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Wednesday, May 27, 1970
Newell's influence
as OSS head fades

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pace Three

_ .. ..

the
news today
by The Associated Press and College Press Service
WAGE AND PRICE CONTROL legislation intended to com-
bat the nation's inflated economy has recently been introduced
to Congress.
"We are in serious straits," Sen. Fred Harris (D-Okla.) said

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12:00-2:00

FOR RENT

FOR RENT

HELP WANTED

(Continued from Page 1)
Mrs. Newell's lack of influence
with the Regents was also demon-
strated last year in the initial ac-
tion on the proposal to create a
University bookstore. While the
vice president continually argued
in favor of the student proposal,
regental action on it was negative
until after the Sept. 26 sit-in in
which 107 protesters were arrested.

as meaningless her comments be-
fore executive officers about "go-
ing off to the wars," informed
sources say these meetings have
become heated and unproductive
for the vice president.
Meanwhile, Fleming is reported-
ly leaning more and more heavily
on Vice President for Academic
Affairs Allan F. Smith for advice
about matters formerly in the

The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mich-
igan Regents' bylaws prohibit dis-'
crimination in housing. Questions
should be directed to Off-Campus
Housing, 764-7400.

EFFICIENCY on campus. $100 mo. 662- NEED FEMALE students to volunteer
6591 or 761-7764. 33C12 secretariat services for 1 or more
ROOM FOR MAN in nice southeast hrs. wk. 764-8951. 22H19

Vice President Newell's influ- province of the student affairs vice.
ence with the other executive of- president.
ficers-President Robben Fleming In recent months, for example,
if and the vice presidents-is also Smith reportedly has been influ-
less than was the case with her ential in the areas of discipline,
predecessor. While she shrugs off the proposed use of a tuition in-

when introducing a bill to create a federal board that could freeze
wages and prices for six months. ROOM w private bath. Hill and E,
Democratic leaders Carl Albert of the House and Mike Mansfield I Univ. For girl only. 764-8561. 45c17
of the Senate in a joint statement urged President Richard Nixon to SINGLE ROOMS. 428 Cross St. $55 up.
"extricate (the nation) from the economic morass that has befallen 663-3886, p.m. 43C17
us" by immediately convening a national conference on inflation and STUDIO APT. for rent, July-Aug. 769-
unemployment, 0876. 27Ctc
A group of union economists met with Secretary of Labor George STUDIO ROOM FOR MAN with prin.
entrance and lavatory. Call 663-8244
Shultz to urge selective credit controls or an immediate freeze on after 5pn. and weekends. Cv

SGC to
ask new

crease for construction of an in-
tramural building, and even in re-
writing the Regents bylaw govern-
ing the Office of Student Services.
SGC President Marty Scott
acknowledges his disappointment
with the decline in the influence'
of the office and places the blame
largely with Fleming.

i

1
3
: l

la "The power on a Unatvorssty-i
wide basis that's in that office is
small and getting smaller," Scott
says. "But while its true of that
Continued from Page 2) office, it's true all over the Uni-
would execute decisions of the versity. Fleming believes in con-
policy board. This, SGC feels, centrating the power more than
would make the vice president (former President Harlan) Hatch-
more responsive to student views er did."
about the services provided by Fleming has, in fact, taken an
OSS. active role in student affairs, and
The University executive offi- this is apparently one more rea-
cers--the vice presidents and son why Mrs. Newell has been un-
Fleming--and the Regents, main- able to convert her often pro-stu-
tain that such a relationship be- dent views into University policy.
tween the vice president and his The vice president describes a
more relaxed relationship between
ro estabis ould prevent ivm herself and the rest of the admin-
w o r k i n g relationship with the istration."I've done my best to
other executive officers. Fleming translate what I saw as student
othr xectie ofier. Flmn concerns to the administration
had said he considers this vital to cncentotheaysr"yio-
the vice president's execution of and Regents," she says. "My col-
his dutias' leagues have recognized this as a
is duties. part of my role and a valuable
Meanwhile, SGC places great part. To this extent, meaningful
emphasis on Fleming's appoint- input of student views in decision-

