BDRM. EFF., covered prkg., free elec. +
util., 905 Church, 213-3064.
1 BDRM. IN 6 bdrm. hse. Avail. Now-Aug.
Fum. Idry., adjacent kitchen, bath. Near IM.
Best offer. 668-0928.
Planning on going away for a
DON'T leave your home all
Come to us for help!....
The Michigan Daily can run your ad
in our Summer Sublet edition.
DON'T MISS OUTI
Come in to the Student Publications
Building at 420 Maynard St.
or call us at 764-0557.
Act now and get special
advantages till March 15
2 BDRM. APT. avail. May-Aug., furnished
quiet bldg., State/Fuller: 332-6013.
DRM. APT. N. Campus avail. May-Aug.
/C Prkg. Ldry. Balc. Neg. 332-0117.
2 BDRM. APT. avail. near IM. Ldry., A/C,
prkg., $$ neg. 996-2948. May-Aug.
2 BDRM. in U-Towers, A/C, pool, game
room, weights, lots of closet space, close to
bars & food. $600/best. May-Aug. 332-6129.
One bdrm. rate also avail.
7 BEDROOM house. May-Aug. Mary St.
Group or indiv. $300/mo. neg. 332-1979.
AFFORDABLE ROOM in apt. for May-
Sept. w/ prkg., A/C, 2 bales. Skylight & great
location. Call Vic, 332.0658.
VAILABLE MARCH. Share 2 room apt.
w/female. Near UM $295+util. 741-0677.
BEAUTIFUL 2 BDRM., bi-level apt. Sum-
mer sublet near Central Campus & C.C.R.B.
+ private shuttle. Call 668-1096.
BEST SUBLET AROUND! Near school of
nursing. Studio-all windows & wood
paneling. $65/mo. Avail. May 4.668-1766.
GREAT LOCATION Pets OK, Furnished, 1
Bdrm. Hardwood floors, dates negotiable.
$690/inclusive..668-2966. Leave msg.
LG. 2 BDRM. APT. Avail. May 7. Balc., A/
C, prkg., ldry., util. 761-9277.
GR OOM on Hill & Oakland. Furn.,
tch., Indry. Males only $250. 995-3276.
NICE 1 BDRM. in 2 bdrm. a . Close to
emps. Ldry., pool, prkg., A/C, wshr. $267/
mo. incl. heat & water. 819-6130.
SHARE 3 BDRM. apt. in Kerrytown area
with two female students and a cat $295.00/
mo. includes utilities, six month lease. Call
Larry 434-5787 or Randy 434-2350.
!AAHH, THINK MONEY! Money for
college available, proven results. Recorded
message 24 hrs. 973-8719 x112.
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ANN ARBOR INSTITUTE of Massage
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ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS!!! Grants
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PREGNANT? Don't face your choices
alone. Today's adoption choices may
pleasantly surprise you. Why not call Cheryl
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1800-BETHANY, before you decide to go
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QUALITY PSYCHOTHERAPY &
psychological assessment for flexible fees.
Judith Horvath, M.S. 747-6716.
RESUME SERVICE: Fast, friendly, profes-
sional & accurate. Grade A Notes at Ulrich's
Bookstore, Second Floor, 549 E. University
THESIS EDITING by experienced
prfessional. Language, organization, format.
TYPING & WRITING
Resumes, cover letters, applications &
essays. Ann Arbor Typing 994-5515.
VCR . TV - AUDIO SERVICE
Immediate attention, pick-up & delivery
available... Rentals of big screen TVs,
camcorders, TVs and sound equipments. Ask
about our used equipments inventory. 215
South Ashley (1/2 block north of Liberty St.
down town Ann Arbor) Telephone: 668-7942
$$ CRUISE SHIPS HIRING!! Students
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ce Necessary! Call 919/929-4398 ext.C210.
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typists/PC users. Toll free 8/898-9778 ext.
T-1864 for listings.
***FREE TRIPS & CASH!***
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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.
ACCOUNTANT- Full charge for real estate,
property management, mortgage loan and
light construction multi-company firm. Hand-
les all aspects from banking, pay-roll, escrow
accounting, & multi-level general ledger thru
trial balance & tax reporting. Bachelors in
Accounting or equivalent plus at least five
years exp. required. Must be fluent in
icrosoft Works for Windows, spreadsheets,
databases, & both manual & computerized
accounting systems. 761-2470 for appt. or
fax resume to 994-0624.
