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Monday, May 10, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 7
Despite Columbine shootigs, some legislators favor gun proosal
tEG ISLATIO N to end up in the wrong hands. LSA junior Jeremy Stanifer said passing the pro- "I think people here are more tolerant because
"I think this bill will stimulate the sale of gunsE" posed concealed weapons bill would be a mistake. there's so much diversity," Stanifer said.
Continued from Page SIhe said. "More handguns in more homes means "I think it would add to the danger," Stanifer University spokesperson Julie Peterson said the
lents like the one in Littleton. more opportunities to steal and more opportuni- said. "If anything, we should restrict gun laws Department of Public Safety has contingency
"As a politician, I don't want to walk into a ties for them to be in places where kids could get because we have such a problem with guns any- plans in place to guard against "any variety of dis-
:rowd of people and speak about a controversial a hold of them." way." aster situations one can conceive of."
ssue if I have to ask myself how many people in Whether or not they support the bill, some Stanifer said although there might always be a Peterson said DPS has a mutual agreement with
he crowd are carrying guns and may have issue members of the University community said the slight worry about violent incidents on campus, the Ann Arbor Police Department, the Washtenaw
vith what I have to say," Hansen said. Littleton shootings made them realize Ann Arbor he said he does not believe a Littleton-type inci- County Sheriff and the Michigan State Police to
ansen said the bill might also cause more guns is not immune to violence. dent would happen at the University. assist each other in the case of an emergency.

TTENTION STUDENTS!!
MI TELEFUND is hiring'! Create your own
dule, gain valuable computer &
munication skills. Paid traing, fun
tmosphere. Up to $8/hr. Bonuses galore!
For application & info stop by 611 Church
#4F or call 998-7420.
BABYSITTER NEEDED! Non- smoker
ith flexible schedule needed for 15-20
hr/wk. Camp counselor experience and/or
background in sports, language, music, art of
computers requested. Must have own car.
G pay. 663-3223 before 8:00 pm please.
Student
Engineers
Needed to work
for the
Michi an Union
Maintenance
* .Shop
Flexible Hours and part
time positions
Student Engineers
are responsible for:
" minor mechanical
maintenance
" building repair
Wands on practical
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Applications available at
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Administration Office
Room 1310 (first floor)
C0ERING SERVERS needed weekends
or more. *Full time catering lunch-in
delivery person. Catherine's Catering. Call
Laura 930-4270.

COMPETITIVE WAGES, flexible shifts,
weekend hours...work at the Home Depot.
Now hiring all positions, all stores. Call I-
877-WORK-4HD. EOE.
CONSTRUCTION WORK with local
builder. Par-tme (20 hrs.) 58/ hr. to start.
Call Jeff @ 761-8030.
C01NSELORS FOR DAY CAMP for ages
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talents n art, drama, music. fitness, or
science. Need reliable transportation. Call
665-5175 for application.
COUNTER/SALESPERSON Full-time and
Part-tame. Kilwin's of Ann Arbor needs good
personalities with strong work ethics. Apply
at 107 E. Libeny. Ann Arbor.
DRIVER (S)WANTED to drive '98 Honda
trom Ann Arbor to San Francisco end of
Man 513/475-0179,
DRIVERS WANTED: WOMEN and men
18 yrs. or older for flexible Job as a vehicle
evaluator. Get paid for your opinions on new
vehicles, i.e. cars, trucks and SUVs. Multiple
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Work week Mon-Sat. Drug-free
environment. EOE. Contact Maria at 734-
641 5/0t.
FALLTEACHER (Love To dler) cook,
tleas, orgaie, yitdneok & pet care. utt
or part time. $8-$10/hr. 996-4847.
FRIENDS GIFT SHOPS
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Cashier experience helpful
818 hrs. evenings, weekends, holidays
Must be avaitable t>rough holidays
Soime daytime hours available.
Work Study Students Qualify.
$6.25 Call 936-5971 after 12 Noon.
GARDEN WORK, 10-15 hoirs/wk. $8/hr.
Flexible hours. Own car. 995-0986.
GENERAL ASSISTANT
Needed for busy biotech company. Duties to
inelude copying, filing, recycling, running
errands, general office maintenance, and
more. Must have a valid drivers license.
S6.50/tir.; max. of 32 hrsiuwk. We offer a
fast-paced, diverse work experience with
room for advancement. Please send resume
to: Assay Designs, Inc., 1327 Jones Drive,
Ann Arbor, MI 48105; Fax: (734)668-2793;
or apply in person. Ph: (734)668-6113. EOE.
HOME DAYCARE NEEDS helper M-T-
Th-F, 10-4pin mid May-tiid June.
Close to campus. Good pay. 662-9804.
HOME HEALTH AIDES Caring & reliable
home health aides needed to work in clients'
homes. Experience preferred. Flexible hours.
Immnediate openings. Cases available in Ann
Arbor & Ypsilanti. Own transportation &
phone required. Call IHC 734-971-4200.
IN EXCHANGE FOR a room. Ann Baker,
Ph.D. will work flexible hours: tutor, house-
sit, child/elder care, cook/clean. 480-8850
tmouse@tatar.colostate.edu
JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!
Chat with famous UM alumni, enhance your
resume while you earn some extra cash!!!
**Telefund needs you!** Flexible evening
hours, paid training. Earntip to $8/hour!!
Call 998-7420 for more info or stop by 611
Church #4F.

