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The Michigan Daily-Friday, May 8, 1981-Page 17
Private car sales
must be reported

(Continued from Page 16)
TRANSPORTATIO
RIDE NEEDED to Los Angeles area
A.F.B.). Leave by 5/14/81. Share gas an
11-442. Ask f r James Oas. R
YOUNG WOMAN seeking living quarters.
family home. Near campus. 1-353-2846 or 1-
MISCE L LANEOUS
FREE ROM, phone, food and utilities in
for dog walking and house sitting. Late Ma
663-4397.
HOUSEHOLD- AUCTION-Thursday, Ma
p.m. Full ad appears in Tuesdays paper.
This is Steve Schwart's lucky day becau
been chosen among the thousands of peopl
pus to go to the Movies paid for by the Stat
Theatres. All that Steve must do is to co
Daily and pick up the tickets.
JOIN THE TENANTS UN
MASS MEETING
tuesday, may 12, 7:30 p.m.
4001 michigan union
WOODWORKI
WORKSHOP
BASIC WOODWORKING-Tues. May 12
INTER. WOODWORKING-Mon. May 11
Six weeks 7-10 PM
FEES: Students $18.00
Staff/Faculty.$27.00, others $36.00
REGISTER AT STUDENT ARTS
CRAFTS SHDP
Open 6-11 PM Mon-Thur
Room 537 SAB
For more information call
763-5704,763-4025
ORIENTAL RUGS
We buy, sell, repair clean rugs and apprais
or 995-7597.
SUBJECTS wanted for speech and hea
periments. $3/hr. Must he native spi
English. Call 764-8504.
Rooms-Spring, Summer or both. No
80/month. Possible Fall option. 663-5861.
WORKSHOPS in dance, art and photogra
at Artworlds May 11. 994-8400,213 S. Main.
UNIV. OF MICH/Mich. State alumni spor
June 7, Saturday morning, Harvard Schoo
nando Valley, Calif. Need volleyball, tenni
drinkers to offset State capabilities in th
Write or call U of M Alumni Club of S
Dolorosa, Woodland Hills, Ca. 91367. 213-34
Volvo 1800E-1971 auto, good mechanical c
excellent body, collector's item. $3700. 995-1
SITUA TIONS WANT7
I'M LOOKING for an attractive, friendly g
the summer with. I'm a well educated m
late 20's with above average looks who
himself a sensitive individual. Let's get
there's a whole world to discover out there
2454, Ann Arbor 48106.
HOMESITTER available. Experienced.
Discreet. Long-term preferred. Norma
Solid references. 99-4975
SRE AL ESTA TE
CREATIVE IMPULSIVES welcomed to thit
hall. Two complete floors for studio/work
living areas. Updated systems, insulation, 1
pastoral setting. $61,500. Call Marty Drago
evenings. 663-1639 Caldwell & Reinhart Realt
SUBLET great efficiency $200 month
Division & Williams. Private entrance.
Sue Johnson, 763-4099 days or 995-1750.
Campus-Summer sublet w/Fall options or
bedrooms bilevel furnished apartments is
older homes. 996-5929.
SUBLET room in 6 bdm. house. Sp/Su or
Cheap! 420 Division 477-3235, 422-8664_
LUXURY SUBLET Available now. 1 or 2 1
Call Vinnie or Scott at 9%-0071,682-8706.
SUMMER BARGAIN. $100/person/month
sons furnished apartment. Immediate o
Near campus on High St. 665-8227.

