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Friday, June 6, 1975


Page Nine

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Air port expansion
battle approaching

(Continued from Page 8)
THREE KITTENS need homes. Call
663-6095. 89T613'
afain! Must find lovng home for
20 guppies and swords. Please! My
tank's gettng crowded! Cal Karl,
42-5731 after 8 pom. dT67
__ - - .- --_----- - __ _ _ __.,
FOUND - Tan, female puppy with
red collar e r S. SeventhDa &is,
Sturday afternoon, /31. Call Huron
Valley Humane Society, .D. No.
03174, 662-5585 dA610
FOUND-A small Chihuahua. White,
black, and brown, on 4th St. and
Ann St. Call 662-0922. dA607
WANTED- P--t--me shoe sles per-
son. Enerinc, ecelent commis-
sion. Mast Shces, 619 E. Liberty.
DEFENDABLE strong persons to
help disabled working woman with
daly activities (meals, dressing,
etc.) weekends and lunchtime,
wekdays. Campuss rea 616-2736
ees., weekend, 764-9149 days. 20615
WANTED-Someone who is inter-
ested in community oraniin and
is familiar with Ann Arbor's human
services and community needs.
Local Motion is looking for a part-
time coordnator, If intersted, call
94-0370, Tuesday or Thursday be-
tween 1-5 p.m. or send a resume to
225 E. Liberty Street, Ann Arbor'
Michitan. 48108. Resumes must be
received by Monday, June 16. 1975.
ATTENTION artists & craftsmen-
our talents are needed now for
the Arborland "Free Art Fair" June
26, 27. 28 (Thurs., Fri., Sat.). For
smace & registration call 971-0380 or
761-7805. 65611
tOUSEKEEPER-Live-In. Part-time
-Starting July 20. I need some-
st who loes children and who
casnbe fimand kind. Two yung-
sters, 7 and 8 years old. Room,
otard, salary and weekends off.
Near campus. Lovely room and ter-
race of your own. 4-11. O95161
We are interviewing for a manage-
tment trainee proram, which will
allowyou to earn $2,000 or more is
5 vears within the financial service
industry. Applicants familiar with
te Flnt or Tel Cities area prefer-
red. Send resume to Henry Zulhof,
1232 N. Michigan, P.O. Box 2023,
Saginaw, Michigan 48605. 85H610
1O THE FOLKS who collect our
tax and such - Indian Summer,
Eden Foods, and Seva Longevity
Ciskery. Local Motion says, "Thanks
much" 05J606
PASSPORT and application photos
taken Wednesday evenings 6 - p.m.
at the Michigan Daily. For further
itformation call 764-0552 and ask
for Pauline or Steve. dJtc
tiele, dissertation. Howard Rontal,
66-7161, after 5 p.m. 91J612
TO THE FOLKS on the Local Mo-
tions scene-People's Food Co-sp
o Packard St. sod on 4th Ave.
Itemized fruit and vegetable co-op.,
and Pizza Bobs. Thanks for collect-
ing the green. 06J606
MOVING? Call us for a reasonable,
professional job. 15 years experience.
Free estimates. 971-4585. cJtc
2000 Green Road. Asnn Arbor
TO THE BUSINESSES who fill our
banks-Bob Elton Double Chevron,
Sound Service, and Mountain High.
Local Motion gives its hardiest
thanks. 07J06
AREA HIGH school teacher available
for tutoring French3or Spanis for
stmimer. Call 73-35 after 6 p.m.
PORTRAIT pinting, pastels, char-
coals, oils. Signs and posters. Banks
Art Studio, 232 Nickels Arcade, 761-
8847. 59J614
~UTORING, conslting in sataistis,
math computers. Call Walt, 994-3594.
TYPING, editing,~cassette trans-
eriptios, IBM copies. Jean Whipple.
12 S. State St. 994-3594, 10 a tm.-
Low rates. 663-7690 or 668-8807.
' J625

