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L AND FOUND
REWARD. Purse lost Sunday, Island
Park. No questions. 663-3407. 41A920.
O MOVING-Freebies-$50. Dining table,
oak chairs. steamer trunk, legal size
files, walnut office desk, oak class-
room desk & chair, I- & 3-speed bikes,
new Pinto tire, kitchen stuff, plants and
supplies, clothes and more. Sat. & Sun.
10-6. 1383 Bemidji Dr. (near Crest &
Liberty). 994-0092. 31B918
MOVING SALE-T.V., plants, books,
records, c)othes, furniture, etc. Sept.
17-1$, 9 a.m-.-523 Mack St. (off Elm St.
on campus). 48B918
FR SALE-J.B.L. L-100 loud speakers
$390. Technics S1-1300 direct drive turn-
table w/ORTOFON cartridge $190.
IBANEZ folk/classical guitar w/hard
case $165. GIANINNI FOLK/classical
guitar w/soft case $65. Call Don eve-
nings or weekends. 699-1389. Keep try-
ing. 42B920
MARTIN GUITAR. Excellent condi-
tion, must sell. Call 764-6073 persis-
tently. Ask for Ted. 71B921
5 cu. ft. refrigerator, rocking chair, 2
piece couch with wicker siding, Dort-
able stereo, 10 x 12 ft. rug, doublg
mattress. 665-2332. ~ 64B918
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
FOR SALE, Hoover portable
washer with spin-dryer. Excellent con-
dition. $150. 769-7272. 95B913
RUGS-ood-exceulent. Lf brown 10
- x 14.5' with mat. Red 10' x 10'. Beige
4' x 8'. Negotiable. 665, 0534, 761-7435,
evenings, weekends. 14B918
UPRIGHT PIANO. Excellent tone. $250.
668-2060 days; 665-2393 evenings, week-
4 ends 13B920

LARGE TWO BEDROOM furnished
on campus. New carpet and new appli-
ances. 114 N. Thayer. Call Doug, days
665-8825, evenings 434-0975. 44C923
6 PERSON, 5 bedroom home, 2 blocks
to diag, 11/2 baths, yard, parking, stor-
age garage, redecorated, $110 per per-
son plus utilities, we will assist in ob-
taining roommates. Alternate indivi-
dual leases also available. 443-4101 till
5-p.m., 994-1247 till 9p.m. cCtc
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. Partial-
ly furnished 8-room, 2-bath, eat-in
kitchen, no pets, references, lease, de-
posit. $700 plus utilities. 665-1912, per-
sistently. 99C92;
NEWLY REMODELED APARTMENT
-Two floors; three bedrooms, two
studies, living and dining. In Farmer's
Market area. No pets. $450. 668-7580
between 6 and 10 p.m. 04C922
APARTMENT. 1 bedroom, furnished,
large living room, large dining room,
kitchen, bath, one-car garage, no pets,
lease, deposit, references, $275 includes
utilities. Suitable for married grad
couple. 662-1912, afternoons. 98C920
CAMPUS, furnished, 4 rooms, bath,
kitchen, lease, deposit, references, no
pets. $625 includes utilities. 662-1912,
persistently. 97C920
WEEKLY OR MONTHLY - Inexpen-
sive, no lease. 483-1771. 25C922
FOR RENT-Own room in co-ed house.
Male grad student preferred. Close to
campus. $108 and utilities. 665-9480.
22C922

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.

FRIENDLY (gay) female would like to
meet interesting, sincere person of
same gender. Call June, 663-7937.56F924
May we help you with your nonpre-
scription needs? Village Apothecary,
11125. Univ. Ave. cF919
STRONG-MINDED LEO MALE, 32,
wishes to exchange letters and photos
with gregarious female, 20-30, object
friendship first. Reply to: Robert A.
Parker, P.O. Box E-138516, Jackson,
Ml 49204. dF920
MY NAME is Dale Sinclair and I'm
presently incarcerated in Wallkill Cor-
rectional Facility in New York State.
I'm hoping that some pen-pals will take
an interest and correspond with me to
help ease the strain and hardships.
Send all letters to: Mr. Dale Sinclair,
Box G, Wallkill Corr. Facility, Wall-
kill, N.Y. 12589. dF921
I AM from Ann Arbor and I am con-
fined here in Riverside Correctional
Facility, in Ionia. I would like someone
to write to me, for I don't get any
mail or visits from anyone at all. My
name is as follows along with the ad-
dress: Kifaru Taylor, No. 137900, 777
W. Riverside Drive, Ionia, Michigan
48846. 1dGF921

