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MISCELLANEOUS By WILLIAM RYAN Europe, includi
FREE FLEA MARKET - Arbortand AP Special Correspondent Vatican.
Shopping Center every Sat. begin-
ning July 19, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Can for The president
ree registration or addiional in- The European security conference at last sorted dictator
formation, 971-0380. 5M76
has fixed the target date for a mass sum- World War I b
MUSICAL MDSE., mit of 35 government chiefs, and the Soviet it created are
RADIOS, REPAIRS leadership will likely regard this as a singu- means a sort of
lar victory for the foreign policy it has East and West,
SHURE microphone sale now in pro- conducted for the last half dozen years. states createdu
gress. Apollo Music Center, 769-1400.
GIBSON SG electric guitar, superb The conference, expected to gather in IT'S ALL bei
action, exceent condition, 1966 Helsinki, Finland, July 30, has little of grave tente, a policy
model$25 or best offer. 663-073 importance to do beyond ritualizing the end Communist, ho
persistentiy. 0X78 of World War I, substituting for a peace meeting of 1969
USED EPIPHONE bass guitar priced treaty that has been unachievable for three the Soviet Comi
to sell. Apollo Music Center, 323 S. ovie es
Main, 769-1400. cXtc -ecades. of 1971.
UNIVOX split key piano, $400. 9 BUT THE fact that the Soviet Union has Some in the
mons. old. Slingerland double set,
$500. 994-633. 44x715 campaigned for such a conference for 20 minded of the
- -- ---years suggests it 'has a number of abiding that were a ci
PIONEER cassette deck with dolby. reasons for wanting this ceremonial to take cold war.
Sony reel-to-reel deck TC366. Pin-
neer direct drive turntable with place, however empty of accomplishment it Pravda, the
two Jensen ld speakers with two might seem to some Western observers.
12's\ each. Whoes sht, 750. 73- on the 30th ant
6890 after 6 p.m. 33X613 The conference will be the biggest thing mit of the Bri
LUDWIG DRUM SET-Doible toms, by way of pomp and ceremony since the leaders as Wor
zitdjian cymbals, excelent cond- funeral of Edward VII brought together in that the agree
tion. Also Dyna amp with Utah
speakers. Sandy, 761-900 after 6 London all the crowned heads of Europe. as a model for
ist and capitalis
PERSONAL That extravaganza, only four years be-
fore the outbreak of the dreadful carnage of MANY IN th
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reduced rates today and Wed. Mich- World War I, was the herald of political pact to have be
igan Union, cF715 earthquakes: disintegration of mighty em- vietization of al
WHERE MARGINAL PRICES buy pires one after another - the German, the th Yal
duaity diamonds-Austin Diamond, wi ta was
1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc Austro-Hungarian, the Russian and then, no time violati
15%DISCOUNT on all acne prepa- gradually, the mightiest modern empire of Kremlin purpos
rations at the village Apothecary, all, the British.
1112 S. University. etc Today there's
M PIN BOWLING. Win a free game. THIS MASS summit will be different. curity arrangem
Union Lanes. Open 11iam. Mon.-
sat., 1 p.m. Sundays. cC77 There aren't many crowned heads left, and It will not in th
PASSPORT PHOTOS taken at the those that remain aren't running govern- simply a sort of
Dily, Wedesdays at 6 pm. 76- ments. not subject to
0552. ask for Steve or Ken. 65F726 o uhett
OFFSET Printing, Xerxox, Wedding This assemblage will be made up of the West, Whether
and Social Annoncements. heads of the United States, the Soviet Un- ly on good will
PRINTING ion, Canada and all Eastern and Western The West is a
214 S. 4th Ave. 594-4664
OPEN AT 1 P.M. TODAY. Bil ads dig up oca
and Bowlin at the Union. cF72
NONE DAY cretivity art Gestalt
workshop-rural setting. No exper-
ience needed. Aug. 15-24. Berniea
He oet Marek, call Dave Brwn
24 YR. OLD professional student (Continued from Page 3) last Friday.
iS litle free time seeking women
interested in friendship, recrea- fine," Krasny explained that the Councilwoman Colleen M
tional actiies Cal between 8 choice to prosecute is left to the (D-Firs Ward) also pro
e w y discretion of the officer. . Frey that she would la'.uni
SMOKING CONTROL Tharough Be- "But if she wants to she can thoroogh inquiry into the
rlivir Modifictien. Call94-019. come in here and claim it and procedure for police 'oonfisc.
