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Pige 6-Thursday, September 29, 1977-The Michigan Daily

FRIGIDAIRE portable dishwasher. White with wood WE HAVE A SUPER selection of Truc soaps and
forroica top. Works well. Call 995-5190 after 6. bath accessories. Little Dipper Candles: 415 N.
33B1001 Fifth Ave. in Kerrytown (adjacent to Farmer's
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE-Nine-drawer chest Market). cF929

VISIT ANN ARBOR'S only gem lab before you
spend your money needlessly. Fine quality diamonds
and low prices on all engagement and wedding
rings. Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
cFtc

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$25.0 and laundry equipment-G.E. washer with
mini-basket plus low/med/high water level selector
and Sears gas dryer with full-range temperature
control, $50.00. Must move by 9/30. 994-0092 or
994-1149. 57B929
STEREO AMPLIFIER, speakers, tape deck, elec-
tric guitar, Fender amplifier. 973-9162. 48B929
WOOD Bb CLARINET, $125. Czech made Tenor
sax4phone, $325. Call 434-9578. 45B1001r
1972; MAVERICK. $700 or best offer. Call 663-6024
evenings. 43B1007
FOR SALE-PRINCE tennis raquet ($40), Sheepskin
jaclet ($50). Call Alan, 665-3631. dB930
ANTIQUE FIRE ENGINE
1952 Pirsch, excellent condition. Phone 994-0100 btw
9a* 15. 89B1001
1975 PINTO SEDAN. Great condition. $2,100 or best
offer. 663-1686. ,f 94B1001

FURNISHED spacious 3-bedroom apartment (6
rooms). Available now: year lease. No pets. $405.00
mo thly includes utilities. 665-5747. 58C1002
WESTSIDE ONE BEDROOM. Porch and garage-
$22. Steve, before 5:00, 662-2019; after 663-0892.
500930,
WHY RENT when you can buy for less? Cozy, two
big ;bedrooms, private beach privileges, Whitmore
Lake. $22,500, terms. Vintage Realty, 459-5290. Call
Avis, 981-2402. 46C1001
PA$KING AVAILABLE-Church St., one block from
campus. Call 995-6906. 38C1005
BEAUTIFUL BEDROOM for female, $95 plus utili-
ties' Farmer's Market area. Share house, 3 males,
1 female, graduate students, cooperative eating.
665-9328. 27C930
FEM ALE ROOMMATE needed for Oct. 2, 1977: 1
bedroom of a spacious 2 bedroom apt. Only 3 blocks
fro Campus. Complete kitchen, full bath, redwood
sundeck, semi-furnished and walking distance to
downtown Ann Arbor. 995-7523. 84C930
MALE-Working or grad needed to share nice 2
bdrin. apt. $150/mo. includes utilities. Stop by 117
N. Thayer, No.4, evenings 63C928
FOIE RENT-Small room, share bath, kitchen with
three congenial and studios men. Furnished-bed,
desl , dresser, chair, misc. Second floor, west win-'
dow; Old Westside.10 minutes campus. Free utilities,
$120month. Men only and no pets (sorry). Call 662-
8565, Available October 8-10. 10C1026
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 715 Hill St., fea-
turi~g Kosher restaurant, game room and Judiac
library. Only 2 minutes from campus. Call 995-
3276 cCtc
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. Partially furnished
8-room, 2-bath, eat-in kitchen, no pets, references,
lease, deposit. $700 plus utilities. 662-1912 persistent-
ly 990923
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE

24-HOUR PHONE NUMBERS TO HELP YOU IN-
CLUDE 663-5366, Energy Line; 665-1212, Time; 434-
9400, Weather; 763-1300, UM news; 995-7272, Ann
Arbor events. cF1004
WORKSHOP FOR SINGLES (5 men, 5 women).
Practice initiating, deepening, renegotiating rela-
tionships. Oct. 7-9. Bob and Margaret Blood, 769-
0046. 26F1006
WE GIVE 15% DISCOUNT on contact lens prepa-
rations. The Village Apothecary, 1112 S., University
Ave. cF929
DIRECT PURCHASING, volume selling, and mar-
ginal profits assure you that your diamond will be
an investment at Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Univer-
sity, 663-7151. cFtc
GUYS& DOLLS-University Singles Club is here,.
If you like to party, have fun, and meet people like
yourself, write us for all the free details. P.O. Box
12669, Gainesville, Florida 32604. 07F1025
MEN AND THEIR BODIES GROUP
8 weeks-$80. Call Cam, 663-7061 or Brian, 663-
1095. 00F1003
UM BOWLING TEAM for women and men. Quali-
fying round Sundy 10 a.m. Sign up now at Union
Lanes. cF1002
THIS WEEK'S WINE SPECIAL-Italian wines. The
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University Ave. cF1001
DIAL ENERGY LINE NOW-663-5366-NOW MES-
SAGE "Timely Observations on Dr. Elisabeth Kub-
ler-Ross's book 'death-the final stage of growth'."
What can we believe about the uniyersal pheno-
mena that is death and about our own death? Not a
morbid question but a realistic one that modern
men and women are iacing with courage and hope.
Phone 663-53M for ENERGY LINE-A FAMILY
THAT CARES. cF930
WANTED-Good rock and roll/disco band for Hal-
loween bash. Alan or John, 663-9439. dF923
CRESCENT MUSIC STUDIO
Instruction in guitars, bass, flute and sax, vocal,
drums, vibes, and piano. 662-7277. cFtc
ELIE WIESEL TICKETS for Thursday 8 p.m. avail-
able at Office of Ethics and Religion. Students
1.50, others 3.50. 15F928
UM STYLISTS at the Union. Harold, Chet, and
Dave. Open 8:30a.m. Monday-Saturday. cF929
NEW MESSAGES OF HOPE/COURAGE/LOVE/
HELP can be heard anytime, phone 663-5366. Energy
Line. cF1002
NOW OPEN at 10 a.m. Pinball, billiards, and bowl-
ing at the Union. Aren't you lucky! cF930
UNFULFILLED TALL, dark, and handsome mar-
ried male seeks correspondence with discreet fe-
males. All answered. Write P.O. Box 563, Ypsi, MI
48197. 09F1006

MEN AND THEIR BODIES GROUP
8 weeks-$80. Call Cam, 663-1095 or Brian, 663-
1095. 00F1001
JAZZ AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB with the Force.
Vincent York featured also sax soloist with the Duke
Ellington orchestra. Ted Harley bass, Larry Man-
derville piano and Kenneth Bolds, former drum-
mer five years with Lionel Hampton Drums at the
University Club Cocktail Lounge each Friday and
Saturday evening, 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. throughout
the Fall. No cover charge, free trial membership
available from the hostess. cFtc
WEEKEND GESTALT WORKSHOP
Oct. 7-9. Fee $35
For further information call Michael Andes, 662-
2801. 25F1004
THE INMATE PROJECT still has a few places
open. Credit available. Call Project Community,
763-3548,2204 Michigan Union. 40F926
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, 1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc

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

PART-TIME FORTRAN Programmer to work on
astrophysics project. Work-study preferred, but not
necessary. Good salary for experienced program-
mers. 764-5448. 13H929
UNDERGRAD OR GRAD STUDENT to tutor high
school senior 2 hrs./wk, in geometry. Phone 668-
7312. 85H929
FREE MEALS, kitchen crew for Sigma Chi. Call
663-7773. 01H929
THE UNIVERJSITY OF MICHIGAN-FLINT
PROGRAMMER ANALYST
Responsible programming experience (PL/I,
FORTRAN, Assembler), knowledge of, operating
systems. Bachelor's degree is required, Master's
is preferred. Work with faculty, staff, and students.
Competitive salary, liberal fringe benefits including
five weeksrpaid vacation. Send resume to:
Dr. Samir Kamal, Director
Computer Center
The University of Michigan-Fling
Flint, MI 48503
(313) 762-3123
An equal opportunity and affirmative action em-
ployer. 71HI002
WORK-STUDY JOB-Type/transcribe tapes of psy-
chology interviews. $4/hr., 20 hrs./wk. Flexible
hours. 665-0809, late aft. or eves. 67H930
PART TIME" help wanted. Apply in person, 546
Packard. 1 58H929
WORK-STUDY STUDENT needed 10-15 hours/week.
Flexible schedule. Congenial work atmosphere in
Historic House. Call weekdays 769-1828. 57H929
TEACHER-Certified Montessori. 3077 Valley View,
Toledo, Ohio 43615. 419-535-1241. 46H929
TOPLESS MODELS_
$8.00/hr. 668-9755
81H1029
FREE FOOD -
All you can eat. Easy kitchen claenup for only 15
guys. Call Trigon, 761-5145 or stop at meal time.
1617 Washtenaw. 95H929
EXPERIENCED Cocktail waiters and waitresses
wanted. Apply in person, 338 S. State. 663-4636.
54H929
ARBY'S Roast Beef Restaurants in Ann Arbor and
Ypsilanti are now accepting applications for full and
part-time help. Full-time experienced personnel
can start at $2.50/hr. We have free uniforms and
excellent company benefits. Must be 18 or older.
Applications are being taken at 3021 Washtenaw,
2245 W. Stadium and 3015 Washtneaw, any day after
2 p.m. 22H929
DISHWASHERS
Full-time days or part-time evenings. $3.00/hr. Apply
in person Mon.-Fri. 2 p.m.-6 p.m. Great Lakes
Steak Co., S. State at Ellsworth. 76H105
STUDENT EMPLOYEES needed. Lawyers Club
Food Service. $2.40/hr. Phone 764-1115. 78H930
COUNTER HELP in sales wanted, full or part-
time. Apply in person at 323 S. Main St. in Ann
Arbor. cH929

VOLVO 1967 p-1800. Recent valve job, water pump,
brakes, shocks, generator. Best offer. 445-4956.
94N1001
GOOD LOCAL transportation, $150. '68 Nova. Call
Nancy. Days, 1-568-0513. After 6, 995-0228. 07N1002
1972 CAPRI, 2600 cc deluxe. Runs medium well.
Best offer, approx. $400. 769-0386. 04N929
1976 FURY SPORT 318, air condition, cruise control,
power steering, power brakes, automatic, light blue,
good gas mileage, excellent condition, 21,000 miles.
$3750. 485-8251, call repeatedly. 45N924

SOPHOMORE PRIORITY Texas A&M, Wisconsin,
and O.S.U. tickets for sale. Call Brian. 764-7979.
dQ930
I WILL PAY CASH for Ohio State tickets. Amount
depends on number and type of tickets. Call Greg,
665-0899. 39Q1002
TEXAS A&M vs. Michigan tickets. Call 764-8750.
_ 53Q930
WANTED-Texas A&M tickets. 663-7725. 73Q930
PAIR, OF Ohio State tickets. Sec. 29. $100. Call
663-1869. 22Q929
WANTED 4 tickets together for Texas A&M. Call
662-3880. 86Q930
WANTED: 8 tickets to Wisconsin game either all
together or 2 sets of 4. Call 769-6223 persistently.
91Q929
I'VE TWO RESERVED Texas A&M tickets. Need
four, preferably together but two additional okay.
Tim, 764-4378, 973-2523 (evenings). 77Q929
MICH.-OSU football tickets needed. Will pay $5(/
pair for any seats, $55/pair for good seats. (Will
pick up). 1-614-459-2309. 280105

