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CLASSIFIED ADS

764-0557

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THINKING OF
SUBLETTING YOUR
PLACE THIS
SUMMER?
Place an ad in
our Summer Sublet
Supplement today!
ON LY $30
4 .-
Deadline:March 16
Published on March 24
Just fill out the rough copy
form on the classifieds page
420 Maynard
Student Pub. Bldg.
764-0557

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$40 PER HOUR STARTING !
Needed open minded men & women
for exotic maid service.
Conducting interviews in Ann Arbor
Weekend of 3/20. Call 313-454-1306.
30 SUMMER JOBS AVAIL. Resort near
Lake Michigan. June 5-Labor Day. Send self-
add. stamped env. to : Mary C. Ott, Sunny
Brook Resort, 68300 CR 388, South Haven,
MI 49090. (616) 637-4796.
SUMMER JOBS TO SAVE
THE ENVIRONMENT
EARN $2500-3500
AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE
National Campaign positions to
protect endangered species,
promote comprehensive
recycling, and clean the
nation's polluted waterways.
Available in 22 states and D.C.
Campus inlvws.: 3/17 and 3/18.
all Jamie toll free:
1 -800-75-EARTH.

NEED EXTRA CASH?
Campus reps needed. Sell electronics
& CDs for major distributor.
Call (800)-394-2331.
NEED PROF. MINDED grad. students
seeking full/part time in an international co.
Mkt. Exp. preferred. Call 480-0158.
OFFICE JOB: Flexible, part time, $5/hr.
Dental Consultants, 1925 Pauline. Call 665-
2020.
ON - CAMPUS MARKETING
Representative. Mailorder company seeks in-
novative/entrepreneurial individual. Very
high commission based pay. Call 212/533-
0497.
POSTER PLACER-RESP. IND. to place
pstrs. in stores. Motivatd. Car. PT flex. $7/hr.
+ bonus/gas. Alex 1-800-783-8424.
PUBLIC RELATIONS TRAINEE
Stop reading...here it is!
Are you an enthusistic individual looking for
a career opportunity with a fast growing,
major corporation? If you are willing to work
and learn, neat appearing, and can get by on
$17,100 to $25,900 your first year while in
training, there is a real chance for
advancement. If you consider yourself good
in dealing with people both in person and
over the phone, and have a good image, you
owe it to yourself to look into this position.
Career minded persons only. For appt. call
665-1192 Mon. thru Wed. 10 am to 2 pm.
RESIDENT MANAGER
Position currently available at a campus area
apt. building. Responsibilities include
cleaning, grounds work and leasing.
Compensation is in the form of a partial rent
credit. Apply in person at Wilson White Co.
Inc. 608 Packard Suite 2 Ann Arbor, MI.
EOE

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ADOPTION AS YOUR CHOICE can fill a
void in our lives. Let's help each other
through this difficult time. Our warm home
and loving hearts are waiting for the chance.
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Sorry I missed you at Fat Tuesday's in
Cancun. It would be great to hear from you.
Kathy, Toronto 416-971-7296.
DISCOVER MOSHIACH TODAY. Dial 1-
800-4-moshiach. Dial-a-Jewish story 995-
5959.
ERIC'S ACTION SPORTS- Team
uniforms & shoes for all indoor sports. 2
blocks off State Street. Call 663-6771.

ABLE/DISABLED-WOMAN WRITER
seeks dependable, strong woman to assist
with meals, personal care. Some driving.
Thurs.-Sun. Cat lover. Central campus. Call
eves., 662-2734.
ALASKA SUMMER EMPLOYMENT -
fisheries. Earn $600+/week in canneries or
$4000+/month on fishing boats. Free
transportation! Room & board! Over 8,000
openings. No experience necessary. Male or
Female. For employment program call 1-
206-545-4155 ext. A5598.
ATTENTION STUDENTS: Summer Jobs.
Student Sprinklers is accepting apps. for
summer mgmt. positions. Earn up to 10k sel-
ling & installing Toro underground sprinkler
sys. Managers needed throughout MI, OH,
IN, & ILL. 663-8613 for info.
CAMP COUNSELORS M/F Outstanding
Slim down camps: Tennis, dance,
Slimnastics, WSI, athletics, nutrition/dietics.
Age 20+ 7 weeks. Camp Camelot on College
Campuses at MA, PA, CA. Contact: Michele
Friedman 947 Hewlett Drive, North
Woodmere, N.Y. 11581 1-800-421-4321.
COOK WANTED 10-20 hrs./wk. Apply at
Scorekeepers, 310 Maynard St.
COUNSELORS
Prestigious co-ed Berkshires, MA summer
camp seeks skilled college juniors, seniors,
and grads. WSI, tennis, sailing, waterski,
canoe, athletics, rollerblading, archery,
gymnastics, aerobics, golf, arts and crafts,
photography, silver jewelry, musical
directors, piano accompanists, science,
rocketry, camping, video, newspaper. Have a
rewarding and enjoyable summer! Salary
plus room and board. Call...
Camp Taconic: 800-762-2820.
EARN 100'S DAILY mailing circulars at
home PIT. Info: Desktop Ventures. Write 736
Packard Ste #102-A, A2, MI 48104.
HILLEL INTERNSHIP
Are you interested in Jewish communal
service? Hillel is currently interviewing for a
full time, paid internship for the '93-94
academic yr. For more info. Call Hillel at
769-0500.
INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT-
Make $2000+ per month teaching basic con-
versational English abraod. Japan and
Taiwan. Many provide room & board +other
benefits. No previous training or teaching
certificate required. For program call 1-206-
632-1146. ext. J5598.
LOOKING FOR STUDENT TO PUB. the
INsider Magazine on campus & to' manage
local concert series. We finance start-up
costs. Earn top income ($5-$30/hr.) & gain
valuable exp. Great for mktng. or advertising
majors. Call (708) 673-3458.

