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The~ Mic'higa~n daily -Fridav. Sentembepr 13. 1996-7

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&nate foes block ban on poison chemical weapons

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The Washington Post
WASHINGTON - Facing the prospect of
rejection of a prized arms control agreement, the
Clinton administration was forced yesterday to
accept indefinite postponement of a Senate rati-
fication vote on an ambitious global treaty to
ban poison gas weapons.
The treaty, known as the Chemical Weapons
Convention, will not resurface in the current
Congress, Republican leaders and administra-
tion officials said. Whether it can be revived
next year probably depends on the outcome of
the Nov. 5 election because Republican presi-
dential nominee Bob Dole joined the opposition
ranks at the last minute.
Dole, when he was Senate majority leader,

Chemical treaty vote may return next ye ar

had brokered an earlier agreement aimed at
facilitating ratification of the accord. But this
week he endorsed the arguments of treaty critics
that its ban on the manufacture or possession of
poison gas weapons would not be enforceable or
verifiable, and that it would subject U.S. chemi-
cal manufacturers to intrusive searches by inter-
national inspectors.
The outcome of yesterday's maneuvering rep-
resented a defeat for the administration and a
repudiation of its Republican predecessor. The
treaty had broad bipartisan support for more

than a decade, was signed by the United States
during the Bush administration's final weeks,
and appeared headed for easy ratification until
the past few weeks, when a relentless opposition
campaign began to pick up momentum.
Administration officials said they were still
confident of ratification until late Wednesday
night, when Frank Gaffney - a former
Pentagon hard-liner who runs a one-man think
tank here called the Center for Security Policy
and who has been an indefatigable critic of the
treaty - began faxing out a letter from Dole

urging his tormer Senate colleagues to vote no.
As a result. the treaty, which has been ratified
by 63 countries, is likely to go into force without
U.S. participation. Only two more countries
among the 1 60 that have signed the treaty need
to ratify it in order for it to take effect.
If that happens without U.S. participation,
senior officials said, the United States w ould be
precluded from planning or participating in the
international inspection system, which is
designed to make sure that nobody is making or
selling prohibited chemicals. Moreover, the

treaty prov ides that. without U.S. ratification,
S chemical manu urers would be banned
fom selling in most worlid markets.
The (hemical iianu facturers Association,
representing such industry giants as E.l. duPont
tic \emours & Co.. Dow Chemical Co. and
Monsnto (o.. lobbied hard for ratification.
Tihey argued that S60 billion a year in export
sales could be jeopardized if the United States
does not participate in the ireaty. The big chem-
ical companies said they were prepared to accept
the m ndatorv challenge inspections called for
in the treaty. hut treaty opponents said the
inspections would impose an unfair and perhaps
unconstitutional burden on small manufacturers
of legitimate compounds.

