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Friday, June 13, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
jS (US get the job done

Page Nine
'U' prof reports
on youth reform

(Continued from Page 8)
SUBLET
JULY-AUGUST--Two-bedroom, ful-
ly furnished, A C, on campus. Call
605-5069. 95U620
APT.-July-Aug. Near bus, central
campus. $80 per mo. _769-4019 eres
91614
DETROIT. CHARMINGLY furnished
2-bedroom writer's apartment in the
Palmer Park area to sblt fr the
academic year (SeptJune) or ex-
change with apt. or house in Ann
Arbor. Laundry, parking included.
9105.No children or pets. 222-7871
41-1529. -1014
WOMAN TO SHARE bedroom in
large hue. reat locaton. Jaly-
Aug. $45.uDahla 904-5012. .7964
SUMMER SUBLET-Female needed
fcr own room-Abby Apts. A/C, dish-
washer, 2 bathrooms, patio. Rent
negotiable. Call 763-6560. 80U618
ROOM AVAILABLE now through
December in communal house very
,lose to campus. Graduate student
or working person preferred. Call
761-9441 after 7 p.m. 89U618
JUILY-AUGUST - One bedroom,
llree-room apartment near campus
in beautiful, old house. 662-0137.
80U614
.JULY-AUGUST. One bedroot, fur-
nished, on campus. $160. 663-4594.
93U614
JULY-AUGUST - Two-bedroom bi-
level, beautiful apartment on For-
et. A/C, balcony, parking, dish-
wasoher. 65-769. 595614
FEMALE OWN ROOM, large, 2-
bdarm. apt. 55/mo. North Cmps.
A v a I1 a b e immediately. 449-4553
days 60U617
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. Large,
2-bdrm. apt., fully furnished, A/C,
creat campus location. Call 761-
2559. - 62517
ROOMS, smmr asblet. 663-9433.
76U614
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY for 1-2
Women in spacious 4-manapart-
macnt. all option. Anne, 663-910.
58U614
AVAILABLE immediately. 1-dm
apt., nicely furnished, campus loca-
ion in quiet area, reasonable rates.
Call 761-2559. 63U617
JULY-AUG.-Modern, furnished, 2-
bedroom apt., A/C, on caipus,
iuaadry, parking, negotiable. 994-
b0. 46614
I-BEDROOM, unfurnished, available
June 21 thrasugh August 15 with
ion Rent 10 662-4032. 425614
ROOM IN HOUSE. $50/month for
summer Call Randi, 662-0669 eves.
30U613
SUBLET-Female Roommate needed
in two bedroom duplex. Rent $60/
moant. 971-2152. Pets allowed.
34U613
SUMMER SUBLET through August
Modern apt., 2-bdrms. 761-4588.
161U613
OWN ROOM in 3 bdrm. apt. Pos-
sible Fall option. $55/month. 662-
2310. 67U607
NEEDED-Sublessee. Share one bed-
room, air - conditioned, furnished
apartment J une-August. Block from
campus. Rent negotiable. Call 668-
7115. 95U525
SUBLET-$9/mo., efficiency, quiet,
uid-May-Aug., near U-Hospital. 994-
5224. 705509
HELP WANTED
EXCELLENT lead vocalist (must-
clan) wanted for rock, soul and
Jazz. Phone Mark, 994-3431 or Steve,
668-6563. 85H614'
ROUSE.WOR- 16 rs. per week.
YARDWORK-4 hrs. per week. Apply
for either or both positions. $3.00/
hr. Own transportation necessary.
761-3283. 83H614
CLEANING PERSON needed, 1 day
a week. References. Call 662-2491
after 5 p.m. 66H614
SUBJECTS with 20 20 vision. $2.50/
hr. 764-4209 from 9-4:30. 77H613
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, 61H613
GAY MEN-If you are a U.M. Stu-
dent and are interested in making
$4.00 by participating in an %
hour research project, call the
Human Sexuality Advocate Office,
763-4186 or 764-0436, Confidentiality
assured. 52614

