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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, March 19, 1996 - 7

LOCAL/STATE
Engler moves to
end tuition waivers

THESIS EDITING by experienced EXCELLENT SUMMER business training SUMMER CAMP POSITIONS: Ann Arbor SUMMER JOB - Begins May. Childcare in
professional. Language, organization, format. opp. Good comm. skills, detail oriented, & YMCA overnight and day camps now hiring. my westside home for my 22 mo. old. $7/hr..
996-0566. some computer proficiency req. A2 & Metro Mission to provide kids w/best summer ex- 15-20 hrs./wk. Flex. exp. pref., ref. req. Non
TYPING & WRITING Detroit. Call Jason at 669-9314. prience in an outdoor environ. Counselors smoker only 663-6935.
Resumes, cover letters, applications & GREAT SUMMER opportunity. Asphalt and activity staff. 18 yrs. or older. Exp. w/ WARM, RELIABLE SITTER for girl, age
essays. Ann Arbor Typing 994-5515. maintenance co. looking for daytime children a plus. Call Matt Aberbach at 663- 8, Tues. 6:30-8:30 p.m. $7/hr. 665-4719.
VCR TV . - A13UI SEDRVICE' lb S id Fii Mk $whil 0536. E.O.E.
saJU~.A3.,Jaiai~u p~iuU536.riNE.0.w1.u

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Immediate attention, pick-up & delivery
available... Rentals of big screen TVs,
camcorders, TVs and sound equipments. Ask
bout our used equipments inventory. 215
outh Ashley (1/2 block north of Liberty St.
down town Ann Arbor) Telephone: 668-7942
or 769-0342..

$$$ WANTED: Self-motivated & ambitious
individuals for lucrative summer sales posi-
ton in Ann Arbor and Metro-Detroit.
Uexible hours. The sky is the limit. Call
Mason at 669-9314.
$10,000 SUMMER job, challenging
assignment, management exp. If this oppor-
tunity is appealing then our asphalt co. is
right for you. Take charge & get well rewar-
ded for the effort. A2 and Metro Detroit. Call
Jason at 669-9314.
$1750 WEEKLY possible mailing our
circulars. For info. call 202/393-7723.
***FREE TRIPS & CASH!***
Find out how hundreds of students are
already eaming FREE TRIPS and LOTS OF
A ASH, with America's #1 Spring Break
" tnpany! Sell only 15 trips and travel free!
Choose Cancun, Bahamas, Mazatlan, or
Florida. CALL NOW! TAKE A BREAK
STUDENT TRAVEL. 800/95-BR EA K!
25-35 YR. OLD men needed for psychology
study. We seek men whose parents divorced
during childhood. Also men from non divor-
ced families. $20 for 2 hrs. Family Back-
ground Project 936-4960.
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
AARIA, P.O. 2674, Ann Arbor, Al 49106.
SUMbIER RESIDENT COUNSELOR
'3ohb could be yours. SUMMER
DISCOVERY, a pre-college enrichment
program for h.s. students at U-M is looking
for energetic, multi-faceted counselors for 7
weeksJune 18-Aug. 4. Salary plus room and
board at Stockwell Hall (co-ed). Must be 21
by June 18. On campus interviews late
March/early April. Call 800/645-6611 for ap-
