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Tuesday, April 19, 191/

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USED CARS
1966 PONTIAC CATALINA. Runs
well. Needs body work. 663-6892.
40N419
'67 DODGE DART. Dependable.
Some rust holes. $250, 769-2377.
83N419

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ROOMMATES

WANTED TO RENT ,
STUDIO or one bedroom with piano,
Vay-June. 668-8378. 92L419£

MALE ROOMMATE needed, grad or WANTED TO BUY
professional student. May 1-Sept. 1, ------ -----
fall Option. Own room, swimming We buy used and new ORIENTAL
pool, hospital area. Call Bill, 761- RUGS. 769-8555, 995-7597. cK419
3162. 36Y419 -

VSUBLT--We need one woInan for'
own room in cooperative house near
Packard & State for spring-summer.
Call 994-5615. 02419
LBJ said "I never trust a man
unless I gat his pecker in my
pocket" Which is why I'd like to
share *1th a woman m large, mod-
ern 2-bdrm. apt. from May-Aug.
862-0230. 99Y419
TWO PEOPLE needed for big house
close to campus. Parking, May-May
lease, cheap. 994-9088-4iorton.
43Y419
FEMALE Grad/Professional - Own
room, beautiful, sunny older apt.
near Aerrytown. Fireplace, fall op-
tion. 682-3153-days; 665-0896-eve-
nings. 08Y419
FALL-WINTER: WANTED: 3rd fe-
nale to share larger bedroom in 2-.
bedroom, 3-pers6n apt. Carpeting,
t/c, parking, close to campus. $100/
m0. 8 minth lease. Call 764-3919 or
764-199o. 92Y419
NT!0!! 3 in house, own rooms, nice
west-stide, $100, wash-dry, garage,
6/77-5/78, negotiable. 764-6611, Bob.
93Y419
ROOMMATS needed to share two
bedroom apartment May-August,
87.5/month. Call 994-4218 after 6:00.
68T4191
NON-SMOKING MALE looking for
apt, for Fail. Willing to share room
with another. Would like to pay up
to $100/month if possible. 682-7752
after 6 p.m. d7419
WANTED: 2 men and 1 woman jor
cooperative household, lease through
Aug, '78; starting dates May 1 to
Sept. 1. Grad or working person.
Call 761-8540. 63Y416
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RESPONSIBLE Christian woman
seeks roommate and/or room in
house or apt. Call Sharon, 665-5136.
93Y419
FEMALE ROOMMATE - to share a
one bedroom apt. for spring term
(May/June). S. Forest near S. Uni-
versity. Large and air conditioned.
Call 668-8629. 52Y419
1 WOMAN needed to share double
for fall. Attractive cankpus ap irt-
ment. $90/mo. 662-1950. 56Y419
WANTED: One w,.n aia (studtoi.') to
comlntete modern apt. for Fall. Next
to new IM. Call 995-3623. s47419
KOSHER-vegetarian roommate. Own
room. Esther, 665-5136. 94Y419
1 MALE ROOMMATE wanted for 4-
man, 2-bdrm. apt., a/c, dishwasher,
parking, $50/mo. May-August. Ph.
662-9492. 28Y419
WANTED TO RENT
NON-SMOKING sports nut needs
place for Sept.-May. Will take full
share of expenses. Phone 764-0700.
dL419
EFFICIENCY APT. or shared house/
apt. or room. May-May, sought by
responsibl, grad strident writing dis-
sertation. Non-smoker, vegetarian.
Call Roger at 663-0536, room 327.
46L419
15 YR. 'U' STAFF member wishes to
rent unfurnished one bedroom and/
or effieency( furnished or unfur-
nished) apt., prefer near campus,
with parking (prefer under cover).
Have rented from same owners over
10 yrs. Want long-term lease. Please
write Box 8, Michigan Daily. d

