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The Michigan Daily - Monday, April 3, 1989 - Page 7

Flier
Continued from Page 1
dent Union president Chris Jones.
What must be most feared, said
BSU's recording officer Francis
Matthews "is what is said behind
closed doors."
Jones and Matthews both empha-
sized that this flier cannot be seen as
an "isolated incident." After awhile
these single, isolated incidents "lead
to a long line of isolated incidents,"

they said.
"The anonymity of it makes it
frightening because there are proba-
bly a lot of people it could have
been. It adds to the spectre of it,"
said Ransby.
She added that too often racist in-
cidents "disappear into file drawers
forever," because there are no clear-
cut procedures as to how they should
be dealt with.
This incident could possibly in-
fluence today's decision on the pro-
posed racism course.

SUMMER STORAG
* £a
University Storage
Services
*We will store anything, any size!*
**Pick-up and delivery provided**
***Extensive insurance policy*"'

GRAD STUDENT ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NEER - 15-30 hr. per wk. flexible schedule,
circuit design protot build. $12 per hr.
Call Mr. Ivey 344-0050. Need own trans-
portation - Novi-9 Mi.-1275.
INTERESTED IN WORKING WITH
CHILDREN? Be a daycamp counselor. Col-
lege students, teachers. Pro m is child-
centered non-competitive. transportation
rovided. Chicago area. Call collect 312-537-
9700. Circle M Day Camp, Wheeling, Mi-
nlois.
SUMMER JOBS: Foremen and painters
$5.00-7.00. Call John 761-4717.
$5.50/hr. outside clean-u (raking, etc). Part-
time opportunity. Call 677-1754.
2 HAPPY HEALTHY CHILDREN looking
for hapy healthy babysitter on occasional
basis. $4/hr. Prefer car. 994-3137.
APT. MANAGER-- Looking for a responsi-
ble upperclassperson/grad. student to manage
a student complex on a part time basis. Some
maint. work required must live on-site. P.O.
Box 7072, Ann Arbor 48107.
ATTENTION
Some jobs pay well. Some jobs change the
world. This job does both. Work for the
Michigan Citizens Lobby. Work full/part
time. Hrs. 2pm- Opm. Earn $275/wk. full
time. Call 9-5, 663-6824.
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. 11581,800-421-4321.
CATERING WAIT STAFF, full-time days or
part-time weekends. Personable and ener-
getic. Katherine's Catering/Domino's Farms
995-4270. Sue Kerry.
CRUISE SHIPS
Now hiring all positions. Both skilled and un-
skilled. For information Call (615) 779-5507
ext. H765.
DE LI HELP WANTED: daytime. Apply
w/in at the Main Party Store. 7691515p
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-
cepting applications Monday-Saturday, 1-4
p.m. Apply in person at 330 East Liberty.
EARN $5 IN 1 HR. Psych Experiment. Call
763-5875 Sat./Sun. 12-2, Mon./Tues. 2-4pm
for more information.
EARN UP TO $5.50/hr. Production workers,
Mon.-Fri. days. Apply in person at 1306 S.
University.
ENERGETIC INDIVIDUALS to articipate
in a summer marketing protect. Interested
aplicants should send resumes
to: Washtenaw Mortgage Conmpan
315 E. Eisenhower Suite 12ay
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Attn.: Marketing Manager
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-
otiable. Three year commitment. Call 662-
FOUR COLLEGE WORK-STUDY students
needed in internal medicine, hematol-
ogy/oncology for spring/summer '89. Office
work computer experience desirable, great
pay. Enquire at 936-5290.
GOLF COURSE STAFF
Now hiring for the season! Starters, Rangers,
Pro-Shop Waitresses, Cooks, Bartenders.
Free golf priveleges. Excellent for college
students. Full or part-time. Fox Hills C..,
located between Plymouth and Ann Arbor.
r 453-7272.