ALASKA EMPLOYMENT- fishing
industry. Earn up to $3000-$6000+ per
month. Room & Board! Transportation! Male
or Female. No experience necessary! 206/
971-3510 ext. A55982.
ATTENTION STUDENTS! American
Photo Marketing is seeking photographers
wanting part-time employment for campus
events. Contact Steve at 313/677-3832, Mon-
day-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
CAMP COUNSELORS join the exciting ad-
venture and share the rewards and memories
at summer camp! Top ranked camps in the
Pocono Mtns. of PA need counselors ex-
pened tahn water and land sports,
/ aie Guards, Tennis, Climbing, Arts
and morel Salary plus room & board. 2 hours
from NYC. Call 215/887-9700 or write: 151
Washington Lane, Jenkinstown, PA 19027.
CAMP COUNSELORS - OUTSTANDING
SLIM DOWN CAMPS: Tennis, Dance,
Slimnastics, WSI, Athletics, Nutrition
Dietetics. Age 20+. Seven weeks. CAMP
CAMELOT on College Cam puses at
CALIFORNIA. Contact: Michele Friedman,
947 Hewlett Drive, North Wookmere, N.Y.
Looking for responsible mdiv. to clean
office. Duties inc. Vacuuming,, empt trash,
& dusting. Flex. hrs. lhr. ea.MW, or Sat.
or Sun. 6pm.to 12 a.m. $10/hr. Apply in
~o-220 E. Huron, suite 220 Ann Arbo
COMPUTER PROGRAMMER wanted.
Experience designing computer games. Part-
time flexible hours. Detroit area. 810/258-
0787 or 810/626-8151.
TEACHERS NEEDED in South Korea
immediately. Bachelor's required. No fees.
Contact us at English Teacher Recruiting
Service, 9011-2 George Avenue, Berrien
Springs, MI. 49103-1620, or 616/473-2129.
COUNSELORS: CAMP WAYNE, sister/
brother camp, Northeast Pennsylvania, 6/20-
8/18/96. Have the most memorable sum-
mer of your life! Coaches, teachers, and col-
lege age students for: Team Sports, Tennis,
Gymnastics, Fine Arts, Swimming, Sailing,
Camping/Nature, Cheerleading, Dram
Director, Videographer/Driver (21+), Chef &
Assistant, Book-keeper, Kitchen,
Groundsperson. On Campus Interviews,
March 14th. 1-800/279-3019.
CUSTODIAN MICHIGAN THEATER
must be wiling to work late nigt hours.
$5.50/hr. Plus free movie an concert
passes!l Pick up application at the Michigan
Theater Box Office, 603 E. Liberty.
DIRECT CARE WORKERS full & part-
time positions available to work with
developmentally disabled adults. Competi-
tive wages & excellent benefits provided.
High school diploma/GED & valid Michigan
driver's license required. Call 313/665-1152.
EARN $1000's at home watching tv. Full &
part-time le needed to get started. Call
1800/617-888 ext. 55.
EARN EXTRA MONEY over Spring
Break. Strong amiable women needed to as-
sist disabled woman. Should enjoy cats. 662-
EASTERN EUROPE JOBS- teach basic
conversational English in Prague, Budapest,
or Krakow. No teaching certificate or
A major Grocery Distribution center is now
hiring warehouse order selectors, $9.25/r. to
start. Ideal candidates will possess the
*Ability to work Saturdays
*Ability to handle repeated heavy lifting
*Good basic math & reading skills
Become part of a team that values quality in
our people. Accepting applications Mon.-Fri.
10 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. or send resume to:
12701 Middlebelt Rd.
Livonia, MI 48150
Fax: 313/523-2345 E.O.E.
FULL-TIME SANDWICH PREP Days,
good starting pay, good working
environment. Apply in person at the Back Al-
Vl Gourmet 611 S. Main in the S. Main
GYMNASTICS instructors wanted. Must be
enthusiastic, energetic, have teaching ex-
peine&transportation. Mon. thri Fri.
430 -7 p.m. & Sat. 9 am. - noon. 971-
HIRING STUDENTS part-time front desk
clerks for now thru summer-fall. Mornings,
afternoons, and evenings. Saturday, Sunday,
midnight and weekend 8 hour shifts also
available. Call 764-3177 or apply in person at
the Michigan League, 911 N. University.
