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The Michigan Daily-SatOrday, June 10, 1978-Page 13

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H E LP W ANT E D
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. 501H615
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
WANTED-Pa t-time/ull-time help, days or
eveningn, starta ahve minimum wage. Apply Yp-
silani Tac Bel, 2333 Wahtenaw. 85H60
Room available for experienced horseperson or
willing learner for farm-sitting and horse feeding.
761-7630, ask for Sue. p58H610
PART-TIME LIFEGUARDS needed. Senir
Lifesaving Certification needed at minimum. Cn-
tact Ellen Gold for an interview or information. 763-
4560. The Departmentof Recreational Sports. 92H610
QUALIFIED HEBREW TEACHER needed for
Jewish afternoon school. Call Beth Israel
Congregation665-9897. 90H610
BUSINESS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL EDITING
for the final quality
of the manuscript
Ruth Gladstone-769-2931
pcJtc
PROFESSIONAL Typing, Dissertations Term
Papers, Legal Briefs. Rates reasonable.
Call Judie, 434-5626
cJtc
Professional direction-theses papers .557-2755. cJtc
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We handle dissertations, resumes, legal, term
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WA NTED TO RENT
QUIET APARTMENT NEEDED for Fall near
Central Campus for Law Student. 662-7425. 68L610
Quiet apartme ntear Law Quad needed in Fall for
female Law Student.663-8619. 69L613
USED CA RS
'72 VEGA WAGON-auto transmission, A/C, AM-
FM, radial tires, low mileage, tinted glass. 994-394.
7N617
1966 VW CAMPER. Rebuilt engine body, etc. Great
condition $695or bestoffer.769-3045. 07N615
LOOKING FOR another woman to share driving
and gas to Wyoming. Leaving June 19th. Judy,
971-9040. 1P614
RIDE TO L.A-6/1. 240 Z. Share expenses.
Michael, 995-2555 or 482-3480. 04P613
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FREE-2 intelligent, affectionate pet rats to good
home. CallKristin, 663-7278,764-2547. - 12T613
AKC NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS. Good
watchdogs good with children. Call 483-5973 after
11a.m. dTc
SUMMER SUBLET-Spacious 2-bedroom. Free:
parking; laundry. Price negotiable. Rick or Steve,
668-8516. p05U616
SUMMER SUBLET-July & August, Packard &
Arch. CallDan, 662-9751. 81U617
FEMALE WANTED for own rom in mdern two-
bedroom apartment near cam us. Available any-
(ime after June 7 through August. Rent negotiable.-
764-5420 efore 5:011p.m. MU617

SUBLET MUSICAL MDSE., BARGAIN CORNER
SUBLET-JULY/AUGUST.IAdroom of a 2 bedD ,GARAGE SALE-2709 Towner, Saturday & Sunday,
SUBL T-ULY A UUST 1 bdrom ofa 2bed9 a.m.-4 p.m. Household items & watercolors &
room apartment across from CCRB. A/C, dish- PEVEY BASS AMP., 200 watts, one 15 in. speaker. drawings. 09W610
washer. 995-2954 after5:30. 99U613 Call Dennis, 761-9431. Xtc - - -
Second Serve Sportswear
HILL STREET-E. University sublet, July- CLASSICAL GUITARS--40% off list. 665-7348. TENNISBALLSt3for$2
August. 994-5194ANY TIME. 01U614 eXtc 406 E. Liberty at Division
NICE STUDIO. Late June-August. Close to campus. Used Martin d-18 with case, like new, call Don 761- cWtc
662-950ater 6p.m. dU6l3 9431.p-Xee 1 i 4
--.-------,-dU6,,.,4,,. pcXtc Giant Flea Market
SUMMER SUBLET-Available June 19, own room Road, Earth, Fender amps.; SM and PE Loads of Furniture-used, antique, oak, art noveau,
in large four- person apt. $70/mo. 668-6402. 94U615 microphones; Gibson RD, Les Paul guitars and etc. Many bargains, stamps, jewelry, coins, glass,
more. Apollo Music Center. 764-1400. pcXtc plants and collectables. 100 + dea'ers and consign-
SUBLET ' ments. Every weekend 6 pm-10 pm Friday, 10 am-6
Rooms & Roommates-Immediately BIKES AND SCOOTERS pm Saturday & Sunday. 214 E. Michigan at Park,
1& 2Bedroom Apartments-July-Aug. downtown Ypsilanti. 971-7676 days, 487-5890 weeken-
Furnished, on-campus locations HONDA CB200, oneyearold, excellentcondition. 665- ds 84W617
Modern Apartments 7490. 872610
668-6906 663-3641 Feelin' Fresh
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sauna, clubhouse. Completely carpeted, dishwasher,
fireplace, 2 baths. $310. 994-0705. cUte
Sublet-June 15to September 1. 2 room old westside
apartment. Rent negotiable. Call Marty at 761-8540
after6. 80U610
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
Room inhouseoncampus
Call668-6906
More than fifty percent of
the world is starving. Another
twenty percent, just plain
hungry. And yet, in the face of
starvation, they have hope.
Hope that the rains will return
to the African Plain. Hope that
the Asian rice crop will be bigger
this year. Hope that someone,
anyone, with anything to
offer will come to help them k
fight the battle for life.
Someone in the Peace
Corps. They'd like to y
stand up for themselves,
these prisoners of fate,
but they're just too weak
to stand up. But with x
the Peace Corps a
flame begins to flicker.
They've seen others,
like you before. Seen
the changesyou can
bring. Two thousand
wells on the parched earth
of Sahel. Seen how their
knowledge helped reduce
the grain losses. Who are
they? They're people
pretty much like you.
A Publc Service nfTh sN e s4 (& Tre Adve

ROOMM TEAvon-662-4401
ROOMMATES WANTED for spacious tri-level -
partment Fall term. $114 or $140. 764-5966 after 5. LOTS OF PLANTS, clothing (high-fashion and
06Y614 strange), kitchen stuff, more. 415 South Fifth Ave.,
Sat- June 10, Sale 9-6. -95W610
Do a Tree a Favor: Recycle Your Daily
DINNE.R
People with commitment and
skills who've assessed their
lives and decided there must
be more than just having a job.
They looked into themselves
and knew it was time for the
- talk to end and the work to
begin. They're very special
people, these people. Totally
prepared to give
everything they've got.
And getting back even
- more than they give.
That's the beauty of the
Peace Corps. The work
is hard and the pay is
lousy, and the progress
/ycomes a drop at a time. But
the rewards are ifinite.
Join the Peace Corps
4' and then take a good long
look in the mirror. You'll
never look the same to
yourself again.
The Peace Corps is alive
and well. Call toll free.
800-42.4-8580. Or write.
The Peace Corps, Box A,
Washmgton,
D.C. 20525

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