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.

March 23, 1992 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1992-03-23

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

The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 23, 1992- Page7
p tt Neo-Nazis promote white supremacy
k \ Twenty neo-Nazis demonstrated outside the Ann Arbor YMCA Saturday afternoon to preach their white
t F'nt, x supremacist ideas. The S.S. Action group from Dearborn Heights has come here annually on the first Saturday of
spring since March 1982. Passers-by congregated on the other side of the police lines to respond to the protesters
I" chants with arguments and mockery.
.............................................
P 4
t''4.
t 'x,
2 9a 1n ; 'E ca x Y y"
rya {y ; r w h rc -'
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.3'.... . -44,4'' :..4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .n res' u
'4-, dt r
Ct d
. ' ^a.ne r +.a. . . . . .
alr E e e1' H r
rs ad e,: H t t >
....................................<'
* \ .. 24ajk 4 t.
..4'. .~ '....'. tV
*,t$4. Nr .; A t n 4
.i, 1. .. .~
Top Th ne-aiognzr Mr edih autsmmeso h .S cinGop sigtehn etr
)':4,' y + n il
that........t...... ..H................g...h........Reich.
TRight:' Jae Red a nnAbo esdnt ocsth roeteschns f"Wa d e atWit .wr
When d we wnt itNo.!.
+W* S ..N..A.4Y.' N 444r
~.4'.N'
th ts pp r e s of H te u ui n the Thrd rich."
Miciga turitsmay boost economy with mrore traveling

Associated Press
Tourism in Michigan picked up
in the last few months of 1991, ac-
cording to a travel index that an
economist says could indicate a
boost this year in the state's second-
largest industry.
Car travel in the state was up in
the third quarter of last year, proba-
bly because of lower gas prices, said
David Littmann, a senior economist

with Manufacturers Bank, N.A.
"People are doing more short-
term weekend and day turnaround
types of traveling; more economical
ways of experiencing tourism," said
Littmann, who compiles the bank's
quarterly Michigan Tourism Index.
In addition to car travel, the index
measures airline traffic, hotel occu-
pancy rates and Mackinac Bridge
crossings, recording boom years of

staggering growth in 1985 and 1986, Thunderbird hotel in Mackinaw City

he said.
The surge in car travel after two
years of stagnation in the state's $20
billion tourism industry is "very
typical of the index when the econ-
omy is soft but turning around,"
Littmann said.
If things are improving, Kelly
Weeks hasn't seen it yet. Weeks
manages the Best Western

and occasionally minds the store at
Anchor Inns on Old U.S. 31.
"'85 was a real good year and
then it kind of went downhill from
there," she said. "Now we're getting
reservations for this year. We're
hoping this year will be good."
Summer bookings are up 10 per-
cent at the Acme Beach Motel on
U.S. 31 in Grand Traverse County,

said owner Ed Thiel. The motel is
open from Memorial Day through
October.
Two years ago, things were slow
at the Best Western hotel in Holland.
Things have been picking up in re-
cent months, said Evelyn MacVane,
desk clerk and sales manager.
"We've done much better this
winter than last winter," MacVane
said. But she added: "On the whole,

the restaurant and bar have been
slow."
The economic pinch hasn't
reached the Marine Bay Lodge
Motel on Michigan 29 north of
Marine City, said Manager
Genevieve Shafer. "I should say -
not yet," she said.
"I'll have to wait until summer
starts to see what happens," Shafer
said.

I

CLAS SIFTED

ADS

a

PERSONAL

STUDENT SERVICES
I I i
SmallClsses.
Big Scores.
Score More With The Princeton Review.
Call 1313i 663-2163
for more information.
THE
PRINCETON
REVIEW
The Princeton Rrvmew a not afhared with the
E'ducanonal Testiog Sect cr Pnncen Umr.t

STUDENT SERVICES
***SANDI'S WORDPROCESSING***
Fast, reliable, near Campus. 426-5217.
BIG M TYPING- Term Papers,
Dissertations, Letters. Fast and reasonable.
996-1383.
RESUMES, APPLICATIONS, AND DIS-
SERTATIONS. 10% new customer
discount. 761-8842.

