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RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) - Just past
daybreak yesterday, the Israeli prison gates
swung open and eight buses carrying 199
handcuffed Palestinian security prisoners
.drove out under police escort.
By breakfast time, the inmates were home
in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, their first
moments of freedom sweetened by gun
salutes, bagpipe serenades and hugs and kiss-
es from relatives weeping with joy.
The release got the new Israeli-Palestinian
peace deal off to a smooth start and paves the
way for the next step, an Israeli transfer of 7
percent of the West Bank, or 160 square miles,
to Palestinian civilian rule by the weekend.
Yesterday evening, Israel was to hand
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat the maps out-
lining the transfer of the land to Palestinian
civil control. Senior Palestinian and Israeli
officials had already reviewed and approved
the maps.
The handover is to be completed before
~d.vonday's festive launch of talks on a historic
final peace accord that aims to end decades of
hostility and bloodshed. The talks will address
'sensitive issues, including the borders and
nature of the Palestinian entity and the future
of Jewish settlements.
The prisoner releases began just after dawn
yesterday when the buses rolled out of two
*Israeli jails. Still cuffed with black plastic
ropes, some of the prisoners raised their hand
in triumph and flashed victory signs. Others
chanted "God is great" and sang the
Palestinian anthem "My Homeland."
At drop-off points in the West Bank and
Gaza Strip, they were met by thousands of
Palestinians, many weeping or ululating. One
man fainted after hugging his brother for the

AP PHOTO
Mohammed Abu Ziad, center is greeted by relatives as he crosses into the Gaza Strip after being
released by Israeli soldiers yesterday.

Continued from Page 1
absenteeism on important hoIidax s.In
response, a number of school distcnts
across the country, including schools in
Bloomfield Hills, Mich.. close schools on
major Jewish holidays
A lawsuit filed last month in an Ohio
Federal court has presented a bold chal-
lenge to that practice. The cases outcome
could undermine efforts at the University
to replace the current accommodation
policy with a system of official closings
for major holidays.
The American Civil Liberties Union of
Ohio initiated the suit against the
Sycamore Community school district,
which in 1998 voted to close schools on
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, citing
the "significant disruption" and "tui-
moil" caused by absentee rates near 15
percent.
The ACLU complaint challenged the
Sycamore initiative on the grounds that it
violated the First Amendment ban on
government endorsements of individual
religions. It also alleged that the board's
decision ignored its own internal rules,
which permit closing schools only when
more than 21.5 percent of students are
expected absent.
An attorney for the Sycamore school
board, Gary Winters, flatly dismissed the
ACLU's charges as "inaccurate." He said
the board had been wrongly accused of
pandering to the interests of its Jewish
students.
"The board determined that there was
sufficient disruption to close school on
those days,"he said, rejecting the ACLU's
assertion that the primary motivation was
religious. He added that the board's 21.5
percent policy was an internal guideline
that carried no legal obligations.
Winters said the school board's case
was strongly supported by recent court
decisions. He noted that in April, a
Federal appeals panel in Cincinnati
upheld the closing of a Federal court-
house for Good Friday, on the grounds
that secular considerations like econom-
ics were the primary motivation.
The ACLU has insisted that the suit

contests a uiqu liactual scenano and
that a verdict would not apply to most
public institutions. But Wintes said there
was a ch:nce that the case, if it reaches
the Sixth (ircuit Cout of Appeals. could
potentially bmid schools and uniersincs
in Ohio and in three other states, includ-
inc \Michican
Despite a wide range of opinions
among student retigious leaders, almost
all said the Sycamore closins were the
beginning of' a "slippery slope" Some
students. University faculty and adminis-
trators said the Ijniversity should ftcus
on strengthening its present accommoda-
tion policy, rather than create a policy to
cancel classes on religious holidays.
University philosophy Pro. Carl
Cohen, a former president of the
Michigan ACLU. advocated what he
called "tolerant universalism." He said."I
think it would be unwise to go any further
down the road of making community
affairs out of individual group holidays.
Religious studies Prof Ralph Williams
called for "a calendar that is profoundly
secular in its reference points" But he
added that courtesy should be a center-
piece of University policy on religion.
Micah Peltz, Hillel governing board
chair and an LSA junior, said it is impor-
tant to have a sensitive accommodation
policy in place. "If a school district feels
they need to go beyond that for any reli-
gious holiday where a substantial group
of students is affected, I think that's
great,' he said.
Interim Dean for Student Affairs E.
Royster Harper said "the accommodation
needs to be mutual.
"if I'm willing to take the initiative to
observe my religion, and the faculty is
willing to meet me halfway, that's what's
right for our community,"she said.
Rosh Hashanah will begin tonight at
sundown. Some Jews will attend services
at synagogue tonight.
Many practicing Jews will attend
tomorrow morning, followed by a tradi-
tional family gathering in the evening.
The New Year's celebration kicks off a
season of the High Holy Days. Many
Jews will also mark Yom Kippur., the Day
of Atonement, on September 20.

