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Tuesday, June 3, 1975

THE MICHIGAN GAILY

Page Nine.

Tuesday, June 3, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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Ford to unveil a
peace-seeking plan

(Continued from Page 8)
MISCELLANEOUS
INTERESTED a "square daang? I
need a partaer. 42-318. 43M63
REFRIGERATORS, SINGLE BEDS,
desks, mirrors and chairs. 761-1932.
cM67
PHOTOGRAPHERS-The Ann Aroc
Art Assn: needs photos for the 1st
Annual Art Fair Calendar. $5 will
he paid and credit given to the
photorapher for each photo used.
Theme: anything related to the
Ann Arbor Art Fair or Art in Ann
Arbor. Frmaat any size, ephasi
as nblacE and swhites clr wil
he considered. Deadline: June 7,
1975. 1464 Cedar Bend Dr.,9Ann
Arbor, 48105. 9BM5
A PROGRAM is now being offered
in Ann Arbor to help combat alco-
hl and dsug abuse amng ay
women. Fr futher informatian,
caii 763-4186. All communication
held In strict 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
BIKES, SCOOTERS
SPECIAL limited sale. Bottechisa
professional full camp equipment.
$5.50. Allsport, 663-2233. 69Z614
WANTED - A 10-speed bicycle in
good working order at a reasonable
price. Call 761-4897 persistently.
dZ67
25%," ROMIC frame. All Reynolds
531 tubing, campy headset, bottom
brcce and seat post. $195. Call
663-2233. 263
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
tSED ARTLEY UTE for adent.
761-9430. cX60
USED HARMONY 12 string guitar
in good shape with excellent sound.
Apollo Music Center. 769-1400. cX07
COMPLETE Stereo system for sale.,
Includes' Sansui 2000A Tuner Am-
plifier, Garrard SL65 turntable and
Elecrovoice, 15" triaxial speakers
mounted in 15 cu. ft. cabinets. A
deal-at $275. Call 668-6029 evenings.
94X605
USED DREADNAUGHT guitar sale.
Starting at $49.95. Come in and
deal. Apollo Music Center, 323 S.
Main. cX607
EPI 100's, BSR 310 AXE, Telex 814
receiver, Concord MX IX, Dolby
cassette. 662-2310. a30X603
USED VIOLINS-Good for starter.
$89.50. Apollo Music Center. 769-
1400. cXtr
LUDWIG DRUM SET-Dubl tms,
Zildian cymbals, excellent condi-
tion. Also Dyna amp with Utah
speakers. Sandy, 761-0009 after 6.
72X523
USED FENDER, superb reverb with
4 10" speakers. Apollo Music Center,
323 . Main. o~tc
HELP WANTED
PUND-RAISER wanted part-time.
Must have experience writing grants
to federal or private organizations
or have experience in raising funds
through other methods or working
with a non-profit volunteer group
which- works with young people.
Call 764-9279, ask for Larry Lipsitz.
62604
ATTENTION artists & craftsmen-
your talents are needed now for
the Arborland "Free Art Fair" June
26, 27, 28 (Thurs., FrL, Sat.). For
space & registration call 971-0380 or
761-7805. 65H611
ROUSEKEEER-Live-In, Part-time
-Starting July 20. I need some-
one who- loves children and who
can be firm and kind. Two young-
sters, 7 and years old. Room,.
board, salary and weekends Off.
Rear campus. Lovely room and ter-
race of your own. 994-1013. 95H610

