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Fridaoy, July 30, 1976

TSHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Pooe Nine

(I get thejot) done]

(Continued from Pge 8
USED CARS
16 ('HVY Vn, V-, 3-ped
t.opl Good coditin.No rus.
95-506evolng, weeen0s7204
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA 450. 1972. Runs well Call
ater 5:30, 668-964 81Z731
'73 HONDA C 50. Oly 400 mil1es.
Excellent. 2 Helmets, 0wner's Mo-
ual. Trry 71-442. 502731
GIRIL'S 2-SPEED 0E01LISH BIKE
$3, altlo 63-609, 0
PERSONAL
SET A RECORD
on any of or pnba11 macines
and win1 a fre sutmarie' sand-
i. TOMMY'S HOLIDAY CAMP,
Pckard and Stoe. THE CROSS-
EYED MOOSE, 612 E. Liberty.
c F800
WHAT'S NEW in face and eye'.
moe-up? At the Village Apote-
cary awe ill enoyopteking the time
to how otu. 1112 . nversity
eFt
DON'1 PAY for a sores oerhead
via iS mark-no For te reas
lowe"4prces ad finst qualtite
p tossil on negaement sing,
sot) A0st1n Damon,4,1200 . In-
etity, 663-7151. Ftc
BOiAHD EXAM TUTORING: rroll-
ments now b ,acetd for S. H.
Kaplan, Tutoring Corse to pepre
fo te MCATS, DAT, LAT, and
No. Det. Boards. Call (313) 354-
0005, lally 62-149. e~te
COPIES-21ac eosch
Lowest PriesAywPere
IMPRESS, 524 E. Wllam,
065-4321
,Ytc
WH4E MARGINAL PRICES hy
duaity dia~ods-AstiDiaond
1209 . Uivrit, 63-7151 stS
OPEN TONIEtil I am. Bowing,
Pnball1 and0Biliard at the Unon.
cF73l
HELP! ADAPTALE NON-SMO-
ING VEGETARIAN into Mint/Bdy
Comunity awareess still seek-
ing warn, loing place t stay,
stody, and grow this fall. Want own
room in hoe (or apatnent).
Faly morning Jogger good at ma5s-
sage; have MA in Psychology, seek-
i00 MA in Social Work; Into Gs-
tol tterpy, Tibetn Buddahsm,
ad Lberaion. (Men's, women's,
All Sentient eings Including th e
earh itself.) Do you have room fo
m 10 Pane lives, In your house, in
our hearts? Call clle, evenings
( le): 512-441-la04. Write John,
1700 Sn Gahrel, Austin, exas
7701. 7M031
MESSAGES FROM TRE MANAGER
Today is the deadln, thank Gd,
for the idioti contest that I sar-
ed to name cetan absurd parts of
the body. I deeply regret haing
(one that, bt I allowed It is on-
tinuetin fairness to those w ho
wte in with responses. The re-
-tults will e announced sometime ;
nextc week and that is the laMI
eer want to hear aot it. I am
lying to change my "format"
somewhat to make things a little
em tivial I'm are no one 1s
Srticl-ry'3 interested in when I
00 home or what the weather is,
so I witry to refrain from In-
forming pan all of these inane
facts. Thanks for reading and by
the way, 'm glad you're hookd
Ristine, so am Itt Debbie, c/ Bos
21,.
OPEN TOMORROW at 1. p.m. Bi-
liars, Pinball and Bowling, all at
the Union CF'31
ROB!!!
1 gasSy- letter. May Mary had
oened it already, of course, I'm tW
glad you're still with me and for-
give me' I have absolutely NO
PLACE to livr to the fal yet, but
that wnt top me. I took my cre
ack t the dealer and told him
to keep it til they fix t, and they
tan make the payment due today,
too, as far as I'm conerned I'll
answer more of your letter tomor-
row. Luev yat
wonder woman di9'30
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Pro-
lem Pregnanp Help 7697283.400
S Division Free "pegacy tea;
Read and Use
LDaily Classifieds

