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mwm «M M congressional é A tth m ^ ^ ^ Ê Peats said thé members had¿ “traveled • long rocky path and face new pitfalls now’* ,AA large number of bills are Rights, Suffrage and Elections, headed by Dr. James Pollock, R-Ann Arbor, a University of Michigan political scientist. Michigan's search and seiz- ure provision it unque among the states. It allows the use in court of certain types^of evidence seized illegally in a seardi of an automobile, and specifically mentions narcot- ics, firearms, bombs, explos- ives and o t h e r dangerous weapons. 'J 0 Convenuta delegates de- clined to accept tee espimi*-, tee suggestion, and restored most Ite, .;tee strike» lan- guage by adopting an amend ment sponsored by Kenneth 6 , Prem e, R-HUlsdale. Severi! Negro delegates from the Detroit area told of being stopped on the streets See CON-CON Page t Treasurer ÖÄAÜSG ; Tom Cummiags, assistant treasurer of All-Unìversity Stu-, pTOved as treasurer by Student Congress Wednesday night. Anetiter appointment ap- proved by Congress was Rep- resentative Jim Wetzet, who will head up tee Student jDfg- •roui|.ft9itl^ jjl Jim Barnes, AU§G publicity chairraao, told Congress that bis department is planning a Communications Council in thè dormitories to coordinate AUSG psteficity. TbeCoundl totobe under tee direction of tee Con- gress representative and tbe dorm president. Pat Quinlan, representing Co-ops, was nóned chairman of tea Welfare Committee lo succeed Bob Hencken, Bailey, who resigned. ; . >: John McNeÌl, East Shaw, was ippotted to succeed Jim Gib- son as chafrman of thè finance committee. ' Linda Lotridge, South Camp- bell, and McNeil were elected by Congreas to fili two vacan- cte* ; th# : Committee on WSMB-TV, Channel 19, wffl carry hath Governor John B. Swansea's State ef tee State addreas and President John F. Kennedy’s Siate if the Un- ion address Tharsday. Governor Swainson’s ad- dress wQI he broadcast (ras 11 ft.m. to soon. President Big Freeze Hits Nation W eather „The Cuban revolutionary government plans to launch 1 drive this year to indoctrinate as many Cubans as possible in Comma- aism. m To advance the plan a nationwide network of “revolutionary instruction schools'9 has been w t up. HWB FWel Castro himself recent l y 1 ■■■■' .......... .J acknowledged teat “actually, schools is indication that n e t, what Is studied In the revolut- Ml Cabans are reedy to face ionary instruction schools is catewnrds as qaiciiy as tee Marxism-Leninisro—the o n l y government would like teem (subject) that can he studied to. hi a revolutionary imttnetem Castro told an audience last school...’’ . December that if he had her- These institute* for tee ad- aided his revolution as being vaneement of “Socialism’’— “Marxist-Leninist” he and bis the government still s h i e s guerrilla army “possibly could away from tea mere explicit not have descended to th o “Communism “—win turn out ptotas.” cadres oC red avaageitoers. And he added “one of tea Their taskw ill be to win over problems we hod during the the masses. first stages of the revolution It to necessary to ‘'instruct, was that there were m a n y reeducate and-win (ever) the fo o d , well-intentioned people, old intellectuals, yesterday's but they had. Jatoti-comanMfot' technicians, professors a n d prejudices. they were tsacherowho may have taccm- honest people. . who wmdd prehensions," states a rm h g - embrace a flag far tafflfflM tonary theorteican in' “Cube fight had they just Soctobsta,“ the monthly pub-Tbey were simply persons licattoe ef tee “M andbt-t» toeking preparation.” , l | g totot” tetofilfenUia. ’ '■ ^Sm g romdrod rsndfofl lililí ichigan State Senate ko of Representativas ¡raMPVpfl re mW M Cénit MB¡WSSHaj| m W » The MI •ad House iMmÊÊÊmm .JHRH as tbe legislators preparad to face the biggest pre-session product of bills since they be-" gan meeting 10 years ago. After disposing of the early formalities of role taking and the introduction