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Wednesday, May 14, 1997 - The Michigan Daily - 7


Career opportunities available in our Ann
Arbor office. We are a leader in Medical
Billing, and we are looking forthose who are
dedicated, meticulous and quick thinking.
Excellent communication & business writing
skills along with a knowledge of human
anatomy a must. Knowledge of Medical
Billing & Coding helpful but not necessary
(willing to train the right person). WE

Interested: fax your resume to 313/677-7407
or mail to PMG, Personnel Coordinaator,
Box 1108, Ann Arbor, 48106-1108.
PRO SHOP HELP needed a.m. & p.m.;
cook M-'lh eves.; ranger M-Th eves. Please
apply at Brookside Golf Course.
.8 112 month a ., F/T knowled e of Microsoft
Word, Exce, 4 database. Exp. multi-line
CALL NOW!! STARNET MARKETING phone. Exc. interpersonal & organizational
1-517-569-3838 skills a plus. Send resume to:
S.Ahmed@Office Acad Aff, School of Nur-
sing University of Michigan, an AAE.
EXPLAINER/GUIDE Work-study students RESEARCH ASSISTANT needed for
needed at Hands On Museum. Call 995- breast cancer & nutrition study. 40 hrs./wk.
5439. Computer database skills, 1 yr. commitment
FULL OR PART-TIME help. Dimo's Deli pref. School of Public Health. 647-0216.
& Donuts. $7/hr. to'start. 662-7944. SCOREKEEPERS is hiring outgoing in-
GRADER FOR children's math program. dividuals for wait & floor staff. Prefer can-
Must be able to work in class Tues. & Fri. didates who are avail. thru Fall. Apply in per-
3:30-6:30. Call 761-4648 after 7 p.m. week- son to Eric at 310 Maynard.
days or anytime weekends. SECURITY GUARDS to work on UM
HELP WANTED.....Men/Women eam $480 campus. Part-time, full-time, & overtime
weekly assembling circuit boards/electronic avail. Apply at: State Security Services, 525
c ponents at home. Experience Church, Ann Arbor. 668-0444. EOE.
u cessary, will train. Immediate openings, SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an infer-
your local area. Call 520/680-7891 ext. tility clinic. Male students or grads. 20-40
D719. yrs. old are sought. Donors are paid $60 per
INDIA-JOIN ME in developing market in acceptable donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box
U.S. & India. Your way to success! 313/513- 2674. Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
3399. SUMMER CAMP counselors needed for ac-
LAB ASSISTANT: Basic science research credited child care center. Full & part-time.
lab needs reliable, motivated individual to Must be available 6/12 - 8/26. Men en-
care for mouse colony. Make solutions, wash couraged to apply. Experience necessary.
dishes, and assist researchers 20-40 hrs./wk. Call 761-2576.
LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION labor. DHL Worldwide Express has Full Time
Creative, outdoor work. $7.50/hr. +. EOE. Counrier positions available with a combina-
-8180. tion of mornig and evening shifts, with fur-
l SING AGENT part-time person needed ther opportunity for part time employment
fo apt. complex in Ann Arbor. Duties would later in the fall/winter semesters. Qualified
include some clerical work and computer candidates will have a valid chauffeurs licen-
input. Must be willing to work weekends. se for Michigan and an excellent driving
Please send resume to: P.O. Box 7413, Ann record. The ability to lift 70 lbs. and excellent
Arbor, MI 48107. communication skills are essential. Hack-
MARKET RESEARCH ground verification is required for
TELE-MARKETING employment. Benefits include vacation,
We have a part-time (appx. 20 hrs./wk.) medical tuition assistance and travel
position avaiable in our Ann Arbor office. oporunities.
