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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, June 8, 1978-Page 13

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Support the ERA. March on Washington, July 9. Call
995-5494. dF610
Hey Graubuger-
Don't look so down, because you've got a friend
waiting toseeyousmile.-Portabuger.
dF609
CUSTOM T-SHIRTS-We got 'em. Many styles.
Many colors. Lettering available. Also team uni.
forms. The Inn Shop in the Ann Arbor Inn. 8
a.m.-8 p.m cFtc
PHOTO SUPPLIES
CAMERA FOR SALE: Pentax body, 50mm
Takumar and 200mm Vivitar lens screw mt. $240
ALL.665-7196 96D608
LH ELP WA NTED
Immediate employment in research on marital in-
teraction. Some typing and coding. Work-study
preferred. Up to $4 per hour. Contact Dr. Barratt,
3409D Mason Hallon weekday afternoons or 769-2836
evenings, 97H609
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. 5H615
Room available for experienced horseperson or
willing learner for farm-sitting and horse feeding.
761-7630, ask for Sue. p58H610
Teachers-The Jewish Cultural School, a secular
Sunday School for children ages 5-14, is interviewing
applicants for Fall teaching positions. Contact
ElaineHewmannat665-3592. p2H616
AFTERNOON DELIGHT RESTAURANT-now
taking applications and interviewing for food
production personnel. Apply in person between 2-5 at
257 E. Liberty. p89H614
PART-TIME LIFEGUARDS needed. Senior
Lifesaving Certification needed at minimum. Con-
tact Ellen Gold for an interview or information. 763-
4560. The Department of Recreational Sports. 92H610
QUALIFIED HEBREW TEACHER needed for
Jewish afternoon school. Call Beth Israel
Congregation 665-9897. 90H610
HEALTHY MALE VOLUNTEERS between the ages
pf 18 and 45 years, who would be willing to par-
ticipate in a study of a new drug, which has been ad-
ministered only to 21 volunteers. The study requires
2 full weeks of time including Saturdays and Sun-
days. Volunteers would be kept in the hospital over-
night for 2 periods of 3 days each during the 2 weeks
(total of 6 days in hospital). The rest of the study will
be done on an outpatient basis Paricpants will
receive $600 or $700 for the 2-week period, depending
upon the experimental group in which they are
enrolled. For more information, call Nadar Jallad
(764-640) or Karen Rendahl (764-9122l. 83H608
WANTED -Part-time/full-time help, days or
evenings, start at above minimum wage. Apply: Yp-
silanti Taco Bell, 2333 Washtenaw. 85H610
Wanted-a Spanish speaker to give short-term crash
course in Spanish. Will pay $5.00 per hour. Call Mary
434-9338. 86H609
PART-TIME BOOKKEEPER, immediately, sum-
mer only. Call 769-8660. 43H609
COMPANION NEEDED for elderly woman. Days
and hours flexible: M-F, 12-4 p.m., 2-3 hours/day,
6-10 hours/week. Access to car helpful. Please con-
tact 769-7100, extension 266, M-F between 1-4 p.m.
67H610
HELP WANTED-Drivers and ice plant workers.
Call between 9-10inthe evening, 971-6822. 62H609
FULL OR PART-TIME. Good earnings, no experi-
ence necessary. Manufacturer needs mature acting
people to demonstrate new product in leading de-
partment stores in Detroit Metro area. Call 682-
8778, 6-9 p.m. 55H608
BUSINESS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL TYPING
J&J COPYING/TYPING SERVICES
We handle dissertations, resumes, legal, term
papers. Rakham Quality guaranteed.