DRUMS, ROGERS, 5-piece, 5-ZILD. Call 764-7921.
56X930
SONI PORTABLE with AM/FM, new, price $95. Call
663-2538 after 5 p.m. 28X1002
TEAC 2300 SX Reel to Reel. Brand new. $450 or.
best offer. 995-1825. 93X929;
GIBSON EXPLORER GUITAR-Like new. Calf
Dan, 761-9431. cX927
TEACHERS NEEDED, for Fall schedules immedi-
ately. Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. cX929
ROOMMATES
WOMAN TO SHARE cooperative housing, near4
campus._Call 995-4889. 44Y930
NICE ROOM available in clean house with pets
995-1722. 20Y930
FEMALE HOUSEMATE wanted for seven perso'n
coed house. Own room. $105 plus utilities. Call Kate,
995-0062 or 665-8765. 21Y1007.,
TWO FEMALE ROOMMATES wanted to share'31
bedroom apt. with single male who is never there;
No lease. $75 apiece. Call 971-2132 after 1 p.m.
32Y928
FEMALE NEEDED for large, two bedroom apart-
ment. Own room, conveniences, close to campus.
Immediate occupancy. $160/month. Call 994-6536t7
or 665-3955. dY929,
SHARE APT.-Mature female wanted to share
deluxe apartment. $130. Evenings, 434-1492. 12Y930
NEED ROOMMATE. Share fantastic apartment;
spacious, near Arb. Free parking. Negotiable. Al
bert Terrace, 665-4125 96Y929 t
FEMALE NEEDED TO SHARE large one bedroomr
apartment near Church and South University. Call
995-2556 or 668-7761 evenings, persistently. dYtc
SIKES A ND SCOOTERS
(RIP OFF MY MOPED)
Practically new, 60 miles on the meter. 100 mp .
best offer, over $200, includes helmet. 665-8002 after '
5 p.m. 97Z92 :

U.S. MAILMAN and wife transferring to this area'
need small, cozy house to rent in clean, quiet
surroundings. Excellent references. Please call 313-
663-6086. 34L929

LAB PUPPY, 7 months. Free to good home. Has
shotsand is trained .69724 .A2r93

BOOK XMAS VACATIONS NOW! Student travel
desk, also student charters. Regency Travel. Campus
location-corner William and Maynard, 601 E. Wil-
liam, 665-6122.9pe

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LAST CALL for mixed league bowling sign-up. Now
bowling 50/game. Open 10 a.m. Monday-Friday, 1
m Satrdayand Sunday. Michigan UnionLanes.
- cF925 .
STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home cooking. Break-
fast- 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
DIRECT PURCHASING, volume selling, and mar-
ginal profits assure you that your diamond will be
an investment at Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Univer-
sity, 663-7151. cFtc
PREGNANT? Need Help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancy.
tests available. cFtc
LOWEST COPY PRICES
THE COPYMILL
211S. State (near Olga's)
Copies, course packs, while you wait! 662-3969
cFtc

COUPLES ENRICHMENT WEEKEND. Com uni-
tion, commitment. Sept. 30-Oct. 2. Bob and Mar-
garet Blood, 769-0046. 77F929
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S ONLY GEM LAB BEFORE
YOU SPEND YOUR MONEY NEEDLESSLY. Fine
quality diamonds and low prices on all engagement
and wedding rings. Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Univer-
sity, 663-7151. cFtc
ONE GAME FREE BOWLING with this ad at
Ypsi-Arbor Lanes. Pinball, pool and saloon too!
2985 Washtenaw-mile east of U.S.23. cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
FAST, LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S only gem lab before yuou
spend your money redlessly. Fine quality diamonds
and low prices on all engagement and wedding
rings. Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University, 663-
7151. cFtc
LOWEST COPY PRICES
IN THE MID-WEST!
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
cFtc
PRIMAL at the Personal Growth Center, 403 Miller,
971-0102. Established since 1972. cF1211

C A R U S O B R AKE M E N
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AMC T H I C K PAW
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C Y N O S U R E M U R P H Y
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RADIO CONTROL equipment-Kraft 3-channel,
World Engines 5-channel, engines, parts, odds and
ends. Call 995-3124, ask for Rich. dM1002