WANTED TO BUY
35MM CAMERA case, Pentax pre-
ferred. Will pay up to $100. 663-5874
early morning, evening. 69K614
CHECK YOUR CLOSETS-I want to
buy your old Levis in any condition.
Call 761-4897 evenings. dK614
USED CARS
69 AUSTIN-Nerds starter. Great
body, fair motor. estt oer around
$200. noon-4 p.m., 764-0554; mid-
night ta noon, 663-5428. dN620
YAMAHA 1973 RD 350, exc. cond.
2700 miles, helmets, saddlebacs.
$700. 1-229-2616. 51N530
MISCELLANEOUS
GETTING MARRIED? If yo're
planning on getting married during
July and want some fantastic pres-
ents worth over $1,000 and the thrill
of your life, contact: Ned Gershen-
son, promotional director, Arborland
Shopping Center. Call IMMEDIATE-
LY: 971-0380. 74M617
A PROGRAM is now being offered
in Ann Arbor to help combat alco-
hol and drug abuse among gay
women. For further information,
call 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
cMt
FOR SALE
RECORD ALBUMS - Over 200 to
choose from. 994-6332 persistently.
9B619
2!i CUBIC FOOT REFRIGERATOR.
Excellent condition, $70. 663-8619
dB621
MEN'S GOLF CLUBS and accesso-
ries, bowling ball. 665-4779. 86B614
TWO SECTIONAL SOFAS, coffee
table, lamp, portable stereo with
cabinet, dinette set, bar, two bar
stools, two area rugs, bean bag
chair, 5-ft. artificial plant, miscel-
laneous, all in excellent condition.
Call 663-6491. 84B618
FOR SALE--10 speed bicycle, Portu-
guese Flandria, lugged frame, sim-
plex derailer, 25" frame, virtually
new 27" 75 lb. tubular tires, $160
not negotiable. 994-6489. dB614
ONE SEARS 'high voltage' battery,
like new w36 mo. guarantee. $15
or best offer. Call Rob, 764-0552 or
940363. dB613
FOR SALE -One wedding-engage-
ment rings set, yellow gold, 22-pt,
diamond, price negotiable. 994-8017.
40B614
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING theses, resumes, etc. Selec-
tric (choose your type style, can
prk up cd dlive, reaonal.
437-1161. 61J621
DISSERTATION editing. Textual,
grammatical, stylistic advice by
English doctoral students on any
writing. Call 662-5912, 663-5547 per-
sistently. 78J624
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
MOVING? Call us for a reasonable,
professional job. 15 years experience.
Free estimates. 971-4585. cJtc
PORTRAIT panting past els br
coals, oils. Signs and posters. Banks
Art Studio, 232 Nickels Arcade, 761-
8847. 59J614
PORTRAIT- paint-ing pastels,_char-
TUTORING, consulting in statistics,
math computers. Call Walt, 994-3594.
cJtc
TYPING, editing, cassette trans-
cription, IBM copies. Jean Whipple.
812 S. .State St. 994-3594, 10 a.m.-
10 p.M. - cJtg_
MOVING
Low rates, 663-7690 or 668-0007.
cJ625

PETS AND SUPPLIES
HOME NEEDED for nice cat. Call
663-4386 after 5:30. 72T614
THREE KITTENS need homes. Call
663-6095. 89T613
PERSONAL
YOU COULD teach a friend Billiards
at the Union. Open till 1 a.m. Fri-
day and Saturday. cF614
MAY WE HELP YOU with your
non- prescription n e ds? Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University. cFtc
CINEMA II looking for new mem-
bers. Jane, evenings, 665-9348. 94F614
GAY ACADEMIC UNION
Open meeting Sunday, June 15, 8
0'm., 3rd floor Conference Room
Michigan Union. 763-4186 or 761-
2644 (Gay Hotline). 04F614
YOUR SUMMER will be complete-
Bowling at the Union. Open till 1
a.m. tonight, cF614
DIRECT PURCHASING volume sell-
ing and marginal profits assure you
that your diamond will be an in-
vestment at Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
NEXT
COMES SUMMER
CENTER
FOREIGN
STUDY
Still has openings
s"um 'er'a'cad' micyear*broad

(Continued from Page 3)
necessities for physical and
mental health.
"S U P E R V I S 1 0 N and
inspection are inadequate,"
stated Sarri. "The lack of con-
tinual supervision is especially
problematic for jailed youth,
since they can be abused by'
adult prisoners."
Upon completion of her re-
port, Sarri come down hard
against jailing juveniles, claim-
ing, "Regardless of the rea-
sons put forth to justify the
jailing, the practice is almost
always destructive to the child
and, in the long run, to the com-
munity that allows its youth to
be handled in harmful ways.
"Placing juveniles in adult
jails should be entirely elimi-
nated and specialized detention
facilities should be limited only
to youth who have been formal-'
ly charged with law violations,"

she concluded.
TO COMBAT the inadequa-
cies of the country's juvenile de-
linquency system, Sarri's report
recommended statutory chang-
es to ensure "strong and effec-
tive prohibitions" against jail-
ing and to ensure strict con-
trols on detention practices.
She also called for improve-
ments in detention facilities, in-
cliding more and better trained
staff workers, improved med-
ical focilities, and develonment
of educational programs for de-
tained children.
"Widespread, resolute, notent
action is "rgently needed." de-
clared Sarri. "Unless states
and local communities move
immediatelv to modify statutes,
Policies and practices, a sub-
stantial Proportion of the cur-
rent generation of vouith will
continue to be harmed unjusti-
fiably."

Rep. Nedzi asks to resign
as chairman of House unit

(Continued from Page 1)

but he left the door open to pe

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mittee. suasion,
"We want to get somebody "I'm a public servant and
that we can all support and just believe in doing what is in t
get this investigation started," public's interest," he a
Giaimo said. "It is shameful "I'm ready to serve where I'
the way this has lagged." needed."
NEDZI WAS to have announc- BUT HE said the "situatiol
ed his resignation formally in a within his faction-ridden pan
House speech yesterday after- "had made it impossible forn
noon immediately after Albert to work."
read his letter of resignation.
But Albert asked and receiv- Rep. David Treen, (R-La
ed his permission to defer the said there was doubt wheth
whole matter until Monday. the subcommittee was legal
An Albert aide said the created.
Speaker feared there might be Meanwhile, the White Hou
"a full blown fight" over the released the text of two met
issue and wanted time to let oranda which President Fo
tempers cool. sent Wednesday, one to At!
THERE IS some strong pro- Gen. Edward Levi and the of
Nedzi sentiment in the House, er to Levi, Secretary of Sta
which could vote to reject his Henry Kissinger, Secretary
resignation. Defense James Schlesinge
Nedzi told reporters he fore- Secretary of the Treasury W
saw nothing that would make liam Simon, and CIA Direct
him retract his decision to quit, William Colby.
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