The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 10, 1998 - 7
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130 YR. OLD BUSINESS internship EARN UP TO $200 per day for three long RESEARCH ASST. FOR study of women's MOTHER'S HELPER after 2:30 p.m.
program seeks sharp students from any major weekends this summer. Have fun, travel. health. 20-30 hrs./wk. Daytime M-F. Data- Mon.-Fri. for young teen. Car & ref.
or challenging summer out west. Call 973- Physical work meet tons of freshman/women. entry/coding. Now recruit study participants necessary. Great pay. Call 971-5943.
3238 for interview. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org in Fall. Pref. BA/BF, some computer exp. $7- /T CHILDCARE Provider needed in our
A SUMMER DISCOVERY COUNSELOR FILM STUDENT wanted part-time for es- 9 r 1 year commitment. Call Bonne 763- home for 5,6, & 7 yr. olds. Two days er wk.
rTi',oa h1aL.. k..ea.d b1 sss 1 xcellent na ! 973- 41. _t rr .
job could be yours. SUMM ER
DISCOVERY, a pre-college enrichment
program for h.s. students at UM is looking
r energetic, multi-faceted counselors for 7
ks. June 25-Aug. 9. Salary + room & board
@ Stockwell Hall (co-ed). Must be 21 by
June 18. On campus interviews on Mar. 18.
Call Jen @ 800-645-6611 for app.
A-1 LAWN CARE seeking hard working
students for full time summer employment.
Starts $6.75-$7.75/hr. Will train. Call Ronnie
at 663-3343 or apply M-F 9-11 a.m./1-3 p.m.
at 719 W. Ellsworth #8. (1 block west of
State St., 1 mile south of Briarwood Mall).
A2 TENANT'S UNION Spr./Sum. Jobs
Work Study Avail. Counsel tenants, leam
non-profit skills & community organizing.
Competitive pay, meaningful work. We value
'versit 936-3076 b 4/13.
AA GARDNER NEEDED 8+ hrs./wk. Ex-
cellent pay. Flexible hours. Perennials,
shrubs, and small trees. Now thru summer.
Fall and Winter employment possible. 663-
If you don't want flipping
burgers or working in the mall to
highlight your resume...
Our Fortune 500
company is now hiring for
summer help. Marketing and
management programs available.
$400 per week and up.
Call 677-5544 for interview.
AAA SITTER/DRIVER NEEDED late
Apr.-June 15. Must drive, car not req. 2-3
afternoons/wk. 3-6 p.m. incl. Fridays.
Employment after June 15 possible. Excel-
nt pay, flexible hours. 663-6030.
ABBOTT'S LANDSCAPE Nursery crew,
nursery & sales help needed. 2781 Scio
AIRLINE EMPLOYMENT- Entry level/
skilled. Ground crew, reservationists, ticket
agents, flight attendants. Excellent travel
benefits. Ask us how! (517) 336-0971 ext.
ARRIBA RESTAURANT is now hiring for
the following positions: waitstaff, bartenders,
hosts, bussers, a.m. prep cooks, & p.m. line
cooks. We offer flex. hrs., competitive pay,
eals, tuition reimbursement program, & a
reat working environment. Apply in person
-F, 2-5, 314 S. Fourth Ave.
ATTENTION PREBUSINESS and PreLaw
majors. Make great $$ this summer while set-
ting yourself apart for grad. school. Call
KEYKERT USA, INC.
Keykert USA, Inc. is a leading inter-
national manufacturer of automotive
locking and latching systems. We
have several Summer Internships
available at our R & D center in
Wixom and New Production Plant
in Webbervi lle.
R & D Engineering Interns
Must be at least a sop omore and
Majoring in Mechanical
Production Engineering Interns
Looking for students interested in
area of Quality or
Manufacturing Engineering. Must be
at least a sophomore and
Majoring in Industrial, Mechanical,
or Metallurgical Engineering
Internships start May 1, 1998 and end
August 15, 1998. Keykert USA, Inc.
offers competitive pay and a great
Please send all Resumes to:
Keykert USA, Inc.
