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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 29, 1992 - Page 7

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Budget for '93

CLASSIFIED

ADS

HELP WANTED

FAST FUNDRAISING PROGRAM!
Fraternities, sororities, student clubs. Earn up
to $1000 in one week. Plus receive a $1000
bonus yourself. And a FREE WATCH just
for calling 1-800-932-0528, Ext. 65.
FEMALE BABYSITTER NEEDED for 4
mo. old infant in parent's west side home.
Mon. afternoons, 662-9796.
HANDICAPPED WOMAN in NE section
in need of female personal care. If interested,
Wcall 996-1485.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT, part-time for
facility offering pregnancy termination,
gynecological care, family planning, veno-
uncture skills necessary. Send resume to
Health Care Clinic, 3012 Packard Rd., Ann
Arbor, 48108.
NATURALISTS
Working with school children in residential
environmental education program.
Employment from early March through mid-
June. Summer staff positions also available.
Salary plus room and board. Contact: Marvin
Berman, PhD., Tamarack Outdoor Education
Center, Ortonville, MI 48462. (313) 627-
2821
RUN YOUR OWN BUSINESS: Student
Sprinkler is now hiring for summer manager
positions selling and installing Toro under-
ground sprinkler systems. Earn up to
$10,000. For more info. call 665-5390.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
tablished infertility clinic. If you are a male
between 21-40 years of age and a graduate
student or a professional 510" or taller we
need you. Donors will be paid $50 per ac-
ceptable specimen. For further information
please write P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, Mi.
STAFF NEEDED FOR MACKINAC IS-
LAND resort hotel - front desk, night audit,
dining room, housekeeping, kitchen,
mainttenance, bicycle mechanics, line cooks.
contact Iroquois Hotel, winter office, 2488
Village Dr. SE #9 Grand Rapids, MI 49506.
(616) 247-5675 or 663-5971 (Ann Arbor.)

SPRING BREAK PRICE-BUSTER
VACATIONS!
Jamaica, Bahamas including airfare, great
hotel, and much more from only $599. Buy
from the #1 name you trust for quality
vacations. Four Seasons 1-800-331-3136.
THE COMPLEAT EDITOR. Academic
articles, Books, Dissertations. 769-4390.
GOING PLACES
BROKE? GO NORTH! Spring break ski
get-away. $49-$69 nightly. Cheaper mid-
week rates. Includes cozy, log cabin lodging,
outdoor hottub and FREE ski trails and e-
uipment with coupon. 10 minutes from
Traverse City. 616-276-9502.

GOlKI PLACES N $TUDN SRVIC#5|
SPRING BREAK'92--CANCUN!!
CANCUN!!
Best prices on campus, from $199.
Limited space. Call now for details.M
Call Mike 995-9054 or Roger 741-4429.
SPRING BREAK: Nassau fr. $509, Freeport
fr. $529, Puerto Vallarta fr. $549, Aruba fr.
$749, Barbados fr. $619, Cozumel fr. $509.
Call Dan at REGENCY TRAVEL 665-
6122.

STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS AT
STAMOS TRAVEL
Best European/Greece airfares, 663-4400

STUCCHI'S Washtenaw location is hiring
for all shifts. Apply at 3325 Washtenaw
SUMMER JOBS are available at CAMP
SEQUOIA in the. New York State Catskill
Mountains (90 miles NW of New York City)!
Cabin Counselor and Specialty Instructor
Wpositions for ALL TEAM SPORTS, SWIM-
MING (WSI/LGT), TENNIS, WATERSKI,
THEATRE, ART, PHOTOGRAPHY,
ENGLISH HORSEBACK RIDING, OUT-
DOOR EDUCATION and MANY MORE
AREAS. Competitive camp salary, travel
allowance, room, board and laundry. IN-
TERVIEWS ON CAMPUS. FOR MORE
INFORMATION, APPLICATION AND AN
APPOINTMENT, CALL CAMP SEQUOIA
DIRECTLY AT 914/679-5291.
SUMMER MANAGEMENT POSITIONS
AVAILABLE TASP INTERNATIONAL is
* looking for highly motivated college students
to fill management positions thissummer.
Earn $6000-$8000 while building your
resume and gaining valuable business
experience. Territories are open accross the
State of Michigan, particularly in Gross Pt.,
Troy, Birmingham, Southfield, Lake
Orion, Livonia, Clarkston, and Ann
Arbor. Territories are filling quickly, for
more information call Gregg Merians at 1-
800-543-3792.
WANTED: VOLUNTEER coaches for in-
ternational maccabi youth game to be held
this summer in Baltimore. Contact Sharon.
. 971-0990.
WORK STUDY POSITION
AVAILABLE. Office assistant at Kresge
Hearing Research Institute. For more info.
call 764-8110
BUSINESS SERVICES
BIG M TYPING- Term Papers, Letters.
> Fastanifeasonable. 996-1383.
COLLEGE CLEANERS: 705 N. UNIVER-
SITY ST. Professional dry cleaning. Shirts.
662-1906.
LSAT!! FEB. OR JUNE-SAVE BIG ON
PREP!! Instructor for nat. prep. company
seeks more work. Private tutor DAN 998-
0283.
NITEWORD - Papers, reports, resumes,
presentations, graphics. Specials. (Answering
machine) 971-0427.
OFFICE PRODUCTS OUTLET: Largest
selection of used in Washtenaw, Livingston,
& Lenawee counties. 4-drawer files from
$39, chairs from $5, computer furniture from
$29, desks from $19, bookcases from $19,
IBM reconditioned Selectrics II from $159,
& much, much more. Free delivery. Call 313/
475-1130.

