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Thursday, May 29, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MISCELLANEOUS
PHOTOGRAPHES-The Ann Arbor
Art Assn. needs photos for the 1st
Annual Art Fair Calendar. $5 will
be paid and credit given to the
photographer for each photo used.
theme: anythingarelated to the
Ann Abr Art Fair cc At in Ann
Arbor. Format: any size, emphasis
is o black and whites; color will
be considered. Deadline: June 7,
1975. 144 Cedar BedD., Ann
Arbor,48105. 98M6
A PROGRAM is now being offered
in Ann Arbor to help combat alco-
iol and drug abuse among gay
women. For fuarther infrneatin,
all 763---¢y;. All cmmnicaton
held in .t confidence. 22M328
REGENCY
TRAVEL
601 E. WILLIAM
ANN ARBOR 48104
665-6122
SUMMER CHARTERS
ABROAD,
BUSINESS INTERVIEW
TRIPS, HOLIDAY TRIPS
HOME
Corner William & Maynard
cMtc
SITUATIONS WANTED
SPANISH TUTOR. Native speaker,
graduate student,, teaching exper-
ience. 663-8623. 65067
TRAINED BARTENDER DESIRES
part-time (15-30 hrs./wk.) position
for summer and fall. Pay is open
10 discussion. Call Dave at 764-0560
1-4 p.m. or 994-0413 after 6 p.m.
dO531
NICE, big, fi-lvig Jewish by
wishes to meet nice, unattached
irl, Jewish or otherwise. Write c/a
has 23:, Mirigen Daily, Ann Arbr
48104. dF523
FOR SALE
SARGE GREEN overstuffed couch.
Old but comfortable. $20.00. Call
663-3941 6:30 p.m.-10 p.m. 07B529
WESTINGHOUSE washer nd dryr.
10t000 TU aernditoner. Ins-
lated drapes and braided rugs. 668-
7848. 05B530
F'ANTASTIC GARAGE SAL -Eatu-
:lay and Sunday, 10 'til 6. Children's
clothing and items, crib and mat-
tress, mcale, carriage, tys, etc.
Small antiquesaclothing (antique
and otherwise), jewelry, miscellan-
eous household items. 1224 Olivia.
06B531
FOR SALE-Dune Suggy, rat-style,
on road-off road use, excellent con-
dition. $1600 negotiable. Call 994-
6489. dB530
BARITONE and ALTO SAX, classic
mellophone. Cheap. 663-0793. 81B613
FOR SALE-4 Dunlop SP 57 Radial
tres. Size 185 70 VR 15. $50. Call
665-4316. 89B530
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
YAMAHA EM/150 amp-mixer, 75
watts/ch. $400. Two Maesro piano
pick-ups, $50. 665-2423. 73X531
USED VOLINS-Good for starter.
$89.50. Apollo Music Center. 769-
1400. cXtc
LUDWIG DRUM SET-Double tome,
Zldjian cymbals, excellent condi-
tion. Also Dyna amp with Utah
speakers. Sandy, 761-9009 after 6.
72X523
USED FENDER,Asuperb reverb wth
4 1I01 speakers. Apll Music Center,
323 S. Main. cXtc
USED CARS
1971 DATSUN 1200 Coupe - A/C,
now tires, 30 MPG. 763-6496 after
6 p.m. 99N531
1968 VALIANT, stick, 100,000 miles,
runs well. 973-1943. $250. 66N531
YAMAHA 1973 RD 350, exc. cond.
2700 miles, helmets, saddlebags.
$700. 1-229-2616. 51N530
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FREE KITTENS - Gray, gold, very
affectionate, shots. 668-8809 eve-
nings. 09T531

BIKES, SCOOTERS
251a" ROMIC frame. All eynolds
531 tubing, campy headset, bottom
brackets and seat past. $195. Call
663-2233. 02Z63
TRIUMPH-250 cc. clean, low miies
soad bike, reasonable. 668-6220.
101531
PERSONAL
NUTCRACKER-Greetings from Mt.
Feuji! Late, F.B. 46F529
LET US FILL your next prescrip-
tion. The Village Apothecary. cFtc
Applications accepted now
MOSCOW SUMMER 1975
CENTER FOR
FOREIGN STUDY'S
4-wk. Russian Language seminar-
Moscow, USSR, July 5-August 1.
$1690 Program Fee INCLUDES all
costs for round trip jet (NY-MOS-
COW-NY) Pan Am. All connections
1st class, Intourist hotels, Room &
Full Board, Russian Language Semi-
nar, Sightseeing, Leningrad rll in-
cluded.
Call 313-662-5575. Dr. Glen R. Gale,
Executive Director, Center far Far-
eign Study, 216 S. State Si., Ann
Arbor, M. 48107. cF531
IF YOU ARE uncertain on how to
plan for your future perhaps we
can help you with our knowledge of
Numerology and Astrology as it
applies to you. For complete char-
acter and life analysis and this
year's forecast, send full name given
at birth, birthdate, $10. Astro-Nu-
merology Service, Post Office Box
408 (G), Muncie, Indiana 47305.
52F603
WOMAN WANTED. Good natured;
sensitive; intelligen9; over 21. I'm
sincere. Passionate after mutual
trust. Background includes music;
art; scietnee; environmental advo-
cacy. Love to dance; massage; learn;
camp; play music . . . Please write
Richard at Daily Box 1. 50F529
ARE YOU interested in helping to
develop financial resoirra tor grd
students-helplig to establish hunds
for students, research and publica-
tion? Beginning in June a new
Advisory Council for the Develop-
ment of Grad Student preelects will
convene to provide advice and ac-
tive leadership to broaden academic
funding potential for grad students.
Five nominations for 2 positions on
this Council are now open. Council
members will serve a one yr. term
beginning in June and will be ex-
pected to serve an subcommittees.
Applicationsa re availablemin 2000,
Rackham Bldg., M-F afternoons,
May 26-June 1, 763-5272. Only grad
students registered for '75-76 U-H
school year need apply. 91F531
ALL NEW STUDENTS-
WELCOME TO CAMPUS PINBALL
ARCADE, 1217 S. UNIVERSITY
OPEN EVERY DAY
cFtc
THE ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL
of the Rackham Graduate School is
now accepting. applications for 1
Grad. Student Membership for sum-
mer term. All fully metriculated
U-M Grad students are eligible for
nomination. The Council will focus
on administration-admission policy,
graduate records, fellowships, and
procedures and policy. Applications
for nomination are available M-F
afternoons May 26-Month of June.
(763-5272). 87F604
Be careful with fire:
There arebabes
in the woods.

