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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 16, 1994 - 7

.CLASSIFIED ADS

764-0557

STDENT ERigCE NEHELP AEDMNR
MINUTES FROM North Campus. Subway
A. is now accepng applications for current and
Achiee thespring and summer employment. Part time
LSAT score You undi/dinner shifts. Apply 1701 Plymouth
need wfithEXCEL .,MnexttLVdoac, atr 2.
MODELS , trade, T.V., Assoc. Models
Our Classes lm- 81W/8897
NEED extra money? Handyman wanted fall
prove Your Skills 1994 & spring 1995 for odd jobs in Ann
at making the Arbor. Call 313/562-5756.
AKey AnalCal PAID Theatre Position available for Director
t sand Playwright for social-issue theatre
Disti ns tha ttroupes sponsored by the University of
are required for MichiganHousing Division. Applications
Top Performanc Pick up at G-104 S. Quad, Central Mgmt.
Jniver sits of Michigan. Questions?
JuneLSA Casse;s Please call 747-Uies3525.

PAINTERS- EXPERIENCED
$9.50 to $15.00/hr. Paint
houses this summer. Detroit area
and other cities throughout Michigan.

Campus Corps Painters
1-800/536-355.

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$ 750/WK. Alaska Fisheries this summer.
Maritime Services. 1-208/860-0219.
$! FASTEST GROWING telecom co. in
US. High income potential excellent training
FT/PT/summer positions Ron 995-3327.
AA ALASKA SUMMER employment. Join
the gold rush to Alaska's fisheries industryl
Earn $5,000/mno. in canneries, processors,
etc.! Male or Female. No experience
required. Room/Board/Travel often provided!
Guaranteed Success! 919/929-4398 ext. Al.
AA CRUISE & "TRAVEL employment
guide. $$$ + FREE worldwide travel!
(Caribbean, Europe, Etc.!) Summer/Per-
manent avail. Guaranteed success! 919/929-
4398 eatci.
ALASKA CANNERY JOBS
Big $, big challenge, big experience. Call for
info. 1-800/41-NOMAD.
ATTENTION Psychology, Econ., and Busi-
ness majors! We're looking for six hard
working industrious students for a summer
workprogam.Earn $7000+- Call 995-1359.
BANDITO'S Mexican Restaurant. Hiring
kitchen help and waitstaff. Responsible hard
working persons only. Apply inm after
3:00pm. No phone calls. 216 S. Fourth Ave.
CAMP COUNSELORS - Outstanding Slim
Down Camps: Tennis, Dance, Slimnastics,
WSI, Athletics, Nutrition/Dietetics. Age 20+.
Seven Weeks. Camp Camelot on College
Campuses at Massachusetts, Pennsylvania,
California. Contact: Michele Friedman 947
Hewlett Drive, North Woodmere, N.Y. 11581
1-800/421-4321.
CARPENTER'S ASST. needed. Start
*imddly. Brian 994-5403 leave msg.
CHILD CARE NEEDED beginning sum-
mer 1994 for 1 year. 30-40 hrs./wk. caring
for a 2 1/2 year old and 6 year old. Exp.,
references, trans. necessary, non smoker.
Live in or out. Call eve. 663-3482.
CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRING - Earn up
to $2,000+/month working on Cruise Ships
or Land-Tour companies. World travel. Sum-
mer & Full-time employment available. No
experience necessary. For more information
call 1-206/634-0468 ext. C5598.
CUSTODIANS are needed for S pring and
Summer Semesters (beginning May 1) at
Student Publications (Michigan Daily,
Michiganensian yearbook and Gargoyle
humor magazine). We are looking for in-
dividuals who are in good physical condition,
and able to do cleaning and lifting. Students
familiar with general cleaning and who are
enthusiastic, energetic, reliable and punctual
will receive top consideration. Pay $5.75/hr.
Must be available 8:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. at
least two days a week. Apply now. Call 764-
0550 or stop by Room 210A, Student
Publications Buildig, 420 Maynard Street.
EARN CASH STUFFING envelopes at
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.