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PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
Let us help you choose life. 769-7283.

TIOS SELLS MICHIGAN'S FINEST
Mexican style food and the world's hottest
sauces. 333 E. Huron, 761-6650.
***SANDPS WORDPROCESSING***
Reports, resumes, dissertations. 426-5217.

Small Classes.
Big Scores.
Score More With The Princeton Review.
Call (3133 663=2163
for more information.
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.GiNG.PLACE..
EUROPE! Lowest airfares w/student travel
breaks, rail passes & youth tours. Stamos
Travel Kerrytown Mall 663-4400.
LOW FARES - Europe fr. $448, Eurorail
Flexipass from $298, Orient fr. $769 Call_
Claudia or Dan @ Regency Travel, 209 S.
State, 665-6122.
SLOVAKIA/POLAND summer trips led by
local students. Hike in the scenic Tatras, visit
a Gypsy village, explore castles and medieval
towns, meet Slovaks and Poles. Call 800-
666-JOIN.
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 Wanda at Regency
Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
SUNNY SPRING GETWAY! Cuddly log
cabins on lake. $49-69 nightly. Incl. hottub,
boats, canoes, and more. Traverse City area
Ellis Lake Resort 616-276-9502.
M ISCELLAN EO
HEADING for EUROPE this summer Jet
there anytime for only $169 from East Coast,
$229 from Midwest (when avail.) w/
AIRHITCH! (Reported in Let's Go! & NY
Times.) AIRHITCH (r) 212-864-2000.
ORDER YOUR FBI/CIA/IRS/DEAN/NSA
files! Send name, birth date, ssn, $19.95:
Bluetree, Box 4177M, Mtn. View, CA
94040.
PROFESSIONAL NON-SMOKING
COUPLE seeks to house-sit or sublet Ann
Arbor house May 1 to Sept. I or longer. 886-
8257.
SIX WEEKS TO GO til summer and still no
job?! Interviews. today at Campus Inn Hotel
Regency Ballroom 1, 3, 6. Need pen and
paper. Be 5 min. early.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO. 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons: pop, folk, blues.
Free lesson special. Not just guitars.
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OOMMATES.....
LOOKING FOR ONE non-smoking female
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on Church. Call Lisa 930-0575.
ROOMMATE NEEDED TO SHARE
Luxurious 2 bdrm., I 1/2 bath apt. Call 741-
9300.
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roomie too! Move in now. Rent neg! 668-
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by Kenneth Dancyger
Daily Faculty Reporter
Concerned teaching assistants
(TAs) will have a final chance to
cast their ballots today, and
determine whether a strike is an
appropriate action to take if the
Graduate Employees Organization
(GEO) and the University do not
reach a contract agreement soon.
GEO Bargaining Committee
Chair Jon Curtiss said several de-
partments did not receive their
strike-authorization ballots until late
last week. Members who did not
have the chance to vote - for or
against a strike - will have the op-
portunity to do so in the Fishbowl
from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. today.
A "yes" vote will give GEO's
Steering Committee the power to
call a strike if it feels that option is
necessary, Curtiss said.
The union decided to distribute
strike-authorization ballots to its
members after more than five

final talks today
TAs given chance to vote on strike option

Abortion gag rule
still binds Macomb

months of negotiations with the
University.
Today marks the last day TAs are
covered under their current contract,
which was originally set to expire
Feb. 1. The contract has since been
extended twice by the University -
first to March 7 and again until
today.
At their final bargaining session
this evening, GEO and the
University will attempt to settle their
financial differences and sign a new
contract.
If a settlement is not reached by
midnight tonight, the University can
extend the TA contract to allow for
further negotiations, or the two par-
ties can call for third party mediation
- as outlined in the contract.
If the contract is left to expire,
the TA union can continue to negoti-
ate or take whatever actions the
members and the GEO Steering
Committee deem necessary.

