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Uncontracted Classified Rates

Man's watch found on N. Division St. Call 662-
6257 to identify. dA124

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-Baits female triple
suite, double room. 668-8493. 04C121
HOUSES NEAR CAMPUS_
One 6 bedroom, house furnishings negotiable. I furn.
8 bedroom house. Both in excellent condition with
good appliances and fireplace. May lease for respon-
sible grouns .769-i4. 510122

URGENT: Girl needed to share room in furnished
3-girl apt. U Towers. $320 total, now thru April
30, '78. Call after 5 p.m., 994-5745. 21C125
Available immediately: Furnished i bedroom apt,
2 blocks from campus. Biggest shower in town.
$200/mo. 663-9875, eves. 12C127
FURNISHED MODERN EFFICIENCY
Very close to campus with full kitchen, balcony,
and laundry facilities. $215/mo. immediate occu-
pancy. Call 769-8520. 15C127
FURNISHED SINGLE in house basement two blocks
from campus, $60/mo. Call Sharon 662-3766. 17C125
OWN ROOM in 3 bedroom apartment, furnished.
Two minutes to campus. Parking. Rent free til
Feb. Save $5.663-0831. 08C124
TWO BEDROOM, mod., furnished, bi-level. AC,
parking. 994-5275. May to May or sublet. 99C126
Two male boarders needed at a fraternity. Call
Rob, 663-7364. dC121
ROOM IN HOUSE AFTER Feb. 1, $85/mo., vege-
table garden. 665-4635. 51C126
Female-Own room in large apartment on E. Jef-
ferson. $85. Call Felicia, 668-6402. 97C121
Two single rooms, five person cooperative house
thru August, Fall option. Margy, Kris, 994-0651.
99C118
Studio/Workshop Spaces Cheap. Small to large;
heat, elect. included. Vehicle entrance. Downtown
location. Call West Side Work Space 994-4241. 72C129
OWN ROOM in 3 bedroom house near Burns Park.
Available now. No pets. $140/mo. 668-8709. 67C122
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. One bedroom unfur-
nished apt. near campus. Parking. Quiet modern
building.662-7787. cCtc
FURNISHED five-bedroom, bath-and-a half house
on campus. Fall occupancy. Parking. Campus
Management, Inc., 663-4101. cCtc
GEDDES-OBSERVATORIY AREA
2-Bedroom Modern Apartments
3 or 4 person, Furnished
Parking, Fall Occupancy
Fall listings of smaller apts. in older campus
homes are also now available. I

FRIENUS INTERNATIONAL CO-OP-One room
and board space for woman available Jan. 25.
International home cooking, fireplace, primarily
grad students. 1416 Hill St. 761-7435. 24E126
PEOPLE PLACES: Student Co-ops. Winter open-
ings, North and Central Campus. Share warmth,
work, expenses, fun! Inter-Cooperative Council, 4002
Michigan Union. 662-4414. 40E125
CREATIVE LIVING ENVIRONMENT ideal for stu-
dent. Room, board and small salary in exchange for
some babysitting and housekeeping. Phone 662-0611
weekdays after 4, weekends all day. 98E 127
ROOM AND BOARD in friendly fraternity, $215/
month. Everyone welcome. 665-5740 or 662-4003.
50E122

FEMINIST COUNSELING:
Individual and Groups, men and women. Tapes-
try-certified social workers. Call 668-8777. Assert-
iveness training, women's sexuality groups avail-
able. 10F128
N(?)JW: All accommodations have free period and
90 day warranty. Best deal in AA. Try it. You'll
like it. Complete applications at Box 2. 25F121
RICE GODDESSES FROM BALI, bamboo-Anh
Kung, Mirrorwork Musician-Thailand, fettish dolls
-Africa, T'Boli combs-Philippines, and more exot-
ica-Rgduced during our January sale. EXHIBIT
MUSIUM GIFT SHOP, Mon.-Fri. 10-4:30, Sat. &
Sun. 1-5, Natural Science Museums Building, N. Uni-
versity and Geddes. 27F127
TO PROTECT YOUR LIPS from winter weather
use ALO LIP SHIELD. Available at the Village
Apothecary, 1112S. University. cF121
Monday is the holiday of TREEDOM-TU-B'SHVAT
-Come to the Fishbowl and plant a tree in Israel,
Monday, 10a.m. to2p.m. cF122
IF YOU DIAL (313) 663-5366 TODAY LESBIAN
MOTHER MARGARETH MILLER WILL MEET
YOU ON THE OTHER END OF THE ELF PHONE
LINE TALKING OF THE MASSIVE NOW INJUS-
TICE IN A COURT ORDER SNATCHING AWAY
HER, 11 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER FROM HER
HOME AND LOVE. BE INFORMED-ACT FOR
EQUAL JUSTICE NOW!! cF121
GET LIT
All tapers and gothics on sale. 25% off, now
through January 30. Little Dipper Candles. 415 N.
Fifth Ave. in Kerrytown (adjacent to Farmer's
Market) cF121
Tom: Don't listen to the Short Person; I can ex-
plain what I was doing with J. Square! dF121
FEELING THE PRESSURE? Try a higher alti-
tude. Join us on a journey to Nepal. Trek the
Himalayas. See Kathmandu and Everest, too. Spring
'78.995-4617. cF122
OPPORTUNITIES IN ISRAEL
For information on jobs, study, and Aliyah See
Yehudi Berman of the Israel Aliyah Center at the
Jewish Expo. Michigan Ballroom Tuesday, January
24 noon-evening. cF124
LIGHT MOVING
Local van $10 load
663-2669

GESTALT TRAINING workshop for helping profes-
sionals. For information phone Alan Konell, 662-6729.
01F124
FEELING ISOLATED? A free on-going group for
students on skills in communication and the
initiation of relationships. The focus will be on
helping you to better understand, develop comfort
with and skill in the process of building friendships
and other types of relationships. For further infor-
mation and to apply for the MAKING CONTACT
Workshop, come to Counseling Services, 3rd Floor,
Michigan Union or call 764-8312. 51F125
POLARITY YOGA CLASS emphasizing exercises
and theory in natural health. Wednesdays 2-3 p.m.
January 25-March 1 at Dance Space. Call Jamie 453-
9055. Individual sessions by appointment. p91F122
SECOND SERVE
DISCOUNT SPORTS APPAREL
406 E. LIBERTY
cFtc
Start the year with a good F__K T-Shirt or night-
shirt. Full word appears on shirt in ornate let-
ters. T-Shirt $4.50, black, white letters. Nightshirt
$6.50, red, white letters. S, M, =L, XL. Send check
or money order to: Bust-OUTS, P.O. Box 43355,
Cleveland, Ohio, 44143. 80F121
Will pay $35 for original saying to appear on T-
Shirt. Words and/or art work. Send to Bust-Outs,
P.O. Box 43355, Cleveland, 0. 44143. 77F121
WORKSHOP FOR SINGLES (5 men, 5 women)
practice initiating, deepening, re-negotiating re-
lationships. Jan. 27-29. Bob & Margaret Blood, 769-
0046. 28F126
JEWISH EXPO Tues., Jan. 24th, Union Ballroom,
noon-I-pm-- -cF124
PERSONAL GROWTH GROUP. Mon. evenings. Bob
Blood, PhD. 769-0046 10F121
LIVE FROM COLUMBUS, OHIO
MICHIGAN-OSU
BASKETBALL
ON WCBN, 88.3 FM
AT 7:30 P.M.
SPECIAL HALF-TIME GUEST
PHIL HUBBARD
dF121
PREGNANT? Need help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancy
tests available. cFtc
ENERGY LINE can help with HOUSING, JOBS,
OR ANY PROBLEM. Phone 663-5366 24 hours any
day. cFtc
SECOND CHANCE-Music and Meal Deal. Eat in
restaurant Sun-Thurs between 4 and 9 p.m. and
enter night club free. cFtc
-OZONE HOUSE needs yo'u to provide temporary'
housing for young people in crisis-one day to 2
week'--a comfortable couch is all you need. Call
^T'211
JAZZ AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB
with the FORCE. Vincent York featuredalto sax
solosit with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, Ned
Mann bass, Kevin Gibbs piano and Kenneth Bolds
former drummer five years with Lionel Hampton
Drums at the University Club cocktail lounge each
Friday and Saturday evenings 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m.
throughout the Fall. No cover charge, free trial
membership available from the hostess. cFtc
LOWEST COPY PRICES
IN THE MIDWEST!
Accu-Copy, 514 E. William, 769-8338
cF416

Early childhood teacher-administrator needed at
alternative day-care/elementary school. Approxi-
mately 40 hrs/wk, salary negotiable. Write about
yourself, your experience, feelings, and ideas about
child care. Send it to Children's Community Cen-
ter, 317 N. Seventh St. Ann Arbor, 48103. 20H127

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Seamstress/tailor, 994-3148.

23H122

Masseuse/masseur for female, 994-3148. 22H122
SUMMER GIRL SCOUT CAMP positions available
for nurses, W.S.I.'s, food service personnel, and
counselors. 18 year old minimum age. For fur-
ther information write: Mitten Bay Girl Scout Coun-
cil, 107 S. Washington Ave. Saginaw, michigan 48706.
47H127
Subjects needed for psychology experiments. Earn
$2.50/hour. Sign up for the paid psychology sub-
ject pool. 764-0258 9-12 or 1-3. 11H0203
Housekeeper and companion for 8-year-old boy.
7-10 hours/week. 769-2658. 18H124
CONVERSATION PARTNERS Needed to speak
English I day a week with English language In-
stitute students. Language exchange possible with
Japanese, Arabic, and Persian speakers. To vol-
inteer call Eli, 764-2413 2 to 5 p.m. 13HO124
HOUSE CLEANING 12 hrs./wk., walking distance
to campus. Call after 5 p.m., 662-7169. 26H122
BABYSITTER WANTED-two pre-schoolers, time
optional. 665-0931. 02H125
BABYSITTER 3 days/wk. 3-6:30 p.m. for 7 2 yr. old
girl. Burns Park. Call evenings 668-6711. 97H126
RIGHT-HANDED MALE SUBJECTS for "bio-feed-
back study." Remuneration $5; maximum time in-
volvement 112 hours. For information call Psycho-.
physiology Clinic, Dept. of Psychiatry 763-0115.
70H125
Volunteer needed to coordinate fundraising, call 995-
5460, 9-5 p.m. Mon-Fri. 86H122
Volunteer needed to supervise children's activities at
SAFE house. Call 995-5460, 9-5 p.m. Mon-Fri. 85H122
Part time janitorial work early morning and/or
weekends. Close to campus. Call 1-878-9991 eves.
before 10 p.m. 92H126
CLERICAL WORK/STUDY JOB in Women's
Studies. Duties: typing, filing, correspondence. 7
hrs/wk at $3.20/hr 763-2047. 64H122
RENTAL AGENT
Part-time. Start immediately, Car essential. Sup-
plement your income. 662-7787. 49H
CLERICAL WORK/STUDY JOB available for UM
Papers in Women's Studies Journal. Duties: Accoun-
ting, correspondence, typing, telephone, filings. Also
must attend meetings, read manuscripts. 10 hrs/wk
$3.50/hr. Call 763-2047. 58H122
Co-ordinator for Rape Crisis Center. Applicants
must have managerial skills and experience in crisis
intervention. Degree in social work, sociology,
psychology, administration, or related fields
desirable. Person hired must be capable of securing
funding for the Center's third year of operation.
Salary-$11,130. Submit resume to Mary C. Shepard,
c/o Saginaw Co. Rape Crisis Center, 1626 N.
Michigan, Saginaw, Mi., 48602. Deadline Feb. 6, 1978.
09H122
Door-to door interviewers needed for major research
company immediately. Previous research experien-
ce desired. Must have car and be willing to work
evenings or weekends. Hours flexible. Call Market
Opinion Research at 963-2414. Ask for Sue Carey or
Bridget Tuohey. 10H0122

3.15 6.30 8.25 10.20 12.15- 14.10 1.95
5.65 11.30 14.75 18.20 21.65 25.10 3.45
8.15 16.30 21.15 26.20 31.15 36.10 4.95
10.65 21.30 27.90 34.20 40.65 47.10 6.45
13.15 26.30 34.40 42.20 X0.15 58.10 8.95

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WF® . -.al

Typing IBM Selectric, accurate, fast. Re
rates, call Isabel, 973-9618 after 1:30 p.m.
TYPING-Pofessional/student rates. Fast
service. Ask for Barbara,. 65-4286, 24 hours.,

easonable
cJ416
, reliable
i.t

DESPERATELY NEED two tickets to COREA-
HANCOCK CONCERT. Call 995-1407, after 5 p.m.
19K124
NEED-two tickets Michigan-Michigan State game.
665-0931. 03K125
IBM Correcting Selectric II, good condition. Will
pay $525 cash. Gary at 282-4444, 434-0692 evenings,
late OK. p66K121
MISCE L LANE OUS
CLASSICAL GUITAR INSTRUCTION. Beginning-
Advanced level. Guitar Gallery, 236 Nickels Arcade.
662-5888. 01M201
USED CARS

