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SPRJSUM. SUBLET 2 bdrm. apt. Great loc. ALASKA EMPLOYMENT- Fisheries, LOOKING FOR A summer job? Ann Arbor WORLDWIDE LOW FARES Instant pur-
Price neg. 930-9041 or 930-9013. arks, resorts now hiring. Earn to $3,000- Racquet Club is hiring for full and part-time THE OASIS IS HIRING energetic & en- chase Eurail passes. Shannon, London from
SPR/SU SUBLET- 2 bdrms, Central ChFps. hry0+/do Airfare! Room/Board Free grounds. Must be hard working and over 18. thusiastic desk staff. Openings are for $399 Frankfurt from $599. Beijing-effective
GSt Util incl. Fumr. $889/mo. 332- 9 2 w/program! Call SEI 919/ Call ASAP. 971-5328. weekends and evenings hrouh summer. 5/1 from $10. Regency Travel, 209 S.
S932-1489, ext. ApsCH 15. 51 s 2399 R. Traee 20. A b
6183 for more info! Apply inperson between the hours of 9 & 5 Sat. 665-6122.
QiiTUE IF"1 L'VLIAI nredpA Mi.Av-A . ALASKA SUMMER employment- Fishing MACKI1NAC ISLAND Reor Hotel sek a h Oasis, 2301 S. State St., Ann Arbor.

unDILr .A Lz neeaeA . ay . -xu .
5196/mo. At Hill & Church. Melissa 747-
6693.
SUBLET! 2 BEDROOM big enough for 4.
&UBated 1 block behind South Quad. Has air
ditioning, parking, free laundry, and deck.
Modem. 668-7130.
SUMMER SUBLET avail. Female only.
Parking available. Michelle 741-4822.
WASH. DC! 1 1g. rm. avail. May. 3 lvl., 2
bdrm. Tnhs. Hrdwd. firs. Sec. A/C. Bkyd.
Near subway. $400 703/960-8751.
services
$.
!AAHH, THINK MONEY! Money for
college available, proven results. Recorded
message 24 hrs. 973-8719 x112.
* SANDI'S WORD PRO: Resumes. Letters.
Papers. Theses. Law. Editing. Tapes. Fax.
Rush. U-M $ Discount. 426-5217.
ANN ARBOR INSTITUTE of Massage
Therapy's annual student massage clinic is
open. $25/hr. call 677-0030 & request a
dent massage."
ARIES WEB DESIGNS. Indiv., acad. &
comm.web sites. Good rates. (313) 769-8268
or email: jill@umich.edu
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS!!! Grants
& scholarships available! Billions of $$$ in
private funding. Qualify immediately. 1-800/
AID-2-HELP (1-800/243-2435).
CHRIS'S TYPING/WP- All typing: term
papers, CC's, applications, etc. All work
guaranteed. Rush avail. 995-4495.
RESEARCH INFORMATION
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rder Catalog Today with Visa / MC or COD
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IMPACT TECHNOLOGY SERVICES -
Resumes, word processing, desktop publish-
ing - best service, best turn around, best value
- and it could be FREE - Call today for details
572-1480.
LECTURE NOTES: We take notes in your
classes! Over 100 sets to choose from. Call or
P in and browse. Grade A Notes at
'S Cs Bookstore, Second Floor, 549 E.
University Ave., 741-9669.
RESUME SERVICE: Fast, friendly, profes-
sional & accurate. Grade A Notes at Ulrich's
Bookstore, Second Floor, 549 E. University
Ave., 741-9669.
SUMMER ON THE ISLAND! Mackinac
employment guide. Send chk. or M-O. $9.95
+ 2 S&H to Horizon Enterprises, Box 463,
Cheboygan, MI 49721.
THESIS EDITING by experienced
rofessional. Language, organization, format.
9-0566.
TYPING & WRITING
'sumes, 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 mventory. 215
South Ashley (1/2 block north of Liberty St.
down town Ann Arbor) Telephone: 668-7942
or 769-0342.