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MACKINAC ISLAND resort hotel seeking
staff-front desk, night audit, kitchen, dining
room, maintenance, bike mechanic. Contact
Iroquois Hotel, 2488 Village Dr. SE, Grand
Rapids, MI. 49506. (616)247-5675 or
(313)663-5971.
MAKE $6735 THIS SUMMER! Work out
west! Build your resume. Interviewing today!
Mon 3/15 1, 3, 6pm Campus Inn/be early.

SALES INTERNSHIP Earn over $1OK in 3
muo. Only 5 positions avail. for motivated
students. Call Alex to apply 665-5168.
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.
SUMMER HELP WANTED: Make $5-7/
hr. working in your own hometown. 30-40
hrs./wk. working outside w/ friends for ex-
terior painting contractor. Painting exp. a
plus, but willing to train. Call 1-800-543-
3792. for more info.
SUMMER JOBS! Campus Concepts will be
recruiting on campus for summer interns.
Details at information session March 15,
Business College, Payton Accounting Center,
Room 1016 at 5:00 p.m.
GREAT MONEY -
GREAT EXPERIENCE!
U-M OUTDOOR REC. CENTER
managers for sp. and su. Interest/exp. with
outdoor activities/equip, preferred. For more
information call 763-4560.
WANTED: Subjects for a psychology ex-
periment on perception at UM. The experi-
ment takes 3 hrs. and pays $15. To qualify,
must be right-handed, have vision correctable
to 20/20, and be a native English speaker.
Call 763-4215.
WORK STUDY, conference planning
assistant. Institute for the Humanities. Macin-
tosh skills. Betsy Nisbet. 763-4463.
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IMMIGRATION LAW All areas of im-
migration law with emphasis in non-im-
migrant work visas (including F, H, & J),
business, family and labor certifications. Ste.
200, Ann Arbor, MI 48104-1323 Call (313)
769-9191.

LANSING (AP) - Few agencies
balked at complying with the end of
a federal rule that had barred
federally-funded family planning
clinics from mentioning abortion to
pregnant women, a state official
said.
But Terri Wright of the Michigan
Department of Public Health said at
least one county - Macomb - has
yet to reinstate mention of abortion
as an option for pregnant women.
"How does that jeopardize or not
jeopardize the funds - that's the
question," said Wright, chief of the
Bureau of Child and Family
Services.
Wright said Macomb County of-
ficials notified the department that it
was not complying with President
Clinton's order lifting the ban on
mentioning abortion at federally
funded clinics.
The department is awaiting word
from the federal government on how
to proceed, Wright said Thursday.
Former President Bush had is-
sued the ban, but it was never fully
implemented because of court chal-
lenges.
Macomb County imposed its own
ban barring discussion of abortion as
an option and so far has not lifted it.
"I'm not allowed to mention the
'A' word," said Dan Lafferty,
Macomb County director of public
health.
Opposition to mentioning abor-
tion is overblown, he said, because
the clinic would do little more than
list abortion as an option and dis-
tribute a list of clinics that perform
the procedure.
One county commissioner has
written both the Clinton administra-
tion and the state asking if the
county can continue to receive fed-
eral funds if it refuses to allow men-
tion of abortion at its family plan-
ning clinics. At stake is about
$300,000.

"The family planning program is
an extremely valuable program. To
eliminate those dollars just so you
couldn't discuss the options I think
would be a serious mistake," said
Bill Sowerby.
The commissioner who pushed
for the ban two years ago defended
its legality.
"Government should not be in-
volved in doing what private indus-
try already does. There are 17 differ-
ent abortion clinics in the Yellow
Pages they can call," said Nicolyn
Brandenburg.
Brandenburg said money not
spent on telling women that they can
abort their pregnancies is better
spent on immunizations and other
health services.
Carol King, executive director of
the Michigan Abortion Rights
Action League, contended the
Macomb County ban violates federal
law.
"It's outrageous. It's absolutely
outrageous and frankly it should not
be tolerated," she said.
"I'm always astonished at the
willingness of elected officials to
spend taxpayer dollars on frivolous
matters, defending laws and policies
that are clearly illegal. There are so
many real problems in Macomb
County. It's outrageous to me that
they would willingly adopt a posi-
tion or a policy that is unconstitu-
tional, that won't stand up, that is
contrary to the president's executive
order."
A lobbyist for Right to Life of
Michigan contended agencies are
free to refuse to mention abortion.
Ed Rivet said original legislation
setting up the Title 10 family plan-
ning program said funds were not to
be used to promote abortion.
"Any county or health program
who decides that they're not going to
discuss abortion are going to be fol-
lowing the spirit and the letter of the
law most accurately," he said.

MAC'S WORD PROCESSING & Resume
Services. Days, eves, wknds, urgent also
done. Pick up/drop off. 482-5000.
TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.

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