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Gramercy Hill Retirement
PART TIME- 2 POSITIONS
COOK AND/OR FOOD SERVER
24+ HOURS PER WEEK- HOURS ARE FLEXIBLE
MEALS, UNIFORMS FURNISHED
HOLIDAY AND VACATION PAY INCLUDED
MORE HOURS AVAILABLE TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR
APPLY IN PERSON:
6800 A STREET
LINCOLN, NE 68510
Great Scotty Food Court
Wants you for part-time positions! Start immediately.
Call 441-5777 ask for Sue or Vic.
Hispanic Community Center is hiring a Secretar
y/Receptionist. Fluent English and Spanish, excellent
phone and writing skills. Please apply at or send resume
to Hispanic Community Center, 2300 O St., Lincoln, NE
$12.15 to Start
Earn $60-450/week working PT now FT over break. No
door to door and no telemarketing. Flexible schedules
around classes. For details call by 12/2,477-8663.
Lazio’s Brewery and Grill and Jabrisco International is
now taking applications for kitchen positions and host
department. We have flexible scheduling, half price
meals, paid vacation, and we are Only a few blocks
from campus. Apply in person, Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday, between 2p.m. and 4p.m. at 710 P St.
Los Mendoza Restaurant
Wait staff and kitchen help wanted. 464-0146.
College Pro Painters, (U.S.) Ltd.
5960 Dearborn • Mission, KS 66702
Let Your Summer
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the largest employers of college students in
the United States, is now interviewing for
summer 1999 Franchise Manager positions.
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determination and willingness to succeed.
• Resume Builder— Few college students
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leadership and management skills you’ll
develop in this program.
If you would rather lead than follow,
please call 1-800-277-7962 or check out (
our website at www.collegepro.com
for more information.
Lincoln • Omaha • Kansas City • St. Louis
BBS HBB9 I
Night wait/busser help needed. Tam O’Shanter, 105 S.
25th. No phone calls please.
Part-time Help Needed
Retail store clerk must be a self-starter and dependable.
Must be able to work Saturday untM 6pm and
weeknights until 7pm. Apply 1745 O Street.
Part-time journalist/writer needed. 10+ hours/week.
Macintosh experience needed. Call US Industrial News
Super customer service skills are necessary for individ
ual to perform various receptionist duties, schedule
hospital procedures and services. Perform reservation,
readmission, registration, dismissal and transfer proc
ess. Assist patients with financial/billing questions. Also
performs various collection functions. Requires any
combination of training and/or experience that will allow
the individual to meet the requirements noted
above and perform the duties. Knowledge of medical
terminology preferred. One to two years related expe
rience preferred. Demonstrated competency in key
11 pm-7am Friday and Saturday
Float Position (24 hours/week)
Please submit resume/application to:
BryanLGH Medical Center East
1600 South 48th
Lincoln, NE 68506
Fax: (402) 483-8444
JOB LINE: (402) 483-3696
** MEDICAL CENTER
Accepts all incoming calls to PBX and places telephone
calls/pages for physicians, staff and patients as
requested. Initiates/receives/screens/routes local and
long distance calls and determines relative urgency of
each; pages/responds to emergency calls; takes
schedule/holiday rotations as assigned. Ability to
speak clearly and distinctly, using correct English and
well-modulated voice. Ability to react and perform in
11 pm-7am Friday and Saturday
or On Call
BryanLGH Medical Center East
1600 South 48th
Lincoln, NE 68506
FAX: (402) 483-8444
JOB LINE: (402) 483-3696
** MEDICAL CENTER
Assists Radiology staff by escorting or transporting in
patients and outpatients. Cleans transportation
equipment and helps clean linen stocked in
exam/dressing room. Requires the ability to understand
^written and oral instructions in order to transport
patients. Must maintain CPR certification and annual
PT 3:30-9pm- every other Sat and Sun
PT 8am-12pm every other Sunday
BryanLGH Medical Center East
1600 South 48th Street
Lincoln, Nebraska 68S06
JOB UNE: J4(K) 483-3696
Randall’s Formal Wear is looking for part-time sales
associates. Flexible hours, competitive salary, great
working environment. Apply at 4848 Normal Blvd.,
Have you had your “3-shot Hep B Series”
If so, you may qualify for a medical research
study. Just 4 hours a week of your time can
earn you over $380 every 4 weeks while you
study. Call 474-2335 and ask for Dana.
