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KATHY'S WORD PROCESSING * typing AREA MILLIONAIRE LOOKING for 5 NANNY NEEDED to care for 2 year old in SUMMER HELP NEEDED. Full-time cleri-
* editing : Dissertations, papers, applications, entrepreneurs interested in making serious our home in North East Ann Arbor. 3-4 days/ cal & data entry positions avail. for May &
transcription. 662-8977. money. Call 517/342-9753, 24 hours. week. Own car. Excellent pay. Call 936-6266 June at small photography company. Day,
LOFT REMOVAL. Quick and cheap. Nice ATTENTION NURSING STUDENTS! pager no. 2667. night, & weekend shifts avail. Call677-3400.

guys, too. Gregg or Andrew. 998-1925.

PROFESSIONAL RESUMES
High quality, low cost. Laser-printed.
Student discount. Rose Publications,
810/476-5630.

LSAT Classes start:
Tue., May 2nd &e
Wed., May 3rd
996-1500
Test Preparation
1100 South University
RESUME CREATION
Career counseling
CareerPath. 313/434-0376.
TYPING & WRITING
Resumes, cover letters, applications &
essays. Ann Arbor Typing 994-5515.
WRITE ON...Editing of theses, books,
journals, manuscripts, proposals,
coursepack s. 996-0566.
YOGA CLASSES 6 Tues. evenings starting
April 18. 761-6520.

$1750 WEEKLY possible mailing our
circulars. No experience required! Begin
now. For info call 202/298-9065.

$500/WEEK
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
PLACING ALL MAJORS
CALL 971-1133.

*** PART-TIME, full-time & temporary
help wanted. Union Bookstore sales help.
Call 995-8877 or stop in ground floor at the
Union.
***ATTENTION SENIORS***
*DO NOT SETTLE*
If you are still searching for a job and do not
like what you've been offered, find out why
Merrill Lynch, IBM, Microsoft, P & G and
hundreds of other top companies want
graduates with our summer training
experience. Our professional placement
service placed 95% of our graduates in their
fields in 1994.
Students that are successful will either be
placed or promoted to stay within our
company. Interviews by appointment only.
Resume necessary. Must be willing to
relocate. Grads accepted into our training
proram will average making $9,500 before
bg placed. Contact Nancy Wright at the
Southwestern Company, 668-3101 for
further information.
**ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS. Look-
ing for responsible, goal-oriented people to
joun our team. Line cooks and prep cooks.
Minimum 2 yr. experience. -Positive attitude
required. Raises based on merit. Waitstaff, 1
yr. experience w/ some alcohol service
referred. Outgoing and enthusiasm required.
Excellent benefit available. Permanent
schedule. Apply in person. Mon.-Fri. be-
tween 2 and 4 p.m. Max & Erma's, 445
Eisenhower.
A-I LAWN CARE
Work w/ Ann Arbor's largest lawn service.
Now hiring reliable people. Starting pay $6/
hr. 40-45 hrs./wk. Neat in appearance, prefer
if can work through Fall. Call 663-3343 be-
tween 9 - 3.
AA CRUISE SHIPS HIRING! Earn big $+
free world travel (Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii,
etc.) Summer/permanent, no exp. nec. Guide.
919/929-4398 ext. C 1014.
ABLE CHILD CARE needed. 20 + hours/
wk. 3 & 7 yr. old. Annual salary & vacation.
Live-in possible. 663-3482.

