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CLASSIFIED ADS

764-0557

Cotinued from Previous Page
HELP WANTED
COONSELORS- ASSOCIATION OF IN-
DEPENDENT CAMPS seeks qualified coun-
selors for 75 residential children's private
cilN s July and August. Contact:Association
of Independent Camps
43 West 23rd Street- Sixth floor
New York, NY 10010
(212) 645-6620.
while you Earn this summer. Depend-
stron woman needed to help profes-
si disa led, woman with meals, personal
some driving, central campus area. 662-
24-
NANNY CONNECTION. CHILD CARE
POSITION AVAILABLE in East Coast area
&r Florida. Full time or summer, w/ well
sg reened families. For more info. call Linda,
(313) 687-0601 or May at (313) 234-9040 or
wte: Nanny Connection, PO Box 302, Mt.
Morris, Mi. 48458.
N NNY POSITIONS. Care for children in
oe of several East or West Coast locations.
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sc1 eves. One year commitment. Non-
smokers preferred. Call for interview. LA
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NURSING STUDENTS ARE YOU INTER-
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We need can individuals for home care
patients. Call 9 3-9111, weekdays for appt.
OFFICE ASSISTANT
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ferred. Call Karen at 973-7111.
PROGRAMMER $9.63-11.75/HOUR
Call today, now hiring. 419-471-1440
Only fee $75-adv. 'o info ob.
Exchange STUDENT DICOUN AVAIL-
ABLE
RENAISSANCE
is seeking part time sales assistants for
women 's highl fashion. Positions begin im-
mediately and continue year round. Contact
D.M. Gilbert 769-8511.
RESALE SHOP NEEDS PERSON FOR
FURNITURE SALES AND DELIVERY
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Healthy males 18-55 ma qualify for medi-
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o ,i996-7051 for summer re-
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Oncology.
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camp crafts, drama, arts & crafts, sports. Cali
or write for application, Jewish Community
Center, Cam Wise, 3305 Mayfield Road,
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118. (216) 382-
4000, Ext. 267.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT FOR U OF M
STUDENTS w/Paragon Products, Inc.
$3 250 min./ 13 wk. summer + Ft. Laud-
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Invaluable business. expenence; coop credit
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SUMMER EMPLOYMENT POSITIONS
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help.Desk Clerks
Dock Porters
Housekeepers
Call, Write or send a resume to :
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PO Box 7706 Ann Arbor MI 48107
ACT NOWI (313)663-5750
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT. $300/wk. for
more information come to The Michigan
League, Room D {3rd floor), Thurs., April 16
at10 am., 12 noon, 2 pm., or 4 pm.
SUMMER JOBS
$9.00 to start. National chain accepting appli-
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view now, start after finals. Call 728-5101
from 2-6 pm.
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Unique summer job opp. working for an out
of slate co. Opp. to earn $4,000-5,000 & col-
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through our placement program. nter-
view/meeting, 7:00, Room C of Michigan
Iague. April 13. Fresh., Soph., Juniors pref.
TLVEPHONE SALES REPS. Part-time
evenings. Hourly wage plus commissions.
You can work in Ann Ar or Farmington
Hills. Call 973-9733.

HELP WANTED

OUTDOOR WORK. Full time. Earn $5-8 per
hour. You can work in Ann Arbor or Farm-
ington Hills. Must have your own transporta-
tion. Call 973-9733.
PART-TIME, due to expansion, National
firm must fill several positions. $7.19 to start
flex. hours. 3 eves., half day on Sat. Need
car. 1-728-5101 2-6pm.
PHOTOGRAPHY $13.00/HOUR/AAill
train. Hiringnow. 419-471-1440
Only fee $75-adv. o info 'ob'
Exchange STUDENT DISCOUNY AVAIL-
ABLE
THE MICHIGAN VIDEO YEARBOOK IS
LOOKING FOR enthusiastic students to fill
exec. positions for the 1987-1988 VIDEO
YEAR OK. Positions in production, pub-
licity, sales programming, treasurer, music
and more. Ca for info. 665-3214.
THERE'S A JOB FOR YOU INA SUM-
MER CAMP. The American Camping Asso-
ciation (NY) will make your alication
avail. to over 300 camps in the Northeast.
Exciting opportunities or college students
and professionals. Positions avail: all land &
water sports, arts & crafts drama, music,
dance, i pping, nature, .N.'s M.D's
Aides, kitchen, & maintenance. C"OLLEGI
CREDIT AVAILABLE. CALL OR WRITE
FOR APPLICATION. AMERICAN CAMP-
ING ASSOCIATION, 43 W. 23 St., Dept
(4W, New York, N.Y. 10010. 212-645-
WANTED 3 or 4 BEDROOM HOUSE
FOR SPRING/SUMMER CALL 747-6897
WANTED: A MATURE WARM PERSON
FOR CHILDCARE IN WY HOME. 15-30
hrs./wk. Times flexible. Non-smoker. Refer-
ences desired. Call after 6 pm. or w/e, 665-
3320.
WAREHOUSE WORKER $6.00/hr.
Will train. Call now 419-471-1440.
Only fee $75 adv. job info job.
Exchange Student Discount Available
WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT OR
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for a visit or call 764-2547 for more informa-
tion.
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specialty to COLLEGIATE REFERENCE
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is seeking friendly, caring students living in
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positions.
Write - 27580 Harvard, Southfield, MI 48076
356-8123 58100415

