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UNITED NATIONS (AP) -
Indonesia wants an international
peacekeeping force sent to violence-
ravaged East Timor as quickly as pos-
sible, and it is putting no conditions on
what countries' forces should be
included, Indonesian Foreign Minister
Ali Alatas said yesterday.
The statement seemed to open the
way for Australia to play a leading role
in the peacekeeping operation. A top
Indonesian military official had said
earlier that the military won't accept
Australian involvement in the East
Timor force, but Alatas said "it's all up
to the United Nations to determine the
composition."
Indonesian President B.J. Habibie
capitulated to international pressure
Sunday by approving international
Seacekeepers, and Alatas said.yester-
* day that Indonesia was prepared to
turn over responsibility for law and
order in East Timor to the peacekeep-

ing force.
But Britain's U.N. Ambassador,
Jeremy Greenstock, suggested there
would probably be separate interna-
tional and Indonesian commands with-
out an overall commander.
"This is workable," he said on PBS'
"NewsHour with Jim Lehrer."
Alatas met yesterday with U.N.
Secretary-General Kofi Annan. After
the meeting, Alatas said further talks
were needed today so he could hear
what plans the United Nations has for
security arrangements and on the com-
position of the force.
He said Indonesia would prefer
Asian countries in the force, and
admitted to some problems with
Australia, saying it wasn't the only
country capable of leading a force. But
he insisted that these were not condi-
tions.
U.S. Ambassador Richard
Holbrooke welcomed the events of the

AP PHOTO
Indonesian protesters burn a U.S. flag yesterday during a protest against possible
foreign involvement in East Timor.

previous 48 hours that had turned dis-
aster in East Timor to the prospect of
peace.
"While it's a long way from being
over, and won't be over until the force
is in there with a strong, robust man-
date, it is progress," he said. "But the
proof is in the pudding, the devil is in
the details."
Also yesterday, the U.N. Security
Council met to hear a report from the
five ambassadors it sent to Indonesia.
The ambassadors helped pressure

Jakarta to accept outside military help
to halt widespread violence in East
Timor. Pro-Indonesian militias and
Indonesian soldiers have been killing
Timorese residents and driving thou-
sands from their homes since the terri-
tory voted Aug. 30 to become indepen-
dent from Indonesia.
The council was starting to draft a
resolution authorizing an international
force. Diplomats said it could be a
matter of days before the force is actu-
ally authorized.

WASHINGTON (AP) - The con-
gressional Republican leading an
inquiry into the 1993 Waco siege over-
looked evidence the Justice Department
sent his committee four years ago
showing federal agents used potentially
incendiary tear gas near the fiery end of
the Branch Davidian standoff, a House
Democrat said yesterday.
Releasing documents that describe
the FBI's use of military tear gas rounds
on the standoff's final day - April 19,
1993 - Rep. Henry Waxman (D-
Calif.) asked why the House
Government Reform Committee's chair
is accusing the Justice Department of a
cover-up when his own investigators
missed the same evidence that has sud-
denly revived the Waco debate.
"Contrary to the allegations of cover-
up, substantial evidence of the use of
military tear gas rounds was, in fact,
provided to Congress in 1995,"
Waxman said.
Separately, the Texas Rangers issued
a report yesterday indicating a house

near the Davidians' compound that fed-
eral agents occupied before and during
the siege contained a dozen spent rifle
cartridges preferred by sharpshooters
- as well as the FBI and the Bureau of
Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. The
FBI has long denied firing a single shot
during the standoff. ATF was involved
in a deadly shootout with the Davidians
on Feb. 28, 1993, that launched the 51-
day confrontation.
The records Waxman cited, discov-
ered among more than 40 boxes of
material compiled during the House's
1995 hearings, include an FBI pilot's
1993 statement recalling a radio trans-
mission in which agents had a conver-
sation "relative to the utilization of
some sort of military round ... on a
concrete bunker" And post-raid inter-
view summaries include an unnamed
FBI agent's explanation that smoke
captured on film "came from (an)
attempt to penetrate bunker with one
military and two (non-incendiary)
rounds."

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PAID READERS AND/OR SCANNERS
for Services for Students w/ Disabilities'
Volunteer Reader Program. $6.00/hr.
Contact Barbara Gray at 764-0182 or bjgray
@umich.edu
PART TIME CHILD CARE for youth w/
emotional impairment. $8-1I/hr. Trans. req.,
flex. hrs. Next training 9/25. Call Carolyn @
971-9605.
PART TIME. FLEX. hrs. $9/hr. to start.
Dimo's Deli & Donuts. 662-7944.
PART-TIME CLERICAL POSITION is
available at Parke-Davis Pharmaceutical
Research to support the departments of Cell
Biology and Biochemistry. Duties include
typing, filing, copying. Experience with
Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Outlook
preferred, but not necessary. Hours are 20-24
hrs./wk. at $10/hr. Submit resume and
references to V. Santee or N. Leeds, Parke-
Davis, 2800 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor, MI
48105 or by fax to 622 5668.
PART-TIME TEACHERS needed for child
care centers. If you are available afternoons
or are interested in substituting please call
761-2576. $7.85 /hour.
PERIODIC YARD work or cleaning. Walk
from campus. $10/hr. Flexible. 971-3321.
PERSON NEEDED for light housework &
to care for 3 active school age children. 15
hrs./wk. Ref. & good driving record req. Call
973-9162.
RECEPTIONIST in downtown Aveda
Concept Salon. P/T Tues.-Sat. Call for
interview 665-4945.

