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Thursday, June 5, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

1:G getihe job done

(Continued from Page 8) BUSINESS SERVICES
AREA HIGH school teacher available
PETS AND SUPPLIES for tutoring French or Spanish for
sniner. Call 973-9:350 after 6 p.m.
'HREE KITTENS need homes Call 61J606
663-6095. 89T613
PORpRAIT paininng, pastels, char-
OVERPRODUCTIVE FISH does it cols, oils.5 igns and posters Banks
again! Must find lovng home for Art Stidio, 232 Nickel s Arcade. 761-
20 guppies and swords. Please! My 8347. 59J614
tank's gettingecrowded! Calt Karl,.
482-5731 after 1 p.m. dT607 TUTORING. onsultinl in statistics,
m 11ath computers. Coll Walt, 994-3594.
LOST AND FOUND cJtc
I0USD--A small Cthht. White. TYPING, editing, cassette trans-
blOck, antI ban, on 4th . nd criptioi. 3IBM Ilcopies. Jean Whipple,
Ann St. Call 662-0922. dA607 01 S State St. 994-3594. 10 a.n-
10 .m. cJtoc
FOUND- Jade and gold earring at
Hnron Valley National Bank at MOVING
North University and Thayer. 5s27
994-3154. 00002 1,ow1rates. 663-7690 o 668-807.

SUBLET
NEEDED- Sublessee. Share one bed-
room, air -0conditioned, furnished
apart ient June-August. Block from
campus Rent negotiable. Call 668-
7195 95U525
SUB1ET -95 mo., efficiency, quiet,
inid-May-Aug., near U-Hospital. 994-
5224. 70U509
_ OF 2 BEDROOM apt . $60'm.
Near campus. Call 764-6290 days;
764-1136 ees. 15U64
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: Used filing cabinet. 699-
9824. 76K605
PHOTO SUPPLIES
FOR SALE: Omega B22-XL, El-
Nikkor 50mm0 1 4., Uniroller, Uni-
drus II, Soigor exposure meter,
Time-o-lite Master, Exakta 500, Len-
tar 35mm f 3.5, others. Call 971-
5209 between 6:30 and 9:30 p.m.
79D605
TICKETS
GREECE! Fly Detroit to Athens,
July 14-August 20. Bargain $498.
Must sell my ticket. Call Debbie,

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
USEDFENDER, superb reterb with
4 10" speakers. Apollo Music Center,
:23 S. Main. eXtc
NEW EPIPHONE shipment now in.
Most models in stock. Get a deal.
Apollo Music Center, :323 Main
(X606
PANASONIC FM-AM stereo unit
with turntable, excellent speakers.
$225. 994-6680 eves. 75X606
USED VIDLINS-Good for starter.
$89.50. Apollo Music Center. 769-
1400. eXtc
USED ARTLEY FLUTE for student.
761-9470. (X606
USED HARMONY 12 string guitar
in good shape with excellent sound.
Apoo Music Center. 769-1400. (X607
COMPLETE Sterea system os ale.
Itnclsides- Sasal 2000A Tuener Ate-
plifier, Garrard SL65 turntable and
Electrovoice, 15" triaxial speakers
mounted in 15 cu. ft. cabinets. A!
deal at $275. Call 668-6029 evenings.
943605
USED DREADNAUGHT guitar sale.
Starting at $49.95. Come in and
(teal. Apollo Music Center, 323 S.
Main. (X607
LUDWIG DRUM SET-Double toms
Zildjian cymbals, excellent condi-
tion. Also Dyna amp with Utah
speakers. Sandy, 761-9009 after 6.
72X523
HELP WANTED
PAPER CARRIERS NEEDED 1
rhe Michigan Daily is now taking
applicatiens for Susitute and fall-
tme crn-ees. For mere information
call 764-0558 or lust stop in. dH611
ATTENTION artists & craftsmen-
your talents are needed now for
the Arborland "Free Art Fair" June
26. 27, 28 (Thurs., Fri., Sat.). For
space& &registration catt 971-0636 or
761-7805. 65H611
HOUSEKEEPER-Live-In, Part-time
-Starting Jsiy 26. I need some-
one who loves children and who
can be firm and kind. Two young-
sters, 7 and 8 years old. Room,
board, salary and weekends off.
Near campus. Lovely room and ter-
race of your own. 994-1013. 95H610
SALES MANAGEMENT TRAINEE
We are interviewing for a manage-
ment trainee program, which will
allow you to earn $25,000 or more in
5 years within the financial service
industry. Applicants familiar with
the Flint or Tri Cities area prefer-
red, Send resume to Henry Zuilhof,
1232 N. Michigan, P.O. Box 2023,
Saginaw, Michigan 48605. 85H610
BUSINESS SERVICES
EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE, book, ar-
ticle, dissertation. Howard Rontal,
665-7161, after 5 p.m. 91J612
MOVINO? Call us for a reasonable,
professional job. 15 years experience.
Free estimates. 971-4585. cJtc
CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
2000 Green Road, Ann Arbor
769-5314
11J65
--C ---O