Reliable and caring Home Health Aides
needed to work in elderly clients homes. Ex-
perience preferred. Flexible hours. Own
transportation and phone required. Cases
available in all parts of Washtenaw County.
Dexter and Chelsea areas included! Apply in
person at Individualized Home Care, 3003
Washtenaw, Suite #5, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
BABYSITTER WANTED for little boy
Mon. 3-6. Also occasional babysitting for
other children some days, eves., wknds. Call
Karen @ 995-7223, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
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 Wookmere, N.Y.
11581. 800/4214321.
CAMP COUNSELORS
Day camp in Chicago Northern suburbs seek
21 year old driver, as well as group leaders
who enjoy kids. Excellent pay! Discovery
Day Camp 800/659-4332,708/367-CAMP.
CAMP TACONIC: Prestigious coed Mas-
sachusetts camp hiring motivated, team-
oriented undergrads and grads. Live with
kids and instruct in: Swimming, Waterskiing,
Sailing, Windsurfing, Tennis, Team/In-
dividual Sports, Rollerbading/Hockey,
Archery, Golf, Fitness, Ropes/Camping, Sil-
ver Jewelry, Arts/Crafts, Photography,
Newspaper, Video, Musical Theatre, Dance,
Science/Rocketry. Rewarding, enjoyable
work! 800/762-2820.
CHILD CARE ages 6-12 in our home. Must
have car/references. 15-25 hrs./week. 663-
0496 evenings.
CHILD CARE/HOUSEKEEPING in our
northeast Ann Arbor home. 25-30 hrs./week,
own car preferable. 995-0882 6-9 p.m.
CHILD CARE full-time temporary position
starting as soon as possible through August.
For 2 children ages 4 & 8 in ourgnortheast
Ann Arbor home. 712-8062.
CHILD CARE NEEDED for 5 yr. old in my
home 3-4 days/wk. 4:30 - 9:30 approx. Must
have own transportation & references. Call
Lori at 4856159 a.m.
COLLEGE MALE to assist musician Mom
with child care for 3 boys, ages 13, 10 and 7.
Part-time afternoons (4:00 on) and weekends.
ASAP. Ypsilanti. Own transportation. $6 per
hour. 434-2891.
COME WORK IN AN exciting & fast
paced environment. Part & full-time posi-
tions available at the Domino's Pizza World
headquarters store. Flexible hours available
in a friendly, team atmosphere. Meal al-
lowances & free health care membership. Ex-
cellent opportunity for advancement. Call
930-3630 during business hours.
COMPUTER JOBS
Is looking for a job harder than you thought?
Forget the hassles. Let us do the work so you
can work tomorrow. High pay for excellent
software skills in Desktop Publishing,
Graphics, Presentations, and Word Process-
ing on Mac or Windows.
CALL TODAY 1800/MAC-TEMPS
CRUISE SHIPS HIRING - Earn up to
$2,000+/month. World travel. Seasonal &
full-time positions. No exp. necessary. For
info. call 1-206/634-0468 ext. C55987.
ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITY.
Growing business needs campus managers.
Gain experience in sales, marketing. Advan-
cement possible. Info.:
DEL4@CORNELL.EDU
FLEXIBLE AND OR full-time hours for un-
armed property protection assigned to
campus. Paid training. Outstanding advance-
ment possibilities.
State Security Services Inc.
525 Church St. Rm. 1021
Ann Arbor, 48109
668-0447.
E.O.E.
FREE FINANCIAL AID! Over $6 billion in
private sector grants & scholarships is now
available. All students are eligible regardless
of grades, income, or parent's income. Let us
help. Call Student Financial Services: 1-800/
263-6495 ext. F55987.
FREE STUDIO APT. in exchange for child
care. Part-time May, June. Full-time summer.
Fem. n-smkr. pref. 971-3081.
FULL-TIME ANIMAL Husbandry work
available immediately. Contact Linda at 764-
0277.
FUN SUMMER JOBS!
Willoway Day Camp is seeking creative &
talented students living in Bloomfield,
Farmington, Brighton, Birmingham, Novi, &
Northville for General Counselors, WSI's,
A&C spec. from 6/19-8/18. Call 810/932-
2123 or write P.O. Box 250933, W.
Bloomfield, 48325.
GREAT SUMMER JOBS! Bakers & crew
leaders needed. Flex. hrs. in positive/fun
working environment. Full/part-time avail.
Good $ with bonus potential. Must have
quality attitude. See Rob: Schlotzsky's Deli,
2365 Jackson. 663-4211.
GROUNDS PERSON. We do more than cut