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PART-TIME FILE CLERK for Ann Arbor
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PART-TIME counter help wanted. Week-
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332 Maynard.
PRESCHOOL TEACHER, AAECE or
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minorities encouraged to apply, immediate
opening. Perry Nursery School, 3770
Packard, 677-8130.
SALON NEEDS receptionist. Other duties
included. $8/hr. 662-4202.
SCOREKEEPERS- Ann Arbor's premiere
spoils bar has immediate opening for wait &
fipor staff-No experience necessary. For
sition in fun atmosphere with flexible
ours submit applications to Eric at 310
Maynard.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an infer-
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yrs. old are sought. Donors are paid $60 per
acceptable donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box
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SHORT ORDER & prep cooks. Great pay
& working conditions. Free meals. Apply at
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SNMP DEVELOPER needed to design cus-
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SPRING BREAK '97. Sell trips, earn cash,
& go free. STS is hiring campus representa-
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Cancun, Jamaica, & Fla. Call 800/648-4849
for info. on joining America's #1 Student
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SUBSTITUTES needed for early childhood
center. Work according to your schedule.
Fun job working with young children. Call
668-0887.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS needed, $5.50
an hr. Early childhood exp. or background
th children pref., immediate openings. Per-
Nursery School, 3770 Packard, 677-8130.
TEACHER NEEDED in accredited pre-
school program. Exp. working w/ pres-
choolers req. 8-10 hrs./wk. Mon. &/or Fri.
$5.50-$6.50/hr. Call 663-9753.
TEACHERS NEEDED for: Gymnastics,
Swim, Tennis, Basketball, Art, Dance and
Drama with Community Education &
Recreation. Weekday, evening & weekend
hours available. Classes begin 9/21196. Call
immediately: 994-2300 ext. 233 or 288.
AAPS.
, LEPHONE INTERVIEWERS needed
r public health research projects. Office is
located in downtown Ann Arbor. Paid
parking. Flexible scheduling. Evening and
weekend hours. 12 to 15 hours per week.
EOE. Apply at I.T.S., 209 E. Washington,
Second Floor, Ann Arbor.
TIOS NEEDS YOU! Counter help, part-
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a nice place to work. Apply at 333 E. Huron
or call 761-6650.
TRANSLATOR
Local manufacturer of machine vision
software has an immediate part-time position
ra translator to convert user documentation
Wpm English to Japanese. The ideal
-candidate for this position has a technical/
engineering background, is fluent in both
Japanese and English, and has PC desktop
publishing experience. Familiarity with any
of the following is also considered a plus:
machine vision, on-line help authoring, MS
Windows, MS Work, and RoboHelp. The job
entails 20-30 hrs. per week and can be done
off-site. Compensation is based on a
negotiable per-page fee.
interested, fax or mail resume to:
gral Vision, Inc.
38700 Grand River Ave.
Farmington Hills, MI 48335
Aun: Human Resources
fax: 810/615-2971
TRAVEL ABROAD AND WORK - Make
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tional English in Japan, Taiwan, or S. Korea.
No teaching background or Asian languages
required. For information call: 206/971-3570
ext. J55981.
TUTOR-ELEMENTARY ED. MAJORS,
would you like to work two hours a day twice
week tutoring a NW A2 fourth grader on
sic reading and math skills? If interested,
ave a car and want $10/hr., give us a call
763-1091.
FLEX. HRS. All shifts. Crew & asst. mgrs.
Apply at YES Sandwich Cafe in the
Michigan Union.
WANTED lab asst. to maintain research
database, order lab supplies, & do library
searches. Work study or temp. hourly. $6.25/
hr, 10 hrs./wk. Call 647-3908 to apply..
WANTED: Psychology, education, or
speech/language major. Undergrad./Grad.
Needed to work Tues. & Thurs. afternoons.
42 hrs./wk. With special needs, language
elayed 5 yr. old child. Will train. Pay $9/hr.
Call Kim 764-5203 work or 665-8473 eves.

