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NATION/WORLD

The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 8, 1996 - 7

LEADERS
;ontnued from Page 1
John Truscott, a spokesperson for
Engler, said the governor is optimistic
about working with the team.
"We hope that they offer a more con-
structive agenda," Truscott said.
Truscott said the team iS "certainly
capable" of completing bipartisan
efforts. He said they'll have to be since
both the governor's office and the state
enate are Republican-controlled.
"We'll continue to set the agenda,
Truscott said.
- The Associated Press contributed to
this report.

FIRSTS
Continued from Page 2.
about Jackie Robinson from my grand-
parents and how he broke the color bar-
rier in baseball and was a hero to
minorities" Thompson said.
"I think the library was wise to
include all types of historical events.
I've found a lot of these stories behind
the items left out of the history classes
I have taken;" he said.
The exhibit will run from Nov. 7-
Dec. 21 and Jan. 9-31 with private
appointments made availabe on the
weekends. For more information call
744-2347.

FEES
Continued from Page 1
munity service on campus," Bohn said.
"I think they will support the increase
because it will benefit so many kinds of
groups and service efforts on campus"
But LSA Rep. Jonathan Winick, one of
those who proposed the $1 fee increase to
benefit MSA general funds said the
assembly deserved the additional funds
more than Project Serve and BVN.
"The regents will adopt our dollar
increase," Winick said. "What people
have a problem with, and I do too, is the
groups like Project Serve going around
MSA and getting funding."

Winick said MSA had earned the
additional fundings
"The regents trust MSA and proba-
bly won't condone groups going over
our heads" Winick said.
But if Rose refuses to present the
increases to Hartford, the regents will
not have the opportunity to decide
which group is most deserving.
Rose said the issue was not so much
choosing between three deserving
groups as it was increasing funding
efficiency.
"I will continue to make sure student
government is spending its money in
the most efficient way possible;' Rose
said.

Officers face rape, sex
harassment charges

HAMPTON, Va. (AP) - In what
could prove to be the Army's Tailhook,
a captain and two drill sergeants were
charged yesterday with raping or sexu-
ally harassing more than a dozen
women recruits.
The alleged incidents took place at
the Army Ordnance Center at
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. As
many as 1,000 women who trained at
the center are being interviewed by the
Army to determine if there are any
additional victims.
"America deserves better than this.
Our soldiers deserve better than this
and our Army is better than this" Gen.
William Hartzog said at the Fort
Monroe, Va., headquarters of the
Training and Doctrine Command.
The Army said Capt. Derrick
Robertson was charged with rape,
conduct unbecoming an officer,
obstruction of justice, adultery and
having an improper relationship with
a recruit.
Staff Sgt. Delmar Simpson was
charged with rape, forcible sodomy,
adultery and obstruction of justice.
Staff Sgt. Nathanael Beach was
charged with obstruction ofjustice, dis-

obeying an officer and having an
improper relationship with a female
trainee. The disobedience charge relates
to an order not have contact with
recruits involved in the investigation.
All three face courts-martial. The
rape charges are punishable by life in
prison. All three men were married. The
victims were 21 on average, and all
were recruits in their second eight
weeks of military training.
Two other instructors were charged
with a lesser offense of inappropriate
conduct. One is accused of writing a
love letter to a trainee and faces a
$500 fine; the other charged with a
similar violation of Army codes of
conduct.
The Pentagon would not release any
other details of the allegations.
Recruits at the Ordnance Center
receive instruction in bombs and sh6lls
and learn how to repair military
machinery. Aberdeen Proving Ground,
30 miles north of Baltimore, is where
the Army tests and evaluates weapons.
The school teaches about 11,000
trainees each year and has 345 instruc-
tors. About 11 percent of the recruits
are women.

