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6 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 27, 1993
SFIED DS 64L055egslature
5toprvatize

1981 MAZDA 626LX 2 dr. 5 sp. blue, rusty,
reliable 147,000 mi. $500. 475-3534.
386 IBM Desktop 80MB 33MHZ SVGA
$599,
386SL Dell Notebook 60MB 64 GRAYS
$1099,
486SL NOTEBOOK 25MHZ 80MB w/fax
$1389,
486DX DESKTOP 33MHZ 215MB 4RAM
$1099,
Color 386SLI Toshiba 120 Notebook $1990,
Factory warranty&software 313-662-1847.
386 PACKARDBELL 40MB HD 4MB
RAM w/VGA Modem mouse/Best offer.
Doug 662-9240.
82 COROLLA WAGON. Good mechanical
cond., tape, many new parts. $500 930-9787.
BICYCLES: All speeds, men/womens. $25-
$50 good cond. Also parts. 475-3238.
CARPET FOR SALE 12 X 12, Grey, Beige,
Tope. $100. Will Deliver. 741-5110.
CARPET-BEIGE 8 3/4 X 12. Good
condition, finished edges. $100. 994-0164.
CARPET-BLUE 12 X 14 with pad, exc.
cond., finished edges. $150. 994-0164.
COMPUTER: ZENITH Supersport Laptop
20 MB Drive. Carrying case, software incl.
exc. cond. $450 or best. 995-0063 before 11
p.m.
ERIC'S ACTION SPORTS: Team
uniforms and shoes for all indoor sports. 2
blocks off State Street. Call 663-6771.
FENDER STRATOCASTER, 1986 black
Rosewood F.B. Call Jay 747-9305. $350.
GUITAR: 1991 Ovation Ultra Electric
coustic. Hardly Used. $350. 663-9874.
IBM COMPATIBLE - 286, 16MHz, 40MB
Hard Disk, 2 MB Extended Ram, 1.2MB &
1.44MB Floppy Drives, 101-Key Extended
Keyboard, Samsung 14" Mono Monitor,
2400 Baud Modem, ITOH 1550 Dot-Matrix
Printer, & lots of Software. $500 or best
offer. Call Steve, 769-7989 & leave message.
MACINTOSH PLUS- perfect for word
processing, 1 MEG Memory, 20 MEG Ex-
ternal hard drive, Imagewriter Printer, lots of
software. $425. Frank 996-9972.
MIGHIGAN FOOTBALL TICKETS for
sale. Illnois, Houston, & Purdue. Face value.
728-8499. No Ohio State.
PRINTER: HEWLETT PACKARD Laser-
jet UIPExc. cond. Barely used. $500 or best.
995-0063 before I11 p.m.
TANDY 3800HD NB comp., HP deskjet
500, 60 MB, 2MB ram, dos s.d., windows
3.1, wordperf. 5.1 quattro pro 3.0 $1500/best.
Laura 764-6643.
WATERBED: Twin-sized, complete $100.
Call Jay 747-9305.
1987 NISSAN 300 ZX, 2+2, red, 5 speed,
37,000 mi., ex cond., $8200, 665-6392.
80 FORD FIESTA 76000Mi. 4-spd, New
wtr.pmp, bat., tires, $850. Call 685-5479.
89 SUZUKI GS500E sport bike 500CC exc.
care 8k mi. blk. $1900 Pat 741-4496.
STUDENT CAR - '81 Fairmount. $4501
offer. Call Ken @ 998-4858 for details.
$295-$450. Private room for one or two in a
well-maintained campus house. All
amenities. Parking avail. Campus Rentals
665-8825.
1 BDR. APT. Furnished. 311 S. Division #1.
$545/mo. mcl. util. Call 662-5313.
1 BEDROOM APARTMENT with study.
New carpet. A/C and fireplace. $650/mo. Call
665-8825 for showing.
1 BEDROOM IN 2 bedroom apartment.
$180/mo, off campus. Tel. 995-4433.
2 BDRM. APT. FOR RENT $600- heat &
water incl. Close to central campus. 439-
8666 or 764-7536. Ask for Tina.
2 BEDROOM APT.
$599/mo. Free heat & water, by South Quad.
Room for 3. Oakland Mgmt: 761-7491.
2 ROOMS LEFT. Packard at Greenwood 8
mo. leases. Old Town Realty 663-8989.
3 BEDROOM APT.
1 blk. from B. School, new carpet, prkg. New
low rent! Oakland Mgmt: 761-7491.
AVAIL. NOW - State/Huron large room
+++ Gallatin Realty Co. 994-0624.
AVAIL. NOW. Single rooms in 5 bdrm. apt.
Rent $280 to $320/mo. Free Idry. Off street
prkg. Call 665-2723.

