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The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 20, 1989 - Page71

SUMMER WORK- DOWNTOWN DE-
TROIT
Work May - September cleaning exterior of
building. $7.50 to start, $8.00 after 30 days.
Bonus upon completion. We are looking for 4
- 6 gung-ho summer workers. Plenty of sun-
shine and overtime workin outdoors. Future
employment possible. Call collect 1-6 pm.
Monday -Friday (31 2)421-4935. COR-
RECTED NUMBER. Ask for Bob.
$5.50/hr. outside clean-u (raking, etc). Part-
time opportunity. Call 677-1754.
2 SMALL BOYS NEED HIGH-ENERGY,
experienced ba sitter for eve., weekend, and
some daytime hours during spring & sum-
mer. Longterm commitment & own trans-
21i66. welcome. Nonsmoker. Call 662-
30 SUMMER JOBS available-resort near
Lake Michigan. June 5 thru Labor Day. Send
self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Mary C.
Ott, Sunny Brook Resort, 68300 CR 388,
South Haven, Mi 49090. (616) 637-4796.
ALASKA SUMMER EMPLOYMENT--
Fisheries. Eam $600+/week in cannery,
$8,000-$12,000+ for two months on fishing
vessel. Over 8,000 openings. No experience
necessary. Male or Female. For 52- ag e m-
ployment booklet send $6.95 to M&L Re-
search, Box 8468, Seattle WA 98124--30
day, unconditional, 100%1 money back guar-
antee.
ATITENTION
Some jobs pay well. Some jobs change the
world. This job does both. Work for the
Michi an Citizens Lobby. Work full/part
time. Hrs. 2 -1 m . Eam $275/wk. full
time. Call 9- , 663-6824.
BECOME AN ACTIVIST
Full/part-time and summer positions in politi-
cal organizing and fundraising for peace and
social justice. We train. Salary, bonuses paid
vacation health insurance. Ca SANE/f reeze
at 663-3913, 10am-5pm for interview.
CAMP COUNSELORS - M/F - Outstanding
Slim and Trim Down Camps: Tennis, Dance,
Slimnastics, WSI, Athletics, Nutri-
tion/Dietetics. Age 20+.'7 weeks. CAMP
CAMELOT on COLLEGE CAMPUSES at
Mass., Penn., Calif. Contact: Michelle
Friedman 947 Hewlett Dr., No. Woodmere,
N.Y. 11591, 800-421-4321.
CAMP COUNSELORS
Male/female counselors wanted for New
York State sleepaway camp. Many exciting
features- basketball, roller hock ey, gymnas-
tics, dance, pool, & lake.Call 99 593
CHILD CARE-gentle, loving person for 1
1/2 yr. girl, 10 hrs /wk. in AZ, starting May,
$40/wk., Janet 761-7266.
CHILD CARE NEEDED for cooperative 7 &
9 year olds on beautiful farm, own trans-
portation needed after school, Sat. am. &
possible summer 995-1016.
DENNY'S
Terrific, new 24-hour Denny's will open
soon in Downtown Ann Arbor (where the
Pantree used to be). We are seeking to hire
the best:
* Servers
* Bartenders
* Bussers
* Cooks
* Host/Hostesses
* Assistant Managers
We are offering top wages and benefits. Ac-
cepti ications Monday-Saturday, 1-4
p.m. A person at 330 East Liberty.
FINANCIAL COORDINATOR for INTER-
COOPERATIVE COUNCIL (student hous-
ing coops). Responsibilities include book-
keeping, debt collection, payroll, training-su-
pervision of house treasurers. Organizing and
computer skills required. Understanding of
and interest in coops is important. Salary ne-
rotiable. Three year commitment. Call 662-
HEALTHY MALE VOLUNTEERS (18-55)-
-May qualify for medication research studies.
Research volunteers are paid for participa-
tion. Contact Sally McKenna, at 99-
7051, Mon.-Thurs.(8 am-3 pm) for additional
information. Parke-Davis, Community Re-
search Clinic.
JAPANESE TRAVEL AGENCY in South-
field seeks full-time person. Must speak
Janese and English. Call Tom or Toshi at:
1-EW-952-8999.
JOURNALISM INTERN
The Detroit Jewish News needs a news de-
partment summer intem. College student with
iournalism experience and knowledge of the
Jewish community is prefered. Duties include
editing, writing news stories, maintaining
clipping and photogra h files. Pay is mini-
mu a us lots of rence. To apply,
cal Ala Iftsy,354-600
MAKE $30 -GUM CHEWERS NEEDED
Research study at the University of Michi-
an, School of Dentistry on sugarless gums.
Upon being accepted, participants will have 2
appointments of one hour each (Mondays or
Wedn esdays) four weeks apart, with payment
of $30 at the last appointment. Participants
should enjoy chewing either sugar or sugar-
less gum, have either some fillings or dental
decay, non tobacco user, not under long term
medication, be available through spring term,
and will need to refrain from too brushing
for 48 hours before each appointment after
which their teeth will be rofessionally
cleaned. Please call 936-3276 between loam
and 2pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
or Thursday for an appointment.

