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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-9557
12 Noon Deadline Monday through Friday, 10:00 to 3:00 12 Noon Deadline

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USED CARS

1967,'MGB3-G T. 1-868-6094.

24N71

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
(5-9616. 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
Singal red, quartz lights, Halda, slight
engine mods, 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
1968 SHELBY Cobra GT-500, red. 13,000
miles, exc. cond., best offer 434-1942.
9N71
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - One grey kitty in vicinity of
Village Bell. Leave message for Rob
Bier at 764-0552. AD71
FOUND Beie girl .s. wliet on I ill Sun.
night. 662-5447, AD71
FOUND - D1ark grey on white male
kitten, 3 m. o , Union vicinity, Tues.
7691-2W8, AD71

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HELP WANTED
STUDENT to assist physically disabledj
female student in exchange for room
and board during fall term at U. of
M. For information call Yvonne
Durry at the Parkview Med. Center,
764-2117 or with Joe Fisher, 763-2375.
46H7
PAINTERS immediately. 665-7181. 43H71
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 p.m., live in or out.
761-9608. 451171
PART TIME BABYSITTER. One child.
Begin Sept. MWF a.m. 662-8337. 42H71
ROOM AND BOARD in exchange for
15 hrs. housework weekly (cook sup-
per, ironing, etc.) Mon.-Fri. Weekends
off. Transportation needed. 663-2379
or 764-0497. 411171
32H711
ATTENTION STUDENT HUSBANDS
Put your wives to work (full or part
time), applications now being taken
for PHT (putting hubby through).
Inquire today, 971-8700. 391171

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.
GD71
WANTED TO BUY
WANT TO BUY used dehumidifier.
Must work. Phone 665-8047 after 6
p.m. 35K71
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
FEMALE GRAD needs apt. to share for
fall. Prefer own room, Lee, 663-7718,
evenings. 411L71
WISH TO BE 4th man in apartment. 1
Call Al, 352-6730. - 42L71
ROOM WANTED, liberal management,
max. $16/wk., senior, engaged. 1-626-
5827. 40L71
FOR SALE
T.-TO- .. .10 ......._. . -
TEKTRONIX type 310 O-scope and

PERSONAL
MAKE LOVE, NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
AUSTIN DIAMOND
1209 S. University
663-7151

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PERSONAL
To the Business Staff from THE
BLURB-Try not to cry'at Rich and
Cheryl's wedding; look at it this
way-we're not losing a salesman.
we're gaining a Mrs. Display Dept.
Manager! FD71
NOTICE TO MICHIGAN DAILY BOX
HOLDERS. MAIL IS IN THE FOL-
LOWING BOXES: 55, 15. PD)
PAINTING - Student desires painting
jobs, inside and outside. Four years
experience. Call 662-4736. FD

MANY PEOPLE will not find apart-
ments this Fall. Want to lend them
your tent? (first wk. of Sept.). If you
have a TENT you can spare call us
from 10-5 at 763-3102. FD71
WEEKLY encounter groups. Interper-
sonal confrontation and emotional
re-education. Call 663-7616. 42F71
PLAYBOY type models needed. Highest
earnings if you qualify. State age, etc.
Photo if possible. Reply: Box 15,1
Whitmore Lake. 22F71j
BIO. FREAK seeks adoptable female
companion to share scenery, cooking,
and tent for trip to green mts. and
Maine wilderness. Ph. 663-0760. 28F71
FAR OUT PORCH SALE!
Wed. and Thurs., 1-8 p.m. 1328 Minerva
(off S. Forest). 37F71
JIMMY CARAS-UNION BALLROOM
BILLIARD EXHIBITION
Advance Tickets $1, At Door $1.25
SEPTEMBER 16, 7 & 9 P.M.
33F71
AUTO TUNE-UP AND REPAIR, ludi-
crously reasonable. Student, 662-6746.
40F5M
HI FI
REPAIR
Quality Equipment
Experienced-Qua lifiedTechrncis s
GuLaranitee
HI Fl BUYS
618 S. Main, AA
769-4700

