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May 04, 1977 - Image 21

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Michigan Daily, 1977-05-04

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Wednesday, May 4, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Twenty-One

whether it's beer
or bananas
you wanna keep
IL C
Pick a REFRIGERATO aREFRIGERATOR!
(We've Got 4 Different Sizes to Choose From)
Imagine! Cold Food, Drinks & Enough Ice Cubes to Last You the Term!
OR select one of 2 different sizes of televisions we stock.
EITHER WAY
RENT your choice for only PENNIES a day!
RATES ALL RENTS are pre-rated on daily TO RENT
UNIT RATE
2 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR 19.80 actually have the frig. I if rented for bring your driver's license & stu-
212 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR 22.80 less than 3 months you will incur an
3 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR, 24.00 additional sur-charge of up to $3.00) dent i.d. cord to the Cellar. You
5 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR 31.20
12" UAG TELEVISION 24.00 Curbside Delivery .. .. $1.50 must pay the deposit & first term
16" DIAG TELEVISION 31.20 5 cc ft. Delivery .. 6.00 rent in odvance.
Security Deposits on all Units 10.00 All Others .. .... 4.00
LAST YEAR WE RAN OUT EARLY. SUPPLIES ARE LIMITED. NO RESERVATIONS WILL BE TAKEN
COME EARLY AND GET THE SIZE YOU WANT
HOURS-
Mon -Fri. 930-530
Saturday Noon to 5;00
CLOSED SUNDAYS
1W MRIIEWDURING SUMMERb

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