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UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
FOUND: Oct. 3, Med. Size Black Dog-Washtenaw &
Hill. ann Arbor Humane Society.,665-5585. dAl014
Two cats: small Siamese and striped black and gray
male. Both wearing flea collars, vicinity of Wall
Street. Call 662-9651. 31A1011
,OT-Irish Setter, male, 2 years old, Ryan. Please
call 994-5287. Reward. 70A1014
MICHIGAN STATE TICKETS. One pair-senior
priority, best offer. 973-2693. 95B1012
ANN ARBOR-THE ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday,
October 15, 5055 Saline-Ann Arbor, Exit 175 off
I-94, over 225 dealers, everything guaranteed for
authenticity. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (Come anytime after 5
a.m. when dealers arrive.) 57B1013
'73 Pinto Runabout auto, handyman special,
$400/best offer. Call after 5:00, 663-7607. 48B1013
STEREO SPECIALS. Absolute lowest prices. Demos
at cost. 662-0267 or 995-5743. 59B1017
FOR SALE-'68 RAMBLER American, low mile-
age. $200 or best offer. Call 662-9269 between 6-8 p.m.
'67 MGB-Runs great, must sell, price $125. Call
MALE ROOMMATE needed to complete 4-man
apartment. % of double room available. Excellent
location, next to CCRB. Rent only $117.50/month.
2baths, dishwasher, etc. Parking. 995-3745. 90C1015
CO-FD, semi-vegetarian, fun-loving house looking
for a sixth member with character. Beautiful, large,
single room. Call 668-8736 or 764-6090 persistently.
ONE BEDROOM apartment, $195.00/month, Octo-
ber rent free, still available. Call evenings, 994-
MALE GRAD/PROFESSIONAL. Own room in quiet,
friendly 6 bdrm. house, close to campus/hospital.
$145/mo._plus utilities. Call 663-3726 eves. 64C1013
NEEDED-One male non-smoking roommate for
modern bi-level apartment. Near campus, $112/mo.
Call 994-5054, preferably between 11 p.m.-12:30 a.m.
-BAITS I, Eaton 'House lease for sale. Male double.
764-5013 or 995-4137. 08C1013
SPACIOUS TWO BEDROOM apartment on campus.
Newly decorated and carpeted. Ideal for 2-4 persons,
immediate occupancy. $390/month. Campus Rentals
Ltd., 665-8825. 89C1012
LARGE 2-BDRM. furnished apt. located across
from U-M stadium. Available Oct. 16. $378/mo.
includes heat, water, free parking and balcony.
Near campus bus stop. Call 994-3955. San Solci
Anar-'mntQ 103S. Main .ct
ON-GOING PERSONAL growth group. Gestalt
orientation, Mondays 7:30-10:00. $15.00 session. Call
Michael or Catherine, 662-5215. Includes weekend
DRUMMERS-Like some training from a practiced
player? Expetienced with beginners, all ages;
knowledgeable many styles, all percussion. Call 761-
THEY SHOOT SENIORS, Don't They? This is the
last week to have your senior portrait taken for the
1979 MICHIANENSIAN yearbook. Call 764-0561 for
an appointment. dF1013
NEEDED-SOME PERSONS to make up a unique
rock band, emphasizing improvisation and rhythm.
playing interpretations of anything from Eno to Ore-
gon to perverted Framptor. Don't worry if you feel
you can't play too well; some think I'm incompetent,
too. (I play guitar but don't know nor have any
need for traditional structure). Just so you have an
expansive mind and ANY instrument (bongos, bass,
piano, oranges), with small gigs as a real possi-
bility. Call NOW, Jim, 764-0627. 71F1014
AFS CLUB MEETING.