plication- mention this ad!
A"1 LAWN CARE is seeking hard-working
individuals for outdoor summer employment.
663-3343 (see display ad).
Summer Business
Are YOU an entrepreneur?
Great opportunity with low start-up cost.
Management training earn up to
$600/wk. Vehicle req.
'AI, GREKNI.AND IRRIMATION 1-800-361-4074
ALASKA EMPLOYMENT- Fisheries,
parks, resorts now hiring. Earn to $3,000-
$6,000+/mo.! Airfare! Room/Board! Free
Fishery Video w/ rogram! Call SEI 919/
#2-1489, ext. A 15.
ALASKA SUMMER employment- Fishing
industry. Earn up to $3,000-$6,000+ per
month. Room and board! Transportation!
Male/Female. No experience necessary!
(206)971-3510 ext. A55983.
.APPLY' NOW! SUMMER grounds/main-
tenane help needed for work beginning in
May. Locations could include Ann Arbor,
Ypsi., West Bloomfield, & Farmington area.
Apply in person, Triad Mgmt. Corp. 339 :.
Libert4 Suite 300.
- ATENTION ENGLISH & history majors!
i~m mer work avail. w/ exp. to help your
sume. Make $2000/mo. this summer. Call
Shelley at 665-0406 for more info.
BAIBYSI'TER NEEDED for 5 & 7 yr. olds,
most Wed. nights, other nights occasionally.
Non-smoker. Ref. req. Call 994-8715 for
interview, I1-12 noon or 6-7:30 p.m.
BASEBALL FANS!!
Local baseball statistics firm needs
Unix literate baseball fans, full and half-time,
April 1-October 1. S7.50-$15.00/hr. 741-
8829.
CAMP COUNSELORS - OUTSTANDING
SLIM DOWN CAMPS: Tennis, Dance,
Slimnastics, WSI, Athletics, Nutrition
ctetics. Age 20+. Seven weeks. CAMP
SAMELOT on College Campuses at
'MASSACHUSETTS, PENNSYLVANIA,
CALIFORNIA. Contact: Michele Friedman,
947 Hewlett Drive, North Wookmere, N.Y.
11581. 800/421-4321.
CLERK A- Student needed to assist Physics
research secretaries with office duties. About
10 hrs./wk. Work Study pref. Contact Candy
at 936-1027.
COLLEGE STUDENTS Beat the college
,Wish. Apply now for Summer work. Part-time
now, full-time over Summer. Flex. schedules,
$10.25,to start, training provided. Call 971-
*122 M-W 11-4.
COMPANION/H ELPER for a 27 yr. old.
Needed for about 2 wks. Afternoons &
evenings. SS/hr. 810/227-9335.
CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH
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, Cook/ Kitch. Mgr. needed
at Coed summer camp near Ann Arbor. Call
313/878-6228 for more information.'
CRAZY PEOPLE- Is your job driving you
razy while overworking & underpaying
onu? If so, call 677-4551.
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.
EOE.
DOES YOUR SUMMER WORK SUCK?
Check out our 130 year old program.
Last summer 40 UM students' average
profit exceeded $8000. 5 positions available.
11 majors. Dirk @ 665-7119.
ASTERN EUROPE JOBS- Teach basic
conversational English in Prague, Budapest,
or Krakow. No teaching certificate or
European languages required. Inexpensive
Room & Board + other benefits. For info.
call: (206) 971-3680 ext. k55982.

