THE MICHIGAN DAILY
fuesday, August 8, 1972
GAY LIBERATION FRONT meeting, WEEKEND MEN'S GROUP
Tuesday, 8 p.m., Union, South Wing, August 18-19-20. Issues: competition,
3rd floor conference room. Topic for sex roles, love, fear. Intro-Act. 3-
discussion: "Gay Stereotypes." Every- 7616. Fee. 58 4
body welcome! Information: 763-4186.^- - --
81F55 XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, lcc-coot duplicating
DON' PATtoc stoe's cc ad ilDOPT QUICK
sigh mak-op. Fo the orea' s oest 1217 S. Un ve si ty 769-0560
prices and finest qualities possible cite
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SITUATIONS WANTED ROOM AND BOARD
KEEP TRUCKIN'. Odd jbs, moving, FALL OOM. and board in quiet fra-
hauling, bar-tending, anytime 662- a ternity. 761-5145 eves. 77E63
on an engagement ring, shopAsi
Diaond, 1259S.Univcrsity. 663-7171
McKINLEY ASSOCIATES PERSONAL- -- --=
F CTRANSPORTATION-- Vole today for
Fall Rentals-Campus Area MARK IS VOTING for Lenny Soloman CARROLL McFADDEN
Efflolences, 1 cod 2 bedooms in nod- for State Rep. 77F59 County Commissioner, 14th District
ero buildings and older houses. Stop D-cPolls open to 8:00 p.m.
in at 616 Church for our listings- or needs round-trip ride to campuGs I WOULD LIKE to buy a new staff Carroll McFadden, a full-time student
call 769-8520. CCtc NOW Will pay. 522-5862. 14060 sticker! 769-4905. 66F63 this summer, is completing his B.S.T
in Speiail Ed.,'it EMU. He will teach
*FALL RENTAL, 921 So. Division. 2 bed- ROOMMATES WANTED SPECIAL RATES FOR COUPLES in the Ann Arbo Publi Schools
rom. 8 or 12 mo. Call 769-1191. 69C70 TODAY and EVERY TUESDAY this fall. For the past 15 years, Car-
2 FEMALE ROOMMATES wanted to BILLIARDS and TABLE TENNIS roll has been custodian in the Ann
MUSICAL MDSE., share house end of August. Year MICHIGAN UNION Arbor Schools while pursuing his edu-
RADIOS, REPAIRS lease. See Jack at Village Corner .PcFt cation. He intgnds to enroll in an
21Y59- - M.S. program starting in September.
NOTHING BETTER to do? Nothing 46F5
GAUSS 12 inch. guitar speakers. 200 E orse todo? Check out the U.Cellar's
watt RMS, lifetime guarantee. Reg. HELP WANTED 20 ,OFF SALE-in the Union base- BUMPER STICKERS custom printed'
$126-NOW $65. DOUGLASS SOUND, ment. 63F63 while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press, 1217 "
I11 E. Liberty, 761-4434. 01X60 BABYSITTER needed for 2 month in- - - - - -- Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. eFtc
fant. Pay negotiable. Cal 761-9343 THERE are five Democratic candidates Po
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO after 5. 73H61 for StoteRepresentative but only
Goosal nd odinry ostrment -PETER ECKSTEIN helped rlect two TENNIS LESSONS-Former UM player,
offered, made, repaired-alstmcarved LEGAL COUNSEL wanted by all-cam- University students as McGovern dec Contry, d
and inlayed. Accessories, lessons. 209 pus student government to imple- gates to Miami. 48F59 group. 665-4720. oFtc
S. State, 665-8001. cXtc ment legal advocate program. Full- --sHs
- time position, Lawyer interested i LAWN MOWING - Reaoonable oates. HEDONISTS! Avoid the 'hassle. Let
tim psiion Lwyr nteesedin Call 003-0338. dF Oturdoy Night Insurance find you
FISHER 400 FM receiver. 50 watts RMS, student legal issues. Experience with -dotes. -10 p.m 663-1392. Ft o
$150. Also pair Utah 4-speakers, 3- student government and lobbying TEND TO FORGET your pill? The d
ways, $75. Call 769-3166, persistently. preferred. SGC 3-X, Michigan Union. Village Apothecary fills prescriptions COMMUNITY DANCE - Sponsored by
52X6C 763-3241. 751168from 9 am. to 6 p.m. Keep your the Ann Arbor Gay Liberation Front.
