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OUTDOOR SUMMER JOBS
Painters and foreman needed in the following
areas: Ann Arbor-Call Heath at 764-4670,
Troy-Call Matt at 747-7595.
ATTENTION
Some jobs pay well. Some jobs change the
world. One job does both. Earn $225-275/wk.
working full/part time for the Michigan Cit-
zen's Lobby. 663-6824.
BABYSIT SP./SUM. in my home. Warm,
mature, non-smoker, with experience. 20-4-
hrs./wk. Hours flexible. Call 662-9795, leave
name and number.
BUSBOY WANTED. West side of Ann Ar-
bor. Chinese restaurant. Monday-Friday.
11:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Call 769-5722.
CAMP COUNSELORS
Male/female, outstanding slim and trim down
camps: tennis, dance, simnastics WSI, ath-
letics, nutrition/dietetics. Age 20+. 7 weeks.
Camp Camelot on College Campuses at Mas-
sachusetts, Pennsylvania, North Carolina
California. Contact: Michele Friedman, 941
Hewlett Drive, North Woodmere, NY,
11581. 800-421-4321.
CLERK-Clinical Research Center. Must be
eli eable for college work/study. Spr./Sum.
$5. 5/hr. Call Jeanne at 936-8080.
CLERK-CLINICAL RESEARCH CTR. to
work weekends. Must be eligeable for col-
le e work/study spr./sum. 5.25/hr. Call Chris
Wllis at 936- 8090.
COMPUTER SALES POSITION with Au-
tomation Link. Call 747-9400, Rafiq.
COUNSELORS
Prestigious co-ed Bershire, MA summer
camp seeks skilled college uniors, seniors
and grads. WSI, Tennis, Sailing, Windsurf-
ing, Waterski Canoe, Athletics, Aerobics,
Archery, Golt, Gymnastics Fitness/Weight
Training, Arts and Crafts, hotograpySil-
ver Jewelry Theatre, Piano, ance,
Stage/Tech, tomputer Science, Rocketry,
Camping, Video, Woodworking Newspaper.
Have a rewarding and enjoyable summer.
Call Anytime!
CAMP TACONIC
914-762-2820
CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMER/ MAT
CUTTER. Full time or part time flexible
hours, west of Ann Arbor. all 426-505.
EARN $500 AND UP per week this summer.
Established painting company with foreman
positions available for summer. Excellent at-
mosphere, excellent opportunities. Serious
inquines. Call 881-4855
EARN WHILE YOU LEARN Ecolo
Center/Recycle Ann Arbor seeks PT
work/study. Editing research main and re-
cycling assistants %1-3186 F6R INb.
Easy Work! Excellent Pay! Assemble
prodects at home. Call for information. 312-
41-8400 Ext. A-2085.
FULL TIME- SUMMER. Maintain private
grounds. Chelsea area. Refs. required. 475-
1493.
FULL-TIME or PART-TIME help needed to
staff computer/A.V. user's facility on Medi-
cal Campus. Flexible hours, weekdays.
$3.95-$4.05 per hour. Call Debbie or Sharron
at 763-6770.
FULL-TIME SUMMER MANAGER MAY-
AUG. A Iat Study Break, Michigan
Union. 662210.
FUTURE STOCKBROKERS: Leam how to
negotiate, and earn money while you learn.
Work at Michigan Telefund 611 Church
Street, Suite 304. Call 763-742b for details
GOOD PAY...FOR GOOD PEOPLE. Pleas-
ant, low pressure, telephone work for non-
prof it group. Clear, frendly voice a must.
Call 769- 950for interview.
LAWN CUTTING
Full-Time needed irnmediately.Experience
preferred. Call 662-0865.
MICHIGAN UNION TICKET OFFICE
wants to hire clever, personable,
Spring/Summer work/study students. Apply
in person. U-M is an equal opportunity, af-
firmative action employer.
SUMMER HELP
Cashiers,-sales clerks, & stock help. Nice
place to work, 662-3118.
SUMMER JOBS
Excellent pay--flexible hours
-General Clerical
-Light Industrial
-Word Processing
Plan Ahead--Call
Norrell Tepoary Service now