LSAT *GMAT e GRE - MCAT
Test Preparation
Graduate School Selection &
Application Assistance
Ann Arbor - 741-1699
We'll Make Sure You Make It.
HELP WANTED
$200 DAILY stuffing envelopes for major
corp. Free supplies. Rush LSASE to: USTB
Marketing, Dept. M218, P.O. Box 4203,
Bryan, TX 77805.
100,000 SUMMER JOBS OUTDOORS:
National Parks, forests, fire crews, ski resorts,
scenic lodges. Send SASE for free details:
Sullivan's, 113 E. Wyoming, Kalispell, MT,
59901.
30 SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE- Resort
near Lake Michigan. June 5 thru Labor Day.
Send SASE to: Mary C. Ott, Sunny Brook.
Resort, 68300 CR 388, South Haven, MI
49090. 616/637-4796.
ADDICTION TO CIGARETTE SMOK-
ING IS MORE POWERFUL THAN AD-
DICTION TO HEROIN. If you are an ex-
smoker and would like to help other students
quit, please call University Health Service at
763-1320. Ask for Janet Vielasko or Gen
Stewart.
ALASKA SUMMER EMPLOYMENT -
fisheries. Earn $5,000=/month. Free
transportation! Room & Board! Over 8,000
openings. No experience necessary. Male or
female. For employment call 1-206-545-
4155 ext. 1529.
ATTENTION: jugglers, clowns, &
caricaturists are needed for MICHIGRAS. a

HELP WANTED.
CAMP COUNSELORS- M/F. Outstanding
slim down camps: Tennis, dance, slimnastics,
WSI, athletics, nutrition/dietetics. Age 20+. 7
wks. CAMP CAMELOT ON COLLEGE
CAMPUSES AT MASS, PA, CALIF:
Contact: Michele Friedman 947 Hewlett Dr.,
No. Woodmere, N.Y. 11581, 1-800-421-
4321.
CAMPAIGN STAFF - If you are intelligent,
articulate, and interested in seeing our politi-
cal system work for the people we can offer
you political experience and career oppor-
tunities in progressive change. $300-450/
week, 1:30/10 p.m. Call the Michigan
Citizens Lobby for interview 663-6824.
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
INTERNSHIP: Training positions at
University of Chicago residential treatment
center for emotionally disturbed children and
adolescents. BA + some exp. required. Sum-
mer or permanent positions avail. Informa-
tional meeting Wed. March 25, 7:00 pm at
the Union Welker Rm.
COLLEGE GRADS WANTED for New
Business Company! Call 313/259-2126.
COUNSELORS
Prestigious co-ed Berkshires, MA summer
camp seeks skilled college Juniors, Seniors,
and Grads. WSI, Tennis, Sailing, Waterski,
Canoe, Athletics, Archery, Gymnastics,
Aerobics, Golf, Arts & Crafts, Photography,
Silver Jewelry, Musical Directors, Piano
Accompaniests, Science, Rocketry, Camping,
Video, Newspaper. Have a rewarding and
enjoyable summer! Salary plus room and
board. CALL Camp Taconic 1-800-762-
2820.
CRUISE LINE - Entry level. On board/
landside positions available, year-round or
summer. 612/643-4333.
EARN $5-7 PER HR. THIS SUMMER
WORKING OUTDOORS this summer in
your hometown area, in Troy, Royal Oak,
Ann Arbor, Romeo/Shelby Twp. Triple "A"
Student Painters is hiring students to fill
painter & foreman positions. EXPERIENCE
helpful, but not necessary. Call 1-800-543-
3792 for more Information.
EARN $6-$9/HR working right here in Ann
Arbor. COLLEGE PARTNERS is currently
filling painter and foreman positions for the
summer. Must be willing to work 40+ hours
per week. Experience helpful but not
necessary. CALL 769-4877.
EST. B'HAM AREA Asphalt Maintenance
Business for sale. Cust. list & equip. Great for
college student. 647-2616.
FRIENDSHIP, MONEY, & INSIGHT.
Earn $10 in 1-hour study of friendship'
among women. Learn about this ongoing
study of relationships done in the UM Psych.
Department. Call Danny McIntosh at 973-
0859 for more information. Women only.
GOLF COURSE HELP WANTED: Pro
Shop/Bar & Grill/Rangers. Apply on Satur-
days between 1:00 - 3:00. Brookside G.C.
6451 Ann Arbor - Saline Rd., Saline, MI.
(313) 429-4276.
INDIVIDUALS WANTED local ice cream
routes. Above average earnings. For more
information. Please call, 313/232-2002 or 1-
800-875-2227.
KTCHN. REMODELING CO. LOOKING
for door to door flyer dist. for surrounding
res. communities. $4.50/hr. Set your own hrs.
Req. own trans. & desire for outd. exercise.