industry. Earn up to $3,000-$6,000+ per
month. Room and board! Transportaion!
Male/Female. No experience necessary!
(206)971-3510 ext. A55983.
APPLY NOW! SUMMER grounds/main-
tenance help needed for work beginning i
May. Locations could include Ann Arbor,
Ypsi., West Bloofield, & Farrington area.
Apply in person, Triad Mgmt. Corp. 339 E.
Liberty Suite 300.
ATTENTION ENGLISH & history majors!
Summer work avail. w/ exp. to help your.
resume. Make $2000/mo. this summer. Call
Shelley at 665-0406 for more info.
BAGEL FACTORY. Full & part-time posi-
tions avail. Apply in person. 663-3345.
BASEBALL FANS!!
Local baseball statistics firm needs
Unix literate baseball fans, full and half-time,
A ril 1-October 1. $7.50-$15.00/hr. 741-
8829.
BRIARWOOD MALL Candle Cart needs
you! Part-time, 15-25 flex. hrs. Immediate
start. 996-5810.
CAMP COUNSELORS OUTSTANDING
SLIM DOWN CAMPS: Tennis, Dance,
Slimnastics, WSI, Athletics, Nutrition
Dietetics. Age 20. Seven weeks. CAMP
CAMELOT on College Cam puses at
MASSACHUSETTS, PENNSYLVANIA,
CALIFORNIA. Contact: Michele Friedman,
947 Hewlett Drive, North Wookmere, N.Y.
11581. 800/421-4321.
COLLEGE STUDENTS Beat the college
rush. Apply now for Summer work. Part-time
now, full-time over Summer. Flex. schedules,
$10.25 to start, training provided. Call 971-
6122 M-W 11-4.
COMPANION/HELPER for a 27 yr. old.
Needed for about 2 wks. Afternoons &
evenings. $8/hr. 810/227-9335.
CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH
TEACHERS NEEDED in South Korea
inmediately. 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.
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.
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
DIRECT CARE - Experienced, motivated
staff sought to provide outreach and support
services to adults with mental illness in inde-
pendent housing. Challenging program re-
gqurs creativity, flexibility, and commitment.
$7.25/hr. to start. $7.50/hr. w/ CMH training.
Call the CHIL Initiative at 741-8821 for info.
and application. Full/part-time; evenings &
weekends avail.

summer staff-front desk, dining rm., kitchen,
maintenance, bicycle mechanic &
housekeepin. Contact Marti Winkel, Iro-
quois Hotel Winter Office, 669-8091.
MACKINAC ISLAND'S Murray Hotel
needs summer workers (No experience
required) & 2 year-round managers. Housing
available. Call 313/665-5750.
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 counselors welcomed. For more
information call Kate Mace at 914/434-2220,
fax 914/434-2253, e-mail
CampJened@aol.com or write P.O. Box 483,
Rock Hill, NY 12775.
MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR SUMMER
AT CAMP TACONIC. Prestigious coed
camp in beautiful Massachusetts seeks
motivated sophomores, juniors, seniors and
grads who love working with kids to be
general counselors and instructors in:
Aquatics, Athletics, Drama, Music, Arts &
Crafts, Science, Media, Cooking and
Pioneering. Competitive salaries. Join a dedi-
cated team. Have a rewarding and enjoyable
summer! Please call 1-800/762-2820.
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 intemship get concrete
sales and management experience. Contact
Jacob 973-7456.
NEEDS TUTOR for 8th grade student. Own
transportation necessary. 3 times/wk. 668-
8420.
NUDE FEMALE MODELS wanted. No ex-
perience necessary. Must be 18 +. Up to
$360 every 6 hrs. Must have reliable
transportation. Page Francis 810/903-7000.
OFFICE PERSON WANTED part-time,
Mac skills a must. 761-7204.
OUR CHILDREN NEED YOU to play &
learn with them at our child care centers. If
you are available any full or half days M-F,
7:30-5:30. Prefer if you are able to work
through May. $6.50/hr. Please call 761-2576
for details.
OUTSIDE JOBS! Now hiring- National
Parks, Ranches, Beach/Mt. Resorts! 50+
employers nationwidel Call SEI now! 919/
932-1489, ext. R15
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 Hill, PA 19444.
POSTAL & Government jobs $21/hr. +
benefits. No experience. Will train. Call 313/
913-5082.
PREMIERE BROTHER-SISTER CAMPS
IN MASSACHUSETTS
Counselor positions for talented and ener-
getic students as Program Specialists in all
Team Sports, especially Baseball, Roller
Hockey, Gymnastics, Field Hockey, Soccer,
Volleyball; 30 Tennis openings; also Golf,
Archery, Riflery, Pioneenng/Overnight
Camping, Ropes and Rock Climbing,
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
DANBEE (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.
SALES EXPERIENCE. Want it? Get some
selling environmental products. Contact
Jacob 973-7456.
SECURITY GUARDS needed for UM
campus. Part-time, full-time, over-time. Flex.
work sched. Apply @ State Security
Scheduling office, 525 Church, room 1102H,
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, M. 481..
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an infer-
tility clinic. Male students or grads. 20-40
yrs. old are sought. Donors are paid $60er
acceptable donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box
2674, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS:
Camp Michigania, U-M Alumni Family
Camp in Boyne City, June 8-Aug 31.
Opeings in Arts & Crafts/Ceramics, Child
Care, Food Service, Horseback Riding,
Naturel: Must be at least 18.

