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    Page 12Tuesday, August 26,1997
The Nebraska Democratic Party is seeking motivated &
organized students for internships in 1997-98 cam
paigns. Must be able to handle mulltiple tasks and
possess good communications skills. Great for PoliSci,
Communications, and other majors. Call 434-2180.
The position you've been waiting for. If
you are...
available to work third shift, reliable, and have a stable
work history, APPLY NOW!
PEGLER-SYSCO has an immediate opening in our
Warehouse, for Order Selectors, this position is
Full-time, and includes our excellent benefit package.
Starting wage is $7.40/ hr. with regular wage reviews,
and an incentive program. Applicants must be:
*** Drug Free
*** Able to lift 100 lbs. repetitively
*** Pass Physical Exam
*** Hardworking and Dependable
*** At least 18 years of age.
Apply Today!! Applications being accepted at:
PEGLER SYSCO Food Services Company
1700 Center Park Road
Now hiring AM/PM Servers, Cashiers, Carry - Out, Line
Cooks, Prep Cooks. Apply in Person, 17th & M.
Wal-Mart is hiring part time and full time positions.
Mostly evenings and weekends. Overnight positions
also available with pay differential. Apply Thursday
evenings at 6:30. EOE.
Wanted experienced fall harvest help. 785-7285. Local.
We’re Growing
Single Copy Recovery Runner: This Sunday only posi
tion involves doing recovery runs at Lincoln Retail Ac
counts with the Omaha World-Herald. Duties include
managing displays, recovery and building account re
lationships. Sundays only. 9:00 am - 1:00pm. Call Jerry
R. @ 476-6100 for more details.
Web page designer wanted
Great job, great experience, great money. See our dis
play ad.
Weekend Customer Service Representative, Saturday/
Sunday, Part-Time: answering Phones, entering infor
mation into computer system, and dispatching papers
to customers. Hours are 7-11:30 a.m.. Call Jerry R. at
Omaha World Herald, Lincoln Circulation Office.
466-6100 for more information.
Welcome back students!!
The Knolls Country Club and Restaurant has several
dining room positions available. We offer excellent
working conditions, competitive wages and flexibility
of schedules. You must be available to work Tues
day/Thursaay or Wednesday/Friday 10:30 to 2:30 shift.
Call 423-2843 for more information.
the perfect part-time job
was only a phone call away?
Pick up the phone and you’ll find out
National Research Corporation has a lot to offer.
NRC is accepting applications for its professional
mteriewing evening/weekend staff. ABSOLUTELY NO
SELLING! If you are interested ;r joining an industry
leader in providing the most actionable, up-to-date
market information to health care organizations. Diease
call us today!
NRC Offerings include:
'Paid training
'Paid parking with convenient downtown location
'Flexible scheduling
'Casual/smoke-free work environment
'Competitive hourly wage
For more information or to schedule an interview,
ctesse cai; our Data Collection jod line at 475-4520.
Woman ■ eeaed tc provide attendant services for disa
iea woman before 10:30 Monaav-Pnday --pen
erce necessary, but must be reliable and nave own
'.ransportation. Call 435-1544.
A responsible babysitter with car needed. A’t- .
riights a week No weekends. Devin, 423-5290.
ceave message.
After school companion needed for two daughters,
ages 14 and 10. 2:30 pm-6:00pm. 3 days each week.
Car required. Some light housework. $5.50/hr. plus
gas. 489-3071 after 6pm.
Child Care Provider Needed: Tuesday/ Thursday, 8-5
for one 8 month old boy. Call Jodi at 465-7484 or
College student to care for one child after school.
Approx. 4-6pm, Monday-Friday. Prefer Child Develop
ment experience, 420-1763/leave message.
Education major, M-F. 3:30-5:30pm to supervise 8th
grade female. South Lincoln location. 423-7857 after
6pm or 471-3017.
Looking for a responsbile, caring babysitter for my two
children (5 & 2). Must provide own transportaion.
Part time child care and light housekeeping for two
girls after school. Own transportation. Call 472-5006
(days), 435-8137 (evenings).
Part-time nanny needed. 15-20 hours per. week,
grade school age children. Study while you get paid!
Call 423-7842 anytime, leave a message.
Sitter Needed for 2 boys, ages 7 & 11 on football game
days. Must have car. Non-smoker. 477-5406.
Dependable individual to assist in tropical fish mainte
nance. Flexible hours. Apply Manter Hall, Room 2
472-0682 (Stefan). Work study approval required.
WANTED: Energetic and creative students to work at
Ralph Mueller Planetarium and perform planetarium as
tronomy and laser light shows as well as production
and publicity of same. Friendliness towards media
equipment and computers would be helpful. Must be
able to work some Fri. & Sat. nights. Work-study pre
Contact: 472-2641 or e-mail:
WANTED: Ticket sellers for planetarium and laser light
shows. Needed Fri. & Sat. nights and Sat. & Sun. af
ternoons. Work-study preferred.
Contact:472-2641 or e-mail:
Attention All Sport Club
Mandatory Sport Club Council Meeting. Wednesday
August 27th, 5:15 p.m., at the campus recreation center
Any questions? Call Jackie Russell at 472-3467.
Used CD’s, $5.99-$7.99 New CDs$12.99
Movies,T-shirts, posters,hacky sacks,
music books
and CD towers.
