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SPRING-SUMMER sublet. Available May-
August. 1-2 people for 1 bedroom in a 2
bedroom apt. Great central campus location.
Oakland & Hill, price negotiable. For info.
call Jessica @ 769-8346 or leave a message.
May! Spacious single in fully furnished apt.
Great central campus location! Price
negotiable. Call Nikki 616/387-1701.
SUBLET Large efficiency S. Forest.
umished, pets OK, rent negotiable. 769-
SUMMER SUBLET Own bdrm. & bath.
Private entrance. 2 blks. from Union. All util.
included. Call Holly at 662-1802. Leave a
TWO GREAT Sublets avail. for Spring/
Summer. Both are in houses and more than
one room avail. in each. Very clean, newly
renovated, new fum. D/W and W/D. Great
locations! Call 996-1659.
DIAL-A-JEWISH story 995-5959. A project
*romn the Chabad House.
Resumes - Theses - PhD - Law. 426-5217.
$135 Million unclaimed!
Scholarship matching guarenteed! Free info.
booklet, 24 hr. recording. 603/434-6015, ext.

Michigan Union
Food Service
has positions
for Waitstaff
and Student .
Managers at/
the Union. Call/
Charles Nelson
at 763-5789.
$9.50 to $15.00/hr. Paint
houses this summer. Detroit area
and other cities throughout Michigan.

Campus Corps Painters

housekeeping & occasional childcare
(toddler). Pay and time negotiable. North
campus area. Call 769-5156.
needed to care for 15 mo. twins in our home.
Own car, references required. 10-15 flexible
day hours. 663-6878 before 9.
Rh NEGATIVE semen donors are needed
and will be paid $120 per acceptable
specimen because of their rare blood type.
Write APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
SALAD DAYS is looking for energetic,
cheerful people w/restaurant exp. Call Kurt at
SECRETARY-TYPIST- Flexible evening
hours & competitive wages are available for
students with typing, filing, & phone answer-
ing experience. Call Nina at 764-2142. _
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.
interviewers. The U of M Survey Research
Center telephone facility is now recruiting
people with good communication skills and a
pleasant telephone manner to conduct social
science research telephone interviews. Some
typing ability needed, 20 hrs. per week,
nights and weekends. Start at $6/hr., $7/hr.
for Spanish speaking bi-linguals. 5 nights of
training. Apply in person March 2-March 16,
8 a.m. -430 p.m. at U of M, Institute for So-
cial Research, 426 Thompson St. For more
info. call 763-7339 for taped message. No
further calls accepted. An al Opportunity,
Affirmative Action Employer.
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.
THE COLORWORKS Collegiate Painters
is now interviewing college students for sum-
mer 94 management positions. A resume-
building job w/tremendous eaming potential.
To explore job opportunities avail. wf[he
ColorWorks call 1-800/477-1001 & talk w/a
campus representative.

