Tuesday, July 30, 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
EXTREMELY NICE p
ON-CAMPUS APARTMENTS I
Sharon, our rental associate will be
glad to help you with your housing
STOP BY - OR CALL HER
1335 S. University
SHIPPING-RECEIVING, general lab-
orer, Plymouth area. Start $3.75 an
hour, room for advancement. Re-
spond to P.O. Box No. 3, Plymouth
4 hours/day, 2tor 3 days a work.
Call 71-170 after 9 am. 57R801
NEWSPAPER advertising salesperson
wanted to cover Ann Arbor area.
High commission, rewarding career.
Permanent position for program-
ming on-line, real-time, psycholog-
ical experiments on PDP-8/E with
8K and disc. Small machine, assem-
bly language experience essential.
References. U-M, Room 1062 Mental
Health Res e a r ch Institute,2 35
Washtenaw Place. 62803
MEDICAL DOCUMENTS. Knowl-
edge of medical terminology re-
quired. Full or part time perma-
nent positions available-3 shifts.
FonexCorporation, 410 W. Huron,
,al 761-1115 Monday-Fridy, 8:30-
BABYSITTER, part-time, mature'
person for 3 yr. old girl. $2/hr.
Own transportation, references. Be-
gin late Aug. 769-9868. 16H731
MEDICAL transcriptionist, experi-
enced only, full time day or after-
noon shift. Salary commensurate
with ability. Fonea Corporation, 410
W. Huron, call 761-1115 Monday-Fri-
day, 8:30-4:30. 21H802
WANTED TO RENT
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FOR FALL-Quiet woman grad stu-
dent seeking own room in apt., or
house with other grads near Medi-
cal Center. Or will rent efficiency
($120 max.). Write Germaine, 2412
Edgewater Dr., Niceville Fla. 32578
or call (904) 678-2918 nites. 428023
28 YEAR OLD MAN with two well
behaved cats is looking for a large
room with a window and kitchen
privileges. Call John Priebe, 668-9085
after 5. 31L01
Household Goods MOVING SALE-
818H enry. 761-1391. 58B803
WE BUY, SELL, appraise used and
new oriental rugs. Persian House,
320 E. Liberty, 769-8555, 973-1678.
USED MANUAL ROYAL typewriter.
$35. 65-010. 22B731
1967 CHEVY VAN. Good condition.
Great for camping. $600 or best
offer. 668-7884. 07801
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY:
and much more
PLEASE CALL 761-0112
between 1-6 p.m. for info.
TOYOTA ANN ARBOR
907 N. Main, 769-7935
GOOD TYPING-Pickup, delivery to
Student Union. 973-776, 2731
TUTORING, EE, Statistics, Math,
Computers. Call Walt, 769-2256. cJtc
TYPING and EDITING. Call Jean.
994-3594, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. cJtc
SPECIAL CERAMIC TILE - Bath
5x6x4" materials and labor, $189.
Call 483-4615. cJtc
ROOM A ND BOARD -
FEMALE NEEDS own room in house
for fall. Near Frieze bldg. Penelope,
WANTED-Couple to sail and share
expenses on 36' Columbia Aug. 3-10,
25 years or older. 663-0682. 24BB731
CANOES FOR RENT. Day or
overpaight. Drop and pickup service
$10 daily. 761-7630. cBto
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
SCHWINN Suburban 5 speed, one
year old, perfect condition. Light,
basket, huge chain and lock. $95.
John, 665-4282 persistently. 11Z801
FOR SALE-1972 Yamaha 360 En-
duro with extras. Must sell. Call
Bob, 665-0166. 60Z01
1969 HONDA CL-350. 8300 miles, ex-
cellent body and engine. $375. 662-
'71 PLYMOUTH Duster, automatic,
power steering, 6 cylinder, radio,
$1500. 665-0397. 49N801
'65 CORVAIR, good transportation,
condition, best offer ($75). 769-1528.
PORSCHE '66, 912 Koni, Abarth,
Dunlops. Mechanically good, body
rust. 662-6360 eves. 61N803
FIAT, 1971, 124 Special Sedan, good
condition. 769-3578. 35N801
TRIUMPH TR 6, 1969. Good condi-
tion. Must sell. 485-0936. 13N731
BRING YOUR TITLE
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
1971 SPITFIRE. Red mas, radials,
lke new. $2295.