We are a leader in Medical Billing for Up through 5/20, applications will be accep-
Physicians, and we are expanding into new ted in person from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. at our
(for us) states. For each new area, we must Customer Walk-In entrance, or call 313/414-
c a data base of the existing market 3900, ext. 252 to have an application packet
sW ture. We do this with lots of mailed to you.
investigative methods including phone calls
to hospitals and physicians. We are looking DHL Worldwide Express
for a dedicated, meticulous, persistent, quick 45111 Polaris Court
thinking person who can type - accurately - Plymouth Township, MI 48170
60 wpm OR MORE. Excellent spoken
English a must. A knowledge of the medical SUMMER HOUSEKEEPER for busy fami-
world would be helpful but not necessary ly near campus. 8-10 hrs./wk. General clean-
(willing to train the, right person). WE ing + laundry, dishes etc. 998-0199.
BENEFITS -WHAT CAN YOU OFFER?? Cancer Society: Assist with special events in-
We're only a 10 minute bus ride from cluding newsletters, event programs, data
campus. Fax your resume to 313/667-7407 or base, attending events, recognizing
mail to PMG, Personnel Coordinator, Box, volunteers. Knowledge of data base, word
1108, Ann Arbor 48106. processing and desktop publishing preferred.
ELS NEEDED now & weekly ages Call 971-4300.
18-30 Inexp. OK. USA Models 110/781- SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE at Crisler
8800. Arena Mon.-Fri., 8-4, $6/hr. to start. Work in-
NOW HIRING volves event staff, projects, painting and
The Michigan League Buffet is now hiring cleaning. Call Lisa 998-7236.
students for Spring and Summer. Excellent THE MICHIGAN WOMEN'S gymnastics
pay. Great hours (no nights or weekends). team is seeking a motivated, highly or-
Benefits include: food discount and ganized and self-directed individual with
opportunities for scholarship for continued soekwldefthsprtobcma
employment ease a team manager. If interested, please call 313/
League Buffet between 11 am-2 pm M-F or 647-7980 for more information.
the Michigan League Administrative Office --
at 911 N. University.
- HIRING part-time cooks at local pub.
ble hours, must work through Art Fair. htp://Www.pub,
No experience necessary. 995-9106.
POSTAL JOBS, 3 positions available No "
ex.ncessary For info cal1- 1 7341 um ich.eu /d~oWly/.

The office of the Dean and the Office of the announcements
Associate Dean for Research in the School ofr
Social Work is seeking a spring/summer
Work-Study student to assist in the daily
operations of their offices. Good y
communication skills, ability to work on
many different tasks and basic office skills PUBLIC NOTICE
are a must. Experience in Microsoft Word, University Housing at the University of
Excel and the mtemet are desirable. If you Michigan will conduct the COMMERCIAL
want to have fun while working in an VENDOR FAIR at two campus area
exciting environment, please send your locations during its 1997 Fall Student Move-
resume to: Barbara Tietjen, Office of In, August 29-31. The Commercial Vendor
Research Services, School of Social Work, Fair allows students to acquire items for
2079 Frieze Building, 105 S. State Street, outfitting their residence hall rooms. Vending
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285. by non-registered commercial agents iS not
WANTED: SUBJECTS for psychology ex- permitted at or near UM residence halls
periment on perception at U of M. The ex- during Move-In days. Guidelines for the
periment takes 1 1/2 hours, pays $15. To Commercial Vending Program, which are
qualify, must be native English speaker, have available May 14-28, 1997, provide
vision correctible to 20/20 & be right- information about the program, space
handed. Call 763-0115. reservations, and vendor fees. To receive a
WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT, copy of the Guidelines, call or contact
Volunteer or Participate with a work study UNIVERSITY HOUSING, HOUSING
grant at UM's Pound House Children's Cen- INFORMATION OFFICE, 1011 STUDENT
ter pre-school during Spring term. Located at ACTIVITIES BUILDING, 515 EAST
Forest & Willard. Please call 998-8440 for JEFFERSON, ANN ARBOR, 313-763-3164
more information or to arrange an interview. (email: honsg@umich.edu). Guidelines are
also available in, the City Building
WORK STUDY ONLY. Assistants needed Department, located in Ann Arbor's City
for med-school lab. 10-15 hrs./wk. $7.50 call Hall.
Sue at 764-3190.
WORK STUDY STUDENT needed.;., 4.. ,.
