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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 14, 2004 - 7

the michigan daily
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Contact the director at
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school) and occassional wknd. eves.
have car, child care experience, refs.
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VETERANS
Continued from page 1
proposed legislation.
Rep. Sandra Caul (R-99th District) said that
the Legislature is "working diligently to put
money into the Michigan Veterans Trust Fund"
while removing the responsibility and expendi-
ture of the educational grants from the fund. She
also said they are in process of developing other
sources of revenue that would not include a tax
increase.
Hubert Hess, deputy director of the state's
Military and Veterans Affairs department,
said that the Senate will be voting on an
appropriations bill this week that would pro-
vide a commitment to funding the education-
al grants.

BARTENDER TRAINEES NEEDED, no
exp. nec. Up to $300 per shift. Age 18+ ok.
Call 1-800 714-4060.
BUSY FURNITURE/GIFT STORE has part/-
full-time positions available for fall. Please
fill out application at Dixboro General Store,
5206 Plymouth Rd., 1.5 miles east of US 23.
734-663-5558.
CHILD CARE, BURNS park family needs
mature grad. stud. to supervise 11 yr. old gid
and 15 yr. old boy after school. Flex. sched.
and hrs. Transportation desireable. Call
734-260-1274.
CHILD CARE, BURNS Park. 2 yr. old boy.
Weekday a.m. 10-15 hrs./wk. Fun, exp.,
refs., wanted. Cony 734-327-7066.
CLERK. WORK-STUDY ONLY. Duties
inc. but not limited to: word processing, data
entry, photocopying, web design, graphics &
slide production, & filing. Applicant will pro-
cess lab correspondence, perform library liter-
ature searches, locate & obtain journal arti-
cles, and use a number of software appls.
(MS Office Suite, MS Front Page,
WordPerfect, Medline, PowerPoint, Endnote,
etc). Familiarity with PCs nec.
Position is Part Time. (15-20 hrs/wk)
Chris 647-6383 or cdevrie@umich.edu.
DELIVERIES CAMPUS WIDE using univer-
sity car. Basic office duties. Some office exp.
and good driving record. Prefer UM student.
Mon., Wed., Fri., 9:30-12. Tu.,Thu. 1-3.
$9/hr. Call 764-7234.
FEMALE AIDE NEEDED for young boy w/
autism. $11.50 hr. 734-323-2829.

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MATERIALS TESTING ASSISTANT
needed. 20 hrswk. for temporary position at
supplier in Wixom. Prepare metal samples
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coursework desired. $13-15/hr. E-mail
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MODELS - PROFESSIONAL Photographer
needs people over 18 for fashion/art-oriented
projects. $ or prints. (810)-735-7313.
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OFFICE ASSISTANT - help process re-
search grant proposals. Basic office duties.
Copying, filing, addressing campus mail, an-
swer phones. Half time Mon.-Fri. F/T during
deadlines. Previous office exp. $10-11/hr.
Call 764-7234.
PAID LISTENERS NEEDED for semester
long study at Kresge Hearing Research.
onsan@umich.edu
PART TIME ASST. for Asian art dealer in
A2. 20-30 hrs/wk. Photoshop exp. and
typing proficiency pref. Must have
transportation. Call William 929 9892.
PART-TIME CUSTOMER SERVICE posi-
tion. Flex. schedule. Free coursepacks for
classes. Apply at Dollar Bill Copying. 611
Church. Or call 665-9200
PHYSICAL ASST. NEEDED for disabled
male law student. Pay neg., well trained, call
Chris at 734-761-9551.
RESPONSIBLE PERSON TO Drive two
boys (11 and 15) to and from Hebrew School
in Ann Arbor from Dexter, Mondays and
Wednesdays. Time: 3:00-6:30 p.m. $65/wk.
(734)972-4793
SECRET SHOPPERS NEEDED for evalua-
tions of local stores, restaurants and theaters.
Flexible hours, email required. Call
1-800-585-9024 ext.6281.
SMART SOCCER PLAYING slacker sopho-
more needs Pioneer H.S. homework tutor.
734-827-0343.
START AT $9.50/HR. and make new friends
while supporting your University. MICHI-
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flexible night and weekend schedules. Awe-
some Resume Builder! Work Study / Non-
Work Study. Apply online:
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SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEEDED
accredited program in Ann Arbor, seeks en-
thusiastic persons to substitute for our 7 Ann
Arbor locations. Flexible hours, great posi-
tion for college students. Fore more informa-
tion call (734) 761-2576 or email inquiries to
mdavis@gretchenhouse.com EOE.
TUTOR NEEDED, 10TH grade subjects,ain-
cluding Spanish. $25/hr. 3 days/wk. after
school. Minimum 3 hrs./wk. Must have own
transportation. Send inquiries to Sedmak@-
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WANTED SERVERS, BEER Cart Servers &
Bartenders P/T. Positions available through
Nov. at Stonebridge Golf Club. Contact
Doug at 734-323-8782.
WANTED VETERINARY ASST. / Recep-
tionist. PT, will train.668-1466.
WEEDING, PRIVATE HOME. Close to
campus. Flex. hs., 6/hr. 734-971-3321.
YARDWORK OR CLEANING, private
home close to campus. $8 hr 971-3321.