HELP WANTED
SALES MANAGEMENT TRAINEE
We are interviewing for a manae-
ment trainee program, which will
alow you to earn $25,000 or more in
5 years sithin lierfianciral serice
indstry. Aplicots 'familiar stith
the Flint or Tri Cities area prefer-
red. Send resume to Henry Zulhof,
1232 N. Michigan, P.O. Box 2023.
Saginaw. Michigan 48605. 851H610
BIG BROTHERS
If you have some free time, why
not volunteer as a big brother?
Contact the Ann Arbor Y, 663-0536.
9753
MODELS
Free lance photographer is hiring
xsde models, some for publicatin.
Eocellentsacy, fleile hours. E-
perience helpful, not necessary.
References avaiable. Call 665-3519.
evenings, weeends. 3564
CHILDREN'S HEALTH FAIR, June
7-8. needs volntees. Medical ex-
perience helpful but not necessary.
Must like kids, will be working with
other health care people as part of
o-cong eprom. Call Free Peoples
Cii,.71-1955. dROOS
SUBLET
JUILY-AUGUST. Fall option, large
windows, sunny, a/c. 2-bdrm. on
Oakland. Negotiable. 662-7981. 32604
1-BEDROOM of large, beautiful 2-
bedroom apt, immediately or lust
July-August. Price negotiable. Su-
san, 663-2950. 48U610
OWN ROOM in quaint campus
house with bomb onpa nrch. June-
Sept. 1. $55/month or make offer.
763-6534. 38U604
SUMMER SUBLET - Fall option
(June-Aug. on Spring Street. 3
room apt. in older house and
kitchen and bath for mature quiet
person. Rent negotiable for sum-
mer. 761-3061, 769-4946. 33U604
FURNISHED basement room, beau-
tiful three-bedroom house. Kingsley
Street. Summer, Fall option. 668-
7137 evenings. 21U531
FEMALE NEEDED immediately.
Own room in lovely two-bedroom
apart ent. Rent very negotiale
662-014. -1063
EFFICIENCY APT, near campus,
fall option. Call 665-7603. 16U66
BECOME more aware of the natural
things around you. Wild Plant
Identification Course. Six filed
trips to lcal habitats. Jane 4-25.
Experienced instructors. Call 761-
8518 eves. before 9. dM530
MUST SUBLET
Modern furnished, 2-bedroom apts.,
820 Fuller. Rent super-negotiable.
2-3 months. 761-1534, 994-5021. 70U63
NEEDED-Sublessee. Share one bed-
room, air - conditioned, furnished
apartment. June-August. Block from
campus. Rent negotiable. Call 668-
7195. 95U525
SUBLET-i$95/mo., efficiency, quiet,
mid-May-Aug., near U-Hospital. 994-
5224. 70U509
TWO LARGE ROOMS in house.
Burns Park area. Rent negotiable.
Females preferred. Call 761-1261.
01U64
Summer Sublet
Service
Listing of apartments
available for the summer
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT,
INC.
335 East Huron
662-7787
cUtc
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED-CREAM albums. Call 11
a m-3 p.m., 971-5879. 08K64
C there's

PERSONAL
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liards at the Union. oF604
-WONDER WOMAN, the wonder all
gone without you Hurry back, we
need you! dF
THE DISTINCTION of being South
U's only drug store belongs to the
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Uni-
versity. orte
NUTCRACKER--Coming home to-
day and I still look the same. Love,
F.B. 49F602
KEEPING YOU COOL is ou busi-
ness. U-M Stylists at the Union.
cF603
TO OUR illustriousO bit humble)
editorial director-Front page news
it's not,2but congrats on finally
maing 21 dF3
PIANO LESSONS. Play by er/Music
Thesry. Low rates. 971-4163. 46F6 7
"MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR"
(it's good for our business)
Atstin Diamond
1209 S. University, 663-7151
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SPECIAL RATES for couples every
Tues., $1 per hour. Billiards at the
Union. cF603
GAY Liberation open meeting Tues-
day, 8 p.m., Union, South Wing,
3rd floor conference roam. All wel-
come! Info, 763-4186, 6-304 (a
Hotline, 24 hrs., 7 days). 64F03
VISITING LONDON? House avail-
able, August, September, $608
monthly. 662-8788. m ,2F6
Albert's Copying
Dissertation quality. Location: In-
side David's Books, 529 E. Liberty.
994-4028. cete
IF YOU ARE uncertain on how to
plan fr 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. A'stra-Nu-
meroiogy Service, Post Office Box
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WELCOME TO CAMPUS PINBALL
ARCADE, 1217S. UNIVERSITY
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NOTES
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Be careful with fire:
There are babes
mthe woods.
IA45