BREAK
THE"
SPRING
IN A WAY
THAT YOU'LL
NEVER FORGET
AT FABLED
HEDONISM
IN
NEGRIL, JAMAICA
It's the Caribbean's ultimate all-
inclusive beach resort! One price
pays for everything-- meals, wine
with lunch and dinner, all bar
drinks, disco and piano bar, live
entertainment, water skiing,
windsurfing; snorkeling and scuba,
tennis, horseback riding, workout
gym, sports instruction, hot tubs,
pools, gorgeous beach with all the
beach toys, airport transfers from
Montego Bay, deluxe hotel room,
all taxes and tips,
AND---> THE MOST
PARTY-INSPIRING, MEET
NEW FRIENDS, REGGAE
BEAT, RESORT
ATMOSPHERE ON THIS
PLANET!
After HEDONISM, Spring
Break will never be the same!!!
CARIBBEAN TRAVEL
(The Caribbean Spring
Break Specialists)
1-800-462-6033 9-6 pm EST
DON'T BE LEFT OUT IN THE COLD!
Spring break trips to Daytona available. Call
Justin, 663-1694.
LAST CHANCE! SPRING BREAK!
Cancun, Bahamas, Paradise Island. Price
Guaranteed. Matt, 996-0816.
LAST CHANCE TO SKI IN
BRECKENRIDGE,
CO: Spring Break. Amy 996-2648 or Tami
665-1026.
ORIENT SPECIALS: Tokyo fr. $921,
Taipei fr. $992, Hong Kong fr. $1016,
Bangkok fr. $1111, Seoul fr. $1033, Sin-
gapore fr. $1094. Ask for Dan or Claudia.
$129 or $189 anywhere in USA on Con-
tinental Airlines! Bring AMEX card & Con-
tintental voucher. Ask for Irene or Ann at
REGENCY TRAVEL 209 S. State, 665-
6122.
SPEND SPRING BREAK '92 IN
DAYTONA BEACH! $199. All oceanfront
rooms, call P.J. Tours 994-4711.

THE LARGEST AND MOST COM-
PLETE Spring Break trip! The U of M
Beach Club. Cancun from $399. 7 days, 7
nights. Trip is filling up fast. Call 930-9993.
YOU'VE ONLY GOT ONE WEEK TO
LIVE! DO ITRIGHT! Spring Break in
Jamaica, Bahamas from $399. Incl. hotel,
air, transfers. Robin 668-6313 or 1/800/426-
7710.
Need A Spring Break.
Treat Yourself To A
Barefoot Bahamas
Spring Break
Th, Ultimate Sailing Experience
Can51.800.59.988 Toy
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED 2ND SEASON TWIN PEAKS
VIDEOS Call Chris or Greg at 741-9492.
MUSIC
GUITAR LESSONS. ROCK AND BLUES
styles. Best rates by far. Call Brian 764-3765.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO. Not just
guitars. 302 E. Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs.
Lessons: Pay 4, get 5.
TICKETS
WANTED: 2 UM-Ohio State basketball
tickets. Will pay big $$! Call 769-0373.
NEED 3 TICKETS FOR UM-OSU B-
BALL GAME. Will pay big bucks. Eric at
665-2411.
TICKETS-ORLANDO-Disneyworld. Must
sell 4 round-trip airline tickets to Orlando,
FL. Good till end of 1993. Only $259 for all.
1-800-275-8663.
TKTS. WANTED for Garrison Kieler at Hill
Aud. Reasonable $ bonus. 668-9944.
ANNOUNCEM ENTS
ADOPTION - Devoted father, full-time
mother seek newborn to join family. We
promise your baby love & understanding, a
good education & fun. Supportive
grandparents. Legal. Call Bev & Howard col-
lect - 914-235-3917.
WILL YOU OR A FRIEND BE
CELEBRATING a 21st birthday? The
MichiganEnsian yearbook wants to cover it.
Please call Jenniferaor Nikki at 764-9425 to
tell us whether you'll be partying at home or
at the bar. We'll come to take pictures & fea-
ture you and your friends in the 1992
MichiganEnsian.
STUDENT SERVICES
***SANDI'S WORDPROCESSING***
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Small Classes.
Big Scores.
Score More With The Princeton Review.
Call (3133 663-2163
for more information.
THE -
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REVIEW 7-
The Prnceton Review is no'afiliated with the
Ed"cat"oa " Testing Serv"ce or Prnc n University
RESUMES, APPLICATIONS, AND DIS-
SERTATIONS. 10% new customer
discount. 761-8842.

