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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 8, 2004 - 7

Hybrid sunflower oil may
reduce heart problems

dG FOR 9TH grade English and
ors. $13/hr Call 734972-1178 or
1@msn.com.

ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR P/T
service positions. Flex. hrs., downtown,
Asian bakery/cafe. Eastern Accents. 214 S.
4th Ave. (Near Liberty).
ACTIVISM 734-222-6347
STOP THE AT'ACK!
Fight rollbacks on environmental & public
health laws. Great communication skills req.
Rapid advancement & travel opportunities.
Mon.-Fri. 2-10:30 PM, $375-420/wk. P/T: 3:-
30-10 PM for students. Call for an interview.
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ANGELO'S RESTURANT IS accepting ap-
plications for wait staff & counter help. Flex.
day/hrs. Apply between 2- 3pm, M-F at 1100
E. Catherine.
ARE YOU A good caregiver? Friendly? Are
you the kind of person who likes being
around people? Do your friends tell you
sometimes you're a little crazy? Do you like
multitasking? Do you believe everyday can
be a great day if you want it to be? If so, we
may have a job for you. We offer flex. hrs.,
free membership, a great group of people to
work with and we have fun. All shifts avail.
& premium wage during llpm-7am shift. If
this sounds like a job for you, visit our web-
site. www.lonlclub.com and then give us a
call. 734-761-4440.

ATTN. CAR ENTHUSIASTS! Automobile
Magazine is looking for a Web Intern. Impec-
cable English language skills and a broad
knowledge of automobiles are req. 20 hrs/
wk., $6/hr., fall semester internship. Send re-
sume to web-intem@dushane.com. No calls.
BARTENDER TRAINEES NEEDED!!
Make Up to $300 Per Shift! No Previous
Exp. Req. Flex. Sched. Avail. FUN and UP-
BEAT Environment. Call Now
1-800-714-4060.
BUSY FURNITURFJGIFT STORE has part/-
full-time positions available for fall. Please
fill out application at Dixboro General Store,
5206 Plymouth Rd., 15 miles east of US 23.
734-663-5558
CASHIER WOMEN'S CLOTHING & jew-
ery store, flex. hrs. & good pay. Apply in
person at kayo in West Gate shopping center.
EARN CASH SHOPPING!
Seeking Mystery Shoppers to evaluate local
businesses. Flexible work schedule. Perfect
for students! (800)417-6416.
EARN UP TO $1200/wk.! An opportunity to
be your own boss, make your own hours and
be rewarded for your hard work. E-mail your
name, phone#, and school to
strategicmaketingassoc@yahoo.com.
GET PAID FOR YOUR OPINIONS!!
Earn $15-$125 and more per survey.
wwwmoneyforsurveys.com
GOLF COURSE POSITIONS - The Univer-
sity of Michigan's Radrick Farms Golf
Course is seeking motivated and conscien-
tious people to fill grounds crew and club-
house positions for the fall and beyond. Posi-
tions available starting April ist. Contact
Paul L. Scott at plscott@umich.edu EOAAE.
HAVE YOU EVER been diagnosed with or
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-
ogy. If you are interested, please email: de-
pressstudy@umich.edu.
HEALTH CARE ASSISTING chiropractor,
billing, typing, filing, flex. hrs. $8/hr.
994-5966.
HAVE YOU EVER had same-sex desires or
engaged in same-sex sexual behaviors? Do
you think of yourself as lesbian, gay, bisex-
ual, queer, or non-heterosexual? If so, you
may qualify to participate in a study on sexu-
ality. Participants will receive $25 for their
participation. This work is funded by the Uni-
versity of Michigan Department of Psychol-
ogy. If you are interested, please email: sexu-
a*tystudy@umich.edu.
HOUSEHOLD & ODD jobs. 20 hrsIwk.
neg., flex., cleaning, cooking., ldry., love
dogs. Starting $10/hr. + bonuses. 769-2795.
ICE SKATING INSTRUCTORS needed,
4-8 hrslwk. Call Karin 994-2785.
LIGHT INDUSTRIAL - no exp. nec. P/T
starting at $10/hr. 734-975-2827.

MASSEUSE. DIABETIC PATIENT. 2-3 in
home sessions per week. $60 per session.
Certified or non-certified. Located on
busline,A2.330-7779.
MODELS - PROFESSIONAL Photographer
needs people over 18 for fashion/art-oriented
projects. $ or prints. (810)-735-7313.
www.portfolios.com/gilphoto
OFFICE PERSON NEEDED 10-15 hrs/wk.,
$7/hr., work study preferred; Spin Physics
Ctr., Contact Brian 763-9026.
PART-TIME CUSTOMER SERVICE posi-
tion. Flex. schedule. Free coursepacks for
classes. Apply at Dollar Bill Copying. 611
Church.
PARTICIPANTS WANTED: JUDGEMENT
& Perception Experiment at UM near North
Campus. Experiment requires. 2-hours and
pays $20.00. To qualify, must have English
as first language, ages 18-30, and vision cor-
rectable to 20/20. Email Sam at
shevlab@sbeglobal.net (preferred), or call
734-936-8703.
PEP BAND 1-2 persons needed for men's
varsity soccer home games. Have fun and get
paid too! (734)254-9640.
PERSONAL AIDE NEEDED for young boy
w/ autism. $110 hr. 734323-2829.
PHARMACOGENETICS AND EYE
PRESSURE CONTROL
The U-M Kellogg Eye Center is currently
conducting research to understand how eye
pressure is controlled by specific genes. You
can participate if you: are between 18 and 50
years of age; are not pregnant; have no his-
tory of severe asthma, eye surgery or eye
trauma. Upon completion of the study, partic-
ipants will be compensated. This study in-
volves minimally invasive procedures. For
more information, please contact the U-M
Kellogg Eye Center at 888-393-4677(EYE-
IOPS)
PICTURE FRAMER PARTTIME for assem-
bly & sales. Willing to train. Ask for Kathryn
(734)971-1100.
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 $950/HR. and make new friends
while supporting your University. MICHI-
GAN TELEFUND now hiring students for
flexible night and weekend schedules. Awe-
some Resume Builder! Work Study / Non-
Work Study. Apply online:
www.telefund.umich.edu. 998-7420.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEEDED
accredited program in Ann Arbor, seeks en-
thusiastic persons tosubstitute for our 7 Ann
Arbor locations, Flexible hours, great posi-
tion for college students. Fore more infona-
tion call (734) 761-2576 or email inquiries to
mdavis@gretchenhouse.com EOE.
TUTOR WANTED: MODERN greek. 9-5 p.-
m. 662-0142.
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.
WANTED--GROUP EXERCISE INSTRUC-
TORS. Exp. and highly motivated instructors
wanted for Step, Kick Box, Pilates, Yoga,
and Spin. A variety of hrs. Apply in person
@ One On One Athletic Club, 2875 Board-
walk Dr., A2, or email resume to pe-
ter@lonlclub.com
WORK IN THE Music Industry
Navarre Entertainment Media is seeking a
creative, enthusiastic, self-motivated person
to be a College Music Marketing Representa-
tive. You must be currently enrolled in col-
lege full or part-time, with at least one year
of school remaining. Perks include: flexible
hours (8-10 per week), exposure to cool new
music, free concert tickets to our priority
artists, and the opportunity to earn college
credit. PLease contact Anna-Marie at
800-728-4000 or aganje@navare.com.
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 immediatley.
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.
SITTER NEEDED FOR 10 & 14 yr. old
girls, Mon. &/or Fridays 2:45-5:30 pm. Exc.
refs. req. $1/hr.+ mileage. 665-5778.