46941 Liberty Drive
Wixom, MI 48393
No prone calls please
Equal Opportunity Employer M/F
ATTENTION UM STUDENTS
Gain experience to help with resume
Make $2072/month this summer
Call Casey @ 665-9167
BOOKSTORE NEEDS P/T & F/f help. $6/
CAMP STAFF- Outstanding, accredited
Slim Down Camp on modem college cam-
puses in Mass. and Penn., seeks students and
professionals interested in fitness and fun!
Specialties: athletics, dance, aerobics, tennis,
swim, nutrition, R.D., R.N. 7 weeks. Inter-
nship credit available Three years college,
minimum. You can help change a life this
summer! Camp Camelot, 800-421-4321;
CLERICAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE
PF positions for Spr. & Sum. w/ flexible day
hrs. Computer exp. needed, preferably Excel
~nd Microsoft Word. Previous office exp.
Welpful. Ability to work in a team
environment. Will train. Start at $7.00/hr. For
more info, contact Thalia Adams at Michigan
Telefund at 998-7420.
COUNSELORS AND COOK needed at
coed summer camp near A2. Room, board,
and salary. (734)878-6628 for more info.
CRUISE SHIP & LAND-TOUR JOBS-Ex-
cellent benefits World Travel. Ask us howl
317-324-3090 ext. C55981.
EARN EXTRA CASH mailing our cir-
ulars from home in your spare time. No ex-
rience necessary. Free info. call toll free 1-
EARN UP TO $2,000 Part time in just 4-8
Weeks. Memolink needs I highly motivated
individual to direct its summer sales/market-
ing project at Michigan. Contact Carlene @
,ausne poster fulca ne a~ . . py: .-
FULL TIME SUM. Computer Technical
Support position. 40 hrs./wk. starting ASAP.
PC-skills incl. software installation &
familiarity w/ Win95 & NT. Contact Judith
Flanders M Pathways Project UM 3036
Admin. Services Bldg. 763-6813. email
FUN SUMMER JOBS for students who
want to make a difference. General
counselors, WSI's, arts & crafts, and
specialists needed from June 22 - August 14.
Must live in Bloomfield, Novi, Farmington,
or adjacent areas. WILLOWAY DAY
CAMP 248/932-2123 or e-mail
GENERAL LABOR/swimming pool
maintenance. Top pay: $600+/wk. for self-
motivated individuals. N.W. Detroit suburbs.
Call Craig at 248-477-7727.
GREAT PAY! Ypsilanti Twp. Recreation
needs staff for the following summer jobs:
Daycamp supervisor, Daycamp counselor,
Park Ranger, Park attendant. Apply soon!
Positions pay $7-11/hr. depending on job &
qualifications. Pick up application at the Yp-
silanti Twp. Community Center, 2025 E.
Clark, Ypsilanti 48198. Questions call 544-
GREAT SUMMER JOB! S pring Valley
Trout Farm, Dexter. Work w/children on
field trips, general farm work, and some fish
cleaning. May-Aug. 40 hrs./wk. $6.75/hr.
HAVE AN AMAZING SUMMER! Coed
camp in Massachusetts seeks caring &
motivated college students who love kids!
General & specialty counselors needed. Join
a dedicated team. Competitive salaries +
room+ board+ travel. 800-762-2820.
HEAD COOK WANTED for Northem
Michigan summer camp. June 15-August 22.
Room & board + excellent salary. Lake Char-
levoix location. 616-547-6556.
HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS needed (18-
60yrs.) to participate in several diffrent UM
research studies. Involvement: blood
samples, possibly taking a medication, inter-
view & questionnaire, OR viewing slides,
Compensation $25-$200, depending on
study. Call 936-4395.
HOME HEALTH CARE attendants for lo-
cal student. No experience necessary-will
tramin. Great opportunity for nursing and OT
students. Very flexible schedules. Must have
transportation. Call 930-6152.
