The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 17, 1997, Page 10, Image 10
Jumpm’ Kate on a mission to new home in Georgia JUMPUv from page 9 jor Fritz Gibson, took loyalty to a new level when he began playing bass with Jumpin’ Kate last May. “I’ve been a big fan of hers for a long time,” he said. “I first saw her at Cafe Le Shakes when I was still in high school. Besides playing with REM, this is my biggest dream ever. I can’t think of a better songwriter.” He added that he thought the move was a positive thing for Boner. “The music scene in Lincoln is in shambles. A lot of the bands that have been mainstays are dissolving,” he said. “The way this city is isn’t good for Katie. Every band that broke out of Lincoln had to leave to do it.” Andy Fairbaim, booking agent at Duffy’s and recent UNL graduate, agreed that the move would be good for her, but no one would be able to fill the void her departure would cre ate. -V" “Lincoln’s losing one of its few fe male voices. But I think it’s good for M Lincoln’s losing one .* *. ■•.! j • . _ . ' :v of its few female voices. But I think it’s good for her to get her music across to some new people.” Andy Fakbairn booking agent for Duffy’s her to get her music across to some new people,” he said. “But there will be a void. She’ll never be replaced. There will never be another Jumpin’ Kate.” Jumpin’ Kate has one more Lincoln performance before heading off to the land of peaches. She’ll be at Mo Java Cafe, 2713 N. 48th St., Saturday at 8 p.m. Valentine's Day is almost here, send send a personal to let them know you care..... REPRESENTATIVE Harris Laboratories is looking for personable, energetic individuate who wants to be part of a strong team environ ment. As part of our team, you wil screen mdlviduais over the telephone to match requriements for pharmaceutic^ studies while entering,data into a computer database. This position offers excellent growth opportunities. HS diploma and data entry skills are required; one year of customer service or sabs experience is preferred. Num ber of hours vary based on staffing needs. Please com plete an application at: - □HARRIS Human Resources, J-SPR 62T Rose St. Lincoln, NE6S502 AA/EOE Firetruck dean-up person. Daytime hours, Monday-Fri 10 EDM Full or part time. Lady's Fitness Is hiring for all positions. Men A women. Cal fell, 48S7777 Get Paid to Surf the Net! Local software developer has Immedtete opening for part time technical assistant. Duties will include monitoring Internet newsgroups, searching for data and software resources, software testing and other related tasks. Some computer experience required. Apply By MaR Only to Micrclmagaa. Inc., 201 N. 8th Street, Lincoln, NE 68508 1347. Please include Nst of colege courses u*en and grades earned. Governmental Affairs Internship Nebraska Public Power District has an Immedi ate opening for part-time administrative support in our Legislative Office in Lincoln, NE/TOs position wn provide clerical assistance in a fast paced office environment while seeing govern ment in "action*. Requirements incluite a valid driver's icense, ability to operate various office equfcxnent, use WordPerfect 6.1 or Word soft ware. Applicants must have a high degree of professionaism. be dependable, responsible, and adhere to the strict confidential standards of the office. Interested petsons should contact the Student Employment A Internship Center, 345 Nebraska Union. Salary Is $5.50 to 6.50 par hour depend ing on quaWfcations. Nebraska Public Power District is an Equal Op portunity Employer, if you have any special needs or requests, please contact us at P.O. Box 499, Columbus, NE 68602. IMS OUTBOUND TELEMARKETING NOW HIRING FOR PART-TIME TELEMARKETERS $100 HIRING BONUS WITH A GUARANTEED *7.00-$7.50 RATE, YOU CAN EARN $10 WITH GOOD PERFORMANCE! AT IMS YOU WILL FIND PAID TRAINING YOU SET YOUR OWN SCHEDULE PLUS YOU NEVER HAVE TO WORK A FRIDAY OR SATURDAY PERFECT ATTENDANCE BONUS WALKING DISTANCE FROM UNL CAMPUS FWD OUT WHY IMS IS THE #1 TELESALES COMPANY M THE U.S. CALL AUBREY OR COME WAND APPLY: IMS SUITE 304 GOLDS GALLERIA 434-2626 EOE / Disc Jockey Experience in stage, music or pubic relations. Call 434 2466 lor application.