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Page 8-Thursday, April 16, 1981-The Michigan Daily



Reagan pardons
ex-FBI agents

Big 3 bedroom apt. to be sublet singly or as unit.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET. Your own Large kitchen, living room. Close to central campus May-July 15. Quiet, responsible person wanted to
room-$90.00/month. Near campus! Laundry and and I-M building. Utilities and parking included, isublet house with 2 s grads.Own room, furnished, 30
parking. 90- . 64U0417 Huge basement! Rent very negotiable. Call m walk on West Side. Parking, garden. Quiet
89U0418 neighborhood. $120. Steve, 662-1913, Cindy 769-4431.
Big 3 bedroom apt. to be sublet singly or as unit. 80U0417

Large kitchen, living room. Close to central campus
and I-M building. Utilities and parking included.
Huge basement! Rent very negotiable. Call 995-0998.
4-BEDROOM APT. May-Aug. Great location. Close
to: Central Campus, Med. School. 2 entrances, 2 por-
ches. Call 665-7700,769-4254. 70U0417
MODERN 2 Bedrm furnished apt. Laundry, parking,
air-conditioning. Sublet May-August. On campus.
Reasonable. Call 995-8721. 62U0417
SUBLET-modern apartments, washer/dryer,
parking, many extras. Option for own room. 5
minutes to University Hospital. 3 minutes to campus.
663-1332. 63U0417
Fall option, summer sublet. $90 negotiable. Share
house with 3 grads, 2 blocks to campus. 769-3184,
evenings. 84UO417
ROOMS for Spring-Summer. Very reasonable.
Single and double. 2 minutes from diag. Call per-
sistently 761-3126. 07U0416
Spring-Summer Sublet/Fall option. 2 bedroom apt.
Furnished, air conditioning, parking, laundry
facilities, pear campus. Price negotiable. Call John
668-0195. 13U0417

SUBLET FOR SUMMER-1 bedroom in a 2 bedroom
apt. $90 a month, 15 minute walk to diag. Prefer non-
smoking male. Call around 6 pm 662-4177. 04U0416
Rooms available, double occupancy, $280/mo. 8
month lease, 3 minutes from diag, meals included.
769-1756 or 994-4555. 06U0416
Available for May-August, completely furnished,
modern efficiencies and one bedroom apartments.
From $165/month. Dahlmann Apartments 761-7600
days, 665-2664 eves and weekends. cUtc
Available May 1: big, clean, attractive efficiency,
air conditioning, double bed, laundry, parking, nice
modern building. Good location-Oakland near Hill.
996-0337. 44U0418
Get this-sublet-May-Aug, your own room for $70 a
month. Two singles open in a three bedroom apart-
ment very close to central campus, laundry, private
parking, completely furnished. Call Lorenzo or Tom
at 764-0552 or 996-1692. dU0417
Spring/Sumemr Sublet-3 bedrm/1 bedrm, NEAR
UNION, parking, furnished, utilities, 995-0291.

3 bedroom apt. with 3 other males. Now through Aug.
Own room 2 months,share room 2 months. Nice,
house behind Business School. Laundry, parking,
cheap utilities. $90.00/mo. Call Duane at 665-5620.
Ask about Apt. No.5,808 Tappan. 83U0417
Beautiful house needs two people to share top floor
starting May 1. Furnished, many extras, fall option.
Call 769-4577. 71U0417
GIANT ONE BEDROOM APT., completely fur-
nished for female grad student or couple. Early May-
August. Huge terrace, air/cond., dishwasher, in-
door/outdoor pool, racquetball, saunas, covered
carport . . . and much more. Call 769-4634. If not
home, call back, it's worth it!!! 48U0416
bedrooms, porch, parking, great location,
negotiable. Call 663-5945. 42U0416
Two bedroom apartment sublet May-Aug. Close to
campus, parking available, air conditioning, free
utilities, price negotiable. Call 996-0149. 55U0417
Large 1 bedroom. Oakland S. Furnished. Close to
campus. Available end of May. Rent negotiable. 995-
4337. Evenings. 25U0417