WORK IN THE GREAT OUTDOORS!
Positions now available at
A-1 LAWN CARE
Ann Arbor's Largest Lawn Care Co.
*25-40 hrs./wk.
*Mowing, fertilization, leaf removal
*Will Train
Crew Leader & Crew Member positions start
at $6.75-7.25/hr. Winter snow removal at
$12-14/hr. Will work around School
Schedule. Apply today at 719 W. Ellsworth
#8 (1 Block West of State St.) or call 663-
3343.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS NEEDED for
4 laboratory assistants for the biomedical
research core. Must have some knowledge in
molecular biology methods & basic
laboratory techniques. Laboratory course
work in Chemistry or Biochemistry necessary
to work in protein structure core. Computer
experience useful. 3 office assistants are also
needed for the biomedical research core.
Must have basic knowledge of IBM & Mac
systems & general office skills; data entry,
filing, copying & some finance. If interested
please call Nicole Brantley at 647-4776.
YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS
Looking for a business opportunity with low
capital investment and high return potential?
If so, contact 764-4622. No phone
interviewers.
child care
* Y
AFTER SCHOOL childcare for 2 girls ages
7 & 12. Own car needed. Errands,
homework, some housekeeping. $6.50/hr.
995-2814.
BABYSITTER/DRIVER for Mon. & Wed.
3:30-4:30 & Sat. 8 A.M.-12:30 P.M. Call
Elayne @ 747-7333.
BABYSITTER-we need an occasional sitter
this year for our 3 NW A2 kids (beginning
with UM football Sats.). If you are
experienced, have a car, don't smoke and
want $7/hr., give us a call 763-1091.
BABYSITER WANTED 6 and 3 yr. old
boys. 12:30 to 5:00, 1 to 5 days/week. 996-
2876, after 6.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for Alex 1 1/2 at
his home 2 mornings & one evening each
week. Call 741-8113.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 2 young
children 3 aftemoons/wk. + some Sat, eves.
Own trans., n-smkr. Call 998-0432.
CHILD CARE FOR TODDLER. School
yr. commitment, flex. hrs., competitive pay,
ref. 662-4540.
CHILD CARE Energetic exp. non-smoker
needed for 2 children in NE Ann Arbor. Hrs.
2:30-6:30 p.m. Mon. through Fri. excellent
pay, ref. req. 994-9443.
CHILD CARE Tues./Wed. eves. References
transportation required. Near Fords Lake.
487-2980.
CHILD CARE needed M. W. F. a.m. N.
Campus I or 2 great kids! $5-7 764-3103.
CHILD CARE in our home for 6 week old.
Prefer major in relevant field. Tues./Thur. 12-
6 p.m. beginning October. Must have own
transportation and be very reliable. 663-7784.
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ref. necessary. No allergies or fear of dog.
Call 747-9333 after 2 p.m.
EXPERIENCED, RESPONSIBLE, caring
person to watch 5 yr. old & 2 yr. old 3 after-
noons/ eve./wk. $7/hr. 665-2803.
FUN BABYSITTERS WANTED 5-10 hrs./
wk. $7/hr. 3 children. 975-9473.
GREAT BABYSITTER needed for 2 & 1/2
yr. old twins (and sometimes a 6 yr. old).
Seeking RESPONSIBLE, creative, energetic
person for Mon. eve. & Wed. a.m. Oc-
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family. Good $. Refs. please. 998-0647.
MOTHER'S HELPER Seek kind, patient,
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flex. schedule. Need car. 662-3560.
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RESPONSIBLE CARING childcare
provider w/ own trans. needed for 2-3 hrs.
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Arbor. $7+/hr. Call 761-9813 after 6 p.m.
TEACHING ASSISTANTS for preschool
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be able to lift up to 40 lbs. Fun and respon-
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ALUMNI SELLING pair of season football
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games avail. Dan 770/736-9273. -
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION for long
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FOOTBALL TICKETS Full season, great
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SPRING BREAK reps. wanted Acapulco,
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665-6122. 209 S. State Street.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
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Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.
WANT TO BUY 1 student season football
ticket. Call 517/694-5612 eves.
WANTED 2 good Season U of M tix. Will
pay reasonable price. Call Thom at 810/642-
8700. Leave message.
WORLDWIDE LOW air fares. Reserve
your Christmas space early. Regency Travel
209 S. State St. 665-6122.
AUDITIONS-The UM Gilbert & Sullivan
Society is now holding auditions for our fall
productions. For more info. contact Mary @
313/366-4942.
FREE FINANCIAL AID! Over $6 Billion
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Hitting the road
Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole celebrates with supporters in Montpelier, Ohio, during a rally yesterday.
Dole and vice presidential nominee Jack Kemp will campaign in Michigan today.
Clinton, Dole discuss debates

Negotiators hammer
out details of
presidential debates
WASHINGTON (AI)
Negotiators for Bob Dole and President
Clinton opened debate talks yesterday
with the Dole camp proposing four
one-on-one presidential faceoffs and
two vice presidential exchanges.
The Clinton team did not immediate-
ly respond to the Dole proposal and
negotiators broke off talks after about
two hours to await a recommendation
by the Commission on Presidential
Debates on whether Ross Perot should
be part of the debates.