profits, wages, prices and salaries.
Nevertheless the White House said Nixon remained confident the!
nation's slugish economy would pick up steam later this year.
* * *
SECRETARY OF STATE William Rogers attempted to avert
open criticism of the Greek dictatorship at the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization (NATO) meeting which opened yesterday
in Rome.
The move was made in response to the fear of a possible Greek
walkout from NATO because of repeated criticism by other West
European governments of Greece's suspension of democratic processes3
and political repression.
Also at the NATO meeting, Williams in a letter from President
Richard Nixon, defended U.S. intervention in Cambodia as .necessary
for the withdrawal of American forces.
COME ONE! COME ALL!
To Celebrate
THE JOY OF THE
inCOUNTER-CULTURE
I in front of the WED. MAY 27
ROTC Bldg. 1 1 A.M.-1 P.M. f
includes:
Personal Confrontation
with ROTC personnel
Women s Poetry Gay
L Guerrilla theater . a
r LibertioPolitical Rapsi
Leaflets
Pickets
- ~- ----_ _ _

STRATFORD
629 S. FOREST
2-Bdrm. 4-Man
On Campus
Air Cond.
Parking
761-8055
50Ctc
EDINBURGH APTS., 912 Brown St.,
Kings Inn Apts., 939 Dewey, Royal
Dutch Apts., 715 Church, taking ap-
plications now for Fall rental. Call
761-6156, 761-3466. 48022
DOUBLE SIZE TOWNHOUSE, walkj
downtown from lovely two bdrm. for
family. Many extra rms. . . photo-
graphic dkrm., family rm. w/fireplace,
-g. study. All appliances and dish-
washer. $275 pays-central ac, heat,
water. 761-4008, 725 W. Huron. Avail.'
now. 37Ctc
PARKLANE

area home. Call 663-8244 after 5 p.m.
or weekends. CX'
THOMAS PLAZA
9145. STATE
I Bdrm. 3-Man
Study Nook
Air Cond.
Laundry
Parking
761 -8055-769-4759
1Ctc
Campus-Hospital
Fall Occupancy
Furnished Apartments
Campus Management, Inc.
662-7787 335 E. Huron
47Ctc
TRADEWI NDS
121 E. HOOVER
-1 Bdrm. 3-Man
-2 Bdrm. 4-Man
-Bilevel
-Garbage Disposal
-Central Air/cond.
-Laundry
-Parking
761-8055 or\761-9178

GRADUATE STUDENT
Exchange room and board for 15 his.
housework Mon.-Fri., weekends off.
transportation necessary. 663-2379 or
764-0497. 23H24
WANTED-Students to do caricatures
and/or tell fortunes for June 25th
graduation party, pay negot. Call
453-3662 (local) or 763-0233. 15Htc
ADOLESCENT G I R L , Desperately
needs liscenable foster parents. Short
or long term. Monthly allowance,
consultation service available if de-
sired. 665-6671. 91H16
OLDER MALE student to live with 15
yr. old boy June 7th-July 9th. Room,
board, car in exchange for service,
Also salary or summer room. Call 761-
3719 Mon.-Fri. 17Htc
MEDICAL Receptionist-Secretary; tact-
ful, 5 half days. Resume to H. Mitller,
P.O. Box 1127, Ann Arbor 48106. 18H17
THE YOUNG
PROFESSIONALS
We have recently opened our
120th office in Ann Arbor
and ore expanding rapidly
(300% in four years). Our
team of hard-hitting, young
executives s p e c i a i z e in
search and recruit projects
for our clients.
The individuals we seek can
c o m e fro i various sales,
technical or administrative
backgrounds. These men
must be intelligent, creative,
high caliber, and possess an
insatiable desire for success.
Those who meet all require-
ments will e a r n 10-12,000
dollars the first year and
move into mgmt., and 20-
25,000 by the third year. We
need people in accounting,
finance, technical, data pro-