PRACTICE REPRESENTATIVE
MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST
FULL TIME/PART TIME positions available
in our Ann Arbor office. We are a leader in
Medical Billing, and we are looking for those
who are dedicated, meticulous and quick
thinking. Excellent communication &
business writing skills along with a
knowledge of human anatomy a must.
Knowledge of Medical Billing & Coding
~4elpful but not necessary (wilng to train the
ght person). WE OFFER GREAT PAY ($91
.r. minimum) AND EXCELLENT
BENEFITS - WHAT CAN YOU OFFER?
We're only a 10 minute bus ride from the
Campus. Interested: fax your resume to
313.677.7407 or send to PMG, Personnel
Coordinator, POB 1108, Ann Arbor 48106.
RETAIL SALES
Discount Tire Co., Inc.
ASSISTANT MANAGER TRAINEES
Nation's largest independent tire dealer is
looking for dependable, friendly people with
excellent customer service skills, $25K plus
to start. Excellent benefit package, 401K plan
& profit sharing, great career potential if you
ave a smiling face and don't mind a
physically demanding work load. Retail &
management experience a plus. Call 3131
769-2158.
lassifieds
--read them
Daily
RETAIL SALES REPS PIT & FIf. Flexible
hours, tuition reimbursement. We offer com-
petitive hourly wage plus bonus and
employee discounts. Excellent communica-
tion skills and interest in computers and
software required. Join our team at Egghead,
and Continue to grow with us. Stop by to fill
ut an application or send your resume to
ghead, 2252 S. Main, Ann Arbor, MI
48108.
SAFEWALK COORDINATOR
SAFEWALK is looking for four students to
coordinate SAFEWALK beginning Winter
'97. Responsibilities include: designing and
directing publicity and volunteer recruitment;
interviewing, planning, and facilitating
training for volunteers; organizing work
schedules; trouble shooting; and volunteer
education. Applications are available at the
SAFEWALK, NORTHWALK, & SAPAC
pffices and are due by November 18, 1996.
SCOREKEEPERS- Ann Arbor's premiere
sports bar has immediate opening for wait &
floor staff-No experience necessary. For
position in fun atmosphere with flexible
hours submit applications to Eric at 310
Maynard.

SECRETARIAL PART TIME
bookkeeping, organizational, cleaning, spe-
ciarojects. 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.
SERVICE TECHNICIANS WANTED
America's largest independent tire dealer is
looking for dependable, friendly and
motivated people for tire technician
positions. Excellent starting wages and
frequent raises available. Flexible hours to
work around any school schedule. Three Ann
Arbor locations: 971-3400, 769-2158 or 482-
6601.
SPORTS MINDED
International health/nutrition company seeks
competitive, goal-oriented, team players to
help with Ann Arbor expansion. Serious
inquiries only. Call 764-4622.
STUDENT WORK
$10,25
Local company must fill 18 positions ASAP.
Full-time/part-time/ weekends available. Call
971-6122 10-4 p.m.
SUBJECTS NEEDED for cognitive
psychology, reaction time experiment, right-
handed, native English speaker, normal
vision and hearing. Pay $5.50/hr. or by
experiment. Call 936-2056.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS needed from 8
a.m.-1 p.m. at NAEYC. Accredited childcare
center. Exp. pref., will train. Please call 998-
6195 for details.
THE PERFECT summer-time business
opportunity. 6 week return on investment.
Bob at 810/984-4663.
VERY ATTRACTIVE FEMALE needed
for fun and exciting job doing massage. Very
clean, safe, discreet, and non-sexual. No exp.
nec. A2 area. Great Pay, Leave message 412/
734-8334.
WINTER BASKETBALL- Ann Arbor
Community Education & Recreation is now
taking employment applications for side
supervisors, crowd control, scorers & timers
for adult basketball. For more info call 994-
2300 ext. 225 or 235.
WORK AT HOME: Earn $300-$700+/wk.
assembling various products. Call 800-698-
9707 ext. 111. Work is Guaranteed!!
WORK STUDY JOB
Office help needed Wednesday mornings and
Fridays all day. Call Linnea Perlman, In-
stitute for the Humanities 936-3518.
WORLD'S GREATEST wanted - manage-
ment opportunities available at Jimmy
John's. Stop by 929 E. Ann w/ resume or fax
it to 313/9 13-0955.

ROMANTIC ESCAPE - Cozy log cabins,
$54-75 nightly, incl. hot tub, canoes, & more.
Traverse City. 616{276-9502.
SEASON BASKETBALL tickets. Section 6,
Row 10. Best offer. Wade @ 913-9321.
SPRING BREAK reps. wanted Acapulco
from $529, Cancun from $429.90, other des-
tinations avail. Call Dan at Regency Travel
665-6122. 209 . State Street.
STS SPRING BREAK '97.'T'rips 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.
TIX:BIG HEAD TODD Fri. Nov. 8, 8 p.in.
Main floor best offer. Call 332-6185.
TOP $ FOR Ohio State t
amidei@umich.edu or 764-3266.

TOP DOLLAR for UM hockey tix:
half season or singles. Dan 662-8497.

WORLDWIDE LOW air fares. Reserve
your Christmas space early. Regency Travel
209 S. State St. 665-6122.