P/T NANNY NEEDED for 2 children, 8 & 6,
excellent pay, need own vehicle & refer-
ences. 313-806-5931.
PROFESSIONAL COUPLE SEEKS student
or experienced adult for child care, some
transportation, and dinner preparation in our
home near central campus. 3:30 p.m. to 7:00
p.m. Mon-Fri. Must be extremely reliable
and provide own transportation. Phone:
994-3674. Position begins immediately
SEEKING A CARING college student for
p/t childcare in my Northville home. Avail.
for a few days during work wk., flex. hrs., &
on wknds. Must have own transportation, &
refs. req. Please call 248-982-8075.
S'TER NEEDED FOR 2 adorable girls, 8
& 4, most Sat. nights & occasional wknds, af-
temoons, & weekdays. Must have babysit-
ting exp., refs., transportation to A2 Hills, &
a playful spirit. UM faculty family. $10/hr.
734-369-3919 or tareid412@hotmail.com

PARKING
Continued from page 1
to off-campus parking.
Undergraduate and graduate students can
purchase orange permits at $60 a year, for off-
campus parking. The lots are located on the
periphery of University property.
On average, 3,000 orange permits are issued
annually, Director of Transportation Services
David Miller said. The blue and gold permits
that allow for on-campus parking are issued
only to faculty and staff of the University.
Brown said there are two reasons for the
absence of student parking structures on cam-
pus. One reason is the lack of space. Another
reason is since the University is not a commuter
school, faculty parking is a much more pressing
matter than student parking. "When you look at
other parking demands like the arts venues and
athletic venues, we don't have too much other
space for building more parking," Brown said.
Despite the lack of space, Brown acknowl-
edged that University faculty still commutes
from outside of Ann Arbor, prompting the con-
struction of the new parking structure.