SUBLET
SUBLET-Fall option-own room in fine house.
(Edwards Parking, free laundry, friendly housemates. 995-
d driving. 9222. 21U0508
28G0509 Sublet-June-Aug., Single room in three bedroom
apt.-just $60 a month-possible fall option, near
campus, laundry, parking, call 996-1692. dU0508
Prefers in VERY CHEAP SUBLET. Room in house, Packard &
559-1044. East U. Call early mornings or late nights. Chris, 994-
54L0514 0572. 25U0508
Available bedroom in clean, spacious 4-person co-ed
house. Sundeck, fireplace, washer and dryer. Group
exchange oriented, * semi-cooperative. May-May, rent
y to Sept. negotiable. 665-5050. 38U0508
50M0531 Room in house to sublet for June, July and August.
y 14, 6:30 Sunny with many windows and private entrance.
51500500 Washer, dryer, piano, and close to campus. Cull Bill,
evenings until 10.995-2759. dUtc
se be has LARGE ROOM, cool stone walls, sink/refrig, sauna,
e 1, 2, 4 parking, paid utilities, quiet, clean. 663-9136 or -
me to the '
dQ0508 SUBLET-A/C, 2 bdr. two story apartment, balcony,
available5/17. 995-2416persistently until 11 p.m.
lION! _30U0509
SUBLET-Female, own room in 2 bedroom apar-
tment, parking, AC, furnished, campus across from
law school. May 16-Aug. 30. 994-3461. 46U0513
44M0512. SUBLET SPACE for female in modern on-campus
apartment. Available now thru August, only $60. Ask
for Randi at764-0506. dUtc
LIVE IN LUXURY! 3 rooms available for summer
sublet in beautiful home on Greenwood. House has
fantastic sun deck, big modern kitchen, 2 baths,
washer/dryer, garage, fully furnished . . .
everything!! Give us a call at 996-9470. dU0514
0 July/AugustSUBLET (Fall option) Large 2 bedroom
Apt. Right by Med. Center. 668-7945. 49U0512
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-furnished one
bedroom, one block from Rackham. Laundry,
parking. Negotiable. 1-548-7633or 996-1911. 40U0521.
40U0521
52M0509 ROOMS-Spring, Summer or both. No pets. $60-
80/month, possible fall option. 663-5861. 34U0522
>e.769-8555 JULY-AUGUST Female for Private Bedroom in
cMtc three bedroom bi-level apartment. Debbie 663-1337.
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wring en SUMMER SUBLET-Share cheap female double in
bers off Abbey Apt. 909 Church. Spacious, hay windows,
1950512 dishwasher, a/c, huge living room, 1ii baths. Laos-
pets. $60- dry & parking available. Muse see to believe. Call
34C0521 663-0756. dU0509
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41M0509 price. Free laundry 662-2899. 39U0513
its clash on ROOMMATES
, San Fer-
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ese areas. Jerry Luckhardt we hope you can take the time to
:FV. 23005 come to the Daily. Why? Because you have just won
7-7920. free tickets to the State 1, 2, 3, 4 Theatres.
12M0508 WHOOPEE! dX0508
SUBLET. Female roommate needed to share 1
bedroom modern apt. Air-conditioned, parking
structure close by. Two minutes from campus. Price
condition, negotiable. Call Marie at 665-2453 or 665-4754
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considers

LANSING (UPI)-Officials said
yesterday a person who sells a car
privately now will be required to report
the purchase price for use tax purposes
in an effort to reduce cheating which
may cost the state $16 million annually.
Secretary of State Richard Austin
said the policy, which will be reflected
in new auto title forms, was adopted as
the result of a survey on underreporting
of the purchase price in used car sales
among individuals.
PREVIOUSLY, the buyer, the person
who actually pays the 4 percent tax,
was responsible for reporting the sate
price.
The policy applies only to cars bought
from individuals, not licensed car
dealers.
The state received about $33.5 million
in use tax revenues from motor vehicle
sales in the year ending Sept. 30, 1980.
MARVIN Tableman, an aide to
Austin, said there has been "a general
impression throughout that there is un-
derdeclaration in some of these used
car transactions."
While highly suspicious cases are
reported to the state Treasury Depar-
tment, he said, many involve fudging of
only a few hundred dollars and do not -
justify the expense of extensive in-
vestigation.

Because of the state's tight fiscal
situation, however, officials considered
whether it was possible to raise ad-
ditional revenue by tightening
procedures, Tableman said.
A DEPARTMENT survey covering
10 secretary of state branch offices
concluded underpayment on use taxes
may range from $11 million per year to
$23 million, Tableman said. He said the
most likely loss is about $16 million,
nearly half of the total amount collec-
ted.
The survey did not indicate the
frequency of false reporting, but
Tableman said he is confident most
car buyers provide accurate figures.
Under the new policy, similar to the
practice in nine'other states, the seller
will be required to record the sales
price on the vehicle title.
"Experience in other states in-
dicates" this will result in less
cheating, Tableman said.
He added the change may be merely
a first step in a general crackdown.
It can be accomplished without ad-
ditional cost since title forms were
being changed anyway, he said. Other
steps under study, such as checking all
transactions, would require additional
funds.

DO YOUR BOAT SHOES WEAR
OUT FASTER THAN THEY SHOULD?
HERES$5 OFF
ON APA THAT WONT
Any old pair of leather boat shoes gets you $5 off
on a new pair of Timberland's.
The new Timberland boat shoe has uppers made of
silicone or oil-impregnated leathers that won't drv out or crack.
The laces are thick rawhide.
And, to prevent rusting and damage from salt, the eelets
are onsolid brass. But, most important, the sole is long-lasting,
rugged Vibram
In fact, we're so sure the new imberland boat shoe is
tougher than other boat shoes, soe'll give ou $5 off to prove it.
Just wear at old pair of two or three-evlet leather boat
shoes with rubber soles into our store, trade then-in for a new
pair of men's or tomeIn's Timberland's, and we'll knock$ 5 off
tht' prict'. Limit: OtIe pair vsitiaah
Iratit-in. (ffe-r-xpsires6 15/81.
ANN ARBOR'S LARGEST TIMBERLAND DEALER
17 Nickels Arcade
Ann Arbor
665-7240

F The next time you
pick up your car keys and
head for the door, ask
yourself whether a phone
call could save you the
trip-and the wasted
gasoline.
For a free booklet
with more easy tips on
saving eniergy and money
write "Energy," Box 62,
Oak Ridge, TN 37830.
ENERGY.
We can't affoid
to waste it.

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