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Page 6 -The Michigan Daily -Thursday, October 17, 1985

I

Dear Ann:
Happy 30th
Birthday
CHICAGO (UPI) - Ann Landers is
Eppie Lederer, but Eppie Lederer is
not always Ann Landers, even after 30
years and 10,950 columns of advice to
scorned lovers, confused teenagers
and angry in-laws.
Lederer celebrated her anniversary
as Ann Landers yesterday with a
column thanking her editors, staff and
readers for 30 "incredibly rewarding"
years.
"I HAVE NO plans to retire," Ann
Landers told her fans.
"I intend to crank out this column
as long as you find me useful and the
good Lord gives me the strength to do
it. On this special day, I send love and
thanks to each and every one of you."
Lederer, 67, said over the years she
has worked to maintain her identity
apart from Ann Landers.
"I TELL all my friends to call me
Eppie," said -Lederer. "If you hear
someone call me Ann, you know they
don't know me very well."
The problems her readers cite,
however, appear to be universal.
"If I would allow these letters to get
to me, I would be a basket case. Some
of them are so tragic. They are so
hopeless. They break my heart. I
learned to separate myself early. I
had to take them seriously but I
shouldn't let them affect me," she
said.
Lederer assumed the role of Ann
Landers after winning a contest to
replace the real Ann Landers.
"She died," Lederer said, "and the
(Chicago) Sun-Times ran a contest to
replace her. I was the most un-
derqualified person to apply. I was the
only of the 29 women (who applied)
who was not a professional writer. I
had never held a job before.

House, Senate
negotiate budget

Daily Photo by JAE KIM

Playing hooky
A squirrel enjoys the warm weather while hanging out in front of Angell Hall yesterday.

WASHINGTON (AP) - Faced with
a Nov. 1 deadline, House and Senate
negotiators settled in yesterday for
tough bargaining on legislation aimed
at forcing Congress and the White
House to meet the goal of balancing
the federal budget.
House democrats have complained
that the version of the plan passed by
the Republican-led Senate, promising
a balanced budget by 1991, gives the
president too much power, does not
allow sufficient flexibility during
economic slowdowns and does not cut
enough spending now.
SUPPORTERS say the sweeping
measure, which President Reagan
has embraced, will provide the
necessary club to force Congress and
the federal government to live within
its means.
"In less than two weeks, House con-
ferees are asked to consume both the
enormity of the concept and the com-
plexity of the details - and develop
alternatives, where necessary - on a
plan that promises to surrender broad
powers to the president and threatens
the balance of our social respon-
sibility," said Rep. Dan Rostenkowski
(D-Ill. ), chairman of the House
Ways and Means Committee.
The Senate adopted the budget plan
last week as an amendment to a
measure raising the national debt
limit to more than $2 trillion.
The government is at its current
borrowing authority of $1.824 trillion
and Treasury Department officials
said Wednesday that money from
emergency moves to replenish gover-
nment coffers will be gone by Nov. 1.
THE COMPLEX plan would set

statutory ceilings on budget deficits -
now running at about $200 billion a
year - beginning with $180 billion in
the current fiscal year and decreasing
by $36 billion a year until reaching
zero in 1991.
If Congress and the White House are
unable to agree on how to meet the
annual goals, the plan gives the
president authority to impose
automatic spending cuts to keep the
red ink within the ceiling.
Following the Senate aciton, the
Democratic-controlled House over-
whelmingly agreed to the conference
and endorsed the balanced budget
goal without embracing the specifics
of the Senate plan.
Ward wants
AISA seat

4

U.S. has best educated people

(Continued from Page 1)
Education, which says that 26.1 per-
cent of the students who were high
school freshmen in 1979 failed to
graduate in 1983. Alan Ginsburg,
Education's director of planning, said
the 26.1 percent figure does not in-
clude those who later obtain high
school equivalency diplomas.
O'Neill, the Census analyst, said,
"Some people could lie. That's
definitely a possibility."
NUMEROUS groups of educators,
civic and business leaders have

deplored the state of U.S. high schools
in recent years and called for steps to
make them more rigorous.
The Census report said the
education gap between the races has
narrowed and may have helped
blacks make economic gains.
It pointed to Scholastic Aptitude
Test scores, results from the National
Assessment of Educational Progress
and other evidence to support its con-
clusion that "the quality of schooling
has declined, especially during the

'70s. ''
The report said that the poor
showing of American students on
some international scholastic com-
parisons is due in part to the low rate
of attrition from U.S. schools. Coun-
tries with high dropout or flunk-out
rates generally look better on such
rankings.
The report said, "Contrary to most-
current opinion, the market for
college graduates may be reviving."

returned
(Continued from Page 1)
"She said 'I want to rescind my
resignation' but Bruce had already
been appointed to fill her seat,"
Schnaufer said.
JOSEPHSON further contends that
he had every reason to believe that
Ward had resigned because she
missed four consecutive meetings.
According to MSA's constitution,
missing three consecutive meetings is
grounds for dismissal. But she said
that two of those meetings should not
be counted because Josephson ex
cused her from attending.