HUNGRY HOWIE'S Pizza now hiring
drivers. Drivers earn up to $9/hr. Call after
3:30 p.m. 994-5464 or 421-1064.
JCC'S CAMP RAANANA is now hiring
June 17-August 23. All positions avail.
Counselor pay starts at $1650. Call Craig
Pollack at the JCC for more info. and an
MACKINAC ISLAND- Book lovers
wanted! Sales clerks needed for island
bookstore. Summer '96. 961 Nampa Ct. Troy
MI 48084 Call 810/647-3944. Housing avail.
N.F.L. UNEMPLOYED? Not for long. Call
NATIONAL PARKS HIRING - Positions
are now available at National Parks, Forests
& Wildlife Preserves. Excellent benefits +
bonuses! Call: 1-206/971-3620 ext. N55984.
NEED TO BUILD YOUR RESUME? In-
stead of an unpaid internship get concrete
sales and management experience. Contact
NO JOKE. ARE YOU tired of answering
stupid ads? I am tired of interviewing stupid
people. Please call 1-800/653-3620.
NOW HIRING- par-time cooks for winter
& spring terms. No experience necessary.
Good hrs., great pay, apply at 310 Maynard
OUR FIRM IS looking for individuals who
want to gain comprehensive management ex-
perience next summer. Earn $6000 to
$10,000 per summer. Positions available
throughout Michigan inc. Rochester, Utica,
Troy, Farmington, Bloomfield, Novi,
Lvonia, Flint, Grand Rapids, Holland, Mus-
kego and more. 800/887-1960.
PART-TIME DRIVERS needed for an auto
arts wholesaler. Must be 21. Flex. hrs. App-
person Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at ISW.
3965 Varsity St. Ann Arbor or phone 971-
POSTAL & Government jobs $21/hr. +
benefits. No experience. Will train. Call 313/
POSTER HANGER wanted. Part-time
around campus. 332-8777.
REWARDING, EXCITING summer for
sophomore and older college students- camp
counselor positions avail, in the Colorado
Rockies. Backpacking, Weste riding, water
activities, natural science and many outdoor
programs. Write: Sanborn Western Camps,
P.O. Box 167, Florissant, CO, 80816.
SALES EXPERIENCE. Want it? Get some
selling environmental products. Contact
SALES REP. WANTED- Flexible hrs., avg.
commission $100 pr sale. Fraternity or
sorority member a pus. 665-1771.
SALESPERSON NEEDED to work mom-
ings at Girard's watches 1214 S. University
(under Tower Records) call 663-4141.
SECURITY GUARDS NEEDED for U of
M campus. Part & full-time available w/
flexible schedule. Apply@ ESate Security
Services 525 Church. 668-0444. O.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED, O negative.
For this blood type, $120 is paid per accep-
table donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box 2674,
Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an infer-
tility clinic. Male students or grads. 20-40
yrs. old are sought. Donors are paid $60 per
acctable donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box
267 , Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
SUMMER BUSINESS. Are you an
entrepreneur? Great opportunity with low
start-up cost. Management training, earn up
to $600/wk Vehicle req. Call Greenland Ir-
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS Camp
Michigania, U of M Alumni Family Camp in
Boyne City, June 8-Aug. 31. Openings in
Aerobics, Ceramics, Child Care, Food
Service, Sports, Tennis, more!Must be at
least 18. Contact Allison Schuster, Asst. Dir.
616/582-9191, 03006 Camp Sherwood Road,
Boyne City, MI 48712.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 1 year old girl.
Saturdays 3-7 p.m., Mon./Wed. 3-5 p.m.
Must have own car. 665-8603.
MATURE CARE-TAKER for teen son, 7-8
a.m. before school west side 668-1309.
OVERNIGHT HELP needed for care of
newborn triplets. 24 nights/week, references
required. Call 483-8346.
WANTED: Terrific babysitter for after
school 3 days a week (M, W, Th, 2:30-6).
Care for 2 girls, 9 and 14. $8/hr. Begin Mar.
1. Summer possibilities. Must have car.
Cooking. References. Call Jane or Lance
2 BUSH TKTS. Palace Feb. 28, sold out.
Best offer accepted. 313/513-4987.