Wednesday, Oct. 11, 8 p.m., Michigan Union Con-
ference room 3. Information 769-3534. 63F1011
STUDENTS INVOLVED IN THE HELPING
PROFESSION AND SELF GROWTH WHO ARE
SEEKING SKILLS NOT PROVIDED BY THE
UNIVERSITY, THE INSTITUTE OF SELF DI-
RECTION WILL PROVIDE TRANSPERSONAL
EDUCATION AND THERAPY. SUBJECTS COV
-INTEGRATION OF THE PERSONALITY
-TRAINING OF THE WILL_
-STUDY OF THE CONSCIOUSNESS
-ALTERNATIVE METHODS OF HEALING
-CREATIVITY AND INTUITION
-PLUS OTHER RELATED SUBJECTS
THE LEARNING AND GROWTH EXPERIENCES
PROVIDED THROUGH THESE SUBJECTS WILL
EQUIP STUDENTS TO BE AWARE OF THE
VARIOUS DEPTH LEVELS OF THEIR OWN NA-
TURE AND ENABLE THEM TO BEGIN THEIR
OWN PROCESS OF INTEGRATION AND WILL BE
ABLE TO INCORPORATE THE AWARENESS AND
EXPERIENCE OF THEIR OWN INDIVIDUALITY
INTO THEIR OWN CURRICULUM PLANNING TO
THEIR PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS. THE IN-
STRUCTOR WILL BE STANLEY ZURAWSKI,
FOUNDER OF THE INSTITUTE. HE HAS
TAUGHT AND DESIGNED COURSES OF ALL THE
ABOVE SUBJECTS, ALSO TECHNIQUES FOR
PERSONAL GROWTH COVERED BY A COURSE
OF "FINDING YOUR OWN SELF DIRECTION"
MR. ZURAWSKI IS A "MYSTIC" AND A MEMBER
OF THE "ARCANE SCHOOL" AS WELL AS DEDI-
CATED, COMPASSIONATE INSTRUCTOR WHO
GENUINELY CARES ABOUT HUMANITY AND
IT'S PROBLEMS. HE STUDIED HIS OWN PRO-
CESS OF CHANGE OVER 30 YEARS, AND REAL-
IZES THAT ALL KNOWLEDGE AND GROWTH
MUST COME ABOUT THROUGH SELF MOTI-
VATED EFFORTS AND EXPERIENCES OF THE
INDIVIDUAL. ALL LEARNING IS EXPERIEN-
TIALLY BASED AND STUDENTS ARE TO AC-
CEPT ONLY THAT KNOWLEDGE WHICH THEY
CAN VERIFY DIRECTLY.
STUDY GROUPS ARE NOW IN A PROCESS
OF BEING FORMED. ALSO MR. ZURAWSKI WILL
BE AVAILABLE FOR LECTURES OR EXPERIEN-
TIAL DEMONSTRATIONS ON TRANSPERSONAL
SUBJECTS. ANY INDIVIDUAL OR GROUPS IN-
TERESTED CALL MR. ZURAWSKI AT 971-2282
AM OR LATE PM. CF1022
MEDITATION FOR ARTISTS. Learn techniques of
meditation as a way of developing better focus and
more creativity. Open to all artists and anyone
else interested. Free. -Different method presented
each week; attendance can be regular or occasional.
Taught by Stern Morgan. Every Tuesday at 8 p.m.,
at Canterbury Loft, 332 South State, second floor,
near Nickels Arcade. For more info, call 665-0606.
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
1209 S. University
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
COUPLES ENRICHMENT RESIDENTIAL WORK-
SHOP-Communication, negotiation, and commit-
ment Oct. 13-15.' Marriage counselor Bob Blood,
Ph.D., Margaret Blood, MA. 769-0046, cF10'2
SHY, HANDSOME, semi-athletic, intermittent
smoker, 25, wants to meet unpretentious woman.
Interests include: Walter Percy, Thomas Wolfe,
Physics, Gustav Mahler. Bela Bartok, Beethoven,
Keith Jarrett. Pat Metheny, Tim Buckley, Nick
Drake, Leonard Cohen, Tennis, and Sherlock
Holmes. If you would like to meet me for dinner
call 1-576-4678 or write Box 266, Royal Oak, MI.
