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-fNE MICHIGAI DAILY

ednesday, Augtst 19, 1970

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Wednesday, August 19, 1970

"rHE MICHIGA DAILY

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

Deadly gas

USED CARS
FOR SALE 1962 VW Kharman Ghia
Inquire at 524 S Forest, AA. 20N71
1967 VALIANT Slant 6 engine, trans.,
body, all in excellent condition. Call
665-9616. 21N71
VW, 1965 Black sedan. Well cared for;
one owner. 769-0510 22N71
VW BUS, 1967 Excellent condition, en-
gine with warranty, best bid over
$1300. See at 1469 Univ. Terrace, No.
1320. 23N71
1969 BMW 2002
Singi red, quartz lights, Halda, slight
engine mnods, one owner, perfect con-
dition, price negotiable. Craig, 769-
0227, early evenings. ND71
FOR SALE-1964 Triumph Spitfire. $500
or best offer. Call 769-5031 after 4.
1969 FIAT 850 Spider--Excellent condi-
tion. Call 663-9214 persistently. 19N71
1967 MG-B-GT, excellent car for college
student with sporting urge, Good
condition, low mileage, many extras.
Call Bill after 4 at 761-2802. 18N71
'65 BUICK Skylark, standard, 8 cyl.,
good cond., orig. owner. Call 665-
7551. 15N70
1968 SHELBY Cobra GT-500, red, 13,000
miles, exc. cond., best offer. 434-1942.
9N71
'61 LE SABRE BUICK in good running
shape; slightly damaged body. $250
neg. Call 769-0024. ND70
HELP WANTED
PAINTERS immediately. 665-7181. 431171
PART TIME HELP - Telephone and
office with some sales. For appoint-
ment- 662-4550. 44H71
BABY SITTER for 2 yr. old boy, Mon.-
Fri., 12:30-5:30 pm w live in or out,
761-9608. 45H71
PART TIME BABYSITTER. One child,
Begin Sept. MWF a.m. 662-8337. 421171
FIGHT WATER POLLUTION Fi'
openings full or part time. Manage-
ment--high income potential. Marian
Ottow, 4310 Mill St., Grandville,
Mich. 401170
ROOM AND BOARD in exchange for
15 hrs. housework weekly (cook sup-
per. ironing, etc.) Mon-Fri. Weekends
of Transportation needed 663-2379
or 764-0497 41H71
COCKTAIL. WAITRESSES
Full or pan ltne Apply 20 W. Huron.
32H71
ATl"ENTION SI UDENT 1-HUSBANDS
Put your wives to work (full or part
t"e), applications now being taken
for PH'I' {putting hubby through)
Inquire today, 971-8700. 391171
WANTED Live-in help for retired
University couple, housekeeping and
some nursing care, individual or
couple, pleasant living quart er. 668-
7144 mornings or evenings. 361171
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.
38H71
Registered Nurse
Day shift in modern, pleasant, extended
care facility. 761-3800. 35171
BARMAIDS
Full or part time. Apply208 W. Huron.
31H71
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
RECORDS!
Oldies! 20,000 in Stock. Send 35c
for 2,000 listing catalog. Mail Or-
ders Filled. RECORD CENTER,
1895 W. 25th-Cleve., Ohio. Record
Tapes. 31X1
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments, acces-
sories, David lessons-repairs. Gibson,
Harmony. 209 S. State. 665-8001. 10-7
p.m. X
CHARMING OLD PIANO-TUNED
Great shape, will negotiate. 761-2743.
18X71
GIBSON CLASSIC (unfinished) guitar.
$140/best offer. Call 769-0024. XD70
BUSINESS SERVICESw
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desire
work in her home. Thesis, technical
typing, stuffing etc. IBM selectric
Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 12Jtc
MULTIPLE
TYPING
SERVICE
Thesis ervice
Papers
Dissertations
General Office and Secretarial Work