HELP WANTED
NANNIES NEEDED
Join our NANNY NETWORK of of over 700
placed by us in the Northeast. One year
working with kids in exchange for salaries up
to $300/wk., room & board, air fare & bene-
fits. We offer the BEST CHOICES in fami-
lies & location. Contact Bonnie Martin, at
HELPING HANDS INC. Recruitment
Councelor at 475-9077 for brochure & appli-
cation. Featured on NBC's TODAY SHOW
& in.October 1987 WORKING MOTHER
MAGAZINE as nationally recognized leader
in Nanny placement. Est. 1984.
NANNY - NYC
We seek a loving, patient, responsible male
or female, 19 or older to live in and care for
our loving intelligent 8 year old boy and run
errands. river's license a must. Non-
smoker. Salary neg. Aug. to June min. We
are a fun-filled , caring family who have been
empy mid-western young adults for 7
years. We live in NYC and are located on the
upper west side of Manhattan in a nice
neighborhood adjacent to Central park. W in-
vite you to talk to our prior child care people.
If interested, please call collect 212-799-
3394.
NEED ENGLISH TEACHERS IN KOREA.
BA degree required, teaching conversation to
businessmen, college students. Roundtrip air-
fare provided. Send resume to John 112
Westview Ypsi, MI 48197. 485-1848.
PART-TIME LAWN & GARDEN
WORK.One day per week. May-Aug. $5/Hr.
Near central campus. Call 769-4080.
Person wanted to work part time on field re-
search project. Applicants should have inter-
est or experience in industrial design, interior
design and/or survey research. Some travel
required. Send resume to: Herman Miller
Research Cooration, 3971 S. Research Park
Dr., Ann Arbor, MI 48108. Attn: Tom or
Christin.
PINE KNOB MUSIC THEATRE now hiring
for summer employment. Send stamped self-
addressed envelope to: Application 1988,
P.O. Box 16499, Carkton, MI 406
Present or former English 225 students: stu-
dents.needed to serve as subjects for a project
examining the use of computers in wnting.
Experience using computers for writing re-
q.uired. $5.00/hr. for 6-9 hours over 4 ses-
sions. Availability Sprin term helpful. Call
Deanna Migut, Sholof Ed. 936-2743.
REPRODUCTIVE BI-
OLIGIST/EMBRIOLOGY. Very active, ex-
panding fertility/invitrofertilization service
seeks second biologist for clinical lab work
with human gametes. Medtech/BS, some exp.
variable hours. willing to train dedication re-
quired. 25K. Send resume to :1.O. Box 2674,
Ann Arbor, Mi. 48106.
STARTING SUMMER WITH EMPTY
POCKETS?
DON'T
PIRGIM is now hiring students to work thru
April on our phone campaign to keep unsafe
radioactive waste out of-Michigan. Ad-
vancement and summer job possibilities.
Flexible eve. hrs. $5.00+/hr. Call Sean 930-
1806.
SUMMER DAY CARE POSITION available
with easygoinglarge family. Fulltime in my
home. Starts May 1. Expenence with new-
born necessary. Ideal for early childhood de-
velopment student. Car necessary. Call
Nancy at 665-3844.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT for U of M stu-
dents with Paragon Products Inc. $3,250
min./13 week summer plus Ft. Lauderdale
trip in fall for qualified students. Automobile
required. Co-op credits possible for market-
ing/business students. For further information
and on-campus interview phone Mr. Ander-
son, erson to person, CbLLECT, 517-339-
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT with Royal
Prestige. $3250+ for.13 weeks ($250/week).
Great summer experience for your future re-
sume! For more information attend meeting
Thursda , A ril 14, 1988 in the Union Pond
Room. At 2:10Qor 4:10.
SUMMER JOBS: Help aids needed for home
care agency Ann Arbor Ypsilanti area. Stu-
dent nurses welcome. Please call 1-800-648-
1194.

HELP WANTED
SUMMER JOBS
FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
Make money, make friends make a differ-
ence. Work with PIRGIM, the state's largest
consumer/environmental lobby. Protect the
environment from toxic waste while earning
$3000 this summer. Will train. Advancement
opportunities. Call Sandy at 930-1806.
SUMMER RESTAURANT HELP
WANTED. Positions open for waitresses,
waiters, hosts, bartenders busboys. Apply in
person at Key Largo 1Restaurant, 142 E.
Walled Lake Drive, Walled Lake. 669-1441.
TELEMARKETING POSITION on-campus.
$4/hr. Call747-9400, Rafiq.
THE ROOSTERTAIL
DISTINCTIVE CATERERS
$6.00 - $10.00 PER HOUR
Summer help wanted immediately. Experi-
ence helpful but not necessary. Must be ener-
getic, self-motivated and willing to learn.
Fexible hours. Will train. Call or write 100
Marquette, Detroit, MI 48214 (313)
822-1234
VETERINARY RECEPTIONIST-ASSIS-
TANT
Approx. 25 hrs/wk. will train
Call 668-146.
WANTED: ONE advanced undergraduate or
graduate student with fortran experience and
some experimental skills to work on a short,
intensive project. $8+ per hr. Call1764-5448.
YOUNG MAN NEEDED for yard work,
etc., in priv. home. 663-9338, msg. 663-1443
WILLOWAY DAY CAMP
is seeking talented, friendly students
living in W. Bmfld, Birm., SfId., &
Farm., for general counseling, WSI
and A&C ositions in a fun summer')ob.
(June 20-Aug. 19. Write: 27580
Harvard, Southfield, MI 48076
Call: 356-8123
PERFECT FOR STUDENTS!
Part time jobs with MAJOR
telemarketing company working
evenings. $5-$8/hour. Located 2
BLOCKS from Student Union.
Call 996-8890. Ask for Mr. Rush.
TELEMARKETERS
Permanent part-time positions
available. Earn $5-11 per hour
while you learn. Flexible hours.
Sales experience preferred.
Call Mr. Maltese, 998-2027