STUDENTS, CAN YOU SPARE then we'll have her arrested," of marijuana to clarify whi
SOME TIME? . . . Volunteers are said Krasny. or not Frey's privacy had
wanted to sare an hur a week o
with prospective U-M students and Although the officer confis- invaded.
their families who'd like to see the cated "about 40 or 50" of the t
campus aud hear abeut life at marijuana plsnts, according to "Any thinking erson K
Michigan. Call Ed Bletcher, Alumni Frey, he either overlooked or by now that marijuana is
Assoc., 764-0304, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. F71 Fe, xrtoh eyrreyotoldrCoucil.
chose not to expropriate a o rytodCucl
THE COPY MILL healthy portion of the weed aout time it was legalized
HIGH QUALITY-LOW COST which still- remains in Frey'sd- n .
211 B S. STATE
(NEAR GINO'S) ONE OF the plants, which
662-3069 stands approximately three feet
HAROLD KLEIN, WHERE ARE tall, was proudly displayed by
YOU? Your friends at 2101 Devon- Freyyesterday afternoon as she
shire would like you to pick up your
belongings and settle accounts. boasted of its impressive pro-
-Edith. 52F722 portions and described its un-
ALL NEW STUDENTS- usual characteristics,
WELCOMETO CAMPUS PINBALL Affectionately referring to it
ARCADE, 1217 S. UNIVERSITY as her "albino marijuana plant,"
OPEN EVERY DAY eF Frey explained that mutant
- W TL genes had caused the plant to
PERMANENT WIGHT LOSS grow a pale colored branch,
through Behavior Modification. Call t""h
994-0019. 17F802 setting it apart from her other
The ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY is She said she would Ii'e to
alive and well in Deaer. Call for
free pcu 426051 ePa c take it to the University botany
frepick-up. 426-8081. , cFtc
--- ____-- department for study, but fear-
BOARD EXAM TUTORING ed that it would be desrrcyed
STANLEY H. KAPLAN
TUTORING COURSES by an unsympathetic botany pro-
Enro now to prepare for upcoming fessor
MCAT * DAT LSAT 0 GRE FOLLOWING her plea to
ATGSB board exams. For informs-
tion call (313) 354-0085. cFtc Council last night, Counclwo-
- _man Kathy Kozachenko (HRP- '
A 1 ,ct'i + r,2 ISecond Ward) told Democratic
ng the microstates and the of Soviet campaigning for this outcome, th
aim had been to undermine the Atlanti
alliance and also to prevent Western Europ
s prime ministers and as- from moving toward political and defens
by agreeing that the borders unity. The original Soviet idea had bee
henceforth inviolate. This that a security arrangement would creat
fermnenturtinbteeTh a peace euphoria that would make th
permanent curtanm between American military presence in Western Et
a buffer zone of Communist rope seem less essential.
under Soviet guns.
ing done in the name of de- EVEN without the detente push, howeve
blessed by the international the alliance already is encountering painfa
vement at their Moscow difficulties at its western and eastern ai
and officially launched by chors, from the impact of political event
munist congress - the 24th Meantime, the Soviet bloc will feel safe
than ever. The' statesmen are about t
West are going to be re- agree those frontiers cannot be change
Yalta agreements of 1945 by force.
urtain-raiser to the era of
Reluctantly, the Russians appear to hav
agreed that peacefi change is possibl
iversaryofthe Kreml nn but the memory of 196 od Czechoslovaki
tish, Soviet and American is fresh, and Moscow is not expected to pe
Id War II was petering out, mit any political reform movements t
sents reached should serve threaten its hegemony over its sphere.
relations between Commun-
t states. THE PRICE the Russians paid to get th
conference was not high in any case. The
e West consider the Yalta probably will have agreed there should b
en the precursor of the So- some sort of cultural exchange across frog
l East Europe. The trouble tiers, the issue that had snagged the cot
that the Soviet Union lost ference over nearly three years. How muc
ng it, whenever that suited exchange the Russians would permit .t
es. flow freely is moot, but likely it wouldn'
no guarantee that a se- be much.
lent will not suffer similarly. Evidently, too, the question of "conf
e first place be a treat, but dence building" was resolved. It had to d
f mass executive agreement with advance information on military mo
legislative approval in the neuvers.
it works will depend entire- All that remained, then, was for the lead
on both sides. ers of state to get together and go throug
ware that in the many years the ceremonies.
Smiles of a Summer Night
This 1955 film was the Cannes Film Festival
winner of Grand Prix for Best Comedy. Bergman
humanized French farce with this erotic comedy.
In Swedish, with English susbtitles.
TONIGHT at 7 & 9 p.m. Aud. A, Angell Hall
tickets on sale for both shows at 6:30 p.m.
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