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Wednesday, August 4, 1993 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly -7

CLASI
FALL "93": Take over lease on a 2 bdrm. or
3 bdrm. apt. at a reduced rate! Contemporary
in every way. Great location! Free copies, ex-
ercise room, recreation room. 741-9300.
FOR 93-94 SCHOOL YEAR, large 3
bedroom furnished apartment with fireplace.
From $990. 1 & 2 hdrms. from $490. New
security system. New coin-operated washers
and dryers. Special short-term summer rental
rateson 2 & 3 hedroom units. 915 S.
Division. 665-4700.
FREE RENT ONE MONTH Spacious 8-
bdrm 2 kitchen furnished 5-car park in rear,
coin washer & dryer. Complete renovation 2
yrs ago. Packard & State. 973-6072 $2600 +
util.
Great locations still
available for May & Sept!
GALLATINaMANOR - E. William/
Division. Avail. Sept. 1. Effic-1-2-3
bedroom apts. with security buzzer, laundry,
storage. Gallatin Realty Co. 994-0624.
GRAD STUDENTS
Clean, roomy 1 BRs in quiet residential area
on AATA busline to campus. Available now
or fall, $477 and up. $0 Security Deposit.
971-5333.
GRADUATES ONLY
Special I bedrooms. 741-9300.
GREAT LOCATION adjacent to Med.
Cmps. 2 bdrm. oversized apts. (1000 sq. ft.)
with fabulous closet & storage space.
Suitable for 2-4 people. Balconies or patios,
newly redecorated units incl. sectional
couchtes, track-lighting, high quality carpet-
ing & contemp. furn. New mgmt. & a whole
new look @ Fuller East Apts. Call Judy,
Heather, or Todd @ Oppenheimer Properties,
Inc. 995-5575.
HILILLAW SCHOOL
Large, furnished efficiency $485-$550. 1 & 2
bdrm. apts., carpet hi ceilings, rentod. kit.,
sun rm., prkg. & dry. $700/2 to $85013. Call
429-2089.
IDEAL STUDENT LOCATION at 1421 S.
University. 4 bedrooms, available now with
laundry and parking. 663-6138.
LEASING 1 BDRM in 2 bdrm apt in 'ower
Plaza, a beatiful bldg and perfect location off
State. $430/mo. 708-433-6970.
MCKINLEY TERRACE -'93. Beautiful &
contemporary 1 & 2 bdrms. Fully furnished
with pkng. & ]dry. facilities. You will be