!972 SPITFIRE. Brown. 4-speed,
radial clean. $2595.
1972 DATSUN 510 4-door sedan. 4-
speed, Perelli radials, sharp.
X972 VOLKSWAGEN S u p e r b u g.
Bright orange finish, 4-speed, AM-
PM. like new. Priced to sell.
1973 SUBARU GL coupe. Tach 4-
sneed, radials, radio, accent stripes,
7700 miles, 6 month warranty, extra
sharp FWD automobile.
1972 R-2 MAZDA. Two door coupe,
one owner, 4-speed transmission, ra-
dio, white vinyl top, white interior,
silver blue finish, radial tires. Just
like new. Priced to sell at .0. $2895
-70 JAGUAR 6-cylinder, XKE coupe,
chrome wire wheels, 4-speed. British
racing green finish. A classic at
(Spring sale now in progress on
all used Toyotas)
907 N. Main
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Black female cat with red
collar. Broadway-Island Drive area.
Reward. 663-7693. 39A730
LOST-4 m, old male kitten. Black
with white markings on chest and
belly. Wound on right rear side.
LOST: Tan 7-month-old dog, S.
University and Church. Answers to
Tocco. Reward. 665-2114. 07A717
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod, or CLASSIFIED
raditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
j; BE HA-PP-ER - ADVERTISING
BE HAPPIER - . .POLICY
ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS
HAVE WHAT YOU'VE AD deadline is 12 noon the day
ROOMMATESefore pubtin (4 p.m. Fr. foI
ROOMMATES ALWAYS WANTED S Bun.) incIdingcrrto nad
FALL RENTAL. Bedroom for 2 in Unless you've got something else sonsetlat fo mTe Daily is not
TV atcon frnitc re.Co atio: Wrdesdys 1-9 pm, Room incorrect in ertion of an ad.
662-9459. 48Y802 2207 in the Union. Advertisements may be removed
Sintlogybi anappied from pulictinbut will b
4TH ROOMMATE needed for Fall religioso philosphy illed according to oiginal hum-
in bi-level apt. on Church near eFtc h er of days ordered. This policy
campus. $87 mon. Call after 5:30, - ------- is also applicable to ads requir-
763-6985 Don Mike. 40Y731 RESERVE an appointment and bog pre-payment, i.e. no refunds.
learn the facts about diamonds so Informaton regarding content of
1-2 FEMALE GRAD students share your engagement ring purchase will classified ads cannot be dis-
2-bdrm. modern apt. Fall/Winter, be worth your while and a unique closed prior to publication. Ad-
3 blocks School Public Health. Bal-. perience. Astin Diamond, 1209 S. vertisers names may never be
cony, A/C, carpet, parking. Call University, 663-7151. mPH revealed.
65-6755 after 6:30 p.m. 26Y30 GEO R G E ALEXANDER believes, Number of lines in advertise-
FOURTH W OM A N NEEDED for "Justice delayed is justice denied." ment is determined by total
Forest apartment. Eight month (Pd. pol. ad.). 70F31 number of words-5 words/line,
lease. Call Deb at 994-0233. dY730 "Help Wanted" ads cannot dls-
ARBOR INSTANT criminate on the basis of sex,
ROOMMATES WANTED- or 3 peo- color, creed, or national origin to
ple to live in house on Kingsley. PRINTING any extent (i.e. "preferably" is
Must be pleasantly corrupt and Offset Printing, Xerox, Typing, still dscrimiatry).
willing to live in squalor and de- Wedding and Social Announcements "Found" ads are run free-of-
s5ir. Call Ed, 561-1630 or John, 21 4 . 4th Ave.-994-4664 charge to a maximum of 3 lines
563-2515 in Deroit. tOYO_ _ for 3 days.
KOSHER ROOMMATE(S) wanted PIN B L _
for fall. Call collect, 1-545-3065.
