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'SALKANS
ntinued from Page 1A
_ugoslav artillery and tank fire from the hills above.
Allied officials acknowledged that their information about
.onditions in Kosovo is fragmentary and second hand - a
dearth of conformable facts underscored by reports yesterday
ttMt two Kosovo Albanian leaders reported by NATO last
Week to have been executed are alive. Nevertheless, State
2epartment spokesperson James Rubin said, "I think that
ilibre should be no doubt in anybody's mind that there are ter-
*e, terrible things going on in Kosovo, with men being exe-
cuted, women being raped and hundreds of thousands of peo-
pie being forcibly removed from their homes."
Photographs of families uprooted from their homes and
loaded on trains for deportation evoked stark images of World
War II and stoked fears among officials and rights groups that
atrocities are being committed on a massive scale. Assistant
Secretary of State Julia. Taft said yesterday the estimated
107,000 Kosovo civilians who have fled or been deported since
the bombing started "are the lucky ones."

PROTEST
Continued from Page IA
she added.
Tokovic said her family members,
who still lives in Serbia, are afraid of
Serbian rebels who want to kill more
people because of the NATO bombings.
As a dictator, she said, Milosevic
doesn't care about his people because
he has said he is willing to sacrifice
them.
"There are people who support him,
but they are not happy that their country
is being destroyed" for Milosevic's
gains in power, Tokovic said, adding
that just two days ago, he deployed
40,000 more troops to Kosovo for a
"final ethnic cleansing."
The ethnic cleansing involves Serbians
killing ethnic Albanians - the majority

LOCAL/STATE-
of whom are Muslim - or kicking them
out of Yugoslavia "for no reason," said
LSA first-year student Mohsen Nasir.
"Something's not right" if people are
only being killed because of race, he said,
adding that both groups have lived in the
same country for a long time.
"We're trying to keep another Bosnia
from happening, Nasir said. "Is there a
scale where so many people have to die
before we do something?"
Harsolia said, "Milosevic's planned
and systemized way to ethnically
cleanse ... is analogous to Hitler's 1
extermination of Jews. Milosevic is not
a new phenomenon."
Milosevic wants to form a "Greater
Serbia" in which he controls the sur-1
rounding states and wipes out anyone
who is not Serbian, Harsolia said, which
includes the Croats and the primarily1

The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 1, 1999 - 7A

Muslim ethnic Albanians.
Milosevic's act of war "wasn't spo-
radic" - his troops go into villages
where they kill men, imprison women
and even use children as shields for
tanks, Harsolia claimed.
Although he said he supports
NATO's airstrikes, he said the slow
response was not able to save the 2,000
people who died between February and
March, nor the one-third of the ethnic
population who are now refugees.
"I think it would be a very sad situa-
tion if it was no longer 'national inter-
est' to stop the genocide," Harsolia said.
Tokovic said the rally supports the
bombing, "but the whole idea is to stop
the ethnic cleansing," which could be
accomplished by arming the Albanians
and sending in ground troops to protect
Kosovo.

FOOLS
Continued from Page 1A
pissed. I can laugh about it now."
Because of all the tricks played on April Fool's Day, it is-
easy for people to become paranoid about encountering gags.
"Last year I got accepted into U of M on April Fool's
Day," SNRE first-year student Josh Nucian said. "I didn't
know if it was a joke or not."
"I do something for April Fool's Day every year," said
Salvagione. "I don't know how you can not participate.",.
Although a number of students take advantage of April
Fool's Day, many may not know how it began.
April 1 was New Year's Day until 1562, when Pope
Gregory created the modern calendar. But lack of commu-
nication left many citizens unaware of the change, so they
continued to celebrate the New Year on April 1.
Those who were more enlightened ridiculed the others by
calling them "April fools" and playing tricks on them.
"It doesn't really matter how April Fool's Day got start-
ed," Pilarski said. "I'm just glad it's still around."

