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POLICE
NOTES
Break-in reported
A break-in was reported on Stone
Road Monday, according to Lt.
Gerald Miller of the Ann Arbor Police
Department. A door was forced open,
but nothing was reported missing.
Cars stolen
Three vehicles were reported stolen
from the campus area Monday, Miller
said. An 1985 Buick was stolen from
the area of State and Hill Streets, a
1977 Buick was taken from the area of
Fletcher and Washington Streets, and
a 1979 Oldsmobile was stolen from the
600 block of South Forest.
Larcenies reported
A purse containing $35 and a wallet
with $10 were stolen from Hill
Auditorium on Monday, said Bob Pifer
of campus security. Pifer also said a
purse containing $110 was stolen from
a file cabinet in the Fleming Ad-
ministration Building, and a purse
containing $63 was taken from a room
in the Legal Research Building on
Monday.
-Jill Oserowsky

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Chilly stroll Daily Photo by DEAN RANDAZZO
A lone pedestrian walks across the Central Campus Recreation Building bridge yesterday. Today's weather is
expected to continue to be gray and misty.

Panel urges time off
for infants' parents

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP)-Em-
ployers should give parents of
newborns six-month leaves of absence
with partial pay to prevent lasting
damage to their families, a Yale
University committee of family ex-
perts said yesterday.
Parents are stressed, alienated, and
unhappy in trying to balance the
demands of work and babies, said
Edward Zigler, director of the Yale
Bush Center in Child Development
and Social Policy.
"WOMEN are literally splitting
themselves in two," trying to work
and care for children, said T. Berry
Brazelton of Harvard, a well-known
pediatrician and author.
Zigler and Bra zelton were among
the experts in child development,
education, social policy, business and
sociology who spent two years
studying the question of maternity
leaves.
The panel proposed granting leaves
at least six months long, with 75 per-
cent pay for three months. The
estimated $1.5 billion cost of the
leaves could be paid from an insuran-
ce fund into which employers and em-
ployees would contribute, the com-
mittee said.
THE GROUP urged the federal
government to require such insurance,
but said employers should grant the
leaves in the meantime.
Only about 40 percent of employed
women have access to maternity
benefits, according to a 1981 study.
Six months with an infant would
allow the parent staying at home to
bond with the baby who in turn would

start developing a sense of trust,
Brazelton said. If the child does no
gain this, the stage is set for an "en
cyclopedia" of problems in later life,
Zigler said.
The committee also recommended
that employers look for other ways of
assisting parents of newborns and
newly adopted infants, including im-
plementing flexible work schedules,
reduced work hours, job sharing and
child-care information and referral
services.
A uthorities6
probe Iowvffa
plane' wrek
DES MOINES, Iowa
(AP) -Authorities probed the charred
wreckage of a twin-engine plane
yesterday for clues to the cause of A
fiery crash that killed the pilot and six
members and coaches of the Iowa
State University women's cross-
country team.
The Rockwell Aerocommander
crashed during a freezing drizzle
Monday evening, narrowly missing
houses in the residential neigh-
borhood where it slammed into a tree
and cut power to 1,600 homes. There
were no injuries on the ground.
"We haven't found anything out of
the norm," said Eugene Roth of the
National Transportation Safety Board
in Kansas City, Mo. "We're just
documenting anything we can find."

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In Malta, government spokesman
Paul Mifsud said the death toll in the
hijacking and commando raid was 59.
- one passenger was shot to death by
the hijackers and the others died
during the raid.
Hijackers took over Flight MS648
Saturday evening on a flight from

defends commndor id

Athens, Greece, to Cairo and forced it
to land on the Mediterranean island of
Malta. They let 11 women go and shot
three American passengers and two
Israelis, killing one of the Americans,
and threw them from the plane.
Maltese authorities said that 27 sur-
vivors of the commando raid were
hospitalized, including the man

alleged to have led the hijack team.
The pilot, Hani Galal, returned to
Cairo.
They had said earlier that the
total death toll was 60. But Mifsud
said yesterday it was 59 because a
Canadian baby had been counted
twice.