iaorrs oanaposton. Wae a wte
working outdoors in Ann Arbor or Metro
Detroit. Call Jason @ 669-9314.
HIGHLY MOTIVATED student wanted as
summer manager of taint contractor in
Rochester/Troy area. Exc. pay, benefits &
exp. This is not a student business. 800/761-
3218.
HOME HEALTH AIDES NEEDED to care
for clients in their homes in Washtinaw
county. Own transportation and phone
required. Call ITIC at 971-4200.
HOSTESS HELPER 5-11 p.m. Sat. March
23. $6.50/hr. Daytime, Call 763-1091. Eves.,
668-8044.
HOTEL VALET
Now selecting key player
for Ann Arbor s
#1 service team!
Opportunity for an energetic, hard working,
responsible person with exceptional "people
skills." Daytime position available part-time
or full-time. Apply at 300 S. Thayer (on U of
M campus).
LOOKING FOR A summer job? Ann Arbor
Racquet Club is hiring for full and part-time
grounds. Must be hard working and over 18.
Call ASAP. 971-5328.
MACKINAC ISLAND Resort Hotel seeking
summer staff-front desk, dining rm., kitchen,
maintenance, bicycle mechanic &
housekeeping. Contact Marti Winkel, Iro-
quois lotel Winter Office, 669-8091.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE! At Camp Jened
we provide a holiday for adults with a wide
range of disabilities. Work in the Catskill
Mountains of New York State. Meet friends
and have an experience you'll treasure for
life. June 3 - August 23. Lifeguards, cooks
and counslors welcomed. For more
information call Kate Mace at 914/434-2220,
fax 914/434-2253, e-mail
CampJcned@aol.com or write P.O. Box 483,
Rock Hill, NY 12775.
NATIONAL PARKS HIRING - Positions
are now available at National Parks, Forests
& Wildlife Preserves. Excellent benefits +
bonuses! Call: 1-206/971-3620 ext. N55985.
NEED TO BUILD YOUR RESUME? In-
stead of an unpaid internship get concrete
sales and management experience. Contact
Jacob 973-7456.
NOW HIRING DRIVERS make $8-15 an
hour. Must have own car. Bring application
to Jimmy John's 929 E. Ann St.
N )UDE FEMALE MODELS wanted. No ex-
perience necessary. Must be 18 +. Up to
S360 every 6 hrs. Must have reliable
iransporlat ion. Page Francis 810/903-7000.
OFFICE ASSISTANT PART-TIME.
Typing, Word Processing & Customer
Experience. 994-5515.
OFFICE PERSON WANTED part-time,
Mac skills a must. 761-7204.
OUTSIDE JOBS! Now hiring- National
Parks, Ranches, Beach/Mt. Resorts! 500+
employers nationwide! Call SEI now! 919/
932-1489, ext. R15
PAID SUMMER INTERNSHIP: Manage a
University-related Ann Arbor business. Must
have good business sense and be motivated.
Good S. 303/413-0636.
CRUISE SHIPS/IAND TOURS CO.'S
NOW HIRING
Earn up to $2,500/month plus food, lodging,
transportation. World Travel. No experience
required. Many positions available. Male or
Female. Seasonal/Full Time.
(800) 638-6845, Ext. 2118
PAID SUMMER INTERNSHIPS. For
editorial & sales at local publishing firm.
Send cover letter/resume/writing samples to
Lisa @ SGI Publications, 212 E. Iluron, Ann
Arbor, 48104 by March 29.
PENNSYLVANIA COED children's over-
night camps seeks staff. Swim, crafts radio,
golf, nature, sailing, tennis, sports, archery &
general. Call 610/941-0128 for application or
write Mark Glaser, 16 Gum Tree Lane,
Lafayette Ilill, PA 19444.
POSTAL & Government jobs S21/hr. +
benefits. No experience. Will train. Call 313/
913 -5082.
PREMIERE BROTH ER-SISTE R CAMPS
IN MASSACHUSETTS
Counselor positions for talented and ener-
getic students as Program Specialists in all
Team Sports, especially Baseball, Roller
Iockey, Gymnastics, Field hockey, Soccer,
Volleyball; 30 Tennis openings; also Golf,
Archery, Riflery, Pioneering/Overnight
Camping, Ropes and Rock Clibing,
Weights/Fitness and Cycling; other openings
include Performing Arts, Fine Arts, Figure
Skating, Newspaper, Photography,
Yearbook, Radio Station, Cooking, Sewing,
and Rocketry; All Waterfront/Pool Activities
(Swimming, Skiing, Sailing, Windsurfing,
Canoeing/Kayaking). Top salaries, room,
board and travel. June 18th-August 17th.
Inquire:
MAH-KEE-NAC (Boys): 1-800/753-9118
DANIBE F (Girls): 1 -800/392-3752
PROGRAMMER Write code to put existing
educational game on WWW. Must be com-
pleted by July 1. Send application with ex-
perience and preferences to E. Barlow,
CMENAS, 144 Lane Hall 1290; questions,