spurs u
WASHINGTON (AP) - Presi-
dent Bush yesterday put the finish-
ing touches on his $1.5 trillion bud-
get for fiscal 1993, but muddied
today's unveiling in a dispute with
congressional Republicans over
proposals to boost some health-care
taxes.
Presses printing the budget were
halted briefly, and part of the sec-
tion previewing the administra-
tion's future health-care tax plans
was deleted.
Bush is seeking to use the elec-
tion-year budget to show voters
that he can be as decisive in solving
domestic problems as he has been in
addressing foreign affairs. He also
wants to persuade them that he has
an effective plan for ending the re-
cession, and helping people endure
its blows.
"It's a question of whether Dick
Darman co-opted the membership's
participation by saying, 'Here's how
we're going to pay for things,"' said
Rep. Fred Grandy (R-Iowa).
Bush's spending plan was ex-
pected to feature a collection of tax
cuts aimed at helping to energize the
comatose economy.
These were expected to include a
several-hundred-dollar increase in
the personal income-tax exemption
for children, which is now $2,300; a

INTENSIVE COURSES:
Biology, Chemistry,
Physics, Verbal.
Intensive classes
now forming.
Call Today!
Limited seats available
741-1699

Jackson fan gets two
years for glove theft-

OP rift
$5,000 tax credit for first-time
homebuyers; elimination of the 10
percent luxury tax on part of the
cost of expensive yachts and air-
planes; and restoration of tax breaks
for the real estate industry and for
business investments.
Bush was also certain to propose
slashing the capital gains tax paid
on profits from the sale of property
from its current top rate of 28 per-
Bush is seeking to use
the election-year
budget to show voters
that he can be as
decisive in solving
domestic problems as
he has been in
addressing foreign
affairs.
cent. Bush had initially been ex-
pected to propose dropping the top
rate to 19.6 percent, but after cob=
servative Republicans demanded a
steeper reduction, the president was
said to be considering an even deeper
cut.

DETROIT (AP) - A Michael
Jackson fan escaped a jail sentence
yesterday when a judge sentenced
him to two years probation. The fan
stole the singer's sequined white
glove from the Motown Museum.
"You think I'm going to put him
in prison?" Detroit Recorder's Court
Judge Dominick Carnovale asked
defense attorney Craig Freeman be-
fore sentencing Bruce Hays of Flint.
Carnovale also sentenced Hays to
20 hours of community service on a
felony charge of larceny inside a
building. Hays earlier pleaded no
contest.

Hays faced up to 12 years' im-
prisonment for stealing the crystal-
beaded glove on Oct. 2 from the mu-
seum.
Before the sentencing, Hays gave
Carnovale a typed statement that
said before they arrested him, police
took turns posing for photographs
with Jackson's glove.
Police said Hays removed hinges
on the case to reach the glove, then
replaced the hinges.
Two days later, Hays surrendered
to police in Flint, about 75 miles
northwest of Detroit after investiga-
tors received an anonymous tip.

GK LASSESSITAKI
JANUARY 29TH
3 GMAT CLASSES START
JANUARY 30TH
LSAT CLASSES
STARTING
MARCH 15 & MARCH 16
COMPUTERS
IBM 386-33MHz COMPATIBLE. 120
Meg. Fast Hard Drive. 1.2 & 1.44 Meg. Flop-
py drives. 4 Megs RAM. 14" super VGA
monitor w/ 1 Meg. SVGA card. Logitech
mouse. New w/ 1 Yr. warranty. $1629. 486-
33MHz w/above items for $1979. Call 482-
4490.
COMPAQ 286 DESKPRO.VGA, 40 meg.,
$595.
NEC Multispeed. Laptop, backlit, $699.
Toshiba laptop with modem, HD, $999.
Warranty, dos, bonus printer included.
313/662-0148 or 313/570-1729, 24 hrs.

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Int. 250 MB, 9 MB/min, w/5 tapes. $650/best
offer. 769-9769, ask for Mike.

wOrUCY CLEI NC.- Computer broker
(313) 887-2600
Zenith port. SS286 1/20 $500
Mac II 1/60,5/40, 1800-4/100 1900
Too many to list.

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(Wednesday, February 5)
Entries close: Friday, January 31, 1992
11:004a.m. - 4:30 p.m. IMSB
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auditions for the 1992 season at KINGS ISLAND, Cincinnati, Ohio. A
variety of positions are available and a travel fee will be paid to
employees who must travel more than 250 miles to the park.

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