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SUBLET ROOMMATES HELP WANTED

LARGE SINGLE in E. Quad. Imme-j
diate occupancy. Call persistently:1
665-0211. 04U01211
SUBLET on campus, modern apt.
Call Lynn, Sue. 665-0564. 11U119
CAPRI '71. 4-speed, radio. 25 mpg.,
excellent mech. cond. $975. 1-881-
5006. 72N0117

ROOMMATE wanted to share one SINGER WANTED for working com-
bdrm. bi-level. Modern, parking, mercial band. Excellept pay. Expe-
laundry, close to campus. 761-2714. rience necessary. 665-7413. 02H0123 I'
97Y0123 ___
--pf FREE MEALS in exchange for dish- I
WOMAN to complete four person washing. Approx. 1 hr./day. Call
apartment. Near Hospitals. $70. 994- ' Anthony at 662-0385. 65H119
5211. 80Y0119 __ -
B 1ABYSITTER WANTED in my
NEED 1 MALE roommate in 4-manT home for 2 yr. old ginany two
apartment. Close to campus. Janu- 11- '
a tt s~i, A. .J 5 A.S. e t rA A 6 . : '~

FOR RENT
LEASE AVAILABLE for winter term
singlei n East Quad. Call 763-2793
after 4 p.m. 170121
LARGE ROOM w/ fireplace, $125/
rno., inc. utilities. Call McKinley+
Assoc., 769-8520, ext. 41, cC0l23
EFFICIENCY in older home. Com-
pletely furn. $165/mo., call Me-Kin-I
ley Assoc. 769-8520 ext. 41, cC0123I
WOMAN WANTED, own room in
house. Great location. 663-2548.
080119.

FOR RENT.

FOR RENT

CAMPUS ROOMS FOR GIRLS. Reg- 2-BEDROOM, spacious, 1"2 bath,
ular single $105, large single, $125. carpet, central air, dishwasher.
Room for 2, $140. Includes all utili- Lease through August. $215. 434-
ties. 4 or 8-month lease. Call for 3265. 690113
appointment, evenings, 761-1932. MAL 2-
with one .761-11786117

ONE FEMALE needed to complete
4-woman 2-bdrm. apt. in older
house. Call 668-6729. 28C117

N4 or 8

MODERN EFFICIENCY APT. 2 blks. ary rent already paid. 662-2342.
from main campus. Air conditioned. dY124
Sublet or take over lease. 663-7024. --
63U123 FOURTH FEMALE wanted immed.
for 2-bdrm. apt, near campus. Great
SALBERT TERRACE, one man need-j roommates, and it's only $60/mo.
ed to take over lease in 4-man apt. Call 665-7129 or 668-6390. dYny9
Call 994-6392. 69U0123 __-_--
- - .OWN ROOM available in large
MALE NEEDED to assume lease, house 3 miles from campus. Easily
Own bedroom, 3-man apt. $80/mo.' accessible by AATA bus to campus
plus util. Near campus, hospitals. every 30 mi. Call 973-9482 for info.
Call Mark 665-7413 evenings. Immediate occupancy. About $100.
53U0117 dY119

a1 rnoHns.-3, excpt y.1-7
2718. 56H117

MONTH

LEASE

SANS SOUC I
FURNISHED 1 & 2
rr ri t N^4 A A r%*r'