I'll even play tennis if I have to. cF1013
MASSAGE CLASS-Basic techniques. Learn by
doing, receiving, safe, sharing, atmosphere. Three
Sundays, begins Oct. 15, only $10. Evenings, 663-
1979 GRADS-The 1979 Michiganensian (U-M award
winning vearbook) is now taking graduate Dor-
traits at our office at 420 Maynard (next_ to SA),
Spaces are limited, so make your appointment
today. Call 764-0561 weekdays from 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
or stop by our offices in the Student Publications
LSA STUDENT Government is now taking applica-
tions for the position of Elections Director for the
LSA Student Government Fall Elections; to be
held Nov. 9th and Nov. 10th. The position requires
responsibility for publicity, election rules and pro-
cedures and the counting and verification of ballots.
Elections Director will receive $200 for his/her
services. Applications may be picked up and turned
in to LSA Student Government Office, 4001 Michigan
Union. Filing deadline, 5 p.m., Fri., October 13th.
THE WORDPROCESSOR. We do copying,
typing, binding and printing. Ask about our 10%
discount cards for students and faculty.
211S. STATE STREET 662-3969
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discriminate on the basis of sex, color,
creed or national origin to any extent
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"Found" ads are run free-of-charge to a
maximum of 3 lines for 3 days.
We are seeking applicants to fill several general
labor positions open in our metal shop. No previous
experience necessary. Apply at our office between
8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. School Tech. Inc. 745 State Circle.
Equal Opportunity Employer. 36H1018
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY: Individual with clear
verbal communication abilities. Required to service
medical products accounts by telephones. Call daily
769-5565, evenings 668-8568. Ask for Marie. 41H1011
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
1217 S. University
FREE POCKET BILLIARD Exhibition, Jimmy
Caras, five time world champion. Thursday, October
12, 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Michigan Union Ball-
SENSATIONAL blonde desires affectionate, estab-
lished husband. No games. Letter. Photo. Box 5,
Michigan Daily. 93F1013
ALL CURRENT and back issues of Mother Earth
News are on our rack! A Periodical Retreat. cF1011
Jerry "Punk Rock Star"
Genberg for Pope
paid political advertisement
ATTRACTIVE, CONGENIAL black woman of 35
would like to meet interesting gentleman. Write
Daily Box No. 3. 91F1013
JEWISH STUDENTS in the Hill dorms-Come and
build a sukkah in Markley's West Courtyard, Friday,
Oct. 13th. Meet in Concourse Lounge in Markley at
3:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Hill Jewish Student
Activities Office. cF1013
TO A CLASSY MAP-We miss your contours. But;
we are staying in Circulation.
-Elmer et all.
PADDINGTON! Call Marcy, she misses your
cuddley body. If you don't cuddle, you curdle.
