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I Thursday, July 31, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

I

Thurday Juy 31 195 TE MIHIGN DILY ~geNin

DAILY
CLASSIFIEDS
(Continued from Page 8)
HELP WANTED
FASHION WAGON of Mineot
Woolen has part-time openings to
show beautiful fashions. No experi-
ence necessary. Must be over 21. If
you can work 3 days a week, have
transportation. and would like a
high income and free wardrobe, call
collect (616) 781-8695 or 781-8464.
26H81
GAY MEN. U-M tulents needed for
rescrch study. $4 paid for i hour.
Call r go to Human Sexuality Of-
te, 325 Michigan Union, 763-416.
04H731
PERSONAL
WANTED- Psych or Biology profess-
or to sponsor my independent study
pojton0 Reich, Yoga and au
p>ncture. Rich Fox, 994-067. 2OFO1
PLAY the original pinball machine
created for the movie "Tommy".
WIZARD is at Tommy's Holiday
Camp, Packard and State. cF801
CONTROL of tension and anxiety
though Behavior Modification. Call
Behavior Science Services, 994-0019.
cFtc
READ ALL the newspapers publish-
ed, look at yourself In our giant-
sized mirrors, buy RK hair-care
products and if you get turned off,
get a haircut. U-M Stylists at the
Union. CF731
CHALK ONE UP for Local Motion.
45F731
FREE
August 3 concert
RARE EARTH TICKETS
When you get the HIGH SCORE
on TOP SCORE at
CROSS-EYED MOOSE
613 E. Liberty Deadline Aug. 2
:00 p.m. cl2
15% DISCOUNT on all acne prepara-
tions at the Village Apothecary,
1112 S. University. eFt
SAILING ABOARD 35 ft. ocean
croising ketch on weekends or eve-
nings, skipper made several trans-
Atlantic crossings, reasonable. Call
663-4398 evenings. 99F805
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSSE
through Behavior Modification. Call
994-0019. 17F802
The ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY is
alve nd welt in Dexter. Cl for
feerpick-np. 426-8"1. eFtc
Albert's Copying
Dissertation quality. Location: In-
side David's Books, 529 E. Liberty.
994-4028. oFt
JIM REMPE is cooing o the Mi-
chigan Union, You probably won't
like him, -CF3
Pemsanent WEIGHT LOSS throgh
Behovioc Modification. Clt 94-
0019. cte
OFFSET Printing, Xerxox, Wedding
and Social Announcements.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
cFtc
THE COPY MILL
HIGH QUALITY-LOW COST
COPYING
211 B S. STATE
(NEAR GINO'S)
62-399
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
STALET . KAPLAN -
TUTORING COURSES
Enroll now to prepare for upcoming
MCAT " DAT * LSAT 0 GRE
ATOSB board exams. For informa-
tion call: (313) 354-0085. eFtc
ALL NEW STUDENTS-
WELCOME TO CAMPUS PINBALL
ARCADE, 1217 5. UNIVERSITY
OPEN EVERY DAY
IT TAKES PRACTICE-and lots of
it. Billiards at the Union. cF73
ANNUAL DIAMOND SALE-Now in
progress. Sale began January 1 and
will end December 31. Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 , University, 663-7151.
LET US FILL your next prescrip-
tion. The Village Apothecary, cFtc
SMOKING CONTROL through Be-
havior Modification, Call 994-0019.

AND if you found out about "it",
ask about whatever else there might
be back there. Michigan Union
Stand. cF731
PASSPORT PHOTOS taken at the
Daily, Wednesdays at 6 pin. 764-
0552.ask for Steve or Ken. 36'814

LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: white with gray tiger strip-
ed bitten, possibly female, corner of
Madison and Packard, 7/29. Call
663-4482. dA802
MISSING - Brown tri-fold wallet,
near Zion Lutheran Church. Re-
ward. Call Kevin, 761-1623. 13A731
LOST Set of keys on long leather
cord. Area near Krazy Jims. DES-
PERATE!!! Reword. Coil 902-0012
hefore 8n.m or afterc 11 pm. 1A931
CAT LOST near Church and Oak-
land. Tortoise shell female with gold
and black markings. Any informa-
tion please call 665-6895 or 426-4883.
86A731
PHOTO SUPPLIES
TON XM-2 light meter, $20.
994-4696. 48D801
PRACTICA L, 33mm, SLR, new last
Fall. $70. 994-4696. 47D801
FOR SALE: 35mm SLR Fujica 701-
excellent condition. Three lenses.
35mm, 55mm, 135mm, macro equip-
ment, acceosocies. 1200. price nego-
tible. Csol Bobsafter 6 p.m., 505-
1487. 93D802

Ford reports progress in
arms talks with Brezhnev

Continued from Page 1
Minister- Andrei Gromyko had
made progress on the issue of
verifying compliance of a
treaty when they met in Ge-
neva earlier this month.
That was the first indication
by any American official of
movement on that crucial issue,
and makes more likely the pos-
sibility of a treaty being signed
this year.
Ford and Brezhnev, in Hel-
sinki to sign the European se-
curity agreement, listened to op-
ening speeches from represen-
tatives of nine of the attending
nations.
P R E S I D E N T Urho
Kekkonen of Finland acclaim-

ed the opening of the summit
Wednesday as "a day of joy
and hope for Europe."
But Britain warned that de-
tente means little if it does not
improve people's daily ylives,
Greece accused Turkey of vio-
lating the summit's principles
by occupying part of Cyprus,
and U. N. Secretary-General
Kurt Waldheim reminded coun-
tries here that they are re-
sponsible for more than 80 per
cent of the world's military ex-
penditures.
The final document of the
Conference on Security and Co-
operation in Europe - a non-
binding set of principles - was
agreed upon in advance, so the

summit itself served mainly to
spur a feverish round of pri-
vate diplomatic talks.
THE CHARTER affirms that
frontiers are inviolable, but un-
der Western pressure for the
case of divided Germany, the
Soviet Union agreed to add the
clause that borders may be
changed through peaceful
means.
Chancellor Helmut Schmidt of
West Germany reaffirmed to
the conference "it remains our
aim to work for a state of
peace in Europe in which the
German nation will regain its
unity through free self-deter-
mination."

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