MIRAGE offers classes in WHOLE-
STIC MOVEMENT for creative artists
and dormant dancers. "ENVIRON-
MENTAL MOVEMENT," "MOVING
FROM THE INSIDE OUT," "WOMEN
IN SWEAT" etc. For information and
pre-registration call 994-5639. 16F921
GRAD HAPPY HOUR for campus Jew-
ish community begins again Tues.,
1:30-4:30. 1429 Hill St. cF920
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S only gem lab
before you spend your money need-
lessly. Fine quality diamonds and low
prices on all engagement and wed-
ding rings. Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
University, 663-7151. cFtc
ISRAELI DANCING-Performing, group
at noon Sun., regular dancing 1-3. At
Hillel. cF918
LOWEST COPY PRICES
IN THE MID-WEST!
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
cFtc
"THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION IS
OVER-And Sex Has Clearly Won!"
A personal message for you on this
vital topic waits now your dailing EN-
ERGY LINE at 663-5366. Call now/call
'round the clock! A non-profit public
service by "A Family That Cares."
(Carl & Craig). cF918
WANTED - Companion for bubbly
brunette with big blue eyes (among
other things) and a pleasant disposi-
tion. 42-24-36, graduating Senior, Eng-
lish major, answers to the name of
SUZIE-FLOOZIE. Enjoys classical
music, reviewing plays, and CB radios.
Inquire at Box No. 4, The Michigan
Daily. cF918
FREE INSTRUCTIONS for pocket bil-
liards, Wed., Sept. 21, 3:30 p.m. and
7:30 p.m. at the Union. cF918
CONVERSATION PARTNERS needed
to speak English 1 hr./wk. with Eng-
lish Language Institute students. Lan-
guage exchange possible with Arabic,
Japanese, Persian and Spanish. To
volunteer call ELI, 764-2413 Mon., Wed.
& Fr. 8-12, 1-5. 6 hours not required!
only 1 hour required. 03F918
PRISONER WOULD like correspond-
ence to gain more friends, and to
exchange ideas. Male, female, young,
or old. I am only looking for a friend.
Arthur J.LWilson, No. 36201-136, P.O.
Box 1000, Leavenworth, KS. dF918