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FEMALE NON-SMOKING ROOMMATE
needed to share 1 bdrm. apt. Sept.- Aug.
lease, Walnut St. - off Geddes. Julie 764-
9805.
FEMALE NONSMOKER-share beautiful 1-
bdrm. apt. '88-Au . '89. 3 min. walk to
campus. $305. 761-5471.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED: share 1g.
rm. in house. Sept.-Sept., cheap. Call 747-
6538 persistently!
LOOK NO FURTHER! If you are a female
nonsmoker looking for a place in Sept. I have
a large 1 -bdrm apt. on S. Forest for you.
Please call Amy at 763-0788.
NONSMOKER to share 2 bdrm. apt. near
cam pus for summer. Rent negot. Call Bob,
663-0180 or 763-4067.
SP./SU. SUBLET, Female Roommate to
share 4 person apt. $110/mo. Ph. 930-0163.
TWO HOUSEMATES NEEDED for beauti-
ful house in quiet residential area near cam-
p us. Laundry facilities, garage, own rooms.
Reasonable prices for spnng summer sublets.
YOUR OWN ROOM in 7 bedroom coed
Ketown area house. May-Ma for
$225/mo. Our summer sublet for $100/mo.
Great housemates! Call 995-4599.

SUPER OFFER- MusicMan guitar amp/cab
150W/ Ch, 4 12" sp. Call Tod:769-126/b
COMPUTER MDSE
WANTED. Used Apple ;'Macintosh Plus"
computer in ~ood condition. Call collect
(616755-6515
MOVING SOON????
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Section and rid
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roommates) !!!!!!

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TICKETS

GOING HOME? Apr. 27 Det. to NY plane
ticket, $70 or best. Call at 764-0821.
PLANE TICKET: Detroit to Newark. April
28. Call Gregg at 764-0959.
TWO RT. NORTHWEST AIR TCKS. An -
where US-Canada. Exp. 3/89. $200. 66 -
7490 Mia.
GOING PLACES
***EUROPE CHARTERS***
Amsterdam from $418, Paris from $568
Frankfurt from $428 London from $468
Eurail Youth ass $320
***ORIENT SUPERFARES***
Bangkok $969, Hong Kon $799
Okinawa $999, Osaka $39
Seoul $799, Tai Peti$799, Tokyo $899
Regency Travel, 209211 S. State
Call for de tails, 665-6122.
BABY YOU CAN DRIVE MY CAR[
Well at least ou can share my truck going to
NYC Ail 29. Call Ian @ 764-4761 or Re-
becca 996-5960.
COED BICYCLE TOURS-COLORADO
ROCKIES '88. Whitewater rafting n,
van support. College Cycle Tours 3 3f35
1370.
COMPLETE TRAVEL:For Interviews Va-
cations, Getting away! 1920 Pkrd. 761-9533.
GOING HOME?
Detroit-Boston nonstop-one-way Friday May
6th. 761-8953.
Looking for a ride home to NY NJ Pa?
Leaving May 3 or 4 call Jill 663-2912.
ONE WAY AIR TCKT from Metro to Al-
bany, NY on 4/30. $80 or B.O. Call 764-
2034.
MISCELLANEOUS
ANYONE WORKING IN NEW YORK next
year? Looking for non-smoking male room-
mate.s) to share an apt. from summer through
next year. If interested call Chris 930-1736.

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Very flexible day or evening hours. 80 wpm.
668-8898.
***APPLY NOW***
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. Call for interview. Mon-Fri 11-4. 42 -
BABYSITTER FOR TWO GIRLS, 2 and 5.
12:15-6:15, Mon. and Wed.GMay-Aug. Ref-
erences, non-smoker. 665-7424.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 2 yr old.girl in
our Burns Park home through summer (or
longer). Warm & expriencenon-smoker w/
own transportation & references wanted. 10+
hrs/wk. Pay & starting date neg. Please call
769-2875.
BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 4 YR AND 7
YR OLD 11:30-6:30 Mon and Wed. Use of
pool. Cal 996-2518 after 7 pm. Own trans-
portation preferred. Not necessary.
BECOME AN ACTIVIST
Concerned about the future of our planet?
Sane/Freeze is hiring women and men who
want to do meaningful work for peace this
summer in Ann Arbor. Gain valuable politi-
cal organizing experience. Training, salary,
benefits. Call Bar at 663-3913 10 am to 4
pm. EOE

ROOMMATES

2 FEMALE ROOMMATES wanted to share
one room in large 2 bdrm. apt. next to CCRB.
Sept.-Sept. Call Sandy for more info. 764-
7864 leave message.
2 ROOMMATES NEEDED FOR
FALL/WINTER in Tower Plaza Condos.
Great location, all new frumishings. Male
non-smoking undergrads pref. Only $300/mo.
per person. Only an 8 mo. lease! Call Dean
4 MO. LEASE AVAIL. JAN.-MAY '89.
Own room in great 5 bdrm. house. Fem. non-
smoker pref. all Beth 761-9801.
FALL- Female roommate to share 2 bdrm.
fum. apt. on Church & Willard. $400/mo.
incl. util. Parking. You'll like it! Call 662-
0977.

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