1202 S. University 7days 662-6401
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BUSINESS SERVICES SUBLET SUBLET
WANT TO FLY AS AN AIRLINE FLIGHT ATTEN- Summer Sublet: July & August, Packard & Arch. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
DANT? Our Newsletter and Information Packet will Call Dan, 626-9751. 81U615 Room in house on campus
keep you updated. FREE INFORMATION. Call Toll-
Free: 1-800-634-6167. Mon.-Fri. Skyline, 1515 E. Sublet-June 1510oSeptember 1 2 room old weststde (allf6 1ff)
Tropicana, Suite 727MI, Las Vegas, NV89109 41J610 apartment. Rent negotiable. Call Marty at 761 8540
after6.00U610 BARA'N-
TYPING Professional/student rates Fast. reliable' aler ..
service. Ask for Barbara. 665-4286, 24 hours cJtc Campus, 2-bedroom modern apartment. Air con- Giant Flea Market. Loads of Furniture- used, an-
ditioning, laundry, parking, $180, negotiable. 663-2845 tique, oak, art noveau, etc. Many bargains, stamps,
PRUFESSIDNAL Typing. tssrrtatttt lerm afterl. 731U09 jewelry, coins, glass, plants and collectables. 100
Papers. Legal Briefs. bates reatstnaber
SUBLET-JULY-AUGUST: Female space in large, plus dealers and consignments. Every weekend 6
'all Judie, 4:14-5026 modern, convenient apartment. Rent negotiable, p.m.-10 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday & Sun-
cJtc Call persistently668-8447. 74U608 day. 214 E. Michigan at Park, downtown Ypsilanti.
'971-7676 days. 407-5890 weekends. 84W616
Professional direction-theses papers. 557-2755. cJtl July-August; own room i beuliful sin-p oosbooss
near campus; possible fall option; call Elaine, 668- Feelin' Fresh
W ANTED TO RENT.. 6286. dU608 ao-640
b~fO U~ooAvon-662-4401
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT-4 beds-good for 2 cWtc
QUIET APARTMENT NEEDED for Fall near or 3 people. 2 minutes from campus, behind CCRB Second-erveportswear
Central Campus for Law Student. 662-7425. 68L610 on Geddes. Air conditioned, furnished. Reasonable enNISeBALSfor 2
Quiet apartment near Law Quad needed in Fall for price, JulyandAugut 994544 26U40 Lirat ivsin
female Law Student. 663-8619. 69L613 cWtc
SUBLE T
USED CAURSGiant Flea Market
Rooms& Roommates-Immediately Loads of Furniture-used, antique, oak, art noveau,
1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments-July-Aug. etc. Many bargains, stamps, jewelry, coins, glass,
AUDI 100 LS, 75. 4 doors, sunroof, air., 23,000 Furnished, on-campus locations plants and collectables. 100+ deasers and consign-
miles. AM-FM tape stereo, automatic. 663-4561. Modern Apartments ments. Every weekend 6 pm-10 pm Friday, 10 am-6
61N609 668-6906 663-3641 pm Saturday & Sunday. 214 E. Michigan at Park,
'72 VEGA WAGON-auto transmission, A/C, AM- cUte downtown Ypsilanti. 971-7676 days, 487-580 weeken-
FM, radial tires, low mileage, tinted glass. 994-3594. ds. 84W617

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Gibson EB-2 bass guitar, Fender Precision bass
guitar, Rickenbacker amp. Apollo Music Center, 323
S. Main. pcXtc
Used Martin d-18 with case, like new, call Don 761-
9431. pcXtc
Road, Earth, Fender amps.; SM and PE
microphones; Gibson RD, Les Paul guitars and
more Apollo Music Center 764-1400 pcXtc
Used 5string banjo, cal1769-1400 pcXtc
PETS AND SUPPLIES
AEC NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS. Good
watchdogs, good with children. Call 483-5973 after
10 a. m. dTc
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA CB200, one year old, excellent condition. 665-
7490. 87Z610
HIDDEN VALLEY, 2 bedroom with option? Central
a/c, private pool, racketball and tennis courts,
sauna, clubhouse. Completely carpeted, dishwasher,
fireplace. 2 baths. $310. 994-0705. cUtc
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