PAINTERS needed-Earn from $5-$7 per
hour. Have fun & work outside. Triple A"
Student Painters needs painters for Port
Huron & Birmingham-Boomfield area.
Call 1-800/543-3792.
PART TIME cleaning office bldgs. evengs.
Exp. & trans. necessary. 668-3319.
PART-TIME SPR. & full-time sum. for
loading and/or delivery of packaged ice. Call
or apply in person at Partytime Ice, Co. 1854
Cadillac Ave. Ypsilanti, MI 48198. 313/485-
0430.
CLASSIFIED rAl)
PRODUCTION
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
information.
PERSONAL BANKER. Republic Bank is
seeking responsible customer service orien-
ted individuals for its downtown Ann Arbor
office. The successful candidate will have a
bachelor's degree with some formal banking
training helpful. This full-time position offers
competitive salary plus incentives with an ex-
cellent benefit package. For consideration,
send your resume with a cover letter to:
Republic Bank Personnel Director, Re: PB-
AA 122 S. Main, Ann Arbor, MI 480104 or
fax 313/665-5095. EOE. No phone calls
please.
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT- Part-time
until 4/22. Full time 4/25-8/31. To assist Ann
Arbor photography co. w/ customer serv. Ex-
cellent problem solving & phone manner
needed. Call Ms. Kane at 663-1822.
Rh NEGATIVE semen donors are needed
and will be paid $120 per acceptable
inen because of their rare blood type.
rite APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, M
48106.
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.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS/care givers
needed for infant, toddler and preschool
program for winter, spring, summer terms.
Prefer availability between 11-1 pm. Other
times needed also. Please call 994-1150.
SUMMER JOBS to save the environment
earn $2500-$3500 & make a difference.
Campaign to save endangered species,
promote recycling & stop polluters. Work w/
national environmental groups Sierra Club,
Green Corps & the PIRGs. Positions in 28
states & D.C. Campus Interviews: March 16
& 17 Call Jamie: 1-800/75-EARTH.
SUMMER JOB Opportunities at Mackinac
Island Resort. All positions avail. Contact
616/538-5747
SUMMER RESIDENT COUNSELOR
POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Summer Discovery at Michigan, a pre-
college enrichment program for high-school
students is looking for energetic, Resident
Counselors for on-campus program June 22-
August 7. Program includes academics,
sports, evening activities and weekend
excursions. Staff accompany students day
and night. Remuneration includes salary,
room and board at Couzens Hall, and
activities. Must be 21 by June 20, 1994. On
campus interviews in early April. For
application and further information call
SUMMER DISCOVERY at 1-800/645-6611,
and mention this ad.
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS

The University of Michigan, Survey
Research Center Telephone Facility, is now
recruiting people with good communications
skills to conduct social science research
interviews. Some typing ability is needed due
to our use of computer-assisted telephone
interviewing. Must be available to work 20
hours a week, mostly nights and weekends.
Pay starts at $6 per hour. Pay starts at $7 per
hour for Spanish bilingual interviewers
whose language skills meet our
qualifications. Attendance is required at a 5
night training. Compensations for training is
available after interviewing begins. Apply in
person, weekdays, March 14 - March 22,
8:00 p.m. -4:30p.m., at the University of

