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$1000'S POSSIBLE reading books. HOUSEKEEPER/ELDERLY care: Live-in RECEPTIONIST
Part-time. At home. Toll free for ambulatory 75 yr. old in her Ann Arbor
1-800/218-9000 ext. R-1864 home. Non-smoker, room, board & salary. Busy hoto lab seeks person Mon.-Fri., 2
for listings. Kindness a must. Call Cindy 616/781-9732 p.m.-6:30 p.m. for answering multi-line
$1000'S POSSIBLE TYPING. or duties. Computer experience andr excellent
e th0ext. T-1864 L POGRAMMER communication skills required. Call 665-
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$1500 WEEKLY potential mailing our
circulars. For info call 301-429-1326.
$500/WK. Summer Internships
Placing All Majors/Eam 3 Credits
$6.50/HR.! Now hiring for Fall/Winter posi-
tions that are avail. throughout the school yr.
Flex. eve. hrs.-create own sched. Obtain
valuable computer & comm. skills while im-
proving stud. programs. Pd. Training. For
info. & applications stop by Mich. Telefund,
Church, Ste. 304 or call 998-7420._
MECIAL GIFT-We're looking for heal-
thy women between the ages 21-35 for egg
donation. All ethnic backgrounds are
encouraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries to
AARMA, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM for special
needs students needs caring support staff.
Call 994-8111 ext. 1699.
ANN ARBOR AREA student painters &
foremen. Need for summer house painting.
Earn $5-10/hr. No experience necessary. Call
seeks aggressive CAMPUS MANAGERS
*Part-time at Full-time pay.
*$$$ Paid Out Monthly
*Frequent Bonus Contestse
*Set your own hours
No cost to you
BE A SUCCESS, WORK AT the best! En-
joy your summer at Willoway Day Camp.
Enthusiastic, talented, creative students
needed as general counselors and specialists:
from June 15-August 15. Must live in
Bloomfield, Novi, Farminton, or adjacent
areas. Willoway Day Camp, 810/932-2123 or
CAMP COUNSELORS - Outstanding Sum-
me slim down camps on university cam-
p in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania. All
specialties: Athletics, Dance, Swim,
Aerobics, exercise, Nutrition, Tennis. 7
WEEKS. AGE 20+. 1.800-421-4321,
CLERK MESSENGER: $6.50/hr., 20 hrs./
wk., M-F, 1-5 on central campus. Drivers
license req. Call Denise at 764-7312. UofM
is a non-discriminating, equal opportunity
COMPUT7ER ASSISTANT- sophomore or
Junior needed to assist with maintaining
Macintosh hardware, software and LAN as
part of the Student Publications computer
rt team. Good pay, flexible hours.
rstudy and others call for information
and interview: 936-7883.
COUNSELOR POSITIONS: Openings in
all team & individual sports, also Waterfront-
Art-Drama-RN's-Competitive sellers. Lo-
cated Berkshire Mts. of Massachusetts - 2 1/2
hrs. from NYC-Boston. Call Greylock for
boys 1-800-842-5214/Romaca for girls 1-
$450-500 PER WEEK
Reading Enrichment Programs for
children of all ages and adults.
Graduate students and graduating
seniors from any discipline who
love books and reading are eligible
to apply. We are seeking people
ith warmth, intellectual authority,
a commitment to high personal
standards. Previous teaching expe-
rience (with adults or children) is
valuable, though not required. We
provide a paid, comprehensive
training program to equip you for
reading instruction. Requires an
undergraduate degree and a reliable
CRUISE & LAND-TOUR EMPLOY-
MENT - Industry offers Travel (Hawaii,
Mexico, Caribbean), incomparable benefits,
& good pay. Find out how to start the ap-
plication process now! Cruise Employment
Services provides the answers. Call 800-276-
4928 Ext. C55984
(We are a research & publishing company).