764-0350.
REALTOR ASSISTANT- Work in a fast
paced environment where enthusiasm,
energy, and self motivation are essential.
Computer skills necessary. Knowledge of
real estate desirable but not required. Full
time but flexible hours. Salary plus incentive
bonus. Send resume to: Realtor, P.O. Box
4442, Ann Arbor, MI. 48106.
SALES EXPERIENCE. Want it? Get some
selling environmental products. Contact
Jacob 973-7456.
SECURITY GUARIDS needed for UM
campus. Part-time, full-time, over-time. Flex.
work sched. Apply @ State Security
Scheduling office, 525 Church, room 110211,
998-7201, Equal Opp. Employer.
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 S60 per
acceptable donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box
2674, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
SPRING BREAK Attitudes needed. Iigh
energy, fun people needed for expansion in
A2. 677-4550, no phone interviews.

SUN-DRENCHED SUMMER JOBS!
AVAILABLE NOW AT
A-1 LAWN CARE
Ann Arbor's Largest Lawn Maintenance Co.
* 40-50 Hrs./Wk.
" Outdoor Work
* Will Train
Crew Leader & Crew Member positions
through fall start at $6-6.50/hr. Snow
removal by moonlight in winter at $12-14/
hr. Will work around School
Schedule. Apply today at 719W.
Ellsworth #8 (1 Block West of State St.)
8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. or call 663-3343
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS:
Camp Michigania, U-M Alumni Family
Camp in Boyne City, June 8-Aug 31.
Openings in Arts & Crafts/Ceramics, Child
Care, Food Service, Horseback Riding,
Nature!: Must be at least 18.
Contact Allison Schuster, Asst. Director, 616/
582-9191, 03006 Camp Sherwood Road,
Boyne City, MI 49712.

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY-One way airline
ticket for sale for Sunday, May 5th.
$150 or best. Call Ken at 741-5928.
ROMANTIC GETAWAY. Cozy log cabins.
$54-$75 nightly. Includes outdoor hot tubs,
ski trails, close to downhill. Traverse City.
616/276-9502.
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 Instant pur-
chase Eurail passes. Shannon, London from
$399. Frankfurt from $599. Beijing-effective
5/1 from $999. Regency Travel, 209 S. State.
665-6122.
mus.c

SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
$600iW'K.
PLACING ALL MAJORS
CALL 769-6446.

SUMMER JOBS
Land/Water Sports
Prestige Children's Camps Adirondack
Mountains. Near Lake Placid.
1-800~786-8373.
SUMMER POSITIONS! If you are inter-
ested in gaining experience in management,
marketing, sales, or general business, buil-
ding an impressive resume, or gaining a pos-
sible internship, call QTP and earn $7,000-
$9,000 this summer while doing it. Our com-
pany will hire students to fill positions in the
areas of ANN ARBOR and, UTICA. Call 1-
800/356-5987 to receive more information
about this opportunity.
Summer Groundskeepers
Help maintain all that is green on
campus. Assist in planting, fertilizing &
pruning trees, shrubs & flowers. Duties
also include daily litter pick-up, lawn
mowing, trimming, & weeding flower &
shrub beds. Pay starts at $6.50/hour.
Self-motivation, dependability, enthusi-
asm, desire to learn & genuine interest
in caring for the earth are essential.
Call 764-3422 for application
University of Michigan
Grounds Services
1110 E. Huron Street
S\\ IM IING POOL maintenance, general
labor positions available. S400-600 and up
per week for honest and hardworking college
students. Call 810-477-7727 (collect calls
welcomed).
TEACH ENGLISH A BROAID - Make up to
S25-S45/hr. teaching basic conversational
English abroad. Japan, Taiwan, and S. Korea.
Many employers provide room & board +
other benefits. No teaching background or
Asian languages required. For more infor-
mation call: 206/971-3570 ext. J55985.
'IEACHIR. SUMMNERt reading enrichment
programs for children and adults. S400-500/
week. Paid training. Full medical benefits.
Requires warm, analytical college graduate
or grad student w/ car. Call 313/332-0559.
UM 1 R ES Ilave fun and make extra cash
Spr./ Sum. Umpire youth/adult baseball/
softball. Pay is S17-30/game. For more info.
call Ann Arbor Public Schools Rec. & Ed. at
994-23001 ext. 214..
WANT A SUMM ER JOB? The Michigan
Daily is hiring Display Account Executives
for Spr./Sum. terms. Sell advertisements,
cam commission-based pay, gain business
experience & future mgmt. opportunities.
Pick lip application at 420 Maynard. Dcead-
ine : Wed., March 20.
WAN'l'I:D EN'l'R EPR ENEURS- Develop a
55000-10000 income w/in 4-6 wks. workig
from home- Not MIAI. No meetings. No
inventory. Turn key team approach w/ no
selling. Do you desire walth and abundance
in all areas of your life? Investment $500. 1-
800/689-3924.

