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The Michigan Daily - Monday, January 11, 1993- Page 7

Clinton left to face Republica

WASHINGTON (AP) - Ronald
Reagan marched into the White
House a dozen years ago with a
budget he said would erase the fed-
eral deficit by 1984 and proclaimed,
"There is nothing wrong with
America that we can't fix."
But last week, President Bush
- had to admit that the budget
President-elect Clinton inherits is
still badly broken, despite 12 years
of Reagan-Bush promises to elimi-
nate the red ink.
And while Democrats and
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Republicans hotly dispute who is to
blame, nobody contests that the gov-
ernment's finances are in big
trouble.
In his final look at the govern-
ment's fiscal house before leaving
office, Bush projected last week that
the budget shortfall will hit a record
$327 billion in fiscal 1993, which
ends Sept. 30. After dipping slightly,
he estimated that it will rise again to
$320 billion by 1998.
Democrats say Reagan's deep tax
cuts and military buildup were a

sure-fire recipe for huge deficits.
Democrats also cite the reluc-
tance by Reagan and Bush to seek
significant tax increases.
"The bully pulpit was being used
for 12 years to tell the American
people that the worst thing that
could happen to them, next to a nu-
clear war, was a tax increase, and
Reagan was never really sure which
was worse," Charles Schultze, chair
of President Carter's Council of
Economic Advisers, said Friday.
Conservative Republicans say

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TASP International is now hiring motivated
students to fill management positions this
summer. Join the #1 summer management
program while earning $8,000 - $10,000 and
building your resume. Positions are open
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information call 1-800-543-3792.

CHALLENGE YOURSELF TO TAKE
ACTION! Volunteers needed to participate
in 6 week dialogues between Blacks/Jews,
Men/Women, Blacks/Whites, or Lesbiansi
Gays/Bisexuals/Heterosexuals. CALL IGR at
936-1875. Applications due Jan. 22.-
CHILD CARE NEEDED before &/or after
school for bright, challenging 9 yr: old. (7 -
8:40 a.m., 3:45 - 7 p.m.). Reliable transpor-
tation w/ seat belts a must. No smoking.
Consistency, sense of humor, active involve-
ment are called for. Good pay. Call Melissa
(h) 663-4451 or (w) 741-5774. Leave
message.
COMPUTER AND NETWORK TECH-
NICIAN. Excellent knowledge of MAC, Ap-
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sing & Spreadsheeting. $6.50-7.15/hr. 764-
6208.
CRUISE SHIPS now hiring- Earn $2,000+/
mo. and world travel Holiday, Summer and
Career employment available. No experience
necessary. For employment program call 1-
206-634-0468 ext. C5598.
FUNDRAISER. We're looking for a top
fraternity, sorority or student organization
that would like to make $500- $1,500 for one
week marketing project right on campus.
Must be organized and hard working. Call
(800) 592-2121 ext. 308.
HANDYMAN NEEDED $8 hr. Must have
own tools. Approx. 10-15 hrs./wk. 973-2225.
INTERN FOR INVESTMENT AD-
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Flexible schedule, spreadsheet experience
necessary. Call 668-4040 for information.
LUNCH SHIFTS AVAILABLE- Stockwell
Dining Services. We have short lunch shifts
that may fit nicely into your busy schedule.
The pay is great and the hours flexible. Come
check us out or call 764-1194.
NCC WAITSTAFF WANTED. Catering
experience helpful. Call Sue at 764-2142.

SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well-es-
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between 21 - 40 years of age and a graduate
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48106.
SITTER NEEDED for two girls 10 and 8.
Fridays 3:30-5:30pm. Addnl. hours poss.
Must have own car. 747-9234 after 3:30.
STUDENT CUSTODIANS
Needed at Student Publications (Michigan
Daily, Michiganensian and the Gargoyle).
We are looking for individuals who are
enthusiastic, energetic and in good physical
condition. $5/hr. Must be available 8:15 am
to 12:15 pm at least two days a week. To
apply, call David Friedo at 764-0550 or stop
by Room 205 at 420 Maynard Street.
SUBJECTS NEEDED Male, right-handed,
native English speakers, normal vision, nor-
mal hearing for reaction time experiment in
cognition. Must.be available for 90 minutes,
3 consecutive days, same time each day.
Hourly pay + bonus. Call 936-2056.
SUBWAY- close to North Campus. Days/
nights, flexible hrs., free meals, 1701
Plymouth Rd. (next to videowatch).
US TRACERS IS CURRENTLY seeking
motivated students in the Ann Arbor area for
FT and PT independent work. Call 1-800-
886-6919.
WENDY'S IS NOW HIRING. Get the best
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Join America's quality restaurant team at
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part-time breakfast, lunch, evening & closing
shifts. We offer
* Competitive starting wage of up to
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* Free Meals and uniforms
* Performance & Wage reviews
* Friendly working environment
Stop by and fill out an application and see
how you can begin a rewarding and respon-
sible opportunity with America's leading res-
taurant team. Apply at University of
Michigan Union Wendy's.

WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT OR
VOLUNTEER at U of M's Pound House
Children's Center during Winter Term. Join
hundreds of past students in quality ex-
perience in working with young children. Lo-
cated at Hill and East University. Please call
764-2547 for more information or to arrange
a visit.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS WANTED
TO FILL 3 POSITIONS. Psychology
research. Learn coding, Macintosh programs,
follow-up techniques. $6.50/hr. Call 764-
8060 for interview with Ketd or Amy.
GOIN G.._.E
LOW FARES - Europe fr. $279, Orient fr
$769 Call Claudia or Dan @ Regency Travel,
209 S. State, 665-6122.
ROMANTIC X-SKI GETAWAY! Cozy log
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Traverse City area. Close to downhill. Gift
certificates available. Ellis Lake Resort. 616-
276-9502.
SKI SPRING BREAK in Park City, Utah.
Call Amy 996-2648 or Tami 665-1026.
SPRING BREAK Acapulco fr. $469,
Jamaica fr. $539, Cancun fr. $479, Puerto
Vallarta fr. $539. Call Dan, Regency Travel,
209 S. State 665-6122.
SPRING BREAK IN CANCUN AND
JAMAICA. For best prices call Jeff immed.
747-9332.
SPRING BREAK IN CANCUN. All price
ranges available. Best trip at UM year after
year. Call Mike 995-5704 Amy 996-2648.
SPRING BREAK, DAYTONA BEACH!
O.F. Hotels, Quad Occ. 7 full nights, R/T
charter bus, $159.50 pp. Room only $69.50
VIP. Card special deals, food & ent. Daytona
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SPRING BREAK 7 nights.
Daytona Beach $129.
Call CMI at 1-800-423-5264.
SPRINGBREAKERS
Promote our Florida Spring Break
packages. Earn MONEY and Free trips.
Campus Marketing. 800-423-5264.

n red ink
Bush lost his nerve and hurt the
economy by agreeing to raise taxes
in the 1990 budget deal
"They didn't keep the faith, they
didn't stay the course" said James
Miller, one of Reagan's budget di-
rectors and chair of the board of
Citizens for a Sound Economy, a
conservative pro-business group.
Bush administration officials
point their fingers at outside factors
like the Federal Reserve, which they
blamed for slowing the economy by
keeping interest rates too high.
LDS
GOINGPACES
STUDENTS ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.
on Continental fr. $129/$199. Bring your
Continental voucher and AMEX Card.
Anywhere in the U.S.A. on US Air fr. $129/
$189. Bring your US Air Voucher and Chase
Visa/Mastercard. Call Kristina or Wanda at
Regency Travel 209 S State 665-6122.
STUDENTS DESERVE THEM! Special
student and youth fares at Student Travel
Breaks-Stamos Family Travel. 663-4400.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO. 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons: pop, folk, blues.
Free lesson special. Not just guitars.
NEED 2 OR 4 TICKETS for Indiana b-ball
game. Call 665-5911.
NEED 3-5 TICKETS FOR B-BALL VS.
ILLINOIS. Call Eric 665-2411.
DOWNTOWN COMM. LOFT/GALLERY
SPACE. Daily rates, 209 N. Main St. 769-
6823.
3 FEMALES LOOKING FOR FOURTH.
Huge modern apt. Free ldry. 741-9574 or
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ENTIRE 3RD FLR of house avail. Jan.
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Hospital on bus rte. $307/mo. 663-8343.
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auditions for our 1993 season at Paramount's Kings Island in
Cincinnati, Ohio. A variety of positions are available including
singers, dancers, comic actors, instrumentalists, technicians, and
specialty acts of all types! Come join the fun!
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