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Wednesday, June 17, 1970
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, June 17, 1970
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For Direct Classified Ad Service Phone 764-0557
12 Noon Deadline Monday through Friday, 10:00 to 3:00 12 Noon Deadline
SUMMER SUBLET SUMMER SUBLET HELP WANTED
SUMMER UBLE'1 ,eone orONE MAN wanted for 4-man house. WANTED-Young attractive woman for
SUMMERe old aSUiLEI-.Need eap. 769-2404 Call 769-0024. DU33 front office, full time. For inquiry
ask or Terr .7 2 phone 662-2576. 40H34
ask for Terry U32 J3RD GIRL--Large house. own bdrm..-
campus. Fall option. 761-3921. 8U30 EARN $25 by donating cerebrospinal
ROOMS TO RENT in lar e house. Neg. fluid, Need 21-40 yr. old males-fe-'
rates, incl. use of all facilities l, , ROOM FOR GIRL, July-Aug. Lots of males. 764-0298. 251127
washer, dryer. freezer. 761-9880 eves. room. Close to campus. Call Barb K.. --- ---- --
1U33 665-2154. 28U31 KNOW WHO'S making all the money
...__ ___.- --Ithis summer? The dealers!! The Big
2 GIRLS NEEDED for old house. Hill- IMMED. OCCUPANCY or July-Aug.; Steel Ballroom needs dealers, make
Oakland. 2 air-conditioners. July-Aug. air-cond., TV, stereo, bottom floor yourself as much (legal) cash as you
Cal l63-5061. 2U32 of old house at campus corners. 2 need all summer . . . Call Steve at
U.ETJ YA U --M rbdrms., 2-3 man, 769-0644. 37U33 769-0245 for details. 39H33
SUBLET JULY-AUGUST --Modern 2- ~ .., .I-
man, furnished, air-cond., parking NEED MEN through August for 3 bdrm. EARN $25 by donating cerebrospinel
lot. 1 block from campus. Call 769-1 house. Air-cond., parking. Call 761- fluid. Need 21-40 yr. old males-fe-
4523 eves. 3U30 4809. 39U33 males. 764-0298. 25H27
ONE MAN 'for modern 2 bdrm. apt. ROOMMATES WANTED BIKES AND SCOOTERS
Own room, a/c, parking. July-Aug.
Call 662-4909. 4U33 --_-_-..-.--_-
I FOR YOU $40/mo. Female. own room. MOTORCYCLE tune-ups, 1 day service.
EFFICIENCY for I or 2. A/C. campus, on campus. Now thru August. Maybe Call 665-3114 for appointment. 9Z35i
r ear1Ier 769 U fall option. 761-5896. 48Y35 .___.. .- -
FOR SALE PERSONAL
SONY T.V. w/cabinet, excellent condi- Where Marginal Prices Buy Quality
tion, good value, $90. Call 769-1041. Diamonds! AUSTIN DIAMONDS, 1209
46B32 S. University. 663-7151. F
MOVING to Houston, must sell new, U-M MALE professional student, emo-
tobaggan - CHEAP. Call by 3 p.m. tionally stable, rationally liberal, in-
Thurs. 761-8865. 47B31 terested in many things and life in
15- TRAV-L --A -Ero ~~d general-wants to meet mature stable
15-FT. TAVEL TRILER. coble di- girl. hsa spae nodrt
nette, brakes. propane. Sleeps 7. Anti' . This ad is placed order to
meet new faces, not because I am
Sway Bar. $1000 or best offer. 665-5017. hurting! Reply to Mich. Daily, Box
41B29 # 50 .5F33
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PERSONAL EXOTIC RECIPES! GOURMET COOK-
ING! and fun to boot-Call 665-3369
SUMMER HEBREW classes organizing, early morning and eve. to sign up
beginners, intermediates. 761-6784. for cooking lessons. DF35
A NEW experiment in capitalistic pig
BLOOD is red, bruises are blue, come to cult ure-SBS will try it in theEVE-
SBS and we'll comfort you (come NINGS 7:00-10:30. 42F33
EVENINGS 7:00 to 10:30). 41F33
STUDENT Book Service (oink) will
SOVIET UNION. Driving and Camping now open only EVENINGS (oink)
10 weeks, $1350. Includes air and all from 7:00 to 10:30 (oink). 36F33
expenses. A. Lipson, 2 Garden Terr.,
Cambridge, Mass. 02138 or call (col- WEEKLY and Weekend Encounter
lect) 617-547-1127. 40F36 Groups. Feeling oriented interper-
-.-- - -sonal growth experience. Call 663-
FREE CRAFT FAIR - 7616. 4F17
Artists-sell your handicrafts- -- -- - - ---------..