F-

HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio 302 E.
Liberty, 665-8001. Repair, repair, repair.
Lessons, lessons Not just guitar.
CLOTHES, HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
furniture, & much more! Tues.-Fri. 11-7, Sat.
10-5 Ann Arbor PTO Thrift Shop, inside Bar-
gain Books.
THE BEST GIFT
Name a STAR for someone. Just $33.
Celestial Registry. 1800/446-3985 X1010.

LOOKING FOR fem. roommate to share
very lg. n. in Victorian hse. 668-4796.
WANTED FEM. to share lg. 3 bdrm. apt.
Great loc. Please call Anne 332-1612.

child care _ __ _ _

We're 100%
F U N...
and More!
At Mox $ Erma s,
we're blending team-
work with fun ond
ofering you great
day and vening
opportLunitiesI
* Waitstaff
" Pantry
* Expediter
" Prep & Line Cooks
We're fun, friendly and a
great place to work! We
offer our associates a
competitive wage,
flexible schedules, health
insurance, 401k plan, paid
vacation for full-time
associates and a dining
discount...all in a
promote-from-within
environment. Apply in
person, Monday through
Friday, 2pm to 4pm at:
Max & Erma's, The
Concord Center, 445 E.
Eisenhower Blvd., Suite
1, Ann Arbor, MI 48108.
We're an equal opportunity
employer.
Max &~ Ena's

AFTER-SCHOOL CHILD CARE- Ex-
perienced person to care for 3 children (ages
57 & 9). Mon. &/or Tues. 3:30-6 p.m. Wed.
&/or Thurs. 3-6 p.m. near campus. Own Car.
Req. 994-4535.
BABYSITTER NEEDED 2 or 3 afternoons/
wk. Must drive. Excellent pay, great kids.
Call 663-6030.
BABYSITTER WANTED Wed. aftemoon
& I weekend day. $7/hr. 998-0464.
CHILDCARE: One oening available in a
1:3 ratio. Caring and un. NE campus. Ex-
cellent references. Call 332-0702.
FREE RENT from Dec. in 1-room eff. apt.
in basement (with separate entrance) of home
in quiet neighborhood on west side, in ex-
change for babysitting 15 hrs./wk. for sweet,
lovable 2 yr. old girl (weekdays 5-6 p.m. plus
10 hrs. on wknds.). 994-0324.

L.

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.
KRISTY- Are we having fun yet? i used to
always loose my keys living in AL. Hope this

helps keep track of yours!
LOVE THROUGH ADOPTION. Happily
tickets & travel married couple wishes to adopt an infant, a
life time of love, happiness, security, and op-.
portunity await a newborn child. If you are
go pregnant or know someone who is, and con-
sidering adoption. Please call Cathy and Paul
1-800-550-8122.
$29 SPRING BREAK PACKAGE.
Boardwalk Beach Resort - Panama City's
Spring Break headquarters. Only $29 per
person. Restrictions apply 1-800-224-4853. p
$AAA! Cancun & Jamaica Spring Break
Specials! 7 Nights Air & Hotel From $399! ° ,

P|ices Increase Soon " Save $150 On Food,
Drinks & Free Parties! 111% Lowest Price
Guarantee! springbreaktravel.com 1-800/
678-6386.
$AAA! Spring Break Bahamas Party Cruise!
6 Days $279! Includes All Meals, Free
Parties, Taxest Great Beaches & Nightlifel
Prices Increase Soon - Save $50!
springbreaktravel.com 1-800/678-6386.
$AAA! Spring Break Panama City!
Boardwalk Beach Resort! Best Hotel!,
Location, Price! 7 Nights $129! Daytona-
Best Location $139! Cocoa Beach Hilton
$169! springbreaktravel.com 1-800/678-
6386.
2 UM SEASON HOCKEY tickets for sale.
Best offer. Call Don @ 973-0788.
FREE LUNCH AT The Kerrytown Bistro
by booking your Spring Break at Stamos
ravel on Nov. 17! Open house speciall
NEED 3 TICKETS together Penn State.
boblewis@umich.edu or call 763-6729.

THE FISH DOCTORS back to school a-
quarium sale!
10 gallon tank $7.99
29 gallon tank $25.99
50 gallon tank $39.99
Next to Putt-Putt Golf on Washtenaw 434-
1030.

1*1Ottawa1*
Intern ship
10 Openings Available
In the Canadian House of Commons
with Members of Parliament
May 6 - June 20, 1997
Six Weeks+ (47 Days)
Invites Students
To Two Information Meetings
on Tuesday, November 12
6 to 8 p.m. Political Science Lounge
6th floor Haven Hall
and

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Put the paper
chase behind you...
Finish all your
rports with us!

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