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601 E. WILLIAM
ANN ARBOR 48104
TRIPS, HOLIDAY TRIPS
Corner William & Maynard
A PROGRAM is now being offered
A Ann Arbor to help combat alco-
ol and drug abuse among gay
women.. For further information.
cl 763-4186. All communication
held in strict confidence. 22M328
FOR SALE - One wedding-engage-
ment rings set, yellow gold, 22-pt.
diamond, price negotiable. 994-8017.
WOMEN'S 10-SPEED Schwinn bi-
cycle. Excellent condition. 668-6410
after 4 p.m. 49B612
2% CUBIC FOOT REFRIGERATOR.
Excellent condition. $70. 663-8619,
7-7 pin dB6i2
T IFFANY STYLE LAMPS for sale..
'65 T-IRD. AM-FM 0 g, bpwe
evccting. Ladd. 30 neg-tiable.
475-2646 or 665-5128. dN610
195 VW BEETLE, good condition,
$200 or best offer. Phone 769-9774,
7 FIAT, best offer. 699-3721.
YAMARA 177 RD 50, etc., cond.
2700 miles, helmets, saddlebags.
700. 1-229-2616. 5IN530
CANO single lens reflex camera
mm F 1.8 lens. Excellent cond-
ion. 0100. Call Jack, 761-3127. 12D612
CAR SERVICE ACCES.
CABINET BUILT to fit Dode Van's
73 on. $35. Peter, 665-2392. 38611
AUTO TUNEUPSI Finest quality
parts used, ludicrously low prices.
Wirk and satisfaction guaranteed.
Cali Michael, 5-7 p.m., 665-472.
PETS AND SUPPLIES
T0REE KITTENS need homes. Call
miY MEN- of you are a U.M. Stu-
ilit and are interested in making
141100by participating in an ">.
HIour cearch proect, cal ite
F1 iiiian Seuclty Aivocote Ofice.
763-4186 or 764-0436. Confidentiality
WANTED-Part-time shoe sale. per-
on. Experience, excellent commis-
ion Mast Shoes, 619 E. Liberty.
DEPENDABLE strong persons to
help disabled working woman with
daily activities (meals, dressing,
etc.) weekends and lunchtime,
weekdays. Campus area. 662-2734
ees., weekend, 764-9149 days. 20H610
ATTENTION artists & craftsmen-
your talents are needed now for
the Arborland "Free Art Fair" June
26, 27, 28 (Thurs., Fri., Sat.). For
sace ®istration call 971-030 or
-Starting July 20. I need aome-
oe who loav ehcildren 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 i'nt o0 T i ciie area prefer-
red, Send resume to Menry Eulhof,
1232 N. Michigan, P.O. Box 2023,
Saginaw, MIchigan 48605. 85610
SPECIAL limited sale. Bottecohia
professional full camp equipment.
$5.50. Allsport, 663-2233. 69Z14
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND--1 gry kitten with oeey
nose, 2-3 months old, South Uni-
versity and Oxford vicinity. Call
peristetly, 74-796. dAII
LOST-SIAMESE CAT lost in Arb.
Rewrd. 668-8243. 35A610
FOUND - Tn, female pppy with
red collacnear S. Seventh & Davis,
Saturday afternoon. 5/31. Call Huron
Valley Humane Society, ID. No.
03174, 62-5585. dA6l0
Former U. team player, second4yeac
in An Arbor. Bil, 763-6148. 43612
COMPLETE RESUME serice. Typ-
ing-copying--photgraphy. Call 761-
All electric. Serving the academic,
professional and business communi-
ties for 15 years. PRINTING, RE-
SUMES, EDITING. TASK, 761-4146.
PASSPORT and application photos
taken Wednesday evenings 6 p.m.
at the Michigan Daily. For further
information call 764-0552 and ask
for Pauline or Steve. dJtc
$DITORIAL ASSISTANCE, book, ar-
ticle, dissertation. Howard Rontal,
665-7161, after 5 p.m. 91J012
MOVING? Call us for a reasonable,
professional job. 15 years experience.
Free estimates. 971-4585. cJtc
PORTRAT painting, pastels, char-
coals, oils. Signs and posters. Banks
ArtStudio, 232 Nickels Arcade.9761-
TUTORING, consulting in statistics,
math computers. Call Walt, 994-3594.
TYPING, editing, cassette trans-
cription, IBM copies. Jean Whipple,
812 S State St. 994-3594, 10 a.m.-
10 p.m. cJtc
Low rates. 663-7690 or 668-807.
