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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, June 11, 1970

Thursday, June 11, 1970

THE-MICHIGAN DAILY

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Daily lassifieds

LOST AND FOUND PERSONAL. WANTED TO RENT
MISSING in action since Sun.. April MEET YOUR MATE at the Bach Club $50 REWARD for information leading
j 3( Burmese eat. Dark brown w/gold TONIGHT (Canterbury House, 8 to fall rental of house near campus.
and white spots on stomach. Please p.m.). 45F31 Call 662-9355. 7L31
Icall 665-0505 persistently if you see
him. 1A29 GET YOURSELF together at WILD MARRIED COUPLE seeking furnished
FOUND - Femlc Seaipoint Siam e:- FLOWER-the unique boutique. 5161 apt. end of Aug.-Dec. Call collect eve-
FOUND nFemalsea34int895m8.e6L28
very well ,ronmd. Tower Plav,,No. E. William -- above the bike shop. nings, 341-8958.
r 7L or 761-7428 after 3. DA29 1T48F2~ ~ ~ - ~ ~
0 - - TICKETS

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Kodak 35 mm camera, Air-
quipt 450 slide projector, AM-FM
clock radio, all in excellent condition.
Call Adnan, 764-6488 or 769-3303. 37B28
AIR CONDITIONER, 8,000 B.T.U., 115
volts, flush window mounting, used
two summers. $175. After 6:00 p.m.
483-0145. 32B28

Letter signe W ahe m n

HELP WANTED
WANTED - Experienced driummer fo
rock group. 1-241-6882. 36H3

w~a_ LOS'T---Medium riv( d Sig mes cat. Vic.
NAT'L. CORP. opening an AA branch Fifth Ave. and Liberty. Tomcat, non-
needs neat and aggressive college pure blood seal point. Reward. 761-
st udents with c ars for full and part 5970 or write J. Sturm. 303 S. Dlvi-
time epoyen1, nt. No np.iec, Call Slon.DA27
662-7020 between 12 and 5 for inter-
vifw - p00h~oin n 1.35H27 FOUND Full grown black and white
springer, male, dig it? 665-2169. DA27

0 i.TUDENT Book Service (oink) wil
jnow open only EVENINGS (oink
from 7:00 to 10:30 (oink. 36F
DISCOUNT BOOKSTORE?
We've been discounting diamondsh
Ann Arbor for years.
Austin Diamond. 1209 S. University
663-7151

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k LONDON-DETROIT, Aug. 30. $95. Call BRASS DOUBLE BED, etching, strip-
33 665-0150. 15Q31 ped, side poles. $60. Spindle double
- - TA --kt - -mLbed.nside polies, walnut finish, $50.
ONE WAY 'Ticket from London to DE- 663-85 33B26
n TROIT, Aug. 6. Reasonable. 663-1649,--85
or 662-0941. 14Q29 DOUBLE BOX SPRING and mattress
H and frame, very firm. $60. Call 761-
FLIfxHT, London to Detroit. $90, June 6844. 52
F 23. D. Gray, 665-2357 or 764-4303._4 35B26
13Q2

AMER,;ICAN MALE U.M. st udenl ,tsined-,
e fNr 1N EU-2 hr. Psych. exp. pay4.00 LOST - Woman's ring of sentimental
plus Winnings. 764-3276 or 764-3278 value, on S. Univ,.June 5. Has 5 blue SMILE-A CURVE THAT CAN SET
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Mon.-Fri and white tes 769-3065. REWARD. LOT OF THINGS STRAIGHT-WI
42749A LOEOFTHINGS SRGT--W.L
H7FLOWER-the unique boutique. 51

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....... . .PETS AND SUPPLIES
1 ROUND TRIP ticket, DETROIT-LON- ------- -
DON, June 26-Au;. 26. Call Cindy. CUTE LIVELY male grey kitten, 8