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
©1978 Los Angeles Times Syndicate
Enthusiasm at its
Part of RSVP
Partner of true
Nest of a kind
Pay the tab
Clotho and others
WANTED-FEMALE FIGURE MODEL for photog-
raphy, $10/hr. Call Alan, 485-8371. 61H1012
BABYSITTER, warm sensitive person to care for
two-preschoolers 12-6 p.m. weekdays. My Burns
Park home, own transportation, references. Salary
$2.50/hr. Please call 662-1770 before 5 and 761-8477
eves. 69H 1015
EXPERIENCED HEALTH food store sales clerk,
full or part-time. Call after 10a.m. 761-8556. 68111013
USHERS NEEDED for Ars Musica Baroque Orches-
tra. First concert October 16. Call 995-9519, leave
name and number. 96H1011
HOUSE CLEANING 4-6 hrs./wk. and/or sitting with
8yr. old boy 3-6hrs./wk. 769-2658 eves. 67H11013
GRAD AND BUS. STUDENTS
LARGE Mid-Western firm to launch employment
program with niversity students. Opportunity to
work two weeknights and Saturday. High pay ($75-
300/week), gain experience in national marketing,
possible development into full-time summers and
career. Must be clean-cut, sharp dresser, own trans-
portation. Prefer grad and business students. Call
Mr. Powers 12-5 pm, 971-2861. 53H1011
Great Lakes Softwear Systems, Ltd. has a program-
ming position open for an individual acquainted with
the innards of MPU's who can manipulate the bits to
make the processor understand the intent of higher
level languages. Effective, efficient code must be
generated that reflects a thorough understanding of
the interaction of operating system, interpreter, and
compiler. Flexible hours, flexible pay, flexible
environment. If interested, call Ruthann at 663-6533
for interview. 56H 1012
MICHIGAN CITIZENS LOBBY is looking for
energetic and committed people for fundraising and
consumer education. Work involves extensive
interpersonal contact. Full time and part time
salaried positions. Call Miepigan Citizens Lobby at
663-6824 between 12 and 2. 49111011
Math-Science tutor-algebra, calculus, physics,
chemistry. Guaranteed results. Call Mike 971-8282,
McDonald's Morning and Evening help wanted.
$3.00 to start, $3.10 if available full time and weeken-
ds. Paid vacation, meals provided and other benefits
available. Apply in person at 2000 W. Stadium.
Artist Wanted. Artist Wanted. Artist Wanted. For
comic strip. 697-2937 between 8-10 p.m. 32H1021
Part time packaging and shipping work for mornings
only. Apply to Bob Winkle, 524 S. Main St., Ann Ar-
bor, 665-4411. 46H1018
PART-TIME JANITORIAL WORK, Mornings or
weekends. Near campus. Call 668-7278, evenings
before 12. cH1013
THE UNIVERSITY CELLAR will be accepting ap-
plications Oct. 2-16 FOR WINTER BOOK RUSH 1979.
Pay: $3.11/hour. Apply info desk University Cellar,
basement of Mich. Union. Sun. 12-5, M-Th 9-9,
F 9-5:30, Sat. 10-5. 341015
EXPERIENCED ICE HOCKEY REFEREES
wanted for Ann Arbor senior hockey league. $10/
game. Call Stu Gordon, 665-444. Leave message.
PART-TIME sales help wanted, afternoons. Apply
SEYFRIED JEWELERS, 304 8. Main Street.
MATURE BABYSITTER NEEDED in our home for
two children. References required. 665-2164. 04Ht012
PART-TIME HANDYMAN for odd jobs, roughly
fifteen hours a week, make your own schedule.
Call Mrs. Orsinger, 995-4400. 16111011
NEED HELP at Burger King, all shifts, prefer days
or close. Call after 2:00 p.m. or before 10:00 a.m.
Kevin, 994-4367. 63H1012
QUICK CASH-High return telephone sales. Work
own hours in home. Contact and training provided.
Bright, articulate people with good telephone skills
wanted. Possible advancement if interested. Call
Deborah or Dennis at 485-0111. 06H1012
FIRST HAND ARTS management experience.
Creative and conscientious people needed for
newsletter and advertising workstudy positions with
the University of Michigan Artists and Craftsman
Guild. Call 763-4430. 07H901
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
S H iaA [; BABnA R A T T Y i
DRIVER AND MATERIAL HANDLER-In Ann
Arbor area, full time, advancement opportunities,
paid vacation, holidays, sick leave and pension
program. References required. Apply to Bob Winkle,
Allied Inc., 524 S. Main, Ann Arbor, 665-441.1. 20H1011
PHILIPPINE LADIES are most beautiful and
smilingest. Executive importer traveling the Orient
needs part time housekeeper. Exceptionally high
pay and fringe benefits. Write Daily Box No. 4.