RUMMAGE and bake sale. Sat. -BEDROOM, of large, beautiful 2-
June 7, 8-3 at the corner of De- bedroom apt.. immediately or just
trolt and E. Kingsley Sts. Sponsored July-Asgust. Price negotiable. Su-
by thegNeighborhood Food Co-op. san, 563-2910. 4U610
Clothing and houseahod items, live i--
music by the Bo-lo Band 11-2. THE BRAIN of our Calculus Class
73B606 dserves tebest an her Birthday-
-, H,vr a Gret Day, Chitra AK.
GARAGE SALE.bToo manym ism to F606
list. Very good boys 10 am- p.m., HOPTLTOgns itsoe
Sat. and Sun. 1102 Oakland atHOPT IYbin wihsm
EastUnicrsit. 70-001. 0s6 froinsfeom orswie cla. Village
East University. 769-0853. 0B607 Apothecary. 1112 S. University. cFc
GARAE SALE - Antiques; baby B-I
furniture, children's clothing, bikes. BOWL ate or play BILLIARDS
games; household furnishings and Miahigaen till 1 a.m. Fri0and 7at
equipment. Large selection - excel- .Uno.__
lent condition. Sat. & Sun., June CLASSICAL GREEK Major or
7 & 8, from 9-5. (NO checks or grad with speaking proficiency to
early sales). 3431 Sury Dr., Saline. help with indep. phonetics project
(South of Ann Arbor-Saline Rd. & in return for beer money. Call Bob,
Pleasant Lake R.). 030607 761-9579. dF611
761-6827. 85B612 ing and marginai profits assure you
-- -that your diamond will be an in-
BF.COBD RTtE by Longtime DJ. vetetat Austin Diomnd, 1209
Cat 904-33 9 befors 10 p.m. Hrr. S. Unversity, 663-7151. m .Ft
Bargains. 55B607
---- PROFESSIONAL MAN, age 28, work-
SUBLET ng at UM, seeking warm relation-
::.______hip with mature woman in 20s,
SUMMER SUBLET throuch August My interests include international
- Modern apt.. 2-bOrms. 761-4588. affairs, tennis, exercise, mountains,
16U613 and the environment. If you have
--- -- -- similar interests, and are patient
AVAstyAB E snow through Aug. t- in your search for a compatible and
osncisus sunny eficieny 2 blocks hence rising relaionship, write
from camnus. $100/mo. or best MankDily Box sh. ,01F610
offer. Call 662-2310, Tenny or Ravi.
ROOM AVAILASLE now through Money Back Guaranteed
December in commsinal house very Test Preparation
cloeosecampts. Gradate student Free First Lesson-June 7
or working person preferred. Cal THE TEST CENTER-662-3700
761-9441 after 7 p.m. 230610 oF611
SUBLET-Own room in large co- YOU CAN RELAX WITHOUT
speative house: own porch, back- DRUGS . . . avoid tension, with in-
yard garden; June 15 or July 1 expensive Biofeedback system. Free
through August. 763-6339. 24U607 information-Biofeedback, BOX 1194-
----- --- Cl, Goleta, CA. 93017. 25F611
SUBLET: Your own sunny, by-win-
dowed bedroom in friendly, coopera- PIANO LESSONS. Play by ear/Music
tive apartment. Available June 13 Theory. Low rates. 971-4163. 46F607
thruth. Aiust. Parking! Female - -
.94-155. 7611 Albert's Copying
FEMALE SUBLET. Own room in Dissertation quality. Location: In-
snnyapL.Pool,-A/C. July, August. side David's Books, 529 E. Liberty
Rent negotiable. 663-309800010 994-4028. OFte
OWN ROOM in 3 bdrm, apt. Pos. ALL NEW STUDENTS-
sible Fall option. $55/month. 662- WELCOME TO CAMPUS PINBALL
2310. 67U607 ARCADE, 1217 S. UNIVERSITY
JULY-AUGUST. Fall option. Mod- OE Vic
ern 1 bedroom, A/C, dishwasher,
large patio, excelent campus loca-
tion. 7-0748, 88V607 PA ER
JULY-AUGUST, 1 bdrm., a/c, laun- NOTES
dry, quiet area near campus. Call
769-9798 persistently. 44U606 THESES
SINGLE ROOM in house available FLERS
Jsuly-August. Cali Barb, 662-8870 af-
ternoon 95U611 COPIED
OWN ROOM in friendly campus WHILE-U-WAIT
house. June-Sept. 1. $55/month or
make offer. 763-6534. 99U607 High Quality at
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apt. A/C. dishwasher, balcony, 6 TM
baths. Negotiable. June-August. 603- TheC 'PY MAL L
7261. 96U612
545 CHURCH STREET. cUtc cFts
LOVELY APT. thru Sept. 1. Female ~--~~.
or married couple. Walking distanceN
campus. Bargain. 994-5657. 97U600
JUNE-AUGUST; a room suite, rent COMES SUMMER
very negoitable. 665-5114. 81U606
SUBLET: Late June through August. E T
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pus. Air conditioned, cheap. Jean,D Y
evenings, 61-0923. 07U615
OWN ROOM in 5-bilrm. house avail-
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54607 Still has openings
summer/academic year abroad
EFFICIENCY APT, near campus,t
fall option. Call 665-7603. 16U66 Applications
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things around, ya. Wild PlantA
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trips to local habitats. June 4-25.
Experienced instructors. Call 761-
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room, air- conditioned, furnished 0 VIENNA@" ITALY
apartment June-Agust. Block from 0 RUSSIA " GENEVA .
campus. Rent negotiable. Call 668-
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ANYTIME you have a problem, we ContoCt
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ists at the Union, cF607
216 So. State St.
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weekends aboard 35 ft. ocean-going
ketch, made three trans-Atlantic 662-5575
crossings. Call 663-4398. 82F12 rFte