LOOKING for a job in any field-call
Detroit: 1-255-5075 and ask for Bud
Meadows 33H28
NEED BABYSITTER Full time, room
and board, or pay. Call 461-1008. 34126
STATION ATTENDAN'TS, preferably fe-
male. Super-Test, S.Main and E.
Madison. contact Jack Toth. super-
visor, in person. Summer or perim-
nent26HI28i
BUSINESS SERVICES
PIANO 'LEACHER - 10 yr. piano stu-

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FOUND Tiger kitten. about 3 mo. old. E. VViam2. nd floor. 47r28 761-5247. - 12Q27I
white mittens, brown spot by left --____
nostril. Inquire eves. 764-104. DA27 MUSIC LOVER needed for one bdrm. EUROPE, one way ticket London to
apt. now or in fall. $120. William St. Detroit, June 24. $90. Call 761-5337, Ed.
LOST-- Anique gold wedding band above Bike Shop. Dbl. bed in back 4Qi
with "Myrtle" inscribed on inside, room of new Community Record ---
Left in 1st floor washroom of SAB, Collection. Lots of music and people. CHARTER TICKET one-way London or
Sunday. May 17th. Call 761-8865. 50A27 DF3C Paris to Detroit in August. Contact
Ron Miller, c'o Haynes, 58 Rue de
LOST ST Silver rim pescription sun- TO THE GIRLS who sublet apt. at la Notre Dame de Lorette, Paris 18,
grey lenses, about 3 weeks 1026 Va khn last week-Please call France. 5Q28
1VT,.nn an stea Mrivn hback, she lost ournamey~s ..--

old. FREE. 449-4193.
2 LOVEABLE cute male kiEt.s
shots-FREE. 662-4112.

wks.
7T28
with.
5T22

DIAL 8-6416

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MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS

and phone niunber. DF27

TRANSPORTATION

TO-Upper and downer users who may
wonder if it's a bummer. Any age. RIDE WANTED 6 12 or 6/13 to Windsor
Also recovered users. Let's rap. Call or Leamington, Ontario. Call David,

deM. studicd with student of Arthur HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO Larry, 663-2121 after 10 p.m. 37F30 7
Friedheim. will drive to your home. Unavailable instruments, repairs and - -- -SAN-FRANCISCO-In-tern--n-June
-4 kfor Jim T'uCker. 19J27 iructions-209 S. State, 665-8001. X IF YOU KNOW of a female who applied Aa
769548,as fr imTuke, 9J7 iitrctois29 . taeand was refused admission to the 27, share expenses. 761-9407 or 761-
3ABYSITTING Mon.-Thurs at our FOR SALE-SPINET PIANO Univ. as a freshman call 665-4203. i 7640. 25G28
house. Parks and crafts. Call 663-0729. Wanted, responsible party to take over Confidentiality assured. F27 ICK k t
20J26 low mrontlhly payments on a spinet CHICK looking for another Chick to
J piano. Can be seen locally. Write.TOM AND CINDY are playful people share experiences and driving on long
Creative Wedding and Portrait Photog- Credit Manager, P.O. Box 276, Shelby- cats who are looking for a home with camping trip to California. Mary H.
rapliy by a top professioial need not viller, Indiana. 48X32 cat-people. Must split town and leave 1-871-4728 or 1-875-7259, 24G29
be expensive, if done by RICHARD - .-;------ them. Call 761-2579. 39F27 E I T C J
LEE. Call 761-9452 beforec noon. DJt(- WANTED TO BUY INE IEt rvreCt ue1
For FATHER'S DAY, give Dad a or 19. Call 769-5412 for Jackie. G27
EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER. 25 yrs. WANTED-Iotter's wheel 2117 Wash- mounted photo of YOU taken by a
old. Available anytime. Call Lynn. te .', AA 48104. 29K31 working professional. Call Richard REAL ESTATE
663-2348 J28-_ Lee, 761-9452 before noon. DF31 - - - .
~ E C RY- -- - OWNER-4-bdrm., 2 yr. old colonial.
TYPING Cheap, profesional. Quick USED CARS ONCE AGAIN! Light or heavy house- on acre, AA schools, low 40's. 663-7679,
service. Call Candy at 66)-4830 after keeping: rates depend on what you NW section. 2R33
noun. J2 j CORVAIR, '65, 4-dr hardtop. td., exc- have me do. 764-7622. DFtc
Icond., 1 owner, 45,000 miiles, radio,. aem o 7472.Dt
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires $395. 971-6165, eves. 39N28 PAINTING - Student desires painting1
work in her home. Thesis, technical jobs, inside and outside. Four yearsI
typing, stuing etc. IBM selectric. 1969 MGB-Exe cond.. 11,000 miles. Call experience. Call 662-4736.BA C H CL
Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 12Jtc Jim Beck, 761-1907. 35N29------
FOR SALE:
THESES, PAPERS (incl. tecnical) typ- '66 IMPALA Cony. Auto, Power steer-J FOR SALE presents
ed 1Experienced, profess:ional; IBME ing, $1100 or miake offern. 769-1647. Keith Jarret's first J'azz albuni, Dion's
d. ExericQuckdserie 663-1291.; M40N29 Sit Down old friend, and Biff Roses RANDOLPH SMITH
SelectriC. Quick service. 663-6291. 42Jtc Thorn album. All only played once ~ ri, ac, n F.ti,.c,..

