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Wednesday, August 4' 9"76

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

W y s9et the Jobo ine

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
before publication (4 p.m. Fri.
for Sun.) including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily isI
not responsible for more than)
one incorrect insertion of an ad.
Advertisements may be removed
from publication but will be
billed according to original num-
ber of days ordered. This policy
is also applicable to ads requir-
log pee-payment. I.e., no refunds.
Information regarding content of
classified ads cannot be dis-
closed prior to publication. Ad-
vertisers names may never be
revealed.
Number of lines in advertise-
ment is determined by total
number of words-5 words/lne.
"Help Wanted" ads cannot dis-
criminate on the basis of sex,
color, creed or national origin to
any extent (i.e. "preferably" to
still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-
charge to a maimum of 3 lines
for 3 days. i
(Coptinued from Page 8)
HELP WANTED
DOOLEY'S IS NOW TAKING appli-
cations for bouncers. See John.
031805
BABYSITTING IN MY HOME. Sa-
line area, 2-3 days per week. $15
per day. Own transportation. 429-
7938. 9gH807
ROOM BOARD AND PAY in return
for baysitting weekdays almost full-
time: three mornings a week free.
Two gils age 3 and 6: (6 year old
In school). Private quarters include
bedroom, sitting room and bath.
Close to carpus. Congenial atmos-
phere. Begin in September. Call
662-3435. - 88H804
PERSON TO assist in D e t r o i t
area community organization. Must
be fluent in Spanish and sensitive
to related problems. Call 668-8722
persistently. a2M03
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONAL SER-
VICES AT THE UM is seeking qual-
ified applicants for the position of
Women's Program Area Co-ordinator
(Women's Advocate). Apply at 1020
LS&A Bldg. by Aug. 6. 53H804
BAPYSITTER(S) FOR INFANT. Oc-
umilrnal evenings, $.1/hr. 10
weekly daytime hours in fal, 2.00/
hr. 663-5547. 92H806
LIVE IN HOUSEKEEPER--Could be
couple in an adult Foster Care
Ho e. Free room and board plus
wages. Call Mrs. Tessnan, 485-7395.
22H166
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
10 SPEED Gitane, 19%"1 frame,
many extras, $110. 761-0529. 93Z05
GIRL'S 3-SPEED ENGLISH BIKE.
$35. Coil 603-0609. dZ
WANTED TO BUY
CAMERA NEEDED-College student
wishes to rent or buy a used
Minolta i00 or 200 series Cmera.
Coil Scott at 94-4914 or 764-0553.
dK729
SITUATIONS WANTED
MATURE FEMALE STUDENT will-
ing to do household duties in ex-
change for small room. 761-0529.
09066
REAL ESTATE
FOREST BROOK SUBDIVISION: 4-
bedroom tri-level with double lot.
Family- room with firepilace, large
patio. $4W's. 971-1575. 1IRSIl
PERSONAL
TO A CERTAIN FUNNY GML:
HAPPY BIRTIMAT TO TOU,
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU,
HAPPY BIRSTHDAT TO KATY,
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU,
YOURS, GERRT
021804
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through Belh avi or Modification,
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
WE CARRY a complete line of RK
Professional Hair Care Products. U-
M Stylists at the Union, (1804
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
leat Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. 400
S. Division. Fcee pregilancy lests,

PERSONAL
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
Offset Printing, Xerox copies
Xecox reductions, photostats,
half tones, typesetting and
much more
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
COPES-21tzceach
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William
665-4321
eFte
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
Books, classnotes, papers, resumes--
Dissertation quality, low prices.
Every day-evening. From 2ke per
conv. 211 S. State near Gino's).
662-3969. The Copy MilL ptey

PERSONAL
A GAME that won't uit- Billiards
at the Union. cF805
BOWL at beautiful Union Lanes.
Open .11AM. Mon-Sat. 1:00 P.M.
Sundays. cF804
LUCI TITUNIK. British trained as-
trotherapist. Latest methods avail-
able. Problem solving compatible
with YOUR personality structure.
994-1311. cF817
SET A RECORD
on any of our pinball machines and
win a fcee ,sbmarine sandwich.
TOMMY'S HOLIDAY CAMP, Pack-
ard and State. TIE CROSS-EYED
MOOSE, 613 E. Liberty. eF---
LET ANN ARBOR'S only diamond
expert help you style your engage-
ment ring. It costs less. Over 3,000
U-M men have. Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University. 663-7151 eFte

PERSONAL
CATHOLIC HOMOSEXUALS wei-
come to meet in Father Richard
Center (St. Mary's Chapeli) Thurs-
loy, 8 p.m. OF805
SEE OUR cosmetician for your
maeti-up problems. Village Apothe-
earv. 1112 S. University. cFtc
WIN AN ORIGINAL
PINBALL WIZARD'S
T-shirt
by getting the highest score on the
T-SHIRT MACHINE at the Cross-
Eyed Moose. 613 E. Liberty,- and
Tommy's Holiday Camp, Packard
and Sttae. cF811
BOARD EXAM TUTORING: enroll-
meats now being accepted for S. lI.
Kaplan Tutoring Course to prepore
for the MCATS, DAT, LSAT, and
Nat. Dent. Boards. Call 313) 354-
0083, locally, 662-3149. cFte

PERSONAL
MESSAES FROM THE IANAGER
Today is the moment no one has
been waiisig for, the annotucemeont
of who wanlthe contet. t was too
mough to expect that otimeolle tome
up with three great anowers, no I'll
pick three winners. You have to
come to The Daily to claim your
prize. The winning nose response
is: HO'SHOE, I was aid it rhymes
with Atchoo. (sneeze) M. A. Sinnett
thougaht of that one. For the hand
thebest response 'was nsco, no
explanation, except that we liked it
for some reamon or other. Finally,
the top of the foot is now entitled
lupa. Thosel ist two answers were
the brainstorm of J. J. MSaloney.
After they get their classified, I
want to hear nothing sgin about
the whale thing. Debbie, ro Hox 21,
JOIN THE DAILY

Can ainyoe do
Probably not. All things considered you do
what you do pretty doggone well. After all, no one
has taken your job. And you're eating regularly.
But...
But have you ever considered what doing your
job just a little better might mean?
Money. Cold hard coin of the realm.
If each of us cared just a smidge more about
what we do for a living, we could actually turn that
inflationary spiral around. Better products, better
service and better management would mean savings
for all of us. Savings of much of the cash and frayed
nerves it's costing us now for repairs and inefficiency.
Point two. By taking more pride in our work
we'll more than likely see America regaining its
strength in the competitive world trade arena. When
the balance of payments swingsour way again we'll
all be better off economically.
So you see-the only person who can really
do what you do any better is you.
AmwIa.ItoflyW okS
usw.fl awedo.

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