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LOST & FOUND

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

REWARD $60. Lost Brown New Man Jacket
at Dooleys. No questions asked. 662-2447. 19A1017

FOR SALE

'75 FIAT WAGON, fwd, manual, fold-down plus
original rack for cargo but compact on A'
streets, reliable starter. $450 or offer. 761-7235.
61B1023
DATSUN B210 1978 - 2-door, manual. Runs
well. Asking $750. 995-4480. 26B1018
'73 PONTIAC VENTURA, A-1 Condition.
Reliable! 84,000, AM/FM $650. 764-1887. 96B1017
TEE & SKI
2455 S. State will open 10/19 from 1-5 p.m.
We have about 90 winter parkas, new waxable
CROSS COUNTRY packages, and several
good-quality used DOWNHILL packages.
COME CHECK IT OUT!
24B1018

1965 CHRYSLER WINDSOR with power
steering/brakes, v8. Good condition. $1600.00 or
best offer. 761-8274. 55B1018
FORD MAVERICK 1973 runs great, no rust,
dependable. $800 or offer. 994-6605 eves/weekends.
22C1017
AUCTION SALE - Saturday October 19th at
11 a.m. at Burroughs Farm, Brighton. Selling
125 cottages and furniture contents, frigerators,
stoves, steel and wood beds, wooden and metal
kitchen tables and chairs, dressers and fold down
couches, plus lots of other items, video games,
boats. Terms cash for hand bill. Located at
5341 Brighton Road, Brighton. Main and Grand
River take Main St. west 3%miles to Burroughs
Farm turn right and follow signs. Call Robert
Duddley - auctioneer Howell (517)-546-3145.
47B1018
- ATTENTION STUDENTS -
Giant Flea Market
Household items, furniture, jewelry, vin-
tage clothing, new and old. 150 dealers. 6:00-
10:00 p.m. Fri., 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat.-
Sun., 214 E. Michigan at Park, Downtown
Ypsilanti, 487-5890, 971-7676. cBtc

APPLE II 80 Column monitor, epson printer,
modem, pascal, 30 disks of software, $1000 or
best offer. 18B1017
FOR SALE - Exercise bicycle. Vitamaster
w/speedometer and odometer. $55 cash. Call
763-2974. 44B1021

STUDENT SERVICES
MUSIC FOR your party - lights - DJ. Call
Music Concepts: 665-6725. 45G1022
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 662-4530. cGtc
ACE Word processing, student discount.
769-9069. 21G1120
GMAT/LSAT. Stanley Kaplan Educational
Center, class to prepare for January GMAT exam
begins October 24th. Classes to prepare for
December LSAT exam begin October 27th and
November 6th. Call 662-3149. cG1023

HELP WANTED

FOR RENT

FURNISHED ROOM with cooking facilities on
Geddes near Observatory. Female preferred.
Mod. Mgt. 668-6906 or 663-3641. 75C1017
ROOM for male in furnished 1-bedroom
apartment on Church. $190./month includes heat,
water. Private parking. 668-4642. 46C1022
4 MONTH CONTRACTS! Sign now for affordable
co-op living for winter semester. Call the ICC at
662-4414. cCct
A BARGAIN at a reduced rent. Immediate
occupancy. EXTRA LARGE - 2 BEDROOM
APT. New furniture, drapes and carpeting, air
conditioning, patio, secured Bldg. Packard near
Hill St. Call Modern Mgt. 668-6906 or 663-3641.
74C1017

