The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, February 2, 1994 7
76-0557 U.S. report finds
CAPITOL RECORDS is interested in Ann
Arbor. Call us! 1-800-FLD-MKTG.
COUNSELORS: Camp Wayne, brother/
sister camp, N.E. PA. 6/23-8/21/94. Coun-
selors for: Tennis, Swim, Waterskiing,
Sailing, All Sports, Self-Defense,
Gymnastics, Dance/Cheerleading, Aerobics,
Nature/Camping, Ropes, Piano, Guitar, Fine
Arts, Photography, Drama. Many other
tions. On Campus interviews, Mon., Feb.
from 12-5 p.m. in the Michigan Union
Crofoot Room. or more info., call 1-800-
756-CAMP or 516-889-3217 or write 12 Al-
levard St., Lido Beach, N.Y. 11561.
Attention 1994 Epansion
17 PT openings. Scholarships
avail. Training provided.
$8.25 to start. Call 677-5817
for more info.
* COUNSELORS, COACHES,
Camp Starlight has positions for outgoing,
enthusiastic Cabin Leaders & Instructors
(20+) in all Land & Water Sports, Tennis,
Gymnastics, Nature/Pioneering, Crafts,
Music, Dance, Stage Tech., Radio/Video at
leading coed camp in N.E. PA. Extensive
facilities, working with mature, congenial
staff. 6/20-8/19. Call 516/599-5239; Write:
Staroght, 18 Clinton St., Malverne, NY
11566. On campus, call Jackie: 996-1860.
DJ1' WANTED. No experience required.
E.O.E. Only call bet. 2:00 & 5:00 p.m. Mon.-
EX PTIONAL SUMMER OPPOR-
TUNITY .'Camp Wayne Boys, NE PA (3
hrs/NYC) - Sports oriented. Counselors/
Specialists for all Land/Water Sports, Out-
door Rec., Computers, A&C, Video, Radio.
amous interviews on Tucsday, February 15.
Write: 55 Channel Drive, Port Washington,
NY 11050-2216 or call 1-800-509-2267 or
GREAT TEACHING JOB Looking for
nedical students, PIID's or graduate students
:or teaching pre-med students. For info call
W0- GREEKS & CLUBS
Earn $50-$250 for yourself plus up to $500
for you club! This fundraiser costs nothing
and lasts one week. Call now and receive a
1-800/932-0528, Ext. 65.
,REENPEACE JOBS. Promote/educate
lobal ecological sanity. Call 761-1996.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
tablished infertility clinic. If you are a male
student or professional 20-40 years of age we
need you. Donors will be paid $60 per ac-
ceptable specimens. For further information
please write APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann
Arbor, MI 48106.
The Michigan Department of Public Health
for Health Promotion expects the possible
availability of position(s). These positions
vary in the previous professional experience
required. Duties may include large database
maintenance, knowledge of statistical
methods, appropriate analyses, and their
interpretation, sampling, survey
development, and the ahility to produce
written reports. Others could include the
requirement of in-depth knowledge of
epidemiological methods (particularly of
chronic diseases). Expertise in SPSS and
other database software is highly desirable.
Statisticians, biostatisticians, epidemiologists,
and others with rigorous training in statistics
are urged to call for further information. A
bachelor's degree with not less than 12
semester (or 18 term) credits in statistics
(these can be graduate level) is required. One
to two years of professional experience in the
systematic collection, compilation, and
interpretation of numerical data also are
required. For more information, call Paulette
Valliere, Ph.D, Center for Health Promotion,
MDPH at 517-335-8049 by Wed. Feb. 11,
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS, apply now.
Business Administration, Economics,
Accounting, Human Resources. 1-800-899-
SUPERVISOR for schoolage children in
after school program at childcare center- one
mile from cam pus. M-F 2:30-5:45. $7.00/hr.
If you are a playful, energetic, and respon-
sible leader please call us at 769-4403 or
leave a message at 769-4402. Summer work
TASP INTERNATIONAL is looking for
hard working, highly-motivated students to
fill management position with our firm par-
ticularly in Novi, Northville, Plymouth,
Canton, Dearborn, Grosse Pt. and Monroe.
Build your resume and gain valuable busi-
ness experience. Average income $8,000.
Base salary $3,000. For the summer of '94.
For more information, call 1-800-543-3792.
THE CANCER SOCIETY telemarketing
program is looking for callers Mon.-Thur. 6-
p.m. to recruit volunteers. $5/hr. 10 weeks.
Flexible hrs. No sales. Call 971-4300, 8:30-5.
THE COLORWORKS Collegiate Painters
is now interviewing college students for sum-
mer 94 management positions. A resume-
building job wtremendous earning potential.