BEDROOM APTISb
2-BDRM. APT. in older home. Com- *
pletely furn., $230/mo. Call McKin- AVAILABLE
ley Assoc. 769-8520 ext. 41. cC0123662-2952 O
ROOM OF YOUR OWN in apart-
ment. State &Packard area. $60! 4340550
mo. Call 668-8132 eves. 100122
ONE BDRM. APT. in older home, ACROSS THE STREET
unfurnished but has stove"and re- FROM MICH. STADIUM 1
frigerator. $170/mo. Call McKinley ectc
Assoc. 769-8520 ext. 41. cC0123 - --- -------~-----
A ___7____/_ 4WOMAN: Osterweil co-op. $120
ROOM in beautiful house. Packard- room/board, Immediate occupancy.
State area, $90'month. 665-6561. call Call Marcia 994-0551 or ICC office.
after 5 p.m. 90C121 64C118
HUGE 2-BDRM. modtrn apt. com- ARROWWOOD HILLS CO-OP -
pletely furnished, $260/mo. Call Mc- Modern hillside townhouses in the
Kinley Assoc. 769-8520 ext. 41. Northside School area. Co-op home
cC0123 ownership gives you income-tax de-
-- -_______ ---- -*-----ductions of approximately 65% of
LARGE single rooms siIll available your monthly payments. Member-
at modern fraternity, 16 meals/wk., ship $300. 1 bdrm./$125 per mo. 2
1 blk. from campus. Cheaper than bdrms.,/$142 per mo. 3 bdrms./$158
dorm, 761-5089. 95C122 per mo. 4 bdrms./$172 per mo.
________________ - - Phone 761-0590 or visit office, 24001
SMALL ROOM in house. Central Arrowwood Trail. Open 9 to 4 daily.
campus. 820 Hill St. 665-5224. Call Weekends 12 noon-5. cetc
after 5. 96C0123 _____ _____-_-_

CAMPUS AREA - Fine rooms for
girls, Available Jan. 2nd. Excellent
accommodations. Completely furn-
ished in a modern, clean, cafe brick
building. Call for appointment,
11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m, and evenings,
761-1932. cCtc
A CAMPUS
ROOMS
Excellent rooms for girls. Spacious
completely furnished in a modern,
clean, safe, brick building. 4 or 8-
month lease. Available Jan. 2. Call
for appointment, 761-1932. cCt
Married Students

PERSON WANTED to spli modern
2-bdrm. apt. with male grad. for
winter term. Available immediately.
$97/mo. Call John, 973-9468. 25U117
ONE BEDROOM apt. to sublet near
campus. Call 665-8406 or 668-6908.
$185/mo. 13U117

_ _-- - - _- - - -.. ~ -
MALE ROOMMATE needed to share
modern 3-man apt. 761-3873.
58Y121
ONE BLOCK TO CAMPUS. Need
third person for 2-bedroom apart-
ment. May or August lease, Jan.
negotiable. $85/mo. Tim, 665-3476
or 764-7898. 41Y0117

PART-TIME GRAPHICS DESIGNER
wanted with some advertising ex-
perience. Advertising workshop will
do. May pick own hours, but must
be reliable and disciplined. Call 662-
7850 after 5 p.m. 48H117
HOUSEKEEPER: part-time, live-in.
I'm looking for someone who loves
children and who can take charge
of a household with two school-age
youngsters. They are in school from
8:30 to 3:30, and that time is yours.
But I need someone who can cook
clean. kiss away tears
be firm about bedtime . . and
have a car. I live 2 blocks from
campus. You get room, board, sal-
ary, and weekends off. Please call
Gayle Moore 1-444-1111 days, or
662-4964 evenings or weekends.
33H126
ENVIRONMENTAL Education Coor-
dinator for Youth Program May-
Aug. Will be responsible for plan-
ning a variety of learning activities
to be coordinated of specific envi-
ronmental improvement projects.
All activities will take place outside
at the work site. Secondary teach-
ing certificate and experience help-
ful. Call 994-2524. Ask for Steve.
37H117

PERSONAL
DANCE. I would like to meet aI
woman, preferably with some dance'
experience, in good mental and1
physical condition, and probably
over age 21, with whom to do s'me
imp icvizational dance a few hours
a week. My background includes
some experience in modern dance,
"creative/expressive" dance, dance
therapy. beledi, mime, rock, folk
dance and gymnastics. I'm particu-
larly interested in using and devel-
oping dance, facial expression and
touch to explore friendship and in-
terpersonal communication. Please
call Warren (age 29). mid-mornings
and early evenings best, 769-7588.
09F119
TG
TON IGHT
ALL
CAMPUS
DELTA SIGMA DELTA
DENTAL FRATERNITY
1502 HILL ST
BEER BAND
"FLAMINGO MOTEL"
76F0117
ANYONE INTERESTED in forming
a club for the enjoyment of sail-
boat cruising write Box. No. 120 c/o
Michigan Daily. 73F0126
Supreme Excitement!
FRIENDS ROADSHOW I
at the GOLDEN FALCON
Funky band, mime, stunts, acroba-
tics, audience participation, and
Vaudeville Revue. Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
Jan. 16, 17, 18. For info call 761-
3548. 71F0118
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod. or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
REDUCED RATES THRU SAT.
Billiards and Bowling at the Union
Open 11 a.m. Mon.-Sat,
cFll8

