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LOST-Medium size black and white
cat. The Hill, E. University area. Call
665-5004. 50A916
WOMEN'S EYEGLASSES left with our
ex-roommate, John Snyder. Call 995-
9741 and identify. dA913
,LARGE BROWN DOG - Shepherd-Re-
triever, male, wearing red collar, cloth
leash, no tags. Much missed by sad boy.
994-3109 67A915
FOUND-Female orange tiger kitten.
S. University/Linden area. Call 995-

FULL-SIZE MATTRESS and inner
spring, Beauty Rest, $75. Chest of
drawers, $16. 761-2870. 97B913
FOR SALE, Hoover portable
washer with spin-dryer. Excellent'coi-
dition. $150.769-7272. 95B913-
HANDSOME GOLD Chrysler Newport,
'71 4-dr., air, power, "400" 1972 engine.
Call 764-9260, days; 663-7760, after 5.

OPENINGS available immediately for
boarders (with or without meal con-
tract) at Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity,
707 Oxford at Hill. Full or half year.
Call 761-5950 for more information.
74E918
GOOD GOOD
Good people, free washer and dryer,
cable TV, 24-hour snack privileges.
Borders wanted at Nakamura Co-op,
807 South State. 761-6683 or 84. Call for
a

NEW - 1/2c off all copies left overnight
(books toq) ! IMPRESS, 524 E. Wil-
liam, 665-4321. cFtc
ONE GAME FREE bowling with this
ad at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes. Pinball, pool
and saloon too! 2985 Washtenaw, 1
mile east of U.S. 23. cFtc

XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560

FREE TRIAL MEAL

I

MARTIN GUITAR. Excellent condi-
tion, must sell. Call 764-6073 persis-
tently. Ask for Ted. 71B921
SMITH CORONA cartridge typewriter
-Excellent condition. Call after 4 p.m.,
663-0661. Best offer. 58B917
20 FT. LONG shredded foam stuffed
"snake." Casual lounging furniture.
$240 value. Asking $160 or best offer.
668-7417. , 60B916
FOR SALE-Double bed, $40. Call 665-
4772. 63B917
5 cu. ft. refrigerator, rocking chair, 2
piece couch with wicker siding, port-
able stereo, 10 x 12 ft. rug, double
mattress. 665-2332. 648918
ROYAL PORTABLE w/case. Recently
cleaned and reconditioned. $35. Call
662-4736. dB'
OPEL GT -- Good value, mechanically
solid $600 or best offer. Call John at
764-7410. 80B916
GIANT FLEA MARKET
Student-used furniture, desks, beds,
couches, household goods, antiques,
collectibles and, much miscellaneous.
Over 46,000 sq. ft. 214 E. Michigan at
Park, downtown Ypsilanti, 6 p.m.-10
p.m. Fri.; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat, and Sun.
74B925
'69 VW BUG - 84,000 miles, one owner,
snow tires, body good. Call 769-3751,
after 6 and weekends. 71B916
ZOOM LENS. Pentax super takumar
F4.5, 70-150 millimeter, filter, cap, hood
and case. Like new, $200. 668-8761.
93B915
WATER BED, complete. Includes
frame, queen-size mattress, heater, fit-
ted sheets and liner. Hardly used. $100.
662-4270. 92B913
KAWASAKI 500 Mach T 1969 classic,
very good condition. 994-6105. 18B916
A14W TO PREVI USPUZL
W I F E _LE T O C A 8 A L
A R A L A T 0 P O R A T E
B 0 N V 0 Y A 'G E A C U T E
E NT E RS G NA T M A D
A R A P E EL S E R S
C U S 5' RP A R R I S H LE
D0 L I E S FADE O U T
N C E PT C O'DA X A
FA i LUR E FRET
U I T C A R D A L P
U R N A S I T F R O L I C
A G O N Y R A D I O W A V E
S E N R D I A L ETA l
I R E N E S L U E R E N T

