100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 12, 1988 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1988-04-12

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.



The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, April 12, 1988- Page 7
POLICE NOTES

Research
Group exposes
weapons research
projects at 'U'
Continued from Page 3
"All of the research that we have
picked out is very likely to be used
to kill or maim humans."
"I think people who tried to stop
slavery thought it was an unrealistic
goal, but they did it anyway because
they knew slavery was wrong,"
Hanna-Davies said.
CAWR said other projects were
also weapons-related, including a
study on chemical blistering by
University Biological Chemistry
Prof. Isadore Bernstein. Bernstein
has denied that his project deals with
research into chemical warfare.
C A W R also cited a project by
Electrical Engineering and Computer
Science Prof. Fawwaz Ulaby which

deals with "enhancing the detection
of targetsunder vegetation cover."
According to the documents re-
leased by the coalition, Ulaby's re-
search "could have application in
counter-revolutionary warfare in
Third World jungles."
Ulaby denied that his project has
a weapons application, saying his
research deals with using radar to de-
termine the rate at which a tree
evaporates water.
Ulaby said that any object of radar
is scientifically referred to as a tar-
get, and in the case of his particular
project, the targets involved are
trees. He said the Department of De-
fense funds his project because it is
"fundamental research."
Ulaby said the coalition is trying
to evaluate his research through
looking only at its title. "They
would be mistaken to start making
statements that are... fictional," he
said.
"I support their group, and for
them to go out and criticize me and
my projects is totally stupid," Ulaby
said.

Burn
Memory of flight
survivor spurs
$500 donation
Continued from Page 3
Saturday. The students decided to di-
vide the donation into funds for pre-
vention and awareness, research, and
endowment.
Prasad said he was very pleased
with the contribution. "Although
burn injuries are as old as civiliza-
tion, it is unfortunately an infant
speciality. Burn patients have tradi-
tionally been treated like leprosy or
AIDS victims, shoved in a corner
and not paid attention to," he said.
He emphasized the need for more
research funding. "The only way we
can treat people is by moving skin
and applying a graft. Patients need
new artificial skin development or
culturing new skin. Work needs to
be done to reduce mortality figures."
Operating costs at the burn center

- staffed by a team of 73 physi-
cians, plastic surgeons, anesthesiol-
ogists, nurses, social workers,
physical and occupational therapists,
dieticians, pharmacists, and other
health care providers - run about
$6.6 million per year. The center
was consolidated and rebuilt in 1986
at a cost of $10 million.
The burn center treats about 200
victims a year - with an average of
18 patients in the ward at all times.
Since its founding in 1959, more
than 8,00 patients have undergone
treatment, Prasad said.
About two million people are
burned each year, some 8,111 fa-
tally. Burns are the second most
common cause of accidental death,
and more than half of such burns in-
volve children, Prasad said.

Auto thefts
Ann Arbor police are investigat-
ing three auto thefts that occurred
over the weekend, said Sgt. Jan
Suomala. The three thefts were lo-
cated in the 500 block of S. State,
the 600 block of Oxford, and the 300
block of Thompson.
Break-in
Police are also investigating a
break-in reported in Mary Markley
residence hall on April 1. A beeper
worth $200 was stolen from the
maintenance office, Suomala said.
Armed robbery
A 24 year old Domino's Pizza
delivery person was threatened with a
gun in the 1600 block of Prospect on
Saturday night, Suomala said. When
the driver arrived to deliver the pizza,
the suspect indicated he had a gun in
his pocket and the driver dropped the
pizza and ran to his car, Suomala
said.