grass and so can you. Must have experience
with all types of equipment and grounds
maintenance procedures. Pay is $6 per hour
and based on experience. Apply at Forest
Hills C rative, 2351 Shadowood Dr., Ann
Arbor, Mon., .Tues., & Thur. 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
EOE
HELP WANTED-Spring/Summer/Fall.
Fixing up old farmhouse. Cleaning out and
cleaning up boxes, furniture, rooms, closets.
Painting. Misc. Part-time, flexible hours.
663-7081.
HELP WANTED U-M Catering/NCC.
Graduation weekend, Fri. Ar 28 & Sat. Apr.
29, 1995. $8-$0 per hr. Petey at 763-
0352.
HOUSECLEANING, etc. 3 hrs./wk. Spr./
sum. & next year. Start $7/hr. 668-8818.
HOUSEKEEPING- Laundry, vacuuming,
other household chores, walking distance to
campus, references, start ASAP. $8.50/hr., 10
hrs./wk. Call after 5:30 p.m., 662-7169.
HURON LAWN SERVICE Inc. is now
hiring for summer. $6/hr. Please call for
details. 663-9144.
INTERESTED IN working with children?
Be a day camp counselor. Male students,
teachers. Program is child-centered, non-
competitive. Transportation prcvided,
Chicago & northern suburbs. 708/537-9700,
Circle M Day Camp, Wheeling, IL 60090.
INTERESTED IN guaranteed study space
f-V1911na- a- - ..A-1 -

NURSE AIDES
$6.90 - 7.15 per hour
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT
Full & part-time positions available on all
shifts. For more information call Whitehall-
Novi Convalescent Home, 43455 West 10
Mile at 810/349-2640 or Whitehall-Ann
Arbor Convalescent Home, 3370 Morgan
Road at 313/971-4433.
OFFICE ASSISTANT-- Student needed for
mailing list preparation on database; 10-20
hours per week May through June; $6.25 per
hour, Work Study welcome but not required.
Call Student Publications, 936-7883.
OFFICE PERSON! Part-time,
underclassman, Mac. skills. 761-7204.
PAINTERS & FOREMAN: $6-8/hr. Call
College Pro Painters at 1-800/346-4649.
PAINTERS NEEDED. $6-7/hr. Areas
needed: Clinton Township, Grosse Pointe,
Warren & others in area. Matt 764-2799.
Work for Building a
Sane, Humane, Ecological
World
Canvassing Jobs
Call Chuck at
(313) 761-1996
PART-TIME summer help. Yard work,
carpets, misc. Transport needed. 761-3261
eves.
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN position for
Pharmacy student. Full-time summer, part-
time school year. The Prescription Shop, 423
E. Washington. 662-3143.
POSITIONS AVAILABLE NOW!
Full and part time positions.
Temporary and temporary-to-permanent.
*Secretaries
*Word Processors
*Receptionists
*Assembly
*Packaging
*Maintenance
Apply:
Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m. and 1:30-3:30 p.m.
5060 Jackson Ave.
Independence Plaza 3A, Ann Arbor.
Bring your social security card and driver
license.
Performance Personnel
668-6933.
PRACTICE REPRESENTATIVE
MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST
FULL-TIME/PART-TIME positions
available in our Ann Arbor office. We are a
leader in Medical Billing, and we are looking
for those who are dedicated, meticulous and
quick thinking. Excellent communication &
business writing skills along with a
knowledge of human anatomy a must.
Knowledge of Medical Billing & Coding
helpful but not necessary (willing to train the
right person). WE OFFER GREAT PAY ($91
hr. minimum) AND EXCELLENT
BENEFITS - WHAT CAN YOU OFFER?
We're only a 10 minute bus ride from the
Campus. Interested: fax your resume to 313/
677-7407 or send to PMG, Personnel
Coordinator, POB 1108, Ann Arbor 48106.
EOE.
RECYCLE! Work Study. Program asst. to
promote campus recycling. Good
communication, research skills, computer
literacy. Interest in environmental education
a plus. Start in May! Call U-M Waste
Management at 763-5539 for application.
SALAD DAYS: looking for energetic
hardworking help. Full-time, part-time
delivery. Apply: corner of State & William.
SCHOOL'S OUT...FOR SUMMER
ARE YOU LOOKING FORWARD TO
IT?
or
DO YOU HAVE THE SAME OLD
BORING SUMMER JOB WITH LOW
PAY?
If this sounds familiar and you are looking
for a change, wanting to do something
different, read on...Our summer internship
gives students a chance to break out of their
comfort zone. Travel to a new part of the
country. Meet exciting new people. Explore
the "real world" through our business traimng
program. Make $2,360 per month. If you are
independent, adventurous, and ready to be