__ Experienced aerobic intructor for local fitness center. Call 476-6600 M-F between 9-3. Experienced Aerobic instructor for older adults. Available mornings. 441-7575.__ Hiring for waitery postions. Apply at Taj Mahal Cui sine of fndia, 5500 Old Cheney Rd. 420-1133. JOin THE TEAM TODAY! HUnza Is looking for individuals to fill PART-TIME DAY shots. We offer an excellent benefits package which includes: Excellent wages Super flexible hours 1/2 price meals Scholarships Program Buddy Bonus Program Opportunities Await You! Stop in and apply today at: 13th & E Gateway Mall East Park Plaza _ JON’S NOTES is hiring note takers in all areas. Apply at Jon's Notes next to the Student ID Office in University Bookstore. 472 7313. Kings Drive Inn of Lincoln “Home of the Worlds ers. Good wagesand fiexlble^ours. if Interested please call 474-4262 or 435-8396. Knolls Restaurant Several positions avaiabte for noon/evening dining room/ banquet staff. Perfect hours for students' schedules. PONT WAIT! Call NOW for more information: 423-2843. Lazio’s Brewery & Grill *Come see what we can offer you! •Wages that only the most successful restaurant in town can offer! •Team work at it's bestl •Unparalleled training and support! •Paid vacations! •Closed on major holidays! •Some daytime avalabMy required! •50% employee discounts! •You Do Not hare to wear a name tag! •And nobody sings Happy Birthday! Apply in person for a seriously unique opportunity with Lazio's, 710 P Street between 2-4pm, Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday. _ Looking for a great part-time campus job? The College of Business Undergraduate Advising Office is looking Tor a receptionist to work 15.hours per week, Monday through Friday. Duties include answering piones, greeting cus tomers, fifing, data entry and other miscellaneous duties. Great work environment! Must have exceptional interper sonal skills and be detail oriented. Computer experience preferred. Appications arq available In CBA 138;applica tton deadline Is January g4. Office Assistant in Housing The UNL Housing Central Maintenance and Family Hous ing office is seeking a UNL student to work 15-20 hours per week beginning spring semester and full-time during the summer. We need an individual with good typing/ computer skills, some knowledge of basic bookkeeping, record keeping, filng, ordering supplies and good tele phone skills. This person must be energetic, dependable and customer-service oriented. Previous experience in an office setting helpful. Apply in person at the Seaton Had recaption area by January 20,1997. Overnight-freight company seeking PT and FT employ ees for deflyery and pick-up. Must be 21 years old. Good driving record. $6.00/hr. Ftextote hours. Apply at 2200 West Adams No. 5 c/0 Airborne Express between 10 AM 5 PM. Part time counter Position for fast growing dry cleaner. 28 hours/week. Ideal job for sell-confident people oriented student Cal 423-5580.__ Part Time Receptionist United HeakhCare of the Midlands is tasking an Indi vidual to work part-time In our Lincoln oMce to provide back up support to the secretary. I you meet the folowing requirements, please man or fax your raeume to out address: *Excetlef* tutanhonn skits *»*--»»-- » r'rovcioncy in Microsoft woik *FtoxbfStv United HtallhCare of the Midlands, Inc. 450 R^jitg^^^^.100 Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer Computer Graphics/Design Opportunity. Must be fam War with Photoshop and/or llustrator. HTML sk lls helpful but not required, variable hours. This is a career path oppor tunlty. Cal Eric: 441-3292. • Computer Lab Help ' Morning through evening student pomputer lab consult ants wanted. Excellent customer sendee and PC akMs requited. Call 472-5630 or visit 201 Mller Hal.j „■ , ? Help wanted. Part time mornings. Apply in person at 27th ana A streets Amoco. OFFICE WORK Several part-time openings available. One for executive sisport person to do fiing and special projects. This individual must be accurate, dependable, end respect confidentially. We are also staffing our reception and phone answering pool. This position requires strong inter personal and communication skMs as wal as dapendabl Ity. Both positions allow fiexbie schedules. Please send letter of applcation to: Professional Business Services. 