Contact Allison Schuster, Asst. Director, 616/
582-9191, 03006 Camp Sherwood Road,
Boyne City, MI 49712.
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
$600/WK.
PLACING ALL MAJORS
CALL 769-6446.
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 intemship, call QTP and earn $7,000-
$9,000 this summer while doing it. Our com-
pany will hire students to fill positions in the
aras of ANN ARBOR and ICA. Call -
800/356-5987 to receive more information
about this opportunity.

TOP PRIVATE COED children's camp, 2
hours from NYC, seeks general counselors
and specialists in Archery, Mountain Biking,
climbing and rappelling, Waterfront, Radio,
Computers, Rocketry, and more. Camp ex-
perience helpful but not necessary. Meet with
Michigan students who are returning. Call
Gregg at 669-0037 or David at 994-4238.
UMPIRES Have fun and make extra cash
Spr./ Sum. Umpire youth/adult baseball/
softball. Pay is $17-30/game. For more info.
call Ann Arbor Public Schools Rec. & Ed. at
994-2300 ext. 214.
WANTED ENTREPRENEURS- Develop a
$5000-10000 income w/in 4-6 wks. working
from home- Not MLM. No meetings. No
inventory Tum key team approach w/ no
sellinig. Do you desire wealth and abundance
in all areas of your life? Investment $500. 1-
800/689-3924.
WANTED: 100 students, lose 8-100 lbs.
New metabolism breakthrough. I lost 12 lbs.
in 15 days. Dr. recommended. Guaranteed
results. $35. 1/800/827-2975.
WANTED: Aggressive, Persistent Profes-
sional outside sales reps needed. Protected
territories, full training and consistent train-
ing provided, no overnight travel. Metro
Detroit area. College graduates and graduat-
ing seniors need only apply. Long term
employment, promotional opportunities and
full benefits provided. Mail resumes to 29200
Vassar, Suite 500, Livonia, MI 48152.

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

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.
F55985.
JURORS NEEDED for mock trials at the
Law School: 3/25, 3/27, 3/28, 4/1, 4/3 or 4/4.
sign up for 1 or more! Call: 763-4319.

C

9 YEAR OLD GIRL recuperating at home
needs daytime sitter. Mornings and/or after-
noons near campus. Must be non-smoker,
warm & fun. $8/hr. 663-5740.
BABYSITI'ER NEEDED for my infant &
toddler girls. Occasional eves. & afternoons.
Car preferred, but not required. 668-6265.
BABYSITTER NEEDED Spr./Sum. Warm
and exp. person to care for 6 & 10 yr. old
kids in our Bums 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.
ENERGETIC, EXPERIENCED provider
for our two children this summer in N.E. Ann
Arbor. Start late April. Excellent pay. Non-
smoker, references required. 712-8062.
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.
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.
PART-TIME OPENING 3:30 to 5:30 Mon-
day to Friday. St. Paul's Early Childhood
Center, working with toddlers. 668-0887.
Start April 15.
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 in
my home. Call Heather days 763-5959 or
eves. 761-6486 for phone interview.
SUMMER JOB - Begins May. Childcare in
my westside home for my 22 mo. old. $7/hr.,
15-20hrs./wk. Flex. exp. pref., ref. req. Non
smoker only 663-6935.