Pick-Up rand Delivery
Available
Prompt Service
CALL 485-2086
itc

LOST AND FOUND
FOUND - Dark grey on white male
kitten, 3 mo., Union vicinity, Tues.
769-2984. AD71
FOUND-White cat, about 6 mo. old,'
yellow eyes, vic. Fifth Ave. and Wash-
ington. 663-6358. AD71
FOUND-Grey and white kitten, male,
3 mo. old, S. Division and Packard
area. 665-3279. AD71
FOUND-2-3 mo. old kitten, black and
white; also found fluffy black kitten.
761-3884. AD71
LOST BY FOREIGN STUDENT VIS-
ITOR-Man's gold wrist watch with
metal band, in Union washroom.
Please return to Unionndesk. AD7
FOUND-Gold and white Basset, otter
skin collar, also long haired black
and white poodle. 761-3882. S. Univ.
and Washtenaw. AD70
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 colorednfemale
kitten, adorable, owner or interested
party call 665-5364 or 764-4080. AD66
FOUND - Keys on Packard, 761-6784.
AD66
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
DUCATI 160, 1969, excellent condition,
also 2 helmets, cover. 761-4756. 2Z71
FOR SALE-2 English racers, 1 with
infant seat. 6 mo .old. $40 apiece, $75
the pair. 761-4756. 3Z71
FOR SALE-1968 Harley Sportster-Best
offer. Call 761-4983. 1Z71
BSA 441cc SHOOTING STAR, 1968, new
in 1969. Best offer over $700, includes
tools, helmets, insurance. 769-1123.
50Z71
'69 350 HONDA SCRAMBLER-Excellent
condition, owned by Honda mechanic.
6-12 p.m., 662-9738. ZD71

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-10 inch Patter's wheel;
new size 9 hiking boots. 662-7671.
23B70
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
STEREO RECORD PLAYER for sale.
Inexpensive, good condition. Call
Debbie at 764-0562 or 665-4830. BD7O
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. 16871
1968 CHAMPION Mobile Home, 12 ft. x
60 ft., 2 bdrm., carpeted living room,
17 miles from AA, may remain on
present site, exc. cond., terms avail-
able, located in modern park. 662-
3803. 48B68

PERSONAL PERSONAL
FAR OUT PORCH SALE! SUNDAY SPECIAL 1-6 P.M. UNION
Wed. and Thurs., 1-8 p.m. 1328 Minerva BILLIARDS $1/HR., TABLE TENNIS 50c
(off S. Forest). 37F71 30F71
WOMEN; GAY LIBERATION MEETING GRAD student needs back issues of
FRIDAY, 8:00, 824 McKINLEY. CALL LOOK, LIFE, and POST magazines.
761-6310. 38F70 Please contact Cathy, 662-0416. 36F70
JIMMY CARAS-UNION BALLROOM MATURE SINGLE MAN wishes to meet
BILLIARD EXHIBITION attractive intelligent cultured woman
Advance Tickets $1, At Door $1.25 I for Companionship, Box 14, Mich.
SEPTEMBER 16, 7 & 9 P.M. 33n pB4Dailh32F71
33F71 Dly. 3F1
UNION open during Exams and Break.
BLURB-Try not to cry at Rich and Barber, Billiards, Bowling, Stand,
Cheryl's wedding; look at it this 31F71
way-we're not. losing a salesman, PRETTY FACE, with body, needed for
we're gaining a Mrs. Display Dept. photo modelling. Remuneration ne-
gotiable. Phone 769-9493. FD71
TO JOE IN ROSLYN: FREE HEALTHY happy parakeet to
I'll probably be home (or on the way) kind home. With cage and extras.
by the time you read this - THE Call 761-0135. 34F70
BLURB. FD70 WIN A FREE GAME 3 P.M. MON.-SAT.
SUN. 3/$1 UNION LANES, AIR-COND.
THE ONLY PLACE in Ann Arbor to! 35F71
buy her diamond engagement ring.
CHECK IT'
AUSTIN DIAMOND ! Creative Photography
1209 S. University 663-7151 WEDDINGS and portraits. Professionai

sunk- l
ABOARD USS HARTLEY (A",)
- The rusting Liberty ship Le-
Baron Russell Briggs and its
controversial cargo of deadly
nerve gas plunged to a grave
three miles deep in the Atlan-
tic Ocean off the Florida coast
yesterday.
"It was almost silent as it
went down, but when it hit bot-
tom there was a t h u d and
sounds like parts of the ship
and timber breaking up," said
Lt. Edward Gibson, operations
officer of the destroyer escort
Hartley, who followed t h e
Brigg's descent on sonar.
The dilapidated World War
II freighter, carrying 12,540
rockets of GB nerve gas and a
single cannister 'of more toxic
VX nerve gas in its bowels, was
sunk deliberately in a longtime
munitions dump 283 miles east
of Cape Kennedy, Fla.
The Army, claiming the nerve
gas had been leaking inside its

