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The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 4, 1995 - 7A
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' FLEXIBLE WORK HOURS
Great Food Good Atmosphere
You can be one of the TEN buspersons
Aboded for the Martha Cook Bdg.W are a
woni'sreidece hall lc. on the corer of
South U. & Tappan St. Work hrs. can be
arranged to fit in your class schedule. If this
paks your interest call Jan or Paul at 763-
5 to arrange for an interview.
FULL TIME and part time opportunities for
marketing manager in Ann A Promotion
agncy is seeking outgoing candidates to
manage bar promotions in evenings and on
weeknds. Must own car and be 21+ 1-800/
829-3288 ext.485.
GIFT SHOPS
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Cashier experience helpful
8-18 hrs., eves., weekends, holidays
some daytime hours available
$5.75 - Call 9365971
after 12 Noon
Work Study Students qualify.
GREAT SUMMER JOB opportunity as
companion to 11 and 13 yr. girls Mon.-Fri.
Free rm. & board plus pay. Must have car. 1S
min. drive from campus. Call 761-7487.
GREENPEACE JOBS. Canvass for the
most dynamic environmental group. Call
761-1996.
GYMNASTICS instructors wanted. Must be
enthusiastic, energetic, have teaching ex-
perience & transportation. Mon. thrm Fri.
4:30 p.m. - 7 p.m. & Sat. 9 a.m. - noon. 971-
1667.
HOLIDAY BREAK POSITIONS Nat'l
firm expanding for the holidays. Full & part-
time openings. Earn $10.25 starting. Flexible
schedules. May become permanent after New
Years. M-W 11-4. 971-6122.
IN-HOME CHILDCARE +/- cleanup for
vivacious 18 mo. girl, Bums Park, 38+ hr.
k, 7:15 a.m.-midnite, Mon.-Sun., min. 1 yr.
747-9094.
MOTHER'S HELPER, "odd jobs" $5/hr.,
10+ hr./wk., 747-9094.
MOVER'S HELPERS. Begin @ $7.25/hr.
Progress from there. Part-time. 485-6111.
NATIONAL PARKS HIRING Positions
are now available at National Parks, Forest
& Wildlife Preserves. Excellent benefits +
bonuses! Call: 206/545-4804 ext. N55982.
NEEDED LOCATION photographic assis-
Wat to carry heavy equipment. 665-5988.
USTOMER SALES
REPRESENTATIVES AND TELLERS
Michigan National Bank has current part-
time openings for its branches located
throughout Wayne, Oakland and
Macot b counties including Ann Arbor.
As Sales Representatives, you will
cross-sell products and services, han-
dlle customer concerns, and perform
teller duties as needed. One or more
years of branch banking or related
experience is required.
ideal Teller candidates must have
strong communication skills, retail sales
and/or cash handling experience.
We offer highly competitive wages in
excess of $8.00 per hour, cash incentive
programs and strong career growth. One
week full-time training in Southfield,
conveniently scheduled
during hol a vacation.
Interested applicants,
Michigan call (810) 473.3172 to
National apply. An EOE/AA
Bank Employer.
OUR FIRM IS looking for individuals who
want to gain comprehensive management ex-
perience next summer. Earn $6000 to
$10,000per summer. Positions available in
select Detroit suburbs, Ann Arbor, Lansing,
Grand Rapids, and more. 800/887-1960.
POSTAL & Government jobs $21/hr. +
beefits. No experience. Will train. Call 313/
913-5082.
PRESCHOOL HELP. Love children,
cleaning, pets & yard work, P.M., eves. &
some Saturdays $6-8/hr. 996-4748.
RETAIL FOOD SALES. The Moveable
Feast at Kerrytown. Bakery/cafe. 2-8p.m.
Call Marc 663-3331.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED, O negative.
F'or this blood type, $120 is pad per accep-
table donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box 2674,
Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an es-
labished infertility clinic. Male students or
graduates 20-40 yrs. old are sought. Donors
aea 'd $60 per acceptable donation. Write,
APt, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.

STUDENT WANTED for an in home COZY WINTER HIDEAWAY Log cabins
tutorial program for a 4 yr. old boy. $54-75 nightly. Incl. outdoor hot tub & ski
Ed., Spech or Psych., students preferred. trails. Traverse City 616/276-9502.
But, any interested are welcome, will train. DETROIT BOUND?
Must be committed, enthusiastic and The only international Hostel (Y.H.A.
dependable. Good pay, flexible hours. Start approved) in Detroit, located in Foxtown at
immediately or Jan. Call Deb. 677-1587 or Historic Park Avenue House has student
764-7585. lodging discounts with proper student ID.