HELP WANTED
COUNSELORS: CAMP WAZIYATAH
FOR GIRLS, HARRISON, MAINE.
FINAL OPENINGS: Tennis (varsity)
or skilled players); Aquatic Director;
Swimming (WSI); Boating, Canoe-
ing, Sailing; Waterskiing; Gymnas-
tics; Archery; Team Sports; Arts &
Crafts; Pioneering a, Trips. Season:
June 27 to August 22.
Write details: Director, Box 153.
Great Neck, N.Y. 11022. Tel. 516-
482-4323. 92H505
COUNSELORS-Waterfront and Arts
and Crafts. Jewish Day Camp. 995-
2337. dH619
AMATEUR TALENT needed for
gong show night to be held at Abi-
gals Dirty Shame Saloon (opening
in this area soon. Call between 11
a.m. and 4 p.m. 1-588-0448 and ask
for Ed, or between 1-5, 434-9758,
ask for Gail. 27H419
PIZZA DELIVERY drivers. Part-time
only for spring-summer term. Start
immediately, must be 18-no car ne-
cessary. Apply in person only after
4 p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw
Place. 35H419
EXPERIENCED commercial pro-
grammer required for software firm.
Summer applicants accepted. Write
P.O. Box 2109 or call 769-4458.
37H491
SRADIOADVERTISING sales posi-
tion. WIQB am 103 and WNRS radio
has an opening for an advertising
sales person. Responsibilities include
the servicing of existing clients as
well as new business development.
Your efforts will be concentrated on
WRNS, Washtenaw County's mod-
ern country radio station. A success-
ful sales track record desired, but
highly motivated individuals with
self discipline and ability to com-
municate will be considered. Radio
Ann Arbor is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. Please send resume to
Mark Sciumeca, WIQB/WNRS Radio,
P.O. Box 5, Ann Arbor, Mi. 48107.
662-2881. 26H419
COMPUTER STORE SALESPERSON
Software-oriented salesperson need-
ed for what is becoming the world's
best and biggest computer store. We
are looking for a conscientious and
reliable individual who gets satisfac-
tion from helping others use and
develop software, rather than per-
sonally developing it. Minn & Micro
computer programming experience
necessary. An exciting position for
the right person. Send letter w,
background and salary requirements
to, 1250 N. Main, Ann Arbor, MI
48104. 17H419
ADDRESSERS WANTED immediate-
ly! Work at home-no exper. neces-
sary. Excellent pay. Write American
Service, 8350 Park Lane, Suite 269,
Dallas, TX 75231. 74H419
TEACHING OPENINGS
Beth Israel i3 seeking qualified
teachers for afternoon H e b r e w
school, 1977-78. Call Rabbi Kensky,
663-5543. 46H419
WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTORS
FOR JEWISH DAY CAMP. CALL
905-2337. dH419
EMPLOYMENT WANTED, part-time
for Spring Term. References, etc. on
request. Call Phil, 994-5806. dH418
STAYING in Ann Arbor this sum-
mer? Diabled woman needs strong,
reliable person to aid w/meals,
dressing, etc, Mornings, some eve-
nings. 763-3000 days; 662-2734 eve-
nings, weekends. 34H419

HELP WANTED
SUMMER - Personal attendants to
assist disabled individuals. Hours
flexible. Ann Arbor Center for Inde-
pendent Living, 971-0277. 18H417{
STRONG, RESPONSIBLE New York-I
er needed for trucking venture at
end of term. Richard, 764-1015.
29H419
KITCHEN HELP wanted. Apply in
peron.112W.Washington. 9411419
TENNIS INSTRUCTORS, head pro,
assistant pro and camp positions;
good playing and teaching back-
grounds, good income and interest-
ing work; locations in eight states;,
call (301) 654-3770, Robert Reade. ,
04H417
HOUSE MANAGERS for residential
treatment program, for young emo-
tionally disturbed adults. Related
experience and managerial ability.
Positions begin July 1st. Call 995-1
0318 or 769-7535 for further informa-
tion. 00 1419
HELP WANTED: the University Cel-
lar will be taking applications on
April 4-11 for Fall Book Rush 1976.
Further information may be obtain-
ed at Info Desk in rear of Cellar,
basement of Michigan Union. M-F
9:30-5:30, Sat. 12-5, closed Sunday.
52H608
MURRAY HOTEL, Mackinac Island,
49757. Needs summer cooks, secre-
tary, bartenders, maintenance, piano
players and personnel for rotation
betwn. food service, waitressing and
housekeeping. Send complete res-
ume, work experience, recent photo
and 1st and 2nd job choice to above
address. 26H419
MOTHER'S HELPER-LIVE-IN
MAY-AUGUST
responsible, enthusiastic, genuine
love and respect for children-super-
vise 6 year old daughter, light
housekeeping, good swimmer, refer-
ences. Palmer Woods area, Detroit.
368-3035. 45H419
OLAN MILLS STUDIO now taking
applications for telephone solicitors,j
morning and evening shifts. Call1
769-8796. 1711419 1
FOR SALE!