first time in many years. Bagpipe bands
played and Palestinian policemen fired shots
in the air in a traditional expression of joy.
The happiness was tinged with frustration
over Israel's refusal to release hundreds of
other prisoners, including members of Islamic
militant groups and those convicted of killing
Israelis in terrorist attacks. Most of those
freed yesterday had served time for killing
suspected Palestinians collaborators with
Israel or for injuring Israelis.
Top Israeli negotiator Gilead Sher told
Israel television that the government reserved
the right to select the prisoners it released.
Asked if he anticipated the release of
Islamic militants any time soon, he said,
"Absolutely not."
Jamal Imtur got a hero's welcome in
Hebron, where Palestinian police outfitted
him with a submachine gun and led a 50-car
convoy to his village 20 minutes away. He had
served 14 years of a life sentence for what he
said were "military activities" - often a

euphemism for killing collaborators.
He headed straight for the local cemetery
and read a prayer from the Koran for
Palestinians killed by Israelis.
"This is what I dreamed, to see my son
before I die," said his ecstatic father,
Mohammed.
In the West Bank village of Beituniya, a
small group of Israelis protested the releases.
Meir Indor engaged in a shouting match
with a middle-aged Palestinian man, Aed
Hussein, who awaited the release of his son.
Indor pointed to his facial scar from a hand
grenade, a reminder of his service in an anti-
terror unit in the 1970s.
"You know what this is, this is from your
hand!" he shouted.
Not to be outdone, Hussein pulled up the
leg of his pants and showed Indor where he
was shot twice in the shin by Israeli soldiers
during a protest march against Israeli occupa-
tion.
"And look at this! This is from you!"

ALES ASSOCIATE Kerrytown Candle
op.-5-20 hrs./wk., incl. Sat. afternoons.
asuatl:relaxed, time to study. 994-3912.
ALESPERSON
oiter Hardware Company. Computer
p-. Near campus. Call 734-761-1698
t.128 or fax resume to 734-669-8485.
OREKEEPERS RESTAURANT & Pub
noW hiring part-time office personnel. Fall-
nter terms. No experience needed. Flexible
urs. Great experience for accounting
jors. Apply today 310 Maynard, Ann
rbor. 995-0100.
CURITY GUARD to work on UM
pus part-time or full-time. Good driving
cor, 'familiarity with campus a plus. Apply
S.Security Services, 525 Church, Ann
Ib~8-044.EOE.
RVER, HOST/HOSTESS. Experience
cessary at this very busy downtown
staurant. Health insurance, prkg. allowance.
nus,,package. Apply Tues.-Fri. btwn 3-5.
edaw Bar & Grill. 316S. StateSt. A2.
ORTISMINDED INDIVIDUALS. Are
u tired of working too hard for not enough
oney? Then you owe it to yourself to give
n ?a Enthusiastic individuals wanted for
nn Arbor office. Short walk from campus.
ffeing evening and weekend hours.
10/hour to start. Call Bernie 913-5995.
TI NT NEEDED for babysitting 3
on ld afternoons 3-5 days/week this Fall.
n canpus, with time for homework etc.
ome experience preferred. Salary
gotiable. Contact Dr. Kirschner at 647-
722 or kirschne@umich.edu
TUDENTS! NOW HIRING for Fall Term
nch 'shifts. $6.60-7.00/hi. to start. Work
udy OK. Also Office Assistant needed.
pply in person or call Michelle at 764-7536
ichigan League Buffet, 911 N. University.
UBJ1ECTS NEEDED FOR experiments in
ogna"ve psychology. Must be native engish
s, right-handed, with normal or
orrected vision, normal colored vision and
ormal. hearing. For info call 936-2056 or
mail..MHRI-Subjects@umich.edu
UBS'fITUTE TEACHERS needed at all
vels, especially secondary, 90 hrs. college
rediLtrequired. $69/day to start, 15 minutes
orth of Ann Arbor/ Ypsi area. Call 248-573-
140. South Lyon Community Schools.
UBSTITUTES NEEDED. NAEYC
ccredited Early Childhood Center is in need
f substitutes for the school year. Work w/
oung children in an enjoyable setting. Work
__ to own schedule. Call 668-0887.
U YOR ASSISTANT: Ann Arbor
irm seeks responsible person to assist the
rew chief. Duties include field work to
take roads, sewers, grading and topographic
urveys. Part time- Mon., Wed., & Fri.
I Ohr'Start immediately. Call (734) 975-
EACHER ASSISTANT. 10-20 hrs.week.
-9 aiii. find/or 4-6 p.m. Monday-Friday. For
ore-info. call Generations Together. Dexter,
1426-4091.
E R ASSISTANTS- Teacher
s needed for our licensed and
AEYC accredited center. Full or Part-time
ositions-available. Will work around school
chedule. ' Competitive pay and benefits.
QE: Call (734) 971-0990 for more info.
ACHERS NEEDED for licensed
hildcare center in Ann Arbor. Full/part time
hifts avail. Contact Tammy King 995-1001.
'FLEMARiNG F.VR $7-h Nn