AWA ACCOUNTING 769.3031
1!!!1!Tax Season Specialsl!!!!!!!
Any Federal and State retur. Reg. $ students
half price w/ U of M I.D.
EJS WORDPROCESSING service.
Resumes, papers, dictation, and typing.
Please call Beth at 973-7220.
HOUSESITTER AVAILABLE Profes-
sional (RN/auto exec.), reliable, middle age
couple. Lifelong Ann Arbor residents. From
April/May 94 for a minimum of 9 months.
Phone 4849429 weekdays, 313/475-1827
evenings & weekends.
JETAWAY TRAVEL welcomes students
backl Hope your trip was super & thanks
LOW FARES- London from $398, Germany
from $398. Other low prices for Europe
available. Regency Travel 209 S. State 665
6122.
ROMANTIC SPRING Hideaway! Cozy log
cabins on lake. $49-$69 nightly, includes hoi
tub, boats, canoes, and more Traverse City
Ellis Lake Resort, 616276-9502.
SCHOOL'S ALMOST over. Plan your
getaway with Jetaway. 994-5921.
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS CAN
OFFER
Europe '94 air sale
Stamos Family of Travel 663-4400.
STUDENT TRAVELLERS
Call now and save the best prices available
for Railpasses and Discount Airfare!
INTERNATIONAL BACKPACKERS
UNION 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday I -
800313-PACK.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental fr. $159/$279. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Diane at
Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
TOUR CZECH Rep. this summer w/ Czech
cit. & UM Sr. 668-2686 or MTS M.
Warwick.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO. 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons, repair, music.
Tune up & lesson specials. What's free?
PEARL JAM TIXS. Best offer. 810/524-
1829.
2 PINK FLOYD TIX Lower bowl seats.
Best offer. Call 998-0069 leave message.
PEARL JAM Tix. Chrysler Arena. Best
offer! 741-1385.
PINK FLOYD Tix July 15 best seats 741-
4928.
BILLY JOEL Tix. March 21, fourth row
floor!!! Call 996-0135.
ANNQUNOEMENT
WICCA CLASS Mon. or Wed., 7-10, Mar.
14/16-Apr 18/20. Aurora, 665-5550.
ARE YOU CONCERNED that your social
security number is on your student ID? Have
you had problems with it? If so, please call
Noceeba 663-4931, or Cheryl 747-8592.This
is a student project.
SENIORS, JUNIORS & SOPHOMORES
Rhodes/Marshall Scholarship
Information Meeting
Wed. March 16 7pm9pm
Anderson Rm., Michigan Union
Information on Rhodes, Marshall, Churchill,
Truman, Goldwater. Hear from UM's Rhodes
& Marshall winners for '94. Information,
conversation, refreshments.
LAW STUDENT looking for non-smoking
housemate(s) in newly furnished house: big-
screen TV, prkg., Idry., piano, alarm sys. No
pts.Sept-Sept. $350 single, $200 double.
ROOMMATES WANTED. Male and
female to share fabulous 2 bedroom bi-level
apartments with all the extras. Call CMB
Management 74-9300.
TIOS SELLS TRINIDAD Habenerd sauce.
Winner 3 years in a row as the best hot sauce
in North America. 333 E. Huron.
.~PERSQINAL.
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/ravel
paid. Please call Jessica or Bob at 1-800/864-
8385.
ADOPTION: LOVING, christian couple to
adopt new born. 1-800/850-0090.
AREA GUY is forming an organizaton for
like-minded guys over 21 who are interested
in extending men's fashion options to include
all choices now available to women. Be-
havior and dress will be professional at all
times. This is a group for rights and self-
expression. It is not for gays or bi-sexuals.
Contact Jim. 810/473-0046.

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.
PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
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.
Mihia
Alumn
work here:
The Wall Street Journal
The New York Times
The Washington Post
The Detroit Free Press
The Detroit News
NBC Sports
Associated Press
United Press Integrn tional
Scientific American Time
Newsweek

Clinton deflects Whitewater
woes in New Hampshire jaunt

THE WASHINGTON POST
FORT DRUM, N.Y. - President
Clinton returned to the nostalgic cam-
paign locale of New Hampshire and a
familiar presidential ritual of welcom-
ing home the troops as he tried once
again to turn attention away from
Whitewater and other problems plagu-
ing the administration.
After seeing two of his top officials
resign in recent days and others troop
before a federal grand jury, Clinton got
something ofa morale boost yesterday,
with a 21-gun salute as he arrived at
this Army base and a campaign-style
swing through the state that sent him on
his way to the presidency.
Clinton held atown meeting, toured
a factory and strolled through a town
square in New Hampshire, astatewhere
he weathered some of the most diffi-
cult moments of the campaign but
emerged the self-proclaimed "Come-
back Kid." Then he went on to this base
in upstate New York to welcome home
-- for the second time - soldiers
returning from Somalia.
Clinton on Monday night had railed
against Republicans as a "party com-
mitted to the politics of personal de-
struction," pounding the lectern with
his fist. But yesterday, he denied that

that he had been angry.
"I was happy. What I said last night
- I was not angry. I was determined,"
Clinton said. "That was a deliberate -
I wanted to tell those people how I felt.
And I'm very happy being here today.
This is America, this is where they are."
Like other presidents, Clinton likes
to emphasize the gulf between "Wash-
ington," and "America." The latter,
Clinton went to great lengths yesterday
to explain, is a place that cares far more
about the health care crisis and creating
jobs than it does about the inside-the-
Beltway intricacies of Whitewater.
Coming over to agroup of reporters
as he shook hands after the town meet-
ing in Nashua, Clinton waved a snap-
shot ofayoung boy. "This is America,"
he said. "Let me show you something.
Look at this. This is what people care
about. Here's a child with a pre-
existing condition. He can't get health
insurance....That's where America is
- with these people."
The questioners at the Elm Street
Junior High School in Nashua-largely
Democrats, though the meeting was an
open one - wanted to know about
details of Clinton's health plan, how
the national service program will work,
and what his job training proposal en-

