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MACKINAC ISLAND Resort Hotel seeking
staff - front desk, night audit, dining room,
kitchen, maintenance, security, and
housekeeing. Iroquois Hotel Winter office
2488 Village Dr. SE, Grand Rapids, MI
49506, 6161247-5675, 313/663-5971.
MODELS -rnt, trade, T.V., Assoc. Models
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tenns. Account executives needed to sell ad-
vertising for the Michigan Daily! Job
descriptions & applications are available in
the senior staff office, 420 Maynard. Ap-
plication deadline is Feb. 16.
NOW HIRING- Midnight shift, baking
ba~els or wholesale prep. Part/full-time. Will
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EJS WORDPROCESSING service.
Resumes, papers, dictation, and typing.
Please call Beth at 973-7220.
PHONE BILLS TOO HIGH?
Call for up to one hour any-
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CALL JETAWAY TRAVEL for spring
break. 9945921. 1317 South U.
CANCUN ROUND TRIP ticket for sale for
spring break. Departs Feb. 19 returns Feb 26.
$450 obo. Greg 994-8729.
HEAP TICKET to Ft. Myers, Florida Feb
19 - Feb 26. Call Tasha 764-3693.
LOW FARES- London from $398, Germany
from $398. Other low prices for Europe
available. Regency Travel 209 S. State 66-
SPRING BREAK RETREAT! Cozy,
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forest. Outdoor hot tub. $49-$69 nightly.
Reduced mid-week rate. Traverse City area.
Ellis Lake Resort 616/276-9502.
The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, February 16, 1994 - 7
North Korea will allow U.N.
inspection of nuclear sites
THE WASHINGTON POST
WASHINGTON - North Korea
has told the International Atomic En-
ergy Agency (IAEA) it will allow in-
spection of its seven declared nuclear
facilities, a move that may begin to
defuse a dispute over the country's
alleged pursuit of a nuclear arsenal.
The agency announced yesterday
that a North Korean diplomat had con-
veyed the promise to one of its top
inspection officials at its Vienna head-
quarters. The announcement followed
weeks of intensifying pressure from
the United States and Asian countries
to renew the inspections, which North
Korea suspended last February. But an
IAEA statement yesterday said North
Korea had accepted "the inspection
activities which have been requested"
North Korean capitulation to the
agency's original demands.
"The IAEA welcomes this new
development," the agency said, adding
that it was prepared to send an inspec-
tion team to North Korea's nuclear
complex at Yongbyon as soon as it
obtains the necessary visas -possibly
as early as this weekend. The inspec-
tion is expected to last two to three
North Korea made no public state-
ment about the inspection yesterday,
and members of its delegation to the
United Nations declined to comment
in New York. But in a statement last
weekend that officials said took on
new significance yesterday, North
Korea said the IAEA and the United
States had backed away in recent days
"comprehensive inspection" involving
highly intrusive procedures.
Some U.S. officials noted that
yesterday's pledge by North Korea
came a day before the 52nd birthday of
Kim Chong, a son of the North Korean
president and a key decision-maker on
many policies, including the country's
nuclear program. They speculated the
move may have been timed to coincide
with the birthday celebration, long re-
garded as a national holiday and a
moment for revealing policy shifts by
the country's isolated leadership.
But the North Korean regime also
had another reason for acting now,
according to other American officials.
IAEA Director Hans Blix was drafting
areport detailing his agency's inability
to verify that North Korea was not
illicitly making plutonium.
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INTRODUCING Student Wake-up Service.
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TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
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welcome. Call 973-7500 or be at 2004 Hog-
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W arp Mon.-Fri. Light delivery drivers
ACCOUNTING STUDENT for data entry
once per month. Call 769-9000.
Spend the summer in the
beautiful Catskill Mountains
of New York. Achieve a
challenging & rewarding
summer experience working
in a residential camp for
adults with physical &
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program leaders. All
students are encouraged to
apply. Season dates June 6-
ug. 24. Good salary, room &
board, & some travel allow-
ance. For more info. call 914-
434-2220 or write to Camp
Jened, P.O. Box 483, Rock
Hill, NY 12775.