7700 A Street. Lincoln, NE 6S510 , Part Tims: - RLE CLERK ' Accurate and dependable Individual desired. 830am 11:45am or 12:45pm-4:30pm. Mon-Frl. MAIL ROOM • Accurate, dependable person needed Mon-Frl. 1230 to 430pm. Coitect. sort, and distribute maM. COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANT \ Part time Communications Assistant needed to coordi nate communications items for our Mamet Web Site and other communication outlets. Applicants should have a basic understanding of the Internet and On-Line services and excellent written and oral communications skits. Basic understanding of Ag. industry and Current Ag issues is a definite plus. Good word processing skills also essen tial. Approximately 20 hours per week. Holdays and paid vacation. Apply In person or 6end resume. Nebraska Farm Bureau. 5225 So. 16th, Lincoln. NE 68512. Part-time Administrative Clerk Part-time opportunity for individual with clerical or data entry experience. Candidates must possess typing skits, be 10-key quallied and detail-oriented. We offer a com' petitive salary and benefits package. Qualified candi dates apply in person or cal: RPS, INC. 4600 Bair Ave Lincoln, NE 68504 402-435-4242 EOE/AA - Part-time assistant bookkeeper, a/p, experience helpful. 9-2, Monday-Friday. Call Gingerfor an appointment. 467 2302. . PART-TIME POSITION Accounting Clerk NEBHELP Finance/Accounting The Nebraska Higher Education Loan Program, Inc. (NEBHELP), a leader in the student loan industry, is seeking to fit a part-time Accounting Clerk in the Finance/ Accounting Department. This postion provides support by applying the principles of accounting to generafledger entries and other clerical accounting responsbiities. Responsbiilies include: assisting with the organization of financing document in the document control center, copy ing documentation, data entry into general ledger system, and general clerical duties. Qualified individuals wil have one year of college or technical school accounting course work, or one year related experience and/or training, or equivalent combi nation of education and experience, knowledge of gen eral accounting principles and practices, knowledge of Quattro Pro or similar spreadsheet software application, familiarity with mid-range computer-based general ledger accounting systems and WordPerfect preferred. - If interested in this position, please send a resume tor Human Resources, P.Q. Box 62505, Lincoln, NE 66501 2|05^or apply In person at 1300 "O' Street, Lincoln. NE Equal Opportunity Employer PHLEBOTOMISTS Hank UbonloilM M«to MM phMMtomWt to draw ssrg^ttgBaratas .~j Lincoln, NE 66502 AA/EOE COMPUTER OPERATOR Unfcrerafey of Nabreeka Computing ScivicfB NilWQffc Operate the UnivetsRys mainframe computer system/ consoles, mount computer tepee, operate printers and other off-line equipment Computer knowledge and good customer sendee skills preferred. At a minimum must be able to wotfcin four-hour time blocks. 16-20 hours per week. The Data Center Is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Must be available to work summers and school breaks. Hburssriivarybutshiflswfibeskheduied primarily on weekends and grmrea (11:00pm-7:00am). $5.25 hourly. Apply In person at 235 NabrlTlal. PHONE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Excelent experience for Human Services/Psychology Majors. Lincoln Personal Crisis Service will hold a one day volunteer traininq sesslon SatuaJay Jan. 25. from 9-4:30 at Community Mmttai Health Center, 2200 St. Mary's (near Lincoln GeneraJ).To register caN 475-5171 or 469 3275 and leave your name and number. Programmers Wanted. C experience arid knowledge ol HTML. Database and SQL experience a ptua. This Job car lead to ful time employment after graduation. Exciting opportunity. Call Monte: 441-3292. Student needed Tuesdays and Thursdays. 