From Staff and Wire Reports
Pounding a giant drum and singing,
about 100 Native Americans rallied at the
state Capitol yesterday to protest the
governor's proposaltoendatuition waiver
for Native Americans.
"Most of the Native students won't
be able to go to college anymore if
they get rid of the waiver," said An-
drew Adams III, president of the
University's Native American Stu-
dents Association.
Adams and about 15 students
missed classes to attend yesterday's
demonstration. The protesters milled
about carrying signs: "Don't Help
Breed Ignorance," "Keep the Tuition
Waiver," "Give Us the Waiver or Give
Us the Land."
It is the second year in the battle
over the Indian tuition waiver, which
pays for Indian students' tuition at
two-or four-year colleges. Established
in 1972, it was targeted for elimina-
tion last year by Gov. John Engler.
Supporters in the Legislature in-
serted it back into the governor's bud-
get plan last year. This year, they are
again trying to authorize it in the
higher education appropriations bill,
now in a Senate subcommittee.
"(Engler) shouldn't get ridofthe waiver
for legal and historical reasons," Adams
said. "It is the fulfillment of certain trea-
ties that have been signed."
The program grew outofatreaty nego-
tiatedin 1836 when theterritory ofMichi-
gan took Indian lands in exchange for
promises to give Native Americans ad-
equate education and health care.
Engineering junior Dennis Tadgerson,
whose tuition has been waived, said he is
more concerned about his younger sib-
lings receiving a college education.
"(If the program gets cut) my younger
brothers and sisters will not be able to go
to college," he said.
Tadgerson's seven older siblings have
all received their college education
through the help of the waiver.
About 1,800 state residents who are at
least one-quarterNative American qualify.
for the waiver annually, at a cost of about
$2 million a year.

HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio 302 E.
Liberty, 665-8001. Lessons, tuneup, lessons,
specials, repair. Not just guitar.
PARTYTIME? Areas Best Live Bands
4lhire. Many genres avail. Fun! Affordable!
Info/booking: Albie Prods. 747-6163.
anouncements

AP PHOTO
Protesters march outside the state
capitol in Lansing.
Engler says no group should be singled
out forspecial assistance, andthat Ameri
can Indians can seek other aid based on
financial need.
"We think it's no longer needed," Pat
Masserant, a spokesperson for Engler,
said yesterday. "All financial programs
should be based on need.
"Changeis always difficultforpeople,"
she said. "The money is there" for those
who have economic need.
But backers of the waiver program are
fighting to protect it.
"You really give us strength," Sen
Jackie Vaughn (D-Detroit) and an Ap-
propriations Committee member, told the
protesters. "This is the least we can do."
Paul Deerhouse, leader of the rally
and of the Native American Indian
Student Organization at Michigan
State University, urged the demon-
strators to keep pushing for the tu-
ition waiver program.
"We will stand up for it," he said.
"Myself, I wonder: What did we do to
him (Engler)?
"This guy is really going after us," he
said. "Our education is not going to be a
football."
- Daily Staff Reporter Katie Wang
contributed to this report

FR E E 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. Lct us help. Call Student
Financial Services: 1-800-263-6495 ext.
F55985.
JURORS NEEDED for mock trials at the
Law School: 3/25, 3/27, 3/28, 4/1, 4/3 or 4/4.
sign tip for I or more! Call: 763-4319.
1 OR 2 MALE ROOMMATES needed for
2 bdnn. apt. on S. Forest for Fall '96. Great
location! Call Jeff 741-7208.
FEMI. kRAD STUD. n-smkr. N. Campus 2
bdnn. ldry. prkg. Aug. Lesley 994-4256.
FEMAIE ROOMMATE needed to share a
fum. apt. Dishwasher. Ldry. Across from B-
school. $290/mo. itcl. heat and water. May-
May. Call Beth 764-1619.
ROOMMATES NEEDED to share large
contemporary 2 bdrm. apts. Call 741-9300.
STONEWALL CHILI Pepper Co.'s salsa
habenero is one of the world's hottest salsas.
It is only sold in Michigan at Tios Mexican
Restaurant, 333 E. Huron.
0,: Dersonal

