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Wednesday, April 8, 1987
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JOIN OUR NANNY NETWORK ot over 500 placements by
us in CT, NY, NJ and Boston. ONE YEAR commitment in
exchange tor top salary, benelits, room and board,
airfare. All families prescreened for your satisfaction.
MANY lamihes for vou to CHOOSE from. Contact HELPING
HANDS, INC. at (203) 834-1742, P 0. Box 70C8 Wilton, CT
06897. As featured on NBC'S TODAY SHOW & HOUR
EXPERIENCED PART-TIME produce person needed.
$4 25hour start. Apply at Food Bonanza. 1340 West "0."
PART-TIME variable days and hours. Call Mark's
Mobile Tower Wash evenings, 475-9296.
NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED!
Carol Wright Sales has full-time openings on first and
second shifts to last three months. Fill out applications
8-11:30 p.m. and 1:00-4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
CAROL WRIGHT SALES
3425 N. 44th St
(SW Corner of 44th' & Cornhusker Hwy.)
Equal Opportunity Employer
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Position open beginning late April, 1987 for 1 UNL
student (prefer freshman, sophomore, of beginning
graduate student), to work in Campus Recreation outdoor
adventures program and equipment rental. Applicant
must possess or be willing to fearn outdoor adventure
skills and leadreship ability. Two year commitment
preterred, including summers, $3.5bhr to start. Send
letter of application and resume to Mark Ebel, Campus
Recreation, 1740 Vine Street, Lincoln, NE 685C8-06G1 by
April 10, 1987.
UNI li in qul opportunity jnttltutlon
$350wk career experience, and college credit.
HEALTH CLUB looking for people who would like to
train for aerobic instructor positions, Call 475-5686 and
ask lor Rhonda.
as crop scouts in the Fairmont Exeter-Cordova, NE area.
Job involves weekly scouting of corn, milo, and soybeans
for insect, weed and disease problems. Will provide
training. College or 4-H experience in basic crop produc
tion, entomology, and weed science would be a plus.
Farm background or previous experience is essential.
Applicant must have own reliable transportation. Mileage
will be paid on transportation.
Ability to follow instructions and attention to detail,
along with good communication skills are important.
Good physical condition would be beneficial also. Work
will be approximately 40 to 50 hours over a five day week.
Interested individuals should send a letter of application
andor resume to the Quad County Co-op, P.O. Box 75,
Exeter, NE 68351. No phone calls. Closing date April 9th.
CAP STUDENT STAFF
1987-88 Academic Year
The Campus Activities and Programs Office will hire
students to fill these positions for the 1987-88 academic
Activities Staff Assistant
Culture Center Activity Aides (3 positions)
Publications Staff Assistant
Eleven work-study positions will also be available.
Applications and position descriptions will be available
beginning Tuesday, March 31; deadline for completed
applications, 5:00p.m. Friday, April 17. For more informa
tion contact the CAP office, 200 Nebraska Union, 472
2454. An Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action employer.
By GARY LARSON
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Lincoln classes now forming for June LSAT Preparation,
Call Kaplan Educational Center, 1-345-35f6
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
Or start now part-time at $4B0month guaranteed, Market
ing company has 23 positions open. Must have reliable
transportation and above average work habits. Call 489
6S04 while positions are still open.
is now hiring part-time kitchen help. Hours range from
11 3Qa.m,-2;ti0p.m, Apply between 2:00-4:00 p.m. 124 N.
OUTSIDE SALES person wanted. Selling to farmers,
elevators, industrial. Grain dryers, bins, buildings. Salary
plus commission. Non-smokers only. Wall Construction
Co., Henderson, NE 1-800-742-9255,
NEW ENGLAND BROTHERSISTER CAMPS
(Mass ) Mah-Kee-Nac for BoysOanbee for Girls Counselor
Positions for Program Specialists: All Team Sports,
especially Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, plus Archery,
Riflery and Biking 25 Tennis openings. Also Performing
Arts, Gymnastics, Rocketry, Ropes Course; All Waterfront
Activities including Swimming. Skiing, Small Craft; plus
Overnight Camping, Computers, Woodcraft and more.
