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The Michigan Daily - Friday, December 6, 1996 - 7

LOCAL/STATE

HOLIDAY JOBS TODDLER CARE NEEDED in January.
Working for the environment Part-time weekdays. Our home or yours. Call
with groups like SIERRA CLUB Brian @ 761-5554.
Call Jaimie at 662-6597.
HOSTESS Part time, flexible hours, days & tickets & travel
nights. Apply in person Grizzly Peak Brew-
Bing Company, 120 W. Washington.

WHHOUSE DIRECTOR needed immed. for
University of Michigan sorority of 50
members. Call 419/874-7201, or 668-0047.
HUNDREDS OF STUDENTS are earning
free spring break trips & money! Sell 8 trips
& go freel Bahamas cruise $279, Cancun &
Jamaica $399, Panama City/Daytona $1191
www.springbreaktravel.com 1800/678-6386.
LAWYER'S CLUB dining services now
hiring for winter term. $6.50/hr. Meal
benefits, catering opportunities. Apply in per-
son at 551 S. State or call now at 764-1115.
EOE.
,frIEDIA TECHNICIAN
p to 20 hours per week. Maintain A/V
equipment, duplicate tapes, assist w/ field
taping and maintain inventory. $7-10 per
hour depending upon qualifications. Contact
Ron Miller, School of Education, at 647-
2412.
MICHIGAN LEAGUE FRONT DESK and
hotel needs motivated help for day, evening
and midnight shifts. Must be flexible and wil-
ling to work weekends. Apply at the
Michigan League. 647-5343 or 764-3177.
NANNY NEEDED for 3 yr. old & future
baby. 2 - 4 days a wk. in Fenton area home.
g ing, qualified, non-smoker. 313/677-
NATIONAL PARKS HIRING - Positions
are now available at National Parks, Forests
& Wildlife Preserves. Excellent benefits +
bonuses. Call: 1-206-971-3620 ext. N55982.
NEED PEOPLE with experience with object
oriented programming for an exciting long
project as a Java programmer at Sun
Microsystems. Contact Michele by email
ir003067@mindspring.com or fax 810/666-
9121.
NOTETAKERS NEEDED-$10/hr. Earn
$300-$500 a semester. Variety of classes. For
,,,ore info, come to Blue Notes, on the 2nd
Woor of the Rendez-Vous Cafe, 1110 S.
University, or call 668-7172.
OUR FIRM is looking for individuals who
want to gain hands on management exp. next
summer. Earn $6,000 to $10,000 per
summer. Positions available throughout
Michigan including: Rochester, Utica, Troy,
Farmington, Bloomfield, Novi, Livonia,
Flint, Grand Rapids, Muskegon and many
more. 1-800/887-1960.
PART-TIME hse. cleaning in A2 $7/hr. to
start. Flex. hrs. Valerie 487-4157.
PIZZA HOUSE HIRING all positions. Full/
hart-time. Answer phones, pizza-makers,
delivery drivers. Flexible scheduling. Apply
at 624 Church or call 995-5095.
SECRETARIAL PART TIME
bookkeeping, organizational, cleaning, spe-
c projects. 4-9 M-F/wknds. $6-$9/hr. 996-
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an infer-
tility clinic. Male students or grads. 20-40
yrs. old are sought. Donors are paid $60 per
acceptable donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box
2674, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
SEMESTER
BREAK WORK
Starting pay rate:
$10.25
* Flexible full & part time openings
* Excellent resume experience for any major
* A.A.S.P. scholarships and internships
* No prior experience needed
* Work with other students
* Can work in local area
For interview information
Contact the location nearest you,
9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Macomb 792-2400 Rochester 879-8991
Livonia 474-9090 Ann Arbor 971-6122
Downriver 374-1137 Midland 835-8981
Kalamazoo 323-7800 Gr.Rapids 245-3882.
SERVICE REP NEEDED. Are you self
motivated & possess exc. communication
skills? Do you have an enthusiastic per-
sonality/attitude? Exc. compensation
package. Full & P/T avail. Mike 662-5485.
THE PERFECT summer-time business
opportunity. 6 week return on investment.
Bob at 810/984-4663.
UNIX (HP) SYSTEM administrator needed
rt time. Call 449-5022 or fax resume to
49-5567.
WE ARE IN NEED of notetakers for winter
term. High GPA, organized, typed notes req.
For more info call 800/800-925 -ask for
Michelle Rye. Leave your name, phone #, &
your major.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT,
Volunteer, or participate with a work study
grant at U of M's Pound House Children's
Center during Winter Term. Join hundreds
of past students in a quality experience in
working with young children. Located at S.
orest Ave. & Willard. Please call 998-8440
r more information or to arrange an
interview.
WORK STUDY NEEDED. Lab dishwasher.
10 hrs./wk. call Lisa or Erin @ 936-2164.