Robbery
A male suspect told police he was
assaulted by four suspects in the
Liberty Plaza park, located in the 500
block of S. Division, on Sunday
night. The suspects assaulted the
man and took his portable stereo.
Suomala said the victim was taken to
the University hospital for treatment
of injuries.
A second roblery was reported on
Sunday in the 600 block of E.
William. Suomala said a 31-year-old
male was assaulted by two suspects
who stole a small amount of cash
from him.
Arson
A suspect set fire to a garage and
two vehicles in the 3100 block of
Macomb Sunday evening, Suomala
said. The incident is under police
investigation.
-Melissa Ramsdell

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

****** I YP'ISTS******
Very flexible day or evening hours. 80 wpm.
q 668-8898.
/fSUMMER POSITIONS/A/bWith interna-
tionally known company on West
Coast./fCall 487-8216 for details./a
AAA STUDENT PAINTERS
OUTDOOR SUMMER JOBS
Painters and foreman needed in the following
areas: Ann Arbor-Call IHeath at 764-4670,
Troy-Call Matt at 747-7595.
ACTIVISTS/STUDENTS
Will you be an observer or a participant in
this year's elections? SANE/Freeze, the na-
tion's peace and justice lobby is hiring for a
national campaign to end nuclear testing. Ex-
panding for 88 elections. Salary, paid vaca-
tion, travel opportunities. Call 663-3913
l0am-4pm for interview. EOE.
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 Citi-
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.
BABYSITTER WANTED for 15 month-old
and occasionally 5 year-old. 3 afternoons a
week. Start early May 996-1287.
BABYSITTER FOR TWO GIRLS, 2 and 5.
12:15-6:15, Mon. and Wed., May-Aug. Ref-
erences, non-smoker. 665-7424.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 2 yr old girl in
our Bums Park home through summer (or
longer). Warm & experienced non-smoker w/
own transportation & references wanted. 10+
hrs/wk. Pay & starting date neg. Please call
769-2875.
CAMP COUNSELORS
Male/female, outstanding slim and trim down
camps: tennis, dance, slimnastics, WSI, ath-
letics, nutrition/dietetics. Age 20+. 7 weeks.
Camp Camelot on College Campuses at Mas-
sachusetts, 'ennsylvania, North Carolina,
California. Contact: Michele Friedman, 947
Hewlett rive, North Woodmere, NY,
11581. 800-421-4321.
CLERK-Clinical Research Center. Must be
eligeable for college work/study. Spr./Sum.
$5125/hr. Call Jeanne at 936-8080.
CLERK-CLINICAL RESEARCH CTR. to
work weekends. Must be eligeable for col-
lege work/study spr./sum. 5.25/hr. Call Chris
Willis at 936-8090.
CO-ED Massachusetts summer camp seeks
counselors. Call (914)762-2820.
COMPUTER SALES POSITION with Au-
tomation Link. Call 747-9400, Rafiq.
CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMER/ MAT
CUTTER. Full time or part time, flexible
hours, west of Ann Arbor. Call 426-5505.
EARN $500 AND UP per week this summer.
Established painting company with foreman
positions available for summer. Excellent at-
mosphere, excellent opportunities. Serious
inquiries. Call 88 1-485S.
EXCITING NEW SUBWAY SANDWICH
SHOP OPENING SOON. Need service-
minded sandwich makers, managers, and as-
sistant managers. Work in a clean & grease-
free atmosphere. Apply Mon & Tues 1PM-
5PM at 1701 Plymouth Rd. North Campus
Plaza. Full or part time. Starting at $4.25 &
up.
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. Apply at Study Break, Michigan
Union. 662-2110.
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-
rofit group. Clear, friendly voice a must.
call 769-9505 for interview.
HELP WANTED: Administrative assistant
needed evening hours and weekends. Com-
puter experience a plus. 663-8686.
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.
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 Cororation, 3971 S. Research Park
Dr., Ann Arbor, MI 48108. Attn: Tom or
Christin.