tails. Their sole interest in Whitewater
seemed to be to encourage the presi-
dent not to let it get him down.
"Whitewater is for canoeing and
rafting." said Nashua resident Betty
Windberg said. "Shame on those who
would detract and distract from the
important work you're doing with uni-
versal health coverage and jobs."
Clinton folded his arms across his
chest, tilted his head back, and roared.
"I'm arecovering Republican," said
another woman. "We made you the
comeback kid a few years ago, and we
hope to send that message from this
town meeting to Mr. Dole and his
friends in the media, that we're very
focused....We're concerned withjobs
and health care."
"You're on the right track," said
another man. "Don't let the people on
the other side of the aisle give you all
that rhetoric. They're all running for
office and you're going to come out on
top in the long run."
For his own part, Clinton told the
audience pointedly that "this" - the
town meeting - "is the way I think
public life ought to be conducted... so
different from the tenor and tone of
political debate and discusison in the
nation's capital."

Dean B. Joseph White
Invites you to a
Dean's Seminar
to hear

Mr.

Woo Choong Kim

Chairman and Founder
Daewoo Group
present
"The I i leHand
of Corp r Growth"
Thursday, March 17,.1994
4:00 PM * Hale Auditorium " Business School
Questions, Answers and Reception to follow

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f

WANT TF A
~CAEERN
'PEP N O

Obtain a cutting
edge over the
competition with
experience as an
EXECUIN
for the
Aichigan Daily
Classifieds.
Pick up applicatiorn at
420 Maynard. Due
Mar. 25. Questions?
Call 764-0557.
INTERESTED in Advertising? Are you
looking for ex rience in business or creative
advertising? en the Michigan Daily Clas-
sifieds wants you! We're lookinj for fun-
loving, enthusiastic, and creative Individuals
to apply for Assistant Account Executive
positions for Fall 1994. Training to begin this
emester. Pick up ap lications at 420
W aynard. Questions? 764-0557. Ap-
plications due Friday, Mar. 25 @ 4:00.

G .TIO4
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University Healt

1993-94 Peer Education Programs
Thank You For
Making A Difference!,
University Health Service
would like to recognize and
th Servic thank the following students
1 for their participation in
Gloria Aponte providing other students with
Mary Broderick important health information
Amy Curtis
JJ Daubenmier on stress & time management,
Becky Gatman alcohol & other drugs, safer
Thriy sex, healthy & disordered

ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG
Telaekah Brooks
Julie Chang
Irene Hsu
Mary Janevic
Cathy Lahti
Eunice Lee
Mia Morse
Melissa Peet
Brett Penfil
Amy Van Wormer
Jennifer Danielson
STRESS & TM
MANAGEMENT
Sharon Barbour
Deniz Colak
Michelle Edwards
Julie Fairbank
Michelle Haag
Lisa Kaufman
Tama Rittberg
Alissa Strauss
Amy White
cazdinat*""
Deanna Mitchell

Abigail Hunter
Jackie Kaufman
Sarah Khorran
Shari Melman
Jennifer Cordova-Overman
Elizabeth Ralston
Rebecca Riseman
John Rybock
Monya Schmidt
Jessica Shill
Hal Smith
Jeffery Zoellner
Merav Barr
Ronnie Sharir

eating and contraceptive
education.

CONTRACEPTIVE EDUCATION
Celeste Bondon
Julie Eisenstein
Tom Eckert
Blair Feldman
Candyce Greene
Jennifer Kammeraad
Sumita Kaul
Andrew Kleiman
Rebecca Lamparelli
Donal McCarthy
Michelle Ober
Angela Steele
Laurie Stein
Rebecca Stern
Nicole Ury
Brandon VanWormer
Valerie Voss
Jill Wallace
Anne Young

INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT -
Make up to $2,000 - $4,000+/mo. teaching
basic conversational English abroad. Japan,
Taiwan, and S. Korea. Many employers
provide room & board + other benefits. No
teaching background or Asian languages
required. For more information call: 206/632-
1146 ext. J5598.

BODY IMAGE, HEALTHY &
DISORDERED EATING
Ali Hambright
Pradnya Parulekar
Netta Shaked
Julie Desai
Cheryl Nordstrom
Jeff Rinna

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