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CI ild-car
By ERIKA HOFF
The University child care center yesterday received
a one week extension on its present location in
Mary Markley residence, but no permanent site has
been designated yet. Without the extension the center
would have had to vacate Markley tomorrow.
Two weeks ago a child care center committee headed
by education school Dean Wilbur Cohen, planned a
closed meeting with representatives from the Uni-
versity housing office reportedly to discuss a per-
manent location for the center. The committee was
appointed by President Robben Fleming to study the
feasibility of a permanent University day care center.
However, child care center organizers found out
about the planned meeting and were eventually al-
lowed to be present.
As a result of that meeting a University-owned
house on the corner of E. University St. and S. Uni-
versity St. was promised as a permanent location for
the center. According to plans formulated then ,the
child care center was to move into two rooms on the
bottom floor of the house once they vacated Markley
and would eventually occupy all of the first and

second floors when renovations were completed.
Last week, however, Cohen informed center or-
ganizers that they could not have the house because
it does not meet state fire standards.
He later admitted that the University is exempt
from such state regulations but maintained the child
care center could not occupy the building reportedly
because of the "moral indignation" of having young
children in a building that is a "firetrap."
Center organizers countered this argument point-
ing out that the building presently houses several
University offices. In addition, organizers said, the
Northwood apartment complexes on North Campus
do not meet state fire standards, and the Univer-
sity does not seem concerned about the safety of
children living there.
The only location the University is presently offer-
ing as a permanent site for the child care center is
in a civil defense building on North Campus. Center
organizers maintain they need a central campus
location in order to adequately service the mothers
who use the center.
Organizers of the child care center also express

center

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fear that once they accept
-even on a temporary bas
make any further effort to
centrally located. "We're f
to North Campus and forgo
At a meeting between
qnd center organizers Tues
on E. University St. coult
manent location, but the L
to get a variance on the s
that is accomplished, he
to accept a temporary sit
Attorney Don Koster, w
center organizers, says it :
the University to seek a
doesn't apply to them.
Other suggestions made
that the center occupy a v
Campus until another sit
center accept the civil defe
Campus, as a permanent
campus location became ai
center later.

WANTED - Live-in help for retired Getzen "Doc Severensin" trumpet.
University couple, housekeeping and Call Chris at 761-6867 or 761-7504.
some nursing care, individual or 25B71
couple, pleasant living quarters. 668-
7144 mornings or evenings. 36H71 UPRIGHT PIANO, $100 or best offer,
Y/761-4454 or 764-6488 after 6:30 p.m.
BABYSITTER 3-5 hrs./day, 3-5 days a 26871
week. 971-7364. 37H71
WATE -Maeunerra tLOVING oueol milscellaneous
WANTEDa- Male undergrad to ,ssist furnishings,geat student buys. 1115
professor in wheelchair in return for Clark Drive, Ypsi. 6-9 p.m. Aug.
room and board. 761-9034 after 5. 19-21, 24B71
381H71
MUST SELL 1969 HONDA 90, excellent
Registered Nurse condition. Call 483-3594. 16B71

WEDDINGS and PORTRAITS
Professional photography by Richard
Lee, Inc. at rates YOU can afford.
Call 761-9452 to see portfolio. FD71
SUNDAY SPECIAL 1-6 P.M. UNION
BILLIARDS $1/HR., TABLE TENNIS 50c
30F71
MATURE SINGLE MAN wishes to meet
attractive intelligent cultured woman
for Companionship. Box 14, Mich.
Daily. 32F71
UNION open during Exams and Break.
Barber, Billiards, Bowling, Stand.
31F71
PRETTY FACE, with body, needed for
photo modelling. Remuneration ne-
gotiable. Phone 769-9493. FD71
WIN A FREE GAME 3 P.M. MON.-SAT.
* SUN. 3 $1 UNION LANES, AIR-COND.
35F71
LONELY never-had-a-family but wants
to start now, liberal U-M female grad.
24, needs, desires, wants long-term
living w/y oung (early 30's) liberal
(meaning you do lots to help PEO-
PLE), but organized, coherent family
w a couple of small youngsters (w lots
of dirty dishes and diapers) in ex-
change for room and board. Loving.
giving young woman who is going
through her identity crisis a lot later.
Will be workiiig 8-5 p.mi. but ca n he
available during that tune if cxi c n-
cies arise. Phone Mrs. Iirette (CAS
662-4534 or 662-1535 for informa;tionz
aboutiie. Carol.F
Try Daily Classifieds