Cotinued from Page 3)
were researched with the as-
sumption that the airport would
be expanded and it was merely
a question of how much.
But with the environmental
uproar of the late sixties and
early seventies, local attitudes,
previously friendly towards the
airport, turned to caution and
then to open hostility. At the
same time, federal legislation
buckled down on the screaming
jets which play havoc with lev-
els of noise, air, and water pollu-
IT BECAME clear by 1973
that if Council was to decide
what should be done with the
airport a master planning stu-
dy, encompassing environmen-
tal impact and aviation needs
for all of southeastern Michigan,
was necessary.
"The rules of the ballgame
had changed," declared airport
manager John Rinehart yester-
day. "There was no local ex-
pertise" which could conduct
the involved study required, he
said. Transplan was then com-
But Rinehart explained yes-
terday that the repaving would
increase the weight capacity
"from 40,000 to 60,000 pounds.
She (Perkins) only used the
maximum figure," he declared.
IRWIN contended, "It's a big
step from 60,000 pounds to com-
mercial planes." Commercial
aircraft start around 85,000
pounds, Irwin said.
Last week the city received a
$42,000 grant from the Michigan
Aviation Commission and $250,-
000 from the federal government
to repave the runway-provided
the city put up $42,000 of their
own funds.
While the anti-Transplan re-
port recommends the present
airport be maintained without
expansion and a fee be charged
for all incoming flights, it ap-
pears likely that Transplan will
not make any specific recom-
mendations but rather let the
Airport Advisory Committee
reach their own conclusion from
the data provided.
GEO trial
goes on
and on ..
(Continued from Pag 3
trucks were often slowed down
and when they did stop it was
because drivers wished to talk
with the strikers.
IN ADDITION- Klinge said
that that he had been notified
the afternoon before the first
arrests that the University
wanted strikers at the Plant De-
partment arrested. He also said
that a paddy wagon was on the
scene even before anyone had
been ordered to leave.
One of the defendants com-
mented after the hearing, "The
University 'picks and chooses
which groups it will arrest." He
went on to point out that no
charges were filtd against
members of the Black Action
Movement who occupied the Ad-
ministration building for three
days a week prior to the GEO
He also argued, "there are
stronger, clearer statues under
which the arrests could have
been made," such as obstruct-
ing the ingress and egress of
The hearing was adjourned
until next Wednesday.

RINEHART stated he was
confident the "Airport Advisory
Committee would base their re-
commendation to Council on avi-
ation concerns," and not what
other programs might be funded
oith the money the airport
might otherwise receive.
Although the Transplan report
is still undergoing finishing
touches, it has already come un-
der attack -from airport anti-
given a 13 page report from ex-
pansion opponents which claim-
ed the Transplan study is stack-
ed to favor expansion.
Linda Chessler claimed that
the firm was selected from a
list of consultants acceptable to
the Federal Aviation Agency
(FAA), which the CRT stated is
However, the FAA's chief op-
erator at the airport, Robert Ir-
win, vehemently denied Chess-
ler's allegatiens. "No such list
exists . . . the FAA is a neutral
body," said Irwin.
EARLY THIS week local resi-
dent Barbara Perkins spoke to
Council against allowing larger
aircraft at the airport. She
maintained that the repaving
suggestion for the present run-
way would increase its weight-
bearing capacity from some 15,-
000 poinds to 60,000. This in-
crease would allow turbo-jet air-
craft on Ann Arbor's field and,
she emphasized, the next weight
level about 60,000 pounds would
qualify the facility for commer-
cial airplanes.
According to Rinehart the air-
port has a total of $1 million at
its fingertips for renovation -
if the city approves a master
Rinehart explained that there
is $750,000 left over from a 1972
bond issue which can be used
for renovation, and the federal
government owes another $250,-
000 for property it bought but
does not need to pay for until
the airport master plan is pass-
ed by Council.
THE AIRPORT is not self-
supporting, however, and Rine-
hart does not expect it will ever
be. "We are covering our oper-
ating expenses though, just not
our capital ones," he explained.
If the airport is shut down,
the University's flying club will
be hard-pressed to find an air-
field for their operations.
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