Nabi Biomedical Center
300 S. 17th Street
__Lincoln. NE 68508
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Parks and Recreation has openings for leaders with
before and/or after school recreation for elementary
children. Before school hours, 7-9am M-F, starting
$5.60/hr. After school hours, 2:30-5:45pm or
3:15-5:45pm M-F, starting $550/hr. One before school
position available immediately. Other positions to start
January 4,1999. Apply now at Playground Office,
1225 F Street, Second Floor. 441-7952 EOE/AA.
Recycled Sounds.1211 O St.
Thousands of CDs. Thousands of Posters. A room full
of cassettes, new and collectible vinyls. —Videos— Im
port, DJ, music magazines, too.
Buying everyday. Open late.
Recycled Sounds 476-8240
30% per job plus gas and bonuses. Flexible day hours.
Russ’s Market at 27th and Hwy 2 is currently seeking a
PT associate to work in our customer service count
er/office. Responsibilities include Customer service,
counting cashier drawers and balancing the store’s
totals. Do you need 16-24 hours a week and a fun job
that looks great on a resume?! If so, contact Michelle
Arnold at 423-9602 or at the store.
Tire and battery installation. Morning or day hours.
Flexible scheduling. Part time benefits. Base salary
$6/hr. plus a $.95-$1.40 incentive/hr. Call pager
in Lincoln Area
Part-time positions Fri, Sat and Sun. Beginning pay
$6/hour. Call 421 -7780 and leave message for John.
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NE Department of Revenue
The Nebraska Department of Revenue has several
temporary employment opportunities available in the
coming months. Full and part-time, day and evening
shifts (4:30pm-8pm) for each position, unless noted
otherwise. Employment starting as soon as December
21,1998. Hiring will begin immediately. All positions
require the ability to sit and do repetitive motions for
the scheduled work hours. Good attendance a must.
ALL POSITIONS REQUIRE COMPLETION OF SUP
Data Entry Operator #06502CR; $7.215/hour. Input
primarily numeric information from tax returns
(teleprocessing or validation). Requirements: Ability to
operate a 10-key entry pad to accurately enter data,
5,000 keystrokes/hour. Previous experience in data
entry preferred. REQUIRES COMPLETION OF NU
MERIC DATA ENTRY TEST. Closing date January
Office Clerk I/General Clerical 06500CR;
$6.579/hour. Opening mail from mail belt and sorting
mail and/or filing and retrieving documents in batch
numbered sequence and/or document preparation for
microfiling, mainly staple pulling. Requirements: training
or experience in clerical office work. Closing date
Office Clerk 11/Microfilming #06504CR; $6.711/hour.
Operate microfilm machine to film documents. Re
quirements: training or experience operating a microfilm
machine or other similar office equipment. Closing
date February 26,1999.
Office Clerk Ill/Editing; $7.755/hour. Manual edit and
calculator verification of information on tax returns; re
view returns for compliance with procedures and
guidelines. Requirements: skill in use of 10-key calcu
lator; experience or training in bookkeeping, accounting,
or tax preparation. Closing date February 5, 1999.
Day shifts are 8 hour only, no split. Evening shift also
Office Clerk Ill/Error Resolution $7.755/hour. Use
computer to perform extensive on-line research to verify
and correct tax processing errors on tax returns.
Requirements: same as editing, plus experience ana
lyzing and correcting computer generated error listings.
Closing date February 5, 1999. Eight hour day
Laborer #06503CR; $6.555/hour. Lift mail trays and
bags weighing up to 50 lbs. Operate mail opener and
envelope venfying machine, move carts and boxes,
sort batches by numbers and tax category. Require
ments: ability to lift 50 lbs., experience in mail handling
valuable. Only one laborer position hired for tax season,
work hours are 6:45am-3:15pm. This position requires
excellent attendance and promptness. Work
dates are 1/4/99 to approximately 5/28/99. Closing
date December 7,1998.
Before and after school part-time positions available
immediately in Lincoln Public Schools working with the
Family Service School’s Out program. Responsibilities
include: Assisting supervising teacher with activities,
interacting with children, and some parent communi
cation. Flexible hours available in the morning and/or
afternoon programs. Starting wage $5.50 an hour.
Application required, Family Service, 501 South 7th,
Lincoln, NE 68508. If you require accommodation to
apply or interview, please contact the Human Resources
office at 441-7949 or 1-800-642-6481. EEOC.
The Instructional Materials Council is looking for
part-time Spanish tele-linguists for second semester.