THREE BEDROOM, campus. $325 plus
utilities. 304 E. Madison. Call 971-2132.
48C916
SINGLE SLEEPING ROOM, Huron-
State area. $90 per month plus utitities.
Parking for small car-$15 extra. 662-
2734, evenings. 75C916
5 BEDROOMS in house, available im-
mediately, excellent location. $500. 663-
6739 or visit 415 Church. 33C915
LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO LIVE?
Opening for woman in Nakamura Co-
op. Nice people, good food, conveniegt
location. Cheap!! Call 662-4414. 20C918
ROOM FOR RENT in Burns Park area
located conveniently to campus, ri-
vate entrance, access to kitchen. 763-
1187 (work), or 662-0852 (home). 25C916
ROOMMATES NEEDED in 3 bedroom
furnished home across from I.M. build-
ing. Stop by to see. 601 Mary Ct.
cCtc
PRIVATE BEDROOMS in furnished
home with 11/2 baths, 2 blocks to Diag,
yard, storage garage, parking, laundry
facilities nearby, $140 to $175 per month
includes all utilities. 663-4101. cCtc
ROOMMATES - If you are seeking
roommates or your own private bed-
room, come to Campus Management,
Inc., 337 E. Huron at 11 a.m. or 3:30
p.m. Saturday, Sunday or Monday, or
call 665-0258. cCtc
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 715
Hill St., featuring Kosher restaurant,
game room and Judaic library. Only 2
minutes from campus. Call 995-3276.
cCtc
$140 PER BEDROOM, 2 blocks to diag,
furnished 5-bedroom home with 11/2
baths, dining room, yard, parking, utili-
ties not included. 663-4101. cCtc
3-BEDROOM furnished home, great for
4 people, $130 per person, bath and-a-
half, dining room, study area, large
front porch. State St. and Hoover area.
No utilities included. 662-7787 CCtc
AREA OF EAST UNIVERSITY-4 man
furnished house with parking. $472.
Phone 661-5930. 12C914:

SEASON TICKETS-4 together if pos-
sible. Near sections 26-29 around row
45, or anywhere else. Will pay top
dollar! ! Call collect 349-1865, Mike.
07K924

PREGNANT? Need help?
27E918 Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-
7283. Pregnancy tests available. cFtc

DESPERATELY NEED staff
sticker. Price negotiable. Call
665-4831, persistently.

parking
Rick at
25K915

WE GIVE A 15% DISCOUNT on contact
lens preparations. Village Apothecary,
1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
WANTED-Women and couples for sen-
sual surrogacy, attractive, discreet,
mature. Absolute confidentiality. Box
No. 1, Michigan Daily. 59F920
BERT-Can't find your address. If
you're still in town, meet me at Item-
ized Food Co-op order night, Wed.
6:30 to 9, Michigan Union. Ernie. 37F914
WERE NUMBER ONE in diamond
sales in Ann Arbor. Find out why.
Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University,
663-7151. cFtc
FIRST ORDER NIGHT for Itemized
Food Co-op Wed., 6:30-9, Michigan
Union, 4th floor. Begin the year with
wholesome, fresh food at reasonable
prices. 66F914
PERSONAL GROWTH GROUP
Mondays 8-10 p.m., sliding scale. Bob
and Margaret Blood, 769-0046. 70F916
IF YOU CRAVE orange juice, but hate
Anita . . . squeeze your own. Order
from Itemized Food Co-op, Wed., 6:30
to 9, Michigan Union. 36F914
COMING OUT groups for men begin-
ning~ to deal with their gay feelings,
starting soon. Call Tom or Tony at
995-9292. 57F921
WE GIVE 15% DISCOUNT on all acne
preparations. Village Apothecary, 1112
S. Univ. Ave. cF914
SWEAT PEA-I'll gladly pay you Tues-
day, for a cucumber today . . . If
you get it from Itemized Food Co-op.
Order it tonight at the Michigan Union,
4th floor. Wimpy. 67F914
THIS WEEK'S WINE SPECIAL -
French wine. Village Apothecary, 1112
S. Univ. Ave. cF916
WE NEED certain majors to become
lieutenants in the Air Force. If you're
a math engineering, or science major,
ldok'inf'o th Ai ore ROTC programs
available to you. The scholarship bene-
fits offered to men and women by
those programs will come as a pleasant
surprise. 68F916
BUtGGED AT THE PROSPECT OF
STUDY WITHOUT END? Dial "Energy
Line -663-5366. That's right-663-5366.
A 3 minute dialogue conversation based
on "Student Success: How To Be a
Better Student and Still Have Time For
Your Friends"-a fabulous new book
by two U of M trained psychologists-
Drs. Walters and Seibert. Down to
earth advice on how to improve your
study quotient-CALL NOW TO 663-
5366. Call anytime 'round the clock.
(Sharing Carl, Ruth, Craig). cF914
DON'T PAY for a store's overhead via
high -mark-up. For the area's lowest
prices and finest qualities possible on
an engagement ring, shop Austin Dia-
mond, 1209S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
NOW OPEN AT 10 A.M. MON.-FRT..
1 p.m. Sat. and Sun. Billiards, pinball
and bowling at the union. cF916
AFS MEETING 7:30, Tuesday, Union
Station. 769-3534. 23F913
MEN AND THEIR BODIES GROUP
8 weeks-$80. Call Cam, 663-7061 or
Brian, 663-1095. 08F917
STEVE'S LUNCH - Come for home
cooking. Breakfast all day, great soups
and egg rolls. 3 egg omelets with fresh
vegetables and fresh bean sprouts
served all day. Sundays 10-8. 1313 South
University. cFtc
SINGLE KNIGHTS in shining armor:
Intriguing female A desires 30-45 year
old witty man. Harmonious, amicable,
athletic, musical, loves children, ani-
mals, and gourmet food. Fascinating
female B desires 30-45 year old man,
quick-witted, enjoys children and peo-
ple of all ages, even tempered, sensi-
tive, affectionate, tall, tender-hearted,
appreciates music and art. Aquarian
professional woman C desires to meet a
28-35 year old professional gentleman
over 5'9" who is musical and athletic,
sensitive, enjoys animals, dancing, and
myrth making. Write Daily Box No. 19.
05F924
MAY WE HELP you with your non-
prescription drug needs? Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
BOWLING LEAGUES now forming for
men, women, mixed leagues. Sign up
now. Union Lanes. Bowling 50 for