DAY CAMP COUNSELORS
ASSISTANT CAMP DIRECTOR
in Ann Arbor this summer on North
pus. Looking for individuals to work
with diverse population of children ages 5-11
years of age at the University of Michigan
Family Housing's Camp Funshine. Must be
available June 16-August 15. Forty hours a
week with pay scale starting at $7.00 per
hour. Call 764-4557 for an application.
DAYCARE NEEDS organizing, cooking,
baking, cleaning, baby care, pet care, and fun
activities. $6-8/hr. 996-4847.
GENERAL LABOR/swimming pool
maintenance. Top pay: $600+/wk. for self-
motivated individuals. N.W. Detroit suburbs.
ICraig at 810/477-7727.
H ING NOW! Looking for responsible
help at Campus Auto Rental. 10-25 hours per
week. Must be 21 yrs. w/ valid drivers
license. Call 313-761-3768.
HOME HEALTH CARE attendants for lo-
cal student. No experience necessary, will
train. Great opportunity for Nursing, OT, &
Mrtain- t.t. .-Veer nleile -hdtfe~
Full-time position w/ fast growing Internet
co. Required skills: MacOS proficient,
HTML-ex Internet-savvy, demonstrated
layout skills, good communication skills. Fax
resume to 313/665-9353 or email resume to
JURORS NEEDED for Mock Trials at the
Law School: 3/31, 411, 4/2, 4/3, 4/7, 419, & 4/
10. Sign up for one or more! Call 763-4319.
JURORS NEEDED for Child Advocacy
Law Clinic child abuse Mock Trials: Mar. 17,
18 and 19, 12 noon to 5:00 p.m. Please call
MACKINAC ISLAND Resort Hotel seeking
summer staff - front desk, dining room,
kitchen, maintenance and housekeeping.
Contact, Iroquois Hotel Winter Office (in
Ann Arbor) at 327-9660.
MEDICATION RESEARCH studies: The
Research Clinic is seeking healthy males,
ages 18-55, for participation in medication
research studies. Length of study time is
approx. two-four wes. Research subjects
will be paid approx. $500-$1000 for
participation. For more information please
call Bob at (313)996-7051, Mon.-Fr.,
8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. 2800 Plymouth Rd.,
Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
NATIONWIDE INSURANCE - Ann Arbor
office looking for P/IT employee. Duties incl.
clerical & phone work. Approximately 20
hrs./wk. flex. Day & eve. hrs. avail. Call Deb-
bie @ 313/213-6736.
NON-PAID PEER EDUCATORS Univer-
sity Health Service is recruiting peer
educators for 1997-98 academic yr. Choose
one of three content areas: alcohol/other
drugs, safer sex or body image. Academic
credit avail. Pick up application from Suite
N209, UHS. Men, all sexual orientations &
students of color encouraged to apply. Info?
Half-time position w/ fast growing Intemet
co. Required skills: MacOS proficient, touch-
typist, good communications & people skills,
strong organizational skills. Desired skills:
Filemaker Pro, Intemet knowledgeable. Fax
resume to 313/665-9353 or email resume to
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.
STUDENT CUSTODIAN- Hours: 8:15 a.m.
to 12:15 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Pay:
$6.75 to $7.50/hr. Good physical condition:
enthusiastic, punctual and flexible. Work
Studies welcome, but not required. Apply
now. For information, call 764-0550 or stop
by room 210A, Student Publications, 420
THE WAYNE STATE UNIVERSTY/Hut-
zel Hospital Infertility Program is seeking
healthy women to be egg donors for infertile
couples. Participation would require frequent
office visits and laboratory evaluations, daily
injections, ultrasounds and a minor surgical
procedure to remove donated eggs. The en-
tire process is strictly confidential, and finan-
cial compensation for time and travel expen-
ses will be provided. For more information,
or to initiate the screening process to be an
egg donor, call Merrilie Rousseau, BS, RNC,
Program Coordinator at (810) 558-1100, ext.