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
cFtc
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy
- there is more to a diamond than
meets the eye. Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
University, 663-7151. cFtc
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ALPHA EPSION PI
KOSHER Jewish Fraternity, 1620 Cam-
bridge now has rooms' available to
rent. If interested please contact Al or
Arty. (662-9538). 64C921
LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO LIVE?
Opening for woman in Nakamura Co-
op. Nice people, good food, convenient
location. Cheap! ! Call 662-4414. 20C918
AN WER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
ti t 0 S E S A S T MU E .S .A
L O D E S T t R O V E R
R E P O R T C A R D J O V E
E Y E M O O R E SAKE S
R O O S T S R I V E N
R UN I NS IN ANME
E R O S S N A R K R A W
L IV E 0 N L 0 V E A L 0 N E
YMA PEONY O US E
S A U T E K A R N A K
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FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at'715 NEW WORKSHOPS FOR FALL '77
Hill St., featuring Kosher restaurant, Ballroom-Latin
game room and Judaic library. Only 2 Israeli Folkdance
minutes from campus. Call 995-3276. 19th Century Country Dance
cCtc Dance Tutorial Program
Jewelry I & II
ROM AN BOA RD Raku
Art Tutorial Program
FOR WOMEN: New housing experi- Sketching
ence. Student Co-ops. Have fun. Share Graphics
work to save. Call/visit Inter-Coopera Papermaking
tive Council. 4002 Michigan Union. Intaglio Printing
662-4414. 81E921 Lithography/Offset
OPENINGS available immediately for Sculpture-II Casting
boarders (with or without meal con- Sculpture Wood/Stone
tract) at Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, Kung Fu
707 Oxford at Hill. Full or half year. Tai Chi Chauan-Applied
Call 761-5950 for more information. 'BaletUDIgco UR. ESm
Ballet, beg., con't. a.m.
GOOD FOOD Ballet, beg., con't. p.m.
Good people, free washer and dryer, Modern, beg.
cable TV, 24-hour snack privileges. Modern Studio I a.m.
Borders wanted at Nakamura Co-op, Modern Studio I p.m.
807 South State. 761-6683 or 84. Call for Modern Studio II a.m.
a Modern Studio II p.m.
FREE TRIA L MEAL 39E924 Jazz, beg., con't.
ALPHA EPSILSON PSI now has rooms Cre Dance
available at 1620 Cambridge Street: We Afro Dance
provide Kosher Food and pleasant ac- Blues-and Jazz
commodations. Call now (662-9538). Ask Beledi I-V (Belly Dance)
for Arty. 32E918 Hawaiian/Tahitian
Modern Ballroom I, II
WANTED TO BUY Disco/Contemporary
ART STUDIO COURSES
WANTED TO BUY-3 MINUTES OF Life Drawing, beg., adv.
YOUR TIME! The price is right! Dial Life Drawing, anatomy
ENERGY LINE-phone 663-5366 for a Life Drawing, practice
right-now-pick-you-up message of en- Creative Drawing and.Painting
_ouragement and a boost of hone. cK918 Acrylics
Oils
Watercolor
Calligraphy
Pottery, Hand and Wheel
Sculpture I, clay
Stained Glass, beg., adv.
Glassblowing Workshop
aret Farrar Weaving, primitive
ELES TIMES Macreme and Basketweaving
d 11 Wheedle Patchwork Quilting
12 What tugs do Batik and Tie Dye
14 Window Silkscreen Printing
ot 18 Barndance favorite Wood Carving
23 Kind of slip Woodblock Printing
wance 25 Native of MARTIAL ART COURSES
eward Panama Yoga, Hatha I, II
27 More humble Tai Chi I, II, III
ion 29 Happened Karate (Shorin Ryu)
31 At a loss for Fencing
words Fencing Club
32 Latin possessive PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES -
33 Psychic's forte, Photo I, II, III
cter for short Darkroom I, II, III
gh35 Not square: Camera/Darkroom I, II
Slang Direct Color Printing
37 Nothing at all Cibachrome
bbr. 38 Former Brit. Lighting Sensitivity
money r Informal Portrature
39 Greek letter Studio on Techniques
42 Choosy eaters Figure Photo
r a queen 43 Finale of the Matting and Mounting
nblem Volstead Act Frameless Mounting
ade 46 - libre Nature Photo
t 48 Quell Modeling
m 50 Parties Clins
rnd- 52 Wizard's stock- Classes start this week
in-trade ART WORLDS
g 53 Nerve: Slang 213 S. Main
ests 54 Whenever Ann Arbor, Mich.
56 Three, in Spain 994-8400
58 Little: Fr. Catalog Sent Free

DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PR ICE
IN TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQU ICK
1217 S. University, 769-0560