PERSONAL
A GAME TO ENJOY and get setter
at. Billiards at The Union. cF529
ANNUAL DIAMOND SALE-Now in
progress. Sale began January 1 and
will end December 31. Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
cFtc
STUDY ART
LANGUAGE
THEATER 0 DANCE
IN EUROPE
THIS SUMMER
Earn up to 8 hours
U-M Transfer Credit
Contact
CENTER
FOREIGN
STUDY
216 So. State St.
(Above Marti-Walker)
662-5575
cFtc
ARE YOU interesed in serving as
a graduate student member of the
new Advisory Committee for the
Deanship of the LS&A College?
Rackham Student Government is
soliciting five graduate student
nominations for one position on
the Advisory Committee. Women
and minority graduate students are
encouraged to apply. The new Com-
mittee will assist and counsel Pres-
ident Fleming and the Regents first
in determining qualities and exper-
ience necessary for a new Dean of
the LS&A College, second, compile
a list of suitable candidates, and
third, help determine a final panel
of candidates for the position. Ap-
plications for graduate nomination
en this Committee are available in
Rom2006 Rackham Building, Men-
day-Friday afternoons, May 25-30.
(763-5272). Only graduate students
registered foe '75-76 U-M school
year need apply. 62F530
GESTALT ARTS WORKSHOP. Un-
lock creativity through use of ma-
terials and Gestalt with Bernie and
Henriet Marek. May 30-June 1; $35.
For info or registration call Michael
Andes (662-2801) or Catherine Lilly
(994-5492). 11F529
Albert's Copying
Dissertation quality. Location: In-
side David's Books, 529 E. Liberty.
994-4028. cFte

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PERSONAL
THIS IS a better place. U-M Stylists'
at the.Union. A complete line of
RK products are on display. cF529
LSAT-GRE-MCAT-DAT
Money Hack Guaranteed
Test Preparation
Free First Lesson-June 8
THE TEST CENTER-662-3700
cF611
PAPERS
NOTES
THESES
FLI ERS
COPIED
WHILE-U-WAIT
High Quality at
LOW Cst
The COPY MILL
211 B So. State
(near GINO'S)
662-3969
eFte
NEXT
COMES SUMMER
CENTER
FOREIGN
STUDY
Still has openings
suoter/academic year abeta
AppIications
Accepted Now
EUROPE '75
" FRANCE 0 SPAIN 0
" VIENNA 0 ITALY 0
* RUSSIA 0 GENEVA 0
LANGUAGE ART THEATER
FILM COOKING DANCE
For new '75 program catalog
and Application
Contact
CENTER
FOREIGN STUDY
216 So. State St.
(Above Marti-Walker)
662-5575
cFtc

Diplomats
criticize
Tanzanian
attitudle
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania
iP) - U.S. diplomats said pri-
vately yesterday they were dis-
appointed by the response of
Tanzania and Zaire in the kid-
naping of two American stu-
dents and a Dutch woman by.
Marxist guerrillas.
U.S. Ambassador W. Beverly
Carter told reporters he was
concerned over Tanzanias re-
fusal to accept responsibility for
the release of the captives. But
he said he remained confident
that a way will be found to free
them.
"I AM NOT anticipating fail-
ure", the ambassador said.
The Tanzania government
oaid it "categorically rejects
any rexponsibility" for the hos-
tages' release "or for whatever
happens to them."
"We would further like all
concerned to accept this unam-
biguous statement as our firm
position," their announcement
added.
CARTER SAID Tanzanian of-
ficiajs have been coopera:ive.
But other U.S. diplomats com-
plained about Dar es Saaam's
attitude in immediately reject-
ing the guerrillas' ransom de-
mands for arms, ammunition,
$460,000 and the release of Zaire
political prisoners in Tanzania.
One diplomat also said Zaire
has offered little help in at-
tempts to contact memhers of
the Popular Revolutionary party
who eight days ago kiiexaped
the three and an Ann Arbor wo-
man from a chimpanzee study
center in western Tanzania. He
said the Kinshasa government
doesn't want to admit the exist,
ence of the rebels, wh, oppose
Zaire's links with the U n i t e d
States.
Carter said U.S. and Tanzan-
ian officials were continuing
joint efforts to fiod way7 10
communicate with the rebels,
hidden in a mountainous jungle
where the Zaire government ex-
ercises little control.

Free Demonstrations!, at The WILD WEFT
MON. EVENNGS-7:30-:30
June 2: Lenore Lamsa June 9: Lois Kane
Warping the loom alone Twining-wall hanging
June 16: Jane Hawkins without a loom
Pattern Weaving on a June 23: Ruth Green
four harness loom Card weaving

WILD WEFT
415 N. FIFTH
KERRYTOWN I
Ann Arbor 761-2466

-THIS WEEK ONLY-
YARN SALE,
MAY 28-31
20'% off TOROS and
BERNAL YARNS

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