TOUR GUIDES
Undergrad Admissions/Huetwell Visitors
Ctr. needs students to lead campus walking
tour. For more info. & an applic., attend 1 of
the following mtgs.: Mon. Sept. 13 or Tues.
Sept. 14; 3:30-4 p.m. or 4:30-5 p.m. 1220
SAB. Contact mgracon@umich.edu. Both
work-study & non work-study welcome.
Deadline to apply is Friday, Sept. 17.
UNDERGRAD STUDENT needed to work
approx. 10 flexible hours per week. Pleasant
job for any major. 7.50/hour. Work study
preferred. Contact Dr.. Kirschner at 647-7722
or kirschne@umich.edu
WAIT STAFF/ ASSIST. Bella Ciao
Restaurant. Upscale dining. Eve. only, closes
Sundays. Walk to work, free meal. Apply in
person: 118 W. Liberty/ 995-2107.
WAITERS FOR SORORITY. Reliable.
4:30-7:30 M-F. Students only. Great food
and pay. Call House director at 761-7553.
WAITSTAFF-LUNCH AND dinner. 3-4
shifts/wk. Flex. sched. Outstanding income
potential. Prof. envir. Apply Mon.-Fri. btwn.
3-5. Exp. nec. Zanzibar.216 S. State St.
WANTED.
Enthusiastic, responsible, and flexible
students to work with the traumatically brain
injured in a semi-independent living
environment. We offer flex. hrs., competitive
wages & benefits, P/T & F/T positions avail.
The ideal job for college students. Interested
applicants contact Jason at Residential
Placement & Consultants. Phone 677-3222.
Fax 734-677-3348.
WANTED: ARTIST for children's book; a
chance to showcase your talent. Subject-
Thoreau and the Children of Concord.
Author will share profits. Contact in
Jackson: 1-517-750-1668.
WANTED: HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS
Healthy men and women ages 18-65 who are
non-smoking and not taking any medications
are needed to participate in a study
examining the effect of commonly used
medications on enzymes found in the liver
and intestine. The study requires a physical
exam and a 2 week stay in the General
Clinical Research Center at the University of
Michigan Hospital where you will have
commonly performed procedures.
Compensation is provided. For more
information call Tele Care at (734) 763-9000
and enter code 2205 and leave your name and
phone number.
WANTED: STUDENT to work in Genetics
Division office. Flexible hours. Medical
Campus. $7 per hour. Call.763-0651.
WAREHOUSE & SALES floor assocs.
needed. Linens & Things is currently seeking
Full & P/T employees. All times avail. Will
work w/ class scheds. Apply at 3120 Lohr
Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48103 or call 741-0246.
WE ARE A SMALL design/build firm
specializing in the installation of mature
landscapes. We are looking for several m/f,
full or part time individuals who enjoy
working outdoors in a positive environment.
Training is available for the right individual.
Wages range from $8.50-10 per hour.-
Employment lasts through December.
Contact Bill at Arbor Knoll Nursery, Inc. for
interview at 662-4112. Located 3 miles west
of Michigan Stadium.
FREE BABY BOOM BOX
EARN $1200!
Fundraiser for student groups & organiza-

WORK STUDY ONLY. Students needed
for Med School lab. $8.50/hr. Call Michelle
764-9650.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS. Fall/Winter
positions available with option to'continue
summer. Learn a variety of work skills
related to conference planning in higher
education. Positions available in accounting.
web-searching and general office. Computer
experience helpful. Casual attire. Central
campus location. Contact Susan at 615-3154
or Terry at 998-7027.
www.PopWalf.com- FUNKIFY YOUR
DORW ROOM. Posters, bean bags, lava
lamps & more. For on-campus job-call toll-
free 1-87-POPWALL-1.