HE W
MANAGER TRAINEE--Young corporation
expandgin Ann Arbor area. Need to open 2
branch ffces. No experience necessary.
Will train in all aspects of business. Eaming
potential 35K+. Security fee required if ac-
cepted. 973-2696.
MANAGERS (2): Hard-working creative
persons who want to manage and promote
summer & resort ice cream stores on Fire Is-
land and Ham ptons, N.Y. Housing will be
provided for the right candidate. all 663-
MEN AND WOMEN age 65 and over are
needed for a stud yof gastrointestinal acidity
at the College of Pharmacy. No drugs are in-
volved. Compensation is 4200 for 2 days.
Contact Tanya Russell, 936-8157 (days),
677-0796 (eves).
NATIONAL MARKETING firm seeks am-
bitious, mature student to manage on-cam s
promotions for tpnational conie is
school year. Flexible hours with eamings
tential to $2500. Call 1-800-932-0528 ext.
PLEASE CHECK YOUR ADi!!!
If you find an error in your classified
ad, please call the Classified
Correction Hotline-764-0557.
The Michigan Daily is only responsible foin
errors in classified ads if notified by 5:00 pm
on the first date of publication.
THANK YOU !
SEARS
Photog rapiy.and Sales
Full or Part-Time Position
Career opportunity with CPI Corp., operating
studios in over 800 retail stores. Motivated
sales oriented persons will participaterin
phoogrphyand sales training program.
mrior sa es experience helpful. Flexiblehours
may include evenings and weekends. Fre-
quent saleary reviews and other benefits. Ap-
ply in person at Sears Portrait Studio:
BRIARWOOD MALL
TUE. thru SAT. 10 am until 8 pm.
WORK-STUDY OFFICE ASSISTANT:
Humanities Institute, 10 hrs./week, $5 per
hour. Call Dottie Lee 936-3518.

HELP WANTED
SELF-MOTIVATED INDIVIDUALS to
work full-time in a fast-paced retail copy
shop. No experience necessary. Great op-
portunity to join a rapidly growing company.
Includes benefits. Apply in person at
Kinko's, 540 E. Liberty.
SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE in Westem
Wayne and Downriver areas. Don't wait until
June--A ly now. For DOWNRIVER area
Call 33)284-2260 ask for Sharon. For
WESTERfRMN WAYNE area call (3 13)425-
6226 ask for Michell. Good pay rates. No
fee. lSTD TEMPORARY SERVICE.
SUMMER JOB- PART TIME. Car neces-
sary. Responsiblities include driving two
boys .8 and 6 to swim class and tennis 3
momings per week, July and August, may
sitting some evenings, salary negotiable. Cll
665-9369 after 7 pm.
THE DEPT. OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS
is hiring RENTAL MANAGERS for its Out-
door Program for Spring/Summer semester.
Pay is $4.60/hr. Cl the NCRB at 763-4560
for more information, or stop by to pick up an
application.
THE DEPT. OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS
is hiring TRIP LEADERS for its Outdoor
Program for Sp./Su. semester. Experience
leadg outdoor trips (backpacking, clmb- g
can r basiccamp greferred. Must be
available ?4r Aril7-9tining weekend. Call
the NCRB at 763-4560 or stop by during
business hours for more information.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY is currently ac-
cepting applications for Assistant Account
Executives in the Classified Department.
Stop byour office at 420 Maynard to pick up
an app ication and sin up or an interview,
or call 764-0557 for more information.
Deadline for all applications is Friday, March
24, at 5pm.
YOUNG MAN for house related and gar-
dening work at home. 663-9338. Messages
663-4294.

