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Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY,

Thursday, September 3, 1 97G#

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-Noon

(Continuedfrom Page 5)
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Tiger cat in vicinit.y of Arch and
Oakland Ave. Pleab. Cal1761-8343 after
8:30. lA
FOUND - Champaign colored female
kitten, adorable, owner or interested
party call665-5364 or 764-4080. AD66
FOUND - Keys on Packard. 761-6784.,
AD66
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable .instruments, repairs and
instructions-209 S. State, 665-8001. X
. BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1970 YAMAHA 250-5 mos old, great
condition, -nake an offer. Must sell-
going to Europe. Call 662-9691. 1Z5
1969 SAAB-V4 Sonnett. Fantastic ma-
chine. George 769-2807. 2Z4.
1968 B.S.A. 250 C.C real good, $500. or'
best offer'. 769-2724. 3Z5
HONDA CL350, 1970. Perfect cond. Prof.
owned. $700. 483-5477. 4Z6,
1969 TRIUMPH TR6R purchased new in
March. Excellent con;lition, contact'
Tom at 971-5956 after 4 p.m. 5Z2'
HONDA TRAIL 90., 1965. $100.00. 408
Benjamin. 769-6308 between 6-7 p.m.
6Z2,
1969 HARIEY-DAVIDSON 350cc. 600
miles. $750. Call 449-2261. 7Z6]

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HELP WANTED
BABYSITTER for 2-mo. old. Mon. andI
Thurs. Noon-5:30 p.m. Near campus.
663-6511 or 764-8590 or call 764-5334
and leave message for Robin Lakoff.,
3H6
SALESMAN 1EEDEDimmediately for
lgrowing concern. Established routes
provided. Car not necessary but could
be helpful. Paid on Commission basis.
Appoximately .0-12 lours per .weei.
Length of tenure: as. long as desired.
Call Jim 764-0554 (office) or 761-
8778 (home). Training and instruc-
tion provided. H3
WOMAN with transportation. to clean,
iron, and do some babysitting for 3
school-age girls. 1:30-5:30 p.m., Mon.-
Fri. 761-7739. 5H2
JOB FOR WOMAN college student for
school year. Live-in mother's helper
wanted for babysitting, driving, some
light housekeeping. Own room, bath,
- TV in large new home. Pleasant sur-
.roundings, E. side A.A. Hours adjust-
ed to University schedule, 5 children
ages 5-13 in family. Other cleaning
hlp in household. $30/week plus
room and board. Prefer young woman
available until early June. 662-5353.
6H4
STUDENT w/eve. classes needed to live
in'by a physician's family in sAA. A
responsible girl to -do light house-
work, prepare meals, and care for 4
children. Room, board,. salary and
transportation to and from classes
provided. Call 761-4142 for an inter-
view. 7H5
CLERK-TYPIST, attractive position for
dependable girl in small, mod., cam-
pus area office. Must be acurate typ-
ist and have good driving record. Call
663-1330 for appt. 8H6
PART-TIME TELEPHONE canvassers
for local company, contact Mr. Fenby,
12. noon-5 p.m., 662-3161. 9H6
PERSONS TO ASSIST with tropical
fish wholesalers. Persons with some
experience with tropical fish prefer-
red but not required. Hrs. flexible,
car desirable but not required. Con-
tact Pablo Tepoot, 761-9860 after 5:00
p.m. 10H3
FEMALE STUDENT to help elderly
woman afternoons, and evenings. 662-
7561. 111H3
WANTED-reliable male student, med.
or dent. pref.-to care for small lawn
and help with household chores in
exch. for rm. and Bd. For appt. call
762-7093.- 12Htc

HHELP WANTED
BABYSITTER WANTED. Thurs. 10-12,
4-6. 761-4332. 13H3
JOB FOR WOMAN college student for
school year. Live-in mothers helper
wanted for baby-sitting, driving, some,
light housekeeping. Own room, bath,
TV in large new home. Pleasant sur-
roundings, E. side AA. Hours adjusted
to University schedule. 5 children,
ages 5-13 in family. Other cleaning
help in household. $30/week plus,
room and board. Prefer young woman
available until early June. 662-5353.
14H4
LOOKING FOR A JOB?
Talented or experienced or interested
in a particular field? Try placing a
Michigan Daily "BUSINESS SERV-
ICES" or "PERSONAL" ad-and help
a job filnd :YOU. HDtc
DOMESTIC HELP WANTED to clean
house once a week. Transportation
provided. Call 449-4992. 15H4
BABYSITTER WANTED one day a wk,
in my home. 806 Packard or 665-0436,
16H6

PERSONAL
REPAIR
Quality Equipment
Experienced-Qualified Technician
Guarantee
HI FI BUYS

PERSONALI
LONELY never-had-a-family but wants
to start, now, liberal V M -female grad,
24, needS, desires, wants= loig-term
living wiyoutig (early 30's) liberal
(meaning you do lots to help PEO-
PLE), but organized, coherent family.
w a couple of small youngsters (w/lots
of dirty dishes and diapers) ln ex-
change for room and board. Loving,
giving young woman who is going
through her identity crisis a lot later.#
Will be working 8-5 p.m. but can be
available during that time if exigen-
cies arise. Phone Mrs. Lirette (CSS)
662-4534 or 662-1535 for information
about me. Carol. F
GRAD. PIANO student in School of
s I Music will teach piano lessons at
his own, or at his students' resi-
dence. Near campus. Call 663-4793
after 6 p.m. 1F4
INTROACT-Weekly Groups-an -emo-
tional re-education using encounter,
gestalt and sensitivity techniques. Call
663-7616. 2F16
27F .---
- ANNE S. call 1B12A. Lynnie 662-2686.
3F2I