JETAWAY TRAVEL welcomes students
back! Hope your trip was super & thanks!
LOW FARES- London from $398, Germany
from $398. Other low prices for Euro
available. Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-
SPRING BREAK retreat! Cozy, romantic
log cabin, on lake, surrounded by forest. Out-
door hot tub. $49-$69 nightly. Reduced mid-
week rate. Traverse City area. Ellis Lake
Resort 616/276-9502.
Europe '94 air sale
Stamos Family of Travel 663-4400.
Continental fr. $159/$279. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Diane at
Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons, repair, music.
Tune up & lesson specials. What's free?
PEARL JAM 3/19 small Detroit club. I
ticket. Best offer. 741-1173
WANTED 4-8 very good hockey tixs.
Michigan vs. Ferris State. Call Jane collect
ASAP at 312/408-3550. 9:15-4:30 P.M.
NEED 2 PENN ST. tickets - nonstudent. Call
Todd 994-3083.
WANTED 4-8 very good basketball tix.
Michigan vs. Purdue. Call Jane collect ASAP
at 312/408-3550. 9:15 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
NEED 4 NON-STUDENT b-ball tix for
Purdue, March 6. Please call 995-9693.
PEARL JAM tickets for sale. Best offer.
WANTED - 2 Pearl Jam Tickets. 517-529-
WICCA CLASS Mon or Wed., 7-10, Mar.
14/16-Apr 18/20. Aurora, 665-5550.
Fresh cut Maple wood. Call 313/562-5756
for details
FEMALE SHARE 1g. 2 bdrm. apt. Balc.,
pkng., ldry. $325 + elec. Call 973-7368.
FULLY FURNISHED bedroom in 2
bedroom apartment, $250/mo.+ electric, heat
included. Available March 1, 5 minute walk
to central campus. Call 998-1496.
smoker to share AA house w/single mother &
8 yr. old daughter. Toom, board & utils. in
exchange for am childcare. 998-0535.
NEEDED 1 FEMALE to share bedroom in 2
bedroom apt. Great central cam pus location
Oakland & Hill. For info. call Jessica or
Bridgette @ 769-8346 pr leave a message.
Non-smoker preferred.
female to share fabulous 2 bedroom bi-level
apartments with all the extras. Call CMB
Management 741-9300.
F ? ).& ENT.
FREE FREE FREE hot sauce and salsa taste
testing at Tios. Come in and try some of the
world's best and hottest sauces. Sunday
March 6, noon until 4 p.m. 333 E. Huron
Money? Career? 1-900-446-6995 Ext. 558.
4-YEAR OLD, LOVING Mom 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./legal/travel
paid. Please call Jessica or Bob at 1-800/864-
ADOPTION: LOVING, christian couple to
adopt new born. 1-800/850-0090.

RAHAT, Israel - Palestinian flags flew for the first
time in this sprawling Bedouin Arab village in the heart of
Israel's Negev region Monday. A bonfire of tires spewed
black smoke. Scrambling over the carcass of a burned-out
car, a group of youngsters paused in their play only to
throw rocks at strangers.
But for the fact that Rahat's residents are full-fledged
Israeli citizens, the scene was a replay of the intifada, or
Palestinian uprising, that exploded in the tense refugee
camps and towns of the occupied territories.
In the wake of the mass killing of Muslim worshipers
in Hebron, Israel's Arabs, a full one-fifth of the country's
population, have taken to the streets in widespread pro-
tests unmatched since the 1976 Land Day riots over govern-
ment confiscation of Arab land. They have been met by
police gunfire and tear gas.
"All during the intifada, we didn't really stay in con-
tact with Palestinians in the occupied territories. They
were fighting for their land and we live here, on Israeli
land," said Suleiman Grenawi, one of the little Bedouin
town's elders, fittingly dressed as a clan chieftain in a
gold-braided robe and spotless white Arab headdress.
"But unfortunately, this time, the Hebron massacre
shocked everyone's feelings. This barbaric act - it goes
beyond religion and nationality. We had to protest.
The murder of about 40 Palestinian worshipers by a
Jewish settler last Friday appears to have touched a deep

nerve in Israel's normally quiescent Arab minority.
Every day since the tragedy, they have marched in
protest and shared grief, expressing more openly than ever
their sense of kinship with Palestinians in the occupied
territories. Their anger also dredged to the surface long-
simmering frustrations over their own poverty and the
lack of government services for their towns. Unnerved by
the mass demonstrations inside the country, the Israeli
police have responded with a degree of force and massive
presence that has only intensified the Arabs' rage.
"They are demonstrating out of anger and sadness over
what happened in Hebron. They are also demonstrating
against a government policy (that) allowed the army to kill
Palestinians in demonstrations," said Abdul Wahab
Darawshe, a long-serving Israeli Arab parliamentarian
from central Israel.
He said the disturbances could escalate over the next
few weeks, especially if youngsters arrested in normally
placid towns like Jaffa and Nazareth are not released.
Israel's police minister, Moshe Shahal, Monday asked the
police commissioner to release all Palestinians arrested in
clashes in the aftermath of the massacre, in the territories
and Israel.
Each clash with police only heightens a long-sup-
pressed sense of injury about their status in Israel, added
Darawshe. Israel's own official statistics show the Arab
minority is much poorer on average than Israeli Jews and
get many fewer government services.