prescription on file here. eFtc Friday, August 11, 8 p.m., Women's
DUAL 1218 Turntable, Sony 222 AM/FM SECRETARY WANTED, good typing, 3 _. Athletic Bldg., on old Forest Avenue,
receiver-amplifier, Lahti 4000 speak- weeks Call Mrs. S., 763-3241. 76H63 U OF M BARBERS AND near Palmer Field. Everybody Wel-
ers. Almost new. 763-6853. 58X60 HAIRSTYLISTS come! Info: 763-4186. 82F62
FILE CLERK, 40WPM, $100/wE. Fee FEATURE SHAGS FOR MEN -
STEREO system, dual changer; Dynaco paid. MICHIGAN UNION
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod or Tra-
ditional Style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
WHILE YOU WAIT
hesis quality reproductions-pictures
pastel papero-p10us full color repro-
ductions on T-shirts ond took-tops of
any design you choose for $4.99.
524 E. William 665-4321
Vote for CARROLL McFADDEN
County Commiislooner, 14th District
The 14th District takes in the Model
Cities Area and the north central
section of Ann Arbor. The hies of
more of its residentorare offected by
the county government thon any
othser district in the county. The
reasons are because of aged people
on fixed incomes, youth and health
needs, ADC and welfare recipients
who reside there, the county jail
and other county services.
A gross injustice has been imposed
by the public on ADC and welfare
recipients by assuming they are
happy and content in receiving this
financial assistance. However, many
people on ADC receive training and
education, and they should be en-
couraged to do so without having
their welfare subsistance cut off.
Transportation and day care services
for their children should be made
available to help these people be-
come self sufficient.
I will work to implement such pro-
amp; Heath tuner; Dynaco speakers. Receptionist, varied duties, $450-500. cF60
First reasonable offer. Call Art, 665- Typists, 60 wpr., $2.50-$3.50/hr.-
7260, 44X62 Secretaries, several openings, some Health Service INPUT is off duty to-
require shorthand. day, so Shari and Rob can play
FOLKLORE CENTER Legal secretary, experienced, salary politics. Tomorrow the primary elec-
New Martin 00028, $450 with case. Used open. PERSONNEL SYSTEMS, Em- tion will be over, and we'll be back
and old stringed instruments. Re- ployment Agency, 1945 Stadium, 761- to handle your questions or com-
pairs. Guitar lessons 516 E. William, 5252. 80H61 plaints about Health Service. Call us
above Campus Bike. 662-0381. xcXtc ---at 763-4384 tomorrow-VOTE TODAY,
APOLLO DRUM CENTER. Drum 'sets,MATURE, RELIABLE student for sit- Aug. 8. 79F59
over 20 sets in toc Rogers, Sonar, ting. Experienced, own transporta-
Ludwig, Gsetsn Slik:nogersd.Prd- tion. 662-6786. 71H61 INTRO-ACT-Weekly and weekend per-
Ludwig, Gretsch, Slingeriand, Priced- __________sonal growth groups; using encount-
right deals. 322 S. Main, 761-1400.1er growthsun sin ecn .
cXtc BUSINESS SERVICES _ G66s-7614taltsensitivity trcbn5Fa
GUITARS, AMPS, PIANOS. Fender, NEED A PHOTOGRAPHER? BOB ROLLI NGER
Hohner, Maestro, Gibson, Martin, Weddings, Portraits, etc. is runnn for County Coi
Guild. One-stop center. Apollo Music, Call Terry, 761-4970 in the 15th District to initiate hi
322 5. Main, 76-1400. oXte 1d161in h 5hDsrc oiiit i
programs which include child care
TTSIBcenters, intra-county bike routes, a
BIKES AND SCOOTERS TRANSCRIPTION MS. consumer protection office, and a
TR CRINTIN-humane jail and sheriff. He needs
HOUSE OF FAITH
Rev. Sally preaches, teaches, and
heals by the power of faith. Let
Rev. Sally help you find help
and happiness. Rev. Sally is a
spiritual reader and advisor.
1577 N. Maple Rd.,
Open every day including
Sunday 9 a.m-9 p.m.