PERSONAL'
PRIVATE Jewelry and Metalsmithing
classes beginning Week of Sept. 21.
$40/10 weeks. Call 665-4915. 6F16
NATAL. & Progressed Horoscopes. In-
quireat Circle Books, 215 S. State,
769-1583. 7112
GAY LIBERATION meeting 8:30 p.m.,
3R Michigan Union,. 8F1
GET yourself together at WILDFLOW-
ER-the unique boutique. 516 E. Wil-
iam, aobve the Campus Bike and Toy
Shop. 22F3
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!!
"JIMMY CARAS" UNION
12F2
LACROSSE - Organizational.-. Meeting:
Wed., Sept. 9, 7:00 p.m.,. Bus. Ad. Bldg.
Aud. Practice: Mon., Sept. 14, 4:30
p.m. Ferry Field, 10F6
ANNE S. Call 1B12A Lynnie 662-2686.
11F2
BOWLING LEAGUES FORMING
SIGN UP NOW! UNION LANES
13F4
WHY NOT investigate us? Everyone
else has. AFROTC interviews daily at
North Hall. 25F3
UPTIGHT? . . . Get right at WILD-
FLOWER, the unique boutique. 516 E.
William (aboce the bike shp). 21F3
FREE SERVICE

618 S.

Main, AA

PERSONAL
COOK and learnecooking. No finerfood
served. Sun. eve. Leave name, num-
ber 665-3369. 14F4
BILLIARDS-Table Tennis-Bowling
Reduced rates *a.m.-Noon Mon.-Sat.
15F3
WILL PAY for previous college and
grad. exams. Mutt choice type only
w/ correct answers in all subject
areas. Send card w/ name, phone and
subject area to Mich. Daily Box 132.
16F"7
MOVING? Careful. and cheap hauling.,
for estimate: 761-7122, 761-4404. 17F4
MEAL JOB available at fraternity
house. Call 761-3888. 18F6
-BRAINY-Near MA (Japanese studies)
ex-high school teacher wishes re-
search / clerical position, full / part
time. Phone 761-5993. 19F2I
WHEN YOU think of medicine, think
of us. Village Apothecary, 1112 South
University. 20Ftcj
Creative Photography
WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional
quality at student rates. Call Jim
Evans at 769-0053 for appointment to
see portfolio . F60
LADY GODIVA wore a see-thru from
WILDFLOWER-the unique boutique.
516 E. William, 24F3
AIR FORCE officers get management
experience before 'middle age sets in.
764-2403. 26F3
WILDFLOWER boutique is still thigh
high for those who can't dig covered
calves. WILDFLOWER-the unique
boutique-51ยข E. William. 23F31

We live in friendship,
in warm community ..
we are a happy family.
We experience futfillment '
in liling totally
fort God's childten.
Join us as a priest
or Brother.
*
Write to Father Joseph
, The Trinitarians
Grey Rock .
Garrison, Marytand 21055
Name Age I
Address y l
I School ow Attending Year
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NOTICE TO MICHIGAN DAILY
HOLDERS. MAIL IS IN THE
LOWING BOXES: 55, 15.

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PAINTING - Student desires painting
jobs, inside and6outside. Four years
experience. Call 662-4736. FD
SUNDAY SPECIAL 1-6 P.M. UNION
BILLIARDS $1/HR., TABLE TENNIS50c
30F71

PERSONABLE, versatile graduate stu-
dent seeks residential tutoring posi-
tion in living group. Mathematics,
physical sciences and others. Box 13,
Mich. Daily. 4F2
HELP!! My owner doesn't want me no
more. Will you tale me? I'm a '67
Fiat and the only thing wrong with,
me is I've got a oig mouth. Please
call Stu at 761-8488 or 662-2972. You

PERSONAL

UNION open during.Exams and Break, can bargain for me. F3T
MAKE LOVE, NOT WAR Barber, Billiards, Bowling, Stand. -- --- ---- --- U AL -'
(It's good for our business) 31F71 BASS PLAYER needed for f-1k dance
AUSTIN DIAMOND ---- - -- ---- - band. Mostly Eastern European folk 761-2697
1209,8. University WIN A FREE GAME 3 P.M. MON.-SAT. music. Play Friday eves. for folk
663-7151 SUN. 3/$1 UNION LANES, AIR-COND. dancing. Call Steve Wilson, 663-8051. changed daily
F 35F71 * 9F1 5F1

197012 HONDA 450 761-3905.
PLEASE BUY MY BSA
441cc, 1968, new in 1969,
769-1123
HELP WANTED

8Z7

9Z3

BABYSITTER WANTER 3-5 hrs, a day,
3-5 days a week. 971-7364 after 5 p.m.
IH7
;MALE ART ETUDENTS who have taken
or are. currently - taking drawing, or
painting 'courses wanted for psych.
experimens. There will be 3 testing
sessions over' a 2-hour period, Pay:
$2.50/hr. Call -Dave, 429-2531. Eve.:
.769-9276 or 764-9466. 2H5
DEPENDABLE MALE to wash lunch
dishes for meal 663-4875. 4H1

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