'64 VW CAMPER. Looks new, no
rust. New paint, carpeted. A-1 en-
gine, $925. 663-7955. 21N419
1970 VW Bus,
Best Offer
1435 South Blvd.
665-7307
16N4191
OLDS 98 L.S. 4-door. Air, all power,
new brakes. Must sell. 761-1248. cNtc
'73 VW Campmobile, with pop-top,-
auto. trans., Ziebart, radio, etc,
cond. $2900. 434-3491 evenings and
weekends. 43N4191
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING DONE in my home. Fast,
accurate, reasonable. Call Isabel,
973-9618. cJtc
THE SECRETARIAT
Typing. Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
FAULTLE8 one-week thesis bind-
ing. Academy Book Bindery, 122 1
Brooks, (off Miller) 995-4000. 59J419I
F'LUTE fISTRUOM~R 60 ftcUity
of thrts sli . Mmber ofdr6-
fessional duo. Will teach begita-
ning-advaneed students i stwme.
Ten min. drite from campus. 429-
9241. sJ417
STUDENT TYPING - Professional,l
reasonable rates. 994-4309, ask for
Barbara. cJ419;
TYPING AND PRINTING. IBM
Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 .,
Michigan, Ypsilanti. 485-4800. cJtr
TYPING - DissertatiOns, theses,'
manuscripts. Selectric ix, B.A. list-
lish literature, experiftwed profes-t
sional typist. 603-4524. 40314194
STEPHEN S
PROFESSIONAL
TYPEWRITING
SERVICEl
EXCELLENCE IN TYPE
DISSERTATIONS
THESES - MANUSCRIPTS

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Prescription sunglasses, black
plastice case. Please call 769-4211.
52A419
CAT LOST near campus. Black and
white with spot on lip. Reward. 668-
6149. 90A419
TRAVEL
LOW COST flights to Europe from
$259. Israel from $469, plus Africa
and the Far East.
Call Toll Free Europe In't. LTD.
(800) 223-7676
20P419:
LOW COST TRIPS to ports and vil-
lages in the South Pacific.. Free
catalogue: Goodman's GoodTravell
Tours, Dept. MI, 5332 College Ave..
Oakland, CA 94618. 03P419
EUROPE - Flexibly and Inexpen-
sively, Call European Flights. Toll-
Free. 1-800-848-0786. 96P504
PERSONAL
FRIENDS OF DAVID WERBER! ;
Come to his birthday party this Sat-
urday. Call for address. 09F419,
HIGH SCORE for the week on the
T-SHIRT MACHINE
wins an original "Pinball Wizard's'
T-shirt at the Cross-Eyed Moose,
613 E. Liberty. cF419
THE. V'P'RMW n ' V

PERSONALI
YOM
HA'ATZMAUT
CELEBRATION
Israelr
Independence
Day'
Film: ."Wall in Jerusalem," Wed..
April 20, 8:00 p.m. at Hillel. 14291
Hill St.
TTHURSDAY NOON
ON DIAG
Entertainment, Israeli folk dancing,1
singing. cF419j
NEED A SLEEP-MATE? Can't Study?{
Dorm-Apartment too noisy? Light
Sleeper? Insomnia? Restless Chil-
dren? Night Noises? The FANTASTIC3
new SLEEP-MATI Absolutely Guar-,
antees Relief. FREE BROCHURE.
SLEEP-MATE, Box 382-M, Orem,
Utah 84057. 02F419
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtcG

PERSONAL
A PERIODICAL RETREAT offers;
you Ann Arbor's finest collection
of foreign magazines, literary and
scholarily quarterlies, and alterna-
tive press publications. 316 S. State,!
663-0215. cF419
STARDATE 7704.19:GLC
High concentration ionic storm
ahead. Come about to 504mark77,
Sulu. Uhara, launch recording buoy
for the duration. Rendezvous 7704.27,
71st level of RenCen with entire
crew complement. Supplemental log
to follow sub-space as soon as pos-
sible, normal channels. c.urchin out.
56F419
HOSPITALITY begins with some-
thing from our wine cellar and
liquor department. Village Apothe-
cary, 1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
tradition. Call 761-0942 anytime.

