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Thursday, August 7, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

I

Daily Cl
(Continued from Page 6)
FOR SALE
SAILBOAT FOR SALE - Int. 470,
So. 863. Perfect conditon, 14%'
sloop inc. custom trailer, cover
trapeze, 2 spinnakers. $1500.00. 352-
3833. 98B807
WANTED TO RENT
Needed ASAP. Room in house, in-
terested in co-op& 665-5762. 94L807
NEED temporary housing for incom-
ing graduate students (2-3 days).
763-5270, Rackham Housing/Orien-
tation Office. 771808.
HELP WANTED
SEED ealated edlitor for state
environmental publication. lon-
profit organization in. Lansing.
Subsistence wage. Call MOEC, 517-
1414-742. 83013
PART TIME TEACHERS needed for
Adult Education in downriver area.
Classes in Riverview, River Rouge,
Lincoln, Huron and Airport. Eve-
ning work only. Must be certified
or certifiable (120 hrs. of credits
sod 15 bre. of education courses--
enrolled or completed). Call Roger
Benner, 782-2441. 86H807
FASHION WAGON of finnesota
Woolen has full and part-time
openings to show beautiful fash-
ions. No experience 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.
87H807
COORDINATOR needed half-time
for cooperative ehild care center.
Prefer person with training and
experience in working with par-
nts, children and volunteers in
n~on-seoist, non-racist, open en-
>ronment. Send resumes to Corn
Tree, 1910 Hill, Ann Arbor, or con-
tact Fiors at 668-7994 or Dorothy
at 662-4826 for further information.
8815808
SECRETARY for U-M student or-
ganization sffice. Fusl time, Sept.-
May. Experienced typist, knowledge
of office procedure is required. Call
Mrs. Samuelson, 763-3241. 51H806
WANT TO MAKE a lot of bucks?
The Daily circulation department is
0ow hiring subscription salespeople
foc the first two weeks, of Septefno-
ber. Call 764-0560 or come to 420
Maynard between 9 and 5. dH802
TYPISTS, evenings and weekends.
The Secretariat, 994-3594. 1Htc
WE ARE LOOKING for married cou-
ple to serve as house parents in an
agency provided group home. A B.A.
degree and experience in related
fields is required. We ask for one
year commitment and are looking
for a couple who is genuinely in-
terested in youth. Good base sal,
ary, 08,000, excellent fringe benefits
and all expenses. Please ocntact
Ron Reed. executive director, Fam-
ly Glroup Motors for Youth, Inc.
973-1260. 3411812
SITUATIONS WANTEDT
YOUNG WOMAN, ex-Vista, wants
work. Have experience in carpentry,
home repair. BA in biology. Like
1 outdoor work, physical labor, peo-
Iple. Reply Box .17, Michigan Daily.
960814
PERSONAL
A CHOICE of tables most of the
time--the next one no better than
the first. Billiards at the Union.

assifieds
PERSONAL
PARLI ETALIANO? I need the eon-
versationai practice. 995-2089, eve-
nings. 79P812
ANNUAL DIAMOND SALE-Now in
progress. Sale began January 1 and
will end December 31. Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
LET US FILL your next prescrip-
tion. The Vilage Apothecary. eFte
PASSPORT PHOTOS taken at the
Daily, Wednesdays at 6 p.m. 764-
0552, aak far Steve or Ken. 30M14
TODAY is a good day. U-M Stylists
at the Union. cF807
TYOUNG5 WOMAN live abroad in
cast Berlin, German Democratic Re-
p ble-U.S. Diplomatic family (two
daughters, aged 9 and 10) requires
household assistance in modern,
well-equipped residence. Women
applicnts, 18-35 years old inter-
ested in appopintment from 12-24
months. 971-0687 to arrange ap-
pointment, 9-4 daily. 82F808
CONTROL of tension and anxiety
throug Sehavior Modfication. Call
Behavior Science Servtces, 994-0819.
cFtc
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
through Behavior Modification. Call
994-0019. 17F802
The ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY is
alive and well in Dexter. Call for
free pick-up. 426-8081. cFtc
MORE PEOPLE wanted for bowling
-it's cold down here, bowling at the
Union, cF807
Albert's Copying
Dissertation quality. Location: In-
side David's Books, 529 E. Liberty.
994-4028. eFtc
SMOKING CONTROL through Be-
havior Modification. Call 994-0019.
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)
662-3969
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
STANLEY H. KAPLAN
TUTORING COURSES
Enrol now to prepare for upcoming
MCAT 0 DAT * LSAT 9 GRE
ATGSB boarI exams. For informa-
tion call: (313) 354-0085. cFtc
ALL NEW STUDENTS--
WELCOME TO CAMPUS PINBALL
ARCADE, 1217 S. UNIVERSITY
OPEN EVERY DAY
TENNIS INSTRUCTION
Foroer U. team player. Second
year in Ann Arbor. Bill, 763-6148.
12F730

Nat'I Security Agency
eavesdrops on citizens

4

WASHINGTON (P) - Central front corporations that have
Intelligence A g e n c y Director made significant profits have
William Colby said yesterday been Air America, which sup-
the National Security Agency ported CIA operations in Indo-
occasionally eavesdrops on U.S. china, and the CIA's pension
citizens in monitoring foreign and financing company.
"telephone calls.