FREE U. CRAFT FAIR THIS SPACE RESERVED
JULY 17-18, DIAG
(concurrent with South U. Street fair. For YOUR classified ad. 764-0557, 11
open to everyone). Please register a.m.-2 p.m., 764-0557. DF
now: 763-2130 or 663-2709, 3F32 --
3RD FEMALE needed for modern a/c
apartment, summer half-term. cheap.
761-8784, 662-6386. 44U29
1 BEDROOM, 1-2 Man-Liv. rm., kit.,
bath, large. Call 769-6459 between 6-9
p~m. only. 47U33
SUBLET July-August, modern A/C
penthouse, 515 Lawrence, No. 8. 761-
SUBLET 2-man alt. July-Aug. Air-
cond., mucho parking, 911 S. Forest.
Call 769-0289. 36U33
SUBLET-Now to Sept.-2 bdrm., spa-
cious. Kingsley St. $110/mo. Call 769-
7564 persistently. DU32
OWN BDRM. IN HOUSE, exc. cooking,
and living facilities. July-Aug. Nego-
tiable. 761-6784 betw. 7-11 p.m.
SUBLIME SUBLET-July, August. $100.
2-man at 603 E. Ann, No. 3. Call 1-
313-626-3224 or write 31960 Inkster,
Franklin, Mi. 46U33
2-MAN APART., near camslm, air-cond.
Garage, disposal. July-Aug. Call 662-
LARGE MOD. 4-MAN APT. Air-cond.,
dtswas.,disposal, parking. $115 mo.
SUBLET July-Aug.-Modern 2-man w/
a/c. one roommate wanted or will
suiblet whole apt. 1337 Wilmot, No. 3.
Call 662-6458 eves. 45U33
CHEAP! July-Aug.- One girl to com-
plete 2-nman apt. Air-cond. On can-
pus. 761-3972. 48U730
FURN. EFF. apartment, well ventilated,
near campus. July-Aug., negot. rent.
SPACIOUS SINGLE room in cool, old
house for July and August; $40; util-
ities paid; 1 blocks from SAB on
Souit h Division. Call 761-8137 or The
Daily. 764-0552 and leave a message
for Anita. DU30
IOOM FOR RENT. Spacious, great o-
cation, cooking facilities. Rent negot.
I MUST move, summer term. Call
Russ, 761-4089. 49U24
1346 GEDDES, Near Observatory-Rooms
for men. Cooking. $45/mo. Call 668-
ROOMMATE for huge old apartment
out ~Washenaw, trees, grass. $35. 769-
NICE 1 BDRM. apt, 1 block from camn-
pus. corner on Packard. $90/mo. w/
utilities included. 761-6795. 33U31
3RD MALE GRAD for 3-4 man house
beg. Sept., partly furn., near cam-
pus, own bdrm. $65/mo. and util. 665-
8047 after 6 p.m. 49Y35
IS THIS WHAT YOU WANT?
Huge 4-man with A/C, dishwasher.
parking, hi-fi, etc. 2 or 3 needed now
or summer. It'll make you happy.
GIRL GRAD seeks room, apt., or room-
mates for Fall. Will pay or work. Call
MALE GRAD. needs roommates for fall.
Call 761-3674. 47 733
NEED 4TH COED for Mod. Fall apt.
Dishwasher, etc. Diane, 761-9441. 44Y31
NEEDED - Undergrad male roommate
for fall term to share large 2-bed-
room,a3-man bilevel in well-kept old
house. Call 663-8138. DY30
WANTED TO RENT
MARRIED COUPLE seeks 1-bdrm. apt.
for fall under $115. Prefer near cam-
pus. Call Jeff or Gail, 668-7626. 8L33
NEED 1 BDRM. or effic, apt. now to
Sept. near campus. $80/mo. Call 769-
4814 anytime. 9L31
SINGLE APT., normal facilities, for
July-Aug., preferably near campus.
Please reply Box 378, Mich, Daily.
$50 REWARD for information leading
to fall rental of house near campus.
Call 662-9355. 7L31
LONDON-3 round trip tickets from
Det. June 26-Aug. 26. Cheap. May
negotiate 1 way sale. Dave, 761-7839
after 4 p.m. l6Qtc
2 TICKETS to Europe for sale, June
26-Aug. 6. Call Suzy, 769-1883; Car-
olyn, 668-6202 eves. 18Q31
LONDON-DETROT, Aug. 30. $95. Call
EUROPE, one way ticket London to
Detroit, June 24, $90. Call 761-5337, Ed.
' PHOTO SUPPLIES
CAMERA, Kanon FX plus lens, must
sell. 483-3372 after 6. 28D31
DESPERATE--I want a small motor-
cycle that's in good used condition.
Call Sara, 769-3215. DZ3S
BUCO HELMET and Bubble, brand
new, $25. 769-5232. 8Z32
'68 BSA 250'Starfire, 2900 miles, $500.-
662-8585 after 6 p.m., 715 Church, No.
