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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, May 31, 1978-Page 13

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H ELP WANTED
SAVE YOUR RENT MONEY. Do laundry, cook,
light housekeeping for one professional male, who
needs time to clean, remodel a house. 761-1036.
32H602
NEED A DAILY MAINTENANCE and janitorial
person -for a large new building in the downtown
Ann Arbor area. Must be experienced and furnish
references. Call Reta Lancaster, 995-4433 or 995-
2101. 3314606
RICKMAN FOR CONGRESS wants to hire bright
co-campaign manager. Call Ray Rickman at 313-
962-0113 or 822-1139 for details. 25H531
HOUSEKEEPER, loll-lime, ternp ray, some we k
ends. Apply is persss to University Towers, 536 S.
Forest. An Equal Opportunity Employer. 18H610
- SUBJECTS WANTED
Earn $3 in one hour. Participate in interesting
research on human memory. Call Kim. 763-0044
between 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 50H615
WORK-STUDY STUDENT needed to transcribe and
type lectures on Near Eastern literature. Hours
flexible. Contact Prof. Windfuhr, 764-0314. 03H601
PART-TIME JANITORIAL WORK close to campus.
Call 1-878-9991, evenings before 10. 72H531
Models and Clerks wanted.Apply in person. 215 S.
Fourth Ave. 57H603
TOPLESS WAITRESSES WANTED. Days. Call be-
tween 11-7. 434-4500. dH531
(WANTED)-COLLEGE representatives for 2
major breweries. Part-time on campus promotional
activities. Must be energetic and outgoing. Tremen-
dous experience with built-in incentives. Send
resumes to P.O. Box M-1366, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
73H603
OPENING SOON-E. William and Thompson-
SACA TACO. Now hiring counter, cook, mainten-
ance. Apply within or call 995-0405. 64H531
SUBJECTS WANTED
Earn $3 in one hour. Participate in interesting
research on haman memory. Call Kim, 763-0,44
between 9a.m.-5 p.m.' 5011526.
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING-EXPERIENCED, all phases. Reason-
able. 971-3699. 95J602
PROFESSIONAL Typing, Dissertations, Term
Papers, Legal Briefs. Rates reasonable.
Call Judie, 434-5626
cJtc
TYPING-Professionaastudent rates. Fast, reliahle
sereice. A-k for Barara, 665-4286, 24 hoars. cjtc
Professional direction-theses papers.J557-2755.cJt'
PROFESSIONAL TYPING
J&J COPYING/TYPING SERVICES
We handle dissertations, resumes, legal, terno
papers. Rackham Quality guaranteed.
1202 S. University 7 days 662-6401
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W ANTED TO BUY
WANTED-SCIENCE 26, May 1978 Volume 200,
No. 4344. Call 163-3265. 27K601
SUBLET
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT-4 beds-good for 2
or 3 people. 2 minutes from campus, behind CCRB
on Geddes. Air conditioned, furnished. Reasonable
price, July and August. 994-5044. 26U608
ROOM (June-July), house, Fall option-old West
Side.$98/month.663-4317. - 21U603
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT, 'furnished, near
Med. School. Available June 23. Fall option. Parking.
764-3829. 94U602
NICE, SUNNY ONE BEDROOM apartment toshare
with one female occupant. Available now through
September. Rent isnegotiable. Call662-2658. 3U602
CAMPUS APARTMENT, great location. One minute
from campus. July-August sublet. Call 665-7778.
dU531

SUBLET
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
Room in house on campus
Call 668-6906
USED CA RS
1972 DATSUN 2402, 26,1110 miles, metallic Pacific
klae.AM-FM cassette stereo, Jemen coasial speak-
ers, new Bilstein gas shock, 4 new Goodyear radials.
New exhaust system, Ansen Sprint magnesium
wheels. Very good condition, Ziebarted. Many tour-
ing accessories. $3,500. 662-9054 after 6. Ask for Kirk.
07N602
1971 DATSUN 1200,35 MPG, $55.663-78$0. 77N525
'75 MUSTANG II, automatic, AM-FM radio, one
owner, low mileage, excellent location. Contact
Mobeenat665-4388or662-9498. 19N602
IMARGAIN CORNER
Second Serve Sportswear
WIND BREAKERS
406 E. Liberty atDivision

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPA IRS
GIBSON EB-2 BASS GUITAR, Fender Precision
bass guitar, Rickenbacker amp. Apollo Music
Center,323S Main. peXtc
USED SSTRINGBANJO. Call769-1400. peXtc
ROAD, EARTH, FENDER amps.; SM and PE
microphones; Gibson RD, Les Paul guitars and
more. Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. pcXtc
CLASSICAL GUITARS-40% off list. 665:7348.
cXtc
PEVEY BASS AMP., 200 waltts, one 15 in. speaker.
Call Dennis, 761-9431. pcXtc
USED MARTIN D-18 with case, lihke new. Call
Don,761-9431. peXtc
LOOKING FOR STEREO? Try Academic Audio for
the lowest prices in town. 6ยง5-3151, ask for John.
41 X531
ROOMMATES
M/F ROOMMATE needed in house with 4 people
2 min. from UM campus. Dishwasher, sun deck,
garage. Call 769-2373. 15Y527

PETS AND SUPPLIES
AKC NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS. Good
watchdogs, goad with children. Call 483-5973 after
lO a.m. dTc
MISCEL L ANEOUS
We're Gonna Put Avon
On Everybody's Lips.
662-4401
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LOS ANGELES, June 22nd, licensed drivers only.
994-3594. 8P
BIKES A ND SCOOTERS
VESPA CIAO MOPED, excellent condition, $225.
7697240 evenings 20Z602
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TO DINN ER

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That's the beauty of the
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The Peace Corps is alive
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Furnished, on-campus locations
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