SIFIED ADS Legislators plan to

NEAR RACKHAM BLDG. 321 N. Thayer
5 bdrm. apt., 2 baths, dwshr. & disp. $1300 +
elect. Ph. 663-3149.
NICE ROOMS & APTS. near EMU. $225
and up. Kenneth Hayes 483-8822.
QUALITY CAMPUS LIVING
3 to 6 Be oom house & apts. available in
Sept. Heat, water, parking included as well as
many extras. Call for an appointment.
Keystone Properties. 908 Packard. 663-2284.
QUIET LOCATION
2 Bedroom and 2 Bedroom Bi-level
apartments available on Brown Street near
Hill. Dishwashers, laundry, parking, quiet
street. Call Wilson Wite Co., Inc. 995-9200
Equal Housing Opportunity.
RENTING FOR FALL at 1008 Oakland 2,
4, 5 bedrooms negotiable price. 485-8224.
ROOM IN A HOUSE
405 Thayer
Prkg., Indry., fur., 3 baths rents $275-350
for fall. Oakland Mgt. 761-7491.
SPACIOUS, MODERN 1 & 2 Bedroom
Apartments. Call Post Realty at 761-8220.
TAPPAN PARK EAST
2 Bedroom apartment with great view, new
furnishings, swimming poo, covered
parking, laundry, more. Call Wilson White
Co., Inc. 995-9200 Equal Housing
Opportunity.
WHY RENT? YOU CAN OWN! $18,500:
2 bdrm. mobile home. Like new, on bus line
to campus. 2740 Packard. Call 971-3787.
SUBLET
AUG. SUBLET 502 Thompson. $150/
month. 930-6204, ask for Kelley.
ROOM IN A HOUSE
Near Kerrytown, ir cond., prkg., par. fur.
Oakland Management 761-7491.
WE NEED SUBLET from Aug. 8 until Sept.
5. Call Tanya or Francis at 668-044
PERSONAL
ADOPTION AS YOUR CHOICE can fill a
void in our lives. Lets help each other
through this difficult time. warm home
and loving hearts are waiting for the chance.
JoAnne colt. 313-946-9555.
PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
Let us help you choose life. 769-7283.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well-es-
tablished infertility clinic. If you are a mule,
21-40 yrs. of age and a graduate studest or
professional 5ft. 8in. or taller, we need you.
Donors will be paid $55/accepable
specimen. For further infomation, please
write P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
STUDENT SERVICES
***SANDI'S WORDPROCESSING***
Reps, resumes, dissertations. 426-5217.
COLLEGE MONEY! We can help you find
scholarships regardless of grades or family
income. Money-back guarantee. For more
info, write to: Ashley Associates., Dept. B,
738 Main St. #382, Waltham, MA 02154
EDITING- grammar, org., style (APA, etc.),
proofread- MSS & galleys. Editing for ESL
writers. Tape transcription. Call Cindy 994-
7865.
LSAT
GMAT, MCAT
GRE
Classes now forming for these and other
standardized exams.
We Offer:
50 years of experience
Expert iastructors
The most current and extensive materials
available
Call KAPLAN at 6623149
to arrange a FREE diagnostic nest.
PRIVATE LESSONS IN MODERN
HEBREW:
Native speaker, flexible hours, reasonable
rates. Nissim 769-2337.
WILL TUTOR non-native English speakers
studying for TOEFL exam. Reasonable rates.
668-1565.
HELP WANTED
CHILDCARE NEEDEDt Warm, respon-
sible person to care for happy 7 mo. old girl.
12-25 hrs./wk. References. 662-9888.