Inquire: J & 0 Camping, 190 Linden Avenue, Glen Ridge,
NJ 07028 (201) (13)429-8522(6)328-2727.
CAMP COUNSELORS wanted for private Michigan
boysgirls summer campus. Teach: swimming, canoeing,
sailing, waterskiing, gymnastics, riflery, archery, tennis,
golf, sports, computers, camping, crafts, dramatics, OR
riding Also, kitchen, office, maintenance. Salary $700 or
more plus R & B. Marc Seeger, 1765 Maple, Northfield, IL
LONG DISTANCE trucking - northAmerican Van Lines
needs owneroperators! If you need training, we will train
you. You will operate your own tractor. If you don't have
one, northAmerican offers a tractor purcnase program
that can get you started for an initial investment of
S1.500. If you are 21 or over and think you may qualify,
we'd like to send you a complete information package.
Call any weekday: toll free 1-800-348-2191, ask for Dept.
EARN $250 or more in your spare time distributing
fireworks to your friends and neighbors for Nebraska's
largest fireworks dealer. Individuals or organizations
The Daily Nebraskan Advertising Department is
currently accepting applications for summer and fall
staff. Positions available: Account Executives, Clas
sified Sales, Proofreaders, Creative Staff. Applica
tions will be accepted through 3:00 Friday, April 10.
Must be UNL student to apply.
NEED MONEY FOR GRADUATE SCHOOL?
You can earn between $4 and $5,000 this summer for
the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) if
you are a master's degree candidate with two
semesters of course work. Summer interns will
examine policy issues on 145 topics of interest to
EPA. Contact: UNL Internship and Cooperative. Dead
line to apply is April 15.
POTENTIAL NANNIES NEEDED
ARE MIDWINTER BLAHS SETTING IN?? Are you tired of
the same old scenery and routine? Be a Nanny and select
your preferred location in the United States. You must
have a sincere interest in working with children and be
willing to enroll in a 3 12 month training course. Terrific
salaries and benefits. Contact NANNIES OF NEBRASKA,
INC. P.O. Box 463, Norfolk, NE 68701.
Earn up to $30 a week or $120 a month. First donation
$10, second donation in the same calendar week
(Monday-Saturday) $20. New donors bring in this ad
for a $2 bonus on the first donation. University
Plasma Associated Bioscience of Nebraska, 1442 "O
You could win a new car!! Stop by the booth in the City
Union today and register to win.
SOUTH CENTRAL Invitational Lamb Sale, April 18, Clay
Center, show 2 p.m., sle 6 p.m. 150 market lambs,
registered yearling ewes, ewe lambs. Nebraska con
signors. Lambs eligible for Jackpot Lamb Show. July 13,
Clay Center Fairgrounds. Call 402-762-3332 or 762-3524.
CAMPUS RED CROSS
Find out about the largest Red Cross happening! Our next
meeting is Thursday, April 9 at 6 p.m. in the Union!
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Potluck Dinner April 10, 6.30 p m.
Indian Hills Church 1000 So 84th St.
GET YOUR ACTS TOGETHER
Enter the Cornstock Talent Show Thursday, April 23 at 5
p.m. for info call CAfttast, 472-1780.
Thursday, April 9th at 6:00 p.m.
of Dud's & Sud s Franchises
ARTS S SCIENCES
OUTSTANDING TEACHER ASSISTANT AWARD
Deadline April 10
Applications available in 1223 Oldfather
to enter the Cruisin' into the Summer Sweepstakes at the
booth in the Union to win an '87 Chevy. UPC VIDEO.
Meeting today at 5.30, City Union. Old and new
members please attend.
1SS7 Hellrabln' Tour
Beanart of it!
CORNCOBS SPRING RUSH
5:00, Thurs., April 9, City Union
BULL LEASE Auction. April 28, 1:00p.m.. Atkinson, NE.
Bulls tor sale or lease 225 Performance Tested
Amerifax, Angus, Charolais, Gelbvie, Simmental, South,
Devon, Tarenfaise, Dewey Schaffer, 402-336-2599.
