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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, August 18, 1970

Tuesday, August 18, 1970

THE MICHIGAN OAILY

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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phoue 764-0557
12 Noon Deadline Monday through Friday,10:00 to 3:00 12 Noon Deadline

Violations

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HELP WANTED LOST AND FOUND PERSONAL
FART TIME BABYSITTER One child FOUND-2-3 mo. old kitten, black and SUNDAY SPECIAL 1-6 P.M. UNION
Begin Sept. MWF a.m, 662-8337. 42H71 white; also found fluffy black kitten. BILLIARDS $1/HR., TABLE TENNIS 50c
FIGHT WATER POLLUTION £ 761-3884. AD71 30F71
Five-
openings full or part time. Manage- LOST BY FOREIGN STUDENT VIS- GRAD student needs back issues of
ment high income potential. Marian ITOR-Man's gold wrist watch with LOOK, LIFE, and POST magazines.
Ottow, 4310 Mill St.. Grandville, metal band, in Union washroom Please contact Cathy, 662-0416. 36F70
Mich, 401170 Please return to Union desk, AD71 -------
_.___..__- WITH ONLY 4 days until his wedding,
ROOM AND BOARD in exchange for FOUND--Gold and white Basset, otter Rich shouldn't be sitting here doing
15 hrs. housework weekly (cook sup- skin collar, also long haired black the classifieds!! The Blurb. FD69
per, ironing, etc.) Mon,-Fri. Weekends I and white poodle. 761-3882. S. Univ. - -
off. Transportation needed. 663-2379 and Washtenaw. AD70 Union open during Exams and Break,
or 764-0497. 41H71 -___ BARBER, BILLIARDS, BOWLING,
j FOUND - Pair man's grey and black STAND. 31F71
COCKTAIL WAITRESSES glasses in blue case near IM build- I---
Full or part time. Apply 208 W. Huron. ing. 769-7467 after 5, AD69 MATURE SINGLE MAN wishes to meetj

32H71.
ATTENTION STUDENT HUSBANDS 1
Put your wives to work (full or part,
time), applications now being taken'
for PHT (putting hubby through).
Inquire today, 971-8700. 39H71
WANTED - Live-in help for retired
University couple, housekeeping and
some nursing, care, individual or
couple, pleasant living quarters. 668-
7144 mornliws or evenings. 36H717
BABYSITTER 3-5 hrs./day, 3-5 days a
week. 971-7364. 37H71
WANTED - Male undergrad to assist
professor in wheelchair in return for
room and board. 761-9034 after 5.
38171
Registered Nurse
Day shift intmodern, pleasant, extended]
care facility. 761-3800. 35H71

LOST-3 mo. old kitten. Female, sortj
of calico, predominately dark with
orange stripe running up nose. Is
under medication. Please contact Kris
or Pat at 508 Elm or leave message
at 769-0988. 44A69
LOST-Woman's prescription sunglasses
at AA Bank on S. Univ. 8/11. 761-2780.
45A69
LOST -Borrowed gold and pearl brace-
let, vic. S. Univ. and Tappan, Wed,
Please call Susan, 761-7060. 46A69
SUNSHINE IS LOST
REWARD for lost brown labrador pup-
py, 5-6 wks. old, vicinity E. Univ.
and Hill. Call Zeke Gabbard, 971-1766,
663-9373. A71
FOUND - Champaign colored female
kitten, adorable, owner or interested
party call 665-5364 or 764-4080. AD66
FOUND -Keys on Packard. 761-6784.
AD66

attractive intelligent cultured woman
for Companionship. Box 14, Mich,
Daily. 32F71
PRETTY FACE, with body, needed for
photo modelling. Remuneration ne-
gotiable. Phone 769-9493, FD71
BOB ROCKAWAY is finally leaving
{Ann Arbor.
To all his friends he wishes self-
fulfillment and peace. It has been a{
privilege knowing you. 25F69.
BILLIARD EXHIBITION,
JIMMY CARAS3
Union Ballroom, Sept. 16, 7 & 9 P.M.
Advance Tickets $1, At Door $1.25
33F71
FREE HEALTHY happy parakeet to
kind home. With cage and extras.
Call 761-0135. 34F70
SAVE $75-500 the day you buy her
diamond.
AUSTIN DIAMOND, 1209 S. University
663-7151
F

PERSONAL
SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BLUES FES-I
TIVAL-With an estimated loss of
from ten to twenty thousand dollars
the blues festival may die. Send do-
nations to the Blues Festival, Mich-
igan Union. FD71!
- WEDDINGS and PORTRAITS
Professional photography by Richard
Lee, Inc. at rates YOU can afford.
Call 761-9452 to see portfolio. FD71
PLAYBOY type models needed. Highest
earnings if you qualify. State age, etc.I
Photo if possible. Reply: Box 15,1
Whitmore Lake. 22F71
BIO. FREAK seeks adoptable female
companion to share scenery, cooking,
and tent for trip to green mts. and
Maine wilderness. Ph. 663-0760. 28F71
ONE WEEK FROM TODAY IT WILL
OFFICIALLY BE RICHERYL . . . the
blurb. FD681
STEREO REPAIR
amplifiers, tunersj
turntables,
and tape decks
serviced by experienced,
qualified technicians
using finest test equipment.
Service manager available Tuesday
Call or stop by 'anytime
769-4700
Hi Fi Buys
618 S. Main, AA
29F

