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Page 10--Wednesday, May 9, 1979-The Michigan Daily

FOR RENT FOR RENT PROA
LOVELY NEIGHBORHOOD near campus. Low GESTALT THERAPY GROUP
p. « rent and exchange for babysitting 6 yr. old. Quiet Wednesday evenings. Fee based on ability to pay.
,The H ighlands student preferred. 663-4770. References desired. Bob Blood PhD, Margaret Blood MA. 769-0040.
LOCA"DON -
NORTH CAMPUS AVAILABLE MAY 15th-Own room in beautiful, A C
quiet, friendly 6-bedroom house. Close to campus/ FRIEeNDSeAE COMMUNITY
One and two bedroom unfurnished apartments for hospital, fall option, full kitchen, parking, large 00-acre Wildlife preservecnkar Chelsea: swin ming,
sailing, canoeing, picnicking, tenting. Allyear
immediate or fall occupancy. Featuring: security backyard, 5120/month plus utilities. Grad/profes- membershipo$5/aup; children free. Brochure from
lock system, drapes, dishwasher, tennis courts and sional preferred. 663-3726. 05C511 Bloods, 2005 Penneraft, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. cF525
swimming pool. Buses to and from central campus IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
daily One bedroom and two bedroom apts. Now available. OFFSET AND XEROX
C AL LFurnished. Includes heat, water and parking. Across FAST LOW COSTDUPLICATING
from U of M Stadium. 2 blocks from campus bus
stop.SansSouci Apts..1036S. Main.994-3955. eCtc COPYQUICK-769-0560
-- - - ~1217 S. University
ONE BEDROOM apartment for $240.00, available cFtc
Or visit the Resident Manager at 1693 Broadway, September 1. Hill and Packard. All utilities paid
Al~~t . Be~tweme IM HBlg and Pcapu. all utt 70-aAEid.2NT A

CAMP TRAILS Skyline backpack. Excellent condi-
tion. Call Jill,769-1341 evenings. 1IB509
LT. GREEN SHAG CARPETING & PAD. 10Sx12.
Goodcondition. Call 662-4736. dB
OLD WESTIDE, room in house. Semi-vegetarian,
non-smoking, interested in gardening. 663-7962.
dC510
BICYCLE-Fugi Model Ace Racer. Paid $475, ask-
ing2M. Excellent condition.662-7144. 01B510
FOR THE BEST IN WATER BEDS remember to
come see Waterworks Waterbeds at 3066 Packard
near Platt. 971-1355. cBtc

Apt. 302- Between IM Bldg. and campus. Call Joel at 764-
MANAGED BY, 0071. 03C509
REAUME & DODDS IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
2-BDRM. apt. in house. Campus Rentals, 665-8825.
Management Co. cCtc
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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
021979 Los Angelon Thnm sy.dkalo
ACROSS 52 Yankee territory 24 Woven threads
1 Closes 54 Over: Prefix 26 Vast area
8 Site of the Hale 56 Moslem Moro 27 Part of the
telescope chief American Plan
15 Barbecue locale 59 Famous theatri- 28 Outsider
16 Promote cal family 29 What a hold
17 Storage place of 61 Scandinavian holds
a sort surname 31 Is suitable
18 Miss Ruth of 65 High priest 33 Lift
modern dance following Aaron 34 Devices in the lab
19 Dialecticform of 67 "Perils" girl 35 Body of doctrines
"be not" 69 Symbol of height 37 Runner
20 Counterfeit 70 Relative of Nan 38 Food carrier
22 Paying strictest 71 The voters' wish 41 Work surface
attention 72 Hart akin to a table
23 Bird sound DOWN 43 Island republic
25 Where Innsbruck 1 Make a - at 46 Like a bee's cell -
is 2 Hither 49 Not-
27 Term referring to 3 Heavenly bear 51 Moved around
the speed of sound 4 Deep furrow confusedly
30 Many a time 5 December visitor 53 North, south of
32 Orchestrated 6 Genus of fiddler the border
36 mi crabs 55 100 pence
37 Dampish 7 Lucre 56 Think
39 Poetic muse 8 Annoying: Colloq. 57 Part of Edison's
40 Emergency flight 9 Varies name
of a special type 10 Conducted 58 Cardinal suffix
42 School course 11 WWII military 60 Fence verbally
44 Lawful operation 62 Locale
45 Beau 12 "Give a - horse 63 Heraldic term
47 Hammett's Spade he can ride.." 64 At no time:
48 Faulkner family 13 On the end Poetic
50 Seaside resort of 14 Sit quietly 66 Genus of grasses,
SW Scotland 21 Courtroom Indian corn
51 Butte's cousin figures: Abbr. 68 Chemical suffix -
1 2 3 " 5 7 1 " 11 12 13 1 1
15 16
17 1$
19 20 21 2
23 2 25 6
27 2 29 30 31 2 3 P4 5
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FALL 1979 CAMPUS
We are currently leasing efficiencies and I bedroom
modern. furnished apartments for next fall. Stop by
or Call Dahlmann Apartments. 543 Church, 761-7600.
Daily 95. cCtc
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY-1 bedroom furnished
apartment. air-conditioning. ideal location. Avail-
able May-Aug. $200.00/month. Dahlmann Apts. Ltd.,
761-7601.eCtCe
GRAND OPENING
RENTAL HOMES
Brand new homes with fireplace, cathedral ceiling,
two-car garage with automatic opener, four bed-
rooms or three bedrooms and family room, full
basement, large wood deck, use of tennis court
and heated pool. Approx. 1i miles from campus
off W. Liberty. Dahlmann Apts. Ltd., 761-7600.
eCtc
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT at a Jewish
rooming house, spring/summer discount prices.
:fall/winterleases. 769-3078. pcCtc
PE RSON A L
NEW OPENING HOURS-Billiards and Bowling.
Open 11:30 a.m. Mon.-Fri., 1 p.m. Sat., Sun. at
the Union. cF512
BEIT MIDRASH CLASSES beginning now at Hillel:
Basic Judaism, Prayer Book Hebrew, Beginning
Hebrew Folk Guitar, and Readings in Maimonides.
For information call Hillel,663-3336. cF511
MIXED LEAGUE BOWLING Wednesday nights.
Sign up now. Union Lanes. 50g por game. Open
11:36a.m. Mon.-Fri., lp.m. Sat. &Sun. cF5l2
NATIVE ENGLISH speakers needed tohelp English
Language Institute students, practice conversa-
tional English as conversational partners. Language
exchange possible with Japanese, Spanish, Arabic,
Persian, and some others. To volunteer call ELI
at 764-24138-12, 1-5. 31F511
GEMINI-Are you BORED? Join the Gemini club
now starting. The only object is fun. Call 662-3431
eves. 22F515
UM STYLISTS at the Union open 8:30 a.m. to
5:15 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Professional hair care services
and RK products. cF512
FEARLESS DISCIPLINE
A public talk on Buddhist meditation by Mr. David
McCarthy, personal representative of the Venerable
Trungpa Rinpoche, at the Friends Meeting House,
1420 Hill Street-Friday, May 11 at 8 p.m. $2.50.
Information: 665-4481. 27F511
PRIMAL/FEELING THERAPY-The Personal
Growth Center.403Miller,971-0102. cFtc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
S A N G A L PS C H A M P
T R 1 0 M A R L E
I A A A M
F LE D H O C U S P O C U S
FE R NS A BC S
P O S t IM A S T E R T 0 N E
AC Q U P L E MALBA N I
S A LE O N E S T E P
R D A Y
T T N W1
P Q