!SPRING BREAK'97,
The reliable spring break company
Hottest destinations! Coolest vacations!
Guaranteed lowest prices!
From $99
Organize small group! Travel free!
Sunsplash Tours! 1-800/426-7710.

SPRING BREAK '97 headquarters! Fun &
sun in Florida tropics. Biggest pool deck and
best parties. Deluxe room from only $75 (4-5
students per room). For information call
Desert Inn Resort, Daytona Beach, Florida.
800/826-1711.
SPRING BREAKS'S HOTTEST!
www.studentadvtrav.com
800/328-7513
Free food, drink, & party special!
SPRING BREAK '97 Panama City!!
Boardwalk Beach Resort $129 7/nights
Beachfront, Daily Free Drink Parties, Walk
to Best Bars!! Endless Summer Tours 1-
800-234.7007.
STS SPRING BREAK '97. Trips to Cancun
& Jamaica. Call 665-6268 for info.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Doris at
Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.
STUDENTS BETWEEN 14-24 years
special: 4 one-way or 2 round-trip, most des-
tinations in the USA for only $548. Stamos
Travel 663-4400.
WINTER HIDEAWAY - Cozy log cabins,
$54-75 nightly, incl. hot tub, ski trails, more.
Traverse City. 616/276-9502.
WORLDWIDE LOW air fares. Reserve
your Christmas space early. Regency Travel
209 S. State St. 665-6122.

!!!ADVENTURE!!!
Ever scaled a cliff? Rafted a river rapid?
Driven a team of sled dogs through the
forest? Now's your chance. The UM Outdoor
Recreation Pgm. 764-3967.
$29 SPRING BREAK PACKAGE.
Boardwalk Beach Resort - Panama City's
Spring Break headquarters. Only $29 per
person. Restrictions apply 1-800-224-4853.
Non-Stop Air * (7) Nights Hotel * Taxes * Club
Discounts * Transfers * Activities Program
Cancun...................From $399
Jamaica.......From $399
Bahamas ......From $369
Cruises....... ...From $279
Florida (land only)... From $119

For a free brochure call:
Endless Summer Tours
1-800-234-7007
group discounts available!

$AAA! Cancun & Jamaica Spring Break
Specials! 7 Nights Air & Hotel From $399!
Prices Increase Soon - Save $150 On Food,
Drinks & Free Parties! 111% Lowest Price
Guaranteel springbreaktravel.com 1-800/
678-6386.
$AAA! Spring Break Bahamas Party Cruise!
6 Days $279! Includes All Meals, Free
Parties, Taxest Great Beaches & Nightlife!
Prices Increase Soon - Save $501
springbreaktravel.com 1-800/678-6386.
$AAA! Spring Break Panama City!
Boardwalk Beach Resort! Best Hotel!,
Location, Price! 79Nights $129! Daytona-
Best Location $139! Cocoa Beach Hilton
$169! springbreaktravel.com 1-800/678-
6386.
AAA! Spring Break '97. Cancun, Jamaica,
& Bahamas!!! 7/nights w/air from $399. En-
joy Daily Free Drink Parties, No Cover @
Best Bars. Group discounts. bEndless Sum-
mer Tours 1-800-234-7007.
AAA***SPRING BREAK '97***
Cancun, Jamaica, Bahamas, Key West, South
Padre, Margarita, Panama City, Daytona!
FREE "Meals and Drinks" package for
deposits received by December 12! Group
discounts for 8 or more! TROPICAL TOURS
INC. @ 1-800-931-8687.

HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio 302 E.
Liberty, 665-8001. Repair, repair, repair.
Lessons, lessons. Not just guitar.
GOVERNMENT FORECLOSED homes
from pennies on $1. Delinquent tax, repos,
REO's. Your area. Toll Free 1-800/218-9000
ext. H-1864 for current listings.
GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT! Name a star
for someone special. $33. Call 800/701-7201
ext. 16.
LOVING, WHITE COUPLE, married ten
years, seeking to adopt. Strictly confidential.
Willing to pay expenses. If you are pregnant
and seeking a secure home for your baby,
please call 1-888-794-1208.
THE BEST GIFT
Name a STAR for someone. Just $33.
Celestial Registry. 1800/446-3985 X1010.
" ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

DAMIAN PETRESc/ODaily
Peep show
Jeremy Kaplan, a master's of fine arts candidate, sets up his peep show art instillation in the Maple Village shopping
center. Kaplan worked with Stephanie Hanor on the art Instillation based on the Easter candy Peeps.
ommittee votes to open
records of sex offenders
Bill eliminates fine for divulging information

LANSING (AP) - Patrick and Kathy
Urbin believe the abduction, rape and
slayings of their two teen-age daughters
five years ago by a convicted sex offend-
er could have been prevented.
Under a bill approved yesterday in a
House committee, the Urbins could
have found out about Williams' past
crimes and where he lived. Without the
measure, that information is confiden-
tial -- and anyone who divulges it
would be guilty of a $500 misde-
meanor.
"If we'd known he was in the neigh-
borhood we could have told our daugh-
ters what to look for," Urbin, a 49-year-
old automaker from Fenton, said softly.
"I believe women deserve better pro-
tection from sexual crimes than they are
now getting."
Fourteen-year-old Michelle and 16-
year-old Melissa were kidnapped near
their home in September 1991 by Leslie
Allen Williams, who lived about 10
miles away. Their bodies were found
several months later in a Genesee
County cemetery.
Williams, who committed the crime
while free on parole after serving seven
years of a 25-year sentence for sexual
assault, also raped and killed two other
girls that fall and winter and abducted
another girl and one woman. He now is
serving five life sentences for the four
murders.
Susan Pennington said the bill will
cause senous damage to sex offenders
who are getting treatment and trying to
reconcile with their families. She also
fears the effects on the spouses and
children of those whose names and
whereabouts are made public.
"If you pass this bill, it will be the

children who are revictimized," the
Lansing woman told members of the
House Judiciary and Civil Rights
Committee.
"There are families out there that
have worked long and hard to remain a
family. But what happens when neigh-
bors and classmates find out that
they've been abused and daddy's living
at home?"
The bill's spon-
sor said the need
to protect the -l
public overshad-I e
ows the argu-
ments against the women
measure.
"Victims and p
potentialtvictims
need to be fr m e
empowered," said
Sen. Michael
Bouchard (R- are now ,
Birmingham).
"The victims
have to deal with
this crime for the
rest of their life. I
don't think it's too punishing to have the
perpetrator register with the police and
have their whereabouts known"
Bouchard's bill would open the Sex
Offenders Registry to public view. The
list, which now has 20,384 people on it
in Michigan, has been compiled and
kept by the state police since 1995.
Offenders' name, aliases, physical
description, Social Security number,
birth date and address would have to be
made accessible to the public at local law
enforcement agencies as of April 1,
1997.
The measure passed the committee

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12-1. Rep. Ted Wallace (D-Detroit),
voted against it, while Rep. Mary
Schroer (D-Ann Arbor), declined to
vote.
Schroer said that, as a mother, she
would want the information. But she
also is concerned about public reprisals
against ex-offenders, and about the.
ability for the information to be pub-
lished in newspapers and elsewhere.
"I think
we're doing
something not
hVO quite right, but
' I understand
eserve the allure of.,
rtctonhe voting for it"
she said.
wal I would be
more comfort- -
Pan they able with it if it
were on a need-
betting .f to-know (basis)
and if they
- Patrick Urbin were more
:enton resident major offens-
es."
W e n d y
Wagenheim, legislative affairs director
for the ACLU in Michigan, says sexual.
offenders who get treatment are much
less likely to repeat their offenses than
many people believe.
She fears the measure will lead tom
more "vigilante" justice against paroled
offenders from community members.
"Notification may force ex-offenders
to move around as they are driven away
from community to community,"
Wagenheim said. "As a result, many ex-
offenders fail to seek and complete
treatment programs that have proven
effective in reducing recidivism."