PERSONAL
WHAT'S NEW in face and eye
make-up? At the Vilage Apothecary
we will enjoy taking the time to
show you. Village Apothecary, 1112
S. University Ave. ! cFtc
BABYSIT and light housekeeping
for mature sitter. Part-time, 3-4
days. Able to cook. Own car,. and
flexible for working father. 769-1400.
or 971-1248. . cHtc
CHOOSING AN
ELECTIVE FOR
SPRING TERM?
Be in a 'paid experiment on course
selection.
Interested?
Call .764-9442
Anytime, Day or Night
54F406
DON'T PAY for a store's overhead

_ _-"_-- -. -.---- - ---. via high mark-up. For the area's
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS lowest prices and finest qualities
Through B e h a v i o r Modification, possible on an engagement ring,
Wolverine Institute, 973-1480. cFtc shop Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Uni-
versity, 663-7151. cFtc
D ISSE RTAT ION A PERIODIAL RETREAT. Ann
Arbor's finest periodical shop. 316
SPECIAL Sstate. 663-0215. -cF328

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,'r'*ErYNARBOrKS ARE IN! PREGNANT? Need help?
Come to the Student Publications Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-
Bldg., 420 Maynard, behind Student 1283.. Pregnancy tests available.
Services Bldg., this week to pick up ---
your copy-10 a.m. to 4 p.m. THE YPSI-ANN ARBOR LANES and
YEARBOOKS ARE IN! dF419 LOUNGE, open bowling available at
the following times: Sunday-Monday
SHOP THE APOTHECARY Drugj and Tuesday at 9:30. Friday 6:30-
Store and Save. Village Apothecary, 9:30, and 11:30-2:00 a m. 98F419
1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc

LOWEST PRICE
I N TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES'
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQU ICK
1217 S. University
769-0560

XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFto
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY
80 acre wildlife preserve near Chel-
sea: Swimming, sailing, camping, ca-
noeing, picnicking. All-year mem-
bership $50 per adult, children free.
Brochure from Bloods, 2005 Penn-
craft, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. 63F419

MUST SELL Reasonable Rates
Pioneer SX-828 stereo receiver and Academic/Professional
Dual 1229 turntable. $225. Call 663- Personalized IBM $Selectric Type
3944. 98B419 Ragged Right and Justified Margins
- -- ------ - Error-Free. Satisfaction Guarabteed.
tIIKING BOOTS, men's "Fabiano- EDITING. PRINTING. LETTERING.
72-new $47, now $29. Call Roger, CASSETTE TRANSCRIPTION
663-0536, room 327. 45B419 TELEPHONE DICTATION
Pick-up and Delivery
SHEEPSKIN - 2 coats, size 7 and Confidential
10. $150/best offer. 1 rug, $100/best' P O Box 181 Ypsilanti, Mich.
offer. MUST SELL. United Audio Ms. Stephens 434-1984
Turntable, $250 new, 2 yrs, old, UU .cJtS-
firm. Call 665-7106 or 662-5181.
89B4191 MUSICAL MDSE,,
E.E. and MATH Library pace for RADIOS, REPAIRS
SR-52 calculators. New, Call 764-
5968, eves. 34B419 GREAT NEW Harmony Guitar-
.Must sell! Do call 764-5968. 35X419
TICKETS 0bA %31 %% _

ADDRESSERS WANTED immediate-
ly! Work at home-no exper. neces-
sary. Excellent pay. Write American
Service, 8350 Park Lane, Suite 269
Dallas, TX 75231. 74H414
See LAST TIME in sublet column.
98F419
RESERVE an appointment and learn
the facts about diamonds so your
engagement ring purchase will be
worth your while and a unique ex-
perience. Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
University, 663-7151. cFtc
AN OVERWEIGHT, INTELLIGENT,
hopeful woman wants to meet simi-
lar women who are interested in get-
ting together as a group. Primary
purpose of group would be to MOVE
rhythmically, gently, sensuously, in
order to start feeling our bodies,
getting into them, maybe even lik-
ing them! An important secondary
purpose would be to provide a sup-
port group (or groups) for each
other. We 'could lend each other
strength whatever the range of our
goals, whether they are surviving
in school, establishing and surviving
in relationships, raising kids better,
losing weight or whatever. Let's get
together to establish the organiza-
tional details. I have several ideas to
share anal would be excited to hear
yours. Call Mary, evenings and
weekends at 662-0028. 49F419
WE GIVE A 15% DISCOUNT on
contact lens preparations. Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
WHAT'S NEW IN FACE & eye
make-up? At the VillageApothecary
We will enjoy taking the time to
show you. Village Apothecary, 1112
S. University Ave. cFtc
MASSAGE PERSONS wanted. $8.00
per hour. Will train. Phone 668-9755.
33H419
CAROL AND PHYLLIS F.-
I LOVE YOU BOTH. MADLY4

