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FJS WORD PROCESSING SERVICE. MODELS WANTED male & female for SHOP PERSONNEL: Clean environment,
Resumes, papers, dictation, and typing. photo test-shoot. Catalogue & exotic looks. A/C in summer plus overtime. Starting wage
Please call Beth at 973-7220. CaDenny O'Connor Sat. Feb. 18th 9 a.m. $5.25/hr. $0.75/hr. raise after 30 days. Raises
KATHY'S WORD PROCESSING * typing to 5 p.m. 517/546-2258. to follow depending on performance. 2 miles
* editing- Dissertations, papers, applications, from campus.
transcription. 662-8977. TOTAL VINYL PRODUCTS
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TYPING & WRITING
Resumes, cover letters, applications &
essays. Ann Arbor Typing 994-5515.

$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.
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 2n 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
needed. 973-0930.
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for all
shifts 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Management, part-
time, & full-time. Fun & flexible
environment. Apply at 2264 S. Main or 2603
Plymouth Rd., Ann Arbor.
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for part-
time positions, 3-15 hrs. per week. Call 662-
7701 & ask for Cristina.
ACTIVISTS WANTED for social change &
environmental justice. Canvass for
Greenpeace. Call Chuck at 761-1996.
ADVERTISING JOBS- Gain valuable busi-
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Now hiring for Spring/Summer and Fall/
Winter terms. Pick up an application at the
Student Publications Building, 420 Maynard,
in the Senior Staff Office. Application dead-
line extended until March 10,1995.
ALASKA EMPLOYMENT - Students
needed! Fishing industry. Earn up to $3,000-
$6,000+ per month. Room and board!
Transportation! Male or Female. No ex-
perience necessary. Call 206/545-4155 ext.
A55982.
ALASKA FISHERIES hiringl Earn
thousands this summer in canneries,
processors, etc. Male/female. Room/board/
travel often provided! Guide. Guaranteed
success! 919/9294398 ext. A 1014.
ALASKA JOBS! Students needed: fisheries,
parks & resorts. Eam up to $3-$6k/mo.! Call
SEI 919/490-8629, ext. A19.
ARE YOU LOOKING for ways to bridge
differences on cam pus? Become an Inter-
group Dialogue Facilitator! Facilitate
dialogues between Men/Women, White
SPeople/People of Color, Gay/Straight, Crs
tians/Jews and others. For applications: 1521
Alice Lloyd or 3000 Union. Deadline is
March 3. Call 936-1875 for information.
BABYSITTER. 8-12 hrs./wk. Light
housekeeping. Reliable car. 662-5200.
BABYSITTER WANTED 2 nice kids; 3 &
1 yr. old. 2-4 hrs. Tues. late afternoons.
Professional couple. Just north of campus.
994-7883.
BABYSITTER FOR OUR 3 & 5 yr. old
children. Wed. 2-9 p.m. Car & references
required. Good pay! Call 996-4136.
0 CAMP COUNSELORS
HAVE THE SUMMER OF YOUR LIFE
AND GET PAID FOR IT!
Top 3-camps in the Poconos of N.E. PA.
Our 64th year.
incteach g water and land sports,
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Call 215/887-9704, or write: 151 Washington
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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. 800/421-4321.
COUNSELORS FOR CO-ED Northeast
PA., Ovemight Jewish Federation Camp -- 3
hours from NYC -- general, sports,
waterfront & arts. Call 1-800/973-3866. On
campus interviews available.
CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRING - Earn up
to $2,000+/month working on Cruise Ships
or Land-Tour companies. World travel.
Seasonal & full-time employment available.
No experience necessary. For more informa-
tion call 1-206/634-0468 ext. C55985.
CRUISE SHIPS HIRING! Eam big $$$ +
free world travel (Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii,
etc.) Summer/permanent, no exp. nec. Guide.
919/929-4398 ext. C 1014.
DRIVER, PROFESSIONAL courier com-
pany in Ann Arbor seeks a part-time driver to
make deliveries in company car. $6.00+/hr.
Call 971-3616 for interview.
ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR needed to teach
spoken English to adults & children in Korea.
College degree req. Air fair, housing and
salary. Fax resume 485-0213.
FEMALE GRADUATE STUDENT or ma-
ture upper classman to babysit our 11 yr. old
daughter in our home while we are out of
town. Need to be available 3:30 p.m. to 9

am. -weekdays and all day weekends. Prefer
someone who can continue next year and can
drive. $350 a week for approx. 1 week a
month during school year. References. Call
Barbara 665-7056.
FILM BUFF/STUDENT for video store.
Must enjoy & be able to recommend foreign
& classic films. Call 449-0321.
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. F55985.
FRESHMAN OR SOPHOMORE students
needed to assist professional male with eve-
ning care in his home near campus. Pre-med
students nreferred. Must have car and live in