* *** ***** ** **** ** ****** *** *** *** *** *
EXECUTIVE RESIDENCE- Wait staff
needed immediately to work through the
simmer. Free food, will pay the right
cpdidate up to $9/hr. Breakfast, lunch, and
d r shifts avail. Call 763-8149, ask for
or leave msg.
A FUN JOB!
FOR STUDENTS/OTHERS
$12.15 to start
No experience required
Must be neat and articulate
PT now/FT after finals
Will secure summer position
Scholarship/Internships available
CALL M-W 10-7
(734) 971.6122
A FUN SUMMER JOB that makes a
DIFFERENCE. Work with children as
gieral counselors from 6/21-8/13. Must live
tar ., Blm. Fid., Novi, Birm., or adj.
. Email Willowaydc@aol.com or Call
Willoway Day Camp 248-932-2123.
AAPS COMMUNITY EDUCATION &
Recreation is hiring staff (certification not
necessary) for the following classes:
Instructional Swim and Tennis, Clay,
Drawing & Painting, Irish Step Dance and
Hip Hop Dance. Immediate openings,
flexible hours available, Spring and Summer
sessions. 994-2300 ext. 233 or ext 228.
g.O.E.
NEGOTIATE!
E ARN $10
Experiment held in the
business school.
Dates: March 28, April 4,
April 11
Available times: 3:00
and 4:30
Register at:
tp://www.umich.edu/
-cisdept/DDM
Must be an undergradu-
ate over the age of 18.
AMERICORPS VISTA literacy project in
Lansing. 40 hrs.wk. for 1 yr. Monthly
stipend $680, end of service educational
award. $4750. Heath insurance incl.
Aplication deadline April 19. (517) 485-
449.
A COMPLEX- Ann Arbor. Part-time/
full-time leasing agents. Flex. hrs., walking
distance to campus. Exp. helpful, but not req.
Phone (734) 665-4331 or fax (734) 665-2354.
A'YTINTION STUDENTS!!
MIv TELEFUND is hiring!! Create your own
schedule, gain valuable computer &
cmmunication skills. Paid training, fun
atmosphere. Up to $8/hr. Bonuses galore!
For application & info stop by 611 Church
#304 or call 998-7420.
K ON GETTING A TAN! Make $7-
1W. plus bonuses working outdoors this
sufnier. College Pro Painters is now hiring
crew managers and painters for the Ann
Arbor area and other areas across the state.
Call 734-665-8036.

BREAK INTO THE high salary Internet
business. Intern at the Associationrfob
Interactive Media. Our former interns earn
credit, and now have jobs at CDNow, US
Web, Sidewalk, Bear Sterns, E! Online.
Email your resume to interns
@interactivehq.org or visit
www.interactivehq.org. Highly competitive,
apply early for limited spots. Need excellent
communications skills, computer basics.
CAMP JOBS
For residents of Chicago's Northern suburbs.
DISCOVERY DAY CAMP is seeking
nurturing staff: counselors and specialists in
nature, ropes course, gymnastics, drama,
tennis, and swimming. Bus driving positions
available for over 21s. Call 800-659-4332 or
email ilise@campdiscovery.com
TAMARACK CAMPS
Jewish communal camp in
Michigan hiring for Summer
Arts & Crafts Supervisor
Special Needs Counselor
Ceramics Specialist
General Counselors
Call (248) 661-0600 for info.
COMPUTER NETWORK ENGINEER
Challenging Career installing and supporting
UNIX, Netware, and Windows NT networks
in SE Michigan. Will train the right people.
Controller, 4201 Varsity Dr. #D, A2 MI
48108. www.domsvs.com EOE.
COMPUTER NETWORK SALES
Get an exciting career right here in A2 selling
computers and computer networking
equipment to area businesses. Computer and
sales experience required. Controller. 4201
Varsity Dr. #D, A2, MI 48108,
www.domsys.com EOE.
CONSTRUCTION & SWIMMING POOL
service. Top pay for hard-working, self-
motivated people to work in the NW Detroit
subs Must be trustworthy & dependable. 248-
477-7727.
COUNTER/SALESPERSON Full-time and
Part-time. Kilwin's of Ann Arbor needs good
personalities with strong work ethics. Apply
at 107 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor.
CRUISE LINE-Entry level on board
positions avail., great benefits. Seasonal or
yr. round. Call 941-329-6434.
www.cruisecareers.com