SUBLET 1217A BOWL AT THE UNION
WIN A FREE GAME
2 BEDROOM APT. on Kingsley, Ann S UNIV E RS I TY OPEN 6 P.M. EVERYDAY
Arbor, August only. Rent very ne- -S.' LNIVER ITCF73
gotiable. Call 434-0287 persistently. cFtc --- - _----
53U01. .PROESSIONAL THE COPY MILL
BURNS PARK AREA-Own room in TENN SSIN T FOR QUALITY COPIES U OFFSET
3-woman friendly apartment. Very TENNIS INSTRUCTION 211 B. S. State: 662-3969
negotiable. Aug. only. 761-8940 eve- Brian Eisner, U-M Tennis Coach
nings. 14U731 Mike Wore, U-M Asst. Tennis Coach
____For more information, call 764-0163
McKINLEY ASSOCIATES Summer CFtC
Sublets. Rooms, efficiencies, 1 and - ------- ----------if
2 bedroom apts., plus whole houses. BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Furnished, campus locations avail- Enrollments now being accepted for
able. Please pick up our listing at 0. H KAPLAN tutoring courses to
611 Church St. cUt prepare for the upcoming M.C.A.T., yOU
D.A.T., and L.S.A.T. Board Exams.
MUSICAL MDSE., Call (313) 354-0085 eFsa
RADIOS, REPAIRS WHY WALK FARTHER? see
OEMEINHARDT PICCOLO-Ecel- Get your Levi's cuffed flairs at
tenst condition. 600-7255. soXoo ID' ASIYSO
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GUITAR LESSONS MATCHMAKERS. Meet ew mpa-
Class or private instruction - all bNis people through SATEURDAY
styles. Our studios also accommo- NIGHT INSURANCE. Col 663-1392 h
date banjo, flute and recorder, key- evenings. c tc
board, bass drums, clarinet, oboe, BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
and sax. Call Ann Arbor Music vhile-U-wait) MBL PRESS, 1217 call
Mart, 769-4980. cXtc Prospect. Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFt
RENT A GUITAR. Why Buy? Le- XEROX AND OFFSET ' L.
sons available to-boot! Your quality 76-DAILY
music store, Apollo Music Center, Fast, low cost duplicating.
769-00ext e COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
GUILD D/35, $330. Apollo Music
Center .761-9430, cXtc
USED UPRIGHT PIANO, $99.50. ,'U03
Dark finish, in good shape. Apollo
Music Center, 761-9430. cXt1
Theatre Phonie 66-646 Theatre P,,hone 665-6290
BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD. 3-unit
frame house near campus. Good RATEDR RAYEDPG
rt rnon-m oney. Financing avail- f
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WE MEET OUR competitors prices -Leonard Harris, CBS-TV
Just ask. Village Apothecary Ftc "FASCINATING." AT HER BEST.."
COUPLES ARE SPECIAL TODAY -Gene Shalit, NBC-TV -Vincent Casby
BILLIARDS AT REDUCED RATES <,fn-netYoTme
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S AN.Y. News BARBRA STREISAND
GEORGE ALEXANDEbelie ves you "DO ANYTHING TO Michael Srrazin in
ant raton Instime. Elect AeandoNY
District Judge August 6. Non-par- SEE IT!"
tisan Primary. (Pd. PIt. ad.). 69F02 -Vue Maazine
EVERY DAY IS RING DAY at the "MEMORABLE ...
Michigan Union. See our display of
class rings at the concession stand passionate and P "I
on the first floor. tetc n
FIDDLE LESSONS. 761-6101 at Erle- -A. H. Wgil r, N.Y. Timec
wine Instruments. 27F809 -"W .N ierFU. "e
GET STYLED AT THE UNION -Bernard Drew,
U-M STYLISTS Gannett Newspapers Shows at 1-3-5-7-9 p.m.
8:30 A.M.-5:15 P.M. F731 "MEMORABLE...
GAY Liberation Front Open Meet- GREAT!"
ing Tues., July 30, 8 p.m. Union, -Kevi Sanders,
South Wing, 3rd-floor ConferenceACT
Room. All welcome! Come outl Dis-
cussion of oppression of Brian Mac-
Naught of "Dignity" by "The Mich-
igan Catholic." Info 763-4186 761-
2044 (Gay Hotline, 24 hrs., 7 days), a-
662-9559 (Black Caucus). 63F730 RATED PG
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