leagues, 65¢ regular rates. Open Mon.-
Fri., 10 a.m.; Sat. & Sun., 1 p.m. cF915
REDUCED RATES for billiards up to 6
p.m. $1.15/hr. daily at the Union. cF913
U-M STYLIST at the Union. Open Mon.-
Sat., 8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m., Chet, Dave
and Harold. cF913
PRIMAL at the Personal Growth Cen-
ter, 403 Miller, 971-0102. Established

MALE STUDENT, mid-20's, single,
friendly, nice looking, interesting per-
sonality, good sense of humor, wants
new female friends. Please reply to
The Michigan Daily, Box 17. 00F917
THE DISTINCTION of being South U's
only drugstore belongs to the Village
Apothecary, 1112S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy
- there is more to a diamond than
meets the eye. Austin Diamond, 12095S.
University, 663-7151. cFtc

DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PRICE
IN TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQUICK
1217 S. University, 769-0560

STUDENT JANITOR needed at Mich-
igan Daily. Approx. 2 hrs. daily, morn-
ings. See Mr. Gamm at The Daily,
420 Maynard. dH
COOK-Mature adult with quantity
cooking experience. Full or part time
afternoon shift, some weekends. Blue
Cross available. Pleasant working con-
dl~s. Huon Vall odg. 041918
DISHWASHER-PART-TIME-Perfect
for students, includes lunch. The Second
Chance Restaurant, apply in person
at 516 E. Liberty, 994-5360. 07H915
NEED FREE MEALS? Dinner and/or
lunch meal jobs now available at DU
house, 1331 Hill St. or call 761-5227.
19H914
SALES CLERKS
Stop & Go Foods now taking applica-
tions for full and part-time positions.
Need mature, responsible individuals.
Positions available all shifts. Good pay
and benefits. Apply in person at any
Stop & Go store or at district office,
3060 Packard Rd., 434-0327. 79H923
MEAL JOBS - Available for lunch and
dinner at CHI PSI Fraternity, 761-6281,
ask for Phil or Gernot. 72H914
LOOKING for EXPERIENCE
Project Comimunity has placements in
prisons, schools, special ed, youth
homes, day care, youth clubs and the
courts. For a change have a real ex-
perience. Call 763-3548 or stop by Mich.
Union. Credit available. 93H920
DISHWASHERS - Part-time nights or
full-time days, $3/hr. Apply in person
between 3 and 5 only, The Great Lakes
Steak Company, 3965 S. State Rd., Ann
Arbor. 97H916

