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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday,

February 4, 1976

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FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557-10 A.M.-4 P.M. MONDAY-FRIDAY

Uncontracted Classified Rates

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FOR RENT
FALL 197
1 and 2 bedro
on campus.
For information c
MODERW

WANTED TO RENT
6 $0tOFFERED for information re-
6 sulting in our signing lease for 6-8
om units bdrm. house for next year. Call Liz,
Jackie, or Walt at 663-9283. 16L0205
all WE'LL PAY $25 for lease on 4-7
bedroom house/apartment for next
fall. 665-8155. 29L208
Thf TWO WOMEN need apartment for
(VI fall, preferably in house near cam-
3sement pus. 761-9721, 764-1808 09L207:

APARTMEr
418 E. Washington, ba
668-6906

HELP WANTED
Spot or Part-time
TECHNICAL WRITER
for catalogus preparation.
Experienced; some electronics
background.
Call
NEWMAN COMPUTER EXCHANGE
973-1230
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
02H0205
Have you always wanted to be a
FALL ORIENTATION LEADER?
Come sign up for a chance in the
Orientation Office, 2530 SAB, be-
tween 1-28 and 2-19. Affirmative
Action, Non-discriminatory Employ-
er. 64H213
CAMP SEAGULL will be interview-
ing at SAB building Mon., Feb. 9.
Call Mrs. Cooper at summer place-
ment. All positions open. 46H205

663-3641
cCtc

PERSONAL

5
5
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6.30
1 1.30
16.30
21.30
26.30

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS

8.25
14.75
21.25
27.90
34.40

10 20
18.20
26.20
34.20
42.20

12.15
21.65
31.15
40.65
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25.10
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47.10
58.10

COMPLETELY FURNISHED Apart- - ____"_o, ________
ments. One block from campus. 8 MARTIN SALE now in progress. Get
month Fall and Winter leases, 2 and yours at a discount price. See Dan,
4 month Summeraleases. Tenants Apollo Music Center, 323 S. Main
pay only electric and phone. UNI- ! Xta
VERSITY TOWERS APTS., 536 S. c - _
j Forest, 761-2680. cCtc LESSONS AVAILABLE: Strings, per-
-__.__ -- -- cession and band instruments, tap
BAITS LEASE FOR SALE "CHEAP." instruction. Apollo Music Center. 323
CALL 761-4007 after 5 p.m. 710204 S Main, 761-9340. cXtc

N.B.:Each aroup of characters counts as one word.
Hvohenated words over 5 characters count as two words
'this includes teleohone numbers)
10 lines eauals 1 inch 5 words per line

SUBLET

FOR RENT
EFFICIENCY, furnished, campus lo-
cation Available now. 662-0468 after
9 p.m. - 5900205
SOUTH CAMPUS male space avail-
able in co-op double; Feb.-May;
room, board, laundry for $130 mo.
Call 995-9438. 5300206

FOR RENT
NOW RENTING
FALL 1976
THOMPSON
APARTMENTS

SUMMER SUBLET: Fall option.
Large 2 -bdrm. apt. 2-4 man, on
Ann. $272. Call 662-6867 persistently
44U206
OWNrROOM in 5-man house. Wash-
er, dryer, fireplace. March 6-August
28. Tom, 662-8270 eves. 42U2071
PLACE AVAILABLE for female (grad
student preferably) in beautiful apt.
within house. Close to campus and
pson) med.-sci. complex. Much privacy.
room Reasonable rent. 995-8899. 15U0204
Apt. ----------- -.