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SUMMER BUSINESS. Are you an
entrepreneur? Great opportunity with low
start-up cost. Management training, earn up
to $600/wk. Vehicle req. Call Greenland Ir-
rigation 1-800/361-4074.
TEAM RECRUITER. Make corporate
contacts. Enthusiastic & outstanding, w/
strong communication, organizational, &
public speaking skills to recruit corporate
participation for large non-profit fundraising
event. Reliable transportation req., full-time
temporary. Send resume to M.D. Personnel
@ 1955Pauline Blvd. Suite 400 Ann Arbor,
MI 48103. 761-6331.
TRAVEL ABROAD and work - Make up to
$25-45/hr. teaching basic conversational
English in Japan, Taiwan, or S. Korea. No
teaching background or Asian languages
required. For information call: 206/632-1146
ext. J55983.
UNIVERSITY LIBRARY-Seeking students
to work in our campus libraries. Positions
available in the Taubman Medical, Graduate,
Science, and other libraries. Flexible shifts
are available as well as seific shifts, such as
Sun. 10 p.m.-12 a.m., Wed.9 a.m.-11 a.m.,
Thurs. 9 a.m.-lI a.m., and 12 noon-2 p.m. at
the Taubman Medical Library. Positions start
now and continue into the winter term. Please
apply at Library Human Resources, 404
Hatcher North. FOE.
WAITSTAFF, CATERING STAFF,
bartenders, host positions needed at Univer-
sity Club. Apply in person, Room 1310,
Michigan Union...Attn: Darla or Brian.
WORK-STUDY in cancer reserarch lab.
Laboratory Assistant position with flexible
scheduling, $6.50/hr. Call 763-4165. If no
answer, call 763-0277.
YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS- I made
$1500 in one week in business for myself. I
am looking for 5 students to do same. Con-
tact Jacob at 995.6806
chid care
AFTERSCHOOL babysitter needed for 2
girls, ages 5 & 9. 3 dayswk. Start January
10. Need own transportation, ref. Non-
smoker. 761-6906.
ALL PURPOSE nanny for newborn, 4,6 &
8 yr. old kids. Must drive. 9964136.
BABYSITI ER NEEDED in my home for I
or 2 mornings a week. Care for Alexander,
10 months. Students only, references
required. Call 313/741 -8113.
BABYSITTER NEEDED. 1-2 nights/wk.
Must be reliable & have own transportation.
$6/hr. Ref. req. 665-2161.
DAY CARE ASSISTANT Tues., Thurs., 15
hrs./wk. Own transportation. Start now or in
January. Call Emily @ 663-1737.
ENTHUSIASTIC, warm, responsible care
needed for 1 yr. old boy. Mon., Wed., Fri.
afternoons. (3-4 hrs./day) Some Sat.
evenings. Start in Jan. Good pay. N-smkg.,
own car, experience & references required.
971-5768.
EXPERIENCED part-time child care
provider for 9 & 6 yr. old. 2 afternoons & I
morning. Up to 10 hrs. Non-smoker. Own
car, ref. C 761-1453
LIVE-IN CHILD CARE provider wanted
for 2 school age girls in home of Burns Park
family beginning February. 25 hours/week
during school year, 50 hours/week in
summer. $5/hr. + room and board. Car
provided. 1 year commitment. Non-smoker.
Call Chris @ 995-1212.
** SPRING BREAK 96 Jamaica, Cancun,
Bahamas, Florida. Lowest prices around!
Book by Dec. 15 to save $. Only $25 deposit.
Call now to reserve your spot. Josh @ 995-
2256 or Kim @332-7863
**«« SPRING Break early specials.
Bahamas party cruise 7 days, $279! 15
meals/6 parties! Cancun & Jamaica from
$399! Panama City room w/ kitchen $119!
Key West! Daytona! Cocoa Beach! Prices in-
crease 12/15! 1-800/678-6386.
ATTENTION SPRING BREAKERS!
Book Now! Jamaica/Cancun $389, Bahamas
$350, Florida $129. Sell Trips, Earn Cash, &
Go Free! 1-800/234-7007.