CAMPUS 2 BEDROOM
Available immediately. Dishwasher. Parking.
$750 includes heat and water. Call Today
665-8825.
FURN. EFF. - Great loc., close to Law &
Bus. Schools. Completely redecorated. Safe,
sunny & spacious. Quiet. Prkg. $425 +elec.
995-0621 or 313/356-1288.
GREAT BIG ROOMS at 911 Vaughn.
Newly remodeled, newly furnished, new
kitchen, free laundry, parking. Move in
today. 930-9999.
GREAT LGE. 2 BDRM. FURN., right on
cmps. 715 Church. Heating, prkg. incl.
Washer/dryer. Call Ann at 668-2488.
LARGE EFFICIENCY- CLEAN, QUIET
Laundry, pkng. close to campus. $425
through Aug. or $475 through Apr. 30. 662-
7121.
NICE BEDRM. Kitch-Free Parking-
Laundry. Call 662-9111 $350/mo. + $100
Deposit.

STUD."ENT SEsVCE
** SANDIE'S WORD PROCESSING **
Resumes/Dissertations/Papers/426-5217.

ANXIOUS? LONELY?
UNDERACHIEVING?
Perhaps Group Therapy is For You!
Absolutely Confidential. Call 761-7204
Counseling Center of Ann Arbor.

PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
Let us help you choose Life. 769-7283.

PARKING AT FOREST/SOUTH U. Tap-
pan/Hill, Linden/South U. Call 994-9469.
PARKING Central & Med, State & Kinglsey
Sts, thru 8-94. 769-2255.
ROOM AVAIL. in lavish 3 bdrm. HOUSE!
2 floors/2 bath/free Idry. & prkg. 15 min.
from campus. 663-1565 $300-350/mo.
ROOM IN A HOUSE
Near Kerrytown, prkg., furn., 2 baths
Close to Indry. Oakland Mgmt. 761-7491.
ROOM, BATH, SAUNA, whole foods, $ for
chores, childcare. References, no-smkg. flex.
hrs. near campus. 761-7319.
2 Months Free Rent!!!
Fall Special!!
Sharp & Spacious 1&2 Bedroom
Apartments overlooking Huron
River & Argo Park. Other
Amenities Include:
" Near U of M Campus
" Owner Paid Heat & Water
* Intercom System
" Window Treatment
" Laundry Facilities
" Dishwasher & Garbage
Disposal
from $52; Monthly
Shoreview 761-
Apartments 3404
or see us at 420 Kellogg St
TWO BEDROOM apartment. Furnished,
carpeted. One block to Rick's or the B-
School. Old Town Realty 663-8989.

TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
TELEPHONE JOBS FOR CLEAN
WATER*
Work with PIRGIM to educate its 40,000
citizen members and raise funds on
environmental issues. $6-$9/hr
Work Evenings. Call Linda at 662-6597.
*PIRGIM is also working on Ancient Forest
and Endangered Species Campaigns.
$$ CRUISE & TRAVEL jobs. Earn $2500/
mo. + travel the world free! (Caribbean,
Europe, Hawaii, Asia!) Cruise lines now
hiring for busy holiday, spring & summer
seasons. Guaranteed employment! Call (919)
929-3139.
1994 SUMMER MANAGEMENT posi-
tions now available. TASP international will
hire motivated students to fill management
positions in their hometown. Earn $7000-
$8000 next summer while building your
resume extensively and gaining crucial
experience. Positions are apon throughout
Michigan, particularly in West Bloomfield,
Grosse Pte., Midland, Mt. Clemens, Grand
Rapids, Muskegon, and Tecumseh. Positions
are filling quickly and are filled on a first
come most qualified basis. Call 1-800-543-
3792 Today!
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS Full and
Part Time. Flexible Hours, apply at Yes
Yogurt and Sandwich 2264 Main. 662-7701.
ACTIVIST
STOP
Corruption in Government.
Campaign staff positions
available with Michigan's largest
Consumer Rights group.
Full time 1-10 pm & Part time 4-10 pm.
60-Day $300/week
Call 663-1366.
ACTIVISTS!!
Why flip burgers when you can work with
Greenpeace earning meaningful experience?
Join our outreach staff working to prevent
pollution, protect our forests, and clean up
the great lakes.Call Sally at 761-1996. EO.
AV4ERSCHOOL CHILDCARE for 10, 12,
and 14 year old. T. and Th., Non-Smoker,
Call Sally at 677-6356.
ALASKA EMPLOYMENT - Fisheries.
Earn up to $2,000-$4,000+/month on fishing
vessels or in canneries. Many companies
provide transportation and room & board. No
experience necessary. Male or female. For
more information call: 1-206-545-4155 ext.
A5598.
BABYSITTER NEEDED in our home for 1
year old. Eves. 5-10 hrs/wk. 665-0932.
BABYSITTER NEEDED: on Wed. a.m.
from 9:30 to 11:30 for Mother's Circle
Group. $5/hr. For details, call 995-8639.
CHILD CARE in our home. Flexible week-
day hrs. Some eves/wkends. References &
transportation required. Call 973-0825.
CHILDCARE WANTED in our Ann Arbor
home for infant & toddler, must have
transportation & references. Non-smoker. 3
days per week. 1-5 p.m. 665-9013.
CHILDCARE NEEDED for toddler in my
home week nights and Sat. am. Experience,
references and own transportation necessary.
Call 747-9333 between 1-3 pmn.
CRUISE SHIPS HIRING- Earn up to
$2,000+/month Summer and career employ-
ment available. No experience necessary. For
more information 1-206-634-0468 ext.
C5598.
CUSTOMER CONTACT representative.
Small Environmental Co. needs dynamic
individuals. $6/hr + bonus. Flex. schedule
10-20 hrs/wk. Call for interview 994-7260.
GUEST SERVICE/HOSP. POS. AVAIL.
Residence Inn by Marriot 800 Victors Way.
PIT, M-Th, 4-8, alt. wknds. Apply in pers.
HOUSEKEEPING-laundry, cleaning, 12
hrs.wk. $7/hr., walking distance to campus;
call after 5:30 pm 662-7169.
Macintosh, Newtons,
& Windows..OH MY!
NewMedia will be attending the SWE-TBP
Career Fair and we are looking for a few
good programmers to join our firm. We are a
premire software development firm in the
Midwest.
NewMedia, Inc. specializes in graphcial,
client/server, object-oriented and multimedia
application development. Some of the tools
we are working with are Symantec C++/TCI,
Powerbuilder, Authorware, Visual Basic,
Visual C++, Oracle and the NTK
We offer a competitive salary and benefits in
a creative growing environment. Interested?
Stop By
NewMedia, Inc.'s
booth and check out the Newtons!
MOTHER AT HOME SEEKS HELP w/
childcare for 2 children & w/ light
housekeeping. Approx. 10 hrs/wk. Call 662-
3062.
OCCASIONAL BABYSITTER Evenings
or days, flexible. 3 children: 8, 4, & 9

