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ADORABLE 8 MONTH-OLD needs ex- PART-TIME/FREELANCE. Do you know SPRING BREAK Reps. wanted nowI
perienced babysitter, Mon. & Fri. 12-3:30 & stats., or ergonomics or surveys or design or Acapulco from $499, Cancun from $399,
ed. 11-3:30. Must have own transportation. data entry or VISIO or word processing or Jamaica from $459. Call Dan 665-6122.
?Jease call after 5:00, 998-0930. general office work? P.O BOX 2144, Ann Regency Travel 209 S. State.
AFTER SCHOOL CHILDCARE for kids Arbor, 48106.
ages 12 & 8. Beginning Jan. 9. Need reliable
car and childcare exp. Mon.-Fri. 2:45-5:30
BABYITYrER NEEDED. Mondays
m.-7 p.m., Wednesdays 3:30 p.m.-6
urdays 8 a.m.-2 .m. Own trans.
Rlayne. Evenings. 747-7333.
-HAVE THE SUMMER OF YOUR LIFE
AND GET PAID FOR IT!
:Top 3-camps in the Poconos of N.E. PA.
Our 64th year.
Jixperience teaching water and land sports,
W/SIsLife Guards, Tennis, Climbing, Arts
Call 215/887-9704, or write: 151 Washington
"z Lane; Jenkintown, PA 19046.
PHILD CARE NEEDED - Family needs
-Warm, responsible & experienced babysitter
for our 2 & 5 yr. olds. Sundays 10-noon &
'Mondays 3-7 p.m. or Wednesdays 2:30-6:30
(!HILD CARE IN my home. 2 sm. children,
18 & 2 mos. daytime hrs. 668-8142.
CLERK A - Student needed to assist with of-
fi'ce duties. 10 hrs./wk. Work study preferred.
Call Dina at 936-1027.
COMPUTER HELP wanted: Part-time
programmer, experience in dBASE, Excel,
oard, and C++ desired. Contact Diann at
936-0054 or bring resume to 3082 ISR.
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. C55984.
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Now hiring full & part-time
" Pizza Makers
" Delivery Drivers
" Day Prep
Experience preferred but not necessary
flexible schedules - days, evenings
(late shift starting pay - $6.50)
GREAT PLACE TO WORK
624 Church Street
DATA ENTRY positions available with
flexible hours in our Ann Arbor office. We
are a leader in Medical Billing, and we are
looking for those who are dedicated,
meticulous, quick thinking and can type - ac-
curately - 60 w.p.m. OR MORE. Knowledge
of medical billing and coding helpful but not
necessary (willing to train the right person).
WE OFFER GREAT PAY ($7.50/hr.
minimum) AND EXCELLENT BENEFITS -
WHAT CAN YOU OFFER??? We're only a
10 minute bus ride from campus. Interested:
fax your resume to 313/677-7407 or send to
P M G, Personnel Coordinator, P.O. Box
1108, Ann Arbor 48106.
ELEKTRA RECORDS is seeking a college
rep., for the Ann Arbor area. Those interested
must have a passion for alternative music,
and be creative, diligent, and responsible.
Receive college credit, while you learn the
music business and work with bands in all
aspects of marketing and promotion. Full
reimbursement of expenses. Call Pete
Rosenblum at 212/275-2500.
FAST CASH! Campus representatives wan-
ted to sell Spring Break packages to Florida.
Call 1-800/224-4853, ext. 504.
FAST FOOD FUN! Subway North campus.
1701 Plymouth Rd. Part-time, good wages,
great hours. Apply in person, all shifts.
FEMALE HELPER NEEDED to help out
with odd jobs. $5/hr. to start. For more mfor-
mation please call 996-9621.
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. F55983.
RECEPTIONIST/PROJECT asst. PT WS
start Jan. '95. Work with international & US
clients, some accounting, answer phones,
wide range of activities. $6/hr.+. Call 764-
RECYCLE! Work Study. Program ass. to
promote campus recycling. Good
communication, research skills, computer
literacy. Interest in environmental education
a plus. Start early January! Call U-M Waste
Management at 763-5539.
RESEARCH INTERVIEWING: DRUG
ABUSE TREATMENT CENTERS
DAYTIME WORK OPPORTUNITY
The University of Michigan Survey Research
Center Telephone Facility is recruiting
people with excellent communication skills
to conduct telephone interviews with
managers/directors of substance abuse
treatment centers. Work hours are scheduled
part-time, Mon. - Fri., 8:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.
Must be available to work 16-20 hours per
week. The successful candidate ill possess a
HIGHLY professional and persuasive
telephone manner. Attention to details is a
must. Pay starts at $6.00 per hour.
Opportunities for advancement are available.
