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Thursday, August 12, 1976

fHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

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MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
CLASSICAL and Steel Guitars, New
and used. 605-7348, 429,9241. exe
USED GIBSON ES-335 Armstrong
bss, earth amps. Apollo Music
Center, 323 S. Main. exl
PRtE C.B.S. Fener Showman amp.
Apollo Music Center. 769-1400. cX8
CLASSICAL G U I T A RS- Finest
handcaftedi intruments. Imported
directly from the world's great
LUTHIERS. RAMIE, contreras,
Kohno, kMasuok. Guitar Gallery.
234 Nickels Arcade, 02-580. 2181
WANTED TO BUY
NEED 176-177 Parking Pace foe
0I of IS campus. Will pay generous-
ly. Call 994-5310 persistently after
5:00 p.m. or weekends.- 34K14
HELP WANTED
ROOM, BOARD AND small salary
in ecange for babysitting. 7 year
old girl. Ideal for student. Call 665.
2305. -71H1
FULL.TIE DA CARE STAFF
POSITION OPEN
Applications available at mss meet.
lims 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, August
1th at Child Care Atics Center,
3310 Shool of Edation Bsildig,
Uof M. 61114
EXPERIECED WRITER. nsiness
oriented writer needed Is write
artile frrm indstial relations-
prodtiity data. Plae submit
resusead copy of pot writing t
TO. Bos 191. Ass Arbor, MO 48106
COMMISSION - WANTED U of Mi
student to market banwood clocks
inAnn Arbor. Call or write Betty
J. Morris, 60 Lakeside Dr., SE.,
Apt. B, Grand Rapids, MI. 4050 os
robl 616496095. 50113
BILLING CLERK: Immediate open-
ing. Handle prepared: inoicing.
Accounts Payble. Typing requir-
ed. 8-5. No Saturday work. Paid
oliday. Peaantsroundings
Apply Mr. Hawkis, Adrtierse
Poils . g Ccmpany 944 Wll St
665-610. 5311010
ART R& CRAFrTEAiCHERSOOWANT
SIDFOR FA Lto tea0:h:inte Cl
11cc 03 etheTIof X1Octisctscland
informtc isa all 668-78 tweSnre9
tot :cand 5 p.m.. 38H81
rot4Pc: Y'v'Eco p1pottes for
t?. 010nowav l..bclyrat ,Bc coal
K:ncctc0.Lcry. Shift,tavcil
5 .mcc.,0:.t - 3atm A: equa
t:ocpportnity :tcplolycc. 418111
IAYII'~TtR NEED s-tarinclltt.l
APPLY NOW-We eed immediat
Iep i seeral seem., Ambitious
msucexrperencd dekclersand
nigt aditos. Apply in peronsa
Ramada n, 20 Jackson Road
USED CARS
68 OPEL, transprtaton ar. Need:
work. $200. Call, 662-472. 5051
to6s FORD VAN. .3-peed. 6-yl
laser. Wndws in rear and id
toor. Call 76-1633. After 5:30 p.m
4510
SITUATIONS WANTED
ROUSE WORK- Will do Indoor o
otdoor chores. Responsible Grad
Cciil68-71l5. Keep-tying. 4908.2
PETS AND SUPPLIES
'WO ADORALE MALE CATS -
Very affectonate. roc,. 5 -months
One black, tne slriped. Call per
sistraly til I11 p.m., 995-50. 65T1
FOR SALE
YASD SALE Atgst 14th, 1-3. 40
S Fifth Ase .)omte, c101e
dihm,,tperitr. 2811
RTOUSEROLD IEMS-8 fsot sofa
bhases stereo. dnete set, cda
.slest. c~tstom drapes, sd woosn
wodshade, -vacuum cleaner.lnen
bedsprads pots sd pans, dishes
slverware, miscollaneos. Call 91
635. 71B84
DOUB3LE BED WTB EDBOARD
2, och 2. Chest of drawers
$10, ktchen .cirs, $2.50. sLaps
$.00. Call 995-441, peristently.
l 9801