(Continued from Page I
at this time for me, not having
concluded the full consultation
that I had programmed, to indi-
cate in any way whatsoever that
a final decision has been
made."
Timed with the summit meet-
ing, meanwhile, was an an-
nouncement by Rabin in Jeru-
salem that Israel would cut its
forces near the Suez Canal by
roughly half as a goodwill ges-
ture marking the reopening of
the waterway. The canal is set
to reopen on Thursday.
RABIN TOLD a news confer-
ence he hoped the cutback
would "bring home to the world
and to Egypt the fact that Is-
rael really wants peace." He
also indicated he expected Is-
raeli cargo would be allowed
through the canal.
Highly placed Egyptian sour-
ces said Sadat would look fav-
orably upon Israeli use of the
waterway if an Egyptian mili-
tary commission concluded that
the Jewish state's announced
force cut was "serious-sand not+
propagandistic."

In Washington, meanwhile,
U. S. intelligence sources said
significant Syrian armored
forces had moved away from
the Golan Heights area in re-
cent days, esing the danger of
a flareup with Israel on that
front.
PENTAGON analysts viewed
the shifting of tanks and troops
to the northern and eastern
sectors of Syria - leaving only
a thin screen facing Israel -
as apparently a result of the
dispute between Syria and Iraq
over Euphrates River waters.
Ford and Sadat conferred for
a little more than three hours in
this lovely city in the foothills
of the Alps. They also talked oc-
casionally at two lunches and
a dinner.
Sadat hailed Ford as "an
honest and straightforward
man" and added "he is peace-
loving and a peace struggler."
HE INVITED Ford to visit
Egypt and the American Presi-
dent returned the compliment.
No dates were set.

City moves toward
'911' crisis system

By ANN MARIE LIPINSKI
City Council last night unani-
mously passed a resolution re-
affirming the city's desire to
install an emergency telephone
system much like one Detroit
presently operates.
The "911" emergency tele-
phone system would enable a
caller within the city limits to
reach police, fire and ambu-
lance agencies by simply dial-
ing 911.
Proponents of the system
stress the fact that delay of
valuable time during an emer-
gency, experienced when trying
to remember and dial a seven-
digit number, would be elimi-
nated with the installation of
the three-digit system.
THE CITY has been investi-
gating the value of the system
since April, 1974. With Council's
final nod of approval, Michigan
Bell has estimated that the sys-
tem shotild be operational by
Atgsist, 1976.
The cost to the city would be
approximately $1,000 for instal-
lation, plus an additional $600
per month operational charge.
Council also approved Demo-
crat Mayor Albert Wheeler's

appointment of council mem-
bers to committees, boards and
commissions, following accusa-
tions from Republican Council
members that Wheeler was po-
litically stuffing the committees.
"THIS IS one of the most
blatant power grabs I've seen
in a long time," said Council-
man Roger Bertoia (R-Third
Ward) in response to Wheeler's
appointments of c o m m i t t e e
chairmanships which were all
given to Democrats.
A resolution introduced by
Coticilwoman Kathy Kozachen-
ko (IIRP-Second Ward) urging
the Ann Arbar Transportation
Attthority to immediately begin
work on implementation of an
all-vight dial-a-ride system, was
also passed by Council last
night, with the intent of having
the service in operation by
June 30.
DR. PAUL USLAN
Optometrist
Ful Contact Lens Service
V'sual Examinations
548 Church 663-2476

STEVE'S LUNCH
1313 SO. UNIVERSITY
HOME COOKING IS OUR SPECIALTY
Breakfast All Day Specials This Week
3 eggs,,Hash Browns, Beef Stroganoff
Toast & Jelly-$1.05 Chinese Pepper Steak
Home-made Beef Stew
Ham or Bacan or ols
Sausage with 3 eggs, Goulash
Hash Browns, Toast and .Egg Rolls
JeIly-$1.40 Home-made Soups
(Beef, Barley, Clom Chowder,
3 eggs, Rib Eye Steak, etc. a
Toast & Jelly-$1.90 Chl Veterable Tempura
Isersed after I p.m.)
FAST AND FRIENDLY SERVICE BY MR. AND MRS. LEE
SUMMER HOURS
VM-SAT. 8-8
SUN. 9-2
1313 SO UNIVERSITY
STEVE'S LUNCH

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