A DRIVER/CHILD CARE giver needed
after school. Pays well. Call Pam 761-1845.
ABLE CHILD CARE needed. 10-15
hrs./wk. after school and weekend evenings.
Must have exp. and trans. 663-3482.
AFFECTIONATE CHILD care for our 3
children ages 3, 7, & 10. Thurs. 3:30-8 in our
NE A2 home. Own car. No smkg. 996-4136.
AFTER SCHOOL, SAT a.m. Care for 2
energetic 12 & 15 yr. old boys. Must drive.
No smoking. Male or female. 994-8910 eves.
& 973-1884 daytime.
AFTERNOON P/T nanny/housekeeper. NE
A2. M-Th 2-4 p.m. 10-yr.-old child. $9/hr.
Refs. & car. Call after 6 p.m. 734-994-3811 _
AFTERNOONS ONLY- looking for a
responsible, enthusiastic person to spend
afternoons w/ 2 girls, ages 2 1/2 & 5. 1-5p.m.
M-F. $7.00/hr. Car & ref. 622-9703.
AFTERSCHOOL CHILD CARE needed
for two girls, ages 5 and 8. Three afternoons
per week, 2:30 - 5:30 p.m. in my Ann Arbor
home. Own transportation.and references
required. Non-smoking, $8.00/hour. Call
Karen at 734-995-1004 or 734-971-7080.
ANN ARBOR FAMILY seeks sitter for 2nd
grade girl one weeknight weekly. Close to
campus. Own car helpful. $10/hour. Please
call 668-8873.
ARE YOU FUN, reliable, with lots of
energy? Dynamic duo seek a babysitter to
give mom a break. $8/ hour. Mon./Wed
11:30-2:30 and/or Tues./Thur. 8:30-noon.
Need car and references. 663-0191.
BABY-SITTER NEEDED for 3 school aged
children. Mon, Tues, & every other Fri
11:30-5:30. Own trans. Non smkg. Job share
a possibility. Call Sally 769-8826, or email
fpollock@umich.edu
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 12 mo. old
boy in my A2 home. Occas. MW all day or
afternoons & Thurs. afternoons. N-smkr.
Refs. req. Call Dara at 662-5834.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 9 yr. old girl
after school. Car needed. Call 668-1332.
BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR adorable 4
yr. old girl in our home on the West Side of
A2. Mon. & Weds. from 12-5 & Fri. from 9-
5. Great pay. English speaking, n-smkr. only
please. Call Jaymie at 663-8640.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for my lovely,
developmentally disabled, 13 yr. old daughter
and 9 yr. old son, who likes to play games. 2
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CHILD CARE WANTED to care for lively
II yr. old son. Must have car to pick him up
from school at 2:30, do homework & watch
him until 5:30 p.m. Good salary, male &/or
female encouraged to apply. Call Fred. Home
332-1494. Office 647-4320.
CHILDCARE NEEDED for 3 great
children, ages 6,7,& 9 every Thur. from
2:30p-6p. Additonal eves./ wknd. hrs. avail.
Car req. Call 662-1706.
CHILDCARE NEEDED FOR our sweet1
daughters; 5 and 2 yrs. old. Two mi. from
campus. hrs. very flex., but own car nec.
Cal 936-1110 or 454-7269(days) or 994-
0361 (eves).
CHILDCARE P/T during day in Ypsi home.
Flexible. S8-l0/hr. References. 482-6797 ,
CHILDCARE/MOTHER'S Helper needed
before and/or after school care for 1-3 active,
children. Infant, 3 and 6 yr old. Approx. 20 ,
hrs./ wk. plus occas. wknds. Burns Park i
location. Own trans. N-smkg. 734-761-9379.
ENTHUSIASTIC, RESPONSIBLE person
needed to care for 2 yr. old and 5 mo. old ini
our Ann Arbor home. Non-smoker, own
transportation. References required. Approx.
20 hours/week. Flexible. 665-4093.
EXP. CARE GIVER needed for 13 and 10
yr. old. Tu, Th, Fri, after school. Non-smkr.
w/ reliable trans & refs. Please call 769-2875.;
FATHER'S HELPER WANTED throughi
mid-June, M-F 3:30-7:30 p.m., be at home
when kids come home from school, general
management of household including cooking
dinner, laundry, running errands and light
cleaning. Cooking skills important. Own car
needed, references required, min. age 19.
$220/week. 741-7425.
FUN AFTER SCHOOL CARE for 8 yr. old
twins & 3 yr. old. Play games, eat snacks,
and get paid. Housework needed too. 3:30-
6:00 M-Th. Packard. Car, refs. 998-0849.
HOUSEHOLD/CHILDCARE helper
wanted. Busy household is looking for an1
extra pair of hands after school to help with
cooking and childcare. Any afternoons.
Great pay. Also looking for occasional
sitting. Own car, nonsmoking. 741-9860. 1
IN MY HOME care for 1 yr old; 2 hrs/day;
several wkday afternoons: exper., loving
Educ. Maj. only 665-7234.
LOCAL FAMILY SEEKS responsible,
caring student to stay w/ our I1-yr. old son 2
or 3 afternoons a wk., about 3-6 p.m. Car a
must. Pays well. Call Joel at 936-3914 or at
night at 662-3552.
LOOKING FOR STUDENTS to work with
diverse population of children 21/2 -5 yrs. of
age. at the Family Housing Child
Development Center on north campus. Easy
access from center campus via the U of M
Northwood bus. Need indivs. with flex.
scheds. and interest in or exp. working
with children. Pay scale is $6-7/hr,
depending on exp. Call 764-4557.
NEEDED-RELIABLE, fun, baby-sitter for*
3 charming girls, ages 5-9. Tues 4-6:30 p.m.,
occas. eves. & Sat. mornings. Good pay, nice
family. Call 663-4154.