50th and O, 486-0047
Delta Sigma Pi, Professional Business Fraternity, is ac
tively seeking new members. Come to our Meet the
Chapter: Monday, September 8 or Monday, September
15, 7:00pm, Union. Business Attire. Sign up in our
booth in CBA. For more information call Maureen @
Furniture, clothes, collectibles, antiques and beanie
babies. Things and Stuff 2727 N. 33rd.
Get help with your teacher education program appli
cation on, THURSDAY August 28, 1997 from 3:15 -
4:00 P.M. in 116 Henzlik Hall. Applications are
available now from your adviser and are due September
15, 1997.
Homecoming 1997
Royalty Applications are available at the following loca
tions: ASUN office, Culture Center, Office for Student
Involvement (city & east campus), Greek Affairs,
Multi-Cultural Affairs, Campus Recreation, RHA office,
University Program Council, Alumni Assoc,, and the Vice
Chancellor for Student Affairs office. The application
must be returned by 5:00 p.m. on September 10
to the ASUN office at 115 Nebr. Union.
Models wanted
Models fdr fashion, fitness, print and runway. For in
quiries, contact 477-3020.
Society for Human Resource Management
Business Majors: Are you interested in Human Re
sources/ Personnel? Come to our organizational
meeting, get in on the inside track. August 28, 5:30
p.m., Union. Free Pizza!
Society Of Human Resource Management
Business Majors: Are you interested in Human Re
sources/ Personnel? Come to our organizational
meeting, get in on the inside track. August 28, 5:30
p.m., Union. Free Pizza!
Untrained male subjects (19-29 yrs) needed for
strength training study: 3 hrs/week for 12 weeks be
ginning in the fall. Paid $70 at completion of study. Call
Tammy 472-3846.
Alpha Phi Omega
Welcome back! Meeting Wednesday. 8/27 7:00pm @
1245 “R" Street. Officers meeting 5:00pm <{8 Neihardt
Grey Parlor.
Habitat for Humanity
Informational meeting Thursday. August 28. 6 pm. Ne
braska Union, Pewter Room. Hope to see you there!
The Student Undergraduate Middle Level Organization
welcomes you back to school. All interested middle
level education maiors are welcomed to attend our first
meeting at Henzlik Hall, room 20' on August 26. 1997
from 7:00-8:00pm._
Meeting Thursday at 5 prr. at W‘Ck Center. Plan to gc
to the barbequeafterwards Don't miss this fun meeting
witr ots ot information about Notre Dame, home
coming. ana football games Can t wait to see you
~he GAS NR Advisory Eoam .v:l Ho.o its first meeting
Wed Aug 27 at tee East C impus union at 6pm. :f jr
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University Health Center
Student Advisory Board
We are having our first meeting of the semester today,
August 26, at 4:30pm in the basement of the Health
Center in Conference Room E.
Congratulations to the 28 new Chi Phi pledges. Wel
come to the house, let’s have a great year!
Congratulations to Jerrod Witzel on receiving the Chi
Phi National Educational Trust Scholarschip.
The men of Chi Phi would like to extend our warmest
congratulations to all sororities on a great fall rush.
Thanks to the men of Phi Kappa Psi/dego for tearing
apart your bathroom for the Alpha Chi. The women of
Alpha Chi Omega.
There are many committee openings for student repre
sentatives. Check the ASUN office for current open
positions. Applications available at 115 Nebraska Un
ion. Deadline Sept. 19th.
UNL Student Government
Wed., August 27
6:30 p.m.
City Campus Union
First Meeting of the Semester
Senate Meetings are open to
the public
Information And Agenda Available
115 Nebraska Union
If I can choose. I won't drink Pepsi.
can of the Unibomber
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We offer these exceptional benefits:
• Excellent Wages • 1/2 Priced Meals
• Paid Vacation • Flexible Schedules
• Fun & Clean Work Environment • Scholarship Program
• Advancement Opportunities • Buddy Bonus Program
Beat the rush, head on in to the following Runza®locations and
for a
Great Job
on East Campus?
If you are awarded work study - look no further than
C.Y. Thompson Library!
• Expand your experiences
• On campus convenience
I • Your choice of day, evening, or weekend hours
• $5.40/hour
For the best postions, apply Mid-August or as soon as
you arrive at UNL. Apply at C.Y. Thompson Library
Circulation Desk. For more information call
Vicki Eastman at 472-4403
Call 472-2588, Fax: 472-1761,8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
34 Nebraska Union 1400 R St. Lincoln Ne. 68588-0448
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Weekend custodial employment in Housing
r August 25, 1997 - May 9, 1997 P
$$$$$$_ r
Hourly Rate - $550 P
Limited Maintenance/Construction P
Hours Available
r $$$$$$ r
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P 4:00 p.m. to your residence hall P
P maintenance office: P
P ♦ Abel-Sandoz Maintenance - P
P 860 N. 17th. P
P ♦ Burr-Fedde Maintenance (East Campus)- P
P 35th & Holdredge. P
P ♦ Cather-Pound-Neihardt Maintenance - P
P 527 N. 17th P
1 ♦ Harper-Schramm-Smith Maintenance- P
P 1140 N. 14th P
P ♦ Selleck Maintenance- P
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Must have positive attitude & work well with
people. Apply at any of our 6 locations or at 730 W.
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concrete finishers, formsetters, construction workers & equipment
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• Great Pay • Tuition Assistance Program
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