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1.20
1.35
1.50
1 .65
1.80
1.95

AD deadline is 12 noon the day before
publication (4 P.M. Fri. for Sun.) including
corrections and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than one incorrect
insertion of an ad. Advertisements may be
,removed from publication but will be billed
according to original number of days ordered.
This policy is also applicable to ads requiring
pre-payment, i.e., no refunds. Information
regarding content of classified ads cannot
by disclosed prior to publication. Advertisers'
names may never be revealed.
Number of lines in advertisements is
determined by total number of words-
7 words/line. "Help Wanted" ads cannot
discriminate on the basis of sex, color,
creed or national origin to any extent
(i.e. "preferably" is still discrimidatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-charge to a
maximum of 3 lines for 3 days.

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY

1972 Monte Carlo, clean and mechanically excel-
lent, 994-5044. 16N0126
1968 VW Bus, engine rebuilt this summer. Best offer,
662-2468. dN122
1968 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME very good engine,
bucket seats, AM-FM radio, recently painted, radial
tires, good shape. $400 or best offer. 971-7095. 04N126
1971 Chevy Nova, red, three-speed. Call 663-2151.
84N127
1968 VW for sale. Excellent running condition. $300.
Call Sarah, 971-4951 after 5p.m. 65N124.
'71 PLYMOUTH Satellite Sebring. Mechanically
sound. 434-5634 or 971-1926. 44N125
'66 Mustang. Engine and transmission excellent
condition. New snows. $350. Call 995-0788. Evenings
better. 74N122

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SHANGRI-LA
Travel through an exquisite Himalayan Kingdom.
Journey to Nepal. May '78. 995-4617. cPtc

Campus Management, Inc.
337 E. Huron St.
9-5 Mon.-Fri.

663-4101
turdays
cCtc

10-2Sa

CAMPUS-Furnished 3, 4, 5, & 6 bdrm. houses.
1 yr. lease beginning May 1. No pets. Call before
8p.m., 769-3590. 30C122
;GO CO-OP FALL '78! Applications now being
accepted for student-run co-op housing. About $160
per month and 41' hours work per week covers
room, board, laundryand utilities. 8-month con-
tract. Visit the ICC Office; 4002 Michigan Union.
36C122
COLLECTIVE long house has one room available
Feb. 1, for I or 2 persons to share house, food.
finances, chores. 769-1442._ 250122
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-Room and house on
campus location. Call 668-6906. cCtc
FALL '78
CAMPUS AREA
APARTMENTS AND HOUSES
WELL-FURNISHED UNITS IN MODERN
BUILDINGS AND UNIQUE
t a OLDER HOMES
STOP BY SOON
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION AND
BEST SELECTION
CAMPUS RENTALS
S UNIV. AT WASHTENAW
665-8825
Monday-Friday 9-5:302Saturday 10-2
cCtc
ROOMS AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY in nice
house close to campus. Call 662-2606 persistently.
cctc

GUNKHOLER

cF416

Join cruising sailors for a monthly evening of
drink and talk. Write Gunkholes, P.O. Box 7418,
Ann 'Arbor, MI 48107 for details. 4F123
THE 1978 MICHIGANENSIAN(U-M's Yearbook)
is looking for students interested in working on the
Business Staff. Positions are open in Marketing,
Sales, and General Business. No experience neces-
sary, we will train you. If interested, CALL 764-
0561 or come to our office at 420 Maynard (next
to SAB). dFtc
LEO MALE wishes to exchange letters and photos
with gregarious female, object friendship first.
Reply to: No. 138516 Robert Parker, Box-E, Jackson.
Michigan, 49204. pcF221
CHOKER WILL ROCK YOU
Three sets, only $200.994-4589
93F 122
OPEN FOR BREAKFAST at 8 a.m. ROUND HAUS
CAFE, 618 Church, across from Blue Frogg. 995-
5095. F416
PRIMAL TRAINING and/or supportive counseling
at the Personal Growth Center, 403 Miller, Ann
Arbor, MI 48103. (313) 971-0102, Est. 1972. cF416