steel - jacketed v a u I t s for
months, had said it feared it
would only be a matter of time
before the gas seeped into rock-
et propellant and detonated.
The 442-foot Briggs slipped
below the surface at 3:53 p.m.
EDT, four hours and six min-
utes after a team of ordinance
specialists opened flood valves
deep in the holds of the vessel.
The ship reeled slowly at first.
Then, when about h alI f sub-
merged, the holds began gulp-
ing huge amounts of water and
in 30 seconds the hulk disap-
peared stern first, leaving only
a large geyser of white foam be-
hind. Two two tugs blasted their
whistles in final salute.
"It w e n t almost straight
down," said Lt. Gibson. "At the
end there was a lot of noise and
rocking for about two minutes
before it finished."

WANT
Must
p.m.

WANTED TO BUY
TO BUY used dehumidifier.
work. Phone 665-8047 after 6
35K71

F
NOTICE TO MICHIGAN DAILY BOX
HOLDERS. MAIL IS IN THE FOL-
LOWING BOXES: 55, 15. FD
PAINTING - Student desires painting
jobs, inside and outside. Four years
experience. Call 662-4736. FD
WEDDINGS and PORTRAITS
Professional photography by Richard
Lee, Inc. at rates YOU can afford.
Call 761-9452 to see portfolio. FD71

quality at student rates. Call John
Evans at 769-0053 for appointment to
see portfolio. F60
SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BLUES FES-
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
AUTO TUNE-UP AND REJ'AIR, ludi-
crously reasonable. Student. 662-6746.
40F59

19703 HONDA 450. 761-3905.

46Z71I

A NAVY SHIP carrying 418 coffins of lethal nerve gas plunges to the boti

WANTED TO RENT
MALE UNDERGRAD. needs apt. from
Sept. 1 thru December only. Call
769-2729 after 6 p.m. 44L71
FEMALE GRAD student wants to share
an apartment with- one or more other
grad student(s). 761-3910. 45L71
OWN BEDROOM in house or apart-
ment with cooking for fall. Near
campus. Under $80. 761-6547. 18L71
FEMALE GRAD needs apt. to share for
fall. Prefer own zoom. Lee, 663-7718,
evenings. 41L71
WISH TO BE 4th man in apartment.
Call Al, 352-6730. 42L71
ROOM WANTED, liberal management,
max. $16/wk., senior, cngaged. 1-626-
5827. 40L71
PERSONAL
PLAYBOY type models eeded. Highest
earnings if you qualify. State age, etc.
Photo if possible. Reply: Box 15,
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

-ACTION

MOTORCYCLE tune-up and service. By
appointment only. Call 665-3114 26Z71
TRANSPORTATION
ALASKA, WASHINGTON or wESTERN
CANADA-I want a ride to any of
these places as soon as possible. Will
share expenses. Please call 769-3215.
GD7
WANTED - RIDE to Washington, D.C.
Would like to leave Ann Arbor
around August 20th. Will share ex-
penses. Call Bill Alterman at the
Daily, 764-0552. GD70

with
Daily Classifieds

MAGNETIC TAPE SYSTEMS

By LEE KIRK
The University Club of Chicago, in a
strongly worded resolution, has request-
ed that University administrators take
whatever steps are necessary to avoid
shutdowns such as the one which oc-
curred during the BAM strike.
The resolution, passed by alumni
club's -Board of Governors, "requests the
President . . . and t h e administration
of the University to take all steps re-
quired, including the use of la w en-
forcement officers a n d the National,
Guard, if necessary, to insure that the
University shall remain open at all
times (and) that classes shall be con-
ducted without interruption . ."
The resolution states that "the read-
iness of University officials to acquiesce
to force" has alarmed club members,
who feel that "academic freedom must
be protected."
The resolution also expresses con-
cern that students and professors were
intimidated during the BAM strike.
"(L)arge numbers of students did not
attend class out of fear for their own
safety," the resolution contends, "many
professors cleosd their classrooms in
fear . . . for the physical safety of their