"A look at
permissive
society.. t
instinct vs.
morliy!

- -Associated Press
POLICE OFFICERS and workers go through the rubble on the second floor of
New York City police headquarters following Tuesday's bombing.
MEDICAL REPORT
Su*cde ruled in death of
UVice Present Ross

creditor
NEW YORK A--A lettersigned by
"the Weatherman" claims that the
revolutionary wing of Students for
a Democratic Society was responsible
for the bombing of the police head-
quarters here on Tuesday.
"The pigs are our enemies," said the
hand-printed 1 e t t e r, which listed as
grievances the U.S. invasion of Cam-
bodia. alleged suppression of Black
Panthers. killings of blacks and students,
"brutality" to youths on the city's Lower
East Side, and the outlawing of mari-
juana.
The special delivery letter, received
yesterday morning by the Associated
Press, was postmarked Tuesday p.m., but
it was impossible to tell if it was posted
before or after the 6:45 p.m. explosion.
The blast was the latest in a long
series of bombings. Three Weatherman-
two young men and a girl-were killed
last march in the explosion of a "bomb
factory" in a Greenwich Village town-
house. Later another "bomb factory" ex-
plosion on the Lower East Side killed a
young man said to be a black Panther.
Meanwhile, Mayor John Lindsay held
an emergency security meeting yesterday
within 25 feet of the spot where the
bomb exploded.
"We reviewed all aspects of the in-
vestigation into the bombing last night of
police headquarters," Lindsay said later.
"We also reviewed secur'ity and safety
procedures in effect at headquarters and
at all police precincts and installations
in the city.,"
Segregation by
sex upheld
RICHMOND, Va. (/P-A county school
plan permitting the segregation of ele-
mentary school pupils by sex was ap-
proved yesterday by a federal judge.
U.S. District Judge Robert Merhige Jr.
said in his ruling that separation by sexes
in educational institutions is a long-es-
tablished practice.
The plan, which goes into effect with
the start of the rnew school term in Sep-
tember, separates boys and girls through
the fifth grade. The sexes will be mixed
in the other elementary grades and on
through high school in the county system,

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PRESIDI
George S
post as se

TASK
Does It All!
Typing, Printing, 'ransrilpti lg
ConierenCes and Mailitugs
Call The Professionals
761-4146 or 47
30J 5(
NOW ON CAMPUS
Campus MultiService
TYPING
PRINTING
THESIS SERVICE
Fast, Dependable, Low-Priced
2?14 Nircls Arcade 662-4222
Sumer hours: 10-4 Monr.-Fri.
3J tc
MULTIPLE
TYPING
SERVICE
Thesis Service
Papers
Dissertations
General Office and Secretarial Work
Pick-Up and Delivery
Available
Prompt Service
CALL 971-2446
Jtc,
PHOTO SUPPLIES
ORIGINAL black and white photog-
raphy for any occasion, portraits, etc.,
quite reaisonable, Or 8x10, 11x14 en-
larn ,ements from any negative $1.50-
$3.50. Call 662-6288 or 761-7208. 26D26
ROOMMATES WANTED
NEEDED -- Under rad male roommate
for fall term to share large 2-bed-
room, 3-man bilevel in well-kept old
house. Call 663-8138. DY30
YOUNG professional woman seeking
room e ate beginning Augutst. Own
bedroom. Modern apt. Call 769-3680
after 6 p.m. 41Y26