GIBSON GUITAR, J-50 with case. EXPERIENCED ORGAN TEACHER.
Excellent condition. $350.00. Sue, Must be able to work two evenings
763-2374 8-5; 663-3672 after 7:30 and and Sat, mornings. Apollo Music
weekends. 31X210 Center 323 S. Main. 769-1400. cH0217
SAX-Bundy Tenor. $200. Call Tom JANITORS WANTED. Two shifts
after six, 662-8270. 41X207 available: 8-12 and 1-5 at $2.50/hr.
FOR SAE-taram,20 Apply in person to Tom Laws, Uni-
watts, reverb, 12" Jensen speaker, versity Towers, corner of S. Univer-
good condition. 761-2754. 25X0204 sity and Forest. 32H205
GUITARS-Classical, steel; violins ! LOST AND FOUND
and flutes. 665-7348 or 429-9241. cXtc -_ -_ __- __- _
-- - FOUND: Collie-Whiteish brown, in
GUITARS, 40% off list. Garcia, Her- Mosher Jordan. Call 764-0947. dA206
nandis, Ramirez. 665-7348 or 429- - -
9241. cXtc MALE CAT found near Packard and
--- ---- ------- ------ Stone School Rd. 971-9268. dA0206
REPAIR, adjustment and restora-
tion of all string instruments. LOST - Ladies gold Wittnauer
Quality work, completely guaran- watch, abolone face. Jill, 995-4130.
teed. Great Lakes Banjo Co., 1342 N. 36A208
Main. 994-4964. cXtc

FURNISHED, 1-bdrm, apartmen't (at corner of William & Thoml
and single room. 483-3795, 482-7329. Furnished efficiency, 1 & 2 bed
60C0206 I apartments. See manager at

__ _- 216 or ca
2 BDRM. unfurn. apt. Huge, on
park with balcony, Avail. 6./76-8/77.
:225/month. 1 mile from campus.
665-3248. Must see to believe. 870204
SINGLE-FEMALE for Apartment: S
close, reasonable. 764-7032. 880204! acro
OWN ROOM in nice house. Co-ed, Furnished
Church street, 6 persons. 87 month- . ments. Pa
ly and utilities, till May. 994-5680. .and from
17C0204 Se manag
FALL 76
EXTREMELY NICE {eaR1H^
ON-CAMPUS available
APARTMENTS 769-8880.
Nancy and Jean will be glad to 'OWN ROC
help you with your housing needs. house. Le
persistent
STOP BY-OR CALL US
CAMPUS RENTALS THE
1335 . University apartment
665-8825 to and fr
Monday-Friday 9:00-5:30
Saturday 10:00-2:00 1697E
VISCOUNT APARTMENTS
2 and 3 Bedroom
Bi-Levels and Tri-Levels MODERN

X11:
665-2289

i

ass from U-M Stadium)
d 1 & 2 bedroom apart-
arking available. Buses to
n c:ampus every x2 hour.
aer t Apt.eK-1yor call:
994-3955
cCtc

FEMALE NEEDED (grad preferred)
to share 1-bedroom, furnished apt.;
near medical center. Parking. Lease
through August. $82/mo. or nego-
tiable. Call Sue at 668-8462. 78UO204
3-4 MAN APT. on S. Forest. 2 bed-
rooms, bi-level, dishwasher, A.C.,
May-August. Call persistently, 995-
8811. 05U24
SUBLET: I bedroom apt. furnished.
utilities included May 1-Sept. 1.
Ideal location. 995-5036 eves.
47U0206

FOR SALE
MARTIN 0-15 Guitar, 1954 model,
Collector's item. 665-5946. 50B204
FURNITURE SALE (beds, book-
shelf, desk, dresser, couch, chair,
etc.) Call EL-2-3059. or 995-0626.
48B205
BOSE 901 SPEAKERS. Good condi-
tion. 769-0300. 52B204

LOST-Black Lab Retriever, puppy,1
brown collar, near Oakland and
Tappan. Call 995-9125. Reward.
38A205
FOUND-Blue fur lined snorkel and
a beige spring jacket. Call Mike,
971-6998 after 6. dA206
BUSINESS SERVICES
IKE'S MINI MOVER - Want to
move in a hurry? Truck available
for small movin within 25 miles

WASHINGTON House, a '67 VW Squareback, perfect body,
for women; studio apt. : $100, needs engine. Tony, 663-9060.
immediately. 761-7904 or 22N0207
35C206- -- --
'71 AUSTIN Mini 1000. Clean. 30,000
OM in 3-bdrm. apt. in old miles. 35 m.p.g. $1,700. 478-9810.
ase thru August. 662-0116 after 6:00 p.m. 00N0204
ly. 61C0206 -
ROOMMATES
H IG HLANDS FOURTH FEMALE to share modern
home near Arborland. Own bed-
os. Lighted tennis court, I room, Available immediately, $100/
security lock system. Buses mo. plus utilities. Weekdays (12-6)
rom campusdaily. call Stephanie, 761-1841. Other times
call 483-6241. 26Y210
Broadway, Apt. 303. ..... -
VEGETARIAN feminist seeking
home with people exploring non-
opp'essive, creative life-styles, Call
cCtc Dianne, 662-8248. 47Y206