of visitors. Donald H. Pears, House ar and Buchaaoan Rcpu told Bottw PFf F ifttor i) that tiMi would he fiw ifo —**{"* he would preside ever. Pears said that be wished for the continued long friend- ship of his fellow members. He wffl and Ms reign as speaker became he wffl ran ■ to ■ to ■ By tee Aasodated Frees Ex-K orean C hief Sentenced to D eath SEOUL, (ft-Chang Do-Young, for two months leader of the junta that overthrew civil rule in South Korea, was sentenced Wednesday to death on charges that he was a scheming counter- revolutionary. ~ *’ ! A 5-man revolutionary tribunal—set up by Chang’s one-time subordinates—condemned him on charges that he actually tried to obstruct the coup last May before being persuaded to accept the junta’s chairmanship ami become premier of South ' Korea. i- v< Freedom of Jungle Claim ed HOLLANDIA, Dutch New Guinea, (J«-About 300 Papuans demonstrated at the south coast city of Merauke Wednesday for freedom of this jungle territory, which to claimed by Indonesia. They carried Papuan flags and banners with such slogans as “We want independence’’ and ‘^We ask the U.N. to act as ob- server." il B ft Laotian Princes To M eet in G eneva On W M SB VIENTIANE, Lads, (ft—Premier Bonn Oura agreed Wednes- day to a new meeting of Lads’ Princes in Geneva only two weeks after he balked at a carefully arranged princely summit at his own captital. - There was no indication he was any more willing now than then to give in to neutralist Prince Souvanna Phouma and Souvanna’s pro-Commumst half-brother, Prince Souphanou- vong, on issues deadlocking formation of a unified government. mm " dMBBkTWMK o r 'm [S& A& 1j 1 « ! i is?«?; m M iM ^ JODY PARSONS I I, ' Of * k filato lteas Stoff A recommendatioa td divide tee College of Science and Afta into ftow «to*W eotep» ime loliedeeed at the Academic GMtiWfl meeting Wednesday. -. CoUeges ef Natural Science, Sodai Science and Arts and Letters would he fam ed, each with a separate dean. W Thepten to still in fito tSacussioh ind planning stags, accord- ing to President M m A. Hannah. It has been approved by tee CHOafi of Sctonce and A rta.»-~ 1 1 ^ _.rjrrr: hnt v ili not effective 1 P* p m w m m m m g to until 11 to pasmd hy the Board I’m sure fins wffl nsrist us to making this a productive ~~— inn.” Ha said he hoped the bers would weak well togoteir during this session because, “each of us needs nach other” to order to accomplish all that needs tu be accomplished. i|m on g the various problems the legislator* wffl fece to the problem of finance. ' The state to presently under s « milQMi dwar deficit wMdh to expedtad to reach a figure of 95 miuion dollars by tee end of the fiscal year June Five M ils have already hem drafted regarding tee division ef the state tote 19 ceagreMtonal districts to provide Michigan with an additional seat to tbe U.S. House. The additional seat is need- ed to accomodate the increase in the state’s population as in- dicated by the ltoO census re- port. , m I If the legislature should fail to redtotrict-the state during ■ ■ ■ ■ a ■ Tvustoes, be saUL R ussian H ospitality Praised MOSCOW, lift—Passengers of a Belgian airliner forced down Monday by rocket-armed MIG fighters said Wednesday that, once aground, they received excellent treatment from the Rus- sians. _ r ■■ “We had a wonderful receptron,” said Mrs. Charles Wiemer of New York on this third day m an involuntary visit to the SoviefUnion. - The coment was typical of ’the reaction among 18 passengers and two stewardesses of the Belgian plane, which encountered compass trouble and then tbe MlGs on a flight from. Tehran to Istanbul. v ; - ■_. Bingham H eads Trusteeship UNITED NATIONS, N Y , (to-The U.N, Trusteeship Council Wednesday elected -J<mathan Bingham of the United States as its president for 1962 over opposition irom tbe Soviet Union. Bingham, who mceeds U Tin Maung of Burma,.was elected with 9 votes to 1 for Carlos Salamanca of Bolivia. The 19-nation council then elected Salamanca rice