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The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 13, 1988-- Page 9

CLASSIFIED ADS

764-0557

LOST & FOUND
$150 REWARD. Woman's silver & gold
Seiko watch. Lost 417 vic. Med. Campus.
Sentimental value. 616-471-2171 collect.
FOUND: Prescription glasses. Lite blue
frames in blue Farmingale case. Call 665-
2745.
LOST: LARGE REWARD. Pink satin case
with gamet-diamond ring + earrings, etc.
Sentimental value. 763-4510/994-6589.
LOST: White cat with gray tiger stripes, 10-
12 lbs. Short hair. Lost in Arch St-Bums
Park area. Call 747-6738 REWARD!
FOR SALE
AGE-OLD UTICA ANTIQUES MARKET
MAY 14-15. 2 Big Days. Saturday AND
Sunday. Over 500 dealers in quality antiques.
Ford Utica Test Track on Van Dyke between
22 & 23 Mile Rds. Sat. 8 to 7; Sun. 9 to 4.
VAN DYKE EXIT OFF M-59, north 3 miles.
May 14-15. (313) 429-9303.
AGE-OLD UTICA ANTIQUES MARKET
EARLY BUYER ENTRY: Friday, May 13, 2
pm to 11 pm. $20. adm. per person during
dealer set-up. Info. (313) 429-9303.
ANN ARBOR ANTIQUES MARKET - M
BRUSHER, Mgr., Sunday May 15, 5055
Ann Arbor Saline Road, Exit 175 off I-94,
300 dealers in quality anti ues & select col-
lectables. All under cover, am - 4 pm. Ad-
mission $3.00. Third Sunday, 19th season,
The Original!!
IS IT TRUE You Can Buy Jeeps for $44
through the US govemment? Get the facts
today. Call 1-312-742-1142 Ext. 1137-A
SMALL REFRIGERATOR for sale. Excel-
lent condition. $65. Call 994-8264.
TANDY 1000, color monitor, two floppy
disks, modem printer. OBO.
Call anytime, 761-8795.
TWO QUEEN SIZE WATERBEDS, one has
pedestal. $50-125, 663-8133.

FOR RENT
FALL 1988
CAMPUS APARTMENTS
1987 PRICES
LISTINGS AVA ABLE AT U-M OFF-
CAMPUS
HOUSING OFFICE OR CALL:
DAVID M. COPI
663-5609
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED - Beauti-
ful sunny apt., 5 min. from campus,
$2i0/mo. Call May at 747-6306 for more
info.
GREAT HOUSE! 5 singles/3 baths, p arking
avail. Immediately & for fall. Call 453-3926
after 5 pm.
JULY-AUG SUBLET! One room in large
boust. Cheap! Call 747-6460 Ask forAllison
MAY TO AUGUST SUBLETS available for
$125. 3 Rooms available in a 5 bedroom
home. Call Jon or Eric at 761-9885.
NEAR U-M MED. CENTER. Totally rena-
vAted 4 bedroom house with 2 full baths,
large erooms and basement. Now or Fall.
$1000/mth. Call Sher, 761-9766 or 668-
6216.
ROOMS AVAILABLE for the summer. Near
campus - share kitchen, bath, living room.
Great front porch. $140/mo. 994-9272.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET-Great loca-
tion! Newly famished A/C, util. included.
Rent neg. Forking. 133) Wilmot 662-9791
SUBLET 4 BEDROOM HOUSE NOW -
June, July & Aug. $500/month. 482-6865
eves.
SUBLET JUNE-AUG. 1 bedrm fumished
apt, A/C, parking, goed location. S. Division
near eampus. Rent nerg. 994-8403.
SUBLET MID-JUNE to AUGUST 31. Fe-
male for 1 bdrm in 2 bdrm apt. Call 994-
3577.
SUMMER SUBLET. Campus N. State. 3
bed. ups.RForU3 male or female. June-Aug.
with fall option. Cleun & quiet. Parking. No
pets. $555.663-6673.
PERSONAL

