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The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 27, 1989-- Page 7

House Dems,

GOP leaders agree on salary package

WASHINGTON (AP) - House
Democratic and Republican leaders
have tentatively worked out a pack-
age that would impose significant
financial restrictions on House
members in return for a 50 percent
pay raise, leadership sources said
yesterday.
The sources, speaking only on
condition they not be identified, are

still working out the specifics. But
they said the package, to be intro-
duced soon after the raise becomes
law on Feb. 8, would include:
_An end to the honoraria system,
which allows rank-and-file House
members to keep up to $28, 850 of
the money they earn form speeches,
articles and other appearances.
_Abolition of the "grandfather"

system in campaign financing. This
has allowed 190 House members, in
office as of Jan. 8, 1980, to stock-
pile more than $39 million in sur-

getting long vacations at resorts
from special interests, who invited
them to speak for free.
Restricitons on non-honoraria

plus campaign money for their per- outside income.

pointees and federal judges also
would receive 50 percent pay in-
creases.
Senate leaders have committed
themselves to scheduling a vote be-
fore the deadline, which is certain to
reject the raise. The vote would be
meaningless, however, since both
houses must reject the proposal stop
it.

sonal use.
_Restrictions, probably time
limitations, on travel for speaking
engagements and other appearances.
This would prevent members form

Recommended by former Presi-
dent Reagan, the increase would
boost rank-and-file lawmakers'
salaries from $89, 500 to $135, 000.
Top executive branch political ap-

House opponents of the raise said
yesterday they can't stop the increase
and are now focusing on long-range
efforts to roll it back
The negotiators have been Coelho
and Rep. Vic Fazio (D- Calif.);
House GOP Whip Dick Cheney (R-
Wyo.) and Rep. Jerry Lewis (R-
Calif.), chair of the House Republi-
can Conference.

NNW

CLASSIFIED ADS

764-0557

HELP WANTED

Are you interested in
BUSINESS?
The Michigan Ensian is looking
for an energetic and well-organ-
ized person to be Manager of
the Yearbook. Duties include
monthly finance reports, close
supervision of publication
budget and organization of
Senior Portrait sessions.- Paid
Position. All interested
individuals should stop by the
Michigan Ensian, 420 Maynard
to pick up an application, or call
Helene at 764-0561, Tuesdays,
Thursdays, or Fridays.
PERSONAL ASSISTANT needed for refer-
ral pool to assist persons with disabilities
with cooking, cleann bathing, dressing,
and personal hygiene. Contact the Ann Arbor
Center for In d Living. Call 971-
0277.
COUNSELORS: U of M camp for children
8-18 with communication disorders. Excel-
lent living facilities. Beautiful Grand Tra-
verse Bay waterfront. Full recreation and
craft program in addition to intensive speech
and heann therap. week session plus ori-
enttio. Cll 47=495.
CPI PHOTO FINISH needs full & rt time
help for 1 hr. photo lab. Photographic back-
0round helpful. Apply @ Briarwood.
EARN UP TO $5.50/hour. Bagel production
workers needed Monday through Friday
days. Apply in person at 1306 S. University.
HOW ABOUT VOLUNTEERING TO TU-
TOR 7th 8th, & 9th grade students at Tappan
Jr. High 'ues. & Thurs. 3-4. Contact Demaris
Booker 994-2011 or 994-4970.
KITCHEN CREW: Free meals/flexible
hours. Lunch & dinner shifts available.
Centrally located fraternity. Call John or
Will at 761-4758.
LUNCH ROOM SUPERVISORS 11-1 r.
teacher substitutes. Go Lake the Windl
School. Supervise Lunch and recess for
" preschool elementary students. Fifteen
minute drive from campus. 747-7422.
MAKE HUNDREDS in your spare time
placing posters. No selling (918) 33MONEY.
SALES: Baseball fan needed. P/T. Call
Homerun Services at (213)473-0700.