president, succeeding Bingham, who held that job test year. C u ban Schools lunis] Kennedy’s message wffl fol- low otl2:36 p.m. a a a a i v i i m i this session, an additional con- gressman will have to be elect- ed at large. Gov, John B. Swainson wffl address a joint meeting of the legislature Thursday at II «.m. He, is expected to confine his address to budget matters al- though he has denied fiie rum- or that he intends to propose a state income tax. Philly Bird M an PHILADELPHIA, (ft The Civil Service Commis- sion has created the position of bird control man. Antonio D’Amato, 09, for- merly a $3,898-a-yeor laborer for the city, was given fiw title. Actually D’Amato’s tasks m e unchanged. H t’s responsible for shooing away pesky ptoe* ons and starlings from City Hall, m Con-Con F o r Illegal Search;.'1 : „1 LANSING, (ft-Tke Consti tnttonal Convention, after an emotional toordieur debate, put Ito toalattve stamp of ap- proval Wednesday on a search and setoure provision that some authorities believe to un- constitutional. _ The debate was a continua- tion to arguements on the “De- claration of Rights” article ted by tbe Committee on Suffrage and Elections, The {dam, called “A Recom- mendation for Strengthening tbs Fundamental Disciplines at MSU,” was introduced by Pro- vost Paul A.,M iller. Recommended to ge tole effect Jety 1, M92, tee ptoa eir.phastoes a strong Uberai arto slacwHaa a t tin under- graduate level, wfik profes- sional training reserved 1er the npper dam sad gradu- ate r Under the proposed the departments ef and political sctonce be moved from the College Buslnes and Public Service to ete College of Social Science. ^ Other departments in the Col- lege of Serial Science would be geophaphy, psychology, sociol- ogy add anthropology and the African language and area cen- ter. Th' College of Natural Sci- ence would include the depart- ments -of botany and plant pathology, entomology, zoolo- gy. chemistry, geology, mathe- matics, physics and astronomy, statistics and nursing. r~ Tbe llritegg Gril Lake Bl- elegteal Station and tee Sri- enc*. and M a t h e m a t i c s teaching «eater weald dee be included hi tie College ef Batumi Science. The department of microbi- ology and public health would Tail jointly under the Colleges of Natural Science Mid Veteri- nary Medicine. The department of biochemistry would be joint- ly under Natural Science and The College of Arts and Let- ters would consist of the de- partments of art, music, English, foreign language, philosophy religion, liberal arts program for adfutts, Cen- tennial Review and the forth- coming humanities research center. The department of history will b ! included ip the College of Arts and Letters. V . The proposal recommend« that thé University College he coetimied as a separate unit, but that more faculty members have joint appointments be- tween the University College and the departments of tbe new colleges. It asks that the deans and faculties of the newly-formed colleges work with the Univer- sity College to developing a liberal core of studies at tee tower class level.' At fiw upper class level, MW prUlWani wm DC la organise « liberal ef sfattes which wffl hworperate the fondamental disciplines, as well •• flexi- Me ^arrangements for specia- Thaw wffl be intense depart- mental study to determine the long range goals/of the pro- posed program and its relation- ship to Hanaah’s Seven Point Program. :: Relation of these fundamen- tal disciplines with the and profession! areas prime area Jar study. The me of expert consul- toots supported by the Uaiver-— stty far working out the Ifafipdt te Senior of W eek Sign-np R eopens . Satar4f.tfM.WMk iiir tiw i L amm ||k«M JU^w ■awP i w UUCPfiO «Uà wJHPW* tom . AppUcatums sheets may he picked up to tes Union and saw to be turned to by January M P ' ■ ':w M fw how riroady turned to W È Ë Ë Ë Ê iË Æ m .
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    “traveled • long rocky path and face new pitfalls now ’* ■