vately financed, nonpartisan commis-
s0on has sponsored presidential debates
since 1988.
Perot's national coordinator Russell
Verney was excluded from yesterday's
session, but irched into the meetinog
room uninvited. By that time. the meet-
ing was already breaking up.
The Dole campaign does not want
Perot to share the debate stage; the
Clinton camp does.
The commission has proposed presi-
dential debates ftr Sept. 25 in St. Louis,
Oct. 9 in St. Petersburg, Fla., and Oct.
16 in San DiegoCalifI It proposed a
vice presidential debate for Oct. 2 in
[lartford. Conn.
The candidates are not bound by the

tor-, proposed an additional presidential
and an additional vice presidential
debate. All six debates would occur
baet n Sept. 25 and Oct. 25.
"We believe the debates should be one
hour in length and have a single moder-
ator, Campbell said. "President Clinton
is a world-class debater; someone who
can charm the birds out of trees. We will
be hard-presed to understand why the
president would not want to debate Bob
Dole, one-oil-one. four times."
Clinton's chiet negotiator, Commerce
Secretary Mickey Kantor, told reporters
<fter the session lie would not directly
respond to the Dole proposal.
"We just listened. It's always interest-
inK' Kantor said.
"We made no decisions. We heard a
lot ot ruminations. We just listened
carefullY.'

Comnmission
Fahrenkopf promis
tion on Perot by no

Co -chair Frank recommendations.
ied a recommenda- Former South Carolina iGo. Carrol
on Tiuesday. The pri- Campbell. Dole's chief debate necotia-

Chnstian Coalition growth slows

WASHINGTON (AP) - After five
years of explosive growth, contributions
to the Christian Coalition declined last
year for the first time, tax records show.
The bad financial news comes as the
conservative religious group gathers
here for its annual meeting, a session
also dogged by a government lawsuit
and an investigation by federal prose-
cutors.
The conservative religious group
reported donations of S18.7 million in
1995 - a decline of nearly 12 percent
from the previous year, when support-
ers gave $21.2 million.
Coalition spokesperson Mike
Russell said the decline meant little
because 1995 was a non-election year
that gave the group's state affiliates a
chance to concentrate on their own
local fund raising. Those dollars don't
show up on the national organization's
reports, he said.
"We're on track. for a S24 million

budget this year,' Russell said. The actu-
al figure won't be disclosed to the
Internal Revenue Service until next July.
The coalition claims some 1.7 million
members nationwide. but its primary
publication. the magazine Christian
American, was sent to 310,296 people
in September of' last year. the most
recent figures reported. That was down
from a September 1994 "paid or
requested" circulation of 353,703.
Russell said those f'igures also are
not significant, because circulation
varies as copies of the magazine are
mailed to encourage people to con-
tribute.
More than 3,500 coalition members
are expected for the group's annual
"Road to Victory" conference and strat-
egy session at a downtown Washington
hotel this weekend.
Notably absent from the parade of'
conference speakers is GOP presiden-
tial nominee Bob Dole, who was sched-

uled to be in Washington tomorrow but
had no planned public appearances.
I'he campaign is sending vice presi-
dential nominee Jack Kemp to speak
insteadl.
Also addressing the convocation will
be Reform Party presidential candidate
Ross Perot. House Speaker Newt
Gingrich, talk show host and Iran-
Contra figure ()liver North, Sen. Jesse
helms, unsuccessful GOP presidential
candidate Pat Buchanan and coalition
chair Pat Robertson.
Gingrich. Helms aid North are
among those the federal government
alleges the coaion has given illegal
campaign support.
In a suit filed in federal court on July
30, the Federal Election Commission
charged the group has made thousands
of dollars in illegal corporate contribu-
tions to republican candidates through
its voter guides. get-out-the-vote efforts
and other activities.

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