PERSONAL
TENNIS LESSONS. Reasonable rates.
Call 769-4591. Ask for Bob. 11F22
WAR: A PROCEEDING THAT RUINS
THOSE WHO WIN. WILD FLOWER-
the unique boutique, 516 E. WIL-
LIAM (above the bike shop). 15F19
FLYING to wisconsin June 11, return
14th. Need riders. Cost and destina-
tion negotiable. Call Bill, 764-2039.
12F18
SOVIET UNION. Driving and Camping,
10 weeks, $1350. Inciludes air and all
expeuses. A. Lipson. 2 Garden Terr.,
Cambridge, Mass. 02138 or call (col-
1ect) 617-547-1127. 40F36
FISH AND CHIPS, don't be put off by
common imatators. Get the bloody
best up. Lucky Jim's, Packard at
Woodlawn, 12-2, 5-8 p.m. 13F16
RHYTHM GUITAR plnyer looking for
band, Call Tim: 071-6870. 6F19
Union Barbershop Open
Mlonday-Friday this week
8F18
(Either sex)-own room in large old
house near campus. Come by 810
Arch St. or call 769-4289 (rent is
cheap). FDd
UPTIGHT??. , get right at WILD
FLOWER-the unique boutique, 516
E. WILLIAM (above the biwe shop).
14F19
SINCE ALMOST all gem diamonds
come from Africa, a brand label for
a ring mounting does not guarantee
the quality of the major diamond in
the ring. Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
Univ. 663-7151. Ftc
GUITAR LESSONS-Start now! Liberal
for lack of a better word) rates. Call
668-8505 and ask for David. 7F18
EUROPE
June 26/Aug. 6
ROUND TRIP TO LONDON
$229
(a few seats left)
WE PROVIDE ALL STUDENT TRAVEL
SERVICES. CALL OR STOP IN AT:
World Wide Charter
211 S. State St.
Dial "ON-A-TRIP" (662-8747)
45F19
GAY Liberation's regular meeting is
Thursday, May 28 on the 3rd floor of
the Union. If you want someone to
relate to*instead ofan organization,
call us. Given the repressive society
that is. we all need to discuss the
liberation of a confined and repressed
sexuality. For info, call 665-7502. 10F17
38 FREE GAMES last week
M-pin Bowling, M. Union
COME OUT to Henderson Ford, for a
new car, a good deal, and pleasant
feminine championship, ask for Joyce
or Brenda, Henderson Ford Sales,
3480 Jackson Rd., Ann Arbor, 769-
7900. 5F18
1 ROOMMATE needed- for large old
house near campus. Own room, cheap
rent. Come by 810 Arch or call 769-
4289-available immediately. FDd
PAINTING - Student desires painting
jobs, inside and outside. Four years
experience. Call 662-4736. FD
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Large male golden retriever, 8
mo. old, responds to "Chance." Info.
call 668-6535 or 764-8390. 31Ax8
BLACK MALE CAT LOST. Please phone
662-7895. 32A17
LOST - My identity in blue French
purse. 769-0874. Reward. 33A18
LOST - Young male cat, white and
gray, very affectionate. Please call
Peter, 769-0673. 34A19
LOST-Large 4 mo. German Shepherd
wearing red collar. Answers to Boris.
Lost near East U., Oakland and Tap-
pan. Call 761-0422. 30A17

511 E. HOOVER ctc
--Lg. 1 Bdrm. A T
-2-4 People
-Bilevel
-Air cond.T
-DishwashersI
-ParkingL
-Laundry

ment of a vice president willing to
accept the decisions of the policy
board as binding.
De Grieck says that Council
will refuse to appoint the student
members of the policy board un-
less the person Fleming appoints
as vice president is approved by
either SGC and SACUA, or by the
committee which nominated the
five original candidates for vice
president
De Grieck adds that all of the
original candidates would be ac-
ceptable except for Hubert Locke,
director of the Office of Religious
Affairs at Wayne State University.
However, the five candidates have
all withdrawn from consideration,

making is a viable concept."
Despite mixed success in the viceI
presidential post, Mrs. Newell hasr
apparently built up something ofj
a national reputation in academic,
circles, and her name has appear-
ed recently on at least two lists of
nominees for college presidencies.
Fork example. Mrs. Newell wasj
among several dozen candidates'
for the presidency of Purdue Uni-
versity, but was recently excluded
from a final list of 25 nominees.
She is reportedly still looking fort
a job, and may be forced to re-
turn to her old post of special'
assistant to the president, if
nothing attractive turns up.
Students, meanwhile, are look-

761 -8055 or 663-3809
711 ARCH
near State and Packard
Modern 2-bdrm. apts. for Fall
features include:
0 dishwasher
0 balcony
9 air-cond.
9 and much more
Phnn 791774R nr4R2-9867

2Ctc

Fall Rentals
663-0511
761-5440
Featuring Forest Terrace, 1001 S. Forest,
Mgr. in Apt. No. 211. Park Terrace,
848 Tappan, Mgr. in Apt. No. 10.
Many other 1, 2 and 3 bdrm. apts,
available on campus. 38082
SUMMER SUBLET
3 RM. BASEMENT Apt. Has kitchen!
and bathrm. Corner of Packard and
S. Fifth Ave., 4 blocks from central
caimpus. For sublet now to Aug. 30.Qn- i-.i- +iio a-11

cessing and sales.
Call Mr. Sarofa for a
sona[ interview,

per-

jr, ..