JULY-AUG.-Modern furnished, 2-
bedroom apt.. A C, on campus,
laindy ,paking, negotiable. 994-
I BDRM APT. Fall option.Availabe
now. negotiable rent fineold house,
big kitchen. 665-7586, 5-7 p.m. 39U612
1-BEDROOM, unfurnished, available
.iine 21 through August 15 with
option. Rent $180. 662-4032. 42U614
0 MIN HOUSE $50 1mo0 th o
smre.Ciii Rndi, 662-0660 cves.
SUBLE T-Female Roommate needed
il t wo bedroom duplex. Rent $60/
month. 971-2152. Pets allowed.
SUMMER SUBLET through Aug ust
-Moder0 apt., 2-dms. 71-588.
ROOM AVAILABLE now through
lose to campus. Graduate student
o orkig person preferred. Call
761- -1t - -r 7 p.m. 23U610
FEMALE SUBLET. Own room in
sunny apt. Pool, A/C. July, August.
Rent negotiable. 663-8390. 980610
OWN ROOM in 3 bdrm. apt. Pos-
sible Fall option. $55/month. 662-
SINGLE ROOM in house available
July-August. Call Barb, 662-8876 a-
MUST SUBLET - Modern, 3-bdrm.
apt. A/C, dishwasher, balcony, 1a
baths. Negotiable. June-August. 663-
CIENCY APARTMENT. FALL OP-
TION. DARLMANN APARTMENTS,
545 CHURCH STREET. cUte
SUBLET: Late June through August.
One person, modern apt, near cam-
pus. Air conditioned, cheap. Jean,
. evenings, 668-6923. 87U610
NEEDED-Sublessee. Share one bed-
room, "air - conditioned, furnished-
apartment. June-August. Block from
campus. Rent negotiable, Call 6668-
SUBLJ-$95/mo., efficiency, quiet,
mid-May-Aug., near U-Hospital. 94-
5224. . 7105016
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
et thejob darne
NICE, big, fun-loving Jewish boy
wishes to meet nice. unattached
girl, Jewish or otherwise. Write c/
Box 23, Michigan Daily, Ann Arbo
USED FENDER, sup erb rt h ith
4 0" .speakers. Apollo Mioic Cte,
323 S. Main. eXt
PIONEER cassette deck wth doty.
Soy reel-to-reel deck TC366. Pio-
neer direct drive turntable with
two Jensen loud speakers with two
12's each. Whole shot, $750. 763-
6890 after 6 p.m. 33X613
USED VIOLINS-Good far starter.
89.50. Apollo Music Center. 709-
LUDWIG DRUM SET-Double tom,
Zildlan cymbals ecellent cndi-
tion. Als Dyna amp with Utah
speakers. Sandy, 761-9009 after 6.
BEGINNING astrology class. 8 weeks
$15 (or some fair exchange). Call
Jan, 665-8202. 41F611
COUPLES ARE SPECIAL today.
Billiards at reduced rates. U-M
Union, 11 a.m.-12:30 am. cF610
The ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY is
alive and well In Dexter. Call for
free pick-up. 426-8081. cFtc
WHERE MARGINAL PRICES buy
quality diamonds--Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151. eFtl
WANTED-Male guitarist with good
voice to sing a mellow seven golden
daffodills, etc. Fee negotiable. Reply
Daily Bus 15. 44F612
YOU WILL LOOK casual and feel
comfortable. U-M Styliss atthe
15%DISCOUNT on all acne prepa-
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1112 S. University. cFtc
GAY Liberation Open Meeting Tues.,
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Conference Room. All welcome!
Plans for Gay Pidte Week. Iota73-
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7 days. 55F10
1-BEDROOM of large, beautiful 2-
bedroom apt., immediately or just
July-August. Price negotiable. Su-
san, 563-2910. 48U610
CLASSICAL GREEK S Major or
grad with speaking proficiency to
help with odep. phonetics project
in return for beer money. Call Bob.
PROFESSIONAL MAN, age 28, work-
lng at UM, seeking warm relatian-
sips with mature woman in 20s,
My interests include international
affairs, tennis, exercise, mountains,
and the environment. If you have
similar interests, and are patient
in your s arch fo a compatible and
hcence rising relatioship, wite
Mark, Daily Box 4. 01F610
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Faith healer draws
crowd of converts
(Continued from Page1) people. I love them, I could
never tell vo. Maye the sec-
drown a folloWing of hundreds nerlolst.Myeheec
of thousands. Bus reservations ret is love," she said, her face
for last Saturday's religious brightenig as if she had sud-
service were closed off weeks denly hesosligtened.
ago. And as the crowd inside AND ON STAGE, before the a
stood in prayer it was reported thousands who had come to
that thousands more waited bask in the power of the Holy
outside the arena doors. Spirit that snnosedly prevaded
"LAST SUNDAY at the Chi- the arena, Kuhlman reveled in
cago Convention Center we the love that audience gave to
drew the biggest crowd in the her.