months. References. 971-7721.
OFFICE ASSISTANTS 8-10 hrs/wk. Lotus
knowledge preferred. $5.25 start. Apply @
Bagel Factory 1306 S. University.
PART-TIME LUNCH ROOM SUPER-
VISOR/ Light maintenance. Elementary
aged children. Mon-Fri. 11:30 a.m.- 2:30
p.m. Phone Judy Marks 930-0333. Job
begins Oct. 6.
PERFECT STUDENT JOB. Easy, flexible,
earn $10/hr. 1-800-246-3991.
PUNCTUAL, CONSCIENTIOUS work-
study preferred student wanted for food retail
sales in a 6th flr. penthouse loc. at 426 S.
Thompson, ISR. This student manager posi-
tion pays $5.50/hr. to start for 12-15 hrs./wk.
through finals of all terms. Call Charles Nel-
son at 764-8512 btwn. 7a.m. & 3p.m. M-F.
No weekend hours.
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SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
tablished infertility clinic. If you are a male
student or professional 20-40 years of age we
need you. Donors will be paid $60 per ac-
ceptable specimens. For further information
please write APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann
Arbor, MI 48106.
SPRING BREAK REPS. wanted Acapulco
fr. $509, Jamiaca fr. $500, Cancun fr. $539.
Other destinations avail. Call Dan, 665-6122
@ Regency Travel 209 S. State.
STUDENTS WANTED to hand out flyers
between classes. $5 per assignment (approx.
30 min. work). Call Supreme Course
Transcripts 996-2386.
SUB TEACHERS NEEDED for infant pre-
school center. Call 994-1150 for info.
UNIVERSITY LIBRARY: need students
for midnight shifts in the library. Positions
are available in both central and north cam-
pus libraries. Please apply at the library per-
sonnel office, 404 Hatcher Graduate Library.
EOE.
WAITPERSON/CASHIER Responsible &
courteous Ref. needed. Amy 747-7259 for
info.
WANTED: COOKS & DISHWASHERS
Days and evenings. O'Sullivan's 1122 South
University. No phone calls.
WANTED: Responsible student with work-
study funding to assist with mail-order book
sales at Center for Chinese Studies. Job Pos-
ting 0096. 998-7181.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC credit or volun-
teer at U of M's Pound House Children's
Center during fall term. Join hundreds of past
students in a quality experience in working
with young children in a preschool setting.
Located at Hill and East University. Please
call 764-2547 for more information or to ar-
range a visit.
WORK-STUDY JOB opportunity! Duties at
U-M Software involves helping fill program
orders & answer inquiries about software
developed by faculty & staff. Must be
eligible for work-study financial aid this fall
& winter & be avail. 8-10 hrs/wk. Pay $6/hr.
Call Jerry Jackson 936-3473.
ATTN: BUSINESS STUDENTS
Let us BROADCAST FAX your resume to
your employment prospects. Azer &
Associates, 663-5333. Closed Succot.
TRAV!L
1 WAY DETROIT-FRANKFURT/GER-
MANY, Femalegood 'til 10/14. $250(cash).
995-5728.
LOW FARES-London fr. $406, Frankfurt fr.
$525, Seoul fr. $789, Tokyo fr. $1048.
Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
ROMANTIC FALL HIDEAWAY Traverse
City Area. Cozy log cabins $49-$69 nightly.
Inc. outdoor hot tub, boats, canoes & more.
Ellis Lake Resort. 616/276-9502.
SEATTLE - DRIVE MY CAR from A2 to
Seattle ASAP! Call Lisa 206/221-7157.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental fr. $159/$279. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Diane at
Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
STUDENTS DESERVE THEM! Special
student and youth fares at Student Travel
Breaks - Stamos Family Travel. 663-4400.
GUITAR LESSONS 769-5704 Teacher with
Viennese training and Masters Degree in
guitar has openings. Credit avail.
GUITARIST/SONGWRITER seeking
musicians or established band to work/create/
Etc original sounds. Brig at 764-1073.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO. 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons, repair, music.
Tune up & lesson specials. What's free?
DESPERATELY SEEKING PENN state
tix. for Oct. 16! Will pay well! Jodi 994-
8082.
WANTED: 1 TIX UM vs. Illinois. PH: 930-
2142. Ask for Dawn.
WANTED: 4 STUDENT TICKETS for
UofM vs. Iowa, October 2. Will pay $30/
ticket. Call 615/383-2144 and leave message.
INTRODUCTION TO BUDDHISM study
group. 5 Wednesday mornings starting Sept.
29 at the Zen Buddhist Temple. 761-6520.
WOMEN'S CLUB VB TRYOUTS
Sept. 30 & Oct 3
8-10 CCRB Gym
Come Join Us!
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LANSING (AP) - The friendly
turf of the Republican-run Senate awaits
two controversial issues pushed byGov.
John Engler and final approval could
come as soon as this week.
Sale of theAccidentFund ofMichi-
gan, passed earlier by the Senate, re-
turns following House approval last
week with minor changes. The issue
figures to have little trouble in the Sen-
ate, given GOP support for the
privatization.
Both Senate and House are slated
to try and polish off the state budget
for the fiscal year that starts Friday.
Most of the $7.9 billion spending plan
is in place, but three bills still need
final approval.
"Additional work remains to be
done and time is running short," bud-
get director PatriciaWoodworth saidin
a letter last week to legislative leaders.
"It is our hope that the remaining bills
will be sent to the governor quickly in
order to keep all of state government
operating on Oct. 1."
She said if the remaining budget
bills aren't passed, the administration
will "begin theprocessofshutting down
those portions of state government that
are still withoutbudgets."
The Accident Fund bills survived
their journey to the House. They ad-
vanced Thursday with the main bill
passing with no room to spare, 56-48.
The state could get $100 million to
$250million for the state's largest writer
of workers' compensation insurance.
Democrats argued that selling the fund
would lead to higher rates for business,
a loss of jobs, and ultimately less help
for injured workers.
Republicans countered that the Ac-
cidentFund only became state property
in 1988 thanks to a court ruling. The
Michigan Court of Appeals said it was
a state agency, not an independent mu-
tual insurer, capping years of dispute.
The Legislature created the Acci
dent Fund in 1912 to provide insurance
coverage for workers, mainly at small
businesses, hurt on the job.
Engler and Republican lawmakers
have pressed for the sale of the Acci-
dent Fund. They contend the state should
get out of the insurance business since
200 companies offer workers' com
pensation coverage in Michigan.
The legislation would provide for
the transfer of the Accident Fund to a
private insurer and require the acquir-
ing insurer to comply with state work-
ers' compensation insurance practices.
According to Senate figures, last
year the Accident Fund had 470 em-
ployees; a surplus of $72.8 million;
30,143 policyholders; and $179 mil-
lion in premiums.
The money the state gets from the
AccidentFund would go into the Bud-
get Stabilization Fund.
Also planned is action on the Na-
tiveAmerican gaming compact. It was
signed by Engler and the state's seven
tribes faces action in a Senate com-
mittee and then on the Senate floor. It
swept through the House on a voice
vote, although Sen. John Kelly (D-
Grosse Pointe Woods) is poised to
fight it in the Senate.
TheNativeAmericangaming com-
pact also cleared the House last week,
despite warnings fromDetroitlawmak-
ers that it did not protect their city and
others from the development of un-
wanted off-reservation casinos by
Native Americans.