HELP WANTED
SUMMER JOBS
Notional marketing finn in Ann Arbor is in-
terviewing for retail sales positions. Ideal for
students. All American Scholarships and
college credited work program. Starting pay
$9.45/hour.
Call for interview Mon-Fri 12-6.
665-0076.
00 HELP WANTED *
We need a janitor for the summer for Student
Publications. It's a fun, flexible place to
work. Start immediately. 764-0550. Ask for
Nancy.
ANDREW'S OFFICE WAREHOUSE has an
immediate opening for a full time senior ac-
counting clerk. Position offers good salary
and growth potential. Successful candidate
will possess mitiative, ambition, and excep-
tional commitment to accuracy, and will in-
teract well with others. Send resume and
salary requirements to Post Office Box 1221,
Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
ANN ARBOR "Y" DAY CAMP BIRKET'
needs counselors for swimming, archery arts
& crafts. Apply at "THE Y',350 S. Fifth
Ave. Equal Opportunity Employer.
ARTEMAGE MAGAZINE interviewing for
editorial positions. Fall '88-winter '89. Call
Artists:
Unique, original art/craft work needed for
eclectic allery ioponingin downtown
CiaoSumtslides/ph.otos so: 445 E.
Ohio #3206 Chicago, I 00611 or call (312)
527-5136.
ATTENTION
Some jobs pay well. Some jobs change the
world. One job does both. Eam $275/wk.
working full6 se for the Michigan Citizen's
Lobby. 663-6824.
BABYSITTER WANTED. 3 children ages
5-11. 8-12 hrs/wk. Early June-late Aug. 973-
7677
CAMP COUNSELORS needed for local day
came on bus route June 20-Aug 1/, Mon-Fn,
9:0 am -4:00em. Strong Judaicbackground
required. 971-0090.
CHILDREN OF THE HOMELESS NEED
YOU! Resume Building opportunity to learn
and grow with homeless families. For infor-
mation about volunteer positions, p hone
Marie at Prospect Place/SOS Crisis Center.
485-8730.
CLERK: Clinical Research Ckster.
Must be eligible for callege workstudy.
Spri8g/Sumner. 55.25 per hour. Call Jenne
display
DISTRIBUTION WORKER - 6-10
hours/week.
$3.40/hour. 668-8898.
DON'T GET CAUGHT with a diploma and
no work enyerience on your resume. Be a
volunteer at S.O.S. in Ypsilanti. Call now for
interview. 485-8730.
NEED ENGLISH
TEACHERS IN KOREA
BA degree required, teaching conver-
sational Englisb to businessmen, col-
lege students. Airfare provided. Send
resume to John, 112 Westview, Ypsi-
lanti, MI 48197 485-1848
MICHIGAN UNION
TICKET OFFICE
Wants to hire clever, per-
sonable Spring/Summer,
work/study students.
Apply in person.
U-M is an equal opportunity,
affirmative action employer.