MISCE~LLANEOUSROOMMATE for own room in 3-
RECORDER LESSONS. Phil, eve bedroom furnished house. Transpor-
nings. 668-8714. 01M0122 tation available. $83-plus. 994-3061.
32Y0121
HONEYCOMB CANDLES with the ~- ~
natural fragrance of flowers and FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED.
Own room in 2-bdrm. apt. Close to
honey. On sale at the Greenhouse. mps$125/ .Ca 6-19or
Liberty at Division. 89M117 -campus. $112.50mo. Call 662-1090 or
1 ---- _- - --761-8045. 31Y118

PERSONAL
HAL SAYS: 2001. get involved and
stay in controll Come Tuesday, 7:00
p.m. 711 N. University. 99F117
REGENCY
TRAVEL
601 E. WILLIAM
ANN ARBOR 48104
66561 22
SPECIALIZING
in bucine-,G inte-view trips
MAKE YOUR HOLIDAY
TRIP HOME
RESERVATIONS NOW
cF422
Campus
Pinball
S1217
South University
cFtil
WHY WALK FARTHER?
Get your Levi's cuffed flairs at
WILD'S VARSITY SHOP
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
ISTANLEY H. KAPLAN
TUTORING COURSES
En "o1 now to nrepare for upcoming
MCAT A DAT * LSAT GRE
ATGSB board exams. For informa-
tion call: (313) 354-0085. cFtc
WANT RELATIONSHIP with young
woman, 18-24. Richard, 663-5877.
04F118
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
.; bile-U-wait! MBL PRESS. 1217
i'rospect. Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
Original, Handcrafted Jewelry. Gold,
Silver. Gems. WEDDING BANDS.
Jhan. 769-7550. cFte
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
Offset Printing. Xerox, Wedding and
Social Announcements.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
cFtc
QUALITY DUPLICATING & OFFSET
Fast Copy Service-Low Prices
THE COPY MILL
211 B. S. State 662-3969
Campus (near Ginos)
HOSPITALITY BEGINS with some-
thing from our wine cellar. Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University.

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2

Townhouses:
bedroom, $143
bedroom, $178

Subsidized rent includ~es: sa ar-

ATTRACTIVE: 1, 2, 3, and 4 bed-
room Townhouses avail. for Janu-
ary occupancy. Pine-Lake Village
Cooperative, S. Maple Rd. near Lib-
erty. Call 994-9177" for information
and directions. Open 12-8 p.m. week-
days 12-5 weekends. 9400128
ROOM AVAILABLE now, $85 per
month. Call Merideth, 769-9585.
64C117
GRAD. Male student. Single room
available. Call 665-5208. 7000118
2-BEDROOM, furnished apartment.
Parking, laundry, air. Lease through
August. $210, negotiable. 761-9715.
Persistently. 7400122
FEMALE NEEDED to share room in
old house with fine woodwork and
fireplace, near Frieze building. $80/
month. 665-8293. 81 C0117

pet, full base;nent, central air-con-
FA L '75 ditioning, private patio, gas heat,
water and all appliances. Children
VE I N A STYLE and small pets welcome. Eligibility
requirements prohibit singles under
THAT SU I TS YOU R 60. Just 20 minutes from U-M at