N. Korea: Blast was
mountain explosion
SEOUL, South Korea - An explosion that shot a 2-mile-wide mush-
room cloud into the sky was the planned demolition of a mountain for a
hydroelectric project, North Korea said yesterday, and it invited a British
diplomat to visit the site.
Experts from the United States and elsewhere say they don't believe
Thursday's blast near the Chinese border was a nuclear test.
A Bush administration official said the United States has indications
the North is trying to conduct a test. The explosion and concerns over
Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions set off a heated back-and-forth bet\ween
the White House and Democratic presidential challenger John Kerry.
North Korea denounced the speculation over a nuclear test as part
of a "preposterous smear campaign" aimed at diverting world atten-
tion away from revelations about past South Korean nuclear activities.
Pyongyang's official KCNA news agency said.
Speaking on the condition of anonymity, a U.S. official said it isn't
clear what happened. While the official said there isn't any reason to
believe it was a nuclear test, the official also couldn't confirm the North
Koreans' explanation that it was linked to construction of a hydroelectric
project.
A U.S. defense official said officials have seen none of the telltale
signs of a nuclear detonation - radiation, seismic disturbances and
human casualties - an indication that the blast was likely conven-
tional.
The American military operates satellites and other sensors capable
of distinguishing a nuclear detonation from a conventional explosion.
A U.N. official said the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty
Organization, which monitors nuclear activity, had not picked any
signs that the explosion was a nuclear blast.
The North's official news agency KCNA said "blastings at construc-
tion sites of hydro-power stations in the north of Korea" had taken
place.
North Korean Foreign Minister Paek Nam Sun told the same to visiting
British Foreign Office minister Bill Rammell.
In an interview with the British Broadcasting Corp., Rammell said
Paek told him the blast "wasn't an accident, that it wasn't a nuclear explo-
sion, that it was a deliberate detonation of a mountain as part of a hydro-
electric project."

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sought help for depression? If so, you may
qualify to participate in a study on depres-
sion. Participants will receive $25 for their
participation. This work is funded by the Uni-
versity of Michigan Department of Psychol-
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depress.study@umich.edu.
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engaged in same-sex sexual behaviors? Do
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HEALTH CARE ASSISTING chiropractor,
billing, typing, filing, flex. hrs. $8/hr.
994-5966.
HORSE BARN HELP, strong, energetic.
Part-time, experience pref. 995-0092.
HOUSEHOLD & ODD jobs. 20 hrs.wk.
neg., flex., cleaning, cooking., Idry., love
dogs. Starting $10/hr. + bonuses. 769-2795.
ICE SKATING INSTRUCTORS needed,
4-8 hrsJwk. Call Karin 994-2785.
INDIVIDUALS NEEDED FOR RE-
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Duties incl. but not limited to: signal trans-
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***PT CHILDCARE FOR boy, age 9, &
girl, age 7. In home close to campus, & for
travel. Own transportation, exp. & refs. req.
Call 761-2828 (day) or 769-0012 (home).
AFTERSCHOOL CARE NEEDED for 13 yr
old boy in NE A2. Approx. 3-6 p.m. M-F.
Generous wage. Exp. & refs. req. Call
647-6341 (day) or 769-8169 (eve).
BABYSi]TER FOR 2-YR. old, flex. time, 6
hrsiwk. & occas. wknd. eves. Near North
Campus. Email terribrod63@aol.com
BABYSiTTER FOR AFTERNOONS. Must
be good w/ babies, dogs, & cats. Refs. req.
Call John at 213-1144, daytimes.
BABYSHTTER NEEDED FOR 6 yr. old boy
on Thurs. afternoons. Call 995-0625.
BABYSITER PREF. WITH child care exp.
References required. 10 to 20 hrswk. with
flexible schedule. Call Su at 313-570-2833.
CHILD CARE FOR children ages 18 mo. to
3 yrs. Sunday mornings for church from 10 -
11:30. $15/session. Call Lisa Reifert at
734-434-0229.
CHILD CARE NEEDED, occas., for 3 & 8
yr old boys, non-smoking, w/ car. 971-1519.
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FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED!
$450/mo. Condo., 1 bdrm. left. Util. incl.,
A/C., idry., & free prkg. Cable, TV, DSL.
Call 313-838-2629.
RMMTE. WANTED (M/F) for 2 bdrm. fully-
fum. apt., 724 N.Fifth Ave., next to park, lo-
cated in Kerrytown, easy access to North &
Central campus w/ prkg., $525/mo. +util. &
sec. dep. 401-864-7099/jbkielis@umich.edu
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dent for rm. in townhse. Fum., washer/dryer,
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