230-330. tc meet and hefr son in wheelchair off school bus. TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS National Research Corporation, the healthcare industry's loading provider of market research is NOW accepting appScations for Is professional interviewing staff. If you are interested In healthcare issues, enjoy taking tc people, and are in need of a part-time Job—mis could be theopportunity for YOU! NRC offers: •ABSOLUTELY NO SELLING!!! •Evening/Weekend hours *F1ext>le schedulng—You choose the days you work! •Convenient downtown location •Casual and smoke free work environment ‘Paid training •Competitive hourly wage For more information or to schedule an interview, please call the Data Collection department @ 475-4526, M-F between Sam a 5pm. Tutors are needed in the Hewit Academic Center. We are seeking upper-level undergraduate and graduate stu dents with a GPA of 3.0 or above and excellent commu nication skils. Tutors wili earn $5.50 per hour and will have flexible and variable hours. If interested, apply at 300 West Stadium or call either 472-9985 or 472-0513. WANTED: Experienced telephone workers. Good cause, Good pay. Bonuses. 5-IOpm, ask tor John 4754)404, Wanted: leasing agent, part/full time, apply at Superior Place Apartments, 1501 Superior St. between 1-4 Mon day thru Friday. Wanted: Mother's Helper. Approx. 20hra/week. Cal Kelly 438-2690 to set up an Interview, bring references. We need fun-loving dependable teachers to work with adorable children between the ages of 6 weeks and 12 years. Must be avalabie 3-6pm Monday-Friday. Great experience for students in Teachers college or family science. Apply in person, Krayon Campus Inc 6001 Normal Blvd. Daily Nebraskan Circulation Driver DeWer newspapere downtown or on east campus every morning. Must have own car. no classes before 9 a.m.. and be an UNL student wfth at least a 2.0 G.PA Contact Dan at 34 Nebraska Union. 472-1769. Earn $$$ Immediate positions available persons needed, 730 930AM. Monday-Friday. To provide direct care tor chil dren, flexble days. Call Trinity Infant & Childcare, 475 9731. I * I I shows. Weekends, Work-Study preferred. Con- I | tact: 472-2641. _I Dependable individual to assist with tropical fish maMainence. Apply In Matter Hal Room 2 or cal 472 0982. Woik-etudyapprowl required. _ Needed student wMi work study voucher to work In the Economics Department. Computer skill required: gen eral office duties. 98/hour.CaHCarolor Kim at 472-2319. ' * *r“? ■ ? i - i ' 1 -77*-- •_ — ; “Summer Camp , •' Opportunities** Nebraska's most beautiful camp, YMCA Camp Kkaki, located ort the Platte River, is seeking applicants for summer staff positions. Call or write YMCA Camp Kkaki. 2^6 North tlth.- Suite 301, Lincoln NE 68508. 402-434 CAMPcounselors” IfclkeLaa0n& Memories at SUMMER CAMPI .Top ranked camps in the: Pocono Mins of PA. Need counselors to teach water and land sports. Outdoor Adventure. Arts & MORE! Call 215-887-9700 CAMP OZARK Christian Sports and Adventure Camp—Seeking quali fied counselors to work with boys and girls ages 8-16. Employment, terms for all or part of the summer. If remotely interested,come to our NU informational video presentation 830 p.m., Monday, January 20 at Ns- •* masks Union (See dety Rating lor room). Located Mount Ida, AR (SOI) 087-4131. VMt our Webake at wwwxampozark.com.__ SUMMER CAMP! CO-ED. Sleep-awayf MANY COUNSELOR POSITIONS AVAILABLE! We need rote models, sensitive, caring and skilled staff members. FOR THE BEST SUMMER OF YOUR LIFEI In NE Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mtns. Call 1 800-61-WANDA or E-Mail email@example.com or visit ourwebsitehpptYAeww.intercainps.com/lowandafor information, application and to schedule interview. This is a great camp arid an awesome experience. Camp Towanda, Honesdale, PA. 400s Housing Publisher’s Notice Alf teal estate advertising In this newspaper is subject to the federal Fair Housing Act. which makes t illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, famiial status or national origin, or intention to make any such preferences, limitations or discrimination. The Daily Ne braskan wll not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in v'toiatron of the law or discrrm 'inates against sexual preferences Our readers are hereby informed that aldwelkigs advertised are avalable on an equal opportunity basis 2 male roommates needed to share nice 3-BR house In Belmont area. Close to campus. $200 + utilities. Ryan 477-1638. 4th Roommate wanted! FUN Male/Female. W/D. Off Street-Parking, 3000 Starr St., $165/month+ 1/4 utikies, can 438-7908.__ Female to share two bedroom loft. $262.50/month plus 1/ 2 utiWies, $200 deposit. 