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ROOM for a woman in Internation-
al Co-op. Call Tom or Carol, 761-
7435. 880118_
FEMALE NEEDED for North Cam-
pus Co-op. $120, room and board.
Call 663-6430, ask for Nancy or
Theresa. 83C118
INTERESTED IN small group hous-
ing for winter term? Beautiful
house on central campus has open-.1
ings. Singles, doubles, $05 and $90.
Call eves. Ask for George, Matt or
Tony, 761-5676. 850122
OWN ROOM in 8-bdrm, coed coop-
erative house near campus. $93.
665-6212. 47C0118
APARTMENT North Campus $75.00.
Large spacious walk-in closets. Tra-
ver Knoll. Apt. 1029 Barton Dr. Apt.
106. "Call for juicy details," 665-
4925. DESPERATE. 5200130
I-BDRM. APT., whole first floor,
garage plus basement, campus, $185
mo. 761-0573. 12 p.m. 4000117
WANTED: Boarders in large houseI
with or without meal contract. Im-
mediately available. Call 761-9167,
ask for Mike. 3900121
ASSUME LEASE: large, modern 2-
br. furnished apartment 5 blocks1
from campus. $260/mo. plus electri-
city. Laundry, facilities in building.
761-7691. 6800117
FALL 2-BEDROOMS
Large, Furnished, clean, quiet, park-
ing. $300/mo._year lease-927 S.
Forest. Appointment after 5 pm.
662-6156. cC117
1-BEDRM. APT., % block from cam-j
pus. $178/month. 663-3675. 58C112
BEST ON CAMPUS;
Excellent room for girls begins Jan.
2 4 or 8 month lease. Singles, $105-
$125. Double, $140. Call for appoint-
ment, 761-1932. cctc

PERSONALITY
BE IT CONTEMPORARY
STYLE LIVING OR A COZY
FIREPLACE SETTING,
We have many apartments
and houses to choose from.
CAMPUS
RENTALS, LTD.
1335 S. University
665-8825
MONDAY-FRIDAY 9-5:30j
SATURDAY 10-2 ctc.
This Fa I I Rent
4 1
from a Company
Where
TENANTS
Come First!
Available for Fall
are this town's
most popular
campus apartments:
Albert Terrace
Algonquin
The Abbey3
Dean Apartments
Carriage House
The Lion
The ForvmI
The Lodge
Maize & Blue
Management'
300 S. Thayer, Suite A
761-3131 ct
MODERN APARTMENTS
418 E. Washington (bsmt)
668-6906 663-3641
cCtc

Uanbury
Park Manor
9402 McArthur Blvd
482-1333

WE STILL HAVE space at the table.
Take meals at an International Co-
op. Call Tom or Carol, 761-7435.
86MI119
INSTRUMENT PILOT Ground
School. Starts Mon.. Jan. 20. For 10
weeks. 7-10 p.m. 3046 E. Engineering.j
,40 fee includes text. Register at
fi'st class. Sponsored by U of M
Flyers. 57M121
STUDENTS: Do you wish to influ-'
ence policy decisions on housing is-
sues? Housing unit committee needs
non-residence hall student members
to provide input. To apply, call
Wendy Bowdie, 764-6413. 81M118
PRIVATE PILOT ground school on
Monday nights, 7-9:30 p.m. beg.
Jan. 20. Room 3080 East Engin.
Course Fee, $35 ind. text. Sponsored
by U-M Flyers. 27M191
PERSON WANTED to teach high
school class on rape awareness and'
or self-defense. Must have expert-
ence in teaching of group dynamics
skills and knowledge and feminis1.
orientation to the problem of rape.
Call 994-5254. 91M120
LOST AND FOUND
GOLD rimmed EYEGLASSES found
in front of 1613 E. Kingsley 1/15.
Call St. Joseph Hospital, Ext. 348.
dA119
LOST-GOLD square locket out-
side Angell Hall, Jan. 15, 2 p.m.
REWARD. Call 764-8844. 15A119:
FOUND: Shepherd-Huskie-cross
puppy. About two months old. One
brown eye, one blue. Brown collar.
Call Jody at 761-6390 or 668-6828.
dAI19
LOST: 3 mo. old German Shepherd
puppy. Has one blue eye. Call Dan
668-9104. 68A0119

MUSICAL MDSE.,

BUSINESS SERVICES
PORTRAITS --very special gifts-in
charcoal. pencil, & color-by Steven
Cole. 769-8277. 16J119
TVl-STE REO
RENTALS
Hi-Fi Studio,
215 S. Ashley
668-7942

BABYSITTER for occasional morn-
ings my home, own transportation,
Georgetown area. Call after 1 p.m.
Ruth Gordon, 971-0032. 1211117
RESEARCH POSITION: Medical Re-
search Laboratory seeks bio. or
chem. science grad or senior stu-
dent. 20 hrs./wk., temp. position.
Previous exp. in bio-chem. research
req'd. Schedule negotiable. Please
call University Hospital Personnel
Office. 761-2172. A Nondiscrimina-
tory, Affirmative Action Employer.
73H117
EARN EXTRA MONEY during the