MORTGAGE MARKETING
ASSISTANT. Republic Bank is seeking a
part-time assistant tohelp with their
mortgage marketing needs. The successful
candidate will be a college student, or a
degreed individual,dw/ excellent com-
munication skills and experience w/ MS
Word for Windows & Excel. Responsibilities
incl. maintaining a database for Mortgage
Originators & creation of ads & press
releases for distribution. Hours may vary
from 15-30/wk. Previous banking/mortgage
experience a plus. For consideration, please
send resume & cover letter:
Republic Bank
Personnel Director
122 S. Main
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
EOE
No phone calls please.
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
Midwest. 800/887-1960.
PART TIME COMPUTER technical
support. Novell Netware and hardware. MS-
ACCESS knowledgeaplus. Flexible hours.
Call Tammy at 994-0003.
PART TIME- Family homeless shelter
needs responsible individual for weekday
morning. Light clerical, computer knowledge
helpful, ability & desire to work with diverse
& disadvantaged population. $6hr., call 668-
8823.
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
call 610/941-0128.
POSITIONS OPEN immediately to teach
aerobics, step-aerobics, creative dance,
youth/adult tap, youth pre-tap & jazz! Ann
Arbor YMCA, 350 S. 5th Ave., 663-0536.

SUMMER CAMP director activities and
directing experience for children ages 3-11.
Required June 19 - Aug. 25 excluding
preparation. School w/ 1g. gym, playground,
A/C classrooms, nature center. 747-7422.
SUMMER POSITIONS Student Sprinklers
now has openings in MI, OH, IN. Get realex-
rn running your own business and earn
$10,000 plus. Must have own car. Call
immediately. 800/265-7691.
SWEET LORRAINE'S- Cooks and
dishwashers. Apply in person, 2 p.m.- 5 p.m.
303 Detroit St. Next to Farmer's Market.
TRAVEL ABROAD and work. Make up to
$2,000-$4,000+/mo. teaching basic conver-
sational English in Japan, Taiwan, or S.
Korea. No teaching background or Asian lan-
guages required. For information call: 206/
632-1146 ext. J55985.
UPSCALE OPTICAL boutique looking for
fashion oriented, energetic, creative spirit to
fill our store with enthusiasm and fun. Opi-
cal and/or sales experience a plus. Call Laura
930-2393.
VOLUNTEER SUBJECTS needed for zinc
diet study. Volunteers must be single, healthy
ment between the ages of 22-40 years of age,
who are able to eat all meals at our research
unit at the University of Mich. hospital for 7-
9 months. Reimbursement, $300/month. Call:
747-3166. 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Mon., Tues., Wed.,
Fri.
WANTED 100 STUDENTS lose 8-100 lbs.
New metabolism breakthrough. Guaranteed
results! I lost 15 lbs. in 3 wks. RN assisted. 1-
800/579-1634. $35 charge.
WANTED: RELIABLE female to help w/
cleaning & other household chores in my
home. Approximately 8 hrs./wk. Preferably
mornings. Flex.! $68/hr. 665-3226.
WORK STUDY student: Various duties in
the Medical Center. Call Elaine at 936-5032.
WORK STUDY Lab position avail. Depart-
ment of Pharm. Call Keiki 763-3083.
WORK YOUR BUTT off this summer sell-
ing books out West. Great friends, great $.
Southwestern Company, the greatest summer
job for 127 years. Call Shelly at 971-2715.
ticet & tave
2 ROUND-TRIP tix to New Orleans. Leave
Feb. 24, return Mar. 1. $199 each or best
offer. 971-6045 in evenings.
FLY FREE! (almost) London $99 RT. Syd-
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Free info: 800/745-0364.
FOR SALE: Round trip airline ticket
anywhere in U.S. or Canada. Best offer!!!
Call Angie 996-5696.
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The New York Times
The Washington Post
The Detroit Free Press
The Detroit News
NBC Sports
Associated Press
United Press International
Scientific American Time
Newsweek
Sports Illustrated
USA Today
Because they
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from $528, Frankfurt from $504, Japan from
$740, Korea from $750, Bangkok from $867,
Singapore from $982. Regency Travel 209 S.
State St. 665-6122.
SELLING ONE Illinois basketball ticket.
Front row center court. Best offer. Call 764-
3985.
SPRING BREAK - Panama City Beach, FL

from $91/person/wk. Greg or Andrew 998-
1925. Free info. 1-800/488-8828.
SPRING BREAK GETAWAY. Romantic
log cabins on lake. $49-69 nightly. Reduced
mid-week rate incl. hot tub, boats, canoes,
more. Traverse City area. 616/276-9502.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Martha at
Regency Travel, 209S. State, 665-6122.
TIX. AVAIL. FROM Detroit Metro to Oran-
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225, call Albert @ 764-0939.
WHY BEACH IT? Spring Break Specials =
London * Paris * Athens * Ski Package. Call
Student Travel Breaks at Stamos Travel 663-
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all airlines.

HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio 302 E.
liberty, 665-8001. Repair, repair, repair.
Lessons, lessons. Not just guitar.

ERIC'S SPORTS: Team uniforms and shoes
for all indoor sports. 2 blocks off State Street.
Call 663-6771.
REWARD: $50 for info leading to the arrest
and conviction of person(s) who destroyed
ice sculptures at Stockwell. Call (collect)
810/695-6508.

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BUDGET
Continued from page 1
Smith said she fears that in order
to balance the budget, many programs
that help people would suffer.
Smith also expressed concern over
the need to have the freedom to help
people in time of economic recession
or depression. "If we have a required
balanced budget amendment to the
(U.S.) Constitution adopted, I think
we're eliminating the option of re-
covery," she said.
The amendment the U.S. House
passed last week does provide possi-
bilities for an unbalanced budget. In
economically depressed times, with a
two-thirds vote in both houses, the
federal government could run adeficit.
A simple majority would be needed if
there were war.
Smith, however, said she is still
opposed.
In the state House, where the Re-
publicans have only a one seat major-
ity, Speaker Paul Hillegonds (R-Hol-
land) expects the measure to pass,
said his spokesman Jerry Crandall.
"The speaker is very much in sup-
port of a balanced budget so long as
the unfunded mandate thing is taken
care of," Crandall said.
Crandall said Hillegonds "wants
to make sure that (the federal budget)
won't be balanced on the back of state
government."
Many governors are concerned
that the cuts necessary to balance the
federal budget would force states to
pick up costs of essential programs,
said John Kingdon, a University po-
litical science professor.
"A lot of governors want a provi-
sion attached to the balanced budget
amendment for unfunded mandates,"
Kingdon said.
The unfunded mandate bill -- a
provision to prohibit the federal gov-
ernment from requiring states to pro-
vide services without providing the
funds to pay for them - is currently
in conference committee to hammer
out differences between House and
Senate proposals.
The unfunded mandate issue is an
important factor in determining the fate
of the amendment, Kingdon said.
"With that on it, it lessens the chance
that the Congress will approve it and if
you don't have it on there then you
might not muster the number of states
that are necessary to approve it," he
said.
Kingdon cited an example: If the
federal government cuts deep into
Medicaid, states will be left to pay the

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remainder. He said states do not want
this burden.
State Rep. Mary Schroer (D-Ann
Arbor) said she fears the amendment
would cost the states too much money.
"Michigan stands to lose a whole lot
of money if we balance the budget
and the University of Michigan stands
to lose a lot of money," she said.
Schroer said she did not know
how much money would be involved.
"No one knows (what will be cut)
because no one has put forth a bal-
anced budget," said Fred Bdcher, com-
munication director of the Concord
Coalition, a nonpartisan, grassroots
organization devoted to balancing the
budget.
Schroer said supporting the
amendment would be irresponsible if
it negatively affected the state's bud-
get or raised the state's taxes.
State Rep. Liz Brater (D-Ann Ar-
bor) said she supports the general
principle. "The general objective is a
worthy one," she said, but Brater does
not know if she will vote for an amend-
ment.
Some opponents to the amend-
ment want Republicans to outline
specific cuts needed to balance the
budget before they consider voting on
the measure.
Brater said she has requested in-
formation on how the federal budget
would be balanced. "I think modera-
tion is the best course here and avoid-
ing radical slashes in services," Brater
said.
Bucher said the Concord Coali-
tion endorsed the House's amend-
ment because it "will finally force
Congress to stop debate whether we
should do it and start debating how
we're going to it."
The amendment could be imme-
diately brought into state legislators
if passed. Masserant said the gover-
nor has not formed a strategy to pass
it in Michigan, nor has Hillegonds,
said Crandall.
Should the amendment pass the
Senate and go on to the states, it is
possible for an influx of interest groups
lobbying to influence legislators' votes.
Kingdon said 10to 15 states are "on
the fence" concerning the amendment,
and these states may see such lobbying.
Schroer agreed. "There would be
lots of special-interest groups," she said.
"These are national issues with a lot of
money and a lot of power at stake for a
lot of people."
Ruff, however, said there will be
little interest group pressure in Michi-
gan. "Organized interest (will be)
fairly weak," he said.

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