CORNCOB'S SPRING RUSH
Comejoin! 50 yard line seats!
Play Harry Husker.
Meet new friends.
Tomorrow 5:00 City Union.
SATURDAY, APRIL 11 Annual Melchers Hereford
Bull Sale. Selling 56. 1:00 p.m. at the ranch located 15
miles SE of O'Neill, Highway 20. Phone 402-626-7687.
See you at our Homecoming meeting today at 5:30.
INTERNATIONAL METAL building manufacturer select
ing builderdealer in some open areas. High potential
profit in our growth industry. 303-759-3200, ext. 2403.
DELTA LITTLE SISTERS:
Important Meeting Wed., 8th
Bring money for shirts. Be there!!
Meeting today 7.00 p.m. City Union
FRANCHISE CLUB has summer internships available.
Call Cheryl at 472-5181.
MAXIM GORKI'S RUSSIAN DRAMA
THE LOWER DEPTHS'
Thurs.-Sat. April 9th-11th 8 p.m., 808 P St.
See the movie with Tom Selleck April 8 & 10, Avery
Auditorium, City Campus. Also, April 9 in the East Union,
East Campus. Admission: $1.00.
0RCHESIS PRESENTS "America n Motion" April 10th &
11th at 8:00 p.m. and April 12th at 3.00 p.m. Mable Lee,
Room 304. Admittance at the door is $3.00.
Come to the
A Great Omelet Meal
Sunday, April 12
640 N. 16th
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MACHINE QUILTING - Quilts and spreads. Come, send
or call M & M Machine Qualiting, m Smith 2nd, Box 161,
Springfield, NE 68QS9. Phone 4&-?S3:20J7.
A WONDERFUL FAMILY experience. Australian, Eur
opean, Scandinavian high school exchange students
arriving in August, Become a host family for American
Intercultural Student Exchange. Call 1-8K227-3)K)0.
FUND RAISING: Need to raise money lor your organiza
tion? Earn $500 to $5,000 in two weeks. Free awards. No
risk - no investment. Call us toll free at 1 800-64 7-3G41.
April 8th, 9 00-9 30 P M.
"LOOKING UP WHILE YOUR LYING DOWN"
Chaplain Clarke Mundnenke
Lincoln General Hospital
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday only. Sponsored by UPC.
UNL WILDLIFE CLUB
Meeting Tonight 7:30 p.m.
Pat Cole from the Resource Services Division of the G & P
will be the speaker. Also, all people who ordered shirts.
Please bring your money.
THEOLOGY FOR LUNCH
Thurs.. April 9 Nebraska Union
11:30 AM Brown bag lunch
12 Noon Program
"CHURCH AUTHORITY AND
Dr. Bob Halier
Dr. Jim McShane
All Faculty, SUM, and Grid Students WttconM
UPC CONCERTS & COFFEEHOUSES PRESENTS
Poem readings by Ken DiMaogio
Thursday. April 9th, 12:00-100
In the Union Crib
PI KAPPA PHI PRESENTS
SPRING FLING '87
Featuring One Whisper
Thursday, April 8, 8-12
NE Union Ballroom
Admission $3.00 Open to the public
There will be a raffle for cash prizes.
HOUSING FAIR '87
The Student information Center is sponsoring a
Housing Fair on Thursday April 9 from 9 a m.-3 p m in
the Nebraska Union Main Lounge. Information con
cerning off-campus housing.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the date of the in
stallation for 1987-88 ASUN Executives and Student
Government Representatives has been rescheduled for:
APRIL 9, 1987
NEBRASKA UNION - EAST CAMPUS
35th & HOLDREGE
(ROOM TO BE POSTED)
Reception to follow
See you at the Haymarket Square for Greek Week
Brian & Randy
Put on your dancin' shoes
and boogie on out to
BALLROOM BLITZ Dance Lessons
April 8, 8:00-10:00 p.m.
Put on by Arthur Murray Dance Studios
sponsored by UPC Arts
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