To explore job opportunities avail. w The
ColorWorks call 1-800-477-1001 & talk w/a
TUTOR for Stats 402 wanted. Call Joe at
WANTED: Gymnastics Instructors for girls,
boys, & preschool developmental classes.
Must be enthusiastic, have experience, &
have own transportation 971-1667.
EARN $500 or more weekly stuffing
envelopes at home. Send long SASE to:
Country Living Shoppers, Dept. R42, P.O.
Box 1779, Denham Springs, LA 70727.
EJS WORDPROCESSING service.
Resumes, papers, dictation, and typing.
Please call Beth at 973-7220.
FREE CO. STOCK research & analysis for
limited time. $4 S&H per report. Rush co.
name(s) to: Jim Pang, 1927 Orrington Ave
#2208, Evanston, IL 60201.
***PARTY AND/OR RELAX*** Spring
Break! Most reliable company. Bahamas,
Cancun, Jamaica, Florida, S. Padre--You
won't find lower prices! Call Mike 996-1531.
BREAKERS! BOOK YOUR Spring Break
early & save big! Panama City from $99,
Jamaica $439, Cancun $439, Padre $289,
Daytona $79. Sell trips, Go free! Call EST 1-
CALL JETAWAY TRAVEL for spring
break. 994-5921. 1317 South U.
LOW FARES- London from $398, Germany
from $398. Other low rices for Europe
available. Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-
SKI SPRINGBREAK in Breckenridge,
Colorado. Call Amy 662-6978.
SOUTH PADRE Island, TX. Condo avail-
able Feb. 18th - 25th. $600 or best. 616/685-
5151, after 2:00.
SPRING BREAK 7 nights from $299 HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO. 302 E.
Includes: Air, Hotel, Transfers, Parties and Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons, repair, music.
More! NASSAU * PARADISE ISLAND * Tune up & lesson specials. What's free?
CANCUN * JAMAICA * SAN JUAN. - SOMETHIN' HOT DJ's
Organize a small group - Eam FREE trip plus Music as YOU like it : 751-5178.
commissions! l-800-GET-SUN-1. ..
B E A C H F L
FLORIDA PALMS RESORT
Package includes Free
Beer Parties, Club Discounts,
Optional Side Excursions &
Alf Taxes & Service Charges
PACE IS LIMITEDI
TICKETS FOR RUSH: at the Palace Mar.
22. Great floor seats!!!! Call 998-1527.
NEED 3 Indiana Nonstudent B-ball tix. Will
pay top $$! Call Bryan, 741-0653.
ONE-WAY TIX from Tampa to Detroit Feb.
24. Best offer call Marie 761-9079.
2 IU Student Tickets for sale. Call 769-2595
for info. Ask for Loren.
INDIANA TICKET for sale. Best offer! Call
WANTED: 3 IU B-BALL tix. Non-student.
FEMALE SHARE lg. 2 bdrm. apt. Balc.,
pkng.,ldry. $325+ elec. Call 973-7368.
NON-SMOKING female roommate needed
to share 2 bdrm., 10 minutes from campus.
$260 plus 1/2 utilities. Call 434-0583.
FREE FREE FREE hot sauce and salsa taste
testing at Tios. Come in and try some of the
world'sabest and hottest sauces. Sunday Feb.
6, noon until 4 p.m. 333 E. Huron 761-6650.
SPRING BREAKS GUARANTEED lowest
prices. Student Travel Services has
experience. Call Ira 662-6056 or Tom 741-
4448. Florida from $119, Cancun from $459,
Jamaica from $459.
SPRING BREAK Puerto Vallarta $559,
Cancun $539, Nassau $639, Paradise Island
$689, Ski Winter Park $599. Other dest.
ava~' . Dan 665-6122 @ Regency Travel 209
SPRING BREAK. Condos $129 Myrtle
Beach, SC. Sailboats $349 Miami, Key West,
Bahamas. Call (800)714-8687.
SPRING BREAK RETREAT! Cozy,
romantic log cabin, on lake, surrounded by
forest. Outdoor hot tub. $49-$69 nightly.
Reduced mid-week rate. Traverse City area.
Ellis Lake Resort 616-276-9502.
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS CAN
Europe '94 air sale
Stamos Family of Travel 663-4400.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental fr. $159/5279. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Diane at
Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
Look for it in the
(they really work!)
4-YEAR OLD, LOVING Morn and Dad in
Washington, D.C. area wish to adopt infant
brother or sister. Close extended family in
area. Let's help each other. Med./legalhravel
paid. Please call Jessica or Bob at 1-800-864-
DO YOU LIVE in Ann Arbor & work in the
Southfield area? We'd like to find a ride-
share & cut the cost of your commute. 994-
PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
Let us help you choose Life. 769-7283.