    ,AA large number of bills are

    Rights, Suffrage and Elections, headed by Dr. Jam es Pollock, R-Ann Arbor, a University of Michigan political scientist.

    M ichigan's search and seizure provision i t unque among the states. It allows the use in court of certain types^of evidence seized illegally in a seardi o f an automobile, and specifically mentions narcotics, firearm s, bombs, explosives and o t h e r dangerous w e a p o n s . 'J 0

    Convenuta delegates declined to accept tee espimi*-, tee suggestion, and restored most Ite , .; tee strike» language by adopting an amend ment sponsored by Kenneth 6 , Prem e, R-HUlsdale.

    Severi! N e g r o delegates from the Detroit area told of being stopped on the streets

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    TreasurerÖÄAÜSG; Tom Cummiags, assistant treasurer of All-Unìversity Stu-,

    pTOved as treasurer by Student Congress Wednesday night.

    Anetiter appointment ap- proved by Congress w as Rep- resentative Jim Wetzet, who will head up tee Student jDfg- • r o u i |.f t 9 i t l^ jjl Jim Barnes, AU§G publicity chairraao, told Congress that bis department is planning a Communications Council in thè dormi tories to coordinate AUSG psteficity. T beC oundl t o t o b e under tee direction of tee Congress representative and tbe dorm president.

    Pat Quinlan, representing Co-ops, w as n óned chairman of te a W elfare Committee lo succeed Bob Hencken, Bailey, who resigned. ; . >:

    John McNeÌl, East Shaw, was ip p o tted to succeed Jim Gibson as chafrman of thè finance committee. '

    Linda Lotridge, South Campbell, and McNeil were elected by Congreas to fili two vacan- cte* ; th# : Committee on

    WSMB-TV, Channel 19, wffl carry hath Governor John B . Sw ansea's State ef tee State addreas and President John F . Kennedy’s Siate i f the Union address Tharsday.

    Governor Swainson’s address wQI he broadcast (r a s 11 ft.m. to soon. President

    Big Freeze Hits Nation

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    „T he Cuban revolutionary government plans to launch 1 drive this year to indoctrinate as many Cubans as possible in Comma- aism . m

    To advance the plan a nationwide network of “revolutionary instruction schools'9 has been w t up. HW B

    FWel Castro him self recent l y 1 ■■■■'.......... .Jacknowledged teat “actually, schools is indication that n e t , what Is studied In the revolut- Ml Cabans are reedy to face ionary instruction schools is catewnrds as q a ic iiy as tee Marxism-Leninisro—the o n l y government would like teem (subject) that can he studied to.hi a revolutionary im ttnetem Castro told an audience la st school...’’ . December that if he had her-

    These institute* for tee ad- aided his revolution as being vaneem ent of “Socialism ’’— “M arxist-Leninist” he and bis the government still s h i e s guerrilla army “possibly could away from tea m ere explicit not have descended to t h o “Communism “—win turn out ptotas.” cadres oC red avaageitoers. And he added “one o f te a Their ta sk w ill be to win over problems w e hod during the the m asses. first stages of the revolution

    It to necessary to ‘'instruct, was that there were m a n y reeducate and-w in (ever) the f o o d , well-intentioned people, old intellectuals, yesterday's but they had. Jatoti-comanMfot' technicians, professors a n d prejudices. they weret sach erowho m ay have taccm - honest people. . who wmdd prehensions," states a r m h g - em brace a fla g far ta fflf f lM tonary theorteican in' “Cube fight had they just Soctobsta,“ the monthly p ub -T b ey w ere sim ply persons licattoe e f tee “M a n d b t-t» toeking preparation.” , l | g totot” tetofilfenU ia. ’ '■ ^ S m g romdrod rsndfofl

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    After disposing o f the early form alities of role taking and the introduction of visitors.

    Donald H. Pears, House ar and Buchaaoan Rcpu told B ottw PFf Fifttor i) that tiMi would he fiw i f o —**{"* he would preside ever.

    Pears said that be wished for the continued long friendship of his fellow members.

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    SEOUL, (ft-C hang Do-Young, for two months leader of the junta that overthrew civil rule in South Korea, was sentenced Wednesday to death on charges that he w as a schem ing counterrevolutionary. • ~ * ’ !

    A 5-man revolutionary tribunal—set up by Chang’s one-time subordinates—condemned him on charges that he actually tried to obstruct the coup last May before being persuaded to accept the junta’s chairmanship ami becom e premier of South

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    F r e e d o m o f J u n g l e C l a i m e dHOLLANDIA, Dutch New Guinea, (J«-About 300 Papuans

    demonstrated at the south coast city of Merauke Wednesday for freedom of this jungle territory, which to claim ed by Indonesia.They carried Papuan flags and banners with such slogans as “ We want independence’’ and ‘̂ We ask the U.N. to act as observer." ■ i l B ft

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    VIENTIANE, Lads, (ft—Prem ier Bonn Oura agreed Wednesday to a new m eeting of Lads’ Princes in Geneva only two weeks after he balked at a carefully arranged princely summit at his own captital. -

    There was no indication he w as any more w illing now than then to give in to neutralist Prince Souvanna Phouma and Souvanna’s pro-Commumst half-brother, Prince Souphanou- vong, on issues deadlocking formation of a unified governm ent.