1'JNL)4 ° ( about 6 mO. old D y s ithiin modern, pleasant, extended 6
ylow cvin. vie 1Nil I Ave-. ndt Wash- care facility. 761 -3800. 351171 19 CHMPO Mobile Hoe,1 rft. x
iiitoii , < 6 l t3ve-ad : :- ,refciit.A6134 3111 60 ft.. 2 bdrmn., carpeted living room,
BARMAIDS 17 miles from AA, may remain on
hNi Gre and wx ite kitten, male ll or part time. Apply 208 W. Huron. present site, ex . cond., terms avail-
1) o.odSDvisioni and IPackardl{ 311171 ablelocnated in modern park. 662-
ar. 65 7 AD7 803. 48868
I'OU'N l) %-s mo. old kitten, black and BIKES AND SCOOTERS PERSONAL
. ite; also fou fnu fyblack kitten.O
'61-3884. AD71 A n 67 G (r NIKON Tnf2 50mm, 135mm auto vivitar.
dition. ,.<,ustom pant. Call Chris at m-ibaectocfls
SBY IGN 1 T7 DlT'VIS- 761-6867 or '701-7504. 4271 ,j dget bag, electronic flash ard ac-
cessories. 1 year old, mint condition.
lITR Ma 0'.cold wrist wvatch with A 1 ,769-5907 after 6 pin. 33D71
nwtat banl in Union washroom D >UCA11 160, 1969, excel ent condition
__ __2 hr }ilnrc r n 76i1-47.56 77]

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Please ret orn to Union desk. AD7 I iso ne r eb., cover. a n.-rye. x*

SUNSHINE IS LOST
iIWRI) for bt hiown labrador pup
py. 5i-a xvks. old, vicinity E. Univ.
and 1ill, Cat Zeke Gabbard. 971-1766.
FOUND - Chamnpaiign colored female
kitten, adorable, owner or interested
party call 665-5364 or 764-4080. AD66
FOUND - Keys on Packard. 761-6784.
AD66
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
CHARMING OLD PIANO-TUNED
Great shape, will negotiate. 761-2743.
18X71
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs and
in tructions-209 S. State, 665-8001. X
For your next party;
PARTY 6 foot
4 foot
SUBS 3oot
2 foot
Mr. Mini s
Corner State & William
Call 761-1800
FOR VILLar6E
375 No-MAPLE RD.-769-1300
MON.-FRI. 8:15 ONLY
SAT.-SUN. 1:45-5:00-8:30
GEO)RG3 KARL
C. SC OTT/ MALDEN
ziPTTON" G U..

FOR SALE -2 English racers, 1 with
infait scat. 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
1970?. HONDA 450. 761-3905. 46271
MOTORCYCLE tune-up and service. By
appointment only. Call 665-3114. 26Z71

GAY LIB MEETING 8:30 TONIGHT
MICH. UNION 3X
39F71
Featutring:
WASH BOARD WILLIE AND THE
SUPERBSUDS OF RHYTHM. Thurs.
and Sundays beginning SUNDAY,
AUG. 23. CLINT'S CLUB, 111 E. Ann.
40F71
MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY Association
needs volunteers for the Jerry Lewis
Labor Day Telethon. Call 971-1549.
43F71
IF YOU WILL be living in a place w/
parking privileges this fall but have
no car I am interested in renting
your parking place. Call 668-7138.
41F71

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WOMEN'S LIBERATIONI
Planning Meeting'
for
August 26 National Women's Strike
SAT., AUG. 22-10:00 A.M.
N EWMAN CENTER (Basement)
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-SUNDAY-
August 23
dir. ORSON WELLES
TouichofEvil
with Orson Welles
Chariton Reston
Marlene Dietrich
.there is a manic intensity to 'Touch
of Evil' that makes it at once repellent
and fascinating." -
-Saturday Review
Canterbury House700-9:00-11:00
330 Maynard Contribution: $1.00

TWO GALLIC SEXPORTS
A Story of Life and Libertines
''THE BED"'
The PURSUIT of HAPPINESS
"Cecil Aubrey, the dream
of Paris"-ESQUIRE
I"MANON"I
2nd SMASH WEEK!
THIS
COTTON
DOESN'T SHRINK!