AAAA! SPRING BREAK! Panama City! 8
days room with kitchen. $1191 Walk to best
bars! 7 nights in Key West $259! Cocoa
Beach Hilton (Great beaches/near Disney).
$169! Daytona $139! 1-800/678-6386.
AAAA! SPRING BREAK! Last Minute
Specials. 6 Days Bahamas Party Cruise $299
Quad. Sail From Florida! Includes Meals
And Parties! Hurry Only 10 Rooms Left! I-
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Lowest Airfares available
on most airlines:
Europe * Asia S. America * Africa. Australia
ATTENTION SPRING BREAKERS!
Book Now! Jamaica/Cancun/Bahamas $399,
Florida $129. Organize Groups & Go Free.
Endless Summer Tours 1-800234-7007.
COZY WINTER HIDEAWAY Log cabins
$54-75 nightly. Incl. outdoor hot tub & ski
trails. Traverse City 616/276-9502.
SPRING BREAK Bahamas $509, other des-
tinationsavail. Call Dan, Regency Travel
665-6122, 209 S. State.
SPRING BREAK Marco sl., Fl. I bdrm.
Near beach. Spa. $650/wk. 212/472-1414.
PANAMA......Best Buy.......from $129
7 Niqhts beach front & daily free drink partiesi
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For a free brochure call:
ENDLESS SUMMER TOURS
pacing is limited!
SPRING 'REAKERS Condos available
with beach view. Great prices, prices
negotiable. Call collect 210/761-7882 or 210/
943-1972 or 210/806-2391.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Linda at
Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.
WORLDWIDE LOW FARES Eurail passes
665-6122. Regency Travel, 209 S. State.
HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio 302 E.
Liberty, 665-8001. Repair, repair, repair.
Lessons, lessons. Not just guitar.
JERRY GARCIA lithographs- affordable.
FREE FINANCIAL AID! Over $6 Billion
in public and private sector grants & scholar-
ships 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.
1 FEM. ROOMMATE needed to share hse.
w/6 laid back females. Own room prkg., ldry.
Linden St. Sept. lease 764-8689.
2 MALE ROOMMATES needed to share 6
bedroom/3 bath house. May lease 332-4859.
FEMALE ROOMATE for 3 Bedroom
house Great location leat & water included
$300. Call Kim @ 3324173.
LOOKING FOR A ROOMMATE? I need
housing from March-July and need to know
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(contact me at 669-0238). Otherwise, please
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WASHINGTON (AP) - The Navy
ordered its F-14 fighter jets worldwide
to stop flying for three days after a crash
yesterday in the Persian Gulf, the third
catastrophic loss for the Navy's front-
line fighter in less than a month.
The pilot and radar intercept officer
ejected safely before the crash in the early
morning accident. They were rescued in
the northern gulf by ,
a helicopter from the
carrier USS Nimitz This 11
from which the F-14
was flying, officials mystery
There was no'-
hostile action in- Chief SI
volved, Navy Defense Se
Ross said, adding
that there was no immediate explana-
tion of what went wrong.
An F-14 crashed Sunday in the Pacific
Ocean; another crashed Jan. 29 in Nash-
ville, Tenn. Ten have gone down in the
past two years and 32 since 1991, a record
at least a little worse than forotherplanes.
"This is a mystery," said Kenneth
Bacon, chief spokesperson for Defense
Secretary William Perry.
Just two days earlier Bacon had said
in response to questions about Sunday's
crash, in which the two crewmen were
killed, that the Navy saw no pattern in
The Michigan Daily - Friday,_February 23, 1996 - 7
Flights halted in
Navy plane crash
recent F-14 crashes that would call for
special safety precautions.
Each of the last three planes to crash
was based at Miramar Naval Air Station
near San Diego, although they were from
different squadrons. Six ofthe Navy's 13
F-14 squadrons are at Miramar. The oth-
ers arc at Oceana Naval Air Station in
a dent, Adm. Mike
val operations, or-
dered a 72-hour
Cenneth Bacon "stand down"ofthe
kesperson for fullF-14fleetof337
retary William planes. In that pe-
Perryriod ateam of Navy
safety and engineer-
ing experts will re-
view the latest crashes in search of
common threads, officials said.
The planes cost $32 million apiece.