Apply in person weekdays, January 3-13,
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the Institute for
Social Research, 4 Tompson Street, Ann
Arbor. For additional information, call 764-
7109. An equal opportunity, affirmative
RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS NEEDED
for clinical study investiaing the effective-
ness of sunscreen. Must be at least 18, heal-
thy & able to sunburn relatively easily. 2-6
visits required, compensatg $40-$150 for
time & effort. For information call U of M
Dept. of Dermatology at 763-5105 or 764-
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
RIDING INSTRUCTORS/CABIN coun-
selors needed at summer horse ranch for
girls. 10 weeks plus certification clinic at
ranch. $2000 for full season. 810/642-3170
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
tablished infertility clinic. If you ae a male
student or professional 2040 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.
SHORT TERM, PART-TIME data entry
help needed immed. Flex. hrs. Excel exp. a
plus. Call 662-5700. Ask for Kristin.
SPANISH AND FRENCH teachers for
afterschool classes. Grades 1-8. 1-4 hrs./wk.
$25/hr. Call Andrea Rojo 668-7181.
THE AMERICAN CANCER Society
telemarketing program is looking for callers
Mon. - Thur. evenings, to recruit volunteers.
$5/hr., no sales. 971-4300. 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
TRAVEL ABROAD AND WORK. Make
up to $2,000-$4,000+Imo. teaching basic
conversational English in Japan, Taiwan, or
S. Korea. No teaching background or Asian
languages required. For information call:
206/632-1146 ext. J55984.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN child care
center needs part-time assistant teachers for
afternoon toddler and preschool program.
Please call 998-6195 for more informaton.
Advetising Account Executive
Val-Pak, one of the nation's most successful
and fastest growing direct mail advertising
companies is looking for an Ann Arbor Sales
Representative. Qualified candidates should
be goal oriented, self-motivated and
autonomous. Position provides guaranteed
salary while training, car and gas allowance,
medical and other benefits.
Send resume to:
Attn. Linda Baker
28180 Schoolcraft Road
Livonia, MI 48150
International eoration has full & part-time
openings with flexible houars. Earn $10-12
per hour starting. Advancement opportunities
& scholarships available. Training provided.
Call 971-6122 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC credit or volun-
teer at U-M's Pound House Children's Cen-
ter during winter or spring term. Join
hundreds of past students in a quality ex-
perience in working with young children. Lo-
cated at Hill and E. University. Please call
764-2547 for more information or to arrange
WORK STUDY RESEARCH ASSTS.-
Telephone interviews needed for national
twin study on midlife development. Help
conduct screening interviews. Looking for
responsible, outgoing people w/ good verbal
skills. Winter, 10-15 hrs./wk., eves./wknd.
$7-$8/hr., depending on exp. Grad & under-
grad work study welcome. Call Joy or Jackie,
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Special Group Rates & Free Travel !
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $179 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Martha at
Regency Travel, 209S. State, 665-6122.
SPRING BREAK '95!
Guaranteed lowest prices In USA
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In yielding their majority status,
Democrats expressed respect for the
will of voters and a desire to work
with the new Republican majority in
any areas where the two parties' po-
litical principles coincide. Indeed, the
Democrats jumped aboard the Re-
publican bandwagon in great num-
bers, voting overwhelmingly to adopt
several of the new rules proposed by
Spencer Abraham was the first
senator to be sworn into the 104th
Congress yesterday while longtime
friend Gov. John Engler watched from
the Senate floor.
Accompanying Abraham down
the aisle were Michigan's senior sena-
tor, Carl Levin, and Robert P. Griffin,
a family friend and the last Republi-
can U.S. senator from Michigan.
"I'm overwhelmed with pride and
emotions," Abraham said after the
First-term U.S. Rep. Lynn Rivers
(D-Ann Arbor) was sworn in as her two
daughters and her husband looked on.
Despite the fact that her party is
now in the minority, Rivers said the
experience was "unbelievable."
"It is truly an amazing experience
to stand in the House chamber, seeing
the flag. I have been given a chance to
do the people's work."
Her parents drove up to Washing-
ton from Florida to see their daughter's
work. "The last time they were here
was to show me the city when I was in
fourth grade," Rivers said.
Rivers had a busy day yesterday,
working until well after midnight and
making her first speech on the floor of
As she spoke to the Daily early in
the evening, Rivers said her office
was strewn with the remnants of a
swearing-in reception that she was
unable to attend.
"Some things come first. We've
moved in and now we have to get to
work. The cleaning will come later."
The conciliatory language was
echoed by Gingrich in his inaugural
address in the speaker's chair, imbu-
ing the historic transfer of power with
an unexpectedly friendly aura.