FALL TEACHER (Love toddlers). Cook,
clean, organize, yard work & pet care. Full
time or afternoons. $8-$10/hr. 769-2795.
FEMALE UNDERGRADUATE students
needed to participate in discussion group,
Wednesday, April 7 at 5:30 p.m. $35 paid for
participation. Corner of Stadium &
Washtenaw. Please call 973-1050 for more
informatinn-- sk for Barhara
FIND YOUR
SUMMER
JOB NOW!!!
We have many full time
& part time
positions in the Ann Arbor
& surrounding areas.
Adm. Asst.
Data Entry
General Office
Receptionist
Assembly
Light Industrial
Shipping/Receiving
Apply Mon. - Thurs.
8:30 - 10:30 AM or
1:30- 3:30 PM at
5060 Jackson Rd, Independence Plaza,
Ann Arbor. Picture ID
& Social Security Card Required.
Pay ranges: $7-12 hr.
Visit our Website at:
www.PerformancePersonnel.com
FRIENDS GIFT SHOPS
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Cashier experience helpful
8-18 hrs., evenings, weekends, holidays
Must beavailable through holidays
Some daytime hours available.
Work Study Students Qualify.
$6.25 Call 936-5971 after 12 Noon.
GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE
Positions: The University of Michigan
Radrick Farms Golf Course is seeking people
who are motivated and conscientious to fill
golf course maintenance positions for the
summer. Positions available April 15th.
$7.50/ hour. Contact Corbin Todd at 998-
7043. A Non-Discriminatory Affirmative
Action Employer.
GRAPHIC DESIGNER & Database
Programmer wanted for freelance work on
website. Little exp. req. ieffpm@umich.edu
GREAT SUMMER JOB-Perfect for
education majors. Work with children on
field trips, help on farm, some fish cleaning.
Job runs May-Aug. $7.50/hr. 40 hour week,
Spring Valley Trout Farm, Dexter, MI. (734)
426-4772.
JANITOR
Cushing-Malloy Inc., book manufacturer, is
accepting applications for janitorial positions.
Duties include sweeping, moping, emptying
trash, etc.
* Monday-Thursday
* 4:30 pm - 2:30 am
* Wages & hrs. negotiable
* Vacation & benefits for FIT employees
Please apply in person at 1350 N. Main, Ann
Arbor. EOE.
JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!!!
Chat with famous UM alumni, enhance your
resume while you earn some extra cash!!!
**Telefund needs you!** Flexible evening
hours, paid training. Earn up to $8/hour!!
Call 998-7420 for more info or stop by 611
Church #4F.

CUSTOMER SERVICE

Friendly, reliable, motivated person wanted.
F/T or P/T. Apply at Dollar Bill Copying.
611 Church.
DO YOU LIKE WORKING WITH
CHILDREN? Do you enjoy being outdoors?
Then Kimball Camp YMCA has the job for
you. We are currently hiring for Spring
Outdoor Education Program. Salary starts at
$130/wk. + room & board. Call Kimball
Camp at 517-283-2168.'
DRIVERS & BAR TENDERS needed for
Executive Residence to start immediately.
Call Dan or Petey at 763-8149.
EARLY CHILDHOOD SUBSTITUTES
needed for spring and summer. Have fun
while earning extra cash. Work according to
your schedule. $7/hr. Call Pat at 668-0887.
EXP. ASST. WANTED for summer.
General office duties. 30-40 hrs./wk. Must be
reliable, self-starter, exp., and prof. in Word
Perfect & Excel. $10/hr. Call 763-6664.