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LOST: MEN'S gold wedding band in MLB 3
on 11/25. Call Doug or Linette 996-0571. 49A1204

FOR SALE

CHRYSLER NEWPORT '73-Runs good. Little
rust. $350/best. After 5, 429-1716. 56B1205
DODGE DART '69 - 4 door, 6 cylinder, fair
condition. $225. 429-2254. Call after 6. 55B0108
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair).
Also delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000
Ext. GH-10152 for information. 39B0131
'76 BUICK REGAL Runs great, body needs
work. $400 or best offer 662-9732. 45B 1204
SMITH CORONA typewriter - electric, portable,
good condition, $75 firm. Call Larry at 764-9032.
23B1127
FOR SALE - BURSLEY FEMALE lease in a
double, winter term. Call Heather 763-8011.
13B1127
SOUTH QUAD LEASE for sale. Winter-term
% female double. Lisa 764-9686. 17B1127
FOR SALE, Female double lease in Bursley
Hall. Full Carpeting, Full loft. Available
immediately. Call Sarah, 763-3818. 14B1127
BURSLEY FEMALE DOUBLE lease for sale.
Winter term. Contact Hope at 763-1914. 28B1127
CHEAP TRANSPORTATION '74 Ford LTD Runs
OK $100.00 663-1716. 41B1204
PLANE TICKET, round-trip, good to anywhere
in continental U.S. Best offer. 995-3545. After
5:30. 43B1204

FULL SKI EQUIPMENT - 1 year old.
EXCELLENT condition. Ski size 170's,
8 2 skiboot. Best offer. Brian 971-3812. 95B1204
'73 BUICK REGEL, runs great, many new
items, JvC Cassette, no rust, $900/best offer.
996-3834. 24B1127
DESPERATE! I've moved, I have to sell my
house. 3 bedroom split ranch, west side, one
mile from campus. 1-612-869-5895. CALL
COLLECT. 57B1202
CHEVY NOVA '73 - V-8, AM/FM cassette,
fuzzbuster, sunroof. Looks and runs good. $995.
482-3180. 22B1127
CHEVY MALIBU 1978 - v-6 4-door, automatic,
power brakes/steering, air, AM, rear defogger.
$2000.761-7599. 37B1203
EAST QUAD Female lease. One-third of a
triple. Denise 764-5683. 38B1203
FLORIDA, Tampa: roundtrip air ticket
December 19-January 7 $179. Call 662-8913.
33B1127
ALICE LLOYD LEASE for sale. Winter term.
Female single. Call Sarah at 764-4961. (keep
trying). 46B1127
SPACES NOW AVAILABLE FOR WINTER -
in cooperatives. Room, board, and community;
average of $265/month. Includes food, phone,
free laundry machines, etc. Call 662-4414 or
stop by 4002 Michigan Union. Contracts also
available for fall 1986. cB1203
TOYOTA COROLLA '76 $395. reliable car call
after 6 p.m./ 668-1031. 18B1127
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SHARE TWO person apartment near Packard
and State. Own room $180 including heat,
. available December - August. Call Paul
769-8265. 60C1206
FEMALE SUBLETTER - Wanted. One bedroom
inside a 3-bedroom apartment. Good location,
Greenwood. $190/month. Jan-May or June.
761-2187. 32C1128
AVAILABLE Jan 1, Female grad or professional.
to share 2-bedroom apartment, Burns Park area,
$190/month. 662-1305 eves. 34C1203
ONE-BEDROOM - available, Jan. 1 - Sept. 1
(or May) in beautiful, huge house near campus
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WANTED: Female border in a sorority for
winter term. Do not have to be Greek. GREAT
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JAN - AUG lease available. Two bedrooms in
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Furnished, laundry, close location. 662-6456.
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MALE ROOMMATE needed in a nice one
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laundry $187.50 includes heat. 668-1957. 40C1204
ONE BEDROOM available in two-bedroom
apartment on South Forest near Hill. Call Tom
663-2013. 42C1204
FEMALE SUBLETTER: own room in 5 bedroom
house, 4 month lease, reduced rent, ideal
location. Call 996-8365. NCC1127
LARGE BEDROOM for rent. Hardwood floors
and big windows. 665-2880. 25C1127
FEMALE GRAD seeks room in house or one
bedroom apartment. Needs unfurnished room or
storage space. Responsible, quiet. Shelly,
995-2550. . 85C1127
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT. U-Towers: great
location. Great view of A,. January - May
lease. Call Debbie/Maria persistently -
662-4783. 20C1127
MALE GRAD student for two person apartment.
Sublet January-August 1986. $195 utilities
included. Deposit negotiable. Strong 663-8307.
19C1127
ONE BEDROOM apartment,. Oakland/Arch.
Jan.-Aug. lease. CALL 665-5184. 36C1203
AVAILABLE Jan 1, Female grad or professional,
to share 2-bedroom apartment Burns Park area,
$190/month. 662-1305 eves. 34C1202
FEMALE SUBLETTER - Wanted. One bedroom
inside a 3-bedroom apartment. Good location,
Greenwood. $190/month. Jan-May or June.
761-2187. 32C1202
2-BEDROOM APT. for 3-4 people on S. Forest.
Winter-Spring/Summer 994-6419. 69C1202
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED winter term,
spacious 2-bedroom apartment, Jan. - May lease,
$160/Month and electric, great location Hill and
Packard. Call Bill/Jeff 996-8458. 73C1203
SUBLET for Winter term. Single room in spacious
6 bedroom house. Low rent. 761-2685. 66C1127
LEASE FOR SALE - Own room in double suite.
Shares bath with 4 other males. Bates-Lee Peter
764-3082. 03C1205
2 BEDROOM HOUSE, Jan-Aug, 10 min. from
Diag, 2 min. from Main, PARKING $490/mo.
665-5480. 09C1205
HOUSEMATE WANTED for Winter Term. One
Bedroom available in apartment at 301 N. State.
Low rent; utilities included. Please call
662-1716. NCC1127