challenged, call 971-8063 and leave your
name and #. A company representative will
contact you with more details.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an es-
tablished infertility clinic. Male students or
graduates 20-40 yrs. old are sought. Donors
are paid $60 per acceptable donation. Write,
APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED, Rh negative.
For this blood type, $120 is paid per accept-
able donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box 2674,
Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
READ
CLAS S
SOCCER ASSISTANTS needed. APR. 26-
june 17. Wed. 5-6 and/or Sat. 9-10. $12 per
session. For info. call 741-1239.
SPEND YOUR SUMMER on Put-In-Bay Is

SUMMER JOBS
COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME
Receptionist/Word Processors (and software)
data entry/file clerks/customer service.
General labor (all shifts available). We offer
weekly pay, top salaries, flexible schedules,
referral bonuses and holiday pay.
Call today for location nearest you!!
1-800701-3777.
Livonia, Southfield, Taylor, Auburn Hills.
Snelling Personnel Services.
SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE
- Painting in the Troy area
- $6-$9 an hour
- No experience necessary
- Call Sam
Office: 800/899-9675
Home: 517-439-4205
SUMMER PAINTERS & foremen needed.
Eam $$$ for books & beer, get a great tan!!
Earn $3-5,000. No exp. needeed. Call AAA
Student Painters 800/5433792.
SUMMER POSITIONS Student Sprinklers
now has openings in MI, OH, IN. Get real ex-
perience running your own business and earn
$10,000 plus. Must have own car. Call
immediately. 800/265-7691.
TEACHER NEEDED for Pre-school. Full-
time or p art-time in the a.m. or p.m. Min.
through Sept. 1. $68/hr. 996-4847.
TELEMARKETERS NEEDED to work
evenings. Hourly wage + commission. Call
Denise at 480-9943.
THE PERFECT JOB this summer, Profes-
sional courier company is looking for part-
time bicycle couriers and messengers to serve
the University and downtown Ann Arbor.
Excellent commission based pay and flexible
hours. Call 971-3616, for more info.
THE PERFECT SUMMER job. Painters
needed A2 /Ypsi. $ 6-8/hr. 1-800/477-1001.
WAREHOUSE- Applications being acce
ted at the Video Watch location at 1480
Washtenaw and 3280 Washenaw Resumes
also being accepted by mail at Video Watch,
836 Phoenix Dr., Ann Arbor, 48108 or by
fax, 313/677-2589, Attn: Warehouse
Manager.
WORK ALL SUMMER long.
Excellent pay-$6 to $10/hr.
Jobs in the following areas:
Canton, Ann Arbor, Adrian
Plymouth, Saline, Tecumseh
Belleville, Manchester
Hudson, Ypsilanti, Brighton
Jackson
Norrell Temporary Service
Call 313-677-1888 immediately for details.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC credit, volunteer
or with a work study grant at U-M's Pound
House Children's Center during Spring and
Fall Terms. Join hundreds of past students in
a quality experience in working with young
children. Located at Hill and East University.
Please call 764-2547 for more information or
to arrange a visit.
WORK-STUDY ONLY needed Spring/
Summer. $6/hr. Apply at Acad. Advising/
Central Files Office. First flr. Angell Hall.
1 WAY TIX. to NY for sale. 5/195 or after.
Best offer. Call 998-0869.
2 R.E.M. TIX - June 6 concert @ Palace,
lower bowl. Call Jason 996-2621 now!
DO EUROPE
$229 anytimel
* Cheap fares worldwide *
Call for free info. package.
airhitch@netcom.com
AIRHITCH 1-800/326-2009.
EUROPE $199 one way. Carribean/Mexico
$189 roundtrip. If you can beat these prices
start your own air-line. Air-Tech Ltd. 212/
219-7000. Info@aerotech.com.
LOVELY SPRING GETAWAY. Romantic
log cabins on lake. $49-$69 nightly. Incl. hot
tub, boats, canoes, more. Traverse City area.
616/276-9502.
LOW AIRFARES WORLDWIDE and
Euro-passes. Regency Travel 209 S. State.
665-3406.
LOW FARES TO EUROPE* ASIA *
AUSTRALIA * AFRICA * SOUTH
AMERICA
Call STAMOS TRAVEL in Kerrytown,
downtown Ann Arbor, 407 N. Fifth Ave.,
Ann Arbor, MI at 663-4400. Special U-M
line 663-5500.
R.E.M. - MAIN FLOOR - lower and upper
bowl tickets available. Call 662-0387.
R.E.M. TIX at the Palace. 2 seats/$100. Call
201/466-8458 days. 908/283-3254 night. Ask
for Tony or Patty.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Kelly at
Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.
WANTED: 2 PENN STATE game tix. Call
collect 719/495-3212 or leave message & I
will return your call.

PROTEST THE UM'S non-academic. Code
of conduct. Rally on Thurs. at noon in the
Diag. March to Regents' Plaza to let the
regents know that the Code should be sacked.
Info.: sac.exec@umich.edu.
AD
WRTE
RECCLEi
TIOS SELLS TRINIDAD Habenero sauce.
Winner, three years in a row as the best hot
sauce in North Amenca 333 E. Huron.
We Deliver? 761-6650.

IF YOU ARE plagued by loneliness and
isolation and have a difficult time with per-
sonal relationships, perhaps a therapy group
will help orient you in the right direction.
Men & women, maximum of 7. Free initial
interview confidential. The Counseling Cen-
ter 761-7204.
PASSOVER SEDER DINNER at Chabad.
715 Hill. Fri.-Sat. April 14-15 8:30 p.m. For
reservations, call 995-3276.
PROTEST THE UM'S non-academic Code
of conduct. Rally on Thurs. at noon in the
Diag. March to Regents' Plaza to let the
regents know that the Code should be sacked.
Info.: sac.exec@umich.edu.
TO THE DAILY CLASSIFIED STAFF:
Thanks for a wonderful year of dedication
and enthusiasm. I will miss you all this
summer! Nancy.

CODE
Continued from page 1 I
"I haven't made a decision y
Newman said yesterday. "I wa
hear what people have to say.""
Newman said she will be meeting
separately with Hartford and MSA
President Flint Wainess to hear the
each side's views.
Anne Marie Ellison, chair of the
MSA Students' Rights Commission,
said SAC will try to inform these new
regents of the code's problems.
"We will be in the meetings trying
to persuade the administration That
this regulation is a truly flawed docu-
ment, one that's really not functional
or right," she said.
Duderstadt said there will always
be some student opposition to apy
University action.
"This is a campus of 37,000 stl
dents, and I'm sure that in any cam-
pus of 37,000, there will be some who
are unhappy," Duderstadt said 1f
has been through quite a consentu
building process. We try to be atte*
tive to what people's concerns a
and respond the best that we can."'-
Regent Laurence Deitch (t-
Bloomfield Hills), who voted last
April to keep the policy in an intern
state, said he does not know how be
will vote. "I haven't made up
mind on it," he said.
The amendments to the code w
proposed in January when a quo
of student panelists - students ra-
domly selected and trained in code
procedures- met to consider ame0'-
ments to the policy. The Office T
Student Affairs had failed to attrat
the 26 of 50 panelists needed to amne
the code in three previous hearing,
One of the amendments createsan
"Advisor Corps" for the purpose of
advising students who are involvedit
code proceedings.
Vince Keenan, former chair of t
MSA Students' Rights Commissi n
said the assembly supports this amcni -
ment,
"We do not want this policy. We
find it unacceptable," he said. "But at
the same time, we have to recoglize
that there are students being fored
through this policy, and we can' ig-
nore those students. We need to wrv
within the policy to make it as just as'
possible for as long as we have to deal
with it."
Hartford said Advisor Corps could
be beneficial for students accused
under the code, if the students, i-
volved are motivated to help others.
not to advance agendas.