PERSONAL
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
Boo Ks, siactes, papets, restlwls_-
Dissectazoiun quality, tow prics.
Every day-reening. Fsro 21ztwpet
coct. 211 5. State tllearc 01051.
662-3969. "cFter
LUCI TITUNIK, Rritish tralied as-
trocherapist. Latest methodsaaoil-
able. Problemltsolving sompatible
wlth YOURperlsonaltylp strutusre.
994-1311. sF117
All foar75ctpe gamelPas the Union1.
cF730

PERSONAL + PERSONAL PERSONAL
HAPPINESS Is making pat, look' POtLITICS OP POKR
great! URA Stylists at the Union, LADIES ARBO RI NSTANT
Harold, Date and Chet. 00131 Pit 1110 11iii tulemsiltaPRI(NT ING
WANTED-..ART PEOPLE to-spend KngtRichardIIoncehtuds 111'111i r rt st~e
a dty or Iwo in te ountosydr 0111*Let's a IIl5 abot i XI- Itt rePl itons itola'totd
in lolwerst,weels, etc. lo be usesd (He also would laterta
inI a handl-rafted book. OatrIneres- HliS ttliact pop')tltlb are
sar,tlPCal11 517-051-1321. 66P730 Otlss is iio simople lovr s;oac 1SIFOT v'rA('(-01,11lS WKl,COME
1)11113Doag Gaong I :214 5 4111 Ate. 994-4004
HERBOAL MEDICINE, intlrodtictory AiloIpIltolt j F0102
classes on111Atiguot 5th 11n0 12th, 6800r31
7:30 Atugst 0)0, 5:00. $10.00. Lip PERM4aNKENT wEIG"HT LOS!
1,111,1,995-3476, ttoacings best. 'TODAY IS a goadddap. UM Stlilss lsts lpwls SBeh0aIatorModfication.
63F803 at the Untion. cF73t WeilghstConttrtl National. 894-0019.

This adfverisemeot pid for by tbe Commni Labor Party Campaign
Committee, 16525 Hamilton, Highland Park, Mich. 48203. 313-341-0346
THE DO'TWANT US,
TYD~TON THE BALLOT!
In March 196, thte liw saki we eeded 17,500 sgnatures from registered voters throutghout the
state to get Cotnunist Labor Party member and workittg class beader Mr. General Baker Jr. on
the ballot to run for State Represertative in the 9th district.
We got more than 33,000.
WHAT ARE THEY AFRAID OF?
In April 1976, when they saw that we would get enough signature, they passedi a NEW law
which said that signatures were not enough. For the first time it the history of the Untied States,w
there will be a PARTY QUALIFICATION SECTION on your August 3 primary ballot.
To stay on th~e ballot in November, thte Contmunit Labor Party muss get about 5,000 votes in
the August, primary. Voters WHO CHOOSE TO VOTE IN THE PARTY QUALIFICATION
SECTION OF THEIR BALLOT FOR THE RIGHT OF THE CLP OR ANY OTHER PARTY,
TO'BE ON THE BALLOT ARE PREVENTED BY THE NEW LAW FROM VOTING IN ETHER
THE DEMOCRATIC OR REPUBLICAN PRIMARY.
PROTECT YOUR CIVIL RIGHTS
This law is a fundamental violation of the cvl righlts of every Michigan voter Its avowed
purpose is to keep the so-called minor parties off the ballot. It represents an attemnpt to throw
democracy out the window, to protect the power and privilegeof thecapitalist Democratic and
Republican parties since fewer and fewer people vote for them it every election
I(EEP THE COMMUNIST LABOR PARTY
ON THE BALLOT !
A vote for the CLP is a vote for your civil rights. It is a vote for our righ to be on the ballot.
It is a vote for the party which has fought for bussing, better conditions and lower rents in the
housing projects, better working conditions from the auto bosses and against the constant threat
of war that we face under capitalism,
A vote for the Communist Labor Party is a vote for our platform ofJOBS, PEACE & EQUALITY,
'X' the Party Qualiicaion [ever first ____
PABS .-.-.'~..,:,,,, :,,PRIMARY
PATQEES,4% IUFICATIOI .
ECTIN ,o,oa I-o Illccci
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