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deeper mind to retain, retrieve vital info!
2 cassettes by Emmett Miller, M.D., contains
the easy way to prepare for tests, boards.
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MGMT., P.O. Box 5247, Bloomington, IN 47402.
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STUDENT SERVICES
MERCURY'S MESSENGERS - Balloons &
Cakes delivered for all occasions. Visa, MC,
AMEX accepted. Call 24 hours. 668-8492. cGtc
QUALITY TYPING SERVICES: Fast, accurate,
professional. Reasonable rates. Call Karen
662-0913. cG0411
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 662-4530. cGtc
ACCURACY INK
Editing/Word Processing
Reasonable Rates. 971-4139.
cGtc
RESEARCH PAPERS
14,278 to choose from-al subjects
Order Catalog Today with Visa/MC or COD
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Custom research also available-all levels

SITTER NEEDED: Afternoons, experience with
kids; own transportation. $4.00 per hour.
769-3094. 26H1203
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN OF ALL AGES have you
often wondered what it would be like to be a
model and have your own pictures just like
Glamour or Cosmo? A well known photographer
from California can now make that dream
possible, call for an appointment or just stop
by, West Coast Photography, Golden Gate Mall
8551 N. Lilley, Canton, MI 48187, 453-7580. cH1211
GLSCo RESTAURANT & Tavern offers excellent
part-time work opportunities. The following
positions are currently available: cocktail server,
host or hostess, bartender, busperson, cook,
dishwasher. Apply between 2-4 p.m., Monday
through Friday or after 5 p.m. daily. Corner
of State & Ellsworth. 98H1206
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING SERVICES - $2 per page - Letter
Quality 663-1871. cJ423
SEWING: Slack hems, alterations, mending, and
non-clothing projects. Phone O'Della: 973-0565.
55J1209
SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESSING
*** 10% off 1st paper (with this ad) ***
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letters,
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217.
cJtc
EDITOR - 40 years experience in making good
writing better. Best quality, low rates, fast
service. 995-0772. cJ1211
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
A-1 TYPING - On Campus. Professional Rush
Service Available. 668-8898. cJ1211
Papers/Resumes/Coverletters
EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158
cJtc
TYPING - Computer spell checking. Fast.
Efficient service. 455-8270/459-1136. cJ1211
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Resumes, Papers, Cover Letters, Etc.
Complete Secretarial Service
Available Same Day Service
761-5050
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WANTED: Staff-paid parking permit for winter
term. Call 764-3820. 29M1202
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
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February 22 - March 1. COMPLETE TRAVEL.
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SPRING BREAK
Fort Lauderdale $199, Orlando $189.
Freeport, Bahamas, air and hotel on the
beach from $469. Great Places Travel
Consultants, U of M Union Mall. Cll,
994-4777. cKtc

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WANTED - UM Basketball tickets 973-9582.
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Call Chris 761-6077. 04QI1205
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