Surgery, research, lab. Office and lab tasks
$7.00/hr. 936-2817.
child care ADOPTION: Happily married couple can
give your baby love and securty. You can
help make us a family. Medical and legal ex-
penses paid. Call anytime Alison and Kurt 1-
4 GIRLS 11, 7 1/2, twins 4 yrs. need fun-
loving caregiver 3 aftemoons per week in UM Boxing Club open for
their N.E. Ann Arbor home. Responsible in- summer at the coliseum
dividual with experience & own at 5th & Hill.
transportation. Some light housekeeping. Good atmosphere,
References required. Long-term commitment Open Mon.7-9, Tues.4-6,
preferred. 995-9507. Thurs. 4-6.
ADORABLE BOYS (10 mo. & 2 1/2 yrs) For details call 9303246
seek in-home care (exp., ref.). Please call rBegis a welcome
761-589. Bginners are welcome.
BA BYSITTER WANTED: occatonal Try a new sport for the summer.
weeknight/weekend eves. 3 children ages 10, It's afforfable and fun!
5, & 3 1/2. Own trans. Call 662-8858.
BABYSITTER/FAMILY helper for 3 girls,
7, 4 & 2. Sp/Su 6-10 hrs. days. Fall avail. a
plus. Own trans., exp., refs. Bums Pk. Must
love kids. 663-1448.
children, ages 1 & 4. Commitment for Tues.
eve., 1 1/2 - 2 hrs. Call 913-5568.
car, references. $8.00/hr. Call 995-9668.
babysiuer needed two full days & one after-
noon to care for 2 children 2% & 5 yrs. old for
summer. Starting end of June/beginning of
July. Please call 741-7595.
NEEDED: Energetic, responsible person to
care for baby in our home 12-16 hrs./wk.
beginning Aug.'97. If interested, please call
Lisat@ 741-1235
Caribbean/Mexico $250 RT
Europe $199 OW
& Domestic Destinations Cheap!!!
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people attended his son's funeral last
Friday at the Nie funeral home in Ann
"I know my son was very religious
and we buried him very high," Young
Ho Cho said.
LSA junior Leah Dawson said the
funeral was very religious and the
service focused on David's life and
his importance in the lives of oth-
"(At the funeral, they talked about
how) he always really made people
feel like they had something to work
for," Dawson said.
Augustyn said Cho was the type of
person who didn't seem to let things
bother him.
"I remember times when he'd be up
at 5 a.m. typing a paper and he'd be
joking about it,' Augustyn said.
He was "excited about life,"
Augustyn said.
"He always told the truth and
never tried to put on a front,"
Augustyn said. "He was laid-back
and easygoing, and he always
showed people that he really cared
about them.
"He was an honest and loyal friend
- one of those kids you could always
get along with and feel comfortable
with," Augustyn said.
LSA junior Lawrence Cho said his
brother David displayed perseverance
and diligence in both school and
"He touched so many lives,'
Lawrence Cho said.
David Cho played soccer, volley-
ball, varsity basketball and was a
member of the orchestra at Ann
Arbor Pioneer High School from
where he graduated with honors in
He was the recipient of the
University's Bob Ufer Scholarship,
the University's Westhall Scholarship
and was on the School of
Engineering Dean's Honors list. He
was also a member of Korean
Campus Crusade for Christ, as well
as Hope English Chapel Korean
Church of Ann Arbor.
Keith Wade, who was David's
high school basketball coach, said
David "immediately won over all
the guys on the team during tryouts.
"He was always happy, always at
practice and having fun, regardless
of what his situation was,; Wade
David Cho is succeeded by his par-
ents, Pastor Young Ho and Hyun-Sim
Cho, his brother Lawrence Cho and
his sister Sarah Cho. He was living
with his parents in Ann Arbor at the
time of his death.
Young Ho Cho said he is very
grateful to all the students and
friends who have called and sent
cards to the family.
He said the support has helped the
Cho family cope with his son's
death. He encouraged David's
friends to stay in contact with the
University Counseling . and
Psychological Services is providing
counseling for members of the Ann
Arbor community who are mourning
Cho' untimey g eath.

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