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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, December 6, 1968

DAILY OFFICIAL
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(Continued from Page 9)
General" by Nikolai Gogol, Ugli Multi-
purpose Room, Saturday, December 7,
8:00 p.m.
Doctoral.
Exvaminations

posted on recruiters visitingt
next semester. Call in addressc
,764-7460.
HELP US HELP YOU.
Current Position Openings rec
Gen. Div., not interviews on
December grads are encouraged
ply if applicable, call 764-7460
plication procedures.

Jon Allen Soper, Electrical Engineer- State of Wisconsin: Commu
111g. Dissertation: "The Scattering offvices Field Consultant, Burea
Electromagnetic Waves by Moving Bod- gional planning, BA required a
ies," on Friday, December 6 at 3 p.m. er 4 years of general businessao
in Room 2080 East Engineering, Chair- ad. experin city or county af
mn:C. M. Chu.; grad training in community dev
nan: .affairs, public ad. or other ar
Digital Equipment Corporati
.I-'aemen t nard, Mass., position overseas
France. Germany, Netherlandf
GENERAL DIVISION zerland, or Sweden. Seeking
3200 S.A.B. nationals studying engineering
puter sciences. Digital is inte
ANNOUNCEMENTS: at Engineering Placement Se
December graduates: Please come in Jan. 31, 1969. If interested pie
and get acquainted with our Alumni tact that office for appointme
Services; if you are still hunting for Lloyd T. Byxbe and Associa
jobs or grad schools, complete or bring B rmingham, Mich.: Manufactu
up to date your registration mater- presentative in premium m
ials, Call in your future address a n d creative, intelligent person f
other pertinent information, 764-7460. firm. Business bckrnd., either a
LET US KNOW IF YOU HAVE A JOB. or experience, min. age 23-24,
Spring or Summer Graduates: Now older.
Is the time to register; please get those Security Bureau of Michigan
forms back to us; we thon keep you Commerce, Lansing, iMch.:S
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z ORGANIZATION NOTICE
UM Young Democrats: Exam Break SDS - free films - Sun., Dec.
Blast, - Dec. 7th. 2:00 to 5:00 p.m., 726 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. - UGLI mul
S. State St., Apt. 10th, refreshments. room, radical newsreel presents
*propaganda: N Y newsreel -C

BULLETIN
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U of M Examiner, office and filed work with
changes. broker's officers, Bachelors level de-
gree with some acctg. and econ. cours-
es.
Roe Engineering Inc., Flushing,
ceived by Mich.: Seek civil engineers for project
campus, engineers, exper in sanitation or trans-
d to ap- portatio. Progressive small company.
for op- City of Warren, Mich.: Civil engr.
with some exer in construction work
related to municipal public works.
nity Ser- Management Consultants, midwest
u of re- firms, contact Plcm't. Serv. for details:
and eith- Marketing Manager, general aviation!
or public products, technical degree and 5 years
ffairs, or exer in sales and serv. of avionics pro-
v., urban ducts. Corporate Director of Manage-
eas. ment Information, engrg. undergrad.,
on, May- and MBA, exper in guiding mgmt. in
in Engl., optimum utilization of corporate re-
s, sources. Technical Librarian, BS Chem
Europen and MALS plus 2 yrs. exper, to set up
ouroren information center. Security Analyst,
erviewing for banking, MBA pref. exper in se-
rvice on curities areas. Chemist Manager, PhD,
ase con- with resear'ch dept.
nts. Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright
Patterson AFB, Ohio: Chief Scientist
tes, Inc., Aeor. Syst. grad degree in engrg. or phy-
urer's re- sical sci., min. 10 years exper.
arketing, National Homes Corporation, Lafay-
or small ette, Indiana: Chief Auditor, business
academic, degree and 4-5 years auditing mgmt.
probably exper. Mechanical System Supervisor,
training in plumbing, heating, and air!
Dept. of conditioning. Electrical Systems Supv.,
Securities exper in electrical maintenance. }
City of Minneapolis, Minn.: Man-
. -ager, Accting, degree and 4 years exper.
Registered Nurse. Real Estate Assessor,
BA and math aptitude. Vocational
Guidance Counselor, MA in psych., or
ed. psych area, with voc. guid. course-
work, min. 45 hrs. Asst. Dir. Correction-
al Institutions, SBA in behavioral sct.
and min. 4 years in correctional fld. at
8th, 2:00 supy. level.
tipurpose New York City Police Department,
new left C: Positions at all levels of patrol-
Columbia1 man service, trainee and exper.
City of New York: Asst. Youth Guid-
ack Pan- ance Technician, BA in soc. area. Asst.
- NOW. Architect, BA and 2 years exper. Photo-;
grapher, expel'.I
at~Bi Dcia'Brothers Company, Muncie, Ind-!
s., Dec. ian:Sales Trainees for industrial glass
h at 8:00 container supplier.
shops to -'--- - --- --~~ - -
ban soli-
rm talks,
films, PATSY PEPPER
etc.
recommends