for the vice presidential post. ing with mixed feelinqs on the fu-
De Grieck admits to the p6ssi- ture of the vice presidency. While
bility that the Regents and Flem- anxious to move ahead under a
ing would go along with the com- new compromise prooosal for stu-
promise bylaw draft, but appoint;dent control of the office, they are
a vice president which would not more than ever gloomily aware of
follow the decisions of the policy the limited gains they have made.
board. Scott points out, for example.
that one of the reservations one
If this happened, De Grieck j of the candidates for the vice
says, "we'd become more militant. presidency expressed was that he
We'd have to." "doesn't think that the vice pres-
He adds, however, that most ident for student affairs is equal
students are uninformed about the with the other vice presidents."
OSS dispute and would probably "And." Scott adds. "I think
be unwilling to join in some type, experience shows that's true."
of action on the issue.
"We would have to educate the
students first, to make them aware 1 I P R
of the issue," he says.
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WE SALUTE
The University of Michigan
COED
with a 10%' Discount
on any purchase
in the Ann Arbor Store
WEDNESDAY, MAY .11.h
from 9:30 A.M. to 5 30 P.M.

rnone -ri l~ or >-uo I $70/mo. including utilities. 665-36
J 26Ctc 31UI8
-1 Block-Fall SMALL HOUSE on campus-Furnished.
Campus--Blck-Fal Sublet June 21-Aug. 24, $130/mo. in-
118 East Washington-Mod. 1 bdrm. cludes utilities. 761-9222. Mature mar-
for 2 or 3 students. nled couple orgrdsuetony
668-6906 32U19
23Ctc
_.__------FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted June-
521 WALNUT, modern, spacious. 2 Aug. Rent negot. A/C, parking, excel-
bdrm., 3-man, dishwasher. 668-6906. lent campus location. 761-7956. 25U18
42Ctc --
- --- 2 BDRM. APT. Unfurn. Air-cond. $140/
mo. 761-6829. 49C19
St 2 BEDROOM Furnished Apt. Yard,
Sum m porches, near campus. $125/mo. July
A o*and August. 761-7132. 26U18

971-8700
24H1E
BUSINESS SERVICES
PAINTING-Experienced student paint-
ers, references, free setimate, no ob-
ligation. 761-5114. 17J20
WILL TAKE CARE of children 8-5:30
in my home. Ages 4-6. Call Ann. 769-
3215. 11J18
Will TYPE anything. Quick service, in-
expensive, like professional. Call
Candy at 665-4830 after noon. 12J18
PROFESSIONAL TYPING. Quick and
inexpensive. Marcy, 769-4018 eves.,
wkends. 10J16
THESES, PAPERS (incl. technical) typ-
ed, Experienced, professional; IBM
Selectric. Quick service. 663-6291. 42Jtc
FREE LANCE PHOTOGRAPHER avail-
able for Weddings, Conferences, Por-
traiture, Books, etc. except passport
pics? Call RICHARD LEE, 761-9452
before noon. 46Ftc
NOW ON CAMPUS
Campus MultiService

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Daily Official Bulletin 1
Wednesday, May 27
Foreign Visitors
The following individual can be
reached thru the Foreign Visitor Div.,
Rmh. 22-24, Mich. Union, Phone 764-
2148: Mr. Yuji Yazawa, Ping. & Inst.
]esearch, Waseda Univ., Tokyo, Japan,
May 27-31.
Placement Service
General Division
3200 S.A.B.
Interviews at Gen. Div., call 763-1363
for appts:
May 28: Teacher Corps prog. at Wayne
State, lib. arts, MAT & certif. progs.
for K-3 & math-reading areas, 2 yr.
prog.
June 4: Aetna Life and Casualty
Group Div., sales mgt. & pub. relations,
trng. for acct. executive.
Current openings in SE Mich. area.
others nationwide:
Burroughs Corp., sales rep in lower
Ohio area, forms div. degree in any ar-
ea, prefer some acctg/bus. courses, ex-
per. not nec.. pref. mature person.
Ayerst Labs, pharm reps. in Saginaw!
area, BS in sci. area pref, exper. not
nec.
The Michigan Daily, edited and man-
aied by students at the University of
v Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich-
,gan, 420 Mp~ynard St., Ann Arbor,
Michigan 48104. Published daily Tues-
day through Sunday morning Univer-
sity year. Subscription rates: $10 by
carrier, $10 by mail.
Summer Session published Tuesday
through Saturday morning. Subscrip-
tion rates: $5. by carrier. $5 by mail.
"FREEDOM
OR REPRESSION
IN THE '70's"