STUDENT WORK- Work for the world's
largest web site for college students.
Collegeclub.com is hiring reps at your
campus.
-Work with fellow students
-Excellent resume boost
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-Flex. schedule
-It's fun!
Please send resume or e-mail to
CCjobs@Collegeclub.com, or call
517-719-0460
STUDENTS! NOW HIRING for Fall Term
lunch shifts. $6.60-7.00/hr. to start. Work
study OK. Also Office Assistant needed.
Apply in person or call Michelle at 764-7536
Michigan League Buffet, 911 N. University.
STUDENTU.COM IS NOW hiring
notetakers!!! You can earn up to $300.00 per
semester/course by taking notes for us! If
interested apply on-line @www.notesu.com
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS needed at all
levels, especially secondary, 90 hrs. college
credit required. $69/day to start, 15 minutes
north of Ann Arbor/ Ypsi area. Call 248-573-
8140, South Lyon Community Schools.
SUBSTITUTES NEEDED. NAEYC
Accredited Early Childhood Center is in need
of substitutes for the school year. Work w/
young children in an enjoyable setting. Work
according to own schedule. Call 668-0887.
SURVEYOR ASSISTANT: Ann Arbor
firm seeks responsible person to assist the
crew chief. Duties include field work to
stake roads, sewers, grading and topographic
surveys. Part time- Mon., Wed., & Fri.
$10/hr. Start immediately. Call (734) 975-
0411.
TEACHER ASSISTANT. 10-20 hrs./week.
7-9 a.m. and/or 4-6 p.m. Monday-Friday. For
more info. call Generations Together. Dexter,
MI 426-4091.
TEACHER ASSISTANTS- Teacher
assistants needed for our licensed and
NAEYC accredited center. Full or Part-time
positions available. Will work around school
schedule. Competitive pay and benefits.
EOE. Call (734) 971-0990 for more info.
TEACHER SEEKS TUTOR for easygoing
7th grade son. Mostly math, some writing.
Materials & instructional guidance provided.
Trans. avail. 1-2 hrs./wk. $20/hr. 747-9366.
TEACHERS NEEDED for licensed
childcare center in Ann Arbor. Full/part time
shifts avail. Contact Tammy King 995-1001.
TELEMARKETING EVE. $7/hr. No
selling! Call Allen 996-1107.
TEMP. POS. Patient Account Clerk. Enter
data into a patient Info. Mgmt. System using
4th Dimension software. Assign code for the
reason for visit, lab, & x-ray charges.
Investigate & resolve complex input
problems. Reconcile and verify data, prepare
& maintain records. Job term: immed. to Jan.
31, 2000. Nec. quals.: high school diploma,
incl. typing & office practices or equiv. exp.
incl to 2 yrs. in med. setting, comp. exp.,
supervisory exp. Desired qual.: data charge
entry exp., knowledge of Mac comp.,
knowledge of med. terminology. Familiarity
w/ ICD9-CM, ICPC, & CPT-4 coding.
Submit resume to the Dept. of Family
Medicine, 1018 Fuller St., Ann Arbor, MI
48109-0708, Attn: Sharon Blanchard.
TENANTS UNION- P/T advocates &
Student Coordinator. Flexible hrs. Work-
Study pref. Counsel rentors, prevent
homelessness, student outreach. $7.50-$9/hr.
Call 936-3076.

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: 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: STRONG, ENERGETIC,
reliable person for part-time barn help. 995-
0092.
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.
WEB MASTER
Entry level, must have basic knowledge of
photoshop, Office 97, C.G.I. & Perl, Java
programming. Full or part time. Call 734-
761-1698 ext. 128 or fax resume 734-669-
8485.
WELCOME BACK STUDENTS. Wendy's
is seeking people to work in our friendly
team environment. Ask how you can earn up
to $9.00 per hour. Apply in person.
U of M League 911 N. University.
U of M Union. S. State St.
Stanton & Associates is committed to a
diverse workforce.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS Lawyers
Club Dining hiring for fall tern. $7.80 - 8.25
to start. Catering opportunities & meal
benefits. Apply in person (551 S. State,
corner of S. State & S. Univ.) or call 764-
1115.
WORK STUDY Office Assistants. Help in
processing research grant proposals. Word
processing, filing, copying, addressing
campus mail, some Mac exp. Mon-Fri. hrs.
are flex., but should have blocks of times
avail.(2-4 hrs.) $8/hr. Call Joanne 764-7234.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS needed for
several office positions at Student
Publications.We're looking for punctual,
energetic students for assisting w/ some or all
of mail, phones, filing, cash receipts, library,
database coordination, classified paste up &
advertising tear down.Various hrs. avail. Pay
$6.50-$7/hr. Call Judy Ferrell for info. or
apply at 764-0550, 210E Student
Publications.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS. Fall/Winter
positions available with option to continue
summer. Learn a variety of work skills

YPSILANTI MACHINE shop looking for
U of M students for Full or P/T work. Flex.
hrs. $7-10/hr. Will work around class sched.
If interested please call 483-4680 btwn. 8-4.