HELP WANTED
MEDIA ASSISTANT: Operate slide pro -
to s and PA for conferences at the UMH -
pials. Previous AV experience desired, but
will -ain. Varied schedule, 10-30
hours/reck. Must have blocks of mornings,
aftemoans, or all day available. $4.0/hr. +
deeding on experience. Call Steve at 763-
PHOTO LAB DELIVERY DRIVER: 1-4
PM, M-F during school year. Full time in the
summer. FOTO-1 Westgate Shopping Cen-
ter,665-3686.
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 p
on the first date of publication.
THANK YOU i
MARKEIiING ASSISTANT
Office of Major Events,
Work study preferred,'.
B-School not necessary.
Some computer entry
required. CllKatie at
763-8587
SORORITY WAlTERS NEEDED!!
Have fun great benefits short shifts. Call
soon. 76f-3121 or769-1'19.
STUDENT TYPISTS - tired of making
minimum wage? If you type 80 wpm mini-
mnumn ou can t>6incemase your earnings.
Flexile hours.IM66-8898.

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ATHLETIC S

HELP WANTED
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
is now hiring
for itions in its
FINAN DEPARTMENT
Applications are being acceed
until Friday, January27
No experience necessary
Freshman and Sophomores preferred
Call 764-0560; ask for Jein or Jill
or stop by at 420 Maynard
to pick up an application.
Flexible hours, MG opportunities
ATTENTION
Now Hear This
National Marketing Firm has openings in its tele-
marketing dept. Opportunity for advancement,
managers are hired from sales force. $5.O0-$10.00
per hour. Flexible hours.
Hear it first hand. call Mr. Howell NOWI
996-8890
Are you interested in u
ADVERTISING
OR MARKETING?
The Michigan Ensian Yearbook is.
looking for an energetic and '
creative person to head a new
promotional campaign. This
position offers the opportunity to *
organize and implement your own
ideas. Great Experience if you
want to enter the field. Paid
Position. For more information

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SOCCER EQUIPMENT-Largest selection in
area. New 1989 Lotto and Puma indoor
shoes. Let our soccer-smart sales staff help
you. Soccer Corner, 2366 E. Stadium,
Lamppost Plaza. 973-1041.
-
MISCELLANEOUS
DON'Y MISS ITI Artspace registration at the
Union ends Friday. For a list of openings call
662-3382.
GREAT PARKING SPACE for rentl Excel-
lent location near central campus. Call 769-
8875.

MUSICAL

GOING PLACES
DAYTONA BEACH
7 nghtsat the Whitehall Inn: $119. w/rans.
$19. On the beach center of strip, poolside
bars, daily parties and more. Sign-u deadline
for these ow prices: Feb. 4 Call LDon: 996-
0348.
GO SKIING! Cabins w/ fireplace. Resort lo-
cated on lake, surrounded by forest. Outdoor
spa. X-skimg. Cozy, romantic getaway at-
mosphere. Nightl $38-58. 'traverse City
area. (616) 276-9502.
IMAGINE YOURSELF parasailingnsunny
Cancun this spng b Then c ohn at
995-9276 for theEST vacation deal around.
Don't you deserve it7??
KEN, 30, seeks 1-3 travel companions to
Eastern & Western Europe, USSR,prh s
China or Japan. Whether you have Zweeks
or 2 months during summer '89, reply Box
345, 206S. MAin. A.A. 47104.
ORIENT SUPERFARES SAVE 30%+
Bangkok fr. $859, Hong Kong fr. $759,
Seo ifr. $729 Taipai fr. $751 Tokyo fr.
$752. REGENL!Y TRAVEL, 269 S. State.
Call 665-6122 for details.
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND $254
Spring Break-Join us. Alisa 764-1763.
SPRING BREAK
Acapulco fr. $489. Bahamas fr. $419. Ja-
maica fr. $509. Puerto Vallana fr. $549. Ask
about ACAPULCO Hotel El Cano SPE-
CIAL. REGENCY TRAVEL, 209 S. State.
Call 665-6122 for details.
SPRING BREAK Barefoot Bahamas Cruise
Sail 50 ft. Yachts in the Bahamas. Food in-
cluded $435/person. Call Don 769-1845.
SPRING BREAK IN CANCUNI
from $547 includes roundtrip air, 7 nights
beach front hotel & ivatepar Call
Michele 761-5244 or La 769-5757 now!
Limited space available.
SPRING BREAK air to A $318
roundtrip. Feb 25-March 4. Fr Travel
(corner of Liberty and Maynard) 769-9011.