PERSONAL
NOTICE TO MICHIGAN DAILY BOX
HOLDERS. MAIL IS IN THE FOL-
LOWING BOXES: 55, 15. FD
WIN A FREE GAME 3 P.M. MON.-SAT.
SUNDAY 3/$1 UNION LANES,
AIR-COND. 35F71
AUTO TUNE-UP AND REPAIR, ludi-
crously reasonable: Student. 662-6746.
40F59
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOMS AVAIL. in legal fraternity.
free parking, grad students preferred.
Stop at 502 E. Madison or call 761-
9220. 14E71
ROOM AND BOARD in exchange for
light bookkeeping and occasional
babysitting. 971-6005. 13E71
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FREE LOVE CAN BE YOURS-Collie-
labradors need home where their
love will be returned. They are free.
Call 663-3815, 21T71
FREE KITTEN
7 mos. old, all shots, housebroken.
Call eves., 769-1974, if no answer, call
455-0709. 20T71
WANTED TO BUY
WANT TO BUY used dehumidifier.
Must work. Phone 665-8047 after 6
p.m. 35K71
TYPEWRITER ELECTRIC
Portable and workable, E71-0047.
32K

Mideast peace
JERUSALEM (4P) - Israeli Foreign Minister Eban said he c
Abba Eban charged yesterday that Egypt still "immaterial whet
is moving missiles into the Suez Canal area into the forbidde
and he assailed the United States for failing 12 hours after the
to heed his government's complaints. force. The former9
Israel has supplied the U.S. government, as is. The distinction
author and guarantor of the cease-fire, with The criticism vc
"precisely defined" evidence of Egyptian vio- particularly signif
lations, Eban said. He added that there was tion as a dove in
no crisis between Jerusalem and Washington Cabinet. He was o
but it was important that the United States of accepting the
and Israel "establish the facts together."
He said Israel's agreement to participate in Giving details of
peace talks with the Arab states remains valid said last Thursda
despite the alleged cease-fire violations but plaint and eviden
the "major urgency" must be devoted to clear- truce supervisionc
ing up the violations issue. States that soonE
Speaking at a crowded news conference, siderable number
Eban presented details of what he 'said were were brought up.
Egyptian missile movements shortly after the Also on Thursd
U.S.-initiated truce and military standstill went ployment in the f
into effect at midnight Aug. 7 and new con- acquired and pas
struction of missile sites in recent days.
Eban took issue with remarks made Sunday In addition, on
by Secretary .of Defense Melvin Laird. Laird was revealed in pr
said the Israeli charges are difficult to prove places for the es
or disprove and urged the Mideast nations to corollary equipme
continue toward peace talks Laird declared "Other such act
he did not think it served any purpose to dis- he declined to give
cuss what occurred during the 12 hours before presented to the U
and after the cease-fire went into effect. government.

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-Associated Press
Up the revolution
Betty Friedan, leader in the women's liberation fight. speaks to
a Sunday night session of the National Student Association Con-
gress on sexism.~Mrs. Friedan said women represent 53 per cent of
the adult population and called for a women's revolution because
women are segregated into the most menial jobs in industry.

Full or part

BARMAIDS
time. Apply 208 W. Huron.
31H71
FOR SALE
-10 inch Patter's wheel;
9 hiking boots. 662-7671.
23B70