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1 BDRM. IN 2 BDRM APT. available
today! Clean, Spacious, Free Pkng., Female
Only. Veg. Kitchen. 761-8684.
1 BDRM. IN 4 BDRM. apt. avail. TODAY!
Female only, furn. 675-3949 or 995-9086.
WALK TO MED-CENTER or North
Campus. 1-bdrm. avail. in 3 bdrm. hse. $300/
mo Call Dale at 677-0240 or 998-2570.
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BREW EXCELLENT BEER IN ROOM or
anywhere. Easy! Safe! Fun! Pennies per
glass. Send $10 to start now: DORM BRU
P.O. Box 1010 Dekalb, IL 60115.
DIAL-A-JEWISH STORY 995-5959. A
project from the Chabad House.
GOOD TIME CHARLEY'S welcomes res-
taurant patrons of all ages until 11 p.m. in the
evening. Contrary to popular myth, we are 21
and over only after 11 p.m.
TRY US FOR YOUR NEXT PRESCRIP-
TION Village Apothecary, 1112 S.
University.
YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT "HOT" IS
'til you have tried Peppa-Po hot sauce at
Tios. 333 E. Huron, 761-5660.

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10 Crowds
14 Emanation
15 Eliminate as a
vowel
16 Help along
17 Staunch
18 Small hill
19 Mother of
Castor
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Baltimore
22 One who tests
24 City in
Oklahoma
25 Tehran citizen
26 Stouthearted
30 Does the
laundry
34 Laugh -
35 Martinique is
one
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37 Hill dweller
38 Does a
photographer's
job
41 Fish eggs
42 Frogs' relatives
44 Oolong
45 Strike out
46 Join up
48 Highly
regarded
50 Stitched
52 High school
dance
53 Garden bloom
56 New beginning
60 Promise
61 Set of steps

5 Turtle
6 Landed
7 Billy and
nanny's
offspring
8 Gardener, at
times
9 Teeter-totter
10 Vague feeling
of ill-being
11 Follow an
order
12 "Adam -"
13 Headliner
21 Poem
23 Trap
25 Conceptualized
26 Hot under the
collar
27 Curtain

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industrial city
39 Home: Abbr.
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43 Denies
ownership
45 Relies upon
47 Bends'
49 A long time
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