Apply at Grade A Notes
Ulrich's Bookstore
2nd Floor, 549 E. University Ave.
741-9669
annarbor@gradeanotes.com
www.gradeanotes.com
RED HAWK NEEDS a cook. $9.00/hr to
start. Annual raise, paid vacation, bonus
program, health insurance, free meals,
competent coworkers. Everything made from
'scratch, high volume restaurant experience
preferred, but willing to train bright,
responsible team player who loves to cook.
Apply Tues.-Fri. btwn. 3-5. Red Hawk Bar &
Grill. 316 S. State St. Ann Arbor.
RESEARCH ASSISTANT concerning
mental health and the web. Experience with
PC's, the web, & search technologies desired.
$6-8/hour. For more information call 763-
2015 or email nalessi@umich.edu
* SALES ASSOCIATE Kerrytown Candle
shop. 15-20 hrs./wk., incl. Sat. afternoons.
Casual, relaxed, time to study. 994-3912.
SALESPERSON
Computer Hardware Company. Computer
exp. nec. Near campus. Call 734-761-1698
ext. 128 or fax resume to 734-669-8485.
SCOREKEEPERS RESTAURANT & Pub
is now hiring part-time office personnel. Fall-
winter terms. No experience needed. Flexible
hours. Great experience for accounting
majors. Apply today 310 Maynard, Ann
Arbor. 995-0100.
SECURITY GUARD to work on UM
campus part-time or full-time. Good driving
record, familiarity with campus a plus. Apply
at State Security Services, 525 Church, Ann
Arbor, 668-0444. EOE.

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 CARE for 2 older
children, approx. 8 hrs, 2 days per week.
Nice family. Must have own trans. Call Janet
747-8991.
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.
AFTER-SCHOOL DRIVER, Wednesdays.
Need safe car. Excellent pay. 665-4719.
AFTERNOON ASSISTANT needed for
girls 12 & 14, to pick-up and transport to
activities, 10-12 hrs. per week. Must have
reliable trans., great pay. 663-7989.
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.
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.
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 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
afternoons each week (negotiable), occas.
wknds. Own trans.pref., good pay. 665-4842.
BABYSITTER WANTED for 2 toddlers.
Two mornings or afternoons per week.
Days/times neg. Competitive rates. Own
transportation required. Ellen 662-2567.
BABYSITTER WANTED, Tues. & Thurs.
3-5pm for 8 yr. old. Call 662-9505.
CAREGIVER NEEDED FOR our 3-mo.
old boy in Burns Park Ann Arbor home. 3
days/wk. Approx. 30 hrs. 734-332-0194.
CARING, ENERGETIC babysitter needed
for 3 yr. old boy. 5-9 hrs./wk. incl. 2
afternoons & Weds. evening. Own trans. &
refs. required. Call 663-8090.
CHILD CARE NEEDED in my A2 home
Wed. 3:30-8 p.m. ASAP, non-sink., ref. &
exp. req. Call Anne 734-741-0530.
CHILD CARE NEEDED in our Ann Arbor
home for our 2 children ages 1 & 3. 16 hrs.
per month, $9/hr. Call 677-1360.
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 P/T during day in Ypsi home.
Flexible, $8-10/hr. References. 482-6797.
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FULL TIME NANNY desired in our Saline
home for 2 small children. Wkdys. 8-5. Must
provide own trans. & pick up child @ school.
Russian-speaking a plus. N-smkr. Exp. &
refs. req. 734-944-9407.
HOUSEHOLD/CHILDCARE helper
wanted. Busy household is looking for an
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.
IN MY HOME care for 1 yr old; 2 hrs/day;
several wkday afternoons; exper., loving
Educ. Maj. only 665-7234.
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.
NON-SMOKING. FEMALE preferred.
with own car to care for two great kids, sixth
and third grade. $8/hr. Leave message @
996-9077.
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 pin.
PROFESSIONAL COUPLE seeks in-home
child care for 3 yr. old. Fri. mornings. &
other times. Please call 995-9557.
REGULAR WEEKEND eve. babysitter for
1 & 3 yr. old. Exp. & refs. needed. 995-5399.
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 I1 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.
WE SEEK EXPERIENCED babysitter for
1 yr. old. Some eves., afternoons &
weekends. Car pref. Call 996-8651.

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Liberty, 665-8001.
MICHIGAN WOMEN'S Basketball, is
looking for male players to practice against,
approximately (3) times a week. Come be a
part of a growing program. High school
experience. Call Eileen @ 763-1443.

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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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