Nation's #1 test prep service seeks directors
for Detroit/Ann Arbor, San Diego K.C. of-
fices. Must be bright, self-starter able to excel
in entrepreneurial atmosphere. Ability to
managedpeople. 1 yr. work exp + high stan-
dardized test scores a plus. Slary competi-
tive. Send resume: TPR 28104 Orchard Lake
Rd. Suite 111, Farmington Hills, MI 48018.
PERFECT FOR STUDENTS!
Part time jobs with MAJOR telemarket-
ing company working evenings. $5-
$8/hour. flexible hours; Located 2
BLOCKS from Student Union.
Call 996-8890. Ask for Mr. Rush
Make up to $1 ,000
in one week.
Student organizations, fraternities,
sororities needed for 1 week
marketing project right on campus.
Must be organized & motivated.
Call 1-800-950-8472, ext. 110.
- OA
2 FEMALE nonsmoking roommates needed
for a 3 bdrn. apt. Free parking, close to gro-
cery, $266/person, graduate students pref'd.
Sept.-Sept., Lisa 769-2913.
2 ROOMMATES NEEDED FOR FALL
TERM - Huge room cheap rent. 1 block
from B-school. Call Lana 668-1325/Cassie
995-9347.

ROOMMATES
AVAIABLE IMMEDIATELY. Large room
in 5 bdrm. house. Beautifully remodeled, nice
guys. 769-6478.
HOUSEMATE WANTED: One single room
available in coed 7 bedroom house. May
lease $300/mo. Call Liz 662-7923.
NEED 2 FEMALES to share double in 2
bedroom apt. near CCRB. Sept-Sept.
$230/month and elec. Call 764-2804.
ONE ROOM in 6 bdrm. house. Parking,
laundry, May-May lease. Ph. 769-1797.
ROOMMATE available now one bdrm.
Rent: $250. ISSA PROPERTIES 662-4446.
ROOMMATE WANTED: 1 non-smoking
female. May to May single in 4 bdrm. apt. in
PRIME location -1 min. from DIAG, C CB,
Geddes bus stop. Call Maggie 995-5046.
SEEKING: 1 roommate to share 5 bdrm.
house on E. University. All yr. or starting in
Jan. Call Laura, 764-9644.
Starting Fall '89-Share quality 2 bedroom
condo with 1 person; 1/2 mile to.UM main
camp us(839 E. Kingsley), fumished, air,
$350month + electricity. Grad. student pre-
ferred. Call 761-6226.
Your OWN room in a 3-bedroom apt. is
waiting for YOU at U. Towers! 9/89 to 4/90.
Call for details now 769-5720.
$99 ANYWHERE IN THE USA ON
NORTHWEST AIRLINES! Brin our
American Express voucher. Call REGENCY
TRAVEL, 665-6122, ask for Ann or Dawn.
EUROPE '89 - London from $379 Amster-
dam from $518, Frankfurt from $448, Paris
from $608. Eurail p ass from $320. RE-
GENCY TRAVEL 209 S. State 665-6122.
Ask for Deb or Dan.
ONE WAY Detroit to Philly. Leaves Ma y2.
Call 995-5874 and ask for Angela B. prce
neg.

ORIENT SUPERFARES SAVE 30%+ w
Beijina fr. $1149, Seoul fr. $729, Shanghai
fr. E1E9 Tai fr. $751 Tokyo fr. $782.
REGEN AVEL, 269 S. State. Call
665-6122, ask for Joanne or Dan.
RAFT WEST VIRGINIA'S WONDERFUL
NEW RIVER. This spring, take a break in W.
Virginia. River trip, 2 nights camping &;
meals included for only $49.95 per person.
Call for details 1-800-US A-RA FI.
SPRING BREAK! Lo cabin retreat. Fully
equipped, sleeps 2-4. Outdoor hot tubsX
skiing, snowshoe options. $38-58 per night/
mid-week rates cheaper! 10 min. from Tra-
verse City. 616-276-9502.
Student Travel Breaks at Stamos'
Kerry Town * 407 North Fifth
4663-4400 483-5040
Traverse City area. LOG CABINS w/ fire - '
place. Fully equipped. Sleeps 2-4. Includes
not tub, boats, canoes, linens. $335-360 a
week. 616-276-9502.
GAY GAMES III and CULTURAL FESTI-
VAL. August 4-11 1990, Vancouver
Canada. Arts Fair and '8 sports. en to a
Write: MVAAA Box 849 San iego,'CA
92138.
encore-YOUR Party Band-$345/4 hrs. For
audition tape call Tracey 677-1569.
Michigan Daily
SPORTS
763-0376

OLYMPUS****
Tonight!
7 Michigan Theater
Tickets $3.50 Fishbowl $4 at the door
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES We
do all p arty favors including custom t-shirts
at the lowest prices. Call The Button Men.
Rick or Lou at 665-1161.
Get your T-shirts and sweatshirts from Word
Silkscreening. We have the best prices. Call
665-6031.
WARNING!! GAMMA PHIS, THETA
CHIS, and THETA DELTS are "on the
loose'...and no one can stop their rampage!!!!

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