MODEL OPEN
M-F, 11-1. 8-8 Weekepnds . 4

on campus
Aug. Call
morninga

2-bedroom apt, for rent
s. Apt. pick up lease thru
a 426-3874 persistently in
and early afternoon.

WANTED: 1 to 5 persons to share
a nine-bedroom house for fall/
Nwinter '76. 45Y206

. a, a , vO n cn au , T i aiai
1316 Geddes No. 3 10C207 WHITMORE LAKE-NEEDED
_3___ Gddes N_.__ Woman to share large, unfurnished
apartment and garden Own large
bedroom, closets. Rent: $100/month
Cr-UNIE SIUTYEplus split cost of heat and phone.
UV EMICHIGAN ' Quiet. No lease. Available Feb. 8.
449-2483 after noon. 995-7526.
Students, Faculty and immediate family only + 27Y210
FREEPORT ' L LOVELY APT. for female house-
AB j mate 994-0515, nights very late.
DEPENDABLE Female Roommate,
Spring Break March 6-13, 1976 4. for own room in huge modern
apartment. $170/mo. Fall '76. -763-
ONE WHOLE WIEE K4 3887. 13Y0205
S.) s b;( 9 IURGENTLY NEEDED by Feb. 10-
per pcrson I woman to share 2-bdrm., bi-level
-4 INCLUDES: rrapt. In heart of U-M campus. Must
share bdrm.: own parking space.'
Round trip Jet airfare from Detroit to Freeport, Bahamas Rent $75/mo. Feb.-Aug. 995-2167.
O Meal and beveraaes in flight 0 Accommodations at Evenings persistently. 01Y0204
either Freeport Inn or Castaways Resort Hotel (hotel to 4~~--------
be assianed --quad occupancy ! All transfers 0 Authen- , TRAVEL.
' tic Bahamian Revue included 0 And more.
Phone eSavoe-7oSPRING BREAK-New York ($81.73);
Phone: Pete k)-- -New'ark ($81.73); Boston ($90.73);
Roeon-61-465 {{Los Angeles ($218.73); San Fran-
R osea nn-761-4965 lc^i83|2a'~e"a 79"
t Deadline Feb. 4. UAC TRAVEL, 2nd
j Floor, Michigan Union, 763-2147.
9PO904 1