LIMOUSINES
for information call
971-3700
Tickets are available
at Travel Bureaus or
the Michigan Union
32 Trips/Day

Associates
1 AND 2 BEDROOMS
FOR FALL
GARBAGEDISPOSALS
-AIR CONDITIONERS
-SOME DISHWASHERS
-LAUNDRY FACILITIES
-PARKING
761 -8055
4
CAMPUS
NEW FURNISHED APARTMENTS
FOR SUMMER AND FALL
DAHLMANN
APARTMENTS
545 CHURCH ST.
761-7600
38C

Ct c

UNUSUAL TWO-MAN apt, located above
Mark's Coffeehouse. July-Aug. Rent
negot. Call 761-6123. 28U16
PEOPLE
NEEDED
F
0
R
SUMMER
SU BLETS
761-8055
SUMMIT ASSOC.
33Utc
SUMMER SUBLET - Furnished effi-
ciency, a/c, free parking, swimmingj
pool. $100. 769-5161, 6-8 p.m. 29U201
4TH GIRL NEEDED to sublet mod. a/c
apt. $40/mo. 769-7753. 20U14
805 E. HURON, No. 2 - Across from
Rackham. Avail. June-Aug. $110/mo.
769-3458. 21U16
: IMMEDIATE-2 BDRM. furnished. $130/

3Jtc

TYPING
PRINTING
THESIS SERVICE
Fast, Dependable, Low-Priced
214 Nickels Arcade 662-4222
Summer hours: 10-4 Mon.-Fri.

500 E. LIBERTY
761-6212

UNIVERSITY
TYPING
SERVICE

REWARD-Lost gold frame prescription
glasses Tuesday evening. Call 663-
7182. 29A16
2 LOST CATS-One orange and white
male and one small adult black and
white female. Vic. Hill and Tappan.
Return to 82412~ Hill. 764-1220, Pam.
I 26AIE
I HAVE YOU SEEN our friendly collie-
mostly black w/some brown and white
markings? Please call 668-6555 or 764-
8399. 28A19

Daily Ciassifieds Get Results

I

mo. 769-6250, 761-7556, between 5-9
p.m. 22U19
'"t SUMMER SUBLET - Own bedroom in
air-conditioned house on Church.

Thesis Service REAL ESTATE
Papers
Dissertations OWNER TRANSFERRED - Must sell
General Office and Secretarial Work new country home, extra large 3-
P tiCk-Up and Delivery bdrm.-2 full baths, 11 acres, 2 fie-
places, 64 ft. recreation room, fruit
Ava il bale trees, vineyard, and garden planted.
12 min. SE of Ann Arbor on beautiful
Prompt Service Crane Rd ,golf course nearby, Milan
school district. $10,000 down, 8%
Jtc
ROOMMATES__WANTED-MUSICAL MDSE.,
ROOMMATES WANTED RADIOS, REPAIRS

THE ABBEY THE LODGE Immediate occupancy. Call 665-6807.
CARRIAGE HOUSE 23U1E
THE FORUM VISCOUNT
still the local favorites! Several select location. Ideal for couple. Call 761-
apartments available for summer and 2095 after 6:00 p.m. or on weekends.
fall semesters in each of these modern 7U1E
buildings.
ONE BEDROOM-Furnished, air-cond.,
Charter Realtyv 1 near campus, June-Aug. 761-6274.
17U18

FEMALE WANTED to take over 3/4 of'
big 2-man, July-Aug., rent negot.
769-2521. Good location. 32Y17
ONE MALE wanted to fill single bed-
room in -man apt. with A/C, quiet
roommates. June 1 thru Aug. 662-
5710. 33Y18

STEREO component set with turn
table, ?2 year new, have 2 in house,
must sell. 826 W. Huron. 38X16
GIBSON electric guitar, $89. Larry, 761-
9431. 39X18
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Anwtn i ltrin instruments, acce8