CASHIER Part-time, experience preferred. Apply
Harry's Army Surplus, 201 E. Washington. 12H1011
COLLEGE STUDENT wanted to assist hanicapped
man and help with inside and outside house tasks.
Will trade for room, board and loving family. Call
PART-TIME HELP NEEDED, one person, sales,
delivery, and clerical. 973-0800. 94H1013
HELP WANTED, part-time for T-shirt store, days.
PART'-TIME SALESPERSON needed at Marty's
Mens Store, 310 S. State St. 97H1011
L P N's
Full and part-time positions are available in this
acute care hospital affiliated with the University
of Michigan Medical Center
-Full Civil Service benefits
-Liberal paid vacation (R.N.'s 5 weeks annually)
-13 paid sick days annually
-Comprehensive health and life
-Liberal retirement plan
-Current license from any state acceptable
Starting Salary: R.N.'s-$12,986 to $18,258
L.P.N.'s-$9,514 to $10,623
For interview please contact:
Mrs. Diana Quinn
VA Hospital, Ann Arbor, MI -
(313) 769-7100, Ext. 232
An Equal Opportunity Employer
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/full time. Europe,
S. America, Australia, Asia, etc. All fields, $500-
1200 monthly, expenses paid, sightseeing. Free
info. Write: International Job Center, Box 4490-13,
Berkeley, California 94704. 69H1017
U of M STUDENTS!
The University Library has several job openings
with a variety of work schedules. Apply Personnel
Office, 404 Hatcher Grad. Library.
The University of Michigan is a non-discrimina-
tory, affirmative-action employer. 66H1008
People to work at the polls on Eleletion Day,
Tuesday, November 7, 1978. Must be registered to
vote in the City of Ann Arbor. $3.00 an hour. Apply
in person at the City Clerk's Office, City Hall,
100 N Fifth Ave 64H1008
Full and part time sales position availble in leading
contemporary shop. Competitive salary and bene-
fits. Apply 10-4, Monday-Friday, Fred Sklaar Inter-
national, Briarwood Mall. 48H 1014
INTERNATIONAL Company seeks THREE stu-
dents to train in'sales management. Requirements:
must possess leadership, capabilities and ability
to organize and motivate people. Campus leader
an added plus. /
Work week: ten to fifteen hours your own time.
No direct selling required.
Successful candidates earn from $10,500-15,000
per school year and middle management possi-
Send resume including phone number: POLY-
CRAFT INTERNATIONAL COMPANY, Suite 1800,
505 Fifth Avenue, New York, New Yok 10017.
Campus interviews: October 23rd. 65H1008
Assigned to U-M campus and Ann Arbor
11:30p. m.-7:30 a.m.
$3.71/hr. after probationary period. Paid hospitali-
zation, life insurance and vacation. Apply at State
Security Services, 1000 Cornwall Place, Ann Arbor
(North wing of old St. Joe's Hospital). 668-0444.
An equal opportunity employer. 51111008
DOMINO'S COMMISSARY now accepting applica-
tions for kitchen help and drivers. Apply in person
2865 Boardwalk Drive, 9-5, Mon.-Sat. 668-4602.
EXTRA HOURS earn you $500 per 1000 stuffing
envelopes with our circulars. For information, write
S & S Enterprises, 6750 Hetzeler Rd., Middletown,
Ohio 45042. 25111011
PINTO SQUIRE WAGON, 1973, 4-speed, engine
retuned, body repainted, good condition. $900 or
best offer.,429-1347 weekdays after 6:00 p.m._89N1012
1974 Fiat 124 Spyder, low mileage, one owner, call
'74 CHEVY CAPRICE CLASSIC 2-dr. hardtop. New
brakes and transmission. Good transportation. Call
483-5973 eves.before 11. dN
Volvo 68, damaged, driving condition, $150 or best of-
fer. 665-5596, persistently. 35N1008
1973 MONTE CARLO, excellent condition. $1700/best
offer. Weekdays after 6:00 p.m./weekends, 862-1785.
