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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, June 3, 1980-Page 13

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Daily
Classifieds
(Continued from Page 12)
WANTED TO RENT
FALL-MALE Ph.D. student, age 27, looking for
apartment, apartment mate, for Sept. Prefer
Medical Campus, need parking. Call Walt, 764-
3167 (day), 995-3885 (night). 75L1605
HELP WANTED I
TEMPORARY JOBS IN AUGUST & SEPTEMBER
Your student bookstore is now accepting applica-
tions for Fall Book Rush. Full time work. $3.59/
hour. Apply now at University Cellar-530 South
State (Michigan Union) Monday-Friday, 9:30-5:30.
8H614
WANTED-Mothers helper for summer, non-
smoker, non-drinker, over 1t. Room and board
plus reasonable wage. Transportation included. Call
collect (313) 354-5824 evenings. 69H607
WANTED-Computer programmer familiar with
Fortran and IBM assembly to write programs
to supplement an extensive image processing pack-
age for an astra-pyhsical project. The core of the
system is VICKER, the image processing package
of JPL that has been used in the Viking, Mariner,
and Landsat satellite programs. Preference will be
given to persons who will be here this susmer
. and coming fall. Contact Adam Burrows in Room
3053 Randall Hall, 764-7561. 79H610
COMPUTER PEOPLE
We're helping many companies in the area fill a
variety of permanent, shorter-term and consulting
positions, and we want to talk to people looking to
apply their experience in either applications or
system software in commercial, scientific, realtime
or- engineering areas. We'd also like to talk to tech-
nical writers and experienced people for sales,
tech support and marketing of hardware, software
and services, and to digital designers and tech-
nicians. We're knowledgeable, and we think you'll
like working with us. Call, mail in your resume, or
drop in, and we'll give you an idea of how we can
work with you.
SOFTWARESERVICESCORP.
320 N. Main, Ann Arbor 48104
994-0044
cHtc
BUSINESS SE RVICES
WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical, Editing.
Research. Experienced. Professional. 996-050.
cJtc
MEETING SPACE 700 S.F. available for meetings,
seminars, clase. Campoo area. Hourly/daily rate.
1-474-9109. 23J604
PROFESSIONAL TYPING and EDITORIAL
Service. Reasonable rates on theses, dissertations,
term papers. References available- 420-4002. 5J605
COLLEGE GRADUATE SEEKS work of any kind:
yardwork, painting, landscaping, light construction,
maintenance, above ground pool installation. Hard-
workingandexperienced. 662-1980, Tim. - 76J607
ROOM AND BOARD
a e oe - e room in
hoose for fall. PrefnWest side of campus. Joh
563-796E 5E 5
SUBLET-ROOM in house near State & Packard.
$70/mo. Call Dan, 663-7156 or 665-4165. 78U607
LARGE ONE BEDROOM APT.-Available for
sublet June 1 at $200/mo. 663-9772. 46U603
SINGLE/DOUBLE in classy old house. Female
preferred, rent negotiable. 994-1515. 5OU603
ROOMMATE NEEDED. Lovely house with two
women. $65.00. June-July (August optional). 005-
0017. 57U604
ONE BEDROOM in two bedroom apt. Pool, tennis,
dishwasher, A/C, laundry. Available now. 646-547,
267-1025. 64U607
TWO BEAUTIFUL ROOMS-In large, friendly
home, very near campus. Rent negotiable. 665-
6212. 59U604
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KERIM KHALAF, MAYOR of the West Bank town of Ramallah, is tended by rescue workers. Khalaf was one of two
mayors injured in terrorist car-bombings yesterday.
Bomb -maim alestinian
mayors in death plot

RAMALLAH, Israeli-Occupied West
Bank (UPI)-Car bombs maimed two
prominent Palestinian mayors yester-
day in a coordinated assassination plot
against the leading opponents of Israeli
rule on the occupied West Bank of the
Jordan.
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
condemned the attacks in which the
mayor of Nablus lost both his legs and
the mayor of Ramallah had one foot
blown off and ordered a full in-
vestigation into the worst anti-
Palestinian incidents in the 13 years of
Israeli rule.
THE BOOBY TRAPPED beige Opel
of Nablus Mayor Bassam Shaka and
blue Cadillac of Ramallah Mayor
Karim Khalaf exploded at the turn of
their ignition keys,
A leader of Kach, a radical Jewish
group led by Rabbi Meir Kahane, said
militant Jews may have been respon-
sible for the bombings, which came
exactly a month after Arab guerrillas
killed six Jews on their way to prayer in
the occupied town of Hebron.
Jews mark the 30th day after death as
a memorial.
"SOMEBODY HAD to pay for this,"
said Yossi Dayan of Kach. "They can-
not play the game that they hit and they
are safe. This was done with coor-
dination."
No one has claimed responsibility for
the bombings.
Another bomb wired to the car of El

Bireh Mayor Ibrahim Tawil exploded
at the approach of a military bomb
disposal expert who lost both eyes and
an arm. Tawil was lightly wounded in
the hand.
IN WHAT SEEMED to be an uncon-
nected incident, a grenade exploded in
the occupied town of Hebron and lightly
wounded seven residents.
In Damascus, Syria, PLO Chairman
Yasser Arafat said, "Menachem Begin
and the Israeli authorities are fully
responsible for escalating the Zionist
terrorism.
He also blamed Washington, saying,
"The U.S. administration is also direc-
tly responsible for the acts and doings
of the Israeli authorities." -
At the State Department, spokesman
Hodding Carter said, "Nothing can

justify such violence. We condemn
those responsible and hope that they
will be brought swiftly to justice."
Shaka lay in critical condition in a
Nablus hospital, his legs amputated.
Khalaf's left foot was blown away and
he was in satisfactory condition in a
Ramallah hospital.

P UTIEM
AWAY
r
JUST FOR
A DAY.
If you can live without
your cigarettes for one
day, you might find you
can live without them
forever. So put 'em away.
Just for a day. Thursday,
November 15.
THE GREAT AMERICAN
SMOKEOUT.
American Cancer Society.
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