INDIVIDUALS NEEDED FOR research
studies: The Wamer-LambeR/Parke-Davis
Community Research Clinic is seeking heal-
thy males, aged 18-55, for participation in
medication research studies. Length of study
time is approximately two-four weeks.
Research subjects will be paid approximately
$500.00-$1000.00 for participation. You
must not take daily prescription medications
or have any chronic illness. For more
information, please call Liz at (734) 622-
7051, Mon.-Fri., 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 2800
Plymouth Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
INTERESTED IN WORKING with
children? Be a Summer Day Camp Counselor
for boys. Program is child-centered, non-
competitive. Trans. provided/good salary/fun.
Circle M Day Camp, Wheeling, Illinois. 847-
LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION labor.
$7.50/hr. Good working conditions. EOE.
LAST CHANCE TO MAKE $2000 in one
week! Motivated student groups (Fratemities,
sororities, etc.) needed for marketing project.
Call Dennis 800-357-9009.
MUSIKER TOURS. Counselors needed for
our stud. travel programs. Applicants must be
21 yrs. old by June 20, 1998. We need
mature, hardworking, energetic individuals
who can dedicate 4-7 wks. this summer
working with teenagers. We will be on cam-
pus interviewing Tues. April 14th. To receive
an application or more info: Call Jen at 888/
8-SUMMER or E-mail:
NANNIES/LI VEIN NEEDED for NY/CT/
CA/NJ families. Minimum one year
commitment. Professional and affluent
families. Must have child-care and/or related
experience. Excellent opportunity for net-
working and saving money. Also accepting
applications for new Elite Division. Average
Salaries $300-$500/wk. Limited summer
NATIONAL PARK EMPLOYMENT-
Forestry, Wildlife Preserves,
Concessionaires, Firefighters, & more. Cor-
etitive wages + benefits. Ask us how! 517-
4-3110 Ext. N55983.
Seniors & Grads. Attend class, take notes.
Earn up to $14/lecture. Variety of classes,
flexible schedule. Faculty approved classes
only. Reserve a class of your choice for the
fall term now. Apply at Grade A Notes, 549
E. University Ave., or call 741-9669 for more
NUTRITION & CANCER study research
asst. needed. Must have computer & stats
skills. Req. some lab work. Send letter &
resume: S.A. Henderson, School of Public
Health II, 1420 Washington Heights, AA, MI
OFFICE ASSISTANT Dept. of
Epidemioolgy. $9/hr. Apr.-Aug. Also re-
quires lifting of heavy boxes. Contact Jody
OFFICE ASST. $6.50/hr. Exp. w/ MS Word
& Excel. Call 647-3605.
needed for landscape design/build firm. Must
be able to operate PC, communicate with
clients, perform basic accounting, provide of-
fice support. F/T Sum. P/T Fall & Winter.
PAINTERS NEEDED to paint. Complexes
in Rochester Ilills, Clinton Township, &
Clarkston. $8.00/hr. and 35-40 hrs./wk. Exp.
helpful, but not nec. Call Christian @ 1800-
477-1001 x 406.
PART OR FULL TIME deli helpers $7/hr.
Dimo's Deli & Donuts.662-7944.
PHOTO LAB TECH- minilab tech for Pro
Lab. (EXPERIENCE PREFERRED) Flexible
schedule. FT/PT. Jeff @ Foto-L. (734) 665-
3686x16 or jeffg@fotol .com.
RECEPTIONIST FOR small non-smoking
Ann Arbor office. M-F, 8 to 5. Salary $7 to
$9/hour. Negotiable start date. Health in-
surance not offered.
University Directories is hiring students to
sell yellow page advertising for the official
telephone directory this summer. Paid
internship. Training program. Excellent sales/
marketing & management experience. Call 1-
800-743-5556 ext. 143 or visit
SALES/MARKETING REPS NEEDED for
lots of $, flexible hours.
Call Tracy (888)915-6200.