1617 F St, 476-8657. _ Fun/Responsible F to share apt. near east campus. Prefer Grad. $170. 437-5178x14 or 489-0889. M/F roommate needed. $150/month +1/5 utilities. 1 block from campus. 435-8448. M/F, non-smoker, 2 blocks from east campus. 2 bedroom. fireplace, parking, laundry. $217+1/2 utilities. 466-8651. Male roommate wanted for a nice 3-bedroom 2-bath house in the Highlands. A/C and W/D. $210/month + 1/3 utilities. Andrew 476-6502. N/S Female roommate needed ASAP. 3BR, 2BA apart ment, $210/mo+utlkies. Call Lori 474-1880, leave mes sage._. - N/S responsbtemale to share 2 BR apartment for spring semester in WMowhaven. $205 -»• 1/2 utWttes, 438-1514. N/S. responsible. M/F to share large 3 bedroom home, 2 baths, W/D. 5 blocks from East Campus. 3 blocks from UNL Busline. $2S0 +1/2 utlties. $150 deposit, reference. Call Kelly 438-6745.__ N/S. Graduate perierred to share townhome. Your own bath. Off street paiking, $325* 1/2 utilite6. 477-0471 Roommate needed, female to share apartment with deaf woman with 2kkfs. 2 bedroom apartment near 27th & Hwy 2. $225 includes utilities. 476-3666/476-9107._ Roommate needed to share 2 bedroom **. Close to campus. $230 + 1/2 utilities. 477-7063 Roommate needed for a 2 BR. 2 BA house at 1205 Claremont. $300. Cosigner required. 6 mos lease. 432 6644. _" Roommate needed ASAP. Rent $245 ♦ 1/2 unities. South Lincoln. Call 421-8015, leave message. Roommate to sham Nice 3 bedroom house. 66TH A HoWrege area. Available Immediately! 488-7867/teave message.« Two male roommates needed to sham a house. $175/ month ♦ 1/5 utiMss. Deposft and references required. 477-6306. By Ann Stack Senior Reporter' Expect serpents, rock bands, co medians and more this spring from the University Program Council. UPC, an organization composed of students, is on a mission to bring top-notch entertainment to UNL. This Saturday, UPC and the Afrikan Peoples’ Union is co-spon soring speaker Philip Walker fa the Martin Luther King Jr. Banquet. That will be held in the Centennial Roan at the Nebraska Union. Next Thursday, the union gets live courtesy of Omaha's Blue Moon Ghetto.Roots-rockers The Wonsers, a wonderfully fresh band from Minneapolis, opens the show at 9 p.m. in the Centennial Room. There’s a game of Supermarket Bingo, where the prizes are edible, in the East Campus Union Jan. 24, and Jan. 30 Jay Friedman will present a “Sex Matters” speech at 8 p.m. in the Nebraska Union’s Cen tennial Room. The Racial Minority Leadership Conference, co-sponsored by the Office of Student Involvement with guest speaker Marlon Smith, is Feb. 1 at 1 p.m. at the Wick Alumni Cen ter. Feb. 6 brings the return of Thursday Night Crib shows with singer/songwriter Jen Cohen. These are in the South Crib at 9 p.m. UPC and the Chinese Students Scholars Association team up to cel ebrate the Chinese New Year on Feb. 7, and “Maborosi” shows Feb. 9 as part of the International Film Series. v Brainwaves, an improvisational audience participation-based com edy troupe, will perform Feb. 13 in the Crib, and the following week the Office of Campus Recreation pre sents a chess tournament. „ The film “Bye Bye” will be shown Feb. 23, and Rape Aware ness Week is recognized Feb. 26 with an interactive discussion by Katy Koestner. A dance, aptly called the Snow Ball, will be at the East Campus Union Feb. 28. Shakespeare visits UNL March 8 and 9 with a showing of'“Twelfth Night.” Comedian Renee Hicks, who’s appeared on HBO, brings her comic commentary on social issues March 13, and Gil White talks about some cheap spring break travel op tions for penniless students on March 20. Singer/songwriter Stuart Davis comes to the Crib on April 3. Pass ing Zone, a comic juggling team, comes April 10. Herps Alive, an amphibian pro gram presented by herpetologist Keith Gisser, makes a full-day stop in the union April J4. Crib Nights finish on a high note April IT with karaoke, and there’s a chili feed April 18 at the East Campus Union. A Chicano Awareness Dance co sponsored by the Mexican-Ameri can Student Association will be sometime in April, as well as the final two international films, “The Silence of the Palace” on April 13 and “The Magic Hunter” on April 27. Remember, these events are free with student ID. You pay the fees, you may as well take advantage of than.