PART-TIME NANNY. Rewarding position
as a nanny/ mother's helper, after school and
one evening. 3 boys, 12, 9, 6. Need a
responsible person to assist them in getting to
and from after school programs/ initiating
homework/ running errands. Position ideal
for students, 3-6:30 pm, 4-5 afternoons, and
one evening per week. We seek a
responsible, non-smoking individual, with
reliable transportation, good driving record,
and references. Competitive compensation.
Please call 662-1660 evenings after 7 pm.
PROFESSIONAL COUPLE seeks in-home
child care for 3 yr. old. Fri. mornings. &
other times. Please call 995-9557.
RELIABLE CHILDCARE for 1 & 4 yr old.
Th 12:30-5. Own transportation. $8/hour.
994-8553.
SEEKING AN ENERGETIC, loving and
dependable person to care for a 14-month yr.
old daughter. Looking for 10+ hours/week.
Previous exp. w/toddlers pref. Own trans. or
willing to walk. Call Jennifer at 668-6462.
SITTER NEEDED in my home for 2
children over I yrs. 3pm - 7pm any day of
the week. Call (248) 552-2966.
TEACHER! PART-TIME for before &
after school child care program in the Ann
Arbor public schools. Great fun! 7:15-9 am
&/or 3:10-6 p.m. M-F. Pay starts at $7/hr.
Call Beth or Laura 761-7101.
WANTED: PERSON TO VISIT our home
from 4-7pm to drive kids to activities & help
w/ homework 5 days/wk. Call 827-2314.

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Uof M
Ballroom
Dance Club
Sunday
September 12
Classes:
4:30-6:00
6:30-8:0
Open Dancing
8:00-10:0
Union Ballroom
Hotline:
763-6984
The UM Department of Dance
Welcomes you to Fall, 1999
All UM students invited to:
Audition... BFA/BDA/MFA concert auditions
Fri., Sept. 10, 4:15 pm, Dance Bldg., UM
Dance Co. audition Mon., Sept. 13, 2:30 pm,,
Dance Bldg.
Register for dance courses...Dance Div. #671
Course #220 "The Art of Dance," 3 cr., meets
MW 11-12:30 RC. Course #358/650,
"Dances for Latinos/as" 3 cr., meets MW
11-12:30, Dance Bldg. Note others listed in
the time schedule! For info.: 763-5460
Directions/upcoming events:763-5461
Creative Movement & Drama for
Children, K-5th. 930-9560.

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I HAVE PSU TIX. I need MSU, Wis. tix.
Call 734-761-8462.
OUT OF STATE ALUMNI wishes to sell
entire football season tix. Please call 810-
695-0356 for further info.
SPRING BREAK '00
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Reps wanted! Sell 15 and travel free!
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Info: call 1-800-446-8355
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WANTED U OF M season football tickets.
4 together. Call Ralph @ 734-397-4490.

ASIAN COUPLE SEEKS egg donor. Help
make a loving contribution to start life. Must
be healthy. Under age of 35. Call Kay 810-
714-3451 for application. Everything kept
confidential.
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
48106.

NEEDED: ENERGETIC STUDENT to
help 2 young girls do creative activities 2 or 3
aftemoons/wk. Girls are ages 8 & 10 &enjoy
being outdoors/sports, drama/plays,
music/dancing, cooking, crafts, & others.
Must have own trans. Ref. & exp. as a nanny
pref. Rate $10/hr. 647-7369.
NON-SMOKING. FEMALE preferred.

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