SPECIAL GIFT-We're looking for healthy
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
Hiring 6-8 individuals for immediate
employment. Starting $8/hr. F/T, P/T. Great
for resume. Call 913-5995.
SUBSTITUTES NEEDED. NAYC Ac-
credited Early Childhod Center is in need of
substitues for Spring and Summer. Call 668-
SUMMER CAMP JOBS: at Camp Fowler
for children and adults with developmental
disabilities. Seeking applicants for counselor
positions. June 8 -August 14, 1998. Call
517-673-2050 or email
SUMMER FULL-TIME HELP for very
busy new A2 business. Must have own trans.
Familiar with computer/Windows. Good
communication skills nec. No Dress Code!
$7-8/hr. Call Carla at 761-1150.
TEMPORARY LEASING AGENT. Large
Ann Arbor apt. community. Must have
general office experience. April-Labor Day.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, Sur-
vey Research Center Survey Lab is now
recruiting people with excellent communica-
tion skills and interest/background in the so-
cial/economicasciences to join a team collec-
ting national public opinion telephone
interviews. Candidates need to be highly self-
directed with a professional telephone man-
ner for conducting research interviews. Ex-
rennce with IBM compatible computers
helpful. Keyboard/typing skills required.
Must be available to work 16-20 hrs. per
week, nearly exclusively evenings and
weekends. Competitive wages-starting at
Apply in person, weekdays 8:30 a.m.-5:00
p.m., at the University of Michigan, Institute
for Social Research, Rm. 3350, 426
Thompson St., Ann Arbor from 4/10/98
through 4/30/98. The University of Michigan
is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action
TRAVEL-TEACH ENGLISH: 5 day/40 hr.
(May 20-24) TESOL teacher cert. course (or
by corresp.) 1000's of jobs avail. NOW.
FREE info. pack, toll free 1-888-270-2941.
U OF M CHILD CARE Resource & Refer-
ral Counselor. Family Care Resources
Program has a full time 37.5 hrs. per week
position. Positive, flexible work environment.
Prefer bachelors and early childhood educa-
tion or related field, experience with children/
families. Starting salary $21,000 w/full
cafeteria style benefits. Send cover letter with
resume to Child Care Network. 3060
Packard, Ste. G. Ann Arbor, 48108 or fax to
734-975-1860 by April 20. EOE.
WANTED ACCOUNTING STUDENTS
for part-time bookkeeping positions w/ A2
firm. Flex. hrs. 913-0690.
WANTED- STRONG, energetic, reliable
person for Pf Bam help. 995-0092.
ZINGERMAN'S - A great place to eat, a fun
place to work. Zingerman's Delicatessen is
looking for full and part time prep cooks,
bussers, & dishwashers to work hard & have
fun. Call Tommy at 663-DELI.
2 GREAT KIDS, age 5 & 3, need p.m. sitter
on Mon. & Thur. Can give more hrs. if nec.
Excellent pay. Call 662-4805._
2 YR. OLD TWIN GIRLS seeking sitter in
our NE Ann Arbor home. Non-smoker. 2
days/wk in 6 (or 5)/98 thru 8/98. Call Anne
AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE
NEEDED. Spr./sum. or longer term. Looking
for warm & exp. caregiver 3 aftemoons/wk.
Tues. 36:30 pm. Thurs. & Fri. 3-5:30 p.m.
More sum. hrs. if desired. 2 children, ages 8
& 12 in our Bums Park home. Good pay for
reliable n-smkg. w/own car, ref. 769-2875.
BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 6 mo. old
girl. Mondays or Wednesdays 9 a.m.- 1 p.m.
Close to campus, n-smkr. keferences
CHILD CARE 3 wonderful children ages 1,
3, & 6. TTh 11-6 & or M 10-4:30 Ann
Arbor. Own trans. N-smkg. Must have exp.,
energy, enthusiasm. Apr 27-June 12. Sum./
Fall hrs. avail. Good pay. Call w/ ref. 669-
CHILD CARE NEEDED for an infant. 12-
15 hrs./wk. Beginning May call 995-0625.