Was Chicago a police riot or
planned political repression?
SEE MOBILIZATION'S
WORLD PREMIERE
"SEASON'S CHANGE-
THE BATTLE OF CHICAGO"
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH-State and Huron
7 and 8:30-Fri., Dec. 6
TAPPAN JR. HIGH-Stadium and Brockman
7 and 8:30-Sat., Dec. 7
Contribution-$1 student; $1.50 non-student
OPENINGS FOR
CHILD CARE WORKERS
--HAWTHORN CENTER
Work-Experience Opportunity with Emotionally
Disturbed Children.
Hawthorn Center offers mature students a unique
opportunity to work directly with disturbed children
in a creative, well-supervised, in-patient treatment
setting - a particularly rewarding experience for
potential professional workers in Education Psy-
chology, Social Work, Medicine and related Be-
havioral Sciences.
Hours: 32 or 40 per week. Must be able to work
days and weekends.
Potential openings on evenings and midnight shoft.
Age Requirement: Minimum-20 years.
Education: Minimum-Two credit years complet-
ed and good academic standing in third year.

Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill St., Fri..
Dec. 6th, 4:45 p.m. - Traditional Ser-.
vie,7:15 p m. - Hille Stuent Serv-
vcs7:5pm-HillSuetS'ices, Sat.. Dec. 7th, 9:15 a.m.- Tradn-
tional Services: No Deli House this Sun-
day.!.
UM SDS will sponsor a national coun-l
cil meeting and education conferencer
from Dec. 27th to Jan. 1st. If you have
housing space for 1000-1500 people com-
ing, please call SDS at 663-6610 or Skip
at 761-8167.

Yaupagaaau . . I acc
(50 mins) S.F. newsreel - Bl
ther (20 mils) - Cuban film-
SDS General meeting: Tue
10th and Thurs., January 9t1
p.m., 2nd floor of SAB. Work
end war research and for Cu
darity week (Jan. 7-17th) Doi
lit. program, guerilla theatre
wall posters, music, and dance,

Salary: With Bachelor's degree-$6786
Without Bachelor's degree-$5992

per year
per year

Call or Write:

PREPARE FOR FINALS!
OUTLINES
FOR ALL COURSES
at
SLATER'S
336 S. State

Student Book Service
I 1215 S. University

Director of Nursing
Hawthorn Center
Northville, Michigan
Telephone: Area Code 31 3
FI 9-300 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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only tampon with this double-protection design:
an outer layer of larger fibers that absorb in-
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store more, longer.
Comes in the first gentle, flexible plastic applicator.

ME~ .~OS AD M .ES AE RADEMARK'S
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THE
AMBASSADOR
A Distinguished
Menu
Serving Lunches
and Dinner Daily
Slatler-Hilton
Located at
1-94 and State Road

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M-M-m-m-m, yummie!
A giant hamburger of 1 lb. U.S.
Govt. pure beef topped with let-
tuce, tomato, movonnaise, onions,
oickles and ketchup .. .
ALL THIS FOR ONLY
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West of Arborland

Open: 1r1 A M.-2 A.M.
Above Ad Worth 25c toward Dinner (One

per.Customer)

Pepperoni
Sausage
Mushrooms
Hamburger
Green Pepper

Ham
Olives
Bacon
Anchovies
Onions

DeLcng's t arbecue
Features these CARRY-OUT DINNERS:

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OMEGA PIZZA
Open Daily from 5 P.M.-2 A.M.
FREE DELIVERY
Call 769-3400

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Bar-B-Q Ribs
Bar-B-Q Chicken
Fried Chicken
Bar-B-Q Beef

Shrimp
- Fish
Scallops
* Oysters

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All Dinners include Fries, Cole Slaw and Bread
Open: Mon.. Wed., Thur -Noon-2 A.M.;
Fri., Sat., Sun.--Noon-3 A.M.

314 DETROIT ST.

665-2266

Entertainment Nighty
Y~ THE
~tWATERFALL
R ESTAURANT
______ "ZORBA NIGHT"
Greek Music, Food, Pastries
Sunday, Dec. 8; 8 P.M.
2161 W. Stadium-For reservations call 662-2545

COME and VISIT
CURTIS BEEF BUFFET
Where You Can Get
"The World's Best Dish"
CHIKEN IN THE ROUGH
as well as
ROUND OF ROAST BEEF
and many more dishes
207 S. MAIN
Open 7 days a week 11 A.M.-10 P.M.

THE FINEST CORXED BEEF
and PASTRAMI in town is at
THE DL
RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN
COMPLETE CARRY-OUT SERVICE
DON'T FORGET SUNDAY MORNING BRUNCH
with hot bagels, lox, smoked fish,
and your favorite omelet
N. Miller at Main
769-4444

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from s4.50 4
Join the
Holiday For Fine
Gold Rush ITALIAN &
/ AMERICAN
STORE HOURS:
9-5:0rcade jewelry shop COCKTAIL LOUNGE
SO. 16 Nickes Arcade
_. SPAGHETTI PIZZA LASAGNA
Featuring: Giant Italian
e m Sandwiches & Aged Steaks
the mini ad
19655 SUPERHAWK.$300, well taken CARRY-OUT SERVICE
care of miles. Will sell to highest
offer by Nov. 1. Andy-761-5930. Z2N ENTIRE MN

Blaises Hamburger 6"on an Oversized Toasted Roll

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If It's Good Food Y'want-Go to Blaises at the Sheraton Ann Arbor Inn

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