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Tuesday, May 25, 1976'

rHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Poge Nine

Tuesday, May 25, 1 976~ tHE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Daily Classifieds
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PERSONAL
DRUMMER WANTED-roup of in-
termediate jazz musicians interested
in jamming on a regular basis for
fun and progress. Call Lenny, 995-
9805, Leigh 994-1104. 06F29
I SHOULD LIKE to meet an intel-
ligent, cultivated woman who likes
sherry, non-trivial conversation, ear-
ly music and possibly, Thomas Car-
lyle's prose, who bathes regularly,
wears shoes, and avoids using such
expressions as "outta sight," "For
sure" and "like-ya know?"; who re-
gards psychodynamic theories as
tiresome drivel; whose hobbies do
not include smoking dope, playing
frisbee, or collecting social dis-
eases; and finally, who is not ter-
ribly worried about the fact that
Red Dye No. 3 causes hemmorids
in lobsters. Call 769-1293. 01FS28
'WO WOMEN camping from Ore-
gon to Michigan in August arer
looking for a fun-loving and fairly
straight woman to join us. 995-4528.
93F525
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. 400
S. Division. Free pregnancy tests.
cFtc
LUNCH at Canterbury House, 12
noon to 2 p.m. CHANGE: Monday-
Friday in May. In June on THURS-
DAYS ONLY, June 3, 10, 17 and
24. We provide the place and bev-
erages. YOU bring your lunch.
82F27
CLASSICAL and Steel Guitars, New
and used. 665-7348, 429-9241. eFtc
OPEN TILL 1 A.M. Union bowling,
Pinball and Billiards. c521
MESSAGES FROM THE MANAGER
FANTASTICI I'm actually getting
responses, I must say it's gratifying
. . . and fun, too. Thanks folks.
Well, I got a few suggestions, re-
quests and propositions again. May-
be I'll take up a bit of each one!
One request was to add another
"program" to the never-ending list
of award shows, but it is apt for
The Daily. It was suggested that we
give awards to the people who place
personals, such as copies of "How
to Pick Up Girls" etc. Moving right
along, another friend of the clasl-
fieds wants me to name Worcester,
Mass. the Happiness Capitol of the
World, well, Why Not? I was told
by another writer that my column
was the bright spot in the paper.
Please keep it quiet, I don't want
to get fired. Finally, as to the
query for the bright dancing spot
in Ann Arbor, how about The Gl-
den Falcon? Keep writing every-
body, I really love it.
Debbie c/o Box 21
RECENTLY arrived, viiting faculty
member, 30, desires female compn-
ion. Tall, Blonde. Leave msa.ge
Sex 3. 689525
WCC STUDENT seeks dating with
songenal U of M girls. Phone Lous
at 482-5543. 34F529
MORE OR LESS intermediate tennis
player looking for someone to give
her lessens. Ca1 Amy at 605-7941
afiere 6p.m. 94526
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a vi or Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
eFte
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY. 80
acre wildlife preserve near Chelsea:
swimming, canoeing, pienicing,
camping. Membership $50 per adult.
Brochure from Bloods. 2005 Penn-
craft, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103. 84F529
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
Books, classnotes, papers, resumes-
Dissertation quality, low prices.
Every day-evening. From 2_,c pee
copy. 211 . State (near Gino's.
662-3969. cFitc
COPIES-~2'c each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William
665-4321
Ftc
EUROPEAN
CHARTER FLIGHTS
Midwest's Largest Selecio
U.S. and Canadian Charters
Two weeks to 9 months duration
Call GREAT PLACES, 769-1776
CF59
Offset Printing, Xerox copies
Xerox' reductions, photostats,-
half tones, typesetting and
much more.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
cF012O
CAT LOVERS-Have a cat without
a serious commitment? My cat needa
a home either for summer or the
year. I will help with care and ex-
peose, Nancy, 6685-4282. 84F525