NOW HIRING delivery drivers. Early AM
hours. Van provided. Will train. Start at
$5.25. Apply in person 1306 South
University, Bagel Factory.
PART-TIME office and community service
help needed, work study student preferred.
Interviewing now, 769-9000.
Rh NEGATIVE semen donors are needed
and will be paid $120 per acceptable
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SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
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student or professional 20-40 years of age we
need you. Donors will be paid $60 per ac-
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please write APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann
Arbor, MI 48106.
The Michigan Union is
looking for kitchen help.
Please apply in person.
530 S. State, rm 1310.
kitchen cleaners - prep - dish washers
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS CAN
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Stamos Family of Travel 663-4400.
STUDENTS A NY WHERE in the U.S. on
Continental fr. $159/$279. Bring your Con-
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Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO. 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons, repair, music.
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1 NEED 5 Minnesota Tix. John 764-8888.
at the seven sites, implying a complete from their longstanding insistence on a
Man pleads guilty to Florida murders
WANTED: 7 Purdue Tickets for March 6.
$$$ Top Dollar $$$
Call Paul @ 663-9762.
Glacier Park, Inc., the primary conces-
sionaire in Glacier National Park, will
be on camous tomorrow to introduce
our summer job opportunities.
If you are eager, dynamic and ready
to work as hard as you play, take
your chance to spend the best sum-
mer of your life in the mountains of
Stop by the Michigan Union,
room 1209 from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or call
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1 FEMALE SHARE Ige., 3 BR apt., Sept.-
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next to Bagel Fact. $275/mo. 764-8666.
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4-YEAR OLD, LOVING Mom and Dad in
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brother or sister. Close extended family in
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DO YOU THINK you might be a gay or
bisexual man? Do you need someone to talk
with? Coming out groups are now being for-
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assured. Please call 763-4186 for more
PREGNANT? Are you or someone you care
about pregnant and not in the position to be a
parent? Please help a loving couple be a
loving family. Call collect 810/360-0223.
PREGNANT? Not what you had planned.
Unsure what to do? Adoptive couple eagerly
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Drifter admits to
murder of students
LOS ANGELES TIMES
Louisiana drifter Danny Harold
Rolling surprised a Gainesville, Fla.,
courtroom by pleading guilty yester-
day to the 1990 mutilation murders of
five college students, heralding the
end of one of the most wrenching
chapters in Florida criminal history.
"I've been running from first one
thing and then another all my life,
whether from problems at home, or
with the law, or from myself," Roll-
ing told the court just before jury
selection for his murder trial was to
begin. "But there are some things that
youjust can't run from, and this being
one of those."
Circuit Judge Stan R. Morris ac-
cepted Rolling's guilty pleas to five
counts of murder and three counts
each of sexual battery and armed bur-
glary in the serial killings thattrauma-
tized Gainesville just as the Fall term
at the University of Florida got under
way 3 years ago.
Rolling has been in custody since
Sept. 7, 1990, about a week after the
last of the bodies was discovered,
when he was arrested for a supermar-
ket robbery in Ocala, Fla. But more
than a year went by before DNA
evidence taken from blood and semen
samples at the murder scenes linked
him to the crimes, and during that time
the north Florida college town was
haunted by the grisly slayings.
Although the pleading answered
the question of guilt, a jury will be
chosen today to decide if Rolling is to
die in Florida's electric chair. He has
already been sentenced to three life
terms in prison as an armed robber and
Attorney Rick Parker, Rolling's
public defender, said his client decided
three weeks ago to plead guilty to spare
the families of his victims a public
airing of the gruesome details of the
murders. "He thinks it is the right thing
to do," said Parker.
Still, the jury picked to recommend
Rolling's sentence is likely to hear
more than they wish about the brutal
killings of the four women and one
man. One of the female victims was
decapitated, three were raped and all
were stabbed several times. The bodies
of the four women were also posed,
investigators said, to shock whomever
Parker said that although Rolling
was competent to enter the guilty plea,
"he is and has been since before these
crimes mentally ill." Testimony from
experts about Rolling's mental state,
Parker said, "will be helpful in under-
standing how the same person can rape
and murder, then later regret these acts
and feel compassion for the living loved
ones surviving his violence."
