Burns Park du- 769-1400. cXtc
plex. Two one bedroom units. Walk
to campus and shopping. Cornell- SMALL UPRIGHT PIANO by Vose &
Morris Co., 769-9288 Evenings, 668- Sons. Good condition and tuned.
8968. 16B18 Must sell now. Apollo Music Center,
769-1400. cXtc

Play Pool at the
Michigan Union
cF419
FUTURE CPA's. Learn how to prepareI
for the CPA Exam. BECKER CPA,
REVIEW COURSE. Call collect: (313)
864-0128. 08F419
TRAVELERS: Experience a foreign cul-
ture before you go! Cross Cultural
Simulation Game. INTERNATIONAL
CENTER, Michigan Union Bldg.
(Madison St. Entrance) 7:30-9:30 Wed.
April 17th. 15F17
INDEPENDENT investigation of Truth.
Baha'i Faith. 764-9868. Informal ex-
planations and discussions whenever
you like. 19F511
WANTED. 400 well-wishers to invest
more or less 50.00 each to make Da-
vid's Books the best, cheapest (25%
off) and one of the biggest A.A.
Bookstores. Excellent terms. 209 s.
State. 663-8441. 28F19
SUE. Martin, and Colleen Piszczalsk
call Carla immediately, if not sooner,
769-3942. dF19
EVERY DAY is RING DAY at the Mi-
chigan Union. See our display of class
rings at the concession stand on the
first',floor. eFtc
FOUR COUPLES TO ENRICH THEIR
PARTNERSHIPS. Weekend Experien-
tial Workshop, April 19-21. Call Bob
or Margaret Blood, 769-0046. 71F18
THE COPY MILL
211 B. S. State: 662-3969
FOR QUALITY COPIES AND OFFSET
SEPARATED? DIVORCED? Searching
for a way forward? Join 10 men and
women in a sharing supportive work-
shop, May 3-5. Call Bob or Margaret
Blood, 769-0046. 93F19
Open Regular Hours
During Exam & Break
Michigan Union
cFl 9
TONIGHT
SCIENCF nF CREAT'VF
INTELLIGENCF
We can find art in nature, and
through art and the open mind we
can make the step to the whole truth
that we are searching for throughout
our lives and through education,
through meditation. All the events of
nature are inside of you. When you
close your eyes you can still see, and
if you close your ears you can still
hear. You are dominant, you are the
master, but you must be the master
o fyourself . . . Roman Vishniac.
Lecture: .Wed., Apr11. 17th, IUch.
League Room D & E, 8:00 p.m. ctc
GRAD COFFEE HOUR returns Wed.
nights, 4th floor Rackham. Try it.
cFtc
TYPING-769-2645. anytime. cFtc
NOT SURE WHAT TO DO NEXT? Life-
Planning Workshop on reassessing
priorities, April 26-28. Bob or Margar-
et Blood, 769-0046. 92F19
BUMPER STICKERS custom printe
while'-U-wat! MBL Press, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942. cFtc
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod, or tra-
ditional style. Call 761-0942 antime.
YOU TWO can choose your wedding in-
vitations and accessories in private
end at your convenience. Samples de-
livered. Finest quality at best prices.
Call 769-6815 during morning hours.
F
OWN ROOM in House near campus and
hospitals. Parking. May-May lease.
Call 761-6939. 62Y16
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollments now being accepted foi
S. H. KAPLAN tutoring courses to
prepare for the upcoming M.C A.T.,
D.A.T., and L.S.A.T. Board Exams.
Call (313) 354-0085. cFtc
Why buy mass produced WEDDING
RINGS? Have your own personal de-
sign mpade by Jhan. 769-7550. cFtc
TON IGHT
LECTURE ON TM
Clearly, Transcendental Meditation is
a major scientific discovery. The pra-
practice Itself is unique and its ef-
fects seem to be unprecedented in
their range and profundity. The sci-
at 8 p.m in the Faculty Club lounge;
Michigan Union. cF17
Thinking about the
NEXT STEPS
in YOUR LIFE?
Come to Personal Planning Workshops.