One night - $12.00. Secured entrance and
parking. Walk to theaters, concert and
sporting events. 5 minutes from Amtrak
Station. For more information call 313/961-
8310. 2305 Park Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201.
DUKE-UM BBALL 2 tix Midcourt Row 13
Great seatst Best offer Tim 995-6366.
SPRING BREAK TRAVEL FREE with
Sun Splash Tours. Highest commissions
paid, lowest prices. Campus Reps wanted!
Sell Jamaica, Cancun, Bahamas, Florida,
Padre. Rates & info. call 1-800/426-7710.
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NOW is the time fe gua1antee the
lewest rates and best betel selectien
ftr Spring Break. After Jn. lst, or
prices will increseanod betel cheices
will be limited. Leisure Turs has
cemplete packages to Seuth Padre
Island, Cancun, sad Mardi Oras.
F'or E info. LTI
1-"8400838-8203.
SPRING BREAK- Nassau/Paradise Island,
Cancun & Jamaica from $299.00. Air, hotel,
transfers, parties, & more! Organize a small
group & eam a free trip plus commissions!
Call 800-822-0321.
SPRING BREAK Acapulco $499, Bahamas
$509, Cancun $540. Reps Wanted. Call Dan,
Regency Travel 665-6122, 209 S. State.
ATTENTION SPRING BREAKERS
Before you decide to beach it -
Why not take a hike - thru
London. Amsterdam. Paris. Rome
Call 663-4400
For Special Spring Packages
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Arlene at
Regency Travel, 2095S. State, 665-6122.

AP PHOTO
Swedish U.N. peacekeepers remove razor wire from around the entrance of the U.N. air base in Tuzia yesterday. President
Clinton ordered the first deployment of U.S. troops to Bosnia yesterday to lay the groundwork for the peacekeeping mission.

Bosnian city filled with
hope at U.S. arrival

Los Angeles Times
TUZLA, Bosnia-Herzegovina -
Selim Beslagic, the mayor of Tuzla, is a
hopeful man. With 20,000 U.S. troops
about to descend on his city in a peace-
keeping mission, Beslagic anticipates
jobs for his weary people, repairs for his
battered roads and schools, and business
fortheidle cafes and restaurants ofTuzla.
But he also worries about prostitu-
tion, drugs, AIDS and other potential
trouble that could come with this Ameri-
can invasion.
"We expect more good than bad,"
the popular mayor said shortly before
traveling to Germany, where he
planned to pick up a few more ideas by
inspecting towns around U.S. military
bases there.
This gloomy city of 110,000 people-
plus 50,000 war refugees - is about to
become the headquarters for the U.S.
Army's 1st Armored Division on a mis-
sion toenforce apeace thatmany Bosnians
are still hesitant to believe is real. For

many here, it is the prospect of U.S.
soldiers-distinct from discredited U.N.
forces -that finally provides a glimmer
of hope. But years of bloodshed and dis-
illusionment temper the enthusiasm.
Throughout the war, Tuzla was the
second-largest government strong-
hold after the capital, Sarajevo. It is a
U.N.-designated "safe area" that,
while somewhat isolated, never has
come under siege like Sarajevo.
Shelled on several occasions, Tuzla
nevertheless has escaped the whole-
sale destruction of the capital.
and other Bosnian towns, and it is
relatively stable, despite its large, bit-
ter refugee population.
The city straddles the Jala River and
is dotted with drab Communist-era
apartment blocks and spiraling
mosques, some of which date back 500
years to the Turkish occupation. The
sound of the Muslim call to prayer
wafts through the old part of the city at
regular intervals.

MINES
Continued from Page $A
International Committee of the Red
Cross.
"Bridges, roads, power sources,
valuable tourist areas and massive
tracts of agricultural land in Croatia
and Bosnia-Herzegovina are signifi-
cantly affected by mines," according
to report for the Vietnam Veterans of
America Foundation.
Removing the mines will take sig-
nificantly more time than did the pro-
cess of putting them in place.
An expert with a hand-held probe can
clear roughly two square yards an hour.
At that rate, the U.N. Mine Action Cen-
ter in Zagreb, Croatia, says, it would
take 1,000 mine clearers 33 years to
disarm the minefields in the Balkans.
They have already proved their dead-
liness: Between April 1992 and June
1995, Bosnian mines killed 20 U.N.
peacekeepers and wounded 204.
Even now, more mines are being sown
as returning soldiers carry them from the
battlefield to protect their homes.
Among the most heavily mined areas
is the territory around the town of Tuzla,
the area to be patrolled by U.S. troops.

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DISNEY BAHAMAS cruise: Overbought
special to public. 7 days- $149 per person.
407/851-6008 ext.18.
FREE FINANCIAL AID! Over $6 Billion
in private sector grants & scholarships is now
available. All students are eligible regardless
of grades, income, or parent's income. Let us
help. Call Student Financial Services: 1-800-
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PREGNANT? Considering adoption?
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The University of Michigan
Department of Dermatology
is seeking volunteers ages
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Eligible participants will be
compensated $125 for their
time and effort.
For more information please
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