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    A recommendatioa td divide tee College of Science and Afta into f t o w « t o * W e o te p » im e loliedeeed at the Academic GMtiWfl meeting Wednesday. - .

    CoUeges ef Natural Science, Sodai Science and Arts and Letters would he fa m ed, each with a separate dean. W

    T hepten to still in fito tSacussioh in d planning stags, accordin g to President M m A. Hannah. I t has been approved by tee CHOafi of Sctonce and A r ta .» -~ 1 1 ̂ _ . r j r r r : hnt v ili not effective 1 P * p m w m m m m g tountil 11 to pasm d hy the Board

    I’m sure fins wffl nsrist us to making this a productive ~~— inn.”

    Ha said he hoped the bers would weak w ell togoteir during this session because, “each of us needs n ach other” to order to accom plish a ll that needs tu be accom plished. i|m o n g the various problems

    the legislator* w ffl fece to the problem of finance.' The state to presently under s « milQMi d w a r deficit wMdh to expedtad to reach a figure o f 95 miuion dollars by tee end of the fiscal year June

    F ive Mils have already hem drafted regarding tee division ef the state tote 19 ceagreM tonal districts to provide Michigan with an additional seat to tbe U.S. House.

    The additional seat is needed to accomodate the increase in the state’s population as indicated by the ltoO census report. , mI If the legislature should fail to redtotrict-the state during

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    R u s s i a n H o s p i t a l i t y P r a i s e dMOSCOW, lift—Passengers of a Belgian airliner forced down

    Monday by rocket-armed MIG fighters said Wednesday that, once aground, they received excellent treatm ent from the Russians. _ r ■■ ■

    “ We had a wonderful receptron,” said Mrs. Charles Wiemer of New York on this third day m an involuntary v isit to the SoviefUnion.- The coment was typical of’th e reaction among 18 passengers and two stewardesses of the Belgian plane, which encountered com pass trouble and then tbe MlGs on a flight from . Tehran to Istanbul. v ; - ■_.

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    speaker, Prof. Alfred G . aN f» or. “Relations between toé Soviet Union and its East European A llies.” Rush d - fee hour follows address. .

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    T WASHINGTON, (IW J.S. officirls said Wednesday they expect straw ciwdemMttnn of the Fidel Castro regim e in Cuba a t aforeign m inister’ conference this monte, but no sensationa l immediate r e s it s . t ■■' ■/'; ■ ■- ' J " 1

    It w e ld be a mistake, they The President is describedsaid, to expect t e l decisions taksa 1 the conference In Pun- to D el E ste, Uruguay, starting Jan. 33 could produce dramatic overnight developments, such a s tea downfall of the Cuban M arxist / J S , * . ,

    Government experts stressed that they do not expect failure at te e conference. They said the f a c t it is being held represents great progress In what they call a rising tide of anti- Castro feeling in Latin America.

    £ President Kennedy, Secretary of State Dean Rusk and ether U.S. officials conferred at the White House Tuesday about tee Punta Del E stem eeting.

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    Interviewing a t tee Place- m eat Bureau Tuesday, Additional information in the P lacement Bureau Bulletin for the w elc of Jan. 15-18:

    General Motors Carp. Me- chanicaL electrical, m etallurgical and chem ical engineers, m ate and physics majors.

    " The Boeing Co. interviewing civtt, m echanical and electrical engineers. Aphed mechan-

    i, m ate and physics m ajors.Saa Diego City School*. Ele

    mentary education English (with teachable m inor), math, science, girl’s physical education and home econom ics. - I

    General Meters Corp. Chevrolet Motor Dtv. All majors in tee College of Business k Public Service, Science k Arts end Communication Arts.

    Detroit Board ef Education AH elementary and secondary fields of teaching except secondary social studies and boy’s physical education.'" v

    Raytheon Co. E lectrical, m echanical engineers, physics majors. l l f l l l l

    Perfect Circle Corp. mechanical -engineers.