CHILD CARE for infant in our N.E. Ann
Arbor home. Full time, Mon.-Fri. Start July.
Non-smoker. Previous exp. & references
CREATIVE ENERGETIC patient person to
watch 6 mo. old in our A2 home 2-5 days/
wk. N-smkr. May-Aug. $5-9. 769-2917.
EXCEPTIONAL CHILD CARE person/
morn's helper needed starting May. Fun-
loving, energetic person to help mom with
children ages 6, 6, 3, & 8 mo. Dependable,
trustworthy, non-smoker, swimmer, car a
must. References. 313-665-1651.
zar & ref. req. Great pay ! Great kids! Call
Lynn @ 662-1706.
SPR/SUM JOB. Sitter needed for one 2 yr.
old. Tues. 12:30-4:30, Fri. 12:30-4:30, &
Mon. or Thurs. 4-8. Reliable transportation
needed. Helen 994-8553.
SUMMER CHILD CARE 24 hrs./wk. for 3
& 6 yr. old girls in our Ann Arbor home. Call
- tickets & travel
$ LOW FARES WORLDWIDE & Summer
Charters to Europe. Frankfurt from $629,
London from $449, Shannon from $429. In-
stant purchase Eurail passes. Regency Travel
209 S. State 665-6122.
$ STUDENTS Purchase your tickets with
Continental vouchers & Amex card. Regency
Travel 209 S. State St. 665-6122. Frances.
ACTION-PACKED TOURS for 18-35
year-olds in Europe and Australia at Student
Travel Breaks in Ann Arbor. Stamos Travel
AVAILABLE: 2 gift certificates, S.W.
Airlines. Must travel by April 21. 763-3422
or 995-2043 eves.
WINTER ESCAPE- Cozy log cabins on
lake. $54-79 ntly. Incl. hot tub, cross country
trails & more. Near downhill. Traverse City.
can play today - Herb David Guitar Studio
302 L Liberty 665-8001.
ADOPTION Loving, college educated
couple wishes to adopt. We can provide a
child w/ a fine education and beautiful home
filled w/ much love &. laughter. Please call
Cindy & Don 800-33-2116.
GOVT. FORECLOSED homes from pen-
nies on $1. Delinquent Tax, Repo's. REO's
Your Area. Toll Free (1) 800-218-9000 Ext.
H-1864 for current listings.
Easter Festival Worship
April 12, 10:30 a.m.
Univers u an Chapel
1511 W n ill)
YOGA TUESDAYS 12-1 p.m. First Con-
gregational Church State & Williams. To
register call 663-3798.
Abundant love and guidance will be given to
your baby. Let us help you fulfill the dreams
& expectations you have for your child.
Caring couple w/ much to share is seeking a
baby to & nurture. An adotion plan takes
courage. Expenses paid. Please call Joan
and Bill 1-800-311-7663. Thank you.
Happily married, childless Michigan grads.
(BFA, MBA) seeking to adopt infant. Please
call toll free: 1-888-290-1175, or e-mail us at:
Loving infertile couple is
hoping to find a compassion-
ate woman to help us have a
baby. We're hoping for some-
one who has blond or brown
hair and blue eyes. We'd be
delighted to find a healthy,
intelligent, college student or
graduate. Age 21-30.
Thank you for your consider-
ation. Compensation up to
$5000 plus expenses.
If you can help us, please call
1-800-886-9373, ext. 6733.
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Traffic rolls past damaged blacktop on a Lansing side street. A recent poll
indicates that a majority of state motorists blame Gov. John Engler for the
poor road repair despite his plan to spend $1 billion on road fixes this year.
D co ntest to draw
By Rachel Edelman
Daily Staff Reporter
About 250 people are expected to
enjoy music, free food and hip-hop
entertainment tonight at an open-mic
and DJ contest scheduled for 7-11 p.m.
in the Michigan Union U-Club.
"Everyone that enjoys hip-hop ... that
enjoys seeing quality DJs, should be
there," said Marshall Lyons, newly elect-
ed president of Black Vibes.
Black Vibes is a two-year old music-,
based organization devoted to providing
students with affordable music events and
keeping students up to date on the latest
music entertainment news. The group
received two NAACP and Student
Activities and Leadership awards this
Winners of the event, hosted by Black
Vibes, will receive a first-place trophy,
gift certificates to Cookies by Design and
Pizza Bobs, a Black Vibes T-shirt and
various complementary items.
"We're expecting a great turnout,"
said Engineering senior Gerald Olivari,
current president of Black Vibes. "I
expect it to be a great event."
Throughout the night, two authentic
Michigan basketball warm-up suits will
be raffled, along with various gift cer-
tificates. Free food will be available,
and tickets for the event cost 52.98.
"We strongly believe in unity
through music.' said Olivari, who will
also be the emcee for the event.
Tonight;s event is one of Black Vibes'
major productions of the year. Black
Vibes has previouslv hosted various
music events and open-mie nights, and
hosts a radio show on WCBN. The group
also hosts First Fridays. which are open
mic events and parties held on the first
Friday of every month.
"It's given students something differ-
ent;' said Mary Stewart. Michigan Union
Scheduling Office conference assistant.
"It's something that's live and exciting -
students really enjoy these events."
The event's sponsors include Source
magazine, Virgin Records. the
Michigan Athletic Department and
Chelsea Flower Shop.
During the night, Olivari, who is also
the president of the Black Greek
Association, will introduce the new
president of Black Vibes. as well as the
new Black Vibes executive board.
Olivari "has done some pretty good
things since he's been here: Stewart
said. "He's a pretty amazing young
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very few times the entire family will get together"
But the family time doesn't mean togetherness and meals for everyone.
LSA junior Mamnie Bailey said her family time will mean intense competition.
1'm going to go to my grandma's and have an egg hunt, like every vear," Bailey
said. "And I'm going to beat my older brother, like every year.
Passover brings many students home for the entire weekend.
"I've gone home whenever Passover has fallen on a weekend." said LSA junior
Lewis Rosenberg. "It's an excuse for being with the family."
Political science and Judaic studies Prof. Zvi Gitelman said students are eager to
keep Passover because it incorporates the three 'F's: food, ftimily and fun.
"The holiday promotes a happy time in remembrance of national liberation -=
and an enjoyable meal with the family," Gitelman said.
Gitelman said that because the University does not cancel classes in observ ance
of Passover or Good Fridav, the holidays could easily slip by unnoticed.
But local religious groups are determined for that not to happen.
Hillel is hosting Seders. traditional evening suppers that mark the first two nights
of Passover, for Jewish students. Six campus Christian organizations are holding a
rally on the Diag at noon today to celebrate Good Friday. and many local churches
are offering sunrise services followed by Easter breakfast on Sunday morning.
"I find that students who don't attend church regularly come to celebrate Easter."
said Vivan Martindale, senior pastor at the First Baptist Church of Ypsilanti, who
said he expects many students to turn out for their 7 a.m. service.
"Students in the throws of final exams and papers they've been putting off will duck
in for Easter at the end of the term, hoping a few prayers will help." \artindale said.
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the average Engineering professor
makes $102,992 per year.
"I think the administration of the
Medical School has been ineffective in
pushing for appropriate salaries,"
The average Law School professor
makes more than professors in the
College of Literature, Science and the
Arts. The reason for the higher salary is
obvious because lawyers get paid more,
The competition to recruit the best
faculty in the nation has resulted in
substantial salary increases, D'Alecy
percent - double the rate of infla-
"I think overall salaries are getting
quite high," D'Alecy said.
Raising faculty salaries does not
directly correspond to the tuition paid
by students. Therefore. an increase in
faculty salaries would not necessarily
correlate to a tuition increase. D'Alecv
Faculty salaries are drawn from
the general fund, which is made up
of mostly tuition money, state appro-
priations and research grants; there-
fore, if faculty salaries were raised.
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