MAKE LOV/E! -NOT WAR
(it's good forour business:
Austin Diamond
1209S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
c
H ELP W ANT ED
ANN ARBOR "Y" youth basketball instructors.
Saturdaymorning program.0663-0536. 26H515
CONSUMER ACTIVISTS
Work with Michigans largest and most effective
consumer organization. Michigan Citizen's Lobby is
seeking talented and people-oriented individuals to
canvass and fund-raise for consumer issues. In-
volves extensive interpersonal contact with the
public. Full-time salaried positions with advance-
ment opportunities. For an interview, call 663-
6824between12noonand2p.m. 17H510
NORTHERN MICH. Summer Camp has the follow-
ing positions open-Arts and Crafts instructors,
WSI (swim instructor), Sailing instructors. Call
(616)355-3114. 24H515
NURSES
Cedar Point Amusement Park on Lake Erie has
several seasonal openings for Registered Nurses
or graduated nurses with an interim permit. Will
work 40 hrs. per week. Must be available from
early May through Labor Day. Excellent hourly
wage. Housing available on premises. Spend the
Summer at one of America's finest recreation
resorts. Interested persons should call 419/626-0830,
Ext. 2321, or write Cedar Point Personnel Office,
Sandusky, OH 48870. (An equal opportunity em-
ployer). 25HS10
CHILDCARE ACTION CENTER needs Outreach
students to work and play with children ages 2-6
years. Spring and/or Summer term. Call 764-3847.
29H512
COLLEGE STUDENT WANTED to assist handi-
capped man and help with inside and outside-
tasks. Will trade for room, board, and loving family!
Call995-8855. 3H518
GARDENING AND OUTDOOR WORK. Own trans-
portation necessay. Hours adjustable. 971-7052.
$4.00oper hour. 15H509
HOUSECLEANING, own transportation required.
Flexiblehours. 971-7052. $4.00 perhour. 14H509
PSYCHOLOGIST WANTS to meet persons who at
some point in their lives have undergone an experi-
ence in religious conversion, a marked change in
lifestyle, a shift in political beliefs, etc. If you hve
experienced such a transition in your life and might
be willing to share confidentally your understand-
ing of this change, please contact Dr. Barratt at
764-1589 between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., weekdays.
Some reimbursement for your time is possible.
10H512
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN for repair of com-
munications equipment. Experience and minimum
2nd class operator's license necessary. Call Diane
Delatorre.662-1247 to apply. 93H518
WANTED-Disc Jockeys for AM radio station.
Interested persons should attend Mass Meeting
Wednesday, May 9 at 8:00 p.m. in the Student
Activities Building. 0H509
LIVE IN BABYSITTER, mature female. 8 p.m.-
7:30a.m. 3children. Howell (517) 548-1546. 85H511
(ContinuedonPage11)
TEACHERS
A K-f8 grades. Low income Catholic
schools inTexos. small monthly sti-
pend, furnished housing and basic
needs provided. Begin Aug. 12.
Write voluntoarnso Educational
and Socia sevicesl Sox N, M1
Souh Congess. Austin. Texas
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