'74 GRAND AM-Classic, loaded. Mint condition.
Must see. $2500/best offer. 971-2723. 05N1012
CAUGHT IN THE PAPER CHASE? Help's coming
here Thursday. cJ1012
A PERIODICAL RETREAT is Ann Arbor's Alter-
native Bookshop. We are at 3361 S. State-on the
second floor. Call 663-0215. cJ1011
DISSERTATION & MANUSCRIPT
Typing, Copying & Binding
812 South State Street
9943594 9-4 Mon-Sat.
BUSINESS AND DISSERTATION TYPING by
experienced professional. Kathy Black, 665-3416.
for the final quality
of the manuscript
EXPERIENCED 28 yr.-old keyboard player desires
position with WORKING band, local area. Rock,
GISTS, YETI HUNTERS and DECEMBER GRADU-
ATES!! Himalayan Expedition leaves Ann Arbor
December 27. JOURNEYS, 995-4658. cP1014
MUSICA L MDSE.
RA DIOS, REPAIRS
GIBSON RD GUITARS in Stock, road fender
Yamaha and tMartin brand names included in our
fine selection. Apollo Music Center, 323 S. Main.
USED GEMEINHARDT FLUTE, closed hole. Call
Larry, 761-9431. eXtc
USED SLINGERLAND 5 piece drum set. Call Don
at 761-9431. cXtc
USED BUNDY CLARINET, good shape, $150. Call
Larry at 761-9431. cXtc
USED GEMEINHARDT Flute, closed hole. Call
Larry, 761-9431. cXtci
FENDER STRAT-Kustom K-250 amp. CryBaby
Fuzz-wah. $700 or best offer on each. 971-2723.
MOPED SALE-SOLEX, used, excellent condition.
FREE POCKET BILLIARD Exhibition. Jimmy
Caras, 5 time world champion, Thur., Oct. 12, 4
p.m. and 8 p.m. Michigan Union Ballroom. cM1008
Sundays are for billiards. Reduced rates 1-6 pm at
the Union. CM1008
3 St. Pierre and
4 Mapped a sub-
Piece of needle-
Piece of furniture
Without a doubt
Water, in Burgos
I HAVE GOOD MONEY for 6 Minnesota tikets-
not together OK. David, 1-800-482-3906. fdQ 1017
WANTED-Two Minnesota tickets together between
20 yard lines. Have one (Section 24, row 57) to trade
or sell. 663-4798. 54Q1013
NEEDED-4 tickets for Mich. State game, Sec.
22, 23, 24, 1 and 2 or 24, will pay top dollar.
434-2141 between 12 and 6. 73Q1013
UM-MSU TICKET WANTED! Any section. Call
NEED 2 TICKETS (good seats next to each other)
for UM-MSU game. Please call 1-979-0993 before
8 p.m. 88Q1012
I NEED FOUR MICHIGAN STATE TICKETS TO-
GETHER. WILLING TO PAY $$$. CALL 994-5579
or 763-2459. ASK FOR BRIAN. dQ1014
WANTED-ANY MSU-UM football tickets. Call 973-
9794 anytime. 72Q1012
DESPERATELY NEED two Billy Joel tickets, main
floor. Price negotiable. 764-9615. 66Q1011
NEEDED--MSU TICKETS. Joanne, 449-4503.dQ1012
Pair of Billy Joel tickets for sale. Excellent main
floor seats. Call 662-5111. dQ1011
I have good money for 6 MSU tickets not together,
OK, David. 1-800-482-3906. 28Q1015
Wanted-pair of Billy Joel tickets. Selling-pair of
Beach Boys tickets. Call Andy at 668-1954
WANTED-U-M football tickets. Call Ken, 425-7125.
ONE OR TWO PEOPLE needed to sharehopse
with fireplace. 668-7278. - cYl0l3
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