PERSONAL
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
Books-Class notes-
Papers-Resumes.
Dissertation quality, lois oris.
From 21/2c per copy
COPY MILL
211 B. S. State (by Gio's)
7 days week plus eveings
662-3969
FIREWORKS
Buy direct. We ship throughout the
U.S Send for free price list today.
Purchasers must be 18 yrs. or older.
Enclose copy of required Michigan
State permits upon purchase. Ace
Fireworks, Box 221, Conneaut, Ohio
44030, Manifacturer, I m p o r t e r,
Wholesaler, Distributor. cFtc
HEART CENTER SCHOOL OF AS-
TROLOGY. Instructors: Michael and
Margaret Eriewine. Teaching since
1967. Classes, Natal Charts, Retail
Textbooks, Readings, Certification
663-6677. 68F515
SPRING TERM EXERCISE HOUR-
5:30-6:30 every Tues. and Thurs.,
May 11-June 22. Meet at WINES
FIELD band practic area. Cost:
$3.25/per person for the term; pay
at Coliseum, 5th at Hill. 09F622

PERSONAL
"MiAKE LOVE-NOT WAR"
lit's gcod foe our blssioesl
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University, 663-7151.
Cts
STEVE'S LUNCH - CoIe for home
cooking. Breakfast all day, great
soup and egg rolls. 3 egg omelets
with fresh vegetiables and fresh
bean sprouts served all day. Sun-
days 10-8. 1313 South University.
cFtc
DON'T PAY for a store's overhead
via high mark-up. For the area's
lowest prices and finest qualities
possible on an engagement ring,
shop Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Uni-
versity, 663-7151. cFtc
ICE CREAM-
CARAMEL CORN CASTLE
Now Open 11-11
E. Liberty, 2 blocks east of State
Chili dogs and sandwiches, too!
Not open Sundays cF618
READ and USE
jAILY CLASSIFIEDS

PERSONAL PERSONAL
WE PARTICIPATE in the I se WHE E MARGINAL PRICES buy
Shield prescription program. Village junlity diemonds-A otin Diamond,
Apo licary. 1112 8. University. c Itc 1200 S. University, 663-7151. cyte
OPEN 7 DAYS
A WEEK
'- BOOKS & MAGAZINES
1Souy dwn and se the
hundreds of new titles
10 Soth niersity

ax Doars Don't Grow onTrees...
- 9y.
44

Neither does the money needed to run our
country. It takes taxes for federal, state
and local governments to provide the
essential programs Americans expect.
Like education, hospitals, sanitation, law
enforcement, highways, parks. And
business supplies an important part of
these tax dollars.
In 1974, the federal government collected
more than $291 billion in tax revenues.
Of this, business paid about $115 billion-
almost 40%. State and local governments
got even more from business. Of their
revenues, a whopping 60% came from
business... a total of over $125 billion.
But these billions collected directly are
only part of the tax story. The salaries that
business pays employees are taxed. The
dividends business pays shareholders
are taxed. For example, at Allied Chemical
in 1974, while we paid out as a corporation
more than $120 million in taxes, our
32,000 employees and 73,000 stockholders
were taxed many additional millions on
their incomes.
When a corporation earns profits, it can
plow back more money into job-producing
expansions by building factories, mod-
ernizing older facilities and developing

new products. These generate even more
wages and tax revenues, and everyone
profits. Yet, in a period when profits are
more important than ever, they are far
from adequate.
A recent survey showed Americans think
the average manufacturing corporation
makes more than 30 cents profit on every
sales dollar. In fact, the average in 1975
was less than 5 cents.
Shrinking corporate profits mean a slow-
down in business activity. With fewer
profits, wages and dividends to tax, many
of the good things in life that we take
for granted may disappear.
It's going to take a lot more than wishing
for a money tree td keep our country
growing.
<01 iJedica
WhereProfits AreFor People
It you'd like to learn more about Allied chemical and how
we're putting profits to work, please write to P.O. Box 2245R.
Morristown, New Jersey 07960,
0 19E Allied Chemical Corporation

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