April 27-28 or May 3-5. Call 761-2274.
For more information leave name and
address 83F19
XEROX AND OFFSET

BULLARD ACTION NOW GROUP presents:
DEEP'
THROAT
(black and white)
MOVIE TIMES:

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AP Photo
SIhootout with CBS
Former rodeo star Victor DeCosta has bucked the Central Broad-
casting System (CBS). DeCosta won a court ruling stating that
CBS modeled a populayr TV western "Have Gun Will Travel" after
a fictitious pioneer hero "Paladin" DeCosta invented 11 years
before "Gun" aired.
USSR attacks 'partial
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6:45, 8:30, 10:15 p.m.
NAT. SC1. AUDITORIUM
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Thurs. 1-5
Fri. 10-3

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said Arab delegations were still
tryirg to draft a resolution con-
demning Israel.
MALIK SAD Bre hnev criticied
oprtial agreements at a dinner for
Syrian President lHafez Assad in
Mos:ow last Thrsday. He quoted
Bre".hnev as saving that "against
the backgrfvnd of a certain redwe-
tion ii tesion, the aggressor and
his nrotector can once again avoid
a radical, ll-embricing situation
to tie br )bleam" unless a general'

settlement is reached.
Kissinger has negotiated disen-
gagement agreements between Is-
rael and Egypt and is trying to do
the same between Israel and Syria
on the Golan front. Both Israel and
the Arabs have welcomed Kis-
singer's help. The Soviet Union
has not been involved in any of
these negotiations.
Earlier Malik told the United
States to stop using its veto power
to block council action against Is-
rael "for aggressive crimes."

$1.50

ROOMMATES
ON SALE! Limited supply! Own bdrm.
in 2-bdrm, apt. Huge airy living room,
furnished, etc. only $75/mo.1 Open
May 1, Dave, 994-0363. dY416
2 MEN to live in 8 person, co-ed house.
Liberal. interesting, fun. Call John.
761-4338. dY419
MAY-AUGUST $50/month, male room-
mate needed. A/C, free parking. 665-
2872. Call persistently. 31Y419
OWN ROOM in house near campus
and hospitals. Parking. May-May
lease. Call 761-6939. 62Y1S
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR 2-1
MAN APT. MAY-AUGUST. HILL-
PACKARD AREA. 88-7569 PERSIS-
TENTLY. BARGAIN. 97Y19
OWN ROOM FOR FEMALE in modern
2-bedroom apt. A/C, dishwasher. Call
after 6;00. 665-7654. 89Y419
MEET NEW PEOPLE THIS SUMMER:
one female needed for 4-man, 2-
bdrm. apt. in house. Great location.
CHEAP. CALL SUE. 665-2410.' 92Y419
FEMALE NEEDED to sublet in a bi-
level 3-girl apt. Near Diag. 763-6779,
95Y18
SUMMER ROOMMATES: two needed to'
live in large furnished apartment.
Spring and summer terms. Call 994-
0380. dY419
NEED ONE MALE for summer sublet.
Located close to campus. Call. 668-
8194. 33Y19
MALE OR FEMALE GRAD. Spacious,
peaceful apt. May thru August. Call
Cindy 663-3844. 31Y418
2ND MAN in larger bedrm. of 2 bedr,
3-man apt thru Aug. A/C, fully car-
peted, quiet neighborhood. Price neg.
769-6185, after 5. 63Y19
SIX BEDROOM unfurnished house
needs two roommates. Summer, pos-
sible fall option. 763-6534, 741 Pack-
ard. 21Y19
FEMALE ROOMMATE(s) needed for ?x
of nice, large two-bedroom apt.
across from. Law Quad. Fall option
on apt. 763-6043, 38Y19
DENTAL 'STUDENT has 1 bedroom'
avail-Fall. 1 or 2 roommates 994-
0369. Good location. 49Y19
1 NEEDED for 4-woman apt. May-Aug.
on campus. A/C. free parking. Sun-
deck. Call 663-0828. cYl9
TWO FEMALES NEEDED desperately
for fall-winter. On campus, modern.
bi-level apt. $84/mo. Call Lynn, Joan.
994-0224: 95Y17
UNFURNISHED ROOM, May-August.
Rent negotiable. Fall option. 662-9260.
32Y419
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted immedi-
ately. 2-bdrms. Own room. No lease.
994-0779 after 4:30 or weekends. 74Y19
WANTED - For Fall - Female to fill
single room in house w/4 other peo-
ple. W/stipulations. Burns Park area.
Call 769-7341. Call persistently. 77Y19
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for 2-
person, 2-bedroom, A/C apartment.
Packard and Hill. $75/mo. 769-0981.
dY17
STREAKER T-SHIRTS (I'd rather Be
Streaking). $3.90 plus 60c postage.
Send cas certified check or money
order to Box 120 Michigan Daily.
State size S ,M, L, XL. 61F18
ROOMMATE NEEDED May-August -