PART-TIME temporary data programmer
needed immediately. SPH 1, University of
Michigan. Must have experience using MTS and
OSIRIF. Duties include data cleaning,
construction of new variables, data analysis, and
documentation. Salary: $7.50-$10.00/hour
dependent on skill and experience. Contact Pat,
763-5841.Non-descriminatory affirmative action
employer. 36H1018
TELLERS: An Ann Arbor Savings and Loan
branch requires part time tellers to assist in
our day to day operations. The ideal candidates
should possess a high school diploma with
previous teller experience desired. If qualified,
forward your resume to: P.O. Box 43089, Detroit
MI 48243-43089. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
31H1018
WANTED: Experienced banquet waiters.
Part-time. 971-1386. 25H1024
$4-$10/HR. Need Diligent, responsible, motivated
person. Very flexible hours. Easy Job. 668-8492.
Mercury's Messengers. 13H1017
WANTED: MODEL for glamour art photography
for possible commercial reproduction. Also
make-up, artist. Call for an interview 769-5745.
28H1101

HELP WANTED

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

DORM DOINGS

ACROSS
1 Party man, in a
way
5 Howard of the
"Three
Stooges"
10 Eared container
14 Israeli
statesman
15 Pertaining to
John Paul II
16 Protuberance
17 Parlor piece
18 Sheepish?
19 Excursion
20 Crystal gazer
21 Fruit fit forthe
gods?
23 Oolong and
pekoe
25 Collier's way
26 Galwayor
Bantry
28 "Arrividerci
31 City on the
Smoky Hill
River
35 High mountain
36 Problem for the
police
38 Stage design
39 Clark Kent's girl
41 Worker with
gold or silver
43 Half: Prefix
44 - tree
46 - Park,
Colorado town
48 Sound from the
cote
49 Set forth
51 Cook quickly
52 Dispensers of
TLC
53 Crusaders'
stronghold
55 Snate leader

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7
7

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'0 Broadcasted
'1 Does a farmer's
job
'2 Part of a wave
'3 Units of work
DOWN
1 Harry's
helpmate
2 Orchestral reed
3 Temporary
fasteners
4 Kind of drum
5 Patrons
6 Own
7 Homeric effort
8 Huge ray
9 Argues before
the court
10 Having right to
11 Threadbare
12 Entertainer
Adams
13 Corded fabrics
22 Saudi capital
24 Rainbow
26 Hobbyist's
wood
27 Century plants
29 Marcel
Marceau, for
one

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32
33
34
37
40
42
45
47

Off the mark
Ship to liven the
party?
E"--is an
Island": Donne
Opera house
highlights
Diminutive
ending
Footwear for
Bird
Recliner attach-
ment
Roguish
Sign of a hit
ANSWER TO PR

50 "- of
Capricorn":
Miller
54 Bobble
56 Unpackaged
57 Gigs, to Getz
58 Soil: Comb.
form
59 The Argonauts,
in a sense
60 Bird sound
61 Stowe heroine
et al.
63 Chess piece
64 Fixes in place
EVIOUS PUZZLE:

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S TA R TOT E R R

MALE DOUBLE Alice Lloyd for sale Winter
term 764-6919. 40D1021
TIRED OF FROZEN DINNERS?
Board at an ICC cooperative. Cheap rated, good
home cooked meals. Call 662-4414. cDct

AS P
R E A
TAN
PGA
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SWEETEST DAY is Saturday! Zeta Tau Alpha
is selling carnations at dorms, fraternities, and
sororities, Tuesday-Friday. Carnations delivered
Saturday morning! $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00.
NCE1017
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ERIC! We love you!!
-Your two favorite Sigmas NCE1017
PATTI - Congratulations Sis! We're too much
alike. Love U - Beth NCE1017
PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY INC. would
like to announce a BAKE SALE Friday,
October 25th in the Fishbowl from 8:30 a.m.
until 4:30 p.m. Enjoy good food and good
friends. NCE1017