'66 MUSTANG 2 plus 2, FM, other acces.
Call 761-1916. 36N30
'64 VW, Green - Excellent condition.
Asking $600. Call 769-0043. 37N30
PORSCHE 912, AM-FM short wave
radio, 1966, 5 speed, good condition,
$2985. Call Flint, 234-2006 after 6 p.m.
38N28
'62 FALCON--Runs well. $75. Cakll 761-
1922 eves. N27
'67 OLDS 442-New engine, almost en-
tirely rebuilt. Excellent condition.
769-4289. NDd
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1969 KAWASKI 500, 3,000 miles, w/
windshield. $750. 769-0053. 1Z30
MOTORCYCLE tune-ups, 1 day service.
Call 665-3114 for appointment. 2228
BSA 650ce
1969%1 Thunderbolt. 5500 miles, good
condition, 15 iii. bars. solo seat. 761-
7233. 3228
SUZUKI 305, 1968. $450 or best offer.
Ray, 761-1468. 49Z27
1970 HONDA CB 350. Call 761-1916.
50230
PERSONAL.
A NEW experiment in capitalistic pig
culture-SBS will try it in the EVE-
NINGS 7:00-10:30. 42F33
JUNE 12-TGIF Celebrate the rites of
sumer. Everyone welcome! 8:00 p.m.
at 930 Dewty. Guys $1.00. Gals free.
43F27
FLOATING OPERA, Carnal Kitchen,
Love's Alchemy. Big Steel Ballroom;
Monday, June 15, 8 p.m. $1.00. 46F28
E'XPERIENCED Figure model needs
work, Call Cheri, 761-1003. 35F28
AS A PSYCH 171 experiments, SBS
will iow .be open EVENINGS only-
7:00 to 10:30. (2 hrs. credit). 34F33
KICKAPOO--HEYWORTH Rock Musio
Festival book. 24-pages, $1.00 per
copy, six for $5.00 postpaid. Order
from Paulson, P.O. Box 2357, Cham-
paign, Illinois 61820. 44F26

I've overspent this month. $2.50 each
or if your tastes are this desperate,
$7.00 for all (big deal). 764-7622. DFtc
DAT1ING COUPLES
WANTED
for paid psychology experiment. Both!
members must participate. Call Mal- ,
colnt Breniier, 769-0364; 764-2572. 28Ftc
GUITAR LESSONS
An unbelievably able instructor has
openings for interested students of all
levels of proficiency. Considered "The
Greatest" in many circles. Proclaim-
ed. "Good Hunmr" by the Ice Cream
Vendors. Bi-weekly. Call David at
668-8505. DF27

acn ~uo resiaenT c oun er,
speaking on
"RHYTHM IN BACH"
featurinq Bach's F Minor
horpsicord concerto
Refreshments & FUN afterwards
THURS., JUNE 11, 8 P.M.
Canterbury House
330 Maynard
EVERYONE WELCOME;
(no musical knowledge needed'
Great way to meet
interesting people
663-2827, 761-6981

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"SMASH.-NEWSWEEK
"Meyer'unabashedly-.KTluscious... best!"
j_"__,,_ ,.,,_..Kevin Thomas -L.A. TIMES

"A fun drama
about a
swinging lady!",
Judith Crist -N.Y. MAGAZINE
"Meyer's best...a
merciless put on.
Erica Gavin...
electrifying !"
Roger Ebert -
CHICAGO
SUN-TIMES