1 NEED 6 tickets for graduation.
Will pay $2.25 per. Phone 862-7968,
ask for Nancy. 04Q419
NEED 4 Graduation Tickets, will pay
$2 each. Call Wendy, 995-4018.
PHOTO SUPPLIES
NEED CAMERAS? Pentax Spotmatic
F w/50mm 11.4 Pentax Spotmatic
oody, 28mm f2.8 Super Takumar,
135mm f3.5 SMC Takumar, and,
200mm f3.5 Promaster. All treated
with loving care. $350 firm takes
all or will separate. Alan. 662-2829.
dD41V

SPEAKERS, 1 pr. DCM Time win-
dows for sale, plus other high-end
equip. Cali 662-7293. 75X419
EPIPHONE Bass Guitar, $175. Apollo
Music Center, 769-1400. cX410
GREAT BUYS on some excellent
guitars. Guaranteed to be satisfied
with sound and price. Call Dan,
665-5405. cXtd
STEREO COMPONENTS
20-40% OFF on most brands. Be
smart-don't over pay. Call B.L. Co.,
995-9337, Mon.-Sat., 11-6. cXtc
MISCELLANEOUS

The new Roots are made of soft, natural Canadian leather with foam padided
leather insoles for barefoot comfort. And all have the brand new sole that
makes the comfort of Roots one of the nicest feelings on two feet

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THEOPHILUS. cFtcj
SEE OUR COSMETICIAN for your
make-up needs. Village Apothecary,
1112 S. Univ. Ave, cFtc,

BIRMINGHAM
123 W. Maple
647-4220

LAKESIDE
Sterling Heights
247-4800

ANN ARBOR
314 S. State
994-0600

FAIRLANE
Dearborn
593-1350

ROOTS NAIIJRAL FOOTWEAR

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BIKES, SCOOTERS NEEDED: Students for psochology
study. Paper and pencil question-
WOMAN'S 3-speed bike. Metal sad- naires; do on own. Pay. Takes sever-
dle-bags. Needs work. 662-7821. al hours. Call Nancy, 764-8360, 10-12,
22Z419 4 2-4 for more info. 08M419

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In recent weeks this publication has work together?
carried a series of messages from
Armco. This series of Armco messages FREE-Armco's
has talked about your job-how low
profits, scarce energy, overregulation, iI ta lk
rabid environmentalism and thought- how to get a job
less affirmative action for equal rights
may hurt your chance of finding the We've got a free booklet to help
job you-want. get a job. Use it to set yourself a
Each of these issues will have an above the crowd. We answer 50
impact on America's ability to create questions you'll need to know. Li
the 18,000,000 more jobs we'll need you should bone up on compani
over the next ten years. We believe it's like. What to do after the first in
important for everybody to think view. Hints to make you a more
about these issues from several points sive, attractive job candidate. A
of view. The economics and' technology prepared for Armco by a consul
involved, as well as the politics. firm specializing in business rec
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COOPERATION
At Armco, we're working with many
people to try to get things done. We're
asking government officials-local,
state and national -what they want us
to do to help them in their work. We're
showing them what we need to keep
our plants running and people on the
job. We're trying to stop saying: "We
can't:' We hope other people will stop
saying: "You must' We ought to both
start saying: "Let's work together'
We don't have all the answers.
But we're trying to look at each issue
thoughtfully, so we can at least discover
the pertinent questions.
Next time you hear somebody
demand that an'bodv else do some-
thing, maybe you should ask: "Has this
idea ever been discussed with whoever
will have to carry it out?" Getting those
18,000,000 more jobs we need may
depend on how well we all work
together.
ARMCO wants yOur plain talk
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Does our message make sense" We d
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