Relatives of the victims, many of
whom were in the courtroom yester-
day, found that hard to take. "I have no
pity for this individual," said Mario
Taboada, whose brother Manuel died
at Rolling's hands. "This is a life form
Prosecutor Rod Smith said no deals
were made with Rolling in exchange
for his guilty pleas, and he vowed to
seek the death penalty. "We now know
who is the slayer of the students in
Gainesville," said Smith.
Parker said Rolling will fight to
avoid execution, and wants to testify
during the upcoming penalty phase of
The case against Rolling, which
included DNA evidence as well as state-
ments from a cellmate of Rolling, was
constructed by a multi-agency task force
which employed more than 200 inves-
tigators and spent more than $5 mil-
lion. Some 148 witnesses were sched-
uled to testify at the trial, which was
expected to last up to 10 weeks.
Rolling, who once shot his father, a
retired police officer, in the face during
an argument, is also a suspect in a triple
murder in his hometown of Shreve-
ALASKA SUMMER EMPLOYMENT
Fisheries. Many earn $2,000+/mo. in can-
neries or $3,000-$6000+/mo. on fishing
vessels. Many employers provide benefits.
No exp. necessaryl For more info, call: 1-
All PURPOSE OFFICE WORKER
NEEDED for mon., tues., wed., & or thurs.
mornings. Must have work study award. Call
ALL PURPOSE office worker needed for
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Hewlett Drive, North Woodmere, N.Y. 11581
CHEMISTRY! Full time undergraduate
research positions summer 1994 at Hope
College, Eolland, MI 49423. To a pply, wnte
call Dr. M. Silver 616/394-7630. Deadline
CHILDCARE for 2yr. old 15-20 hrs./wk., T,
W, Th afts. & early eves. Must be able to
work May-Aug. pref. start ASAP. Some light
housekeeping req. Experience, references &
car needed. Call 994-0949 am or 7:30-10 pm.
STUDENT NEEDED for boxing up lab sup-
plies and cleaning lab. approx. 15-20 hrs.
worth of work. Please contact Ginny at 764-
9922 for interview.
SUMMER JOBS ideal for students - con-
struction & retail store positions available.
Apply in person @ John Austin Pools, Inc.
9901 E. Grand River, Brighton.
Closed Wednesday and Sunday.
SUMMER POSITIONS/Intemships: Stu-
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IN. Get real experience running your own
business and earn $10,000 plus. Call immed.
THE COLORWORKS Collegiate Painters
is now interviewing college students for sum-
mer 94 management positions. A resume-
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To explore job opportunities avail. w[he
ColorWorks call 1-800/477-1001 & talk w/a
WANTED: 10-15 fun, outgoing, & aggres-
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on campus. No experience needed. We will
provide equipment & training. Must have
transportation. Call 994-4069.
WANTED: Gymnastics Instructors for girls
boys, & preschool developmental classes
Must be enthusiastic, have experience, &
have own transportation 971-1667.
Not going away?
Make $$$ during Spring Bteak!
Earn $6 per hour for phone/clerical work.
Flexible hours. Call Jon at 769-1665.
Part time work available all term long.
Located at 611 Church St. 2nd floor.
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If you have experience with Unix, Object-Oriented Programming,
C, C++ and relational databases, we want to hear from you!
We seek individuals with diverse academic and extracurricular
backgrounds, the communication and analytical skills to trans-
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motivated self-starters who function well under pressure, learn
quickly, and work well in teams.
Using cutting-edge computer hardware and software, our tech-
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amounts of information and analytical capability. We are looking
for individuals who will enable us to continue our technological
leadership in the securities industry.
We will be holding on-campus interviews through the Engineer-
ing Placement Office on Monday, March 28 and Tuesday, March
Please immediately fax or mail a cover letter and resume to:
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