LAB ATTENDANT work-study student
needed in Internal Medicine Hematol-
ogy/Oncol ogyfor Spring/Summer '89. Stu-
dents should have completed at least one
course in Chemistry, ferably incuding a
lab. Inquire at 93652D ea. ncuin
LABOR POSITIONS with time and a half
hours plus many more, starting at the end of
Apr/beginning of May, for swimming pool
service company. Summer position. Mus be
responsible. In Milford/Pontiac area. Call
887-3159.
NEEDED: Part-time week-end work. Loca-
tion assistant for photography studio. Must
lift and assemble heavy equipment. Please
call 665-5988.
PART-TIME POSITION avail. for Spring,
Summer & Fall 1989. Flex. schedling,
$4.00/hr. disc. on merchandise. A pply now in1
rson @ the MICHIGAN UNIO BOOK-
TORE, ground floor of Michigan Union.
Part-time research assistant in psychiatry,
option to take active part in studies, 20
hrs./wk. for at least 1 yr., starting immed.
Own trans. essential, some typig and clerical
duties psych or social work background pref.
$6-7Nr. depding on qualification. Dr.
Gupta 763-244, leave message if no answer.
PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD!!!!!
If you find an error in your classified
ad, please call the Classified
Correction Hotline-764-0557.se
The Michigan Daily is only responsible fort
errors in classified ads if notified by 5:00 pm
on the first date of publication.
THANK YOU !
REC./SEC. part-time prefer Bus. Man./Acct.
Major. Send resume: P.A.I. #1 3460 E.
Ellsworth Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48108.
SOFTWARE TESTERS - Must know MS-
DOS. dBase experience helpful. $4.00/hr.
Call Kurt at 996-4343 or 761-7226.
STUDENT "HANDYPERSON," to ut up
pictures, shelves, mirrors, hooks, fuxtures,
signs, etc., move fumiture, make local pick-
ups and deliveries of supplies, make minor
repairs to almost anythig and other misc.
duties as they arise. MUST BE U-M STU-
DENT, have experience with hand tools, me
chanical aptitude, a valid driver's license, and
no physical restnctions on lifting. Ability to
wor-k mdegindently and conscientously is a
necessity. No evenng or weekend work. Po-
sition is available 10-15 hours per week until
the end of the term, and can be full time dur-
ing spring and summer terms. For more in-
formation, contact Terry Melman at 763-
2423.
SUMMER JOBS to Save Environment
EARN $2500-$3500! National campaign po-o
sitions to pass clean air act, stop toxic pollu-
tion, tighten pesticide controls and promote
comprehensive recycling, available in 18
states andD.C. Iiterviews'on campus 4/5,6,7.
Call Kate at 1-800-622-2202.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY is acce tin ap-
plications for Credit Manager for Fall/inter
1989-1990.No experience necessary, some
accountn expenence preferred. 10
hour/wek. lexblehours great experi-
ence. Contact Jein at 764-050 or stop by at
420 Maynard, 2nd floor for applications.
Deadline is April 7.
CATERING SERVICE
Ideal spring/summer job for college
students. Must be able to work some
days, $6-$10/hr. Must be able to start
after last exam.
THE ROOSTERTAIL CATERERS
100 Marquette, Detroit
1-822-1234
STUDENTS
Look Into This
Telemarketing firm has openings. Afternoon
& evening Shifts. Conveniently located on
campus. Flexible hours. Start at $6-$8/hr.,
guaranteed. Come see us now.
Mr. Thomas 996-8890.
$99 ANYWHERE IN THE USA ON
NORTHWESTAIRLINES! Bring your
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 _pass from $320. RE-
GENCY TRAVEL 209 S. State 665-6122.
Ask for Deb or Dan.
ORIENT SUPERFARES SAVE 30%+
Be~rijg fr. $1169, Seoul fr. $759, Shanghai
fr. f1r19 Tai i fr. $779 Tokyo fr. $799.
REGEN TAVEL, 269 S. State. Call
665-6122, ask for Joanne or Dan.