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Book by Dec 21st and receive:
Free Meal Plan & $20 off I
{Jamalca & Cancun)
Detroit Flightsi No Gimmicksl
AAAH! Spring Break '97. Jamaica/Cancun/
Bahamas, Florida & Cruises. Best Price
Guarantee! Sell Trips, Earn Cash & Go Free!
Endless Summer 313/997-9576.
BASKETBALL TIX FOR SALE face value
for remaining games. Section 6 (lower bowl).
Call 764-4622.
DISNEY/BAHAMAS CRUISE: 7 days/6
nights, $396 per couple. For more informa-
tion call 407/851-6008 ext. 10.
SPRING BREAK reps. wanted Acapulco
from $529, Cancun from $429.90, other des-
tinations avail. Call Dan at Regency Travel
665-6122. 209 S. State Street.

roommates
1-2 FEMALES WANTED - to share 2
bdrm. apt. Walk to campus. Call 997-0835.
FEMALE ROOMMATE, Large bdrm. apt.,
appliances, South Division. Great Place!
$360/mo. Heat/water incl. Call 810/551-1039
btw. 9 and 4.

YOU DON'T KNOW what "hot" is 'til you
have tried Dave's Insanity Sauce.
Tios Mexican Restaurant - We Deliver!
333 E. Huron, 761-6650.
ersona
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WOMACK
Continued from Page 1
planned to step down. It is common for a president to choose
his senior administrators, including the chief financial officer.
School of Education dean Cecil Miskel, who will be
Womack's boss when he returns to the faculty, said the CFO
is noted for his vision and agenda-setting.
"Farris is a person who has a good sense of what needs to be
accomplished. He sets goals and is forthright in trying to accom-
plish those goals," Miskel said, adding that Womack will teach a
doctoral-level class on administration in higher education.
"His background and experiences are closely related to
what he'll teach," Miskel said.
Vice President for Student Affairs Maureen Hartford
knows Womack as both a student and a colleague - he was
her thesis adviser when she earned her doctorate.
"In some ways, Farris has been teaching me for a long
time," Hartford said. "I'm personally sad to see him step-
ping down. He has brought a wonderful combination of an
academic who is also an incredibly astute businessper-
son."
This combination of academic and business experience led
Womack to see the financial aspects of the University from a
larger academic perspective. I
"He really does know public higher education," Hartford
said, "especially how you fund it."
- Daily Staff Reporter Jeff Eldridge
contributed to this report.

ENGINEERS
Continued from Page 1
Some projects are being used by their sponsors in future
products.
"They wanted something they could use for future mod-
els," said Kellie Durling, whose group created a car door
hardware fixture design for GM.
The professors of Mechanical Engineering 450 said that
although the class may at some points seem tedious, it is
rewarding.
"This is the most time consuming class they can take, but
it is also the most enjoyable," said mechanical engineering
Prof. Yoram Koren.
Students in the program agreed they benefited greatly
from the experience.
"You run into a lot of problems at first, but during the term
you have a lot of support from faculty and sponsors" said
Tong Kim, whose group's project was a camera alignment
target for a sensory assembly station. "The learning curve in
this class is unbelievable. The professors help you and you..
are on your way."
Other projects displayed include a seat-back recliner for
car seats, a two-legged metal mechanism that walks down a
slope with only the potential energy of gravity and a simula-
tion of flexible manufacturing systems.
The student presenters in the class voted on which of their
peers' projects was the best. The top three winners will
receive awards of $300, $200 and $100.

IVE-IN NANNY Room &board +use of
vehicle. Care for 9-yr.-old boy, cooking,
cleaning, ldry., & grocery shopping. Contact
Marc Rubin 668-8200.
QUESTIONS ABOUT ADOPTION?
check out our website at
www.adoptassoc.com
l assifie

It pays to Discover! Use your Discover Card
And Save Up To $25!"To Apply For A Card.
Call 1-800-IT-PAYS-TO.
Bahamas Party
Cruise $279
6 Days * All Meals * Free Parties * Includes Taxes
Cancun $399
7 Nights * Air + Hotel * Save $150 on Food & Drinks
Jamaica $419
7 Nights * Air+ Hotel * Save $150 on Food & Drinks
Florida $119
7 Nights * Panama City, Daytona & Cocoa Beach
Spring Break Travel - Our 10th Year!

THE FISH DOCTOR'
quanum sale!
10 gallon tank $7.99
29 gallon tank $25.99
50 gallon tank $39.99
Next to Putt-Putt Golf
1030.

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WINTERS
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harm to members of the community.

and found responsible, the panel would have to agree to an
appropriate penalty,' Antieau said.
A history of spousal abuse may have provoked the alleged
beating. When Winters' mother divorced Davis after an eight-.
year marriage, she claimed that he had been abusive and had

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