UMI is an established information services
company with operations throughout the
world. The International Sales and Marketing
department is seeking to fill two 40 hrs./week
itions of two paid interns starting in mid-
Mrch, 1997. The individuals should have a
strong interest in the international market, be
very organized and able to handle many
projects at once, and be willing to take on a
wide range of tasks. 40 hours/week, Monday-
Friday. A background in business,
knowledge of a foreign language, and ex-
perience living or studying abroad are also
All interested persons should send or fax a
cover letter and resume to:
Intemational Sales and Marketing
300 N. Zeeb Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for i wk. camp
for kids with Muscular Dystrophy. 6/13-6/21.
Call Molly at 517/694-7787.
WANTED: TEACHER for Jewish pre-
school in Flint, Sept., 1997. Commuting paid.
Degreed, liscensed teacher w/ child develop-
ment backround. Call Emily Bank 810-732-
ABLE CHILDCARE 3 afternoons, 5 & 8 yr.
old boys. Exp., ref. 663-3482.
CHILD CARE NEEDED, various hours in
my Ann Arbor home. Call Chris 663-4936.
CHILD CARE NEEDED for infant. 8-12
hrs./wk. Own transportation required. Pay
EXPERIENCED NANNY for infant & 6 yr.
old. Starts in May. Live in or out. Write P0
Box 87524 Canton, MI 48187-0524.
PART-TIME ASSISTANT needed in Mon-
tessori classroom. Call 663-8050.
WANTED: Responsible, energetic person to
care for our imaginative, happy 7 year old
boy during his summer vacation, days in our
home on the northwest side of Ann Arbor.
Goingsto the parks, swimming at Mack Pool,
Hand's On Museum, and the Museum of
Natural History are some of the favorites of
our guy. Four weekdays days week, day off
variable. Own transportation a must. Starts
June 16-ends around the last week of August.
Ref. required. Call eves. 663-2760 or e-mail
FINAL FOUR HOCKEY tickets. 2sets of 2
tickets avail. for al games. Please cal 401-
ship ticets EThura at Palac for sale two
sets of tickets. 426-2643.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Doris at
Regency Travel,;209 .State,w665-6122.o
SUMMER CHARTERS. Athens $759,
Frankfurt $589, London $449, Paris $579,
Rome $679, Shannon $409. Restrictions
apply. 209 S. State St. 665-6122.
WINTER ESCAPE- Cozy log cabins $54-
75 nightly. I2. outdoor hot tub & ski trails.
Traverse City 616/276-9502.
2 RMMTES. NEEDED @ comer of Church
& Hill to share lg. 5 bdrm. house w/ 4 girls.
Prkg., ldry., 2 full baths, full kitchen, fum.
Fem. pref. May to May lease. Call Amy @
FEMALE TO SHARE lg. apt. w/2 others.
No smkg. $274. 662-5084, 313/498-3283.
HOUSEMATE NEEDED for 7 bdrm.
house. May 97 - May 98. Own room. Great
location. Great girls. Call 669-0335.
TWO FEM. roommates needed to share con-
do w/ 1 male & 1 fein. (College Students).
Near Arborland Mall. Month to month lease.
Avail. now. Rent $375. 975-0288.
TIOS SELLS TRINIDAD Habenero sauce.
Winner three years in a row as the best hot
sauce in North America. 333 E. Huron.
We Deliver! 761-6650.
GET A JOB THAT'S REALLY
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Rally's offers excellent benefits
" Paid Vacation
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So if you're ready for a job that's really
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FALMOUTH, Ky. (AP) - Flood
victims trying to rebuild their lives are
confronting a host of new threats as the
waters recede - disease from the filthy
muck, injury from wobbly buildings
and bites from poisonous snakes.
Those going back into towns flooded
by the Ohio River and its tributaries
were told to get tetanus shots to protect
them against floodwaters fouled with
human and animal waste picked up
from fields, sewage plants and backed-
Kentucky's top health official also
has been offering common-sense
advice to those cleaning up: If it's dirty,
wash it off, then wash yourself off. If it
stinks, throw it away. If it's wobbly.
don't go in it.