ESSENTIALLT COMPLETE U.S
Stamp collectIon. $295. 761-0033. 5
7 pn..51B81L

Q get the j ob d oneJ

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'69 BRIDGESTONE. Good condition.
Russ well. $205. Dans. 709-0048.
392012
1903 HONDA 504. Cusom paint.
new tires, disc brakes. law, miles,
Bmst offer. Will" consides trade. 001-
3361. 322814
LOST AND FOUND
F0UND - lMAN'S WRISTWATCH.
I West side of S. Forest, ninth of
U-Towers. .761-7233. dA8l4
FOUND Airdalt, wire hair terrier.
Slack body, brown head, ears and
legs, Med. Wie female. Recently cut
hale. No collar. Call 995-0005.
dA8l2
LOST
A BLACK PATENT LEATHER WAL,-
LET with tiny gold studs. Last seen
in the Michigan Dily office. Af
found, PLEASE return, no ques-
tions asked. My W~entification cards,
r license and pictures are extremely
r importsnt to me. There wan no
mney in the wallet, ws don't worry
about returning it empty. Call days
00440550 hefore 3:30) or 095-4041
any other ine. Ask for Debbie. D.

BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING-esoanable cases. IBM Se-
lectri. 76-2256 after It .m.
. 20J017
EXfPERIENCED PROFES4IONAL
TYPIST. IBM 'self-correcting with
carbon ribbon. Disserations, manu-
scripts, teem papers. Reasonable
rates. Campus location. Cell Jim,
605-00. CANl
I AM a fitll-time, frees lance typist
with considerable experience typing
books. dissertations, papers. I type
over 100 wpm., perfect accuracy
gtsaranteed. Base rote 70c per page.
IBM Correcting +Selectrl5< Call Bill,
865-016.. c3te
NEW SERVICE
'Kxpereeced, Ercar-Free. Oslarnceed
Manuscript. Disertaticn, S pseer n
'Typewriting. Editing, Arademtc/Pcs-
fessional. IBM Selectrice. Reason-
able Rates. Copying. Pick-tip asid
Delivery. Persooo~lled. Conftdoels ,al.
Telephone Dictation and Nstary
Sericee.
ST1EYABENS
PROFESSIONAL, TYPEWRIING
SERVICR
As. Stephense 434-1904
P.O. Boa 10] Ypsilati. Mrsn.

BUSINESS SERVICES
THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATION
SPECIALISTS
'1 plag. Copying, Bnding.
.Editing. Notary Service.
812 5nssth State Street
Open 10-5, 1-10 994-3594
TYPING SERVICE
IBM Selectrics
110 E. Michigan, Ypsi. 405-490
PERSONAL
NEEDED: Room in cooperative, ve-
getarian house for woman and doe.
If you are into working at eampera-
tiveness and need another house-
mate, I'm interested. Flease call and
leave a message with Barry at 90-
4248. 009813
DIRECT PURCHASING volsime sell.
ing and marginal profits assure yoss
that your diamond will be' an 'in-
vestment at Austin Diamond. 1209
S. University, 603-0151. cltc
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
'em Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. 400
S. Divison. FPeer pregnancy teats.

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When someone drinks too
much and then drives, it's thesilence
that kills, Your silence.
It kills yotir friends, your
relatives, and people you don't even
know. But they're all people you
could save,
If you knew what to say,
mnaybe you'd be less quiet. Maybe
fewer, people would die.
--What you should say is, "I'll

coffee never made anyone sober.
Maybe it would keep him awake
long enough to have an accident.
But that's about all.0
T7he best way to prevent a
drunk from becoming a dead drunk
is to stop him from driving.
Speak up. Don't let silence be
the last sound he hears.-

drive you home.tOr)"Lttme call a r ---~-----
-cab." Or, "Sleep on n4y couch 1 DR UN DRIVER, DEP'T. Y A
toih, BOX 2345 I
tonght" .I OCKVULL, MARY AND 20852 1
Don't hesitate because your I don't want toremain silent. I
friend may have been drinking only t'Felt me what else I can do.I
beer. Beer and wine can be just as I I
intoxicating as mixed drinks.. I my wav sse - ...-..~
And don't thank that black ity Aokbmswil Ie im -
cofe wllmae imsober. Black _ ________ Nsa-e_______Zp
FPRIENDS DO'T LET FRIENDS DRIVE* DRUNK.
1 .nsuase vss * a + .cieasass,rH; ,vr eaa1Mlr

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