    Anaconda Wire and Cable Co. E lectrical, mechanical A n d chem ical engineers.

    IP i aki I — »1 ■» i 4 i i ndik—W a anflkn c it ic ovBUCvsuiiCion, incr m p r lr s l engineers, physics,

    and chem istry majors. <Pittsburgh P lata Glass Ca.

    Chem ical, mechanical and electrical engineer s. Chemistry, and physics m ajors, accounting majors and I f majors in the College of Business and Public Service and Science k Arts.

    The B aR ham k Ohio Rail- read Co. Civil, m echanical k electrical 'engineers. ' ^

    u b a Ce. Accounting majors.

    TTaaMln C a n r ln n iT la J ilu iii a M |nHNK ofrw et fticcin c iiw Gas Ce. (New Jersey) cheroi- ca i, civtt, electrical f a d mechanical engineers.- U J . Naval Oedauaaee Labe-

    ratevy. E lectrical, maChMdc# engineers, physics and chem istry majors.

    American Caa Ce. Mechani- a 1 ^ « ^ n ewrs^ and production

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    by informed sources as taking a day-to-day personal interest end following closely suggestions toy Argentina, other American republics, and B J , experts on the type of declaration to be adopted at tbe conference. Some sources said a presidential outfiite of h is concept o f the scope of the Punta Del E ste m eeting might be issued at his news conference Jan. 15, to hip orient public opinion hi this country.

    White House and state departm ent experts are described as confident the conference win a d o p t resolutions assailing Communist intervention in Cuba and e l l on Prim e Minister Castro to break-ties with the Sino-Soviet bloc. At t h e same tim e, they believe the m eeting will exhort Castro to attiow Cubans to elect their own government officials and to en- > y freedom and respect for human rights.

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    or hi their automobiles and forced to undergo stea l they •aid w as an ittsgal search.

    B u t supporter* o f tea Prattle Amendment argued that the section as it now stands protects the people against «rim- i n i ek m oata who m ild fa lo u d te ftr persons o r f a fh lr on teohf persons or f a their cars. .

    After adoption e f the Prettio Amendment, delegatee defeated 0 B a proposal to substi- fa te language taken from tea U.S. Constitution.

    Michigan Slate U afvenlty President M r A . Hannah, R-East I.— tag, drew ap* planse when he spoke la fever 1 the sabstitete and cited Ids experience as chairman ef tee National C ivil Rights Commission.

    , Hanna said he did not want lb make things difficult for law enforcement o fftcers .b u t be added: ’

    “We should make certain that there is fair treatm ent for all and that people are lo t damned because they are black or brown or econom ically disadvantaged.”- In other action, tbe eonven- flow's com m ittee stodying leg. islative reapportionment d e c » ed to hold a weekend sesston at MSU*s Kellogg Center Jan. 19-22. It I s o decided net to ask the convention for perm ission to have secret m eetings, as had been suggested fa Hannah, the com m ittee chairman.

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    I44T O L0SM O 8 ILE , 88 convertible. W hite, green interior. SherpI Lott of «tra». ED 2-5515. •

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    R ELIA BLE babysitte» for 3 year old. S-5. Own feransportntion. Near campus. C all ED 7-4224. 5

    IS M M A C H IN E operators. M utt have basic machine experience. M ale only need apply. N ight work. App ly room I I, Aambriftration fuHding. 7

    EXPER IEN C ED student G S-3 clerk, typist soaks clerical work. 1-5 pjn„ Mon.-Fri. 355-1536. 4

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    D O W N T O W N N EAR. Furnished. 1 moms, approved for 3 men. Evenings, IV 54)344. S

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    SO U TH . 1st floor furnished apartment for married couple with references. ED 2-6804. • ' 4

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    A PPRO VED . 2 double rooms. Parking, private bath, quiet for studying. ED 2- 3602 or IV 4 -S442 (office). 5

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    f o r m n m m r — — ......" ftfftM Ü ifED , fa»1 4 ’Students, C lose to campus, a ff E. Katamaaaov IV 4. 2*21. or stop at 410 Allen. •

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    W AN TED « f a 2 mala gradual» - students to Share 3 bedroom house.

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    P IA N IST . J U IU ÌA R D i rodéate, now asxcptm g beginning or advanced students (near campes). ED 2-0408. 4

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