GOING PLACES
S 'break NASSAU/PARIADISE IS
tFrom $299.00 Package includes: Roundtrip
air, transfers, 7 nights hotel, beach parties,
free lunch, cruise, free admission to night-
clubs, taxes and more.
Cancun packages also available!i Contact
Doug 665-5441, Eric 995-3827 or Kiki 769-
8499. Oraze small grou earn a free tripl
1-800-231 -0113 or (203) 9-3330.
NASSAU/PARADISE ISLAND
SPRING BREAK FR. $419
Round Trip Air. 7 nights accomodations,
beach parties, and other amenities. Call
Eric995-3827, Doug 665-5441, Kiki 769-
8499, or Charlene 665-0504.

TICKETS

BANDS-BORED RECORDS is looking for
original/garage music to include on its mid-
west compilation prject. Send tape and a
brief bio to Bored Records 1908 Salem St.,
Lafayette, IN 47904. Entries must be post-
marked by Feb. 15.
"TRUMPET AND JAZZ Improvisation
lessons. For more info., call Larry 9964186.
WE NEED A SINGER AND A DRUM-
MER! Talented, dedicated. Smiths, Cure,
REM, Lemon Drops, Chain, etc. Call 663-
7917.
GOING PLACES
1 RT TICKET ON NW TO AND FROM
ANYWHERE in U.S. Available ANYTIME
(ncluding Spring Break). $250 o.b.o. 747-
MARRO ISLE., FLA. - On beach, oceanfront
apt. 2 bdnm., pool, cable acuzz. Also 1
bdrm.,sleeps 4.813-642-548r.

7:40 PM, Feb. 23 AR LaGuardia RET March
6 at 9:35 AM. $190.761-5462.
ONE ROUND TRIP TICKET - on Conti -
nental Airlines. Anwhere on the mainland.
Best offer taken. Evan 662-0428.
WANTED: U-M Basketball tickets. Blue tier
only. Call 668.6282.
WANTED: one pair of good Blue seats. Call
663-8686.
WEEKEND
IMAGAZINE
Fridays in The Daily
763-0379

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SUMMER JOBS OUTDOORS
OVER 5,000 OPENINGS!
National Parks, Forests, Fire Crews.
Send stamp for free details.

1131E. WyomingKalispell, MT 59901. and to pick up an application stop
SUJMMER JOBS by The Michigan Ensian: 420
Now accepting applications-Large resort on Maynard Street. All applications
the east entrance to Glacier National Park, eiL Ianay 61
Montana. Looking for students interested" must be in by January 26, 1989.
summer employment for the following poi-.____"_"_"_""_"_______""_"_"_"____
tions: Waitrons, bartenders, kitchen help1
cooks, retail clerks maids, cashiers, cocktai
waitrons, desk clerks, office personnel, BUSINESS SERVICES
maintenance, fuel attendants. Hourly wage
incl. room and board. Write for aplcation to
St. M Lodge, PO Box 161 TWhitefish,
MT 59937. Interviews will be held on cam- A job that makes you think...
u during Februa Apply now. St. Mary You didn't come to U of M thinking it would
, Inc. is an Eq Opportunity Employer. be easy. Why take a job shelving books at the
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DEPT. Gradly? Local firm is adding to our staff of
of Dermatology Research unit needs volun- highly creative marketm research consul-
tees to test new therapies for. hives & tarits. 665 3. _3
eczema. Clinic visits and medication arepo- PLANNING A VACATION or sabbatical?
vided free for eligible persons. Call 313-936- Mature, responsible and experienct house-
4070 for more details. sitter with excellent references. r,, :tact Vir-
ginia Archer days 668-7652 eves. '9-7159.

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76-GUIDE IS HIRING!
FOR THE 1989-90 ACADEMIC YEAR
76-GUIDE 76-GUIDE is an anonymous peer phone counseling service sponsered by
Counseling Services. Applicants need to be enrolled students who are good
at working with people. No previous experience is necessary. GUIDE workers
are paid and work approximately 14 hours per week. Applications are
available at Counseling Services, 3100 Michigan Union, beginning
Monday, Jan. 16. Deadline for applications is Monday, Feb. 6. For further
information, call 76-GUIDE or 764-8312
**U-M is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer**
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