HONDA CB 160, 1966, Scrambler pipes,
with helmet, $200. 769-5232. 7Z32
1970 HONDA CB~350.~Call 761-1916.
HONDA 125 Scrambler - 3,500 miles.
Great shape. 1036 Oakland, No. 2.
RIDER NEEDED to California, leaving
end of June. 663-7371. 28G32
LEAVING for San Francisco June 22,
share driving and expenses. 663-9785.
RIDER(S) WANTED for round trip
(anywhere). Dep. 6-27, Ret. .7-23.
INDIA Overland. $204, regular trips. 39
Landsdowne Gardens, London, S.W, 8,
S.F. MAGIC BUS leaves when moon is
full (6-20). Need riders. Call Dr. Sun-
shine, 668-8052. 27G31
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FREE 2 friendly kittens. Call 761-4914.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED-Potter's wheel. 2117 Wash-
tenaw, AA 48104. 29K31
NEED LEVIS ?
WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional
quality at student rates. Call John
Evans at 769-0053 forrappointment tol
see portfolio. . F60
ONCE AGAIN! Light or heavy house-!
keeping: rates depend on what you
have me do. 764-7622. DFtc
DON'T THROW away money and time
on an amateur when you can have
your thing photographed by a pro-
fessional at a reasonable price. Call
Richard Lee at 761-9452 before noon.
TO-Upper and downer users who may
wonder if it's a bummer. Any age.
Also recovered users. Let's rap. Call
Larry, 663-2121 after 10 p.m. 37F30
PAINTING - Student desires painting
jobs, inside and outside, Four years
experience. Call 662-4736. FL)
Creative Wedding and Portrait Photog-
raphy by a top professional need not
be expensive, if done by RICHARD
LEE. Call 761-9452 before noon. DJtc
Keith Jarret's first Jazz album, Dion's
Sit Down old friend, and Biff Rose's
Thorn album. All only played once:
I've overspent this month. $2.50 each
or if your tastes are this desperate.
$7.00 for all (big deal). 764-7622. Dk te
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itself away; litter
doesn't just happen.
People cause it-and'
only people can prevent,
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WASHINGTON (/P) Two Supreme
Court justices upheld yesterday the
Army's authority to send a Massachu-
setts soldier off to Vietnam despite a
state law that 'says he cannot be re-
quired to fight in an undeclared war.
Justices William J. Brennan Jr. and
Byron R. White declined to block ship-
ment to Ft. Lewis, Wash., of William A.
Bain, a draftee from Walpole, Mass., who
said he was being forced to run the risk
of disobeying either the federal or state
The untested Massachusetts law,
signed by Gov. Francis W. Sargent April
2, asserts President Nixon has no power
to send Massachusetts men to Vietnam
or to other wars without a congressional
declaration of war.
If the denial of Bain's application to
be stationed in the United States serves
as a precedent, soldiers from Massa-
chusetts will not be protected from hos-
tilities while the constitutionality' of Nix-
on's Vietnam actions is deliberated upon
by the courts.
Solicitor General Erwin N. Griswold
noted in opposing the application that
Bain did not file his suit until the day
before he was scheduled to report for
shipment to Vietnam.
In his suit, Bain contended he "has a
right to be protected by civilized stand-
ards of warfare and not by military
orders emanating from any sources which
may be immoral and illegal in them-
selves." He said also he should not be
forced to run the "risk of being outside
the law of both his state and country."
In other action, Justice John M. Har-
lan refused to enjoin shipment of a New
York soldier who is challenging Nixon's
dispatch of troops to Cambodia. The case
is scheduled for argument today in the
U.S. Court of Appeals in New York City,
Harlan noted that the Army has prom-
ised to delay departure of the soldier,
Pfc. Malcolm A. Berk of Queens, until the
The suit, filed by Theodore C. Soren-
sen, a candidate for the Democratic sen-
atorial nomination in New York, cites a
state civil rights law that provides no
resident can be sent to war without the
consent of the state legislature except in
cases especially provided for by the U.S.
Griswold, in arguing against Berk's ap-
plication, told the court Nixon's Cam-
bodian moves were based on foreign pol-
icy questions and political issues that are
beyond judicial review.
The Supreme Court has consistently
declined to rule on the legality of the
Vietnam war. Two justices, William 0.
Douglas and Potter Stewart, have dis-
sented from this reluctance.
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1969 KARMANN GHIA. In
condition. Call 663-4821.
Choice Apts. at low rates. Ann Arbor
Trust Co. Phone 769-2800. 22083
CHEVY IMPALA, 1967 4 door, auto-
matic, power steering, V-8. radio.
good condition. 769-3341 after 5. 45N32
1964 VALIANT Convertible. Ugly but
runs well. Call 769-1147 or 663-9785
after 5:00 p.m. 43N31
'68 LEMANS SPRINT, OHC.6, 4 BBL.,
3 spd., etc. AM-FM w/rear spkr., tach,
recline seat, power str., brk., new
glass tires. Call 662-6205 after 6.