Spring summer Sublet, Large z edroom neritage
House apartment. Air conditioning, dishwasher, %/
block from Business School. 764-5787/764-3706.
Summer Sublet. Large furnished one bedroom apt.
Ideal for couple. Close to Frieze. (665-0368). 33U0417
SUBLET-7 bedrooms in house, clean, furnished,
two baths, washer/dryer, parking, 5 min. to campus,
price negotiable. 665-0812,665-0832. 17U0417. 17U0417
MODERN 3-bedrm townhouse; May-Aug; AC,
disposal, carpeting, parking, laundry, furnished, 5.
min. to campus, State-Packard area, $270/month.
769-4928. dU0417
5 bedroom, 5 minutes from campus, IMSB. Parking.
May 18-mid August. Call 995-8628. ! 27U0417
Free beer and pizza with newly born house. New
rooms. New Appliances. New Carpeting. New Walls.
New Bathroom. Price negotiable. Call now 665-1130
(Judy) 668-7499 (Marlene). dU0417
Spring/Summer. 3 rooms in spacious semi-coop
house. Low rent, close to campus. 996-0848, Elisa or
Maria. dU0417
Sublet one bedroom and study. Great location. Rent
negotiable. Call 662-1674. 22U0417
JULY-AUG SUBLET-Own bedroom-prime
location, one minute to Diag-South U and Chur-
ch-beautifully furnished bi-level. Air conditioned,
free laundry, females. $100/month. 995-9460. 21U0417
Room on Westside in very quiet house, quiet neigh-
borhood. $100 per month, no lease. Call 996-9163 after
6 or anytime weekends. dU0417
3 single rooms in spacious semi-coop house, clase to
campus. Available Fall and/or Spring/Summer. 996-
0848 Elisa or Maria. dU0417
ditioning, close to campus (904 S. State-corner of
State and Packarad). Lots of priva.y. Cheap rent.
Call before 11:00pm 994-4453. 24U0417
Corner Hill/State. Rooms in frat. Also efficiency ap-
ts Cnll769o-o 99. 3U417

WASHINGTON (AP) - President
Reagan granted unconditional pardons
yesterday to two former FBI officials
convicted of authorizing illegal break-
ins during the agency's probe of anti-
war radicals during the Nixon ad-
W. Mark Felt and Edward Miller ac-
ted "not with criminal intent, but in the
belief that they had grants of authority
reaching to the highest levels of gover-
nment," Reagan said in a written
"AMERICA WAS generous to those
who refused to serve their country in
the Vietnam War,",the president said.
"We can be no less generous to two men
who acted on high principle to bring an
end to the terrorism, that was
threatening our nation."
Fred Fielding, the president's coun-
sel, said the decision to look into the case
came on Reagan's own initiative.
Fielding said Reagan signed the pardon
March 26, but "events overtook it" and
delayed public announcement. Reagan
was shot in an assassination attempt
March 30.
Brian Gettings, a lawyer for Felt,
said the pardon erases the stigma of
"IT'S A vindication," he said. "They

belived at every single moment that
they were acting in the best interests of
the country and they were doing
nothing wrong. It has been recognized
by no less than the president of the
United States. It means everything to
Gettings said he had not requested
the pardon, but was generally aware it
was being considered. He located Felt
in his doctor's office to tell him. Felt's
response was: "I don't think I need to
see the doctor."
Later, Felt declared, "I am ex-
tremely grateful, just more grateful
than I can possibly say, and I thank him-
Miller also expressed gratitude. "My
first thought when I got the call was the
I certainly owe the Gipper," he said,
referring to Reagan's film portrayal of
onetime Notre Dame football star
George Gipp.
Felt and Miller were appealing their
U.S. District Court convictions of-
violating the civil rights of friends and
relatives of members of the Weather
Underground, a radical anti-war group.
After their conviction last December,
U.S. District Judge William Bryant
fined Felt $5,000 and Miller $3,500. The
fines were not paid, pending appeal.

