The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, February 6, 1996 - Page 7
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MACKINAC ISLAND Resort Hotel seeking
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MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Birch Trail camp
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experienced or are regularly engaged in any
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+ vomiting or other types of purging
If interested, and you are a sophomore
woman, you may be eligible to participate.
For further info, please contact Dina Pasalis,
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wq be paid up to $265 on completion of
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Los Angeles Times
GUATEMALA CITY - The
people of Guatemala exuberantly
welcomed Pope John Paul II yester-
day, with ephemeral carpets of col-
ored sawdust and flower petals cov-
ering his route through the capital's
"I come as a pilgrim of love and
hope,"the pontiff said upon arriving for
his first visit to Central America in 13
years. "Today we see on the horizon the
hope of peace. ... I raise my voice to
urge a true peace, with the spirit of
understanding and, above all, dignity
for all people."
In addition to Guatemala, where
peace negotiations are under way to
end a 35-year guerrilla war, he will
visit El Salvador and Nicaragua
which ended their civil wars in re-
cent years, before moving on to Ven-
The pope was greeted warmly at the
airport here by Guatemala's new presi-
dent, Alvaro Arzu, in a striking contrast
to the almost hostile reception he re-
ceived in 1983 from Gen. Efrain Rios
Montt, a Protestant who had become
president as a result of a coup a year
"We feel great hope and gratitude
that Your Holiness, with a message of
peace, has wanted to visit Guatemala,
to sanctify with your presence the
effort of all our people to overcome
our divisions and conflicts," Arzu said.
But the region's potential for con-
tinuing violence was underlined Sun-
day when bodyguards protecting Arzu
shot and killed a 24-year-old milkman
they said tried to run' down the pres
Because of concerns for his safety,
security for the 75-year-old pope will
be tight. In addition, to compensate
for his advanced age and recent ill-
ness, his schedule will include ex-
tended rest periods between public
On his first stop in Guatemala City.
the pope was greeted with miles of the
elaborately designed sawdust-and-petal
carpets, a craft display usually reserved
for Easter Week.
Dozens of organizations and fami-
lies each took responsibility for design-
ing and creating a few yards of carpet
that covered the pope's route from the
airport to the Vatican Embassy and
then to the main square and the Na-
tional Palace downtown, where he met
formally with Arzu.
Los Angles Times
J ERUSALE M -Aftr two months
of intensiv e diplonmacyUS. hopes of
a dramatic breakthrough in the last
and most complex phase of the Mid-
east peace process appear to be fast
Secretary of State Warren Christo-
pher, on a three-day tour of the region,
originally had hoped to establish a
framework for peace between Israel
and Syria by spring.
But talks in rural Maryland between
the region's two most formidable foes
have moved so slowly that Israeli Prime
Minister Shimon Peres now appears
almost certain to call early elections in
May rather than wait until October,
according to Israeli sources.
Peres' move may be dri ven by grow-
ing support in the polls. But relinquish-
ing the strategic Golan Heights to Syria
- a key issue in the negotiations =- is
not popular with many Israelis.
The likelihood of early elections is
almost certain to limit the scope for
"Israel is still just as interested In the
peace process. But Peres can't give the
impression that Israel is prepared to
give in on anything," said Ehucd
Sprinzak, a Hebrew University politi-
cal science professor.
"For elections, he has to look tough."
Nonetheless, U.S. officials insist that
the electoral process will not affect the
"Clearly, much work remains to be
done," Christopher said in a joint news
conference after talks with Peres. "(But)
OUR FIRM IS looking for individuals who
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PART-TIME OFFICE & computer support.
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PENNSYLVANIA COED children's over-
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