Please contact Sara at 477-221 f or fax resume to
Tutors are needed in the Hewit Academic center Polit
ical Science 459 in addition the Hewit Center is looking
for supplemental instructors for the following classes:
Geography 155 and Astronomy 103. We are seeking
upper level graduate and undergraduate students with
a GPA of 3.0 or above and excellent people skills are a
must. If interested please apply at http: //hewit.
Warehouse Assistant Needed.
20-25 hours per week, morning hours 7am-12pm
Monday-Saturday. The Tool House 800 “Q” Street.
Call Ed Madsen for appointment 474-5323 ext.245.
Youngest state senator seeks high energy staffer with
strong writing, people, organizational and comp skills.
Please send resume and references to Kendra Olson:
Room 1518, State House, Lincoln, NE 68509. Deadline
is Dec. 28th. No phone calls please.
is not that far away.
We have many daytime positions open
Stocking, Packing. Misc warehouse
duties. $6.00 per hour
Earn Cash $$$ for second semester,
We offer an attendance bonus.
Inside warm dean conditions. We
employ males and females in most jobs.
Apply now for employment starting
week of December 21* A few jobs will
NEBRASKA BOOK CO. INC.
4700 South 19th St
Get paid to steep! Need responsible, trustworthy person
to stay in home from 10:15p.m. to 7:20a.m.
500 Summer Jobs/ 50 Camps/ You Choose!!! NY, PA,
New England. Instructors Needed: Tennis, Basketball,
Roller Hockey, Soccer, LaCrosse, Volleyball,
Gymnastics, English Riding, Lifeguard, WSI, Water Ski,
Sailing, Wind surfing, Aerobics, Archery, Mountain Bik
ing, Rock climbing, Ropes, Dance, Piano, Accompanist,
Theater, Ceramics, Jewelry, Woodworking, Pho
tography, Radio, Nature, RN’s, Chefs. Arlene Streisand:
1 - 800- 4 43-6428;
United Parcel Service
Looking for a responsible person to help with external
customer support and Y2K. Must have: knowledge of
DOS and Windows 3.11, basic PC troubleshooting
skills, own automobile. Hours 20-25/week, with flexibil
ity between 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. No weekends. Please
e-mail your resume to Dale Kruse:
neb4dxk©wrmail.ups.com or fax to 402-466-7619.
HOURS & HOURS OF FREE DRINKS!
Earn 2 FREE Trips & $$$$$!
Cancun, Jamaica, Florida, Barbados, Bahamas
Lowest Prices / Best Meal Plan
#1 Spring Break Specials! Book now and receive free
meal plan! Cancun & Jamaica, $399. Bahamas,
$459; Panama City, $99. 1-800-234-7007.
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SPRING BREAK ‘99
Student Travel Services is America’s #1 Student Tour
Operator. Don't book with anyone else until you talk to
us!!! Cancun from $399, Jamaica from $399, Panama
City from $119, Daytona Beach from $139. Student
Travel Services, 1 -800-648-4849, www.ststravel.com.
On Campus Contact: Rich © 402-438-7819, Melissa©
402-476-0036 or Josh © 402-436-8539.
SPRING BREAK- Cancun, Jamaica, Mazatlan and
South Padre. SAVE up to $200/room until Dec. 15th.
ABSOLUTE best prices! Campus sales reps wanted.
Earn free trips +cash. 1-800-SURFS-UP,
MORTAR BOARD NOTABLES
Mortar Board is a National Senior Honor Society that
recognizes college seniors for distinguished ability and
achievement in exceptional scholarship, leadership,
and service. All JUNIORS with a 3.3 GPA, or higher,
are eligible to seek membership in the Black Masque
Chapter here at UNL
Mortar Board also recognizes outstanding freshmen,
sophomores, and seniors that demonstrate our high
standards. These exceptional students are identified
as Mortar Board Notables.
Information sheets are available now at the Office for
Student Involvement (200 City Union & 300 East
Union), the Culture Center (333 N 14th), the Honors
Lounge (118 Neihardtj, the ASUN Office, arrd Vice
Chancellor Griesen’s Office (106 Administration).
Completed information sheets are due Friday, January
15th, at 5:00pm in the Office for Student Judicial Affairs
(106 Administration), www.unl.edu/mb
Attention all CBA Students
How would you like to be a part of this year's CBA
Shadowing Program? Meet and learn from some of
Lincoln’s most successful business people. Applica
tions in front of CBA 138. Due back on December 4th,
Absolutely NO finals may be given during Dead Week.