Rights
blasts
WOODLAWN, Md. uP) - The chair-
man of the U.S. Civil Rights Commis-
sion charged yesterday that federal and
local governments and the majority of
citizens are not serious about equal op-
portunities for minority groups.
"This commission has had it up to
here with counties and communities that
Con11gress
rep ort blasts
SST funding
WASHINGTON (AP) - A congressional
committee report said yesterday that no
further federal financial support is justi-
fied for the supersonic transport devel-
opment program.
The House-Senate subcommittee on
economy in government report said the
faster-the-sound plane could cost $3
billion, earn little or no return, and be of
little public benefit.
Sen. William Proxmire (D-Wis.) at a
news conference outlining the report,
called the SST "a frill" which would
benefit only about 1 per cent of air trav-
elers. "It would be a nice thing for some
of the jetsetters," he said.
But Rep. Clarence Brown, (R-Ohio)
who dissented from the majority recom-
mendation, said there is going to be a
supersonic transport and he wants this
country to build it.

chief

gYov't
have to be dragged kicking and scream-
ing into the U.S. Constitution," the Rev.
Theodore M. Hesburgh declared.
"All we get in these hearings is that
people aren't serious about equality of
opportunity and the government isn't
serious about equality of opportunity,"
Father Hesburgh, president of Notre
Dame University, commented on the fi-
n- day of a three-day commission hear-
ing on miority job and housing oppor-
tunities in Baltimore County.
The county, which has a 3 per cent
black population among 615,000 citizens
and the adjacent city of Baltimore, with
a population of 893,000 of whom 46 per
cent are black, have been selected by the
commission as the East Coast model in
a national study of heavily black cities
surrounded by white, affluent suburbs,
Government officials have testified
during the hearings that they do not ac-
tively attempt to determine whether
funds spent in localities such as Balti-
more County are being utilized without
discrimination.
Allen T. Clapp, director of the Balti-
more FHA office, said his staff collects
no figures on the number of blacks get-
ting federally backed home loans a n d
does not follow up to check the racial
composition of housing developments ap-
proved by the FHA,
On Tuesday, the commission was told
that the Federal Home Loan Bank Board
does not actively attempt to assert
whether discrimination is p r a c t I c e d
through the savings and loan association
the board oversees.-

Masked len tes Ii
Two masked and unidentified witnesses appear yesterd
subcommittee hearing during a probe of drug use
SUBCOMMITTEE HEA
Admiral warnzs
Sovietstin arl

WASHINGTON (P - Soviet presence
in the Caribbean has been cited to Con-
gress as reason for maintaining all U.S.
naval bases in Florida and for close
relations with military regimes in South
America.
Adm. E. P. Holmes, commander of the
Atlantic Fleet, expressed "a deep concern
about our posture in these areas" in test-
Walkin'
dlowelthe
line (
Dave (right) and John Kunst
are temporarily stalled in Pitts-
burgh because their mule were
out its shoes. The brothers are
attempting to walk around the
world.
-Associated Press

imony release
Foreign Affa
American affa
Holmes sai
record of Jul
not be surpr
became pern
Cuba. And h
Florida naval
if necessary
Rep. Dante
committee ch
R. Mather,
ern Comman<
ment should
regimes in S
plied:
"I think we
consider very
do anything t
tionships with
countries.
"I think it
tional securit
pared to, some
excesses of wil
cused."
In July 19
the Caribbea
first time.
In May of
naval force, i
and a missile
Cuba for two
Caribbean.

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