LOWEST COPY PRICES
IN THE MID-WEST!
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
cFte

PART TIME SALESPERSON needed
to work 2 full days. Monday, Thursday.
Apply Roots Footwear, 314 S. State.
51H916
CURTIS RESTAURANT
Waitress or waiter, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., or
evenings 5 p.m.-10 p.m., 207 S. Main.
65H920
WANTED-Bartenders and Waitress-
es. Apply Wed. and Thurs. afternoons
at Dooleys. 52H915
HELP WANTED in Clinese Grocery'
Store in Kerrytown, 407 N. Fifth. Apply
in person only. 53H921.

NATIVE/FLUENT SWEDISH/NOR-
WEGIAN speaking individuals needed
994-4854. 61H91
TWO IDEAL student/student wife op
portunities.
No. 1-Fast print Ann Arbor location
No. 2-Established concession trucl
business (cotton candy, popcorn).
Weir Associates
Jim Weir, broker
3001 S. State Rd.
Suite 701, Ann Arbor
769-1615
49H91g

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EDAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar

WOMEN: MAKE NEW FRIENDS!
Student Co-ons. Meet suDDortive on1
Share work, savin~gs, fun. Call/visit
Inter-Cooperative Council, 4002 Mich-
igan Union, 662-4414. II1E914
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - Eat
at Friends International Cooperative
meals, conversation, volleyball and
more. Primarily graduate students.

TYPING - Professional/student rates.
Fast, reliable service. Ask for Bar-
bara, 665-4286,24 hours. cJtc
MOVING, HAULING. Local only. Able
person and pick-up truck. 665-9426.
AA^tT^ "
COLLEGIATE RESEARCH PAPERS.
Thousands on file. All academic sub-
jects. Send $1.00 for mail order cata-
log. Box 918-Z, Los Angeles, Calif.
90025. (213 477-8474. .86J1203

ONE BAITS HOUSING LEASE
Senior woman graduating this term.
Joni, 937-3905. 56L915
SENIOR WOMAN needs room only for
Fall term. Joni, 937-3905. 57L915
WANTED-On-campus parking for '77-
78. Call Joel, 994-3113. 51L914
GOOD MONEY for parking space on
Central Campus. 994-4427. 96L916
COMMUTING FEMALE student needs
room for 2-3 nights a week. No-lease
basis. Rate negotiable. 651-1520, ask for,
"Susan." 00L9120
JAPANESE SURGEON, MALE, 35
years old, spending 3 months in phy-
siology dept. needs place to live start-
ing mid-September. Prefers to live with
roommates, English speaking. Contact
Prof. or Mrs. Tomozawa, 764-9469 or
971-5612. 30L914
U.S. MAILMAN and wife transfering to
this area need small, cozy house to rent
in clean, quiet surroundings. Ex-
cellent references. Please call 313-663-
6086. 34L929

ACROSS
1 Follow along
6 Dickens' Silas
10 Type of test
14 Covered with
fluff
15 Headwear of a
sort
16 See 7 Down
17 Inner arm bones
18 Pliant
20 Political group
21 Man's name
22 Canadian
physician
23 Restaurant
equipment
26 Very much
29 Oklahoma city
30 Type of athlete
32 Feminine title
33 McClellan's
opponent
36 Wife of Abelard
37 "Won't you ?"
39 Upper classrmen:
Abbr.
40 Dept. of Scotland
Yard
41 Was meddlesome:
Colloq.
42 Part of a operatic
double-bill, for
short
43 Provokes
2 3 4 5
17
20,

© 1977 LOS ANGELES TIMES
44 President, for
one
50 Royal pet
51 Buffalo's
waterfront
52 Some persons
56 Relative of a
squirrel cage
58 Lombardy city
59 Field: Lat.
60 Suffix in..
chemistry
61 Term in

12 Time waster
13 Workers with
batik
19 Object once worn

21
24
25
26
27

as a charm
Gushing
Chemical used in
soap
Pickled meat
Scornful sounds
Giant of Norse
myth

62
63
64
1:
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

carpentry
Monster's loch
Descartes
For -

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(cheaply)

