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Gift Shop - Gateway Mall
Now Accepting Applications for Part-Time Sales Asso
ciates. Flexible hours and Competitive Hourly Rates.
Apply at the Keys and Engraved Gift Shop, Lower Level
GREAT EXPERIENCE FOR YOUR RESUME! PT OFFICE
POSITION for a responsible, positive person.
Main duties include accounts receivable, deposit and
payroll functions, answering and directing phone calls.
Computer keyboarding skills a must & Mac computer
skills preferred. $440-5660 a month. Apply in person
THIS WEEK ONLY from 10 AM to 5:30 PM at Awards
Unlimited, 1935 “O’ St..
Great part-time hours, flexible schedule, driver ware
house. 423-1234, ask for Michelle.
Harvest help wanted. Close to Lincoln. Call 665-2567,
If you have a great attitude and are interested in flexible
hours, excellent salary and benefits, Hillcrest
Country Club is looking for part time, full time bartend
ers, servers, kitchen help and dish washers. Apply
Tuesday-Saturday, 8901 “O’ Street.
We are looking for the best!__
Immediate openings AM and PM for assemblers and
taggers at Lincoln’s newest dry cleaners. Call
The Office of Campus Recreation is currently hiring of
ficials for Soccer. Starting pay is $5.65/hour, 6-12
hours per week. If interested, please attend the officials'
meetings Tuesday, September 30 at 4:00pm in
the Nebraska Union and Wednesday, October 1 at
6:15pm in the Campus Recreation Center. For more
information, call 472-3467.
LIKE TO TALK?
GET RAID FOR TALKING!
EAI Marketing Services is now
hiring for Full & Part-time Day/Evening
*$125 Hiring Bonus!
’Earn $8.0Q/hr guaranteed!
"Earn up to $12/hr w/bonuses!
Meat Packing Plant
Immediate Openings available for Head Boners, Trim
mers, Tripe Washers, General Laborers, and a Cattle
Yards Worker. At least 1 year experience is desired.
Pay ranges from $7.50 - $12.00 an hour.
•“Annual cash profit sharing bonus (when available)
*” $500 Attendance bonus
•“Paid Life Insurance
*“36 Hour Weekly Guarantee
Chemical Testing Required. EOE. Apply in Person,
Monday - Friday, 8-11 A.M. & 1-5 P.M. Saturday, by
MSP Resources. Inc.
3435 Gomez Avenue, P.O. Box 7431
Omaha, NE 68107-0431
Mig welder needed on swine farm. Experience neces
sary flexible hours $7/hour. 794-5070.
Need Xmas Money?
Then here's a temporary job for you. General office
duties include reception, filing, data entry, mail, etc.
Hours flex between 25-40 per wk. Need immediately
through January. Please call Howard at 483-6790 for
Open Harvest Natural Foods Co-op now hiring deli
and seafood positions. Apply in person, 1618 South
Full and part time help needed. Optical or retail experi
ence preferred but will train. Salary negotiable de
pending on experience. Apply in person Montgomery
Ward Optical. 465-7237.
Part time custom picture framer position in a craft retail
store, experience needed, flexible hours and benefits.
Appy at Northwest Fabrics and Crafts, 6800 P St.
Part time maintenance position available immediately:
knowledge of plumbing, carpentry, HVAC, etc. helpful.
Claremont Park Apartments. Call 474-7275 for more
information or stop by to fill out an application.
Part time office help needed. 15-20 hours/week.
Microsoft knowledge preferable. To apply M-F 9-5 at
1541 Center Park Road, Suite 1.423-1234,
Part time workers needed, flexible hours. AM’s and
weekends preferred. See Tom at 21st and “N", Randolph
YAK IT UP AND EARN UPTO $12 AN HOUR
• $7.56/hour guaranteed
• Casual dress code
• Great bonus
• Full-time and part-time
• Flexible hours
• Career opportunities
Only two blocks from campus.
mO STREET, LINCOLN, HE
Part-time sales rep. 5:00-8:30pm, Monday-Thursday.
No high pressure selling. Need mature, hard working
individuals with pleasant phone personality. 489-5779.
State Trooper Association of Nebraska
Phone volunteeers needed. Excellent experience for
human services/psychology majors. Lincoln Personal
Crisis service, will hold a one day volunteer training
session, Saturday September 27th 9-4:30pm at Com
munity Mental Health Center near 17th and South.
Register by calling 475-5171 or 489-3275 and leave
your name and number.
Pick-up truck drivers and straight truck drivers (COL
not required). Also assistant in the wood shop. Full or
part-time. Apply Lincoln, Lumber, 932 N. 23
Position Available Leading a small preschool group.
Monday-Friday, 7:30-1:00. 438-3337.
NOW IN EFFECT!!
$7.00 - $8.25/ HOUR
Great job opportunities for Assembly Workers,
Clean-up, and MIG Welders to work at one of Lincoln's
leading manufacturers. Check out what MSP has to of
"Regular, F/T Positions
"Choice of Shifts
"$25/Wk. Attendance Bonus
. "Company-paid Clinic Plan
"Vacation and Holiday Pay
MSP RESOURCES, INC.