SKI VENTURE
CROSS COUNTRY
SKIING
FIVE GROOMED TRAILS
MOONLIGHT TOURS
LESSONS
GROUP PARTY RATES
STUDENT DISCOUNTS: WEEKDAYS WITH I.D.
Leslie Golf Course, Ann Arbor
668-9011
Open daily
cF131
76-GUIDE
FOR 24-HR. PERSONAL COUNSELING and RE-
FERRAL call 76-GUIDE. For University phone num-
bers, events, and movies call 764-1817, for student
phone numbers call 764-2330. cF416
LOWEST COPY PRICES
THE COPYMILL
211S. State (near Olga's)
Copies, course packs, while
you wait! 662-3969.
Our prices really are the lowest
cFtc
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc
PROFESSIONAL EDITING
- DISSERTATIONS
- BOOKS
: ARTICLES
* PAPERS
RUTH GLADSTONE-769-2931
cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
FAST, LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University
SECONDSERVE
1978 Michigan Rose Bowl T-Shirts
406 E. Liberty -

MAJOR EVENTS OFFICE
NEW USHERS
MASS MEETING'
MONDAY, JANUARY 23rd
7:00 p.m. Welker Room
Michigan Union
STUDENTS PLEASE BRING I.D.

BLUE FROGGE is now accepting applications for
waitresses, waiters, and cocktail waitresses. No
experience necessary. We will train. Apply in per-
son between 2 and 8. 611 Church. 73H126
Secretarial accounting assistant for CPA office,
full or part time, (20 or more hours, required typ-
ing speed 50 wpm or better. For appointment call
662-0701 or write J. W. McCrea. 380 City Center
Building, Ann Arbor, 48104. 81H122
LUNCH MEAL JOBS available at Chi Psi Fraternity.
761-6281. 42H124
TRUMPET OR SAX PLAYER, mature, versatile,
for working $ weekend band. Must sing. Trans-
portation and experience required. Call Judy, 663-
2721 or Chip, 665-7316. 41H124
BREAK INTO the entertainment business and get
to know U of M student programming activities.
We need competent responsible and energetic work-
study students. Call 763-1107. 55H124
INTERVIEWERS
For telephone interviewing from office location.
Part time evening and weekend work, ideal for
person with flexible schedule interested in chal-
lenge of interviewing for survey research organi-
zation. A non-discriminatory/affirmativemaction
employer. If you would enjoy interesting, temporary
work, send resume to: Telephone Room, Box 1248,
Ann Arbor,_MI 48106. 48H202
BLUE FROGGE is now accepting applications for
waiters and waitresses. Apply between 2 and 8
p.m. at 611 Church. 49H201
I AMSEEKING a few ambitious people capable
of making a financial success of a proven business
opportunity. For interviews call 971-3561. 94H121
MEAL JOBS AVAILABLE. Delta Sigma Delta
dental fraternity, 761-6616. 87H12
SUMMER JOBS
CEDAR POINT AMUSEMENT PARK, Sandusky,
Ohio, will hold on campus interviews February 1
and 2 for summer employment. Over 3,200 positions
available for a wide variety of jobs. Dormitory
or apartment style HOUSING AVAILABLE. Contact
Summer Placement Office for information and
appointment.
CEDAR POINT
p41H131
PIZZA IELIVERY DRIVERS
Must be eighteen.. No car necessary. Part-time
only. Ten to thirty hours per week. Apply in person
only after 4 p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw
Place. 81H121
BUSINESS SERVICES
The Dawn Treader Book Shop is now buying and
selling used and rare books at and for fair prices.
Inside Bill's Bindery, downstairs at 525 E. Liberty
(across from Second Chance) 995-1008. cJtc
THE SECRETARIAT
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
cJtc
ADVERTISE FOR LESS : unrough the Michigan,
Daily contracted classified ads. Call 764-0557 for
more information. dJ121
WRITERS AIDE SERVICE INC. Professional edit-
ing and writing. Expert directional assistance for
papers,_theses. 761-8645; 557-2755. cJtc
A PROFESSIONAL TYPIST
is your best bet. Dissertations, manuscripts, papers,
etc. Reasonable/guaranteed/references. 434-9027.
cJ209
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
IT A C T T ' F i 17 TF WW P I I 1 I