BUSINESS SERVICES
ELLIOTT DELIVERY-- Specializing in
moving single items or vanloads. 995-4220
or 483-61.
SUMMER STORAGE! Also SHIPPING to
NY, NJ. Student rates includepick-up & de-
liv. Call MICHIGAN MOVE today- 668-
0972.
Do you sleep around?
We do.
Dragon's Lair futons
410 N. Fourth Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
761-1 828
FUTON:
" A Perfect Sleeping Surface
" Great for Small Budgets

COMPUTER MDSE.
Apple 2+ w/ 2 disk drives, 64K, monitor, Ep-
son FX80 printer, software fan and timer,
surge protector. $299 769-563 1.
COMPUTERS, rinters, modems. Specials
this month on12 0B Modem only $1 29. Call.
Automation Link, 747-9000.
MORE MAC'S
(2) 512K
w/ Ext. Disk Drive &
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$1199 each
PERFECT CONDITION
No Joke!
Call Jim 662-2198
If no answer, leave message.
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DETROIT (AP) - As contract
talks with United .Auto Workers
union draw closer, General Motors
Corp. Chair Roger Smith is doing
some grass-roots campaigning of
his own.
As head of the No. 1 automaker,
Smith has been touring plants and
meeting face-to-face with some of
the 380,000 workers whose cont -
racts are at stake in this summer's
negotiations.
While visiting the GM plants,
Smith shakes hands with line emp -
loyees and answers questions on
topics ranging.from future products
to the lack of profit sharing for
hourly workers.
Union officials say he has been
received cordially at most plants

The Michigan Daily -Monday, April 13, 1987 - Page 7
GM chair campaigns
before contracttak

even if workers don't buy all of his
answers.
The executive has endured some
heckling during his tours, which
came on the heels of an announce -
ment that GM workers would not
get profit-sharing checks due to
insufficient earnings by the auto -
maker.
Those who have met with Smith
say he is not there to inspect oper -
ations and equipment. GM officials,
however, maintain the tours are
routine.
Jim Sickles, recording secretary
for UAW Local 652, said he thinks
the tours are aimed at generating
support before the negotiations.

ROOMMATES

GOING PLACES

CALL REGENCY TRAVEL for low fares to
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Ask about Eurail and Britrail passes. Call
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FLY TO BURLINGTON VT 4/24- 4/27.
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for sale. Lv. Apr. 30. Call 994-8552 or 764-
9728.
RIDER WANTED TO BOSTON/ CAPE
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mid May. Contact Martin Ross at 517-372-
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Get away for 3 days, 2 nights in Traverse
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TRAVEL PLANS: For interviews, going
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MUSICAL
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WANTED. FLUT OPEN HOLE SILVER
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$100 or best: Roomate (female) to share
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I OR 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES NEEDED
SEPT. '87-SEPT '88 for 1 bedroom in a 2 br.
at. Bilevel, close to campus. Call us at 761-
257.
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Call Cindy after 5pm. 764-5676.
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Sept.) Call Dean 764-0808.
LOOKING FOR 1 or 2 ROOMMATES to
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Kingsley. $215/mo. Call Andy, 764-6986.
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anytime.
ROOMMATE NEEDED: Male nonsmoking
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apt. Good price & location. Call Mike 764-
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SEPT. 87- AUG. 88. Male roomate needed to
share bdrm. in 2 bedroom condo. $180, incl.
heat water. Call Dave 764-1025.
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We need 2 or 3 good people (preferably fe-
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think we do. Call 662-4504. Remember, it's
not just a house, it's an adventure.
WANTED: A mature non-smoking female
Christian to share beautiful two bdrm. apt. in
N. campus area beginning May. Must be
neat, like plants. Cat may be welcomed. Call
Kristine: 663-7941 or write: 1517 Jones Dr.
#19, Ann Arbor 48105.

MONROE, Mich. (AP) -
Detroit Edison Co. shut down its
Fermi II nuclear plant yesterday of -
ter discovering a leak in one of the
steam line systems, the utility said.
"The plant was totally shut
down by 5 p.m. because we had a
steam leak in one of the small
valves in a steam line system," said
Edison spokesperson Dan Vecchi -
oni. "Because of where the valve
was located, it couldn't be isolated
for repairs while the plant was

operating."
Vecchioni said the plant will be
down until "later this week" while
the valve is repaired and the cause
of the leak is investigated and cor -
rected.
The leak is not related to an
electrical short on Friday which
affected two safety systems, forcing
Edison to declare a low-level emer -
gency and reduce generating power
at the plant, he said.

Steam leak in nuclear
plant causes shutdown

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TIX. DEPAT. DET ETO-4/5/87
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April 14
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THE SEVENTH U.S.- JAPAN
AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
CONFERENCE
presented by
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SPEAKERS:
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