HELP WANTED
RESEARCH ASSIT. position. avail. @ The
Dept. of Psychiatry. 30 to 40 hours a week,
$6 to $7, depending on experience. Must
have own transportation and willing to do
clerical type duties. Ideal for social science
graduate who likes to work independently.
Send resume to Dr. Gupta @ 0704 CFOB or
call 763-2544.
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 5'9" or taller we
need you. Donors will be paid $55 per ac-
ceptable specimen. For further information
please write P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, Mi.
48106.

STUDENTS WANTED- The University
Health Service's peer education programs
need students to educate students about
contraception, safer sex, drug abuse, or stress
management for 92/94 academic year. Gain
credit, public speaking experience. Men and
students of color are encouraged to apply.
Pick up application in Suite 209, Health Ser-
vice or come to an informational meeting on
March 24 at 7-8:30 p.m., Kuenzel Room,
Michigan Union. Info.? call 763-1320.
STUDENTS WANTED- The University
Health Service's peer education programs.
Need students to educate students about
contraception, safer sex, drug abuse, or stress
management for 92/93 academic year. Gain
credit, public speaking experience. Men and
students of color are encouraged to apply.
Pick up application in Suite 209, Health Ser-
vice or come to an informational meeting on
March 24 at 7-8:30 pm., Kuenzel Room,
Michigan Union. Info? Call 763-1320.
SUMMER GROUNDS & general
maintenance. Large housing development
seeking grounds & general maintenance
crews. Experience preferred. Positions start-
ing in Apr., May & June. Apply now at
Forest Hills Cooperative: 2351 Shadowwood
Ann Arbor E.O.E.
SUMMER GROUNDS SUPERVISOR.
Large housing development seeking person
experienced w/ grounds maintenance &
equipment. Must have previous exp. in
supervision, planning, & directing staff. Posi-
tion opening in Apr. Running to Nov. Apply
now at Forest Hills Cooperative. 2351
Shadowwood Dr. Ann Arbor. E.O.E.
SUMMER JOBS ACT NOW! Works Corp.
is seeking highly motivated university/col-
lege students to manage their own summer
businesses. If you are entrepenuerial, can
manage people, and are excited by a
challenge. Call 1800-238-3254.
SUMMER JOBS: Earn avg. $6000. Build
resume. Travel, gain exp. Call 677-4769
SUMMER MANAGEMENT POSITIONS
AVAILABLE TASP INTERNATIONAL is
looking for highly motivated college students
to fill management positions this summer.
Earn $6000-$8000 while building your
resume and gaining valuable business
experience. Territories are open across the