FULL-TIME secretarial position open
with Clipson/Wehrer Architectural
Programming and Planning consul-
tants. Looking for person with excel-
lent typing skills (60 plus WPM) and
organizational ability. Additional du-
ties include filing, receptionist, some
library research connected with the
mental health field, report production.
Position requires flexible, easy-going
personality, who is self-directed. Call
K. Spiegel, 995-0550 btw. 8-12, Tues.
thru Fri. Clipson/Wehrer is an equal
opportunity employer. 51H922
ENGINEER: Aggressive, personable,
capable young college graduate, or
near graduate interested in Injection
Molding of Plastics and allied opera-
tions such as Hot Stamping, Paint-
ing, Sealing, etc. Work will include
quotations, recommendation of tool de-
sign, followup during construction, cus-
tomer contact and resolution of prob-
lems in the various operations men-
tioned above. Right individual will pro-
gress to be Engineering Manager with-
in 1-2 years. Salary open. Write:
Summit Polymers, Inc. 6700 Sprinkle
Rd., Kalamazoo, MI. 49001. 57H925
PIZZA DRIVERS and telephone help.
Must be 18, and work 1, 2, 3 nights/
wk. Apply in person only after 4 p.m.
Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw P.62H929
MODELS WANTED. Call 668-9755.
46H1021
FREE ROOM AND BOARD for person
to live with senior citizen man in his
country home. Hours to be available
flexible. If interested call 971-6914.
33H923
HOUSEKEEPER/COOK for family of
four. Approximately 2-7 p.m., 3 days/
wk. $2.80/hr. 662-6021. 36H923
WAITERS NEEDED to start now.
Good food, campus location. Call 761-
5960. 37H923
NURSES AIDS/ORDERLIES
FULL-PART-TIME
CALL
KELLY HOME CARE
973-9010
an equal opportunity employer ni/t
cHtc
BABYSITTER NEEDED in my home
-11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. weekdays for
two school children. Call Lyn, 769-
7625 7-9 p.m. 21H921
DISHWASHER-PART-TIME-Perfect
for students, includes lunch. Also, part-
time bartender trainees. The Second
Chance Restaurant, apply in person
at 516 E. Liberty, 994-5360. 18H918
MAINTENANCE PERSON, part-time,
10 hours per week $2.50/hr. Must have
transportation. Maintenance and light
repair for family planning agency. Re-
ply in person. 912 Main St. An affirma-
tive action employer. 19H922
BABYSITTER - Loving responsible
babysitter wanted to care for our 2
year old daughter in our Burns Park
home. 30-40 hrs./wk., own transporta-
tion. 662-7427. 03H921
WANTED-STUDENT (& OTHER)
MEN AND WOMEN to "go on the
air" (telephone that is!) to record an
ENERGY LINE Dialogue Conversa-
tion. Got something you want the whole
world (well, not quite!) to shout "Three
Cheers" about with you? Call now-
phone numbers given on today's mes-
sage "The Human Sexual Revolution
Is Over & Sex Has Clearly Won" for
more details on how you may record
a hopeful phone "Letter to the Edi-
tor." Phone EL 663-5366. (Carl & Craig).
cH918
BUSBOYS WANTED for lunch and/or
dinner. Meal provided in exchange for
work. Call Gary or Linda at 761-5145.
89H925
WANTED-Part-time sales person for
Redwood & Ross Men's Clothing Store.
Apply in person at Briarwood -Mali.
01H921
DATA ENTRY OPERATOR for data
point mini computer. Require accu-
rate typist. Call Mrs. Hunter at 761-
7340. 94H922
WANTED-STUDENT to work 3-4 af-
ternoons per week. Answering phone
and some maintenance. 769-0119, leave
name and number. 92H921

BELL'S GREEK PIZZA-Counter help
needed, full and part-time. Day/night.
Apply in person at State and Packard.
06H922
SALES
'NY publisher seeks person with knowl-
edge of local colleges/universities to
sell textbooks full time for 71/2 months
of academic year. Local territory with
limited overnight travel. Salary $1000/

COUNTER HELP in sales wanted, full
or part-time. Apply in person at 323 S.
Main St. in Ann Arbor. cH929
WANTED-Salespeople to sell adver-
tising on a commission basis for THE
MICHIGAN DAILY. Call Rod, 764-0560.
dH918
TYPESETTER-Experienced with IBM
composer and Compugraphic II keyline
and layout. Wage $3.30-$5.00/hr. Will
train fast accurate typist. Apply in
person, Arbor Instant Printing, 214 S.
Fourth Ave. 994-4664. 30H923
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 44th St., Phoenix, AZ
85018. 44H922
BURGER KING
Positions now availabe from 10 a.m.-3
p.m. and 8 p.m.-2 or 3 a.m. Please
applyinperson, 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-$5.00/hr. 26H923
DISABLED WOMAN needs persons to
aide with meals, dressing, etc., various
times of the day. 662-2734, evenings.
21H918
HOUSEPARENTS
Married couple to manage residential
group home for eight retarded adoles-
cents. Program focuses on homelike
atmosphere, encouraging residence
personal development only. One mem-
ber of couple employed, freeing spouse
to pursue other employment or inter-
ests. Position includes salary plus room
and board and health care for couple
and additional staff. Send resume to
P.O. Box 1105, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
HELP WANTED in Chinese Grocery
Store in Kerrytown, 407 N. Fifth. Apply
in person only. 53H921
SALES CLERKS
Stop & Go Foods now taking applica-
tions for full and part-time positions.
Need mature, responsible individuals.
Positions available all shifts. Good pay
and benefits. Apply in person at any
Stop & Go store or at district office,
3060 Packard Rd., 434-0327. 79H923
WAITERS at Psi Upsilon fraternity,
have excellent food! 1000 Hill St. 662-
5094. 10H91$
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY - Work
with physically disabled people. Forde-
tails call, Center For Independant Liv-
ing, 971-0277, from9a.m.-5:30 p.m.
02H919
COOK-Mature adult with quantity
cooking experience. Full or part time
afternoon shift, some weekends. Blue
Cross available. Pleasant working con-
ditions. Huron Valley Lodge. 04H918
HELP WANTED immediately - Day
waiting, hosting, bussing personneland
cashier, other night and day positions
possible for experienced people. Apply
in person between 2 and 3 p.m. ask for
Peter DiLorenzi at The University Club.

DAILY CROSSV
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ACROSS 49 In the Lan
1 TV veteran of Nod
7 Dance of a type 51 Profits
10 What stars do 53 - but n
13 Kind of jacks, forgotten
at times, wild 55 Waste alo
15 Parent co. of 57 Waiter's r
NBC 58 Word
16 Scary sound manipulat
17 Fashion items 59 Symbol of
19 Kind of deal: innocence
Slang 63 Catchall
20 Fraternity letter abbr.
21 Peach or pear 64 Sea charac
22 Tunisian port 65 - enoug
24 Arizona Indian alone
26 Physician who 66 Function
developed an ism 67 Elders: Al
28 Amtrak et al.: ' 68 Beer mug
Abbr.
29 Prove false DOWN
30 Feminine suffix 1 Vehicle for
34 Word with wise 2 Marine em
or worldly 3 Kind of tra
36 Unsubstantial agreemen
38 - d'oeuvre 4 Poker tern
40 Shanghai, in 5 Scot's gra
a way children
41 Ready for 6 Kind of eg
mailing 7 - out (t
43 Faith: Abbr. something
44 Salvador of art 8 Crack play
45 - and bacon 9 Old hat
47 Home of the 10 Part of a
dingo: Abbr. magician's

JAZZ AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB
with the FORCE. Vincent York fea-
tured alto sax soloist with the Duke
Ellington orchestra, Ted Harley bass,
Larry Manderville piano and Kenneth
Bolds former drummer five years with
Lionel Hampton Drums at the Uni-
versity Club cocktail lounge each Fri-
day and Saturday evenings, 9:30 p.m.-
1:30 a.m. throughout the Fall. No cover
charge, free trial membership avail-
able from the hostess. cFtc

A FIVE-WEEK PROGRAM for per-
sonal sexual enrichment as designed by
the National Sex Forum in California
beginning in Ann Arbor, Monday eve-
ning, Sept. 19 thru Oct. 17-7:00 p.m.-
10:00 p.m. Contact Wolverine Institute,
973-1480 or 663-1467. Student rates.

WANTED-Women and couples for sen-
sual surrogacy, attractive, discreet,'
mature. Absolute confidentiality. Box
No. 1, Michigan Daily. 59F920
MEN AND THEIR BODIES GROUP
8 weeks-$80. Call Cam, 663-1095 or
Brian, 663-1095. 53F924

FLUTE LESSONS: Quality instruc-
tions for students, all ages. Experi-
enced teacher with U-M Masters. 668-
6220. 55J925
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
HOUSECLEANING - Done by U-M
graduate student: excellent worker.
References if requested. Call 995-2388,
after 5p.m. di

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09F920
SOVIET JEWS and dissidents-AKTSIA
will be holding its first meeting of the
year to work on these problems. 8 p.m.
Sun. at Hillel. cF918
LIKE TO HEAR from people interested
in developing their E.S.P. and people
who have done so. Reason: I wish to
develop a group that will collectively
work on other people's problems. Bill,
769-0141 or Box No. 2150, Ann Arbor
48103. 30F920
ISRAELI ENSEMBLE - Organizing
meeting for instrumentalists. 7 p.m.
Sun. at Hillel. cF918
the first ten people for pinball on Mon-
day get a FREE game at Union Lanes,
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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 IBox No. 19.
05F924
PRIMAL at the Personal Growth Cen-
ter, 403 Miller, 971-0102. Established
since 1972. cF1211
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S ONLY GEM
LAB BEFORE YOU SPEND YOUR
MONEY NEEDLESSLY. Fine quality
diamonds and low prices on all en-
gagement and wedding rings. Austin

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WRITER'S AIDE, prose 'specialists.
Professional editing, writing, evalua-
tions and publicity. 662-4816, 557-2755.
cJtc
SWEDISH LANGUAGE LESSONS, $45
-10 lessons. Native speaker. 668-6511.
12J920
VOICE LESSONS
Classical-Show-Pop
662-1214
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DISSERTATIONS AND RESUMES:
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
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