DOWN
Elks or Lions
Capitol site
Part of A.D.
Marked by short,
clear-cut notes:
Mus.
Electric -
Waterfront
structure
Girl of song
Frappe
Political gp.
Where Seward
Peninsula is
Knitting stitch
6 17 18 19

28 Dutch painter
31 Setter or letter
32 Editor's concern
33 Run, in away
34 Jug
35 Termini
38 European wild
flowers
42 Cheroots
44 Occurring every
eighth day
45 Fabricate
46 Disengages
47 German poet
48 Dress goods
49 City of N. France
53 Negative
exclamation
54 College in North
Caroline
55 Rejoiced
57 Debussy subject
58 - premium
M10 1iiw 13211

TUTOR for DANISH wanted, eager
student, preparing for stay in Den-
mark. Please call 668-6220. 73H916
WANTED-Part-time research assist-
ant for library searches. Prefer de-
pendable person familiar with periodi-
cals in the Medical and Graduate
libraries and/or Library Science stu-
dent. Work may be done at your con-
venience. Send qualifications to Suite
404, 2930 North 16th St., Phoenix, AZ
85018. 44H918
BURGER KING
Positions now availabe from 10 a.m.-3
p.m. and 8 p.m.-2 or 3 a.m. Please
a lyin person, 530 E. Liberty. 26H925
LITHOGRAPHIC CAMERAS OPERA-
TOR (Process camera). Must be ex-
perienced in all aspects of darkroom
work for offset printing, i.e. line nega-
tives, halftones, negatives and positive
reproduction. Apply in person at Arbor
Instant Printing, 214 S. Fourth. 994-
4664. Wage $3.30-$5.00/hr. F.26H923
DISABLED WOMAN needs persons to
aide with meals, dressing, etc., various
times of the day. 662-2734, evenings.
211H918
PART-TIME
SALES CLERK
$2.75 per hour, plus commissions. Apply
in person, 217S. Fourth Ave. 28H915
TYPESETTER-Experienced with IBM
composer and Compugraphic II keyline
and layout. Wage $3.30-$5.00/hr. Apply.
in person, Arbor Instant Printing, 214
S. Fourth Ave. 994-4664. 30H923
RIGHT-HANDED MALE subjects for
"bio-feedback study." Renumeration
$5; maximum time involvement 1%/
hours. For information call Psycho
Physicology Clinic, Dept. of Psychiatry:
763-0115. 41H915
WAITERS ANI DISHWASHERSat Psi
Upsilon fraternity, 1000 Hill St. 663-
2725. 40H914
RNS AND LPN's
Veterans Administration Hospital, Ann
Arbor, Michigan has positions for reg-
istered and licensed practical nurses in
med-surgery and ICU. These are per-

WANTED - Reliable person to work'
two or three days/wk. for small clean-
ing service, $3/hr. 769-3119, evenings.
81H913
MR. TONY'S now hiring full and part-l
time help. Positions available are: Dri-!
vers, must be 18. and have own car,j
counter help and pizza makers. Apply
in person, after 4 p.m., 1327 S. Univer-
sity. 89H916
GAS PUMPER - Male or female, part-I
time, $3/hr. Apply in person, 8-4, 300 N.
Main, Ann Arbor. 87H913
HELP WANTED immediately - Day
waiting, hosting, bussing, personal, oth-
er night and day positions possible
for experienced people. Apply in per-!
son between 2 and 3 p.m., ask for Peter
DiLorenzi at The University Club. cHtc
BABYSITTER - Full-time for 1-year-
old at our house. References. Not a
temporary job. Call769-8021, before 10.
p.m. 18H915
THE BLUE FROGGE is now hiring
servers, cooks and dishwashers. Need
apply in person only, Mon.-Fri., 2-5
p.m., 611 Church 92H918
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY - Work
with physically disabled people. For de-
tails call, Center For Independant Liv-
ing, 971-0277. from 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
02H919
HOUSEPARENTS
Married couple to manage residential
group home for eight retarded adoles-
cents. Program focuses on homelike
atmosphere, encouraging residence
personal development only. One mem-
ber of couple employed, freeing spouse
to pursue other employment or inter-
ests. Position includes salary plus room
and board and health care for couple
and additional staff. Send resume to
.P.O. Box 1105, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.-
BABYSIT in student's North Campus
home Tues. and Thurs., 3:30-6:30 p.m.
Call 994-5508. 08H912j
BABYSITTER - Three half days/
Wk., 12 month old, own transportation,
West side. 665-3424. 17H915
WORK STUDY student needed to code
transcripts of jury deliberations. Ap-
prox. 10hrs./wk., $3/hr. Call Jim Hol-
stein, 764-7487. 65H915
$4.35 PER HOUR
Models wanted, call 1-941-7897 for de-
tails, 5:30-9:30 p.m., 7 days. 35H921
BUSINESS SE RVICES
EXECUTIVE OFFICE systems will do
your typing of dissertations, manu-
scripts, reports, resumes, theses, and
term papers. Copies or originals rea-
sonable rates. Call for appointment.
663-4199. 55J920
ENGLISH as a foreign language, les-
sons and classes by experienced teach-
er. Call 663-9644 or 668-8078. 72J920
TYPIST - Experienced, business. Call
429-5287. 62J915
FEMINIST COUNSELING: Individual
and group "Tapestry" - Certified So-
cial Workers. Call 668-8777, for more
about us and our fall programs. No fee
first session. 20J915
TYPING - Neat, accurate, reason-
able rates. Please call between 11 and
12 a.m. or after 9 p.m. Three days
notice for long papers, Lynn, 995-3998.
58J915
HOUSECLEANING - Done by U-M
graduate student: excellent worker.
References if requested. Call 995-2388,
after 5 p.m. dJ
THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATIONS AND RESUMES
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering

WANTED TO RENT-Parking space
Fall term, University Hospital area.
Call 662-1634. 62M918
AYN RAND, Robert Nozick, Thomas
Szasz, Milton Friedman, Karl Hess
Robert Heinlein, Murray Rothbard
John H spers , icholas VonHoffma
F.A. Hayek, 4dNathaniel Brande
are LIBERTARIANS. Join the faste
growing political movement in the
world. Organizational :meeting of the;
Ann Arbor Libertarian League,' Wed.!
Sept. 14that 7:30 p.m. in conf. Rms. 4
and 5 of the Michigan League first floor.
Phone 665-4343. 75M913
LIKE LEARNING or improving your
Russian? Call 769-2784. 77M913
PARKING - Near Frieze building.
Call 668-7339, persistently. 87M913'
ATTENTION: Science and engineering
students who are interested in national-
security decision making. Political Sci-,
ence 472 offers you an opportunity to'
study problems of war and peace using,
mathematical models, e.g., Bayesian
decision theory, hierachical inference,
ect. No background in political science'
is necessary. Those students without a',
math bachground are welcome as well!.
88M914
DEADBOLT LOCKS installed, lock
combinations changed. Area Lock-
smith Service, 482-1605. 21M914 .
BEGINNING POTTERY CLASSES-
Private studio-West side location-be-
ginning next week. 769-0245. 22M918

VEGA '72 HATCHBACK-Runs great,
some dents, $350. 663-8999. 78N918.
TRIUMPH 650-1969, $500.761-0749.
29N920
'71 SCAMP-AUTO. T.S. New battery,
muffler and tires. List $1200. Sale $995.
971-1385 after5 p.m. 32N916:
'72 DELTA 88-New tires-transmis-
sion and muffler. Good body. 764-1827.
35N917
'75 MUSTANG II, 4-speed. New ra-
dials, exhaust, clutch, brakes. Well-
maintained. Call 663-4409. $2300. 45N916
1976 MERCURY BOBCAT = Mettalic
brown, a/c, incredible gas mileage.
Only 22,000 miles. This classy but eco-
nomical car can be yours for $2500.
Call 663-7432. dN915
'69 TOYOTA Corona. Good mileage,
good engine. Call before 10 p.m. 665-
8980. 95N914
HANDSOME gold Chrysler Newport,
'71, 4-door, air, power, "400" 1972 en-
gine. Call 764-9260 days, 663-7760 after,'.
8 p.m. 14N914
'72 MONTEGO BROUGHAM MX -
Power and A/C, $1,100. 437-3166. 91N913
1972 DODGE VAN - Good mechani-
cally, 318, insulated, roof vent, best$
offer 761-04j73yez ings oryel ends_-
CHEAP WHEELS - 1963 Ford Fair-
lane, $55. Call 665-315§, evenings. 32N913
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