---. - - - - - - - uvu g W L11 J 11 . I
MOVING SALE - Twin sized bed- ' 973-0763. 39J229
ding, frames and headboard. Gas - ---- --
clothes dryer; 21,000 B.T.U. air con- STEAM CARPET
ditioner. patioin umbrella, 19" por-
table TV; BBQ grill. 971-2925. CLEANING
43B0205 1 LEAP YEAR SPECIAL 10c/sq. ft.
-- 9x12 carpet, $10.80. Excellent refer-
LES McCANN PHOTOS. $3.00 for ences. F r e e estimates. Insured.
8x10. Call Dennis at 995-3962.B2 Tompkins Steam Extraction, 663-
23B0205 4303, 662-5077. cJ0229
FISCHER SILVERGLASS SKIS -
200cm. LOOK-MARKER BINDINGS. MANUSCRIPT EDITING
HUMANIC BOOTS. Price negotiable,! DISSERTATIONS, BOOKS,
Mark, 665-9516. dB0127 ARTICLES. 769-2931
SFURNITURE-8 ft. leather couch cJtc
with mahagony trim and matching BANDS FOR FRAT PARTIES. Don,
arm chair. Call 973-1275. 90B206 761-9431 and 487-5526. cJtc
FIREWOOD, mixed hardwoods, 4x8' OVERSEAS SUMMER JOBS-or per-
x18" Delivered, $25. 662-2639. manent. Asia, Europe, Australia,
23B0204 South America, Africa. All fields,
- - - - - ~$600-$1,900 monthly. Great benefits.
SHEEPSKIN COATS for men and Write: International Employment
women. All sizes. Persian House of Research, Box 3893D1, Seattle, WA.
Imports. 769-8555. cBtc 98124. 70J207
SITUATIONS WANTED [ AM a full-time, free lance typist
_.. -.___--_-_with considerable experience typing
DO YOUR plants, animals and !ooks, dissertations, papers. I type
house receive the affection they over 100 wpm, perfect accuracy
truly deserve while you're away? If ;uaranteed. Base rate 70c per page.
not, two poor, but sincerely re- IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill,
sponsible females are willing to care 365-0166. . cJtc
for them from May-August (or any
part thereof) in exchange for a TYPING, Copying, Binding, Editing,
home. Please call 764-9671, 764-3889 Keypunching, Notary Service.
or write Michigan Daily Box 21. THE SECRETARIAT
References available. d0205 Dissertation Specialists
- ------ 812 S. State Street
WEEKEND BABYSITTER. Experien- 8 a.m.-10 p.m. 994-3594
- ced, cooks, to stay with children.
764-1639. 5700207 PERSONAL
HELP WANTED UNIVERSITY Faculty, attractive,
WORKOVEREAS-Carer opor- under 30, seeks non-smoking wo-
WORK OVERSEAS-Career oppor- man B 2e~s o-Di 3F8
tunities with Peace Corps in busi-m . Box 22, Michigan Daily. 33F208
ness, education, health, biology, sci- Lifework presents GESTALT WORK-
"ences, music (instrumental), Eng- SHOP for couples. Leaders: Michael
lish, engineering Contact represen-f Andes, Catherine Lilly. Feb. 13-13.
tatives for more information Feb. 9- $30. Emphasising communIcations,
13 at Career Planning and Place- sharing feelings, Call 995-0088 and
ment. 5610211 leave message. 91F0207

BOWLING, pinball and billiards.
Open today at 1 p.m. cF0208
WE KNOW what good grooming
looks like. U-M STYLISTS at the
Union. cF204
MEN-WOMEN! JOBS ON SHIPS!
American, Foreign. Excellent pay,
worldwide travel. Summer job or ca-
reer. Send $3.00 for information.
SEAFAX Dept. F-3, Box 2049, Port
Angeles, Washington, 98362. 28F210
TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS per-
sonal growth and problem solving
group. The Ark, 1421 Hill St. 761-
1451. 49F206
THE WINDJAMMER BAND appear-
ing at CHANCES ARE Sun., Feb. 8.
51F208
FIRST PLAYER
at the Crosseyed Moose receives 50c
in Pinball. Open every morning 11
a.m., Sunday at noon, cF210
Jackie B. -
Happy Belated 22nd.
-P.C.
dF0204
To the guy who owns HONDO, the
Golden Retriever-please call the
nwonle you met in the ARB, Rita &
Tom. URGENT!!! 995-5082. dF206
MICHIGAN RESIDENCY INFO:
Mon., Feb. 9th, 7:30 p.m. Legal Aid,
4310 Union. 54F208
URBAN, cynical, moderately attrac-
tive, unattached 28-year-old male
seeks mate. Recently returned to
Ann Arbor, I still smoke cigarettes,
eat meat, prefer people to plants
and women to men. I am, then, ir-
revocably unhip. My goal is to find
a compatible woman who is pre-
pared to consider leaving U.S. for
indefinite period. Prime qualities: a
well-developed sense of humor and
a body weight of less than 55 kg.
No TM's. TA's or TF's need apply.
995-2927, late. 54F0205
GOLDFISH getting lonely? Get in
on the special Daily Classified Val-
entine rates and drop it a line.
dF204
YOU GOTTA do a lot of walking to
play this game. BILLIARDS at the
Union. cF0204
IF YOU CAN JUGGLE,
YOU CAN PLAY PINBALL
Wednesday, Feb. 4, for absolutely
nothing, between 2 and 2:30 at the
Crosseyed Moose, 613 E. Liberty.
cF204
FOR BIG TIME pinball see us at
UNION LANES, we have them all.
cF204
"DEAR GERTIE"
Is a personal advice column for
those who want an objective, un-
biased opinion from an experienced
source on a troublesome situation.
Inquiries should state EMPHATIC
ALLY if they are NOT to be print-
ed. NO REAL names will be used,
all information is strictly confi-
dential. Write "Dear Gertie," c/o
The Michigan Daily, Box 909.
dFtc
MAGNIFICENT Magic & Sparkling
Sorcery! Master magician & illusion-
ist DENNIS LOOMIS will amaze all
with a special matinee show at the
MATRIX THEATRE Saturday, Feb-
ruary 7th at 2 p.m. For info call
994-0627. Special discount for stu-
dents and people under 12. cF207
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
HAVING TROUBLE with Math?
German? Physics? Philosophy? Kel-
ly Lynch, Tutor. 971-0516. 04F0206
BARGAIN CORNER
VF SAM'S
STORE
LEVI'S DENIMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Troditionols
Button Fly
Pre-Washed
LEVI'S CORDS
Bell Bottoms
Straight Legs
SALE ITEMS
Cowboy Boots...... $10
Sweaters ... from $5.50
Selected Pants.... ..
..........from $5.00