NANNIES NEEDED
Join ourbNANNY NETWORK of of over 700
placed by us in the Northeast. One. year
working with kids in exchange for salaries up
to $30/wk., room & board air fare & bene-
fits. We offer the BEST CH'OICES in fami-
lies & location. Contact Bonnie Martin, at
HELPING HANDS INC. Recruitment
Councelor at 475-9077 for brochure & appli-
cation. IFatured on NBC's TODAY S1 V
& 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. Driver's license a must. Non-
smoker. Salary neg. Aug. to June min. We
are a fun-filled carmg family who have been
employing 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.
PART TIME JOB available. Must be
friendly enthusiastic helpful. Four hours a
week. Prone 971-290.
PART-TIME LAWN & GARDEN
WORK.One day per week. May-Aug. $5/lIr.
Near central campus. Call 769-4080.
PINE KNOB MUSIC THEA TRE now hiringJ
for summer employment. Send stamped self-
addressed envelope to: Application 1988,
P.O. Box 16499, Carkston, MI 48016.
Present or former English 225 students: stu-
dents needed to serve as subjects for a project
examining the use of computers in writing.
Experience using computers for writing re-
qured. $5.00/hr. for 6-9 hours over 4 ses-
sions. Availability Spring term helpful. Call
Deanna Migut, School of Ed. 936-2743.
REPRODUCTIVE BI-
OLIGIST/EMBRIOLOGY. Very active, ex-
panding fertiity/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 :A .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. CalSean 930-
1806.
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/bsns tdns. For further rinfonnation
and onr-campus interviewphone Mr. Ander-
son, person to person, COLLECT, 517-339-
9500.

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 Temporary Service now
79-0588
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 eaming
$3000 this summer. Will train. Advancement
opportunities. Call Sandy at 930-1806.
SUMMER RESTAURANT H ELP
WANTED. Positions open for waitresses,
waiters, hosts, bartenders busboys. Apply in
person at Key Largo lRestaurant, 142 E.
Walled Lake Drive, Walled Lake. 669-1441.
SUMMWER JOBS: Help aids needed for
home care agency Ann Arbor Ypsilanti area.
Student nurses welcome. Please call 1-800-
648-1194.
TELEMARKETING POSITION on-campus.
$4/hr. Call 747-9400, Rafiq.
TH E 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.
lexible hours. Will train. Call or write 100
Marquette, Detroit, MI 48214 (313)
822-1234
THE STUDENTS COUNSELING OF1. is
accepting applications for spr./su. coordina-
tor. Pick up job description application at
SCO, 609 1 aven Hall, 10-3 M-F 763-1553.
U of M research and adult devel. Will Pay
$75. Must be in 20's or 60's. 936-2101.
VETERINARY RICEPTIONIST-ASSIS-
TAN.T
Approx. 25 hrs/wk., will train
Call 668-1466.
TELEMARKETERS
Permanent part-time positions
available. Earn $5-11 per hour
while you learn. Flexible hours.
Sales experience preferred.
Call Mr. Maltese, 996-2027

WEEKEND
MAGAZINE
Fridays in The Daily
763-0379
HELP WANTED
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.
GOING PLACES
***EUROPE CHARTERS***
Amsterdam from $418, Paris from $568
Frankfurt from $428 London from $468
Eurail Youti ass $320
***ORIENT SUP RFARES***
Bangkok $969, Hong Kong $799
Okinawa $999, Osaka 39
Seoul $799, Tai Pei $799, Tokyo $899
Regenc Travel, 209-211 S. State
Call for details, 665-6122.
/fGOING IIOME?/aDetroit-Boston nonstop-
one-way Friday May 6th. 761-8953.
BABY YOU CAN DRIVE MY CAR!
Well at least you can share my truck going to
NYC April 29. Call Ian @ 764-4761 or Re-
becca a 996-5960.
COED BICYCLE TOURS-COLORADO
ROCKIES '88. Whitewater rafting jeeping,
van support. College Cycle 'Tours j313)357-
1370.
COMPLETE TRAVEL:For Interviews Va-
cations, Getting away! 1920 Pkrd. 761-533.
ONE WAY AIR TCKT from Metro to Al-
bany, NY on 4/30. $80 or B.O. Call 764-
2034.

SUPER OFFER- MusicMan guitar amp/cab
150W/ Ch, 4 12" sp. Call Tod:769-1269.

ROOMMATES

MUSICAL

ROOMMATES

2 Rmmates needed for fall in dbl. rm.$275
p/person. Near campus! Laundry, park. Call
Bela 996-0668 or Heidi 665-7372.
2 ROOMMATES NEEDED FOR
FALL/WINTER in Tower Plaza Condos.
Great location, all new furnishings. Male
non-smoking undergrads pref. Only $300/mo.
per person. Only an 8 mo. lease! Call Dean
747-6377.
4 MO. LEASE AVAIL. JAN.-MAY '89.
Own room in great 5 bdrm. house. Fem. non-
smoker pref. Ca Beth 761-9801.
FALL- Female roommate to share 2 bdrm.
furn. apt. on Church & Willard. $400/mo.
incl. util. Parking. You'll like it! Call 662-
0977.
FEMALE NON-SMOKING ROOMMATE
needed to share 3 bdrm. apt. Sept.- Aug.
lease, Walnut St. - off Geddes. Julie 764-
9805.
FEMALE NONSMOKER-share beautiful- 1-
bdrm. apt. Sept. '88-Aug. '89. 3 mm. walk to
campus. $305.761-5471.
FEMALE ROOMIE TO SHARE DBL. in 2
bdrm. apt. Call Monica 764-3660.

FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED: share 1g.
rm. in house. Sept.-Sept., cheap. Call 747-
6538 persistently!
LOOK NO FURTHER I If you are a female,
nonsmoker looking for a place in Sept. I have
a large "-bd"r apt. on S. Forest for you.
Please call Amy at 763-0788.
NONSMOKER to share 2 bdrm. apt. near
campus for-summer. Rent negot. Call Bob,.
663-1)180 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-
ps u. Laundry facilities, garage, own rooms.
Reasonable prices for springfsumme? sublets.
Call 668-887 1.
YOUR OWN ROOM in 7 bedroom coed
Kerrytown area house. May-May for
$225/mo. Our summer sublet for $1 00/mo.
Great housematesi Call 995-4599.
COMPUTER MDSE.
WANTED: Used Apple "Macintosh Plus"
computer ingood condition. Call collect
(616)755-6515.

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.
Ticket avail. to New York on May 2.
CHEAP! CIIEAP! Please call Sherri at 668-
7482.
TWO RT. NORTHWEST AIR TCKS. Any-
where US-Canada. Exp. 3/89. $200. 668-
7490 Mia.

CLASS OF '88
YOU'RE INVITED TO ATTEND
A COMMENCEMENT EXERCISE

= --r M_--- r _r

NORTH BROS.
WHERE:
WHEN: MARCH 1, 1988-DECEMBER 31, 1988
FOR: " PRE-APPROVED CREDIT FROM FORD CREDIT
" $400 CASH BONUS FROM FORD

Hair Styling with
a Flair
- 7 Barber Stylists
for MEN & WOMEN
- NO WAITING!!!
DASCOLA STYLISTS
Opposite Jacobson's
668-9329

If you've graduated, or will
graduate, with a Bachelor's
or advanced degree be-
tween October 1, 1987 and
January 31, 1989, you're
invited to attend a com-
mencement exercise at
NORTH BROS. FORD. You
may qualify for $400 from
Ford and pre-approved
credit from Ford Motor Credit
Company. To qualify for
pre-approved credit, you
need: (1) verifiable employ-
ment beginning within 120
days after your vehicle
purchase; (2) a salary
sufficient to cover normal
lihinn AvnpncAC nh is n cnar

COLLrC
0 -
O -
s~ pP

have a credit record, it must
indicate payment made as
agreed.
The $400 from Ford is
yours whether you finance or
not. Keep it or apply it to the
purchase or lease of an
eligible Ford or Mercury
vehicles.
For all the details, contact
us or call Program Head-
quarters, toll free, at 1-313-
540-9890.
But hurry. This limited
time offer is only available
between March 1 and De-
cember 31, 1988. So take
advantage of the Ford
Uoarni irv (nllona hrr.i ito

Stop by and
Monday,

see a Jostens representative.
April 11-Friday. April 15,
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.,

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan