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1st group of Cuban refugees
returned to U.S. naval base
US-23/PACKARD area. Bus. 2 bedroom apt.
Sept. '95 1 yr. lease. 6 bedroom 2 bath.
Historical house near Frieze, hospital, N.
Campus. Carpets, laundry, dishwasher,
freezer, outdoor gas grill, picnic table, yard,
a g $1980 monthly plus utilities. Call
VILLAGE TOWNHOMES now available.
2 bdrm., 1 bath., partial basement, end unit.
Owner relocated. $600 1st 6 mos. $700
remainder of lease. 12 month lease minimum.
Triad Realty 996-1231.
WESTPARK - 2 BDRMS. Contemporised
for Fall '95. New kitchens, lighting, floor
coverings. - Pets ok - Furnished or
unfumnished. $655 - $695. 741-9300.
$1750 WEEKLY possible mailing our
circulars. No experience required! Begin
now. For info call202/298-9065.
2 WORK STUDY STUDENTS (Tues.-
Thur.) in MI Init. Women's Health. Send
resume by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A SPECIAL GIFT- We're looking for heal-
thy women between the ages 21-35 for egg
donation. All ethnic backgrounds
encouraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries to
AARMA, P.O. 2674, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
A.M. SNOWPLOW SERVICE snowplow-
ing and shoveling positions. Great 2nd job.
Most work done between midnight & 10 a.m.
$11/hr. to start. Bonus if own vehicle is used.
Sub-contractors with own truck & plow
ACTIVISTS WANTED for social change &
environmental justice. Canvass for
Greenpeace. Call uck at 761-1996.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT. 20 hrs./
wk. Support staff for interfaith justice and
peace campus ministry at the U-M. Position
requres good organizational, computer, ac-
counting and public relations skills.
Familiarity with Macintosh a must. Interested
s should submit resume by Feb. 3 to:
Jodi Atwood, Guild House Campus Ministry,
802 Monroe, A2 48104. Guild House is an
ALASKA FISHERIES HIRING! Earn
thousands this summer in canneries,
processors, etc. Male/female. Room/board/
travel often provided! Guide. Guaranteed
success! 919/929-4398 ext. A 1014.
* AVAIL. IMMED. Sublet w/ 2 great male
rmmtes. in modem 3 bdrm. apI. in quiet area.
Off St. prkg., short walk to campus, idry. &
dwshr. $290/mo. incl util. Cal ay 913-
1 BDRM. IN 3 BDRM. apt. only $285/mo.
May-Sept Close to North Commons, 1 1/2
baths. Call Chelle 913-5693 anytime.
0 PACKARD- Great location 1 blk. from
Union. 1 bdrm. in 3 bdrm. apt. $330 incl.
util., prkg. Friendly roommates. Avail.
immed. Call Bob, 769-8476 eves., 663-4205
AVAIL. NOW on Hill St. Attractive room.
Furnished, kitchen, laundry, clean and quiet,
parking. For Male. $290. 995-3276.
FEM. GRAD STUD. prof. wanted to share
large 2-bdrm. hse. prkg. wshr./dryer, rent
negotiable. Avail. now. 63-5610.
FEMALE RMMTE. wanted. May-Aug. Lar-
ge bdrm. in 3 bdrm. apt. in house. Nice
rmmtes. Good 1c. Price neg. 994-9127.
OGOING ABROAD Fall '95? We are going
Winter '96 and want to share a 2 bdrm. lease
for next year. Call 662-4747.
GOING ABROAD FALL '95? I'm graduat-
ing fall '95 and am looking for someone to
share a one-bdnn. lease. Call Shannon 741-
MAY - AUGUST Spacious 1 Bdrm., Great
Location! Prkg., Ldry., Call 998-0871.
MAY-AUG. 3 BDRM. hse. Great loc. prkg.
Idry. 2 baths, 3-4 females. 663-6335.
ROOMS AVAIL. FOR spr./sum. terms.
Affordable, neg. Triangle ratemity, 1501
*Washtenaw. Call Bryan 913-0970.
SEPARATE/PRIVATE Fum. bdrm. in hse.
Exc. loc. Avail. Winter & Spring '95.
Reasonably priced. Call 994-2956.
SUBLETS AVAILABLE NOW. Top cam-
pus locations. Varsity Management. 668-
SUMMER 3 nice bdrms. in house. Skylights.
Near Packard/Hill. $200. 662-2027.
SUMMER SUBLET 3 bdrms. + 1 1/2 baths.
Only $880/mo. Huron Towers, near Art
School. Call Chelle 913-5693 anytime.
SUMMER SUBLET 1 bedroom furnished
apt. 1 block from Union. Heat and water
Wncluded. $450/mo. Call Gina 741-9031.
ARE YOU A DYNAMIC LEADER?
BE A PART OF THE MAGIC OF
Our 64TH yearl Camp Sequoia, located in
the Catskill Mountains of New York State,
seeks leadership staff (program heads,
coaches, instructors and counselors) in the
areas of: TENNIS, GYMNASTICS,
ROLLER HOCKEY, SWIM, WATER-SKI,
BOATING, ENGLISH RIDING, ROPES
COURSE, CLIMBING TOWER, TEAM
SPORTS, CERAMICS, FIBER ARTS,
JEWELRY, WOODWORKING and
THEATRE (all aspects). Join our family for a
great summer experience! A representative
will be on campus, TUESDAY, FBRUARY
14TH. For an a ppointment and an
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591 or write: P.O. Box 1045, Woodstock,
ATTENTION ENGLISH & history majors.
Build your knowledge base & your resume.
Huge summer exerience. Avg. first summer
$7,100. Call Shell 971-2715.
BABYSITTER. 8-12 hrs./wk. Light
housekeeping. Reliable car. 662-5200.
CHEMISTRY, full-time undergraduate
research positions, summer 1995, at Hope
College, Holland, MI 49423. To apy, call
or write Dr. M. Silver. 616/395-7630. Dead-
line March 3.
FAST CASH FOR for Spring Break. Easy
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FREE FINANCIAL AID! Over $6 billion in
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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. F55984.
Biotech Co. seeks full-time candidate for
immediate entry level opening, with benefits.
Successful candidate will possess a
Bachelors degree and/or equivalent education
and experience. Excellent computer and math
skills. Must be organized and detail oriented.
Position involves sustaining proper inventory
levels, accurate computer inventory
accounting, and interaction with Shipping-
Receiving, Customer Service, and
Human Resources IV 195
Ann Arbor, MI 48106
JOBS IN ADVERTISING - Gain valuable
business experience by selling advertising to
local and national businesses. Earn commis-
sion-based pay. Become an Account Execu-
tive for The Michigan Daily Display Staff.
Now hiring for Spring/Summer and Fall/
Winter terms. Pick up an application at the
Student PublicationsBuilding, 420 Maynard,
in the Senior Staff Office. Application
deadline: Feb. 10, 1995.
MACKINAC ISLAND Resort Hotel seek-
ing staff-front desk, dining room, kitchen,
maintenance, security, bicycle mechanic and
housekeeping. Contact Iroquois Hotel Winter
Office, 663-5971 (Ann Arbor), for an
MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE lives of
children. Birch Trail Camp for Girls, NW
Wisconsin, seeks committed, fun, motivated
people as cabin counselor/activity instructors
(you name it, we teach it!), wilderness
leaders, lifeguards, climbers, secretaries,
kitchen workers & more! Top pay, generous
travel allowance plus room & board! Want to
help create a nurturing, non-competitive, sup-
portive environment for children? Call
Richard or Rachel: 1-800/544-CAMP!
NITE OWLS AND OTHERS needed on
campus for security property check. No ex-
perience needed. Good opportunity for
pom*ton. Flexible hours. State Securities
Service Inc. 611 Church St., Ste. 305,9 a.m.-
3 p.m., 668-0447. EOE.
NORMAL HEALTHY men/women ages
18-30, approximately 170 lbs. or less, right-
handed, normal vision (or contacts), needed
for PET studies of brain blood flow. Study
time (2 sessions) totals about 4 hours. Com-
pensation is $100. Call Chris at 764-2280.
OUR COMPANY is looking for individuals
who want to gain extensive management ex-
perience this summer. Earn $6000 - $10,000
per summer. Positions avail. throughout the
PAINTERS, FOREMAN, & managers call
College Pro Painters, 1-800/346-4649.
PART-TIME receptionist, evenings &
Saturdays. Must be self-motivated & like
PENNSYLVANIA COED children's over-
night camp seeks staff. Swim, crafts, radio,
golf, nature, sailing, tennis, sports, archery &
general. A great experience! Contact our
campus representative, Mike @ 662-9304 or
PRESCHOOL NEEDS house cleaning &
yard maintenance. Love children & pets. 15-
30 hrs. (Flexible) $6-9/hr. 769-2795.
The Pulmonary/Critical Care Division of
Wayne State University School of Medicine
is recruiting for a research position at the
level of Research Assistant. Applicants
should have a Bachelor's (preferably
Master's) in biology, biochemistry or
molecular biology. Experience with basic
molecular biology methods, such as DNA
and RNA blot analysis, cloning, subcloning,
DNA sequencing and PCR is required.
Experience with routine immunoassay is
Reply to: James H. Fisher, M.D., Wayne
State University, c/o Harper Hospital, 3990
John R., 3-Hudson, Detroit, MI 48201. AA/
The Pulmonary Division of Wayne State
University School of Medicine is recruiting
for a research position at the level of
Investigator. Applicants should have a Ph.D.
degree in cell biology, biochemistry or
molecular biology. Previous research
experience in cloning, expression of
recombinant proteins and site directed
mutagenesis is required. Experience with
transgenic mice is desirable. Initial
participation in ongoing programs is
required. Support is available for
indeendent research depending on
Reply to: James H. Fisher, M.D., The Detroit
Medical Center, Harper Hospital, 3990 John
R., 3-Hudson, Detroit, MI 48201. AA/EOE.
Rh NEGATIVE semen donors are needed
and will be paid $120 per acceptable
ap e because of their rare blood type
APRL,P.O. Box 2674, Ann ArborM
Lunch & weekend shifts available at Law
Club. 764-1115 or stop by. EOE.
SECRETARY WANTED. Must be Macin-
tosh intelligent. Part-time. 3131973-2948.
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.
SUMMER POSITIONS Student Sprinklers
now has openings in MI, OH, IN. Get real ex-
princ running your own business and earn
$10,000 plus. Must have own car. Call
THE AMERICAN CANCER Society
telemarketing program is seeking enthusiastic
individuals who are interested in gaining
valuable communication experience through
telemarketing. Mon.-Thur. evenings, $5-
THE BLUE FRONT needs reliable stock
help. Apply in person @ 701 Packard.
TRAVEL ABROAD AND WORK. Make
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The Washington Post
HOWARD AIR BASE, Panama
-- Under extremely tight U.S. mili-
tary security, the first group of 500
bitter and angry Cuban refugees flew
yesterday from their temporary safe
haven in Panama to a U.S. naval base
in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
At the entrance to each of five
aircraft was a sign wishing the refu-
gees good luck on what many con-
sidered one of the unluckiest days
of their lives. Music by Gloria
Estefan and her band, the Miami
Sound Machine, played over loud-
speakers, including one song pro-
claiming in Spanish, "We all speak
the same language. Give me your
hand, my brother."
Those who left were the first of
approximately 7,500 refugees in four
camps along the Panama Canal who
will be relocated in the next two weeks.
Despite fears the Cubans would try
anything from passive resistance to
rioting or suicide attempts to keep
from being moved, Col. James Fetig,
a U.S. Army spokesman, said the
transfer went smoothly.
The total cost of operating the
camps in Panama, dubbed "Opera-
tion Safe Haven," is estimated at $44
million, which is being paid by the
The Cubans arrived at the U.S. air
base outside Panama City from the
tent camps in groups of 100, divided
among a caravan of four buses that
had wire mesh covering the windows.
The refugees waved at reporters from
More than 7,000 refugees will soon return to Guantanamo Bay.
behind the wire as Army Humvees
escorted the buses to military C-141
transport planes or chartered civilian
The passengers, allowed to each
carry one Army-issued blue nylon
laundry bag, were taken off the buses
one at a time and escorted by two U.S.
soldiers up the gangway. U.S. sol-
diers carrying large wooden batons
lined both sides of the walkway be-
tween the bus and the plane.