FOR SALE-
new size

MOVING - Household miscellaneous
furnishings, great student buys. 1115
Clark Drive, Ypsi. 6-9 p.m. Aug.
19-21. 24B71
GE 200 STTEREO record player. Good
condition, inexpensive. Call Debbie at
665-4830 or 764-0562. BD70
HOUSEHOLD GOODS - Everything we
have now thru Aug. 18th. 323 John
St., 769-3942, 22869
STEREO RECORD PLAYER for sale.
Inexpensive, good condition. Call
Debbie at 764-0562 or 665-4830. BD70
DAVIS TENNIS RACKET, excellent
shape, $10. Call 761-1463. 19B70
TRADE OR SELL '63 Buick Special
convertible, MG 1100 doesn't run,
Phillips AM-FM radio tape deck, for
bicycle or motorcycle. 662-6454 or
764-9140. 20B70
MUST SELL 1969 HONDA 90, excellent
condition. Call 483-3594. 16B71
HEAD 320 SKIS, Scott poles and Tylolia
bindin s. Call 761-2927. B69
1968 CHAMPION Mobile Home, 12 ft. x
60 ft., 2 bdrin., carpeted living room,
17 miles from AA, may remain on
presernt site, exc. cond., terms avail-
able, located in modern park. 662-
3803. 48868
PHOTO SUPPLIES
AT CENTURY
The Best in
Good Used Cameros
WE BUY. SELL, TRADE
Everything Photographic
DARKROOM SUPPLIES
LUMINOUS PAPER
Repairs on all makes
Century Camera
(At our new location)
4254 N. Woodward, Royal Oak
Between 13 and 14 Mile Rd.
LI 9-6355
Take 1-94 to Southfield Expr. North to
13 Mile Road-then East to
Woodward and North
(Michigan Bdnk,Security and Diner
Charges accepted)
1Dt.
BUSINESS SERVICES
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
work in her home. Thesis, technical
typing, stuffing etc. IBM selectric.
Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 12Jtc
MULTI PLE
TYPING
SERVICE
Thesis Service
Papers
Dissertations
General office and Secretarial Work
Pick-Up and Delivery
Available
Prompt Service
CIALL 485-2088
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SHOP JACOBSON'S MONDAY 'TIL 9:00 P.M. TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY 9:30A.M. TO 5:30 P.M.
OPEN AGAIN ALL DAY SATURDAY

Songer criticizes police

PLAN INJUNCTION FIGHT

actions at Goose

Lake

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in stripes that skim down
the top of our tunic-pant
set. . .with a wide
waist-shaping belt.
It's all done in a
smooth-touch acetate knit
in purple/grey or
red/grey. Sizes 5-13P.
$32.

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LANSING (/P) - Richard Songer, the man
behind the controversial Goose Lake Rock Fes-
tival, criticized police yesterday for the way
they handled open drug sales during the event
and promised a hard-line, self-policing system
next time.
At the same time, Songer said he would
continue a court fight over a second festival.
slated for one day during the Labor Day week-
end.
Jackson County Circuit Judge John Dalton
yesterday ordered the Goose Lake Park closed
pending a court hearing later this month on
alleged unlawful activities at the park during
the rock festival.
Songer told a Senate committee that push-
ers would find "one of the luckiest things that
would happen would be getting handed over
to the state police."
Sheriff's Department officials and the state
police, he said, had told park management to
"play it cool" during the recent festival, "they
said 'don't worry-about it . .. we'll handle it,'"
he said.
Sheriff Charles Southworth said, however,
that he had told Songer "he was way off base
if he thought we were going to police his

backyard" - the private park on Goose Lake,
owned by Songer.
Southworth said he would not have sent
officers into the park if there had been 200
available.
"It's not a matter of numbers," Songer de-
clared. "It's a matter of guts. You've got to
go in there and get them (pushers) out."
County prosecutor Bruce Barton pointed out
that there was no violence during the three-
day event, despite a crowd he estimated as
high as 250,000. Songer said the crowd totaled
75,000 at peak.
Barton added that he believed the situation
was handled "magnificently" - except for the
drug problem. Asked why the national guard
had not been used to police the festival, Barton
shot back:
"If we'd sent the national guard into that
park, it would have made Kent State look
like a Sunday school picnic."
The comments came during a six-hour non-
stop public hearing held by the Senate Com-
mittee on Health, Social services and Retire-
ment. Chairman N. Lorraine Beebe, (R-Dear-
born) said the committee planned no "witch-
hunt."

Four policc
in clash at W4
By ROB BIE
Four policemen were wounded,
black youths arrested yesterday as t
between police and baseball bat-swin
Three of the youths were arraig
court before Judge Pieter Tomassen.
with assault with intent to do gre
murder-a felony. He stood mute an
entered. Bond was set at $2,000 in cash
LeRoy Carter was charged with
by throwing a rock through a police c
guilty to the felony and bond was set a
Robert Gatson was released on i
standing mute to a charge of assault,
Injured were: Cpl. Richard Cyga
Patrolman Kerry Smith, 20 stitches
James Robinson, three stitches, bru
Hitchingham, bruises.
According to Ann Arbor Police Ch
and Smith responded to a report of a
around 2:20 p.m. Krasny said two
accosted by a group of blacks, but ha
He said when the officers caugi
tempted to question them, "They we
12 to 15 blacks." Krasny said he cou
attack.
Blacks who were at the park, h
when a rock was thrown through a i
police retaliated by "busting heads." 1
some youths grabbed baseball bats anc

Child care
organizers
seek new site
Organizers of the University
child care center and members
of a committee appointed by
President Fleming to study the
feasibility of a day care center
will meet this morning to dis-
cuss a permanent location for
the center.
Throughout the summer, a
volunteer staff has been operat-
ing a "drop-in" center for the
children of University students
and employes in a dining room
in Mary Markley residence hall.
However, the center will have to
vacate Markley at the end of
the week to make way for in-
coming students, and so far no
new location has been found.
Center organizers 'say the
most recent offer for a perma-
nent site from the University
"entails accepting an undis-
closed location, sight unseen."

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