'66 MUSTANG 2 plus 2, FM, other ,aces.
Call 761-1916. 36N30
'64 VW, Green -- Excellent condition.
Asking $600. Call 769-0043. 37N30
'67 OLDS 442-New engine, almost en-
tUreiy 2rebuilt. Excellent condition.
Super Slims ..... 6.50
Bells .......... 7.50
"White" Levi's .. 5.50
Nuvo's. .. 8.50
Over 7000 Pairs in Stock!
122 E. Washington
"PURE THRILLER ALL THE WAY. WELL ACTED,
COLORFUL AND FAST MOVING."
--Hollis Alpert, Saturday Review
"A HIGHLY ENTERTAINING FRENCH CRIME
FILM -SUSPENSEFULLY AND IMAGINATIVELY
PLOTTED, SLICKLY MADE."
-Richard Schickel, Life Magazine
"FIRST RATE. A TENSE, TAUT, FAST-PACED
THRILLER." Judith Crist, NBC-TV Today Show
"FIRST CLASS ENTERTAINMENT! A FLAWLESS
CHILLER! THE SUSPENSE IS EXCRUCIATING
FROM FIRST TO LAST." Playboy Magazine
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MIGUEL VALDEZ is helmed from his car by a state trooper after the windshield
was shattered by thrown bricks and stones yesterday' at Miami, Fla., in the second
straight day of racial disturbances.
MIAMI (A') - Police shot an alleged officers crouched behind squad cars, a
sniper and arrested two others last night black youth displayed a .22 pistol and
as gun battles between blacks and officers said, "Until that shop is burned flat to
erupted for the second straight night in the ground, the shooting will never stop."
Miami's Brownsville section. As furious exchanges of shots were
As officers rushed the wounded man fired, a helicopter swept rooftops with a
to a hospital, blacks overturned three powerful searchlight. Both police and
cars and set them afire. armed blacks were using the rooftops as
The first shots were fired Monday vantage points earlier in the evening.
after reports circulated through the pre- Reporting that they were fired on from
dominantly black neighborhood that a a dark apartment hous°, police pounded
white supermarket owner insulted a black the building with bullets and shotgun
Witnesses said at least two fire bombs Dick McGaulty of the Dade County
were hurled at the Pic 'n' Pay food store Miami Sheriff's Department said the al-
during last night's violence. Officials said
the fires were quickly extinguished. leged sniper in the building who was shot
A few blocks away from where police was George Curtis, 18.
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HOURS COIN OPERATED LAUNDRY OPEN
Mon. thru Fri. 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. MON.-SUN. 7:30 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
Saturday 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. WASHERS STILL ONLY 25c, DRYERS 5c
By ROBERT KRAFTOWITZ
Key members of the faculty,
the administration, and Student
Government Council yesterday in-
formally approved an increase in
the studernt and faculty repre-
sentation on, a proposed commit-
tee which would make recommen-
dations on the setting of Univer-
sity budget priorities.
At the same time, the group in-
dicated agreement with reducing
the number of deans and executive
officers which would serve on the
Establishment of the committee
-which would be called'the Com-
mission on Resource Allocation--
is currently being considered by
President Robben Fleming,
Under a proposal endorsed by
Senate Assembly, the faculty rep-
resentative body, the 12-member
commission would consist of three
executive officers, three faculty
members, three students, and
three members of the Academic
Affairs Advisory Council, which
consists of the deans of the Uni-
versity's 17 schools and colleges'
and the directors of the various
According to the modifications
which were informally approved
yesterday, the faculty and student
representation would be increased
from three to four from each
group, w h i 1 e the representation
from the executive officers and
the deans' council would be re-
duced to two from each group.
The proposed modifications were
discussed yesterday at a meeting
called in response to suggestions
by SGC Executive Vice President
Jerry De Grieck that there be no
voting executive officers and deans
on the commission.
At yesterday's m e e t i n g, De
Grieck and SGC President Marty
Scott expressed concern that six
voting administrators on the com-
mission - three deans and three
executive officers - would block
proposals for changes in the meth-
ods by which budget priorities are
"Since the deans and the ex-
ecutive officers are the ones main-
ly involved in setting budget pri-
orities," Scott said, "they would
probably be hesitant to support
proposals for changing the
In support of keeping the num-
ber of voting administrators at
six, Vice President for Academic
Affairs Allan Smith said he be-
lieved the committee would be
most effective if there were equal
representation from all groups
concerned with the budget-mak-
ing process - students, faculty
members. deans, and executive
VP Allan Smith