Each plane carried 100 passen-
gers and 50 U.S. soldiers. The five
aircraft departed at 90-minute inter-
vals, with the first leaving at 7:30
The refugees were among more
than 30,000 Cubans who took to the
seas in boats and rafts last summer in
a bid to start a new life in the United
States. But, faced with the overwhelm-
ing exodus, Washington reversed a
long-standing U.S. policy of auto-
matically granting refugee status to
Instead, the Clinton administra-
tion negotiated with the government
of President Fidel Castro, agreeing to
grant at least 20,000 U.S. visas a year
in exchange for Castro's help in shut-
ting off the flow of refugees.
In an effort to discourage further
migration, those picked up at sea were
taken to safe havens but not granted
access to the United States.
ERIC'S SPORTS: Team uniforms and shoes
for all indoor sports. 2 blocks off State Street.
MAKE UP TO $2,000 in one week!
Motivated student organization (fraternities,
sororities, etc.) needed for marketing project.
Call Larry 1-800/756-6662.
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** SPRING BREAK '95- Jamaica, Cancun,
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reserve your spot today. Call Erik/Todd for
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Book now! Jamaica from $469, Cancun
$429, Bahamas $399, Key West $199,
Panama City/Daytona $99. Organize groups,
earn cash, travel free. 1-800/234-7007.
HELP! PROMISED son tickets to U-M/IU
game on Feb. 19 if he aced science test. He
came through, now I need to deliver! Need 4
tickets, will take pair. Call Joe at 616/456-
LOW FARES! London from $379, Paris
from $528, Frankfurt from $504. Regency
Travel 209S. State St. 665-6122.
EXHIBITIONIST. Put your looks to good
use. With your photo permanently on your
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use. Call 1-800/CTBANK to apply.
GIVE THE GIFT of life. Be an egg donor or
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LOVING, EXPERIENCED adoptive
arents are very eager to adopt second child.
If you are thinking about adoption, please
call collect at 616/383-3032.
Immediate Job Openings
We are currently seeking
individuals to work in the
Ann Arbor Public Schools
Noon Hour Supervision
Hours are 1.25 hours per
day (6.25 hours/week)
Pay rate is $7.50 per hour.
Interested? Please call
(313) 994-2300, ext. 243
Ann Arbor Public Schools
CHILD CARE IN MY HOME loc. near;
Maple Miller Rd. in A2. Would consider 2
students to job-share. Full-time, salary
negotiable, own trans. 662-4561.
CHILD CARE in home. Wed. thru Fri. 2-6
p.m. 2 girls. More hrs. possible. 1 eve./wk. N-
smkr., ref. 761-6906 eves.
CHILD CARE: R U A Fun, Loving, N-
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Looking For Adventure? We Can Provide
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+ ! Additional Hrs. Avail. Own Car. Days:
971-4400; Nights: 996-4519.
CONSIDER MAGAZINE is looking for a
distribution manager. Job ys $30/wk. Must
have own transportation. so wanted are in-
dividuals interested in being on our advertis-
ing staff. For information please contact
Amos Segal or David Joseph at 213-1210.
Camp Starlight has good positions for
outgoing, enthusiastic upper classmen/
women as cabin/unit leaders & coaches in
Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Roller Hockey,
Lacrosse, Lifeguarding, Sailing, Canoeing,
Water Skiing, Camping, Dance, Radio/Video,
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THE FISH DOCTORS - Everything for
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SPRING BREAK GETAWAY. Romantic
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mid-week rate incl. hot tub, boats, canoes,
more. Traverse City area. 616/276-9502.
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Call Chris at ICP 1-800/828-7015.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $179 or $239. Bring your Con-
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Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.
WANTED: UP TO 6 tix for Indiana home
bkb game 2/19. Rhonda 996-9064.
WHY BEACH IT? Spring Break Specials =
London * Paris * Athens * Ski Package. Call
Student Travel Breaks at Stamos Travel 663-
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Honey Queen Pagent at MSU 3/10/05 ages
18-21, prizes $500 & a trip to Portland for
national Queen. Call 810/6274556.
FJS WORDPROCESSING SERVICE.
Resumes, papers, dictation, and typing.
Please call Beth at 973-7220.
VISITORS DV-T greencard program, by
*U.S. Immigration. Legal services, 818/882-
9081 or 818/998-4425, 202031 Stagg St.,
Canoga Park, CA 91306 Monday- Sunday 10
a.m.- 10 p.m. Applications close Feb. 19,
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