EVENING CLEANING 2 or 3 hours per nig t.
Call697-7818 between 8 and 5. 03H1 004
HELP WANTED immediately-Day waiting, host-
ing, bussing personnel and 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.
HOUSEPARENTS
Married couple to manage residential group home
for eight retarded adolescents. Program focuses on
homelike atmosphere, encouraging residence per-
sonal development only. One member of couple em-
ployed, freeing spouse to pursue other employment
or interests. Position includes salary plus room and
board and health care for couple and additiona
staff. Send resume to P.O. Box 1105, Ann Arbor,
MI 48106.
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 Pl.
NURSES AIDS/ORDERLIES
FULL-PART-TIME
CALL
KELLY HOME CARE
973-9010
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F
cHtc

COZY TWO BIG BEDROOMS-Private beach privi-
leges. $22,500. Terms. Open house 1-5 p.m. 346
Fairmount, Whitmore Lake, Saturday and Sunday.
Vintage Realty. 459-5290. Call Avis. 981-2402. 47R1001

SELLING LEASE-Double in Newberry, dormer
windows, single bed, large closets, spacious. Call
663-0461. 19U930
WOMAN SUBLET- Own room, two bedroom apt.
$134/month and electric. Medical Center Court,
Call Rat ,994-117 after 6.40U1002

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar
0 1977 LOS ANGELES TIMES

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ACROSS
Any kind of matter
The 48th State:

Abbr.
10 Annexes
14 Bugle call: Var.
15 Part of a window
16 Indonesian boat
17 "Star Trek" ship
19 Sleigh
20 Long time
21 Contaminate
22 Army man, for
short
23 In addition
25 Displaying flexi-
bility
27 Actress Rehan
29 Small case
30 100 bani
33 Relay points
36 Some tires
38 Units of play, in
a game
39 Scope
40 The - Cup
44 Rubbed througha

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February's stone
Trouble: Scot.
Certain plants
Stranger
Old card game
Actor Alan
Cuban
phenomenon
Familiar negative
Famous Quaker
Took notes
Chicago's
neighbor
Roman date
Right pert

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Flavoring
Family members
Footrest for

a rider
24 Enthusiastic
26 Hard problem
28 Hopes for
31 Border
32 Secondhand
33 Sovereign
34 Heavy reading
matter
35 - the Great
37 - corn
41 Divide into shares
42 Feeling guilt
43 City sight
44 Relative of 18
Down
49 Thought-
provoking
50 Indications
52 Inter-
53 Covers with

DOWN
1 Source of power
2 Latin-American
dance rhythm
3 Express in words
4 Enemy
5 Sumter, for one
6 Spring month
7 Prince of Monaco
8 Lie-
a 9 Letter
10 Dismay
11 Famous London

WORK STUDY. MTS experience with social science
background and some statistics desirable. Call Ted
Fuller, 764-2554, M-F, 9-5. 61H1002
HELP WANTED-Part-time person with good tele-
phone voice, must for telephone survey. Call 994-
9070 between 1 and 4. 55H1002
$6/HOUR-Two afternoons, treat auto rust spots.
769-1356. 51H929
WORK STUDY JOBS. Pleasant conditions,
Secretarial, 50 wpm, 12 plus hrs. work. Call Diane,
764-7487.
Research reading in British newspaper and related
tasks. $3.50/hour, flexible schedule. Call Mr. Sch-
weitzer, CRSO, 764-7487. 54H1004
COMPANION NEEDED to live-in with senior citizen
in his country home. Good location for WCC stu-
dents-and Eastern students. Couple or single person
desired. If interested call 971-6194. 37H1004
GUARANTEED-$3.00 per hour, 6 people with ples-
ant telephone voices for temporary telephone inter-
view work from our office for 3 week advertising
promotion. $3.00/hr. guaranteed plus liberal bonus.
Hours 9-4 Mon.-Fri. Evening shift available 6-9. Call
Mr. Dooling, 769-2200 at Campus Inn, 615 E. Huron
for appointment. - 36H930
DAY CARE-Single man needs person for 4, 5 and
6 year old children. Afternoons 11:30-5:30 p.m. In
my home Mon.-Fri. $200 per month. Close to Central
campus. Call 761-8813, evenings. 31H1005
COOKS AND PREP Personnel needed. Apply in
person 112W. Washington. 18H1004
PART-TIME HELP NEEDED.at Ann Arbor's lead-
ing men's store. Apply at Marty's, 310 S. State.
17H1004
HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS, ages 20-60, sought for
clinical research project. Reimbursement of $150
for 2 day participation. Involves admission to U of
M Hospital, Clinical Research Unit and giving
blood samples. Contact DR. John Greden, 763-4382
(or 769-9140 if no answer). 58H1004
STUDENT TO DO CLEANING and odd jobs in
faculty home. Five hours/week. 662-9421. 25H929
SALES LADY NEEDED. Experience necessary,
reliable. Apply before 5 with resume. 323 S. Main,
Ann Arbor. cH1002
Radio Station
Promotion
Immrediate
Openings
Interesting telephone work from our offices. $3.50
per hour plus bonuses. Hours 9-2 or 4-9. Call 995-
1474. 320 N. Main, Rm. 420, Merchant Sampler
Advertising.8113