1971 KAWASAKI 500 Mach III. Only Sercing the Academic Cominsnity
1,000 miles. Perfect shape. Steve, 668- For Mec Than 10 Yerso
9091. 72Z62 TASKoreTan0
® TASK i
TRIUMPH, BSA, Norton Repairs - 761-4146
Cheap rates, guaranteed. Jim, 769- 40J6S
HONDA CB350, 19701. Fine cond. $485. TRUCKING
761-6194 after 4. 68Z61
---- ___--_- - .- 1 I HAUL ANYTHING
BSA Starfire 250 cc. '68. $300. Perfect z TON LOADSTOM, 761-1345
shape. 761-7619 83Z62 14J5t
BICYCLES in stock: Bottecrhia; Jeunet;
Chiorda; Atala; Frejus; Schauff; FOR SALE
Falcon, and more! ALL SPORTS, 518
W. Cross St., Ypsilanti. 483-7194. cZtc GIRL'S 3-SPEED. Chain, lock. Anita,
----_--- - -- 764-0494, 761-0514. 79B61
1965 TRIUMPH 650 CC, low mileage,
custom seat, tank, front. Must sell. MOVING out sale. Chairs, tables, bed,
761-6938. 51Z63 miscellaneous. 665-0231, eces. 45B60
YAMAHA 250, '67. $285. Don, 761-5676 GE PORTABLE TV, B& W, UHF, 8
or leave message. 53Z60 mos. old. 763-6853. 56560
WANTED TO RENT COMPLETE FISH TANK outfit incl. 23
gallon tank, heater, filter pump, top
1light, and stand. 0125. Coil Peter, -
$40 REWARD for finding 2 bedroom 62-4385d 5962
house or apartment leading to rental.
Naomi, 835-2326, collect. 65L63 BAR-SIZE refrigerator. 36" tall. Dark
WANT TO RENT house suitable for wo finish. $95, 71-1932. 42B6
storing mangoes, papyrus, and used
tennis balls. Temperature must be LOST AND FOUND
controlled to 79.4 F and rent must
be payable in shekels. If you have FOUND-Female cat, short hair, 4 mos
such an abode, 763-6121 is the place Hill & Division. Identify. Carl, 761-
to call. dL59 9009. dA61
FEMALE GRAD seeks -room in house or FOUND - Male Airedale puppy near
apt. for fall, furnished/unfurnished. Hutchens Hall. Brown and black, no
Barb, 763-6591. 37L60 identification. 764-9346. dA59
WANT A mellow place to live w/or
without another person. Start any-
time, now-mid-Sept. Ed Paulette, 665-
0936 evenings, 763-0158 mornings).
(Leave message). 39L59 AS YOU LIKE IT!
THREE TEACERS nec rg -s NEW TRENDS FOR 1972.
or quiet duplex. 663-1195. dL68 TRIMS-SHAGS
CAR SERVICES, ACCESS. Dascola Barbers
A FINER PLACE to get your foreign
car fixed. Cheap rates, fully guar- "@611 E. University
anteed. WHEEL WORKS, 769-8493, near Michigan Theatre
ask for Steve, cS70 ____________
Everyone Welcome !
COFF E E
Wednesday, Aug. 9
Room, 4th Floor
OUTSIDE ON THE TERRACE
Fun, Food, People
NEW PEOPLE WELCOME!-
your vote on Aug. 8. 64F59
GRAD COFFEE HOUR. Wed. nights
8-10. Lots of people, lots of fun, lotsI
of food. 4th floor Rackham. Everyone
MUNTZ M 860
Auto Sound Specialist
208 E. DAVIS
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Attention: MARRIED WOMEN
Concerning Student Health Insurance
For a mere $60 in addition to the cost of the usual policy, you
can get "up to $100 for a miscarriage,"
TAKE YOUR CHOICE:
miscarriage normal chlidbirth caesarean
ABSOLUTELY NO ABORTIONS COVERED!!
-Attention: SINGLE WOMEN
You get NOTHING!!
A group of women is meeting with SGC to
discuss these maternity "benefits.
JOIN US, WED., AUG. 9th-2:00
SGC Counsel Chambers
For info: Contact Barbara Terry Kurtz, 763-4186
Now teaching in Ann Arbor
Served 14 years as school custodian
Degree in Special Education
"Many people receiving social service aid, such as ADC, are
anxious to obtain training and education, and they should be
encouraged to do so without having their subsistence cut off."
"The present Sheriff must be removed from office and the
Sheriff's Department restored to citizen control through your
representatives on the County Board of Commissioners."
Pd. Pol. Adv.