Fine Campus Apartments
1335 S. University 665-8825
loCtc
AVAIL. FOR SUMMERt & FALL
ALBERT TERRACE
1700 Geddes
Beautifully decorated, large 2 bedroom,
bi-level apartments. Stop in daily
noon to 5:30 (Mon.-Fri.), 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Sat. or phone 761-1717 or 665-
8825. 11Ctc
BARGAIN CORNER
Sam's Store
NEEDLEV I S?
VISIT
US

11-2 MAN MODERN efficiency avail.
June 6 or later, through August. 2
blocks from campus, air-cond., dis-
posal, furnished. Excellent summer
situation. Call Steve, 663-3860 day or
night. 18U19
SUBLET-Girl needed to sublet mod-
ern air-cond. 4-man apt. Cheap. Will
bargain. 715 Church St., No. 3. 761-
7452. 14U17
SUMMER RENTAL
2 Bdrm. furn. unit or partial sublet
near law and business schools. Call
Professional Management Associates,
769-4227. 11Utc
1346 GEDDES, Near Observatory-Rooms
for men only w/ or w/o. cooking.
$40-45/mo. Call 668-6906. .2Utc
SUMMER RENTALS
Choice Apts. at low rates. Ann Arbor
Trust Co. Phone 769-2800. 22C83
FOR SALE
T.V.-21" portable B&W. 1 mo. old,
never used. 761-9009 eves. 23B17
BRAND NEW Fender Twin Reverb.
Lansing speakers. Call 761-3882. 24B16

FEMALE Roommate wanted, Efficiency. sories, David lessons-repairs, Gibson,
Campus. Air-conditioned. NOW THRU soisDadleon-rprGbo.
SUMMER HALF. 769-4382. 31Y16 Harmony. 209 S. State. 665-8001. 10-1
-I p.m. Z
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted immedi-
SHERWOOD 100 watt F.M. stereo re-
ately for large house, own room. 662- ceiver, S8600-A, w/cabinet, excellent
5783, 30Y17 cond., micro circuits, and F.E.T.S. 6
ROOMMATE for 2-man with friendly mo. old. $225. Call 769-3528. 36X16
pre-med. student. 668-6028. Y16
___________________- PETS AND SUPPLIES
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for PETS ANDSUPPLIES
two-man apt. July-Aug. Excellent DALMATION, 71x mo. Female w/papers
location. Call 662-2258. 22Y16 and shots. Good w/children. 764-3027
WANTED-Grad. or working girl with after 6. 50T19
or without apt. for fall. Can live off USED CARS
campus. 761-8020. 27Y16 USDC R
NEED 2 FEMALE roommates for sum- PORSCHE, 1966 912 5-speed, AM-FM
mer half, mod. bi-level apt., $40.mo. shortwave radio, good condition,
or negotiable. 761-5889. 26Y12 $2965. Call Flint, 234-2006 after 6 p.m.
_____________________________21N120
WORKING WOMAN desires female --_____________
student roommate todshare apart- 1965 TRIUMPH TR-4 convertible, en-
ment. $65/mo. 769-5584. 25Y16 tire new clutch and brakes, overdrive,
___radio, Michelin tires, low mileage,
TRANSPORTATION looks great. NO 2-9769. 24N18

Set ycur sights on this: The computer industry
is only fifteen years old and already there
is 15 billion dollars worth of computer equip-
ment in use.

F- D--37--------7
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BLUE DENIM:
Super Slims
Button-Fly
Traditional
Bells .....

FOR
.....6.50
.6.50
.....6.98
.....7.50

RIDE WANTED to Miami U or Dayton-
Cinci. area May 28 or 29. 769-3250.
CALIFORNIA - Riders wanted. Leaving

'67 OLDS 442-New engine, almost en-
tirely rebuilt. Excellent condition.
769-4289. NDd
'62 FALCON-Good condition. $125, Call

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14 FOOT Fiberglass Runabout w/wood immea.Call 665-9645 or 764-279.1G16 761-4985 after 5. 15N16
top, 40 horse Mercury outboard elec-'0
tric, w/trailer. Many accessories $645 INDIA ean $0 ur tr 3 1967 TOYOTA Jeep, 4-wheel drive, plow,
434-0774 or NO 8-6696. 20B18 I ansoweGadnsono, 5GV.8 etc. $1800. Call 663-5512. 16N18

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