Elect
Continued from Page 1
In the Third Ward, Democrat
Nelson Meade, a retired administrator
at the University's School of Public
Health, Republican Donna Richter, a
health consultant, and Libertarian
Jesse Walker, an LSA sophomore,
are bidding to replace Democrat Jeff
Epton, who is retiring from the
council.
In the Fourth Ward, Democrat
G1PL E
MICHIGAN MOVERS- SHIPPING to NY
& NJ! Ask about free summer storage! 668-
0972.
Student Travel Breaks at Stamos'
Kerry Town*' 407 North Fifth
663-4400 483-5040
Traverse City area. LOG CABINS w/ fire-
place. Fully equipped. Sleeps 2-4. Includes
week boats, canoes, linens. $335-360 a
616-276-9502.
ATTENTON: ROCKWELL AND ASSOC.
is now accepting portfolios from UM women
to be considered Tor a 1990 Calender. Call
761-7279 or send portfolios or pictures: 520
E. Ann, Apt. 1, Ann Arbor, 48104.
TMI STUDENT TRAVEL offers discount
international airfares * major airlines, not
charters * Personalized trip planning * group
discounts * 617-367-3311.
WILLIAM MONROE TROTTER HOUSE
presents...
The 6th Annual Minority Festival
"The original s rphony"
Saturd ApI 8, 1989
-9p.m
At the Trotter House
In addition to highlighting the performing
talents of students, the Trotter House Award
will be presented to the student grou who
has made noteworthy contributions to Trotter
House and the minority community.
The Michigan Daily
Classified Department
is no longer accepting
STUDENT PERSONAL
CHECKS.
Only cash, cashier's
checks, and money
orders will be accepted
through April 19.
Thank youI
FLYING HOME AFTER EXAMS?? April
27th ticket on Northwest from Detroit to
Newark--Call 994-3279 for a great deal!
ONE WAY TICKET DETROIT TO
NEWARK
May 1st, $100
Call 995-9347. Ask for Helene.
THE TIME IS NOW
TO FIND AN APARTMENT
Efficiencies
1 bedrooms
2 bedrooms
Available
Most include parking,
heat, hot water, dish-
washers, laundry, and
garbage disposals.
DON'T
WASTE
ANOTHER
MINUTE!

Call Prime Student Housing
610 Church Street
761-8000

Chris Kolb,an environmental con-
sultant, is taking on incumbent Re-
publican and Mayor Pro Tem Jerry
Schleicher. David Raaflaub, a Liber-
tarian is also running. Kolb and
Raaflaub face an uphill battle since
the Fourth Ward historically votes
heavily Republican.
In the Fifth Ward, Democrat
Verna Spayth, an advocate for rights
of the disabled who works at the
Ann Arbor Center for Independent
Living, is seeking to fill the spot of
ROOMMATES
6 BDRM. HSE. E. Wash. 2 sgi. rms. avail.
Fun people Call 764-7753/764-7745.
FEMALE non-smoking roommate needed
beg. May 15. Share roan- rent $258. Park-
ing, d/w, laundry. Call Sharon 995-5745.
FEMALE, NONSMOKER HOUSEMATE
wanted: Sep. single room in 6 person house
located on 9. Forest and Hill. $285/mo. Free
parking. Call 994-8953.
GOING ABROAD FALL TERM? I will
sublet your single bedroom in a house or apt.
Call Becky 996-9368.

retiring Democratic councilmember
Kathy Edgren. Republican Joe
Borda, a business consultant, is run-
ning against her.
City Clerk Winifred Northcross
said she expects a turnout of about
20 percent of registered voters in to-
day's city election.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8
p.m. For information on where to
vote, call the Ann Arbor City
Clerk's office at 994-2725.
WEEKEND
MAGAZINE
Fridays in The Daily
763-0379

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Main student polling locations

Prec. Bldg.
1 Mich. Union
2 Alice Lloyd
7 Bursley

South Quad 600E.Madison
Mary St. 926 Mary St
Polling Place

5 1 YMCA

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Address
530 S. State
100 S. Observatory
1931 Ouffield
324 Observatory
Washington fts.
1608 S. University
701 E. University
701 E. University

Have you considered a career which offers:
" job opportunities in every part of the country
" a career which helps others care for themselves
" starting salaries ranging from $25-$30,000
" career flexibility and lifelong learning

The University of Michigan
School of Nursing prepares
students for a variety of
careers: in high tech hospitals,
community nursing, business
and industry, management
and administration, teaching,
research, ... and much more.

If you want a career which
is in demand and offers
personal and financial
rewards, consider nursing.
Contact the School of
Nursing for more infor-
mation (763-9438).

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