HELP WANTED
ENERGETIC INDIVIDUAL to live and
travel with professional family for one year.
Start August, 1988. Care for children, assist
with home and business management. Per-
tonal growth opportunity.
Write to:
P.O. Box 564, Perrysburg, Oh 43551.
Call 419-874-2121.
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT - Bi lingual
(English/Japanese) cultural liaison to Ameri-
can executives with a prominent finn. Salary
opn. Fee paid. Personnel Systems, 761-
5252.
HELLO EVERYBODY, HOW ARE YOU?
XXXXXX
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
YYYYYYYYYYYYY
HELP WANTED: STUDENT W/
JAPANESE LANGUAGE SKILLS to work
part-time for progressive engineering &
manufacturing co. Person to handle some
written & verbal correspondents, translating
brochures, engineering info. Please res ond
in writing to:S.R. Howard Spearhead Auto-
mated Systems Inc., 41211 Vincenti Court,
Novi, MI 48050.
HELP WANTED
Part time salesman and cashier. Apply at Van
Hom's Men's Wear, Briarwood Mall
HOUSE CLEANING: $7 per hour. Once
each week for two hours. Backup babysitting
for one & grass cutting. Please call 994-3518.
Responsible only need apply.
LIFEGUARDS NEEDED
At University of Michigan Rec. Bilds. Part-
time. Must be certified. Call 763-3084. M-F,
9 am - 4ptn.
LOVING CHILDCARE PERSON for five
month old. 10-12 hrs/wk in my home. Own
transportation preferred. Generous salary.
761-1146 after 3pm.
Systems
Programmer
This position is located in Network-
ing and Communications Systems at
Stanford University. Design, dev-
elop, test and package software
systems for the University-wide net-
work services in a highly complex,
multi-protocol network environment,
including both baseband and broad-
hand systems. Develup detailed
technical detign and implementatiun
strategies fus network management
and administration. Carry out these
duties with high degree of responsi-
bility for design integrity, and consis-
tency with overall SUNet architec-
ture. Start a project and follow
through, with minimal supervision, to
ensure timely completiun and
satisfaction of reliability and perform-
ance requirements. Supervine
graduate studentprogrammers, pro-
viding programming assistance for
various projects. Design and im-
plementation of Network Manage-
ment Tools for monitoring the
campus network.
Bachelor's degree in CS/EE or
related field plus at least two years
applicable experience, or the
equivalent combination of education
and experience. Working knowledge
of computer networking protocols
(e.g., TCP/IP and ISO) and relational
data-bases (preferably Ingres). In-
depth knuwledge of UNIX systems
and C prgramming language.Good
understanding of routing protocols
and familiarity with various network
design issues is desirable.
Oualified applicants are encouraged
to submit a resume and a cover
letter highlighting their qualifications
to: Kathy DeMoulin #48789-UM,
Stanford University, Personnel
Services, Old Pavilon, Stanford,
CA 94305-6110. Equal opportunity
employer through affirmative action.
Stanford
University

HELP WANTED

2 black & white kittens available FREE to the
AUTOM OTIVE Ch o773e8 saen,1 or both. They're cute!
WANTED: Detroit Country Day Grade
1986 PONTIAC GRAND AM, many op School yearbook. Early 1960's. 754-3431.
tions, stored last winter. Non-smoking wife's
car. Must sell. 747-1325.
_____________STUDENT SERVICES