COATS : Down and
Fiber Fill II
~ 20% off
More in-store bargains
207 E. Liberty
663-8611

Announcement
CFS Office of
Study Abroad 1976
Applications being accepted now.
Earn up to 8 credits.
USSR * Vienna * Paris * Dijon
0 Nairobi * Nice * Florence
0 Perugia * Israel * Copenhagen
0 British Virgin Island 0 Geneva
0 Spain
From $890
including
round trip jet, tuition, room, board,
accredited University programs. For
new course catalogues/applications
for summer or academic year:
CENTER FOR FOREIGN STUDY
216 S. State (Next to Lane Hall)
(above Marti Walkers)
626-5575

PERSONAL
NURSING STUDENTS
Cure my heart with a Valentine inI
the Daily Classifieds. dF204
REVLON, Max Factor and Ruben- 1
stein too are all good products made
just for you. Village Apothecary,
1112 S. University. cF204
Offset Printing, Xerox Copies
Xerox reductions, photostats
Halftones, Typesetting
and much more
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
eFte
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942.
cFtc
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
Books-Class Notes-Papers-Resume
Dissertation quality, low prices.
From 2%c per copy
211 S. State (by Gino's)
7 days/week plus evenings
662-3969
cFtc
PROVIDE SUPPORT and temporary
housing for teenagers. 1 day to 2
weeks. Couch is fine. Call Ozone E
House, 769-6540. 11F0305
SEPARATED/DIVORCED Workshop
For men and women in transition
from being coupled to being single
again. Feb. 13-15. Bob and Margaret
Blood, 769-0046. 40F212
SFREE PENSĀ¢
RED, WHITE and BLUE BICEN-
TENNIAL PENS. One per personI
with this coupon and student ID at:
CAMPUS PINBALL
1217 S. University
eFte
LET ANN ARBOR'S only diamond'
expert help you style your engage-s
ment ring. It costs less. Over 5,000
TJ-M men have. Austin Diamond,
1209 S University, 663-7151. cFt'
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v i o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
before publication (4 p.m. Fri.
f or 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 num-
ber of days ordered. This policy
is also applicable to ads requir-
ing pre-payment. i.e., no refunds.
Information regarding content of
classified ads cannot be dis-
closed prior to publication. Ad-
vertisers names may never be
revealed.
Number of lines in advertise-
ment is determined by total
number of words-5 words/line.
"Help Wanted" ads cannot dis-
criminate on the basis of sex,
color, creed or national origin to
any extent (ie. "preferably" is
still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-
charge to a maximum of 3 lines
for 3 days. n
PERSONAL
ALL MURRAY BARUCH'S -friends
and acquaintances are invited to
celebrate the last of his teen-his
20th Birthday on Feb. 4th, at 8:00
p.m. at 526 Linden, No. 6. See you
there! dF204
BOARD EXAM tutoring - enroll-
ments now being accepted for S. H.
Kaplan Tutoring Courses to pre-
pare for the MCATS, DAT. and
LSSAT board. Call (313) 354-0085, lo-
,ally 662-3149. cFtc
TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO. and
Auto-Owners Insurance Co. offer
auto and renter's insurance at lower
rates in Ann Arbor. Call Mrs. Spears
at 662-3107 for a quotation. Spring-
er-Kleinschmidt Agency, Inc., 206
E. Huron. eFtc
COPIES - Mc each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
cFtc
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283 400 S.
Division. Free pregnancy tests.
crtc
VISIT Ann Arbor's only gem lab
before you spend your money need-
lessly. Fine quality diamonds and
low prices on all engagement and
wedding rings. Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University. 663-7151. cFtc
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CROSSWORD PUZZLE
(C) 1976 LOS ANGELES TIMES