TYPING-Dissertations, theses, manuscripts. Se-
letric II, B.A. English Literature, experienced pro-
fessional typist. Rackham specifications. Rates ne-
gotiable. 665-4524. 61J1211
RIDING LESSONS. Experienced qualified instruc-
tor-trainer. 434.2300. 52J1002
FRATERNITIES-SORORITIES - Plan your fall
formals and holiday parties now. Call 483-1771.
41J1011
THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATIONS, PAPERS, AND RESUMES
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
11 a.m.-6 p.m. 812 South State Street
7 days/week 994-3594
cJtc
SWEDISH LANGUAGE LESSONS, $45-10 lessons.
Native speaker. 668-6511. 12J920
HOUSECLEANING-Done by U-M graduate stu-
dent; excellent worker. References if requested.
Call 995-2388 after 5 p.m. dJ
WRITER'S AIDE, prose specialists. Professional
editing, writing, evaluations and publicity. 662-4816,
557-2755. cJtc
COLLEGIATE RESEARCH PAPERS. Thousands
on file. All academic subjects. Send $1.00 for mail
order catalog. Box 25918-Z, Los Angeles, Calif.
90025. (213) 477-8474. 86J1203
TYPING-Professional/student rates. Fast, reliable
service. Ask for Barbara ,6-4286 24 honurs cJtc

GIANT
FLEA MARKET
Used student furniture-Desks, beds, dressers,
couches, chairs, plus antiques, collectables and
misc. Over 46,000 sq. feet. 6-10 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-
6 p.m. Sat. & Sun. 214 E. Mich. at Park, downtown
Ypsilanti. 49W1002
YARD SALE-Furniture, kitchen items, plants,
sleeping bag and other curiosities. Oct. 1 and 2
at 10:00 a.m., Travers St 50W930
if
you
see
news
e -n
call
76-DAILY

Walk.
Just for the
health of it.
Get moving, America!
March 1-7 1977is
National Physical Education and Sport Week
peoP!
Physical Education Public information
Amrt, Ai ance.5fl ~t:~ or Heaith-
Physical a Ed aton and Recreation
1201 1i S t N W as m on C C 20036
HIARRYS
SURPLUS,
LEVI Prefaded
FASHION JEANS
-10% off
SNORKEL PARKA
rated to -40 deg. F
REG. 59"
Sale Price 5098
LEVI BELLS
and
STRAIGHTLEGS
REG. 14"
Sale Price 1 198
S.A.E.and Metric
RATCHET SOCKET
SETS
REG. 19.98
sale price 10.98
Nickel Cigar 3 lb.
Fiberfill lI
SLEEPING BAG
REG. 37.98
sale price 32.98
HARRY'S
ARMY SURPLUS
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