RADIOS, REPAIRS TEHICLFI
-- - - --TECHNICAL FIELD SUPERVISOR
COLOR TV, 12" portable. 1 year old. for Youth Program May-Aug. Must
$160. 994-0328. -67X119 have a variety of teehnical and con-
- - struction skills. Will be responsible
WANTED TO RENT: Used piano, for defining and planning work pro-
665-4628. 82X118 jects dealing with stream improve-
S- ment, soil erosion control, and some
WANTED: TEAC reel-to-reel deck. bark work. Will supervise youth
David S., 663-2723. 29X119 crew and crew leaders. Majority of
GUITARS 40% OFF. Flutes- A work mustbe done with hand tools.
strong, Gemeinhardt, Dulcimers. etc. C 434H117
Repairs-Lessons. 665-7348. cXtc

Tues., Wed., Fri. 8-1
Office open Monday 4-9;
Closed Thurs. and Sun.
Saturday 8-12
Need

f - - - - - - - - - - --_._ _ - - - .__- - -

cctc

U-M STYLISTS at the Union
We make you feel better.
Open 8:30 a.m. Mon.-Sat.
cF117
ANN ARBOR COIN CLUB meeting
Fri., Jan. 17-7 to 10 p.m. Liberty
Hall. Ann Arbor Federal Savings,
Liberty and Division Sts. Take rear
entrance to basement. Coin talk,
buy, sell, swap, auction. 36F0117
MIXED BOWLING LEAGUES
SIGN UP NOW-UNION LANES
cF119
ACU-I Bowling Tournament starts
Sat., Jan. 18. Sign-up now for Men
and Women. UNION LANES.
cF117
EXTRA CARE IN COPYING
OFFSET PHESS- -CAMERA WORK
PARKMAN PRINTING

00J21 semester. Register now for the psy-
chology subject pool. 764-1590, or
TYPING AND CODING services; ex- 764-4209. 62H117
perienced. Call Connie. 449-4136. --- -_ - -

Roommates
and don't
know anyone
on campus?
We will find you

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75J0118
-- -- -__ -
EXPERIENCED PIANO TEACHER
seeks students, all levels. Call 663-
6210. 55J117?
PLAN AHEAD and save on offset
printing. Complete line of sta-
tionery, envelopes and business
cards available. Typing and editing
mag card system etc. 665-9340.
87J117
LEAFLETS, pamphlets-designed,
written, printed, distributed. For
details call D. J. Associates, 663-

I

5
8,

room mates
minutes to campus
month single liabilit
lease

University
Towers Apts
536 S. Forest
Call 761 -2680
j -FOR SALE
5 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR

9584, 662-5090. 82J119
y FOUND: black (mens) glasses in -___.-- --- -
black case on bench across from ele- EARLY HOUR WAKE-UP SERVICE
vators, ground floor Haven Hall. For prompt, courteous wake-up serv-
Please inquire W. Eng. Dept. Office, ice. 973-0760. cJtc
ground floor, Mason Hall. dA117 ----- -- - ----
SPECIAL CERAMIC TILE - Bath
FOUND: Dog, black and tan, red 5x6x4" materials and labor. $189.
collar. Part German Shepherd and Call 483-4615. eJtc
y Collie. Found Michigan Union. Call - -- --- ---
Laura, home 662-3477 after 5. Call I'UTORING, EE, Statistics, Math.
office during the day, 764-4475. Computers. Call Walt, 994-3594. cJtc
dA7 --
------ _ TYPING and EDITING. Call Jean.
cCtc LOST: Sorority pin, Greek letters {x-3594 10 a.m.-10 p.m. cJtc
Delta Sigma Theta, with guard; ini -- -
tias inside "S.C." Sentimental val- E
ue. REWARD. Contact: Michigan BEDDING SALE
Daily, 764-0558, Mon.-Fri., 8-5.