HELP WANTED
AFTER SCHOOL SUPERVISIOR - pat
time Mon.-Fri. 3:15-5:30. Begins August 25.
Supervise pre-school through 5th graders.
Send resume to: Lisa Himle, Daycroft Mon-
tessori School, 100 Oakbrook, Ann Arbor,
48104.
ATTENTION MICHIGAN STUDENTS!!
Earn top commissions selling advertising
while in school. Full and part-time positions
available. Send resme or letter telling usa
litle about yourself. MCC, 324 West Main
Street, Greenwood, Indiana 46142.
BROADEN YOUR HORIZONS
We need native English speakers to join our
Conversation Partner program at the
Michigan Langage Center. Spend as litle as
one hour each week (more if you wish!)
speaking with an international student. The
cost is free, the benefits many. Call 663-9415
and ask for Jennifer, or stop by 300 . State
St.
CHILDCARE LIVE-IN, LIVE-OUT, JOB
SHARE
Energetic, organized enthusiastic, healthy,
neat, non-smoking childcare provider for our
three children 6, 5 & 3.5. Provide safe, ac-
tivity packed fun, loving childcare in our
home. Transport children to school, activities,
etc. Prepare meals, light housekeeping,
homework assistance, etc. Live-in will be
provided private lower-level bed and sitting
room and bathroom, food and weekly pay.
Live-out will negotiate hourly, daily, weekly
rate. Will also consider job sharing. Childcare
experience necessary! Position required
ASAP. Call Denise at 769-0239 or 761-5355.
DEPENDABLE, SELF-MOTIVATED IN-
DIVIDUAL with basic accounting skills
wanted for night audit position. Apply in per-
son at front desk, Executive Residence, 710
E. University.
EARN $5.00 per hour handing out flyers in
key locations on camps. Write to MCC, 324
West Main St., Grenwoo ,Indian 46142.
EARN UP TO $240: The UM Dental School
needs TMJ patients for chewing study. Call
weekdays (313)763-7882 for more info
EVENT PHOTOGRAPHY COMPANY
looking for part-time help 20-30 hs, per
week in afternoon. Hours flexible. Must be
outgoing, computer knowledge helpful. No
camera experience needed, but helpful. Call
for more information. $5.00-$5.50/ir.. 994-
3914 The Picture Man.
INTERNATIONAL MUSIC BOOKING
agency booking with name recording attrac-
tions looking for intern/pprentice/trainee. If
you are interested in the business side of the
music industry and you are a hard worker,
dependable, and self-motivated, call Jay Frey
at 313-769-5454. Compensation totally based
on results.
NOW HIRING PART TIME SERVERS &
Food service workers for production & su-
pervisor positions. Must be able to work
weekends in a team setting. Call between 2-
4pm for an interview. 662-255.
OCCASIONAL BABYSITTER for 2
independent, nice middle-schoolers. $4/sr
Own trans., please. Burs Pk. 663-5851.
PLEASANT, DEPENDABLE WOMAN to
care for 5 year old in our home evenings 15-
20 hours weekly. Pay negotiable. references
required. Staring September 7th. Call 769-
7526.
SECRETARY-TYPIST Flexible hours &
competitive wages are available for students
with typing, filing & phone answering
experience. Call Nina at NCC 764-2142.
SHARP STUDENTS NEEDED - Expand-
ing communications firm hiring for summer
& fall/winter terms. Flexible hours. Call 665-
5445 for appointment. Ask for Eric.
STUCCHI'S 3325 Washtenaw hiring all
shifts. Must have own trans. & flex. schedule.
Part-time ony. Apply in person.
STUDENTS APPLY NOW!
ADVERTISING PLACEMENT
COORDINATOR
at The Michigan Daily. Obtain valuable
experience. Must be able to work
independently and efficiently under
deadlines. Inflexible hours from 3pm - 5pm,
M-F fall & winter semesters. Apply at 420
Maynard, second floor. Ask for Nancy.
UNIVERSITY CLUB - Waitstaff, lunch.
Experience required. Students, flexible hours.
Apply in person: Rm 1310, Michigan Union.

cANtaN NU nrvI n atuUy

By JAMES CHO
DAILY STAFF REPORTER
State legislators are considering a
bill that could create employment op-
portunities in non-profit community
service agenciesforcollegework-study
students.
The proposed Michigan Work-
Study(MWS)Amendmentisdesigned
to expand employment opportunities
for state college students in the work-
study program while providing a dis-
tribution of available funds.
"'This amendment will expand the
MWS program to include students in-
volved in community service organi-
zations such as human services andthe
arts," saidbillsponsor, stateRep.Lynn
Jondahl (D-Okemos).
ThecurrentMWSprogramrequires
non-profitemployerstopay20percent
of a work-study student's wages with
the other 80 percent covered by the
MWS program.
The amendment would allow eli-
gible non-profit community service
agencies to hire work-study students at
no cost. The state would provide 100
percent funding to the employer for
work-study students.
"Ithink with the increasing costof
enrollment and tuition, anything the
statecan dotoreduce thecostoftuition
is a good thing. Not only does this help
students pay for tuition but it provides
services to the community as well,"
state Rep.Lynn Rivers(D-Ann Arbor)
said.