FOR SALE
RUMMAGE ond bake sale. Sat.,
June 7, 8-3 at the corner of De-
troit and E. Kingsley Sts. Sponsored
by the Neighborhood Food Co-op.
Clothing and household items, live
music by the Bo-lo Band 11-2.
73B606

POWER-BUILT GOLF irons. $150. ' c6-5291. 860610
Super condition. 2-W, 971-5433 after
6. 11B606 PERSONAL
GARAGE SALE. Too aany items to PROFESSIONAL MAN, age 28, work-
list. Very good buys. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., ing at UM, seeking warm relation-
Sat. and Sun. 1102 Oakland at ships with mature woman in 20s.
East University. 769-0853. 00B607 . My interests include international
affairs tennis, exercise, mountains,
GARAGE SALE - Antiques; baby and the environment. If you have
furniture, children's clothing, bikes, similar interests, and are patient
games; household furnishings and in your search for a compatible and
equipment. Large selection -excel-
lent condition. Sat. & Sun., June hMokr Dail Boi lationship,
7 & 8, from 9-5. (NO checks or
early sales). 3431 Surry Dr., Saline. lET 05 FILL yoir nest prescrip-
(South of Ann Arbor-Saline Rd. & tion. The Village Apothecary. cFtc
Pleasant Lake R.), 6306037*
TIFFANY STYLE LAMPS for sale. LSAT-GRE-MCAT-DAT
761-6827. 5B612 Money Back Guaranteed
Test Preparation
FOR SALE-One Sears 'high voltage' Free First Lesson-Jine 7
battery. Like new. $20 or best offer. THE TEST CENTER-662-3700
Call Rob at. 764-0552. dB605 cF611
RECORD SALE by Longtime DJ. ANNUAL DIAMOND SALE-Now in
Call 994-3399 before 10 p.m. Hurry. progress. Sale began January 1 and
Bargains. 55B607 will end December 31. Austin Dia-
--------- -.-----_ - mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
SUBLET cFtc
- PUT SOME STYLE into your life.
FEMALE SUBLET. Own room in U-M STYLISTS at the UNION. We
sunny apt. Pool, A/C. July, August. have a complete line of RK. cF605
Rent negotiable. 663-8390. 98U610 -- - - - -
_-CLASSICAL GREEK * Major or
OWN ROOM in 3 bdrm. apt. Pos- grad with speaking proficiency to
sible Fall option. $55/month. 662- help with indep. phonetics project
2310. 67U607 in return for beer money. Call Bob,
-~-- - -- - -- 761-0579. dF611
JULY-AUGUST. Fall option. Mod- --- - -
ern 1 bedroom, A/C, dishwasher, A LITTLE LUCK, a litle skill gets
large patio, excellent campus loca- you a free game. Bowling at the Un-
tion. 769-0748. 88U607 ion, z cF605
JULY-AUGUST, 1 bdrm., a/c, laun- THE ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL
dry, quiet- area near campus. Call of the Rackham Graduate School is
769-9798 persistently. 44U606 now sccepting applicationsfor 1
____ - - Grad. Student Membership far sum-
SINGLE ROOM in house available mer term. All fully metriculated
July-August. Call Barb, 662-8870 af- U-M Grad students are eligible for
ternoon 95U611 namination. The Council will locus
____ - - - . on adminiatration-admision policy,
OWN ROOM in friendly campus graduate records, fellowships, and
house. June-Sept. 1. $55/month or procedures and policy. Applications
make offer. 763-6534. 99U607 for nomination are available M-F
_ __ -afternoons May 26-Month of June.
MUST SUBLET - Modern, 3-bdrm. (763-5272). 87F604
apt. A/C, dishwasher, balcony, 1?z
baths. Negotiable. June-August. 663- SAILING for fun or experience on
7261. 96U612 weekends aboard 35 ft. ocean-going
--.-_------------- ketch, made three trans-Atlantic
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-EFFI- crossings. Call 663-4398. 82F612
CIENCY APARTMENT. FALL OP-
TION. DAHLMANN APARTMENTS, PIANO LESSONS. Play by ear/Music
545 CHURCH STREET, cUtc Theory. Low rates. 971-4163. 46F607
LOVELY APT. thru Sept. 1. Female
or married couple. Walking distance Albert's Copying
campus, Bargain. 994-5657. 97U606 Dissertation quality. Location: In-
SUBLET: Your own sunny, bay-win- side David's Books, 529 E. Liberty.
dowed bedroom in friendly, coopera- 994-4028. cFtc
tive apartment. Available June 13 ALL NEW STUDENTS-
through August. eaking! Female WELCOME TO CAMPUS PINBALL
preferred. 993-3155. 78U607 ARCADE, 1217 S. UNIVERSITY
GPEN EVERY DAY
JUNE-AUGUST, a room suite, rent cFc
very negoitabte. 665-5114. 81U606 1 -- ---
SUBLET: Late June through August. PAPERS
One person, modern opO. near tam-
pus. Air conditioned, cheap. Jean, NOTES
evenings, 068-6923. 87U616
OWN ROOM in 5-bdrm. house avail- THESES
able June 16 'til Sept. On Packard
near Arch. 665-5983, best at 6:00. F E
^ 54U607 COPIED
I-BEDROOM of large, beautiful 2-
bedroom apt., immediately or ust W HILE-U-W AIT
July-August. Price negotiable. Su-
san, 663-2910. 48U610 High Quality at
___________- - ..-LOW Cast
EFFICIENCY APT. near campus,
fall option. Call 665-7603,. 1U The CO PY M ILL
BECOME more aware of the natural
things around you. Wild Plant 211 B So. State,
Identification Course. Sis field Ineor GINO'S)
trips so local habitats. June 4-25. I 6236
Experienced instructors. Call 761- 662-3969
8518 eves. before 9. dM530 cFtc