West Bank Massacre Aftershocks
Israeli Arabs protest mass
killings, face police guir

Continued from page 1.
Although Israeli leftists have ex-
pressed similar views in the past,
Aloni's remarks on national televi-
sion highlighted how the slayings have
thrustthe issue of Jewish settlements in
the occupied territories into greater
On a day marked by fewer clashes
between Israeli troops and Palestin-
ian youths, tensions remained high in

the occupied territories. Israeli radio
reported yesterday night that a settler
was shot dead near Nablus when his
car was mistakenly hit by fire from
Israeli troops.
The release of the 500 Palestinian
prisoners - the first phase of what
officials said would be the freeing of up
to 1,000 - had been planned weeks
ago as part of the Israeli-PLO peace
talks then taking place in Cairo, and
many of those freed were already
near the end of their sentences. All
were members of Palestinian groups

that support the peace process, and
none had been held in connection
with murder, officials said.
The PLO, which says there are
about 10,000 detained Palestinians,
called the release "cosmetic."
The Israeli government, which rou-
tinely detains Palestinians without trial
underspecial administrative measures,
sought yesterday to explain why it hash
been unable to do the same with ex-
tremist Jewish settlers well known for
inflammatory rhetoric and, at times.
anti-Arab violence.

CASH VOK C:ULthr . oUU,UUU grnts
available. No repayments, ever. Qualify
immediately. 1-800/243-2435.
EAR, NOSE, BELLY & other piercing.
Miami Moon Jewelery 209 Fourth Ave. 769-
Windows applications in your home. Term
papers and resumes. Call 461-4827.
THE WORDWRIGHT Papers, Resumes,
Dissertations, Editing. Call 662-8977.
TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
!! CRUISE AND TRAVEL employment
guide. Earn big $$$ + travel the world free
(Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii, and more!)
Hurry! Busy spring and summer seasons
rapidly approaching. Free student travel club
membership! Call (919) 929-4398 ext. 2.
$ 750/WK. Alaska Fisheries this summer.
Maritime Services. 1-208/860-0219.
AA ALASKA SUMMER employment. Join
the gold rush to Alaska's fisheries industry!
Earn $5,000/mo. in canneries, processors,
etc.! Male or Female. No experience
required. Room/Board/iTravel often provided!
Guaranteed Success! 919/929-4398 ext. Al.
Fisheries. Many earn $2,000+/mo. in can-
neries or $3,000-$6000+/mo. on fishing
vessels. Many employers provide benefits.
No exp. necessary! For more info, call: 1-
206/545-4155 ext.A5598.
ALL PURPOSE office worker needed for
Mon., Tues., Wed., &/or Thur. mornings.
Must have work study award. Call Linnea
ARE YOU LOOKING for ways to promote
understanding on campus? Become a
dialogue group facilitator: facilitate dialogue
between men/women, Christians/Jews, White
People/People of Color and others. The ap-
plication deadline has been extended to
March 4th. Call 936-1875 for info.
*BABYSITI'ER NEEDE Mon. 3:30-7pm,
Wed. 3:30-6pm, Sat. 8am-2pm. Own
transportation. Call Elayne 747-7333.
BABYSITTER NEEDED - with car, to pick
up 3-yr. old from pre-school 5:30 p.m. daily.
Call Patty 665-5892.
BABYSITTER WANTED ref., exp., car
needed. 7 month old & 3 year old. Flexible
hrs. $5-$6/hr. Wednesdays. 994-0164.
CAMP COUNSELORS - Outstanding Slim
Down Camps: Tennis, Dance, Slimnastics,
WSI, Athletics, Nutrition/Dietetics. Age 20+.
Seven Weeks. Camp Camelot on College
Campuses at Massacjusetts, Pennsylvania,
WCalifomia. Contact: Michele Friedman 947
Hewlett Drive, North Woodmere, N.Y. 11581
sister camp, Northeastern Pennsylvania. 6/
23-8/21/94. Counselors needed to live in
cabins with children ages 6-16 and teach at
specialty areas.
march 16th in "The Michigan Room" of the
Union. For more information, call 1-800/756-
CAMP or 516/889-3217 or write 12 Allevard
St., Lido Beach, NY 11561.
CRUISE LINE- Entry level on board posi-
tions avail., summer or yr.-rd. Great benefits,
free travel. (813) 229-5478.
DOMINO'S PIZZA now hiring friendly,
energetic people for the best p/t job in town.
Deliver/in-store specialists available. Can
earn $5-10/hr. including tips. Enjoy flexible
hrs. Must have good driving record and be at
least 18 yrs. of age. Call after 11 am 971-
0088 or stop by any Domino's store and ask
for manager.
DYNAMIC BUSINESS intenships. High
paying self motivating, marketing,
advertising, business inteships 1-800/899-
9675. Call Todd Slater.
home. All materials provided. Send SASE to
P.O. Box 395, Olathe, KS 66051.
EARN OVER $100/HR. processing our mail
at home. For info call 202-310-5958.
GREENPEACE JOBS. Promote/educate
global ecological sanity. Call 761-1996.
Make up to $2,000 - $4,000+/mo. teaching
basic conversational English abroad Japan,