"Incidentally we pick up ma-
terial about Americans," Colby
told the Select House Intelli-
gence Committee.
THE NSA monitors only for-
eign communications, C o1 b y
said, but said that includes
"communications that go abroad
from the United States or are
abroad."
"Does it involve U.S. citizens
at one end?" asked Rep. Les
Aspin (D-Wis.).
"On some occasions that can-
not be separated from the traf-
fic that is being monitored,"
Colby replied. "It's technically
impossible to separate it."
THE DIRECTOR refused to
comment in public session on
What kinds of calls the NSA
monitors or what kind of Ameri-
can citizens would be involved
in them.
Aspin contended monitoring of
any U.S. citizens' phone calls is
illegal and said "it seems to be
very clear there is still illegality
going on.
"Even if it were incidental
picking up of conversations it
Would still be illegal-and it's
not incidental," Aspin said.
COLBY ALSO told the com-
mittee the CIA has counterfeit-
ed foreign money in its opera-
tions but has never printed and
used American money.
Colby read a statement de-
tailing CIA budget preparation
and financing for operations in-
cluding front corporations.
He said the only two CIA
HAIRSTYLING
[ TO PLEASE
LONG OR SHORT
DASCOLA
BARBERS
Ar*'iand-971-997 S
E. Univesit-662-0354
E. Libert-668-9329
Maple Village-761-2733

COLBY SAID Air America and
Radio Free Europe, which was
formerly funded by the CIA,
are among "a very few" CIA
front companies with more than
10 employes.
The financial company is re-
quired, Colby said, to handle in-
surance, pension annuities and
other matters for spies whose
links with the government must
be secret.
Rep. William Lehman (D-
Fla.), a Miami Beach used car
dealer, had asked Colby if any
Cuban auto dealerships in the
area are CIA fronts. Colby said
yesterday he had checked and
found none.
CAVE INVITES
KATE SMITH
STANTON, Mo. (A) - Since
1939 when Kate Smith recorded
"God Bless America," each
cave tour at Meramac Caverns
here is concluded by the play-
ing of that song in front of an
American flag on a multi-mil-
lion-year-old Stage Curtain,
created by Mother Nature. Les-
ter B. Dill, cave owner, says it
has been played some 200,000
times.
"I've invited Miss Smith to
come to the place where 'God
Bless America' has been played
more than anywhere in the na-
tion and sing it live. It would
be a new high as well as low in
her career," says Dill.

REP. DALE Milford (D-Tex.)
urged congressional investigat-
ing committees to avoid taking
political advantage of the hear-
ings and rather get to the "gut
questions" of financing and con-
trol of intelligence.
"Now there is a real oppor-
tunity for us to gain press ink
by cutting your guts out for
every mistake you have made
in the past," Milford told Colby.
"On the other hand," he said,
"you can rip us apart by leak-
ing information to the same
press by making us look like
idiots for not discovering your
mistakes before this time."
"I ThINK it is time that this
no-win contest comes to a halt,"
Milford said.
Chairman Otis Pike (D-N.Y.)
announced that the committee
has already been given the two
documents it voted Tuesday to
subpoena.
The subpoena for the 1952 di-
rective creating the NSA was
voted after a Pentagon official
refused to bring it with him,
and for a 1970 Pentagon study
on intelligence.
The official had said he had
not had time to get its release
cleared.
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
PRESENTS
Separate
Tables
FRI.-SUN., AUG. 8-10
201 MULHOLLAND
Curtain 8:00
Donation $1

MICHIGAN
REPERTORY'75
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
THIS WEEK
CANTERBURY
August 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9
Mendelssohn Box Office Hours
12:30 - 5:00 weekdays
12:30 - 5:00 and 6:008:00
on performance days.
PHONE"763-1085
PEFORMANCE TIME-8:00
AUGUST 9 MATINEE--3:00
Tickets also available at Hudsons
*Recommended for Mature Audiences

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K.W. Imperial (Cr. Mo. D.B.) 239 169
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Kabuki Super Light (Alloy) 199 159
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