AP Phota
Peek-a-boo
One of three baby racoons living in a hollow tree starts
the day with a check of the weather. A photographer using a
long lens was able to capture the event although the raccoon's
house is 15 feet above ground level.
Sugar prices remain
below win ter record

NEW YORK UP) - Sugar
prices, which reached unpre-
cedented heights seven months
ago, have declined so sharply
this year there is now talk of
reimposing price supports.
The price for raw sugar,
which is used to make the fin-
ished product, is about 15 cents
a pound - less than one-fourth
the record high of 65.6 cents a
pound last November.
THE RETAIL PRICE for re-
fined sugar has dropped less
sharply as refiners seek to sell
the sugar made from raw sugar
bought before the price drop-
ped.
The national average for re-
fined sugar in April, according
to the Bureau of Labor Statis-
tics, was $2.09 a five-pound
bag, compared with $3.14 in De-
cember and 85 cents in January
1974.
Although the current price
for raw sugar is still twice the
historic averages, commodity
analysts forsee further drops
ahead and note that domestic
growers fear further declines
could wipe out their invest-
ments.
"THERE' S T A L K
among growers of going to Con-
gress with a united front," said
one high-ranking official in the
Department of Agriculture, who
emphasized the government had
no present plans to support
prices.
"If spot prices get down to the
10-cent level, the growers will
descend on Washington like lo-
custs," said a Wall Street com-
modities analyst who asked to
remain anonymous. Such a lev-
el was a "definite possibility,"

he said.
At the Department of Agricul-
ture, the Economic Research
Service has begun a study of
the relationship of price and
production over the next five
years. "We're looking at alter-
natives rangipg from free
trade to reimposition of target
prices," said Robert Bohall,
who heads the study.
BOHALL SAID the House Ag-
riculture Committee plans hear-
ings this summer to see what
should be done.
Last year Congress ended the
Sugar Act, which for 40 years
had protected domestic growers
by adjusting imports to meet a
target price. Critics of the act
said it was unnecessary in a
shortage situation with prices
far above the 11.45 cent-a-pound
target.
Any attempt to revive the act
to help growers would probab-
ly run into fire from consum-
ers, who like the declining pric-
es.
WITH RAW sugar at 15 cents
a pound, Bohall said, most
growers are doing "reasonably
well." However, an official with
the USDA's Stegar Division, who
asked to remain unidentified,
said domestic sugar production
need to charge between 14 and
20 cents a pound to cover costs,
plis whatever they add for
profit.
Panic and a worldwide short-
age drove sugar prices to last
year's record level. Refiners,
worried about supplies, bought
three to six months ahead as
late as last December, some ob-
servers say.

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