TICKETS ON SALE TOMORROW, FEB. 5

yor up

eclipse presents

NEW CHALET at Boyne Highlands.
Available by week or weekend.
Sleeps 10. All conveniences. Call
994-0274. 11F204
DO YOUR plants, animals and
house receive the affection they
truly deserve while you're away? If
not, two poor, but sincerely re-
sponsible females are willing to
care for them from May-August
(or any part thereof) in exchange
for a home. Please call 764-9671,
764-3889 or write Michigan Daily
Box 21. References available. dF205
"Suicide !" contemplated
my lover last
St. Valentine's Day.
Ah, but this time I'm sending my
dearest a spring-shine bouquet -
tulips, daffadils, weeping willows,
ferns, all caressed in beautiful vase.
This floral surprise will be delivered
right to her doorstep (with a lov-
ing card from me) on Saturday,
February 14th, Valentine's Day.
Why don't you make someone
happy? Call Valentine Valet: 995-
2950, 7 p.m.-11 p.m. (Satisfaction
guaranteed). 67F207
Read and Use i
Daily Classifieds

ACROSS
I Jane or Peter
6 Tears
10 Cacholong
14 Robin -
15 Beige
16 Calendar entry
17 Pre-election
happening
19 Gaelic
20 Faithless one
21 Ring decision,
for short
23 One of the
Kennedys
24 Contrive
26 - yougo
28 Simple
31 Cheering up
33 Mayor Beame
34 Part of I ndo-
nesia
36 A form of humor
39 Types
42 Plants, also
called innocence
43 Rent
44 Topsy's friend
45 Members of
weddings
47 Degrees in
religion, Abbr.
48 "Most Happy

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54

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60
62
64
65

66
67
68
69

Black Sea port
Eastern name
Debusy opus
(with "La")
Party provender
Prof.'s talk
Not snobbish
Mark of injury
Hercules'
archery prize
Capital of Guam
Sicilian sight
Tonsorial item
"He sold all
that -..."

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1 Matter of-
2 Sapor
3 Zola title
4 Continental -
5 Rocky crest
6 Get back
7 Here: Fr.
8 Genus of plants,
as the sugar-
bush
9 Done for: Slang
10 "-- to Joy"
11 Canape maker,
perhaps
12 Bewildered
13 Yorkshire
city

18 Fallmo.
22 Narcotic
25 Biased
27 Opponent
28 Sting
29 Explorer Tasman
30 Party man
32 Former ruler
34 Goods cast
overboard
35 Editorial-:
Abbr.
37 Dream: Fr.
38 Those: Sp.
40 Dance
41 "Till Eulen-
spiegel," for one
46 - less
47 Contrive
48 Misleading
49 Ballot
51 Short time, for
short
52 Name meaning
"princess"
55 Revise
57 Colorado's
neighbor
58 Singer Ike Tur-
ner's partner
59 Fish
61 Refrain syllable
63 15 years before
Hastings: Rom.
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26 27

K ITH

The most
beautiful picture ever
of a woman's
breasts.
It's a thermogram-a picture of heat patterns in breast
tissue.
Along with a mammogram (X-ray), it's the most advanced
way to spot trouble before it's felt as a lump.
And that will save lives.
And that's beautiful.
100,000 women this year will be tested at Breast Diagnostic
Centers set up by the American Cancer Society and the
National Cancer Institute.
But we're greedy. We want to protect millions of women.

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