48U0417 SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET-Modern 2 bedroom
apt. for 2 or 3. Furnished, A/C, balcony, dishwasher,
laundry facilities. Near medical center. $250/mo. or
best offer. Liz 663-6186. 93U0417
Single furnished efficiency apt. Location! Maynard
Apts. May-Aug, $175/mo. 662-4035. 86U0417
MAY-AUGUST: Own room for woman in 2 bedroom
furnished apartment. Cheap. 668-0216. 87U0417
SPRING-May-June only. Room in house. Kitchen,
living rm., dining rm., parking. Cari 668-1719.78U0417
PUS. Two bedrooms with den. Available NOW
$200.00. Call 996-5929. 03U0417
OPPOSITE DIAG: Living-Study loft space, kitchen
privs, no nicotine; $75/mo. each for 2 or $130 for one.
Summer, possibly fall. 665-9358,2 pm-12, or 769-1938.
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET for female 1 bdrm, in 2
bdrm. apartment. Spfeious, furnished, free parking,
central campus, CHEAP 662-0408. 05U0417
May thru Aug. Female. Large sunny room close to
campus. Furnished. Parking. $130 incl utilities. Cin-
dy 769-4431, 662-1913. 82U0417
SPR/SU Sublet: Excellent location behind S. Quad.
A/C-2 balconies-2 bedrooms. 995-4079. Negotiable.
May-August. 2 bedroom-attractive, clean, bi-level
apt. in modern building, dishwasher, disposal, ac,
parking, good location-607 Hill. 996-0337. 45U0418
$250/mo. (Including utilities). Walk to campus, 665-
2858. 22U0417

Atlanta police 'angry
over FBI comments

Fall roommates wanted, grad. or fac., m or f.
$200/mo. plus utilities. 5 minutes to campus. Mid-
August lease. 996-1316. 47Y0417
kosher guys looking for third person to share our 3
bedroom apartment for the 1981-1982 school year. 3
blocks from central campus, laundry and parking.
996-0887. 05Y0417
1-3 females needed for spacious 2-bedroom apt.
Parking, SAUNA, laundry, AC, close to campus,
price negotiable. Call 665-2130. dY0417
Roommate needed for two bedroom apartment,
spring/summer. Near campus 665-7700, Dave.
Non-smoking FEMALE roommate wanted. Own
room in spacious 2 bedroom apt; great location;
Sept. to May lease. Call Jody at 663-8816. 26Y0417
Two Housemates wanted, in late 20's-Early 30's, for
coed cooperative household semi-vegetarian, non-
smoking, availabale May 1; 994-0622. 30Y0417
Sublet. Female roommate needed to share 1
bedroom hnodern apt. Air-conditioned, parking
structure close by. Two minutes from campus. Price
negotiable. Call Marie at 665-2453 or 665-4744
evenings. 20Y0417
MALE ROOMMATE needed for summer sublet with
fall option. Furnished, 5 min, from campus, 973-0236
between 6-7. cY0418
VIKI665-1110. , 01Y0417
Use Daily

ATLANTA (UPI)-Police reacted
angrily yesterday to an FBI .agent's
comment that "no great crime wave"
is sweeping Atlanta and that four of the
23 young blacks who have been mur-
dered were slain by their parents
because they were "nuisances."o
"That's an irresponsible statement,"
Atlanta Public Safety Commissioner
Lee Brown snapped to reporters at his
weekly briefing. "We do not know who
killed the children. I know today none of
the cases are solved. Today we do not
have sufficient evidence to indict
TWIBELL MADE his remarks after.
defending FBI Director William Web-
ster's statement Monday that three or
four of the 23 Atlanta slayings were
"substantially solved," although no
prosecutions were imminent.
Twibell, who claims to have first-
hand knowledge of the investigation,
said Webster was correct, and hinted
his boss would release more infor-
mation on the matter later. The FBI in
Washington said, however, it planned
no immediate releases on the Atlanta

situation, and the FBI in Atlanta would
not comment on Twibell's comment.
Twibell told, the Macon civic club
meeting that "there's no great crime
wave sweeping Atlanta." He said
despite the many disappearances,
"about the same numnber were missing
in '78. The only difference," he said, "is
now the bodies are being recovered."
BROWN SAID the remarks were
"unprofessional, uncalled for and won't
be tolerated.
"If I find anyone who works for me
who gives out information that jeopar-
dizes our investigation I will publicly
denounce him and fire him and see to it
that he never gets another job in law en-
forcement," Brown said.
Atlanta police, meanwhile, said they
were in contact with Fort Lauderdale,
Fla., authorities about a man stopped
for questioning because he "looked a
little bit like a composite" drawing of a
man seen with the latest victim before
the youth dropped from sight.
The composite showed a light-
skinned black man with greying,
shoulder-length hair, a thick mustache,
and horn-rimmed glasses.




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