.85 . . . . . . . .
COME SEE the area's best selection of
Tropical fish & aquariums. The Fish Doctors!
Next to Putt-Putt on Washtenaw. 434-1030.
numbers of civilians were killed last
year in armed conflict from Europe to
Africa and the'Middle East, the State
Department said yesterday in its an-
nual human rights report.
The report also alleged govern-
ment abuse of power in dozens of
countries, citing political prisoners
in China perhaps numbering in the
The report, which covers events
in 1993, found that slavery still ex-
ists in some countries and that
women, particularly in South Asia,
suffer abuses on an appalling scale.
Of all the risks to individual
rights, it said, none posed a greater
threat than armed conflict.
"In Bosnia, Burundi, Somalia,
Iraq, Azerbaijan, Georgia and else-
where, armed conflict led to mas-
sive numbers of civilian deaths, refu-
gee flows and human rights abuses,"
according to the report.
No estimates were given, but
news accounts suggest the civilian
fatalities in such conflicts reached
the tens of thousands last year.
The report said Bosnian Serb
forces persisted in their practice of
"ethnic cleansing," including "lay-
ing siege to cities, indiscriminately
shelling civilian inhabitants, raping
and executing non-combatants and
interfering with humanitarian aid
Along with country-by-country
assessments, the report gave special
attention to what it characterized as
"rampant discrimination" against
"In many African countries, the
practice of female genital mutila-
tion continues," the report said. "In
Pakistan, many women in police
custody are subjected to sexual or
In terms of bilateral relations,
the most important of all the coun-
try reports was on China.
President Clinton has said sig-
nificant progress in the protection
of human rights in China must be
made by June if that nation is to
continue receiving the low tariff
rates enjoyed by most other coun-
China has said that trade and
rights issues should not be linked.
The report said China "took some
positive steps" last year, including
the release of some prominent po-
litical prisoners, but the overall as-
sessment was severe.
"In 1993, hundreds, perhaps
thousands, of political prisoners re-
mained under detention or in
prison," the report said. "Physical
abuse, including torture by police
and prison officials persisted, espe-
cially in the politically restive re-
gions with minority populations like
The report added that fundamen-
tal human rights provided for in the
Chinese constitution are frequently
ignored in practice, and challenges
to the Communist Party's political
authority are often dealt with harshly
It said the Chinese government
still has not provided a full or public
accounting of the thousands of per-
sons detained during the crackdown
on the pro-democracy movement in
1989, when millions took part in
demonstrations in defiance of the
Iraq and North Korea appeared
to be among the worst violators.
North Korea was called "one of
the most repressive countries of the
I THIS IS SPRING BREAK. THIS COULD BE You.
JACQUES COUNTER & bakery help. Part-
time or full-time. 7 a.m.-2 p.m. M-F. Ap-
plicant should be friendly, enthusiastic &
o oing. Please apply in person @ 715 N.
Univ. btwn. 7 a.m. & 2 p.m.
NOW HIRING for spring/summer & fall
erms. Account executives needed to sell ad-
'ertising for the Michigan Daily! Job
aescriptions & applications are available in
enior staff office, 420 Maynard. Ap-
'on deadline is Feb. 16.
OW HIRING- Midnight Bakers. Will train.
tart $5.25. Apply in person at the Bagel
Factory 1306 S. University
OFFICE ASSISTANT -Dependable person
perform light office duties for environ-
ental consulting finn. Full or part-time,
ake own schedule. $6.00/hour. Send
sume or letter to: 101 N. Main St., Suite
150-137, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. Attn: Laura.
RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS needed: heal-
thy males or females (postmenopausal or sur-
gically sterilized), ages 18-55, may qualify
fc edication research studies. Research
vnteers are paid for participation.
Interested? Call Liz or Ann at 313/996-7051,
Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Waer-Lambert/
Parke Davis Community Research Clinic,
2800 Plymouth Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
REWARDING SUMMER jobs. Firefighter,
tour guide, dude ranch, hotel staff, etc., &
volunteer and govemment positions at na-
tional parks. Fun work. Benefits & bonuses!
For details call: 206/545-4804 ext. N5598.
Rh NEGATIVE semen donors are needed
and will be paid $120 per acceptable
specimen because of their rare blood type.
S P.P.I. is looking for individuals who want
to ga-in management experience next
st'mmer. Earn $8,000-$10,000 per summer.
Positions available throughout the midwest.
Cdl 1-800-887-1960 ask for Jeff Griffith.
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