It is expected the plan will be well-
received by many prospective student
employees.
The work-study program provides
students with opportunities to learn in
an employment atmosphere and assist
themselves in financing their educa-
tion, said Vickie Crupper, student em-
ployment coordinator in the
University's Office of Financial Aid.
Onestudentsaidstudentseammore
than just money through the work-
study program.
"I've used work-study as a means
of getting research experience. ... It
has provided me with contacts and
information for future career deci-
sions," LSA senior Sonja Van Hala
said.
In addition to creating more job
opportunities,theamendmentincludes
a revised allocation formula to redis-
tribute existing funds based on the
needs of the institution.
"During fiscal year 1991-92, over
$375,000 in appropriated work-study
funds went unused," said Patrick La
Pine, legislative director of the Michi-
gan Collegiate Coalition, a state stu-
dent association.
The reallocation formula would
distribute the money more equitably.
Schools thatneedmoremoney willget
more, he added.
Anumber of state universities were
unable to use all funds allocated to
them because of a shortage of eligible
students or available positions in the

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Furnished or unfurnished studios & 1 bdrm.
condos now avail. for summer & fall. Great
views, 1 bk. from Diag, free basic cable,
security entrance system with 24 hr. door
guard & on-sight laundry. Summer rates
available. Visit Tower Plaza today or call
663-1530.

HELP WANTED
SUBJECTS NEEDED FOR AN EXPERI-
MENT in perception using hypnosis. People
who have experience or interest in either
hypnosis or meditation will be paid $20 for
participating..To sign up please call Edward
Bernat at 763-4215.
UNIVERSITY LIBRARY: Now accepting
college work-study and non-CWS student ap-
plications for fall employment. Some posi-
tions to begin now. Apply in person at the
Library Personnel Office, 404 Hatcher
Graduate Library.
WENDY'S IS NOW HIRING. Get the best
in the business. Compare ours to all others.
Join Americas quality restaurant team at
Wendy's. Crew positions available for full &
part-time breakfast, lunch, evening & closing
shifts. We offer:
* Competitive starting wage
* Free meals
* Free uniforms
* Performance & wage reviews
* Friendly working environment
Stop by and fill out an application and see
how you can begin a rewarding and respon-
sible opportunity with America's leading res-
taurant tseam. Apply at University "of
Michigan Union Wendy's.
GOIN.G PLACES
LOW FARES- London fr. $399, Frankfurt
fr. $598, Rail Europe Flexipass fr. $298, 5%
discount on Eurail pass with purchase of air-
line ticket. Call for low world fares. Claudia
or Dan @ Regency Travel 209 S. State, 665-
6122.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.
on Continental fr. $129/$259. Bring your
Continental voucher and AMEX card. Call
Wanda or Irene at Regency Travel 209 S.
State 665-6122.

GOING PLACES
WE CAN DRIVE YOUR CAR from
Michigan to Calif. in Sept. Call Tanya at 668-
0464.
ACCOMPANIST AVAIL. M.M. in
accomp., performance, teaching. Excellent
sight-reading. Can coach Russian lang. 668-
0464.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO. 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs authorized by
Gibson, Guild, Martin, Yamaha, Alvarez.
Tune up specials. Not just guitars.
TICKETS
UM FOOTBALL WANTED: 2 good
season passes. Will pay a reasonable price.
(313)258-9731.
WANTED: UM Football season tickets. (Pay
cash). (517)769-6612.
RlOOMMATES
2 BDRM APT. ON SOUTH UNIVERSITY
across from Uno's at Park Plaza. I or 2
roommates. Call 641-0055 or 851-6328.
A ROOMMATE NEEDED TO SHARE
big 1 bdrm. apt. Great location. Pkng. Sane
roommate. Affordable. Call Dave at 747-
9364.
GREAT LOCATION- 1 bdrm. available in
a house. 406 E. Jefferson. Call Marla now
996-5854.
SEEKING FEMALE: to share furnished
luxury condo on lake. Free rent for main-
taining/managing household and providing
personal services to busy professional. 483-
3435 after 6pm.
SEEKING HOUSEMATE FOR 3 BDRM.
FURN. HOUSE. 1.5 bath, Idry, cable access,
pkg., on bus lines. 9 mo. lease, $275+ 1/2
util. 677-8114.

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