months old, $100. Oxford English
Dictionary, $45. 761-2761. 98B0117
HARVARD CLASSICS, 50 vol. Great
Books. Tom. 761-1623. 78B112
SELL new binoculars or exchange
for police radio. 665-9320. 62B117
AKC Irish Setter pups. 971-1722.
35B 119

dA119'
FOUND: one female calico cat,
found near RR station. Call 662-{
6257. A0117j
BLACK SHEPHERD PUPPY (female)
Leather thong, silver necklace. Re-
ward. 764-4663. 44A0121
WANTED TO BUY

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AM CAR RADIO, good operating NEEDED: 4 good Led Zeppelin tick-
condition, $20. Call 662-6450 even- ets. Willing to pay. Call after 5,
ings. 11B206 Mitch, 665-4050. 42K0117
WE BUY, SELL, appraise used and SITUATIONS WANTED
new Oriental rugs. Persian House,
320 E. Liberty. 769-8555. cBtc PIANO TEACHER. Piano major
-- - K ES AND SCOOTERS looking for several enthusiastic stu-
Bdents. All levels, low rates. 668-
_- - 8887. 22J0122

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ONLY 280 LEFT
That's right! There are only about 280 job openings left at
Camp Tamarack,-in Michigan's Lower Peninsula. Camp Tama-
rack is the summer camping program sponsored by the Detroit
Jewish community, and we have three camp sites in Michigan
and one in Wawa, Ontario.
We've got openings for counselors, specialists (in waterfront,
arts and crafts, nature-campcraft, dramatics, dance, etc.),
supervisors, drivers, cooks, and nurses, as well as for specialists
in outdoor camping, puppetry, and programs for emotionally
disturbed youngsters. Contract season will run from about
June 15 to August 21 depending on the position.
Our recruiters will be interviewing for these jobs at the Sum-
mer Student Employment Office on January 17 and 24 (For
other dates see Summer Placement Office). Applications can be
picked up at the Summer Student Employment Office, S.A.B.
Building.

SPRING is just around the corner,
for those balmy days; take to thej
highway. I have two motorcycles for{
sale, a 750 Honda with custom ac-
cessories and a stock 350 Honda
For $1255 you can ride the 750 away,
and for $450 you can ride the 350
away. Call Jerry, evenings at 994-
3448. 87117
PETS AND SUPPLIES
HELP: A beautiful part-Siamese,j
pure grey, kitten to give away. 6
months. 665-4376. 07T119
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PHOTO SUPPLIES
ZEISS CONTAFFLEX with wide-
angle and telephoto lens. 761-8610.
93D0122
LECIAFLEX SL 50 mm. f-2 135mm.
f2.8 180 mm f2.8 $1,000. Bob. 761-
7382 or 994-6859. 43D0122
DARKROOM SERVICES from pro-
fessional studio. Choice of develop-
ers. Studio 'C', 209 S. Fourth Ave.
665-4550. cDtc
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SUNDAY at HILLEL
' JAN. 19
Undergraduate Brunch
11:00 A.M.
Lox-Bagel-Conversation

Mattresses and Box Springs
Custom-Made $84.60 complete
Mattress only $44.60 and up
52 years service. Locally owned.
Same day delivery
Call 761-2277
ANN ARBOR BEDDING
1002 Pontiac cJtc
WANTED TO RENT
LOOKING FOR 1-Bedroom Apt. or
Efficiency for Sept.-Dec. only. Sue,
663-6528. dL118
USED CARS
1971 NOVA-6, automatic, radio, very
good cond. 663-5942. 57N0118
1967 PONTIAC LiMans convertible.
Fair condition, dependable, cheap.
665-6320. 59N0117
'69 PLYMOUTH Satellite, V-8, 33,000
mi. Automatic, power steering, new
snows. $975. Call 485-3231 or 577-
2878. 69N0118
HELP WANTED
PART TIME WORKER from 3-6
needed to offer companionship, er-
rands, and supervise after school
activities of adolescents. Need car
$2.50/hr. 994-6095 after 7 p.m. Ref-
erences. 05110119
PIANIST NEEDED
Female blues singer seeking experi-
enced pianist to establish reper-
toire. Must know old blues tunes.
Lee, 971-3088 after 6. 46H119
SThere ISa i
d difference!".
0 PREPARE FOR: i
0 E Over 35 years s
of experience "
MCAT "
a and success "
"* A Small classes *
L NAT U"
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