NURSING researchers need healthy volunteers,
ages 30-55, for non-invasive study effects of
straining on blood flow and pressure. On
completion of the study, participants will receive
$20. For further information call 763-6122.
20H1021
B.S.E.E.
SOPHOMORE or junior in electrical engineering
for part-time student technician position in
electronics research and development. Prefer
applicants who can solder, do mechanical
assembly and read schematics. Are you
interested in on-the-job experience with a
state-of-the-art machine tool manufacturer?
E.0. E.
RAYCON CORPORATION
A subsidiary of Ex-Cell-O
77 Enterprise Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
37H1017
TUTOR WANTED: EECS 370 (ECE 365). Call
761-6589. 54H1022
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS. Car required.
Part time, one or two nights/week. Hourly
wage, tips and mileage. Apply in person Omega
Pizza, 101 Washtenaw Place, near U of M
Hospital. 56H1029
TELEPHONE & COUNTER HELP. Lunch
hour Monday thru Friday, & Sunday 4:30 p.m. -
9 p.m. Apply in person Omega Pizza near U
of M Hospital. 57H1029
PART-TIME WORK.Moving company needs
part-time workers. Local work, flexible hours.
Call 973-9393 for an interview. 53H1018
WANTED BUS BOYS. 1345 Washtenaw. Sigma
Kappa 761-4781. 52H1022
RACKHAM STUDENT GOVERNMENT needs
people to watch the polls during their elections
on October 30th and 31st. Minimum wage. Call
763-5271. 41H1023
CAB DRIVERS WANTED. Flexible hours.
663-4545 days or nights. 42H1028
STUDENT MAGICIAN NEEDED November 2nd.
$50 for evening. Please call 764-0897. ' 39H1028
NEED FEMALE AND MALE nude models for
lifedrawing classes at Eastern Michigan
University. For further information phone
487-1268. 33H1018
ARE YOU a part time student needing extra
money? We need an assistant manager with food
industry experience. Hours are all day Sunday
and Monday. Call 1-334-8846. 34H1018
MOVEABLE FEAST - dishwashers, full and part
time. Days and evenings. Call 663-3281. 35H1018
MEAL JOB AVAILABLE. Enjoy your meals
in a Sorority. Positions open for reliable men.
Some weekends included. 761-7553. 43H1022
MEN AND WOMEN ages 18 to 60 years needed
for a weight loss study. The study consists
of a 56-day program of diet and an appetite
suppressant. Subjects should be 15 to 45% above
their ideal weight and be otherwise in good health.
They should not have participated in a weight
reduction program or medication within one
month. If interested, please call Dr. David E.
Schteingart, M.D., University Hospitals, 764-2216,
between 10 a.m.and 2 p.m. 69H1022
DEVELOPING THAT
RESUME?

SITUATIONS
WANTED

BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING --ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
VOICE LESSONS by experienced Broadway
singer-actress, NYC teacher. Call Joyce Godfrey
761-7667. 51J1022
Papers/Resumes/Coverletters
EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158
cite
THE NEW SCHOOL OF PIANO
First lesson complimentary. 994-0371
cJ1211
PROFESSIONAL RESUME SERVICES.
Complete resume preparation. All fields. Mailing
services available. Toll free anytime.
1-800-6-CAREER. 30J1018
SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESSING
***20% Off 1st paper (with this ad)***
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letters,
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217.
cJtc
ACCUTYPE.
WORD PROCESSING
Resumes, Papers, Cover Letters, Etc.
Complete Secretarial Service
Available Same Day Service
761-5050
cJtc

NEEDED - Foster Homes for Vietnamese
Refugees. (313) 579-0302. 48P1022
TICKETS
DESPERATELY WANTED. OSU/Michigan
football tickets. 973-9582. cQtc
ABSOLUTE top dollar paid for UM football tick-
ets. Call 973-6327. cQtc
NEEDED: 6 Ohio State tickets. Top dollar paid.
764-8627. 65Q1023
ROOMMATES
FEMALE - to share 1 Bedroom Apt. $200.,
Including utilities. 668-9929. 27S1018
SHARE TWO BEDROOM apartment on Geddes
Road in Albert Terrace, $179.00nmonth plus
$240.00 deposit, if interested call 663-7802 ask
for Benjamin. 87S1014

MISCELLAN EOUS

1

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PERSONAL

U S E BOB DUGAPUGA -Happy 21st Birthday - I

cM102

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4 5 6 7 8
15
18
21

9 10 11
16
19
22
31 32
38

U $ E BOB DUGAPUGA - Happy 21st Birthday -- I
E A L know it was October 13th. Sorry I'm late. Hope
the celebration was fun. Sheryl B. NCF1018
L L E AH-SO! ANN ARBOR SOCIETY FOR ORIGAMI
E T E (AASC) Free paperfolding session tonight! 6-9
p.m., Slauson School, Art Room #136, West
10/17/85 Washington at 9th. All welcome. 66F1017
ALL your cosmetic needs at the Village
12 13 Apothecary. 1112 S. University. cFct
A CUT ABOVE HAIR DESIGN - Special $5 off
any service, first visit only. Call 662-2544 for
appointment. cFtc
MEN'S WORKSHOP -WOMEN'S WORKSHOP.
Meeting separately, then together, October 25-27.
$35 registration plus sliding scale professional
fee. Bob Blood, Ph. D., Margaret Blood, M. A.
769-0046. cF1024

FREE
SENIOR
PORTRAITS
Oct. 7-Nov. 1
Student Publications Bldg.

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CONFIDENTIAL
INEXPENSIVE

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