EXPERIENCED ROCK DRUMMER looking, for
band in Ann Arbor-Detroit area. Own equipment
and excellent references. Call 655-6050 after 6, week
days, anytime weekends. 470125
ROOMM AT ES
LAW STUDENT NEEDS quiet studious roommate to
share comfortable two bedroom apt. on campus.
Rent $125/month, includes heat. Lease and deposit.
668-8737 after noon. 95Y122
EMERGENCY-One roommate needed, 2 bedroom
apt. 662-0232, Laurie. 83Y122
Male to share a 1-bedroom apartment near campus.
Call after 6 p.m. 665-2265. 14Y0127
AIR FORCE
ROTC
Gateway to a great way of life.
764-2405

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar

ACROSS
1 Path of a space
ship
6 Spokes
11 Hades of Roman
myth
13 Usual result of
one-man rule
15 Third tone of a
musical scale
16 Go back over
17 Art shop
purchase
18 Verse
20 Former sultan
of Turkey
21 Prank
22 Pirouettes
24 Dice throw
25 Conceit-
26 Pub employee
28 Reverse of:
Prefix
29 Salad greens
31 By no means
33 Works of Haw-
thorne, Mark
Twain, etc.
35 Hungered (for)
37 Power
40 Shopper's
need
41 Father of the
Titans in Greek
myth: Var.
1 2 3 4i

1978 LOSANGELES TIMES
43. Loosen soil, in
a way,
45 Tiny amount
47 Actor Falk
48 German: Abbr.
49 Basque wear
51 canto
52 Common verbal
contraction
53 Tending to wear
away
55 Widen t
57 Fiendish
58 Friends of the
doughboys
59 City east of
Duisburg
60 Steam

14 Near East
country
19 Waste
22 Acquired a nest
egg
23 Capitol Hill
personage
26 I fear: Lat.
27 Descartes and
others
30 Rather
32 Lorry's relative
34 Small fruit of
a tree
35 Ancient saucer-
like dishes
36 Inhabitants of
38Luzon
'38 Piccadilly
farewell
39 Less experienced
40 Innocents
42 Old stringed
instrument
44 Diminutive
endings
46 'Plateaus
48 Hobo
50 Spike
52 Associated with
mater
54 --rouge,
relative of
Chianti
56 Fall mo.
7 8 91 10

FOR SALE: AMPE 6 B-15 excellent bass Amp.
Great condition. $350.00. Call 662-1569. 26X127
USED FENDER SHOWMAN, amp one CBS, CSB.
Call Don, 769-1400. cX127
USED FENDER Telecastor Guitar. Natural finish
with maple neck. Call Don, 769-1400. cX125
EVETTE CLARINET BUFFET $150. Call 7644242
between 8 and 4, ask for Linda. 06X121
Used Fender Telecastor Guitar. Natural finish with
maple neck. Call Don 769-1400. cX125
USED Gibson Es 150 in good condition. Apollo Music
Center, 323 S. Main, Ann Arbor. 1cX25

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"WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?"
Psalms 2:1 and Acts 4:25

Recently a friend sent me a clipping from this column he
had saved, asking the date it appeared and making this
comment: "We need this today. Every church member
should read this, pastor, and all." We agree, and are reprin-
ting a part of the Article that was In this column May 4, 1963.
This question is the opening words of The Second Psalm
of The Bible, God Almighty's Book and revelation of Himself
to man. "A heathen is one who does not believe in The God of
the Bible." They rage in order to get rid of His Moral Law,
Judgments, His Ten Commandments.r
In Ezekiel 44:24 God says: "And in controversy they shall
stand in My judgments; and they shall judge it according to
Mv ludaments: and they shall keep Mj laws and My statutes

commanded that it should be moved only on the shoulders of
the priests and Levites. The oxen stumbled! An attendant
named Uzza caught hold of it. God struck him dead! 1st
'Chronlcis, 13th chapter. No doubt the intentions of both
David and Uzza were good, but profaning of that which was
sacred brought a curse instead of a blessing!
Moses met God at the "Burning Bush." God said: "Put off
thy shoes from thy feet, for the place where thou standest is
holy." - Exodus 3:1-6. God appeared to Joshua before the
city of Jericho and Joshua said: "What saith my Lord unto
His servant?" The reply was: "Loose thy shoe from off thy
foot; for the place where thou standest is holy." - Joshua
5:13-15.
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