MEN AND WOMEN AGE 65 AND OVER
are needed for a study of gastrointestinal
acidity at the College of Pharmacy. No dgs
are involved. Compensation is $200 for two
days. Contact Jenifer Dressman, 763-1032
or Lombeos, 747-2219.
NEED HELP LANDSCAPING & PLANT-
ING. Good pay. Flexiblehours. 663-3673.
NONSMOKING FEMALE with transporta-
tion wanted to provide child care for 3 month
old girlinmy home. Approximately 16
hrs/wk. 996-9077, leave message.
PART-TIME LIBRARIAN NEEDED
FOR THE MICHIGAN DAILYWork study
preferred but not necessary. 764-0550. Ask
forNancy.
PART-TIME Babysitter for 3 old. Non-
smoker. Mostly weekends. Transportation
ref. but not necessary. Call Pam Joliar at
761-1845.
PART-TIME. $5.50/hour. 8 hours per week
from mid-June to Sept. Lawn and garden care
for single family home. Near central campus.
Phone 769-4080.
PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD!!!!
If you find an error in your classified
ad, please call the Classified
Correction Hotline-764-0557.
The Michigan Daily is only responsible for
errors in classified ads if notified by 5:00 pm
on the first date of publication.
THANK YOU !
Present und fonmer English 225 students:
Participants needed for entended version of
Computers and Composition Study. Com-
puter exoerience required. $5.00/hr for ap-
rox. 16 hrs time over 8 sessions. Call
Deanna Migut, School of Ed, 936-2743.
RECEPTIONIST/OFFICE ASST.
Looking for team player to work part time
(18-20 rs/wk). Must be positive, have pleas-
ant attitude & be professional in all aspects.
Call far personal interview Mon-Fri from 10-
3, 665-7987.
SECRETARY-Part time momings, flexible
days. Call Norm Foltz at 665-8123, days
STUDENT 10-20 HOURS PER WEEKData
entry on patient care study.
Requirements: basic typing skills.
764-1543.
THIS SUMMER gain valuable career enperi-
ence WorkatMichigan Telefund and earn
55.00/hr p1us bonuses. Call 763-7420 for
mace details.
TWO GROOM POSITIONS AVAILABLE.
Eight horse stable. Camp Arcadia for Girls,
Casco, Maine. 6/18 to 8/20. Lovely setting.
Own groom's house. All room and board
plus salary. Call or write Mrs. Fritts, New
Vemon, NJ 07979 (201) 538-5409.
WSI needed for local day camp, June 20-Aug
12, Mmn, Wed, Thurs, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm.
Transportation required. Excellect pay. 971-
0990.
GOING PLACES
***EUROPE CHARTERS***
Amsterdam from $418, Paris from $568
Frankfurt from $428 lond on from $468
Eurail Youthpass $320
***ORIENT5SUPERFARES***
Bangkok $969, Hang Kong$799
Okinawa $999 Osaka 39
Seoul $799 Taipei $799, Tokyo $899
Regencyfravel, 209-211 5 State
Call foe details, 665-6122
DRIVING A TRUCK to New Haven, CT and
can take your too-big items anywhere along
the route. Also looking for a non-smoking
rider. Leaving AA June 5th. 203-374-5555
days, 203-367-3356 eves.
SPRING VACATION IN TRAVERSE
CITYon Sugar sand beach. Info, call 1-800-
422-SAND. Low weekend rates!
TORONTO, CANADA - Bed and Breakfast.
Restored century home minutes to the Uni-
versity of Toronto. Complimentary passes for
swmm g, steam and sauna. Rates from
$40.00. Ashleigh Heritage Home tel: (416)
535-4000.

FOR RENT
t!r!RENT TO ME!!!
Seeking spacious sunny 1 bdrm. May-Sept.
sublet. Top $$$ for well-appointed digs.
U.M. Professional. 936-1987.
1 MALE ROOMMATE WANTED to room
with 3 others at U Towers. $225/mo., Sept.-
April. Great loc. Call anytime 851-4534.
3 BDRM HOUSE, FALL '88
Packard at 5th, $800/mo., living & dining
rooms, fumished, 994-6406 anytime.
3 HOUSEMATES NEEDED-Newly remod-
eled 7 bdne house near campus, $235/mo.
Sept. lease. Call Krista at (402) 551-4546.
f 911 S.Frest
(Near Hill St.)
Lovely modem 2 bdmn with large balcony.
Newly furn. for 2,3 or 4 people.
769-6478.
931 S. STATE-1 bedroom sublet. Now -
Aug. in a spacious house. Price negotiable.
Call Lynne.collect, 313-356-5029
ANN ARBOR CONDO HI-RISE. Beautiful,
one bedroom apartment, fully furmished. Se-
curity, A/C, close to campus and city. Adults,
no pets. Evenings, 477-809.
AVAIL. MAY or JUNE-AUG. 1 or more
rooms in beautifully fumished carpeted co-ed
house. 2 min. from campus. Parking kitchen,
laundry, d/w. $170. 994-0958 or -6961 ask
for Mark.
DIVISION & PACKARD 2 bdrm, fire lace,
util incl, lg, $620. Also rms, $180-250. Some
sublets. Nick 668-8132 momings.

PROFESSIONAL TYPING/W ORD PRO-
CESSING. Complete office services. 769-
0344.
TYPING-Letter Quality, Fast Service, Fair
rates. Richard, Ypsilanti 572-0213.
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ROOMMATES
FALL RENTAL - 2 ROOMMATES
NEEDED to share 1 Ig. nr. in 3 ba hi-
level apt. Great location. Call 747-6665 or
763-8669

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