RENT A GUITAR. Why Buy? Lessons'
available to-boot! Your quality music
store, Apollo Music Center, 769-1400
c Xtc
BUSINESS SERVICES
WEDDING RINGSI
original jewelry
Than 769-7550
cJ414j
HERB TEAS have been used for thous-
ands of years throughout the world.
EnJoy the culture of the continents.
24 herbs in one package from Celes-
tial Seasonings. Health food tores
have it. Mo's 24 Herb Tea. cJ19
TYPING-ONE DAY SERVICE: Aposto-
leris Associates. 665-5225. 57J19
TYPING and EDITING. Call Jean, 944-
1 54, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. cJtc,
MOVING SERVICE, 769-2645.
cJtc
TYPING-769-2645, anytime. cJte
The ANN ARBOR SCHOOL OF
CREATIVE MUSIC
Private instruction on all instru-
ments-jazz and classical techniques
-mnodern theory and harmony-coin-
position-weekly jazz warkshop-ar-
tistic spiritual guidance. For inter-.
view appointment call Prof. Curtis
662-8281. 72J19
PERSONAL
TONIGHT}
TM AND THE SPORTS WORLD
Four members of the Jets including
Joe Namath, are into Transcendental
Meditation. About half a dozen more
are considering it. Bob Svihus, the of-1
fensive left tackle, says the long
range effect could be to make the
meditatorsbetter football players, be-
cause Transcendental Meditation re-
lieves stress, and stress causes poor
performance . . . New York Post.
ICall 761-8255. Lecture: Wed., April
17th, Mich. League, Room D & E, 8:00
p.m. cF17
TONITE
TRANSCEN DENTAL
MEDITATION

COME ON DOWN,..
see . ,iU5
on the air--LIVE!
Broadcasting from THE
SCENE at 341 So. Main
S t r e e t, downtown Ann
Arbor
See - J.L. "Lighting" Hen-
dricks and Bill Champion, plus
other favorites like: "Ludio on
the Radio."
Free Albums-Free Posters
Many Give-a-Ways Galore!
The BEST Music-
all night long
Listen to the action on 650 AM in your dorm, and COME ON DOWN
341 S. MAIN ST. ANN ARBOR 769-5960

Why is this girl
Smiling?
Last year at this time Joan wasn't
smiling. She was flunking out of
college and didn't know where to
turn. And the worst part was that
she really wanted to earn a college
degree and she knew that she was
capable.
Thomas More College gave Joan a
Second Chance. We have a special
summer program designed just for
students like Joan ... underachieving
students who have experienced serious
academic difficulty or even failure.
It's an intense program of study, test-
ing, and counseling conducted by a
specially-trained staff. And the goal
of the program is the student's re-
moval from probation or his or her
readmission to college.
Joan is a product of Operation Second
Chance. She came through with fly-
ing colors and will graduate on sched-
ule. No wonder she's smiling.
SECOND CHANCE
JUNE 17 - JULY 26, 1974
BOB BROWN
THOMAS MORE COLLEGE
Box 85 - Fort Mitchell, Kentucky 41017
(in Metropoitan Cincinnati)
or call: (606) 341-5800,7 ext. 10

For details, write:
The program is adaptable to veterans.

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eyes closed. During this time the 1217 S. University 769-0560
mind experiences subtler 'states of -- - - - -
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and full of vitality. Scientists have
dcescribed the deep rest gained during MELLOWED-EASE-Music for wed-t
T.M. as a unique state of restful dings, parties, etc. All styles, includ-
alertness" indicative of a 4th major ing 50's, R&R. 761-8296 evenings.
state of consciousness as natural to
man as the other 3 physiological de-
fined states-wakefullness, dreaming,
and . deep sleep. Those practicing {I B L
Transcendental Meditation report this
state of restful alertness profoundly A
refreshing both physically and men-
tally, Accumulated tension and fa- U I E ST
tigue whic hinder effes n a t fun- S. UN I VERS ITY
tioning of the nervous system are dis- cFtce
solved in a natural way; the result
is increased energy and developed SKI SEMESTER END in the Canadian
creative intelligence, mor innr sta- Rockies. Call Brad, 449-2668 or Hidi

GLADYS
KNIGHT
and
The PIPS
The Persuasions
(a Capella)
The Soulful Soulmates

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. A -Mountain Shop
in Ann Arbor
Mountain Bivouac in Nickels Arcade.
Packs for Backpacking
Packs for Climbing &
Mountaineering
Packs for Bicycling
Packs for European &
General Truck'n
PACKS by: Mountain Master, Trailwise, Universal, Camp Trails,
Chouinard, Forest Mountaineering, Cammondale and others.
Also a wide selection of the finest
Sleeping Bags, Tents, Hiking Boots,
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This THURSDAY NIGHT, APRIL 18
CRISLER ARENA-8 p.m.

$5.50

$4.50

$3.50

in advance at the U of M Union 11 -5:30 daily or at the
door from 6:00 on. Fine seats still avail.

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