HELP WANTED
THE COLOR WORKS COLLEGIATE
PAINTERS Needs students to help operate
our painting business in the following areas
this summer: Troy, Rochester, St. Joe,
Muskegon, Farmington, Grand Rapids,
Kalamazoo, Midland, Holland, Battle Creek
& Toledo. Positions available in sales &
production mgt. Earn $5000 during summer.
Call 1-800-477-1001.
WE'RE LOOKING FOR A RESPON-
SIBLE PERSON to care for our 2 1/2 yr. old
in our home on M + W 3-7, Sat. 9-1. Min.
commitment May-Aug. Previous experience
& references necessary. 662-3062.
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.
PAPERS, ARTICLES, RESUMES.
Wordprocessing, editing, text formatting off
disk. Professional and helpful. 741-4475.
TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
GOING PLACES
CASH PAID! for your AIRLINE
MILEAGE AWARDS call Jim at 998-0518
today!
CHEAP AIRLINE TICKETS BY MTS!
E-Mail cheap tickets@um for info.
EUROPE SPECIALS London fr. $448,
Frankfurt fr. $498, Moscow fr. $760, Paris fr.
$464, Eurail pass $280. Purchase tickets by
3/31/92. Call Dan or Claudia-REGENCY
TRAVEL, 209 S. State St. 665-6122.
MUST SELL ONE WAY TKT. Detroit to
Newark 5/1 Very cheap! Call Kevin 761-
8894.
Juigle Safari Trek
e n
0 Why vacation in IW
Every-Day-Land
v when you can A
discovero
pEMOT IC e
E5 t1 '
- Special Student Rates $
c Groups now forming
for the Summer. a
o Call Art of Travel
313-996-0801 '0
Whi-t PoWder Beaches
ORIENT SPECIALS: Tokyo fr. $921,
Taipei fr. $1026, 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! AMEX card & Contintental
voucher. Ask for Irene or Ann at REGENCY
TRAVEL 209 S. State, 665-6122.

AFRICAN-AMERICAN woman script
writer needed for VAMP's Beat of Dis
Content. For more info. call 761-9748.
OPEN AUDITIONS! BEAT OF DIS CON-
TENT multi-media performance on racism.
For more audition info. Call 761-9748.
SELF TRANSPORTATION IN ORDI-
NARY LIFE. Eating the "I"-1st book show-
ing Gurdjiell. Work in Action. "Rare
Insider's Glimpse"- Yoga Journal. "Major
Step"-Charles Tart. After Ousponky's
Search-an important Gurdjiell writing-Miguel
Serrano. NOT SOLD IN BOOKSTORES.
6"x9" Notes, index, bib. 368 pgs. $22.95.
Arete, Box 58, Fairfax, CA 94978-058. Free
Brochure avail.
JURORS NEEDED FOR MOCK TRIALS
at the Law School: March 30, April 1, 2,7,8,
& 9. Sign up for one or more. Call 763-4319.
ROOMMATES
**FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for 2
bdrm. apt. near Law School. May lease,
$275/person + util. Ldry., pkng., furn., new
carpet and kitchen. Ellen at 677-1425.
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, HD,
$595, Laser Jet HP $600, IBM $750.
NECMultispeed. Laptop, backlit, $699.
Toshiba laptop with modem, HD, $999.
Compaq SLT 286 VGA laptop, HD, $1595.
Warranty, 662-0148 or 570-1729, 24 hrs.

TICKETS
WANTED: TWO U2 TICKETS. Detroit,
Toronto, Chicago, or Cleveland. Tom 662-
4073.
U2 TICKETS FOR SALE - Two in the
lower level. 998-1459.
PLANE TKT. 1-way, Detroit-Boston, May
6, 3 pm, $125, neg. Jeff 994-5485.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
EUROPE THIS SUMMER? Jet there
anytime for $169 from the East Coast, $229
from Midwest(when avail.)(reported in Let's
Go! & NY Times.) Airhitch. 212-864-2000

STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS AT
STAMOS TRAVEL
Best European/Greece airfares, 663-4400.
.ItA IEn I A 1A LI tn

I

I

I

i U EAU. wI A.TnnnW b ru Ic

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan