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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, April 6, 1978-Page 9

Daily
Classifieds

Excluded from task
force, parents protest

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SUBLET! May-Aug. Large 3 Bedroom, Furnished
Apt. A/C, dishwasher, parking, laundry. 525 Walnut,
No. 5 994-4759. Rent Negotiable. 36U411
SUMMER SUBLET. Fall Option-Two-person
furnished efficiency, parking space, washer-dryer,
one block from law quad, $140/mo. Call Barbara,
665-0344 or Diane 663-3787. 31U47
SPRING/SUMMER Sublet-One bedroom available
in furnished house. LOC'ATED 7 mn. from Campus.
Price negotiable. Call Gina,.995-0786. 73U412
SUBLET-2 bedrooms, furnished, laundry, park-
ing, A/C. $200/month. Available mid-May-August.
May FREE Near.CCRB. Call 663-7041. 49U406
SPRING AND SUMMER SUBLET - Furnished
modern apartment, double room, laundry, facili-
ties, dishwasher, parking, A/C. Stephanie-994-932.
53U406
SUBLET-SPACIOUS 2 bedrom bi-level located 1
minute from Arb, 5 minutes from central campus,
AC, dishwasher, furniture, porch and free parking.
_Price negotiable. Call 995-4273. 81U408
May-August-2 males needed in 4 man. 2-bedroom
apartment. A/C. dishwasher. 2 bathrooms, quiet, 5
min. from campus, across from CCRB. Rent
NEGOTIABLE. CALL DIAN OR IDAVE, 663-2980.
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Summer sublet-Pool. A/C. modern; quiet residen-
tial area, 2 blocks from campus. I bedroom of 3
bedroom apartment. balcony, negot rent, protected
parking, male or female. 665-7228: after 6. 662-9770.
88408
MAY-AUGUST-Own large room in modern 2
bedroom furnished apartment. A/C. laundry.
parking. South Forest and Oakland -8 minutes from
Diag. Male. VERY REASONABLE. 668-000. 8711408
EFFICIENCY-Free parking, free laundry, fur-
nished, lots of book shelves, near West Park, fall
option. $99/month. 769-4500. 70U406
OPEN APRIL 20th- bedroom in 3 bedroom house.
Quiet neighborhood. Chemist, biologist roommates.
Cheap! Call 971-8754. persistently. 66U408
MAY-AUGUST MALES to share 3-bedroom apart-
ment next to Bagel Factory. A/C. 2 balconies.
parking, furnished. Call after 6,995-4954. 92406
CLEAN, LARGE apartment in Forum for sublet.
New carpet, dishwasher, fantastic location. 2 A/C
units, many big closets. Call 994-0994 persistently.
Ideal for3or more. dU407
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET-6 bedroom house
near the Power Center. Furnished, air conditioning.
663-1916. 92U408
FEMALE ROOMMATE to subrt. Own bedroom,
furnished, balcony, a/c, dishwasher, disposal. Cam-
pus area. 663-0216. 91U414
MAY-AUGUST SUBLET-Two bedroom modern
apartment with a/c and dishwasher. Price nego-
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SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET. Own bedroom in
beautiful spacious four bedroom house. E. Univer-
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SUBLET SPACIOUS 3-person apartment in Albert
Terrace, May-August. Bi-level, air conditioning, 12
baths, dishwasher, fully carpeted. Close to campus
and the Arb. Negoitable. Call 662-1876. dU408
SUBLET May-August-1-3 females, air-condition-
ing, 2 bedroom bi-level, dishwasher, close to campus,
rent negotiable. 994-3353. 88U408
SPRING-SUMMER- bedroom in large sunny 2
bedroom apartment. Fantastic location. C11 994-
3387. 86U409
SUBLET-SPRING-SUMMER OR JUST SUM-
MER. Cute, homey, 2 bedroom apartment in house.
Porch, living room, study, kitchen. Great location.
Extremely reasonable. Call 668-7576. 81U412
MAY-AUGUST SUBLET-Two rooms, Furnished.
No kitchen. Price negotiable. Call 994-9169. dU411
MAY-AUGUST SUBLEASE. Own room in a
modern bi-level apt. near campus. A/C, dishwasher,
laundry facilities across hall, free private parking,
stove and oven gas included in price. CALL 665-
9092. $110/mo. Price negotiable. 83U406
TWO BDRM. APT., Divison & Packard. Dishwasher,
a/c, shag carpeting, large windows. Price negot.
Call anytime, 662-6738. 770413
3 BEDROOM APT. Summer with option. Modern,
air, good location. ist reasonable offer accepted.
663-6892. 70U408
"COOL OUT" this summer with A/C and Dooley's
out your back door. Efficiency, $150/mo., nego-
tiable. 995-3072. dU408
LARGE VEG. SUBLETS, May-Aug., co-ed, laundry,
near campus, average $11/wk food. 665-7941. 89U409
Albert Terrace Sublet!
Apt. A-I1
ALL luxuries included
Call Jon, Dave or Craig
662-9379
dU416
I ROOM in 2 room apt. Spring-Summer $100 month
or 50/50. Air, disposal, parking, dishwasher. On
Vaughn, near E.U., IM bldg., campus. Call soon-
995-3147. 69U411
SUBLET-May-August; room in beautiful house,
10 minute walk to Diag. 663-9790. 79411
SPACE IN 4-MAN modern apt. Beautiful. A/C,
dishwasher, parking. Located close to CCRB. ARB,
and campus on Walnut Street. Willing to sublet
for very low price. Call Randy, 662-6421 anytime
after 8 a.m. before I a.m. First offer accepted!
dU408

WHY SUBLET? Be a member! Spring in co-ops
offers you single room and meals on North or
Central campus. Work and play together. I.C.C.,
4002 Michigan Union, 662-4414. 13U408
ONE BEDROOM furnished townhouse with loft,
dishwasher, a/c, swimming pool. $140. 971-2892.
May-August. 870411
SUBLET-$200. Two bedroom, unfurnished, pool,
air condition. Available April 15. Fall option. 662-
0323. 84U412
LARGE LUXURIOUS 6-BEDROOM HOUSE-2
bathrooms, sun porch, close to campus. 663-4369.
35U406
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RADIOS, REPAIRS
STEREOS SPECIAL-Lowest prices on all hi-fi
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By MICHAEL ARKUSH
Parents of residents at the Plymouth
Center for the mentally retarded
protested Governor William Milliken's
refusal to include them in a task force
probing abuses at the center.
The parents, members of the
Plymouth Association for Retarded
Citizens, voiced their grievances at the
task force's meeting on Tuesday.
MILLIKEN established the task for-
ce, headed by University Education
School Dean Wilbur Cohen, following
reports of widespread neglect and
physical abuse of patients at the center.
As a result of the charges, Milliken
fired state Mental Health Director
Donald Smith and reassigned Plymouth
Center Director William Womack.
"We let it be known that we didn't
agree or support Governor Milliken's
decision to reject our desire for mem-
ber status," said Sandy McGuire, a
leader of the parents group.
BEFORE THE meeting, association
members received a letter from the
governor's office denying them official
membership in the task force. The let-
ter was a reply to a letter sent by the
group a week ago asking for seats on
the task force.
In his reply, Milliken invited mem-
bers of the parents group to be at each
task force meeting and to feel free to of-
fer any suggestions. Although parents
have been present at every meeting and
offered recommendations, several
group members said they considered
the governor's reply to little con-
solation.e
"It's a small concession on the
governor's part. At least he did respond
to our letter," said Alice Saules,
president of the Plymouth Association.
THE GENERAL mood, however,
conceded Saules and other association
members, was very negative toward
the governor's reply.
"We won't be able to-have a vote in
the decision-making process like we
wanted," said Mary Brimhall.
Parents association members con-
sidered leaving the meeting in protest
against the governor's decision but
decided to stay so they could continue to
play some role in solving the Plymouth
.controversy.
TASK FORCE chairman Wilbur
Cohen said there was nothing he could

do about the parents' complaint. He
said Milliken has the sole right to ap-
point members to the task force.
"Wilbur Cohen has been very open to
us and there isn't anything he can do,"
responded McGuire.
It was also learned at Tuesday's task
force meeting that Evelyn Provitt, ac-
ting director of the Plymouth Center,
has hired 39 new attendants who have
already begun working. She also has
enlisted 66 workers in the special two-
week orientation program who will

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become attendants when the program
is concluded.
PROVITT SAID the desired 4-1 ratio
of attendants to residents will be
achieved within two weeks in the four
halls where abuse was most widely
reported.
The task force' also asked several
Plymouth attendants if they had wit-
nessed any abuse at the institution. All
of the attendants said they had not seen
any signs of abuse during their shifts at
the center.
McGuire said she believes the
questioning was unfair because it was
directed at the best attendants.
"They picked the best attendants to
talk to. Thats why nothing was repor-
ted," said McGuire.
Parent group president Alice Saules
said she believes the task force should
have been more forceful while
questioning the attendants.
"I got the feeling they were treating
the attendants with kid gloves," said
Saules.

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NEEuE-2 WOMENf or ' personh ouse-cuse
to campus-great rates-wonderful landlord and
much more. Ed, 662-6315. 72Y409
BLACK FEMALE LOOKING for roommate to
share large 2-bedroom apt. near campus for-Spring-
Summer. Call 994-5573. Grad or professional students
preferred. 80Y411
ROOMMATE WANTED to sublet own bedroom in
large 3-bedroom apartment, Spring/Summer. Great
rnmam P R ie nt nponit ahln Call 220_RR14 r7V4A1 1

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