Area TV viewers will
receive new channels

By Will Weissrt
Daily Staff Reporter
Students subscribing to basic cable
will receive eight new channels and
find two others in different places start-
ing March 29.
The new channels are not likely to
increase basic cable rates, but they may
leave the residence hall-based Michi-
gan Cable Network in limbo, said Mike
Clancy, the Michigan Cable Network's
coordinator.
Continental Cablevision, which be-
came the Washtenaw County cable sup-
plier last year with its buyout of Colum-
bia Cable, is adding the Golf Channel
on Channel 28, the History Channel on
42, the Entertainment channel on 58,
Court TV on 62, EWTN on 73, the Starz
Channel (HBO 2) on 74, and the FXm
Channel (20th Century Fox movie chan-
nel) on 76.
The Encore Channel will be moving
from Channel 28 to Channel 75, and
QVC will be moving from Channel 53
to 63. The two new movie channels -
HBO-2 and 20th Century Fox - will
be offered as premium channels. The
other new channels will be added to the
basic cable service.
The new channels may cause a con-
flict with the Michigan Cable Network,

which receives Continental's cable sig-
nal and then adds additional channels to
that signal from studios in South Quad.
The MCN broadcasts on Channels 8,
and Channels 70 and 75 on residence
hall cable systems - offering a variety
of programs, including residence hall
bulletin board services and a movie
channel. The new channels Continental
plans to add present a problem because
the company hopes to add channels on
73 and 74, Clancy said.
"We broadcast on those channels,
and now Continental wants to use them
to add programming," Clancy said.
"There will be a conflict."
Clancy said MCN has been in contact
with Continental officials and meetings
would be called to discuss the new
channel additions. "We hope to get this
problem resolved, but I expect the
Michigan Cable Network to continue
broadcasting from the same channels
until the end of the year," he said.
The basic cable rate is set by Conti-
nental and Entree Office officials, but
Clancy said the rate would not in-
crease with the addition of the new
channels.
"I don't control the prices but re-
cently the adding of additional chan-
nels has not effected the rates," he said.

PREGNANT? Are you or someone you care
about pregnant and not in a position to parent
at this time? Please help a loving couple be-
come a loving family. Call collect 810/360-
0223.

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ecommended. Guaranteed
)/827-2975
child care

FISH DOCTOR'S- Everything for your
aquarium! Next to Putt-Putt Golf on
Washtenaw. 434-1030.

AIBSOLU'EXL THE NICEST KII) in the
world is looking for a babysitter for 15-20
hours per week. Afternoons preferable, non-
smoker. Car a necessity. $5/hr. References
needed. Call Lisa Stelter at 668-7149.
BABYSITTER NEEDED Spr./Sum. Warm
and exp. person to care for 6 & 10 yr. old
kids in our Burns Park home. Occas. Wed.
eves., Sat. nights & some Sun. mornings. N-
smkr. w/ own trans. & refs. Please call 769-
2875.
CARING, MATURE person with car
needed for child care in our home. 6-8 hrs./
wk. References. $6/hr. Call 996-8643.
EXCEPTIONAL BABYSITTER wanted
for 3 wonderful boys, 3 year old twins, 9 mo.
old. Caring, fun, creative, energetic. Non-
smoking, car, references a must. 10-15 flex.
hrs./wk. 665-1651.
EXPERIENCED CARE needed for 15 mo.
girl in our home (1 mi. from N. Campus) for
20-25 hrs./wk. Good pay. 994-9589.
FULL/PART-TIME position to care for
energetic year old girl. Work at our A2 home.
N-smkr. $6/hr. or pay is neg. 8:30 a.m.-
5:30p.m. Mon.-Fri. 677-8803.
NEEDED- SITTER 28-32 hours. Must have
car. Pay negotiable. Call after 7 p.m. 995-
9367.
RESPONSIBLE ENTHUSIASTIC
childcare provider needed for Sat. eves. N-
smkr., exp., references. Start Apr. 994-0253.
SUMMER BABYSITTING JOB. Resp.
person needed for infant 4 days per week m
my home. Call Heather days 763-5959 or
eves. 761-6486 for phone interview.

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