LABORATORY ATTENDANT $5.50 to
$7.50/hr. 8-18 hours/wk. for Spring and
Summer and possibly Fall. Laboratory prep
work: media prep; sterilizing/ordering lab
supplies. Cleaning glassware. Reliable 615-
2043 mdparise@umich.edu
It's time to
start thinking
about your *o-b
for next Fal.
Stop thinking and
apply now!
O ,
yf
The Michigan Daily
Classified Sales Department
is currently looking for
fun, energetic,
creative students to fill the
position of Classified
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE
for Fall/Winter terms.
Have fun and get paid!
Applications are
available at the
Student Publications Building,
420 Maynard St, 2nd Floor.
Questions? Just call 764-0557.
Deadline: 5 p.m. April 2
LANDSCAPE ASSISTANTS - Summer
employment with or without possible part or
full time opportunity for Fall. Landscape
installation and garden maintenance.
Knowledge of trees, shrubs, perennials
helpful. $8.00/hr. to start. Call 734-475-6789.
LAW CLUB (DINING SERVICES) is
hiring students and work study students for
Winter term. $7.50/hr. to start. Catering
opportunities start at $8.75/hr. Meal benefits,
flexible hours, day & weekend positions too!
Apply in person 551 S. State St. or call 764-
1115 for availability.
LIFEGUARDS & WSI'S
Part time/full time, outdoor pools
5/26 to 9/1/99, must be 18 yrs. old,
current ARC certification, flexible
hours, pay based on experience.
Apply at Ann Arbor Reality,
616 Church, 663-7444.
LOOKING FOR A JOB THIS SUMMER
that will allow you to work outside, meet lots
of great people, feel a sense of
accomplishment at the end of the day, and
have fun doing it while making $8/hr. Hours
are M-F 7 am - 3:30 pm. Call the U of M
Grounds Dept. at 764-3422.
MICHIGAN THEATRE Cleaning staff and
light maint. Late nights and some days. Free
movie and concert passes. $6.75/hr. to start.
Approx. 20 hrs./wk. Pick up applications at
Michigan Theatre Box Office. 668-8397 x40
or 216-6748.
MUSKIER TOURS AND SUMMER
DISCOVERY
SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES
Counselors needed for our student travel
programs and/or our pre-college enrichment
programs. Applicants must be 21 years old
by June 20, 1999.
We need:
*Mature
*Hardworking
*Energetic individuals who can dedicate 4-7
weeks this summer working with teenagers.
To Receive an application or to find out more
infomation: Call (888) 8SUMMER or
E-mail: ien@summerfun.com
PART TIME SPRING SUMMER Job, 1I-
lpm, $7/hour. St. Paul Early Childhood
Center. Help children with their lunch. Call
Pat at 668-0887.
PART-TIME, FLEX. hrs. $8/hr. to start.
Dimo's Deli & Doughnuts. 662-7944.
PROGRAMMER WELCOME TO THE
FUTURE! Ann Arbor based Thin-Client
Applications Developer is seeking new
members for its development team. We need
programmers w/ experience in Dbase,
FoxPro, Clipper, C++, SQL, & HTML (not
all are req.) This is brand new technology,
and we will train the new hires as req. We
need people w/ the right stuff. Our needs are
immed. The solids are lit. We have a launch

commit. Seat belts are req. Contact us at
Centromine, Inc. 683 Airport Blvd., Suite 2,
Ann Arbor, MI 48108 or at
mbodner@centromine.com
PROGRESSIVE MINDED STUDENTS:
Get your summer job right now and have it
waiting for you. Fight pollution & learn
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SCOREKEEPERS NOW HIRING part
time cooks, waitstaff, and floormen for
March through July 30th (Art Fair). Must be
available spring and summer terms. No
experience needed but helpful. Apply today
at 310 Maynard across from Borders books.
STUDENT TUTORS WANTED! Working
w/young autistic children. Full or Part-time,
flex. hrs., training provided. Good hourly
rate. Summer and/or fall. Psych., Special Ed.,
Speech, or Edu. pref., but all welcome to
apply. For more info. call Kim @ 663-7628
by April 7.
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS Needed
for Premier Camps in Massachusetts.
Positions available for talented, energetic,
and fun loving students as counselors in all
team sports, all individual sports such as
Tennis & Golf, Waterfront &sPool activities,
& specialty activities including art, dance,
theatre, gymnastics, newspaper, rocketry &
radio. Great Salaries, room, board and travel.
June 19-Aug. 18. Enjoy a great summer that
promises to be unforgettable. MAH-KEE-
NAC (Boys): 1-800-753-9118. DANBEE
(Girls): 1-800-392-3752.
www.greatcampiob.com
SUMMER CAMP NEAR Ann Arbor,
seeks counselors, lifeguards, health dir.
Room, board, and salary. 734-878-6628.
SUMMER GROUNDS POSITIONS
Housing Complex, 35 hrs./wk. Competitive
wages. Call 971-5710.
SUMMER JOBS. ST. Paul Early Childhood
Center, a nationally accredited childcare
center, has part-time and full-time summer
jobs avail. Call Pat at 668-0887.
THE ANN ARBOR YMCA Youth
Volunteer Corps is looking for Youth Team
Leaders, coordinating and supervising
community service-learning projects with
youth volunteers ages 12-18. Lots of fun
work, great people, and a free membership to
the YMCA. Full-time 9 week summer
position. Call Hannah @ (734)663-0536.
THE PUBLISHERS OF CURRENT
MAGAZINE & the Blue Book seek part
time, summer editorial interns. $5.50/hr.
Send writing samples, resume & letter of
interest to SGI Publications, 212 E. Huron,
Ann Arbor, 48104 or call Stephanie or Lisa at
668-4044.
U-M GOLF COURSE - has summer
temporary groundskeeper positions available
immediately. Pay will range from $6.50-
$8/hr, plus golfing privileges. Please contact
Jim Roland at 647-9766 for more info.
WANTED: 100 STUDENTS. Lose 5-100
lbs. New metabolism breakthru RN asst. Free
gift guaranteed. $35 fee. 800-940-5377.
YARD WORK OR CLEANING Walk
from campus. $10/hr. Flex. hrs. 971-3321.