LIBRARY/FILE CLERK
Needed by local consulting firm to procure
publications from local libraries and vendors
and assist with various other library/archive
functions. 25+hpw, FT summer employment
a possibility. Schedule is flexible but must be
available at least 10-15 hrs/wk during normal
business hours (9-5 M-F). Must be familiar
with local university libraries and have
reliable transportation. Knowledge of ProCite
a plus. Fax resume with cover letter Attn: K.
Danell (7341994-9494.
LIKE TO SMILE? Outgoing leasing
consultants needed pt./ft. for fast-paced
environment in Ann Arbor apartment
complex. Will train. 734/665-4331
LOVE TO TEACH? Kaplan, the leader in
test preparation, is seeking energetic and
dedicated people to teach GMAT, GRE. and
LSAT preparation courses. If you have at
least 95th percentile test scores and want to
help others achieve their potential, call
Kaplan today at 1-888-KAPLAN2 or check
out our website at www.kaplan.com. EOE
M/F.
PART TIME- Computer/Secretarial
position avail. Flexible hours, great pay, free
parkitg. Please call 662-4600, ext. t0.
PART-TIME DEJIVERY person and
p >rfer for a graphic company. 734/913-
PRIVA TE HOUSEKEEPING, One day per
week, good pay. Downtown Ann Arbor. 662-
4600, ext. 12.
RETAIL
RENAISSANCE CLOTHINGhas openings
for full and part-time sales associates. Great
work environment, both days and evenings
available. Contact Dave Gilbert @ 769-8511.
STUDENT PROGRAMMER WANTED.
The University of Michigan Business School
is interested in hiring a student for short-term
web programming projects. Experience with
relational databases, web developing
environments (HTML, ASP, Visual basic),
and Windows95 or NT are required. Flexible
hours, minimum commitment of 25-30 hours
a week--more hours if desired. Potential for
continuing assignments. Please email your
resume to iforster@umich.edu.
U-MOVE IS NOW hiring fitness instructors
for Spring, Summer, and Fall terms. Contact
Lauren Ray 615-0183 or e-mail rayle
@umich.edu
2 CHILDREN SEEKING qualified
babysitter for Tues. am's mid-June thru Aug.
plus nitrie eves. norw. In home, trans. req.
References preferred. 761-7291.
BABYSITTER NEEDED in home for 6 & 7
yr. old. Mid June-Aug.Tue.-Fri., 7:30-5 p.m.
Own trans., ref. req. Call evenings 426-0491.
BABYSITTER NEEDED OCCASIONAL
eves. Own trans. 572-8858.

BABYSITTER NEEDED. Twin 6-yr.-old
boys & 1-yr.-old girl. 8-10 daytime hrs.wk.
Flex. Trans. needed. $7/hr. Call 665-6029.
CHILD CARE NEEDED for three well-
behaved girls, ages 11, 9 & 5 in our
southwest Ann Arbor home. Full-time
summer employment beginning June 9. Call
after 4:00 p.m., 668-1456.
CHILD CARE WANTED: Summer job in
Germany. Responsible, fun-loving person
wanted to care for lively, well-behaved 11 yr.
old son from June 1 to anytime in August.
You'll come to Munich, Germany with us.
All expenses paid (air fare, housing) plus
generous weekly salary. Male and female
encouraged to apply. Contact Katie @
734/647-4334. I'll be interviewing people
starting May 8.
DRIVER FOR TWO children, II & 14,
M,T,Th, 2-7pm. $7/hr. + gas. 665-5857.
HOME DAYCARE During
Spring/Summer, Old West Side, well-
behaved children, flexible schedule, good
pay.Call Patricia at 662-4600, ext. 12.
OCCASIONAL CARE NEEDED for 3 yr.
old girl mu my borne near stadium. Refs.
required Call Leslie or Pat @ 741-4498.
PART-TIME BUDDY for 2 10yr. old boys
from June thru Aug. 495-8890.
SEEKING MATURE STUDENT for in-
home summer daycare for school age
children. Would like candidate to have
references and available transportation.
Duties include transporting kids to and from
summer activities, preparing meals and light
housekeeping. 8:45am-3:00pm M-F (734)
944-9446.
SITTER NEEDED FOR 2 young children
Thurs. 12:45-4:30pm. Spring and Summer
Term. Own trans. Call 994-8553.
SITTER/NANNY NEED IN Dexter ASAP
thru summer for 3 children (2 1/2, 4 1/2 & 7)
M, W 8-5pm & T, Th, F 8-4pm. Light
housekeeping, meals, trans. etc. Very
responsible, reliable, clean driving record and
references a must. 734/426-3867.
SUMMER BABYSITTER needed for
energetic 3 yr. old boy, 2 mornings or
afternoons & 1 eve./wk., approx. 10 hrs. Ref.
& exp. req. Call 663-8090.
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WANTED: 1963 ENSIAN: Call 485-7218
or write: Fred Becker. 206 Oak. Ypsilanti,
MI 48198
roommates
AVAILABLE NOW! One bdrm., one bath
in quiet off campus apt. Perfect for grad and
professional students. Call 668-8421
personal
I
LOVING, MARRIED COUPLE seeking to
adopt a healthy, white infant child. Please
call toll-free, day or nigbt, to tear- year
message @ l-800-630-0895.
UM Mens'
Boxing Club
Opert for Sprirtg & Summer
Tue. 4-6pm
Wed. 7-9pm
Thur. 4-6pm
at the Coliseum on 5th & Hill
by the softball field.
Friendly, student club offers good
coaching safe sparring. Affordable
& fun! Beginners welcome'
Check us out. It's a blast!
Details, info call
CoaCh 930-3246.
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.

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