210 Gateway No., Suite 436
Greentree Ct., Lincoln, NE
(Gateway Shopping Center)
Spaghetti Works is hiring Daytime Wait Staff. Apply
at 228 N. 12th, 8-10 or 2-4.
STUDENTS- Great Opportunity! COMPUTER EN
GRAVING opening. FT, flexible hours, 20-30 hours a
week, M-F, for reliable, productive, mechanically
oriented person. Position involves computer assisted
engraving of high quality awards. No experience nec
essary, we will train, pay from $440-$660 a month.
Apply in person THIS WEEK ONLY from 10 AM to 5:30
PM at Awards Unlimited, 1935 “O’ St.
MDS Harris is looking for personable, energetic individ
uals who want to be part of a strong team environment.
As part of our team, you will screen individuals over the
telephone to match requirements for pharmaceutical
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 sales experience is preferred. We
currently have both morning and evening shifts
available. Number of hours vary based on staffing
needs. Please apply in person at:
Human Resources, JM-SPR
621 Rose Street
Lincoln, NE 68502
Part-time positions available immediately working with
the Family Service Child Care programs. Locations lo
cated throughout Lincoln Public Schools and at the
Downtown Infant/Toddler Center. Assistants needed to
work with children ages 6 weeks to 12 years. Respon
sibilities include: Assisting supervising teacher with ac
tivities, interacting with children and some parent com
munication. Starting wage $5.50 an hour.
Applications are available at Family Service, 501 South
7th, Lincoln, NE 68508. If you require accommodation
to apply or interview, please contact the Human Re
sources office at 441-7949 or 1-800-642-6481.
Family Service is committed to a pluralistic working
environment through Affirmative Action and Equal Op
General Tasks related to support data processing op
eration. Forms control, backup procedures, and other
duties. Good word processing skills required. Earned
vacation and paid holidays. 8am-12 noon, Mon-Fri.
Apply in person at NE Farm Bureau, 5225 S. 16th St.,
Accurate & Dependable individual needed.
12:45pm-4:30pm, Mon-Fri. Paid holidays & earned va
cation. Apply in person at NE Farm Bureau, 5225 S.
16th St., Lincoln
Now hiring AM/PM Servers, Cashiers, Carry - Out,
AM/PM cooks. Apply in person at 17th &M.
TO $500 TUITION
a fifesr Cabmatmk
National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting Ap
i ener- noneors
Credit Card CoMactor/BankCard
(2)Encoder- Item Processing
Sorter Operator* FC Technologies
College Interns Auditing
For more details call the First Commerce Job Hotline at
Equal Opportunity Employer
Weekend Bartenders and Cock Tail waitresses. Town
and Country, 3245 Comhusker. Apply between 3 and
the perfect part-time Job
was only a phone can 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 inter
viewing evening/weekend staff. ABSOLUTELY NO
SELLING! If you are interested in joining an industry
leader in providing the most actionable, up-to-date
market information to health care organizations, please
call us today!
NRC Offerings include:
•Paid parking with convenient downtown location
•Casual/smoke-free work environment
•Competitive hourly wage
For more information or to schedule an interview,
please call our Data Collection job line at 475-4520.
Come Grow With Us ,
Immediate Part-Time and Full-Time Openings. All
Ages. Children’s Discovery Center
2205 Highway 2
301 South 48th Street (Lollypop Farm)
4330 Comhusker Highway
Teacher seeks responsible adult to care for a newborn
2-3 days per week, beginning in January. 435-9675.
Work study students needed at city/east campus li
braries. Day, evening or weekend hours.
$5.15-$5.40/hr. Apply Love Library, Rm. 136.
October 2, 6:30-8:30pm, East Union. All majors wel
come. Learn new skills and discover new tactics from
Cargill Associates. Casual dress. Beverages and pizza
provided. Call 472-5234 for information/RSVP.
The Manger Meeting for Men’s and Women’s Flag
Football will be held Thursday, September 25 at
5:00pm in the Nebraska Union. Each team must have
one representative present to be eligible for competition.
Call 472-3467 for more information.
Tuesday, September 30 is the last day to enter Men’s
and Women’s Indoor Soccer. Enter now at the Office of
Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more informa
Join us for Praise and Worship
Contemporary Worship Service
First Baptist Church, 13th ft K
Sunday September 21,700pm
NEBRASKA WATER POLO
We’re looking for new members. No experience nec
essary. Practice is 7-8 pm Monday and Thursday at
the Mable Lee Pool. For more information, please call
Tim Daniel at 436-8500.
Perfect your German!
There will be an informal meeting today at 4:00 p.m. for
the Deutsch in Deutschland study abroad program in
Berlin. Please come to International Affairs Office
Seventwenty Snowboard Shop
Never Summer, Lib Tech, Gunu,
Vans, North Wave
Switch, Technine, Preston, Bent Metal
Da Kine, West Beach, Convert
Located inside Cycle Works
27th & Vine
Society of Human Resource
Meeting Thursday, 5:30 pm, in the Union. New members
UNL Horticulture Club
Foliage Plant Sale
Thursday September 25th, 8am-5pm. Friday, Sep
tember 26th, 8am-3pm at East Campus Union.
