1 Monday. Aoril 16. 1973 Tb Da.ly Tar Heel N O ixoni -&im IE to Pentagon discloses cutbacks WASHINGTON -The Pentagon will provide Congress today with a list of military bases that will be closed or cut back in the latest economy move aimed at an eventual saving of up of SI billion a year, and eliminating tens of thousands of jobs. The administration acknowledged that because of the political sensitivity of the action, it held off until after President Nixon was safely re-elected. The full billion-dollar-a-year savings under the latest cuts will not be realized lor a few years, since considerable money goes into closing down or restructuring the bases. The Defense budget for the coming year is S79 billion, more than half of which is used to pay 2.3 million servicemen and 1.1 million civilians. ny on HDD From the wires of United Press International WASHINGTON President Nixon said Sunday he would make an extended visit to Europe this fall. The president did not say precisely where or when he would be traveling, but he described the trip as "a grand tour," indicating a swing through the major European capitals. The President also revealed that he would be meeting with French President Georges Pompidou before embarking on the European trip. He indicated their South Viets aid Cambodians SAIGUN-Several platoons of South Vietnamese troops, mostly irregular militiamen and border rangers, crossed the border into Cambodia Sunday to aid the crew of a burning supply ship bound for the isolated capital of Phnom Penh, military sources said. The source said the incident occurred about 72 miles northwest of Tan Chau, the border embarkation point for a 1 9-vessel convoy that for more than a week PAGE'S TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE AND PARCO MUFFLER SHOP had tried to break through a Communist blockade of the Mekong river to reach Phnom Penh. Tan Chau is 100 miles west of Saigon. Eight ships made the treacherous 60-mile voyage Sunday, steaming into Phnom Penh behind a thick blanket of bombs laid down by U.S. BS2s and tactical warplanes their 39th consecutive day of raids into Cambodia. UPI correspondent Sylvana Foa s PFRFQBMAMrP TtlMIKir: I Ignition & Emission Tune Ups SUSPENSION TUNING Corburetion . Front End Alignment MAJOR TIRE LINES Cooling System Dynamic Wheel Balancing B.f. Goodrich Brake Restoration Truing Semperit Exhaust System Shock Absorbers Others on Spec to! SEMPERIT 967-2271 .ESS DURHAM-CHAPEL HILL BOULEVARD II"""' ' "-l ' " " -srasfflassss I H LTOETS S IMPORT RADIAL PERFORMANCE TIRES creaming Ve DGH lion SUPER, SPRING SALE VERY LIMITED TIME! 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PUC THU 15 ON TH& PHONB FOR YOU, SiR.. ueu.n UJHATCAK r DO For you7..JS I'M scRgy mvr TH5 flip, BVTCCS&RZSS HAS TO fiCTON THffT, NO, hie HAVEN'T Cone back on ur picpce... SCHOOLS AND HGSPrTfiLS- 8uC BUI- 12- :Qzii?m.:..: '''fife 'LOOK, DVC THO, X PROMISED you ? ose lifi-. ftira'c -i5Kr.M. H. 600P, ''A HE' SIR! reported from Phnom Penh that thousands of men, women and children welcomed the vessels, waving flags and balloons. talks might not take place in Washington. Nixon's disclosures suggested that he was turning his attention increasingly to U.S. relations with Europe now that American forces have been withdrawn from Vietnam. Most of his important foreign visitors so far this year have been from Europe and the Middle East. On Tuesday, Nixon will welcome to Washington President Giulio Andreotti of Italy, and West German Chancellor Willy Brandt is scheduled to arrive May 1 for two days of talks with the President. In these talks, and during bis travels, Nixon is expected to discuss strengthening of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the future of economic relations, particularly trade between Europe and the United States. The President told reporters at a March 1 5 news' conference that the State Department and the National Security Council had advised him to visit some foreign capitals, especially in Europe and in Latin America as well as Africa because he had not gone there since taking office. He also mentioned Japan as one of the countries he hoped to visit. At the time, Nixon said his advisers were concerned that the summit meetings he held last year in Moscow and Peking might indicate "that we don't care about our neighbors in the Western Hemisphere " "It is more difficult to be President, when it is reaching peace," the President said. "Too often after war, we fail to build a structure for everlasting peace," he said, adding that America must remain strong because it is the only nation that "can provide the leadership." "If peace is not kept," he added, "the responsibility will be ours." CAN YOU QUA 1LJ1 1L b NO OBLIGATION FOR A RIDE IN OUR COMPUTER if you plan to graduate from college soon, you may be qualified to enter one of the Navy's elite Aviation Programs. Starting salary up to $10,000. If you think you are physically & mentally qualified. Contact LTMangum (919)832-6629 5h resyourse rides will be on April 11, 12, 16 & 17 between 9:00am & 4:00 pm at Raleigh-Durham airport. Raleii 4 12M rrn JIrUL5 r Miscellaneous . REWARD: I am offering a large reward for the return of my Disston Saw that was taken from Town Hall Wednesday night. The Saw has been In my family for over 50 years. No practical applications you have would ever outweigh the sentimental feelings I have for that Saw. Can 942-6112 or contact Town Hall, for arrangements. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. - Signed, Michael Disston. SUMMER JOBS: S890mo. college men, H.S. seniors MUST BE: Hard worker, willing to relocate, independent, at least 2.0 avg. Call 929-9692. Lost: Shy German Shepherd puppy 5 months -40 lbs., collar, no tags. Named Sheba. Reward 933-6202. . 10 REWARD Anguetll 10-speed lost at Aveiy. If found, please contact Vic at 933-2805. Blue, White handle bars and horn. -Lost Set of keys In a plastic black key case. Stanley written on front. Need urgently. Call 933-2956, Late. Legal medical abortions from 1 day to 24 -weeks, as low as $125. Free pregnancy test & birth control info. Ms. Rogers Wash. D.C. 202-628-7656 or 301-484-7424 anytime. For Sale FOR SALE 12 STRING EPIPHONE GUITAR. Excellent condition $90, MODEL 16 KLH AMPLIFIER, hardly used, $110, call evenings 968-8043. GIGANTIC MISCELLANEOUS SALE. 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FOR SALE: 1 New Sempirit Tire for VW $15. 1 VW Luggage Rack $10. 1 Sears electric Adding Machine $25. 929-4726. MOTORCYCLE: 1969 Triumph Bonneville 12,000 miles, chopped. Black chrome. Call 942-1783 after 7 pm. Fast professional repairs on hi-fi stereo components and guitar amplifiers. Call 929-2841, Monday through Saturday. John - Florence, Audio Service Technician, Justice Street, Chapel Hill. GOOD CLOTHES Shirts 15V x 33 ($1.00 $2.00). sports coats ($4.00 $6.00). Will Bargain. Wes - 102 Alexander, 933-7713. This ad today only. FOR SALE: 1971 Triumph 65occ Bonneville. A real strong bike for a strong man. Also tor sale BWi Boa. Needs a good home. Call 929-9997. . "GOLF CLUBS Used quality pro-shop gold clubs at a fair price. Irons and woods for any handicap golfer. Call John Eichnorn 933-0411. 1965 VW For Sale. Rebuilt engine. 4 new tires. Must Sell. $425.00 Call 942-1832 betw. 6-10 pm. ROCK CLIMBERS - CAVERS -' BACKPACKERS: Quality equipment at decent prices! Alpine designs, Denali, Forrest, Ocate. Premier. TraHwise, and more, including climbing ropes ana hardware! Outings - Unlimited, Box 5442. Raleigh. N.C. 27607. - Phone 833-5247 week nights 5-10 p.m. Rent ' Need a place for tne summer. Two blocks from campus. $66mo. plus utilities. May 15 to Sept. 15 or in between. Preferably a working male. Call 933-1163 day or 942-5706 night. AT. TO SUBLET: 2 bedrooms, semi-furnished. AC, Pool, train in backyard. Located in scenic Estes Park. Call 929-5454 anytime. Need a female roommate? I'm looking for an apartment to share with student or working girl this summer and fall. Private room preferred. Call Jean 933-2752 mornings and evenings. ROOMMATE WANTED to snare 2 bedroom in Cedar Court Apts. 2 Floor, bath-and-a-haif, AC, pool, dishwasher. MUST be a non-smoker. 72.50 utilities. Prefer grad student. Available May 15. Call Bruce 929-4426 5-7 pm. I NEED SOMEWHERE TO LIVE STARTING IN MAY. WOULD LIKE TO SHARE WITH EAST TO GFT ALONG WITH FEMALES. CALL 942-1819 AFTER FIVE-THIRTY. FOR SUMMER SUBLET. Two bedroom apartment. - New. partly furnished. , Air Conditioning, pool. Two miles 'from campus. $150 plus utilities. Call Aly or Steve 967-7639 anytime. Wanted Wanted, Female Roommate. Two bedroom, furnished apt. close to campus. Rent approx $75.00 per month with utilities. Available immediately. Call Ken 929-3031. GRADUATE OR UNDERGRADUATE MALE OR FEMALE with one introductory course in statistics. EARN CASH According to performance in a COMPUTER CONTROLLED DECISION MAKING EXPERIMENT. Call 2:00-5:00 p.m. (93)3-2325. DESPERATELY need ride to ATLANTA or ATHENS, Ga. Friday April 20. Will share expenses. Can SaMy, 929-7676. NEED CASH FOR SUMMER? Want to buy rock, folk and blues albums. Also Oldie But Goodie iS's, Good Prices Paid. Jim 942-6635 Evenings. NEEDED: (A) One binocular microscope for Dental School.- (B) Information leading to obtaining house or apt near campus for next fail. $50 reward. Write F, Ausband. Box 573, banner Elk, N.C. 2860O- . Male grad student needs rommate(s) with apt. for summer and fall 933-6367. SUBLEASE FOR SUMMER AND FALL: 2-bedroom apartment in Estes Park complex. New, air conditioned, poll and laundry. Call 967-1518. Wanted either a liberal male who wants to rent an apartment for summer school with someone or someone who presently has an apartment and needs a roommate for summer school. Price negotiable. Contact at 933-2441. Townhouse Apt. for summer complectely furnished - one mile from campus - AC, pool. Call 929-4048 - AJV1. before 8:45 - P.M. between 6:00 and 8:00. Wanted: Male roommate mid-May to August. Furnished, T.V., pool, air conditioning. $75 rent plus utilities. Call: 942-8224. One bedroom. Apartment to sublet early May until... Pool, AC, Carpet, Drapes, Laundry. Call 929-8622 after 6 PM. APT. TO SUBLET - 2 bedrooms, AX., pool, will leave our furniture May to August. $155 plus utilities. Call 929-8943 Kingswood. Sublet 2 bdrm Apt. Completely furnished. AC. All or part of April 10 - Aug 1. Near Campus. $135month 967-1744. THREE BEDROOM APARTMENT - summer sublet; available May 15 with option for Fall; $175month; Walking distance to campus; Call 929-3415 after 5:30. FOR RENT: Take up lease. May 7th - July 31st, with option for next year. (Semi-furnished, $140month) for summer 2 bedrooms, Air Cond.. Pool. Call 967-4704. Apartment to sublet. May thru August. 2 bdrm, Hv. rm., kitch., din. rm., bath. Furnished. $170 month. C-ll Broadmoor. Call 489-4609 after 5 or 489-2302 or day 933-7585 ask for Joe. Si

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