By ROB BIER
The Wayne County Medical Examiner's
Office yesterday ruled that the death
of Arthur Ross, University vice president
for state relations and planning, was a
suicide.
The cause of death, according to Dr.
Taisja Tworek, a pathologist with the
medical examiner's office, was an over-
dose of seco-barbitol, a barbituate.
Dr. Tworek said suicidewas determined
as the cause of death after a careful ex-
amination revealed no o t h e r possible
cause. "It could have been accidental, but
New Congress
plans Methods
By EDWARD ZIMMERMAN
The Movement for a New Congress
(MNC) met last night and discussed the
methods they will use in their drive to
elect peace candidates to Congress.
About 80 people gathered in the UGLI
Multipurpose Room to hear MNC leaders
discuss the coming campaign. Andy Sem-
mel, one of the leaders, said that the
group would endorse and work for candi-
dates who oppose increased d e f e n s e
spending and who hold liberal views on
domestic issues, particularly in the field
of civil rights.
Semmel emphasized that MNC will
evaluate the incumbents and their chal-
lengers and back the candidates who
most adhere to the group's goals.
MNC is a national organization based
in Princeton, N.J. In addition, there are
regional chapters in smaller geographical
areas, and local chapters in specific con-
gressional districts.
The speakers emphasized that the "real
work" occurs at the local level. The local
chapters decide on getting out the vote.
It is also up to the local level to decide
who to endorse,
The Ann Arbor group will be operating
mainly in the 2nd, 18th and 19th eon-
gressional d i s t r i c t s in Michigan. The
leaders said last night that they could
not endorse any candidates yet because
they do not know who all the candidates
will be.
Semmel said that MNC is a permanent
organization and will not cease after the
November elec}ions. The group will also
maintain a permanent lobby in Wash-
ington, D.C., he added.
Larry Sullivan, another leader of MNC,
discussed how people can get involved in
MNC and what kind of work the volun-
teers will do: Poll and canvass, plan voter
registration drives, put out p os si t i o n
papers on the candidates who request
them and take mass telephone surveys.

he was intelligent enough that we can
rule that out," she said. "The results of
of the examination were consistent with
suicide."
Ross was found dead at about 4 p.m.
last Friday in the Ramada Inn motel in
Allen Park, a suburb of Detroit. Margaret
Johnson, Ross' secretary, said she did not
know why he was in Allen Park and that
he had not been to his office all Friday.
Allen Park Police Chief Roy Doughty
said last night that his office had not
received the autopsy report, but expected
that it would arrive today.
Friends of Ross contacted last night
said they could not speculate on the
reason for the suicide. William Hubei,
assistant to President Robben Fleming,
said he had known Ross since 1942 when
Ross worked for him on the War Man-
power Commission, adding, "Arthur Ross
was a man of unblemished integrity and
the highest moral conduct."
"His death is a terrible, terrible loss
to the community, the state and the na-
tion."
Memorial services for Ross, who was
54, were held Sunday in the home of
President Robben Fleming. Ross had been
at the University for almost two years.

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Hanoi ret,
By LINDSAY C
Special To The
DETROIT-Genie Plamondoi
of communications, returned las
visit to North Vietnam and descr
as "the most determined, unitec
Speaking at a press conferen
Airport, Mrs. Plamondon discus
Vietnam. "Hanoi is one of the m
world," said Mrs. Plamondon. "N
Vietnamese officials, everyone wa
that it was hard to tell the serv
"The purpose of the trip," e
was to learn as much as possi
culture of Vietnam."
Mrs. Plamondon traveled wit]
Rubin, both mcmbets of the i
The group traveled from New Yc
Moscow to Hanoi by way of India.
A large amount of literature,
and historical information about
from captured American pilots t
fiscated by customs officials in Mc
rd Lee "North Vietnam is a very x
ister material goods, and life style," sa
nam. that U.S. bombing damage was
in- "However, in terms of spirit," sl
the richest nations in the world."

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GENIE PLAMONDON (left), White Panther min
of communication, discusses her trip to North Vieti
At right is Ken Kelley, White Panther minister of
formation and editor of the Ann Arbor Argus.

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