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against government payments to the
unemployed. They also portrayed Presi-
dent Clinton and many Democratic in-
cumbents as tax-and-spend liberals.
During the campaign, Gingrich
trumpeted the so-called "Contract With
America," a document signed by more
than 300 House Republicans and chal-
The contract promised votes on is-
sues ranging from tax cuts to massive
welfare reform and federal term limits
to defense spending increases within
the first 100 days of the new Congress.
Republican members are quick to point
out that the contract promises votes on
these issues, not necessarily approval.
The voters, Lin said, sent a clear
message. "The voters are saying some-
one should be able to fix this country's
problems quickly and easily."
History Adjunct Prof. Frank
Mackaman said the contract offers the
public a chance to hold Congress ac-
countable. "The Republicans in '95
have a leadership that has a definite
agenda. I think they seem to be more
energized and I think they believe they
carried the people's mandate."
Beyond the next Congress, the fu-
ture is uncertain. George Sanchez, as-
sociate history professor and director of
the American Culture program, said the
Republican control will either bea quick
turn-around or a very long tenure.
He predicts a "quick turn-around
(because of) a unique concern of the
American public with change over the
last five to 10 years."
Sanchez predicts a possible "fun-
damental realignment ... and shift
among the configuration of parties that
goes beyond the regional (shift)."
The midterm election, Kollman
said, "only continues the trend toward
the Republicans in certain regions of
the country and certain population
groups," like suburban males.
Since the election, political pundits
have also been predicting how Clinton
will govern in a divided government,
and salvage his presidency before the
'96 presidential election.
He appears to be moving to the
political center, as some of his latest
actions suggest: the firing of Surgeon
General Joycelyn Elders,targeting con-
servatives, and his "middle class bill of
rights," a comprehensive package of
tax cuts for middle-class families.
Under this proposal, families mak-
ing up to $75,000can deduct $500 per
child under 13, and families earning
$120,000 and less can deduct up to
$10,000 for children pursuing post-
high school education.
HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio 302 E.
Liberty, 665-8001. Lessons lessons lessons.
Repair repair repair. Not just guitar.
is now registering for Winter Term:
January 9 - April 15, 1995
will be holding a
at 7:30 p.m.
in the Michigan
Union Pond Room,
For more information
ERIC'S SPORTS: Team uniforms and shoes
for all indoor sports. 2 blocks off State Street.
FUN + FRIENDSHIP
Butts & Gutts
Tae Kwon Do
Total Body Conditioning
If you like it,we'd be
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No strings attached! Just come in and workout.
glad to have you as a participant this
Class sizes are limited,
Butts & Gutts so please come early!
3:15 - 4:00
4:10 - 5:00
5:10 - 6:00
6:10 - 7:00
Total Body Conditioning
7:10 - 8:00
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providing the best of Western hospitality to COZY WINTER HIDEAWAY. Romantic
Glacier Park visitors! 1995 summer log cabins. $49-$69 nightly. Includes hot tub,
applications are now being accepted for the XC trails, and more. Traverse City area. 616/
following positions: Bar, Restaurant, Kitchen 276-9502.
Staff, Desk Clerks, Salespeople, Store Clerks, GET A GREAT DEAL on your spring
Office, Service Station, Housekeeping, and break vacation. Call Suzanne at The Art of
Maintenance Personnel. Write to St. Mary Travel for all your travel needs-lowest fares.
Lodge & 1808 alley, 428-1277.
ID 83353 or call 208772&-6279 for an
application. I 1
(UARDS NEEDED on Campus. Flexible
scheduling. Self-motivation important. Good
/ promotion possibilities. State Security Ser-
vices Inc., 611 Church Suite 305, 9 a.m.-
p.m. 668-0447. E.O.E.
HELP! MOTHER of two young cl fdren
needs daily sitters - potential for pe nanent
positions. Day or Evenings. Ov1i trans.
Please call Karen 741-8132.
Todd @ 741-5276
Mary @ 913-4043
Cancun from $399
FEMALE CHRISTIAN roommate to live in
large 2 bedroom Glencoe Hills apt. with 25
yr. old single mother & 3 mo. old baby. $275
+ 1/2 util. 973-2903.
FEMALE ROOMMATES to share con-
temporary 2 bdrmr. apts.- own rin. Call 741-
THREE PEOPLE seeking additional room-
mate in a 2 bdrm. apt. on 912S. Forest. Call
UNIVERSITY TOWERS-one space avail-
able for male. $250/mo. Jan.-May. 996-9089.
INTERNATIONAL MUSIC booking agen-
cy is looking for interns. Wil' consider all.
Must be dependable & willing to work hard.
Call Jay at 995-5777.
Native English speakers rieeded to join
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