students, and acts of violance and dis-
ruption occurred in classrooms, and on
campus ..."
A club spokesman contacted yester-
day said the resolution was not a direct
condemnation of University President
Robben Fleming and the Regents. How-
ever, he noted that "the wording seems
to exhibit the club's feeling- It is our
stand that the University should remain
open."
The spokesman also said t h at al-
though the resolution was passed by the
club's Board of Governors, he was con-
fident that it expressed the opinion of
the majority of club members. "Ill
fact," he added, "I don't believe we
have received one phone call or letter
unfavorable to the resolution since we
released it."
The resolution also notes that "ath-
letic events at the University may be
cancelled by disruptive tactics w h i c h
will result in a loss . . . of thousands
of dollars," and recommends that ath-
letic events proceed on schedule with-
out interruption.
There has been concern on some
campuses that student demonstrations
could spread to the gridiron.

Alumni club hits U'
handling of strike

Iraq pledges I

By The Associated Press
Iraq told Jordan yesterday that its
12,000 troops there will back Palestinian
guerrillas in any naw showdown with
the Jordanian army.
The warning came a day after Arab
guerrillas claimed that King Hussein was
massing troops and armor outside Am-
man in preparation for a crackdown
against commandos.
"Iraqi troops on the eastern front-
Syria and Jordan-have already been
placed at the disposal of the Palestinian
resistance movement in Amman," an
Iraqi government spokesman said.
The statement over Baghdad radio was
in the form of comment on talks under-
way in the Iraqi capital between leaders
of the ruling Baathist Socialist party
and Al Fatah guerrilla leader Yasir Ara-
fat, who arrived there Sunday night.
Several hundred Arab commandos and
civilians were reported killed or wounded
in Amman during open warfare between
the army and guerrillas in June.
Relations between Cairo and Iraq,
meanwhile, moved another step toward
an open break. The semiofficial Egyptian
newspaper Al Ahram said the Iraqi gov-
ernment has put the Egyptian Embassy

in Baghdad un
five Egyptian
the detention
Baathists. Re
Arab nations v
month-long I
President Gam
ance of the U.;
Al Ahram sa
bassy and its
were surround{
who were sears
leaving.
The newspar
enment of "ul
unjustified har
tionals.
In Washingt
disclosedthat
along the Isla
to check obse
agreement.
Press officer
the flights are
of the cease-fi
over Israeli-c
spokesman saic
that the flight

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NSA told
kidnapings
freed Huey.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (P) -=-Tom
Hayden, one of the Chicago 7
conspiracy defendants, said yes-
terday Black Panther Huey
Newton was released from jail
because President Nixon feared
the possibility of kidnapings like
the ones in Latin America where
hostages have been held in ex-
change for the release of po-
litical prisoners.
Speaking before delegates to
the National Student Associa-
tion 23rd annual Congress, Hay-
den said:
"'Huey Newton is out thanks
to guerrillas of Uruguay, thanks
to Brazilian kidnapers ... peo-
ple who are able to create a
threat t h e government wasn't
able to deal with."
He said, "Nixon and V i c e
President Spiro T. Agnew know
it is going to happen to them
unless something is done to
calm down frustrations."
Newton went free on $50,000
bail Aug. 5 and was ordered to
return to court Sept. 23 for set-
ting of a date for his new trial
in connection w i t h the 1967
killing of a. policeman.

Open hearin
new LSA A~

By LINDSAY CHANEY
The role of graduate students
in a proposed LSA student-fac-
ulty assembly was among ques-
tions aired at an open hearing
yesterday to discuss recommen-
dations of t h e Committee on
Establishment of an LSA: Gov-
erning Council.
The hearing was the first in a
series designed to give individ-
ual faculty members and stu-
dents the opportunity to make
recommendations c o c e r n-
ing the new assembly.
A tentative proposal by the
committee was released August
13, and recommends that most
kovernmental functions of the
literary college be handled by a
representative assembly com-
posed of 40 students and 40 fac-
ulty members.
At present, the Governing
Faculty is the sole authority in
the LSA college. This Govern-
ing Faculty is composed of all
faculty members who wish to
attend the meetings. Under the
new proposal, the governing
faculty would still retain a ve-
to power over Assembly decis-
ions, and could initiate legisla-

tion,
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ably
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voice
meth
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conter
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the 8
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An American soldier in Vietnam searches the body of a slain
North Vietnamese soldier looking for identification and other
papers that might reveal his unit.

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