"In general, if there's a question,
throw it out,"' Dr. Rice Leach said.
"Some of these things are pretty nasty."
In this town of 2,700, where raging
water from the Licking River knocked
homes off their foundations and filled
others to their rooftops, nearly all food
has to be thrown out, unless it is in
National Guard dump trucks have
been running convoys to landfills, with
trash including everything from liquor
store bottles to soggy mattresses and
prescription drugs from flooded phar-
Paul Lore, Sr. of Shelby County Sheriff's Emergency Services, helps residents load
belongings from their trailer into a boat after the Ohio River flooded.
Disease adds risk-
for flood victimsv
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Mehta's running mate, LSA Rep.
Dan Serota, said the ward system was
instated in reaction to students taking
seats on the city council.
"The city did not like that," Serota
said. "They designed the ward system
to disenfranchise students."
Victors Party presidential candidate
Jim Riske said he would like to see
MSA work with local and state govern-
ments, as well as campus and religious
groups, to organize some kind of home-
less shelter or food bank.
"That's one of my main priorities
actually because it's an obvious prob-
lem," Riske said, adding that MSA is in
a good position to use its resources to
propel the project.
LSA Rep. Mike Nagrant, the
Students' Party's presidential candidate,
has secured 1II student positions on var-
ious city council committees as MSA's
campus governance chair.
Along with increasing student repre-
sentation with the University adminis-
tration, the Students' Party wants to
continue working for more student
appointments on council committees.
"We need to keep student priorities in
mind," Nagrant said.
Matt Tomback, the Pissed Off with
Korrupt Executives Party's vice presi-
dential candidate, said MSA should be
more concerned with the Ann Arbor
community and the city council -
especially since many students live off
"We would like to see involvement
with the outside community more than
it is now," Tomback said.
Tomback said the 1 l positions open
for students on city council committees
is a good idea and has the potential to
"That's definitely a positive step that
I think should be expanded," Tomback
But Curtin said she is against the stu-
United Rebels Front presidential can-
didate Pak Man Shuen said he wants to
work with city council - but he would
not stop there. He said his party also
wants to work with student govern-
ments at other universities in order to
communicate with leaders at both the
state and national level.
"The more communication the bet-
ter," Shuen said, adding that MSA has
more clout with city council than other
student groups on campus.
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PORTUGUESE TUTOR WANTED, $10/
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aren't anything new for me," Barker
said. "The only thing that was different
about this was that I wasn't working with
a team. It was different being alone."
Barker's friends said they share his
enthusiasm about his game show
Engineering first-year student
Kirsten Kresnak has known Barker for
six years. "He's very energetic and
enthusiastic," Kresnak said. "When
people first meet him, they are in awe
(of his intelligence)," Kresnak said.
"When I found out that Craig was
going to be on 'Jeopardy!,' I was very,
very happy and excited:'
LSA first-year student Dave Wallace,
Barker's roommate, also said he became
friends with Barker in high school. "I
was very impressed when I heard about
"Jeopardy!" has been a longtime goal.
Practicing for his television debut
was laid back and fun, Barker said.
"I had a lot of help from my friends.
especially Dave and Kirsten. Dave and
I would play computer Jeopardy all the
time" he said.
Barker first got involved by sending an
e-mail message to Sony Pictures, which
owns the "Jeopardy!" game show. Sony
replied, informing Barker than tryouts
were on Nov. 9 and 10 in Minnesota.
The tryouts consisted of an exam
administered to 190 students, from
which eight were chosen. Barker took
the test and passed, along with another
University student. From there, it was
practice time for Barker, until the day of
taping last month in California.
Confidence has played a big part in
Barker's success. "I knew I was smart
enough to pass the tryouts, I just need-
ed to see what type of people I was up
. -,-,. ork" r, a co fhis feelinns