1 ROOMMATE WANTED 2 bdrm. hse. w/
office. Many extras $400 + util. 971-1162.
FEM. GRAD STUD. n-smkr. N. Campus 2
bdrm. Idry. prkg. Aug. Lesley 994-4256.
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to share a
furn. apt. Dishwasher. Ldry. Across from B-
school. $290/mo. incl. heat and water. May-
May. Call Beth 764-1619.
MALE RMMTE. needed to occupy 1 bdrm.,
in 2 bdrm. apt. Newly fum. w/ balcony & air.
Heat & H20 free. Near Frieze Bldg. $450/mo.
12 mo. lease. Call Dan 332-6164 if
interested.
ROOMMATES NEEDED to share large
contemporary 2 bdrm. apts. Call 741-9300.

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about it from here," said Kci vic,
who keeps up with new devel ents
by reading foreign newspapers.
"I can't go back now becaug if I do
I'll get drafted. The military plice has
been looking for me," he said.
He hasnotbeen able to spealZithbis
mother in Belgrade for several months,
so he is not sure if the draft has eded
since the peace agreement. "Th'last
time the military police looked fto me
was seven months ago. ' '
"In Belgrade, the blockade andsanc-
tions have really hurt," he said. t' dif-
ficult to find medication for the eld~iy."
An inconceivable thought
Ann Arbor resident Ghemii fine,
who was raised in Southern SerB but
has been in this country for m han
30 years, said her friends' ethioities
were not even a factor until th war
started.
"It never dawned on me to askhem
what nationality they were," ih,,aid.
"It was inconceivable to think anybody
hated me because I was a Serb-
"I truly feel Iam Yugoslavian, Fine
said. "I don't put too much empIsis on
my Serbianism I never felt w enwas
growing up that I was a Serb.=
In fact, most students of Sa'Jieri-
tage will seldom give a one-wod an-
swer when asked about their etlhjcity.
"I'm sort of both Croatianr-and
Serbian," said LSA junior Markoktzul,
who has a Croatian father and Ameri-
can mother. His paternal grandmother
is Serbian.
"I sort of consider myself a Ytgosla-
vian even though there's no su 6h ting
anymore. I feel just Yugosla iit but
there is no Yugoslavia," he sail,,.
Kozul lived in Zagreb brief ps a
child and spent many summevs..here
growing up. He has also workedawith
refugees in Croatia. ."t
Savic says she never considrQa her
nationality until four years ago.
"I'm Serbian (but) I was nevegSerbian
until the war started," she sait
"It would be a dishonor. t ,eople
who were killed'(forme) to be ,!hamed
ofmy ethnicity. My uncles an ousins
have lost everything they own'o pre-
tend I'm not ofthe same ethncity would
be hypocritical," she said.
A war of confusion
On a visit to her homeland seven years
ago, Fine detected a frightening intensity
of political feeling in the peoples,
"In Serbia I sensed somethingi oing
to happen - something very tragic. I
could tell the political climate was chang-
ing rapidly," Fine said. "It scared me-I
felt very uncomfortable at that time."
Whatever the bad sentiment Fine
thought it would pass.
"When it happened it just hiti~very
hard," she said. "I didn't think i&would
ever break up in this way. It's!.=Isf like
a bad dream. I thought we h4'some
intelligent people there." ;; '
And she's not the only one'who is
bewildered. --
"The peasants are probablyust as
confused as I am," Fine said. K
The war "doesn't make 3s be-
cause the (ethnic) groups are nonxist-
ent," Kozul said. "Since I conbfam a
Serbian and Croatian backgrotmd it
made very little sense."
Kozul said that when Yugosliiiwas
first formed after World War 4.l the
government encouraged the di frent
ethnicities to inter-marry. "Tl f'vere
trying to unify," he said. . _
"Everybody somewhere wilthave a
cousin that is of the 'other' ethnic
group,' he said, noting the irony.
"I think it's a myth to say they always

hated each other," said University Slavic
languages Prof. Benjamin Stolz of the
quarreling ethnic groups.
The Serbian Kokotovic said,
"Croatians and Serbs have lived to-
gether since World War 1.. A ajor
ity of the people are against the war in
the first place."
"Ethnic differences" are often touted
as a reason for what many call the war's
inevitability. But many believe this dan-
gerous nationalistic pride was'bf6ught
to the surface and exploited by power-
hungry leaders.
"This war was started by politicians.
Each politician had their own idea" of
what Yugoslavia should be like,
Kokotovic said.
"They are feeding on the miseryof the
people. They are pushing people.nore
and more to frenzy," Fine said. "There is
nothing worse than nationalism.""
Stolz said, "Most of all whatwe have
in the ex-Yugoslavia is politicians who
were power-hungry and they o~ok ad-
vantage of nationalistic tendencies.
Peace at last
Theprecariouspeaceagreementrpached
in Dayton is viewed cynically by some,
confidently by others, gratefully byall.
"I think from the beginning there's
been a very serious question as towhether
the peace agreement will hold,"Stolz
said. "But it's the best we can hope for."
"Sooner or later, these people ould
have to stop killing each other," hesaid.
Although he feels the peace ,ree-
ment will hold, the Muslim Halilovic
said, "it's more like people who com-
mitted genocide, rewarding them with