LUBBOCK, Texas - Some farmers are placing their
hope in a hybrid sunflower seed that could help keep arter-
ies clear and hearts pumping in a nation smitten with snacks
and processed food.
"It's a healthier oil," said Willie Wieck, 62, who started
growing sunflowers on his 450 acres in the Texas Panhandle
in the early 1970s. He switched to the new hybrid seed called
NuSun a couple of years ago. It's free of unhealthy trans-fatty
acids and increasingly is catching on as a cash crop.
"It's certainly a brighter spot out there," Wieck said.
"They're a good crop."
NuSun is primarily sold to big food processors - not
on grocery shelves - and it's already used in some snack
foods. Sunflower growers are counting on a big demand in
the next few years thanks to new food labeling rules.
Beginning in 2006, food packages must say how much
trans fat is in a product; the only labeling clue now is the
mention of "hydrogenated oils."
The Food and Drug Administration approved the trans
fat labeling requirement last year, saying the change could
prevent up to 1,200 cases of heart disease and 500 deaths
a year as people choose healthier foods or manufacturers
change recipes.
Trans fats are found in vegetable shortenings, and in
some margarines, crackers, cookies, snack foods, fried
foods, baked goods, salad dressings and other processed

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foods. Studies indicate trans fats contribute to higher lev-
els of LDL cholesterol - the bad kind - which can raise
the risk of coronary heart disease, which kills more than
500,000 Americans each year.
NuSun, which is not a genetically modified hybrid, was
developed by federal scientists in North Dakota about eight
years ago. Shortly after its introduction in 1998, consumers
began eating chips and other snacks fried in the oil.
The seed didn't get much fanfare at its introduction,
mostly because there were not large quantities available,
said John Sandbakken, a spokesman for the Bismarck, N.D.-
based National Sunflower Association.
Optimism about the NuSun marketplace got a boost with the
FDA ruling and from results of a nutritional study by Penn State
University researchers that indicated that NuSun compared
favorably with olive oil for health benefits. The research also
suggested the sunflower oil could help lower cholesterol levels.
The National Sunflower Association, which has trade-
marked NuSun, is conducting a survey that is expected to
show about half the 1.9 million sunflower acres planted in
the United States this year are NuSun, executive director
Larry Kleingartner said.
Before NuSun, sunflower growers had long been depen-
dent on selling their oil in volatile markets overseas, export-
ing about 80 percent. Now, about 70 percent of the oil stays
in the United States, Sandbakken said.

Mcard Center, 1000 Student Activities Building,
515 E. Jefferson Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1316

On and after September 20, 2004, to obtain certification of the balance amount
on the card for presentation to the State Treasurer to obtain the balance,
bring the card in person to:
Treasurer's Office/Mcard Administration, 10090 Wolverine Tower,
3003 S. State Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1283
If you have questions about the Mcard CashChip program or any aspect
of this notice, please contact: Judy Hufziger at (734) 936-2626.

By: Judy Hufziger, Mcard Manager

Dated: June 30, 2004

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***P/T 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).
BABYSITER NEEDED FOR 6 yr. old boy
on Thurs. afternoons. Call 995-0625.
BABYSiTTER PREF. WITH child care exp.
References required. 10 to 20 hrsIwk. with
flexible schedule. Call Su at 313-570-2833.
CHILD CARE NEEDED, occas., for 3 & 8
yr old boys, non-smoking, w/ car. 971-1519.
ENERGETIC PERSON NEEDED. PT help.
In-home day care. Flex. hrs. 332-9719.
EXP., FUN AND gentle babysitter needed
5-10 hrsJwk. for sweet and energetic 3 yr.
old on NE end of Ann Arbor. If interested,
please send email to tanyahill@aol.com.
FREE ROOM IN old west side home in A2
in EXCHANGE FOR CHILD CARE. 2 chil-
dren: newborn & almost 3 yr old. 20 min
walk to campus. Don't call unless you love
children. For details, call Sophia 623-2975.
LOOKING FOR LOVING and energetic in-

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 NFifth 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
ROOMMATE NEEDED- FEMALE grad stu-
dent for rm. in townhse. Fum., washer/dryer,
by hosp. & Dental sch. $550/mo. 341-5595.

COUPLE LOOKING FOR the help of a
sperm donor. Will pay $100 per donation.
734-925-3761.
LOVING COUPLE, BOTH graduates from
the U of M, are searching for a U of M stu-
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