Bacon said the F-14s were not being
grounded for a specific mechanical
problem but to allow experts to "wrack
their brains for any explanation, no
matter how farfetched."
The three-day hiatus also allows for a
"period of reflection" for all involved in
F-14 operations, including pilots, main-
tenance people and contractors, to recon-
sider their procedures and search for im-
provements, Bacon said.
Integmation in South
Africa faces boycotts
Rural whites oppose
integration of schools,
mount legal challenge
The Washington Post
POTG IETERSRUS, South Africa-
The all-white primary school here that
has become a symbol of South Africa's
tortured path toward racial integration
in education saw empty classrooms,
youthful tears, adult acrimony and
threats of retribution as black children
yesterday attended their first day of
classes under heavy police guard.
President Nelson Mandela, who has
been attempting with mixed results to
lead his fragile 22-month-old democracy
through the difficult process ofpost-apart-
heid racial reconciliation, intervened in
the dispute by urging both sides to pro-
ceed with sensitivity and caution.
But the integration case in this polar-
ized Northern Province town 150 miles
north of Johannesburg appeared to have
spun out of control as white parents
boycotted the Potgietersrus Primary
School yesterday. The 16 black chil-
dren who attended classes were joined
by only 20 of the 700 white students,
most of whom are Afrikaners.
Although Potgietersrus (pronounced
Pote-HEE-ters-roos) is not the first pub-
lic school to integrate since apartheid
ended in South Africa, the anti-integra-
tion court challenge lodged by white par-
ents is the first maior constitutional test of
the seemingly conflicting rights of equal
access to education and language-spe-
cific education for South Africa's many
ethnic groups, including its small minor-
ity of Afrikaners, who are white descen-
dents ofthe early European settlers. Afri-
kaans-speakers make up 57 percent ofthe
nation's white population, which is only
12 percent of the country's total popula-
tion of 42 million.
The second day of the integration,
dispute began with about 100 police
officers, armored vehicles and police
dogs ringing the school grounds in case
of trouble. The black parents streamed
intotheschool with their children, brav-
ing the angry stares of several Afrikaner
parents who gathered to enforce their
boycott by turning away other white
parents. In interviews, some Afrikaner
parents spoke disparagingly of blacks
and vowed to keep their white children
out of the school.
One white, English-speaking parent,
Sue Skelton, retrieved her daughter from
school at mid-morning. With disgust in
her voice, Skelton said even she had been
madeto feel unwelcomeby theAfrikaners
in what she called "this racist town."
As Stella and Gert Engelbrecht, an
elderly Afrikaner couple, stood at the
school to show moral support to a black
employee who was enrolling his child,an
angry Afrikaner woman burst through
the crowd of reporters and shook her
finger in the Englebrechts' faces, saying
in Afrikaans: "This has got nothing to do
with you because you're not a parent. Get
lost! We'll mark you!"
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POOLVILLE, Texas (AP) - Linda
Dixon stood ankle-deep in the ashes
looking for bits and pieces of her life.
She wasn't having much luck.
"There's nothing left. Nothing," she
said, her face ruddy and covered with
soot from digging in 90-degree heat.
Dixon's small wood-frame ranch
house was one of 65 homes destroyed
by raging grass fires that continued to
spread yesterday in Parker and Wise
counties in north Texas, fueled by gusty
winds and grass so dry from drought
that it crackled beneath one's feet.
In all, some 16,000 acres had burned
yesterday afternoon, down from earlier
estimates, by the time firefighters had
about 70 percent ofthe flames contained.
The grass fire near Poolville, 35 miles
northwest of Fort Worth, also injured at
least 49 people. Another 90 buildings
and an equal number of vehicles were
with her husband and 3-year-old son,
said they lost their home in a matter of
"I had the hose going," she said. "We
thought we were OK, but the wind
shifted, stopped and changed direction
on us. It was here just like that.".
The family turned its livestock, cattle
and hogs loose to fend for themselves.
"It's about all you can do," she said.
"The flames were just everywhere. The
heat was just so intense. The flames
All that remained of the barn was the
corrugated tin roof, which lay over a
smoking heap of ashes.
"My husband managed to drive the
tractor down into the field and saved
it," she said. "The clothes on my back
are all that I have. But it's just things -
we'll be all right."
Bush, who flew over Parker County to
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