TIOS DELIVERS Ann Arbor's best
Mexican style food. Call 761-6650.
Tios Mexican Restaurant'
333 E. Huron.

DRIVE my car to Florida.
Call Michael at 475-1493.

$$$ WANTED: Self-motivated & ambitious
individuals for lucrative summer sales posi-
tion in Ann Arbor and Metro-Detroit.
Flexible hours. The sky is the limit. Call
Jason at 669-9314.
$10,000 SUMMER job, challenging
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aeon at 669-9314.
$1750 WEEKLY possible mailing our
circulars. For info. call 202/393-7723.
***FREE TRIPS & CASH!***
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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 719 W.
Ellsworth #8 (1 Block West of State St.)
:30 a.m.-4 p.m. or call 663-3343
A SPECIAL GIFT- We're lookin 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 SUMMER RESIDENT COUNSELOR
job could be yours. SUMMER
DISCOVERY, a pre-college enrichment
tram for h.s. students at U-M is looking
energetic, multi-faceted counselors for 7
, June 18-Aug. 4. Salary plus room and
bord 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!

EASTERN 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.
ENJOY YOUR JOB!.
Second to None, Inc. A national leader in
customer service measurement programs
seeks innovative, highly motivated, positive
individuals to join our team. If you'd like to
become part of an exciting company where
attitude, personal performance and collective
success are rewarded, call 668-8148 ext. 110
or mail your resume to: 110 N. State, Ann
Arbor, MI 48104 or e-mail:
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EXCELLENT SUMMER business training
opp. Good comm. skills, detail oriented, &
some computer proficiency req. A2 & Metro
Detroit. Call Jason at 669-9314.
EXTRA $$ 4 days only March 28-31. Full
and Part-Time. Sell exotic plants at the Ann
Arbor Flower Show. Call Sue 800/428-9726
Monday-Friday.
GREAT SUMMER orunity. Asphalt
maintenance co. looking for daytime
laborers. Salaried position. Make $ while
working outdoors in Ann Arbor or Metro
Detroit. Call Jason @ 669-9314.
HIGHLY MOTIVATED student wanted as
summer manager of paint 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 Washtenaw
county. Own transportation and phone
required. Call INC 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 layer
for Ann Arbor s
#1 service teaml

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

EUROPE $229

Be a little flexible and save $$$
We'll help you beat the airline prices
Destinations Worldwide
AIRHITCH
800/397-1098
airhitch@netcom.com
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.
Europe $199 OW *Caribbean/Mexico $189 RT
& Domestic Destinations Cheap!!!
IF YOU CAN BEAT THESE PRICES
START YOUR OWN DAMN AIRLINE!
Air-Tech Ltd. 212/219-7000
info@aerotech.com
http://campus.net/aerotech
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Linda at
Regencv Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.

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Opportunity for an energetic, hard working,
re sible person with exceptional "people
skills." Daytime position available part-time
or full-time. Apply at 300 S.Thayer (on U of
M campus).
LAWN CARE CREW LEADER
& MEMBER POSITIONS
*Full or Part-time
*Health Insurance
* Vacation
*Pension Plan
*Bonuses
*Entry Level $6.50, more $ w/exp.
*Evaluation 2 weeks, 90 days ,then 1 year.
*Experience not required. Phone 973-0930.
E.O.E.

SWIMMING POOL maintenance, general
labor positions available. $400-600 and up
per week for honest and hardworking college
students. Call 810477-7727 (collect calls
welcomed).
TEACH ENGLISH ABROAD - Make up to
$25 $45/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.
TEACHER- SUMMER reading enrichment
programs for children and adults. $400-500/
week. Paid training. Full medical benefits.

A-1 LAWN CARE is seeking hard-working
individuals for outdoor summer employment.

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