"A lot depends on the quality qf
the students involved," she said. '
they're heavily political students with
agendas, they could do some damage
to the students involved if they are
using them to move forward soie
sort of political stance. If they ge
truly in it in a support role to prov e
a safety net in what is always a hig y
stressful situation, I think it could be
a benefit." -
Another of the revisions the pan.-
elists suggested deals with the 3Q,
mile radius contained in the code. A
itstands now, studentscan becharged
under the code for offenses that hap-
pen anywhere within a 30-mile radius
of campus. The revision would re
move the 30-mile radius.
But this sparked concern among
students that lifting the radius might

provide the code with an infinite range
of governance.
"We tried to narrow it down to just
campus. By calling in the 30-mile
radius, we are told we opened it upto
be bigger than 30 miles," Keenan
said.
Another proposed change deals
with the amendment process itself.
Under the present procedure, a ma-
jority of the 50 panelists must be
present at a meeting for amendments
to be considered. The proposed revi-
sion would lower that number to 21.
Keenan objected to this amend-
ment because it was not presented
during the open portion of the amend-
ment meeting.
"The change from 26 to 21 (panel-
ists) didn't follow the process. It was
part of very secretive administrative
government," Keenan said. "The pan-
elists don't know best what the rules
of our community should be."
MSA and the Office of Student
Affairs had jointly proposed chang-
ing the amendment procedure to pro-
vide a student referendum on amend:
ments.
"I think the proposal we made
jointly with MSA would have been
innovative and different, but I can
live comfortably with what the stu-
dent panel proposed," Hartford said.

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Dateline America 1-800/853-6219.
LOVING, EXPERIENCED adoptive
parents are very eager to adopt second child.
If you are thinking about adoption, please
call collect at 616/383-3032.

HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio 302 E.
Liberty, 665-8001. Lessons lessons lessons.
Repair repair repair. Not just guitar.
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ABSOLUTELY PERFECT hours. Want to
work full or part-time in a fun, casual
atmosphere? Put some extra money in your
pocket. Make phone calls & no selling
involved. Call Kristin @ 665-5742.
ACTIVE PLAY & CARE for 2 great guys
in our home. Wed. & Sat. 9-6. Committed
person w/ car, ref. 994-5441.
ACTIVISTS: The environment movement is
not a spectator sport. Get active! Canvass for
Greenpeace. Earn $190-250/wk. Call Chuck
x @ 71-996.
ADORABLE CHILDREN need care. Call
Pam, 761-1845.
ALASKA SUMMER JOBS - Very High
Earnings Potential with over 8,000 openings!
Students work on fishing vessels and in on-
shore canneries. No ex p. necessary. Male/
Female. Room/Board & Transportation often

DRINKING TOO MUCH? DrinkWise -
Healthy choices for people who drink.
Moderation or abstinence - you decide. A
service of U-M Med. Center. 747-9473.
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