TIGERS OPENING (BLEACHER) -
collective soul, Marilyn Manson(Main Floor)
Violent Femmes, Dave Mathews, Aerosmith.
248-613-1632.
TREKS TO MT. EVEREST Base Camp in
Nepal. Call 665-2242.

EVERYONE WILL SOON see Christ &
the Masters of Wisdom. Free information:
800-684-0958. www.shareinti.org.
HUNDREDS OF INSTRUMENTS. ot
just guitars. Percussion & Wind. Herb David
Guitar Studio. 302 E. Liberty. 665-8001.
roommates
I RM. IN 2 BDRM. avail. now. Fem., pref.
'grad. student. Utils. incl. $300. 763-8243.
FEM. RMMTE. for lg. single in bi-level apt.
Furn., prkg., good loc. May lease. 741-0287,
FIND THE RIGHT ROOMMATE! Perfect
for Summer or Fall. All aps. enter to win a
free CD! University Roommate Referrals
www.roommatereferrals.com.

SUMMER NANNY. Looking for a loving,
nonsmoking nanny for our three girls (11, 7
and 5) from June 21-August 27, full time
(much of it at the pool). Great pay. Some
paid vacation! Must have own car and
references. 741-9860.

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$8/HR. 20.40 HRS. week. Work at home
mother in search of responsible, experienced,
non-smoking, caring sitter. Job to begin April
Ist. Own trans. necessary. 622-8097.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for my 3 and 5
year olds. 16-20 hrs wk. Flexible hours.
References required. 994-6412.
BABYSITTER NEEDED on Mondays and
Fridays only, for 3 year old in the a.m. and 2
siblings afterschool. In NW Ann Arbor,
references, $50/day. Call 663-8640.
BABYSITTER WANTED SPR./SUM.
term to watch 2 yr. old boy and sometimes
infants. Call 997-7071.
CHILDCARE JULY-Aug. approx. 25
hrs./wk. $9/hr. Boys ages 7 & 9. Also occ.
babysitting. Need car, n-smkr. 930-0539.
DEPENDABLE, LOVING PERSON to
care for our 9 mo. old daughter. 16-20
hrs/wk. Apr. - Sept. Coursework in early
childhood development pref. 668-6462.
HOUSEHOLD/CHILDCARE helper
wanted. Busy household is looking for an
extra pair of hands after school to help with
cooking and childcare. Any afternoons May I
through June 18. Great pay. Also looking for
occasional sitting. Own car, nonsmoking.
741-9860.

SPECIAL GIFT - We're looking for healthy
women between the ages 21-35 for egg
donation. All ethnic backgroundsrAe
encouraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries- to
AARMA, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.

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