history of that amphitheatre," "Everybody - has complaints
K D111im a n said proudly. h about our nation,' she address-
"We broke all records. In Niag- ed the crowd, her long frothy
ra Falls we outpulled Elvis dress flnating on the air. "But
Presley." if you can find this many peG-
Although she dwells on the ple on a Saturday afternoon to
numbers of people her ministry come to a service like this, you
lures, Kuhlman maintains that know somethingchas to be right
she herself is not the attraction, with our country. The United
"I don't believe that I have States is no stronger than its
any personal magnetism," she sniritual forces, and is today is
said laughing. "I don't care if any evidence. d say wer
you say she has no talent, that's pretty strong."
all right with me. But you know
what I really think," she asked, The crowd roared its approv-
hugging herself with excite- el.
ment. "I think this is the SHE HAD A tremendous rap-
churchs' greatest hour." port with the audience. She
AND IF lst Strdays events talked to them almost as if they
could be believed, they would were her children, and even ad-
be the proof of Kuhlman's mitted "sometimes I feel like
words, for literally hundreds of the mother of the nation."
those attending claimed to have
been cured of some malady or She joked with them, and ad-
other, monished them, prayed for
Many got up out of their them and with them. And as
wheel chairs and walked, push- she talked, she moved almost
ing their chairs toward the like a dancer acr6ss the stage
stage. Others announced that -at times spreading her arms
their deaf ears had been open- wide, and then cradling them
ed, and, miraculously, through as if she were holding the in-
the grace. of God and the Holy visible gift of God. She spoke
Spirit, they could hear again. in low tones, then whirled and
However, one woman who threw her voice across the au-
"hadn't walked in seven years," dience.
wore a pair of scuffed, down- The crowd moved with her,
trodden shoes, and the major- raising their arms to bring
ity of people whose hearing down the power of God. One
had reappeared were cured in woman erupted from her seat
the same ear. shrieking. She was' immediately
N E V E R T H E L E S S surrounded' bushers, and car-
Kuhlman maintains that the St. ried away kicking and wailing
Louis Post Dispatch estimated while Kuhlman chided her
the number of people cured with gently, saying "No honey, no.
her help as close to two mil- We don't do that, we don't do
ion. She also claims that Kath- that."
ryn Kuhlman does not heal
these people, "it is nothing AND THEN, after praying for
more or less than the old fash- two hours, the audience was
ioned power of God." ready. Kuhlhman begn, "I feel
"But I like to stay away from an er opening up, somewhere
the spectacular," she added. -behind me," she whispered.
"Someone can hear again. Who
"i always feel badly when is it? Who is it? And over
they thini of it in terms of a there a sinus condition is open-
'Ilealing minisdry," she sighed, -
shaking her head. "For the te tspWand heart condition 1
greatest 'miracle is a spiritual curd. Whee oreo 1, standop,
healing. The physical healing otand 01."
is wonderful, but sooner or lat- After a hesitation, they stood
er they're going to die. But the up, and came down. The ushers
snirituial healing - that's the questioned them, and if they
transformation of life that is for could toch their toes, they
all eternity. Two thirds of those were osred. To some they said,
who come to my services are "Go bck to vour seats until
not sick. You might say that God ctres Vou."
the healing is thrown in for Finally, the ushers began
good measure." turning them away, and Kuhl-
According to Kuhlman, she man began the closing prayer,
does not have the power to heal again swaving back and forth
the sick, only the "t.ord.", the across the stage.
"Holy Spirit," "Jesus Christ,"
and the "Mercy of God," can THE CHOIR stood up, and
cure indiscriminately. But the hegsn to slng, the sound swell-
Holy Spirit will come to her, ing as members of the audience
she says, and through her hands began joining in. They crowded
aid the sick. around the stage, raising up
"THERE'S NO mystery about their arms, and closing their
it, and no mystery about me. It eyes, some reaching toward the
is just as simple as the Bible. faith healer who stood resplen-
Sometimes at a press confer- dent in the spotlight.
ence they'll try and wringta When she left the stage, sur-
secret out of me, but it is the rounded by an army of ushers,
same power of Elijah, as Paul the crowd of Christians slowly
(the Apostle). Pope Paul would turned away and left the audi-
know exactly what Itm talking torium - replenished and still
about." softly singing,
When asked how she felt .
when people were cured If you hear a scratching,
through her hands, the only re- jinglingnoise from one ofthe
sponded with a vague answer. wheels of your car, it is prob-
"When you ask me do I feel ably a signal that a brake shoe
something, it's something that . has slipped, it is an inexpensive
I feel so completely with those defect to repair,.