• No more money left on
the money tree?
• Tired of asking the folks
for some cash?
Return to donating and earn
up to $28 when you bring in
your student ID. Call or stop in
1442 *0' Street
*2-5 month lapse (fee snbjectto change)
Against Heterosexism and homophobia. Organizational
meeting Thursday, September 25, 9:30 p.m., p
Neihardt Residence Hall, Pine Room. Our goal is to en- R
gage heterosexual students in the struggle to end op- “
pression of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered *
people in our community and the world. All are welcome N
to attend. 0
Arts & Sciences
Advisory Board g
Meeting Sunday, September 28th at 5:30pm in the Un- g
ion. We will be selecting a new vice president so c
UNL Students for Life organizational meeting and
election of officers will be held Thursday, September
25 at 7:00 in the Union, (room to be posted) All new
Meeting this Thursday at 5pm, but don’t forget the social
with the Alumni Association at 4pm. Be there!
No meeting this week. Postpone until October 2.
THE NAVIGATORS c
(TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN) L
Largo group meeting. 7pm Friday Sept 26 Culture Cen- \
It's a date dash! We are going miniature golfing-so
find a date and meet at the house at 6:301!
ATQ SOFTBALL !
Saturday, September 27 \
Louis Fields 23rd & K
Games Begin at 9:00 AM s
Proceeds to benefit Childhelp USA & l
Make A Wish Foundation_ c
Fund raising car wash
at K-Street Car wash
Thanks for the wonderful time at the dinner exchange.
Hope that we can do it again sometime! -The ladies
Philip Christensen, Aaron Gilson, Brady Little, Ed .
Congratulations to Melanie Gilbert for being selected £
from Homecoming Royalty Court! J
Love your DG Sisters
Also, Thank you to Sig Ep for making Stampede a suc
Congratulations to Rick Grady, Mitch Schreiner, Brian
Oxley for homecoming royalty! We’re behind you all
the way! Good luck! -Farmhouse
We had a great time at the dinner exchange on Monday.
Let's do it again soon! -The Men of Acacia
Congratulations to Viet Hoang on his selection as a
member of the 1997 Homecoming Court. -Your
Congratulations to Kate Tvrdik and Katie Sievers on ]
being chosen for the Greek Yearbook Staff. Way to i
Congratulations to Nicki Haynes for receiving a part in j
Oklahoma!! We’re so proud of you! -Love, your sisters
ADMINISTRATIVE OOMMITTEE POSITIONS
Social: Kurt Randall, Sam Stone House j
a n d i
Grounds: Chris Grenz lntramural:Mike Tonniges
Philanthropy: Nick Brandt Activities and PR: Brady
Little and Aaron Gilson Alumni Relations: Cory
Ostermeyer Environmental: Matt Meyer Computers:
Ron Harrison Historian: Jon Darnell Involvement:
1997 PLEDGE OFFICERS
President: Jack Weeks Vice President: Dusty
Schauer Secretary: Nicklaus Hansen Treasurer:
Brendan Gustafson Sergeant At Arms: Mike Dahlgren
House and Grounds: Barry Young Jr. IFC:
James Ferguson Historian: Nate Eidem Social:
Ryan McGrane Intramurals: Jon Alvarado Philan
thropy: Brain Schenk Activities: Stan Beeder
Sneak: Mike Gdovic Song: Tom Maloley
Congratulations to the best pledge class evert
Congratulations to Chad Mariska on being selected to
1997 Homecoming Royalty.
Congratulations to James Bayer on being elected as
Director of Risk Management.
ii Delta Theta welcomes its fall pledge class: Chris
atliner, Ryan Borer, Jad Callahan, Chris Davis, John
annedy, Jed Kibbell, Korey Knecht, Seth Meranda,
ick Mohanna, Brian Mutchie, Aaron O’Brien, Dan
Ison, Nick Rueb, Curry Wittrock, Brent Woolen burg,
lannon Young. -The actives of A©
ongratulations new initiates: Scott McIntyre, Ryan
reen, Andy Holmquist, Eric Boe, Scott Bradley, Troy
ryson, Dan Mullen, Josh Raymond, Jake Grantham,
ameron Mortock, Jackson Houtchens.
September 28th, 1997
Kappa Kappa Gamma
ongratulations are in order for Jessica Fargen, Michele
Bwon, Jenn Mosier, Jenny Vogt, Cheri Olinger,
lelissa Snodgrass and Tasha Kuxhausen on making
reek Yearbook Staff. Way to go ladies!
i honor of our Centennial Anniversary, Kappa Delta
orority will be awarding a $1000 scholarship to a
'Oman from another sorority on our campus. Those
ligible are upper class Greek women who have dem
nstrated academic accomplishments and are repre
entatives of the highest ethical leadership in
niversity, fraternal, and community activities. Ampli
ations are available now until October 1 and will be
ue October 8 by 8:00pm.
Saturday, September 27th
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top by the Daily Nebraskan, Room 34 in the basement
f the Nebraska Union.
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