The Michigan Daily is look-
ing for help in producing the
Classified Ad pages next
fall.You must be able to work
1.5 -2 hours per day (Mon-
day- Friday between the
hours of 12:30 - 3:00). Neat-
ness and attention to detail
is a must. No paste-up ex-
perience needed, but it is
helpful. Knowledge of Quark
or Pagemaker is also a plus.
You will be working with a
student run organization and
gaining valuble work experi-
ence. Monthly salary is $75.
Contact Susan or Mike
at 764-0556 for more
THE GREENING of Detroit seeks a person
with the following minimum qualifications:
B.A. degree or higher in liberal arts, business
or related field; proven skills in grant writing,
communications and/or public relations;
strong interest in environmental concerns
preferred. Would report to a Board of
Prominent Citizens. Competitive salary com-
mensurate w/accomplishments/exp.
EOE. Send resume to search committee
The Greening of Detroit
415 Bums Dr.
Detroit, MI 48214.
THE U-M Program on Intergroup Relations
and Conflict is looking for a Secretary (20
hrs./wk.) to perform general clerical assis-
tance and reconcile departmental budget
accounts. Call 936-1875 for more
VOLUNTEER AT SOS - Lend a hand in
helping with hunger and homelessness while
leaming valuable skills. Crisis counselors
food distribution aides, child care volunteers.
and housing aides are needed. Call 485-873C
for a volunteer packet.
Assault Prevention & Awareness Center
needs female and male students to lead
workshops on acquaintance rape and dating
violence, and female students, staff and
faculty to do phone counseling and outreach.
Applications available at L-107 West Quad
and due March 4. For more info. 763-5865.
People ofucolor, bisexuals, lesbians and gay
men encouraged to apply.
WORK STUDY 5-7 hrs./wk. Data entry &
filing forms. Prefer those w/experience using
MAC or IBM. 764-3471.
!!!!!!!Tax Season Specials!!!!!!!!
Any Federal and State return. Reg. $ students
half price w/ U of M I.D.

LIMITED OPENINGS available for per-
sons interested in working on sexual abuse
issues. Psychotherapist trained at Masters &
Johnson Sexual Trauma Program. For more
info call Tina M. Timm, MSW, 668-0235.
Student fees available.
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
awaits child. Call 810/641-3820.
Let us help you choose Life. 769-7283.
COME SEE the area's best selection of
Tropical fish & aquariums. The Fish Doctors!
Next to Putt-Putt on Washtenaw. 434-1030.

Department of Recreational

(Limited # of Teams)
Entry Deadline: Th 3/3
4:30 p.m.
IMSB Main Office
Tourney Dates: Sat & Sun 3/5 & 3/6
For Additional Information Contact IMSB 763-3562

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-
med to discuss these issues. Confidentiality
assured. Please call 763-4186 for more



Department of Recreational

Volleyball Officials
Pre-Season Tournament
Clinic Begins: Thursday 3/3
7:00 p.m.
For Additional Information Contact IMSB 763-3562



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