Finals can ONLY be moved to another time DURING
FINALS WEEK with the unanimous consent of the
class. Quizzes are acceptable. Stop by the ASUN Of
fice, 115 NE Union with questions or complaints or call
Desperately Seeking Witness
If you are one of the 30 students wno went on the In
ternational Affairs Study Abroad trip to Egypt/Greece
and Crete on May 10-June 2, 1998, and witnessed
someone fall on the marble steps at the Sheraton Cairo
hotel, and cut their head, landed at the trip leader’s
feet and asked to see a doctor regarding this, please
call 464-6597 ASAP. Your efforts will be appreciated.
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EXCLUSIVE fUGHTS VIA TWA
MONTEGO BAY & NEGRIL
BEST PRICES • BEST PART1ES1
DISC GO ROUND
WE PAY CASH FOR YOUR CDs
Jsed CD’s. $5.99-$7.99 New CDs$12.99
Movies,T-shirts, posters,hacky sacks,
and CD towers.
DISC GO ROUND
50th wtd 0.486-0047_
Early Christmas Service
Tuesday, Dec. 8th at 7pm at Cornerstone Church, 640
N. 16th. Join us for beautiful music, wonderful hymns,
nspiring dramas and a chance to reflect and be thankful.
Optional gift exchange- bring a $3-$5 gift if you
want to participate. A party with snacks will follow the
Help a child smile!
Angel 'hee Project r: '
Give a gift to a child in need.
Information at the booth in the
City Union weekdays 11-1
or stop at 115 NE Union
Residence Hall Assoc.
Hot Tubbin’ For Habitat
Friday Dec. 4th from noon-8pm in front of the City Union.
Join the National Residence Hall Honorary and
Habitat for Humanity. Raise funds for NU House- Get
pruny and wet for a good cause. Contact David .Williams
Men’s, Women’s and Co-Rec Bowling win take place
on Friday, December 4 and Sunday, December 6 at
the East Campus Union Bowling Lanes. No advance
entry is required. Call 472-3467 for more information.
Pary with UNL Rodeo Assoc.
Dec. 4th from 9-1 at Starlite in Wahoo. Blackwater will
be playing with NFR on the big screen. _
Horticulture Club is having a plant sale 8 a.m.-5:30
p.m., Thursday, Dec. 3 and Friday, Dec. 4 at East Union.
Come early for the best selection.
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, Dec. 9th, 5pm, in basement of the
University Health Center.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets this Sunday
(and every Sunday) at 7:00pm in the Union, Centennial
Room EVERYONE is welcome!!
Will hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday, December
8th at 7:00 PM in the East Campus Union. Freshman
and new members are encouraged to come at 6:30
The Publications Board will meet at 3:30 p.m: Monday
in the Daily Nebraskan conference room in the Nebraska
Union to discuss Daily Nebraskan policies. All are
invited to attend.
Congratulations to our new executive officers: Pres
ident- Sarah Miley, Vice President- Courtney Ellis,
Rush- Amy Ellis, VP Finance- Mikaela Davis, Intellectual
Development- Melissa Burkland, Social- Sarah
Boiseree, New Member Education- Sarah Roosman,
Communications- Jodi Timmons, House Manager- An
drea Swoboda, Panhellic Delegate- Tracy Prater, Phi
lanthropy- Melissa Hoefs, Chapter Relations- Sara
Bernes, Membership Development- Krissy Winfrey.
Congratulations to Jen Kline on receiving the Wolf
Award for Psychology. We are proud of you!
_ -Love, your sisters
Applications are now available for overall rush and
public relations. Pick them up in the Greek Affairs Office
in NE Union room 332. _
Congrats to our new executive board
President - Laura Schweer
Vice President - June Dickey
Secretary - Amanda Taylor
Treasurer - Becky Burdick
Membershio Director - Jen Thede
Panhellenic - Kelli Graham
Scholarship - Megan Ahl
House - Enn Fujan
Standards - Kris Kuhr
Provisional Membership director - Molly Egley
_ UOB - your Phi Mu sisters
Congratulations to Stephanie Schulte for receiving a
Speech Pathology Department Scholarship. Way to
UOB - your sisters
Sorority Tour of Homes
Sunday Dec. 6th
$5.00 per person
Benefits the Children’s Miracle Network
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Congratulations to Jessica Dolinsky on being selected
the new Panhellenic Secretary. Way to go!
_ Love your sisters
Congratulatiosnto Shannon Heffelfinger for getting a
summer sports reporting internship at the Omaha
World-Herald and to Kelli Lacey for getting a summer
reporting internship at the Norfolk Daily News.
_Love your sisters
Happy Birthday! You're wonderful and I wish you the
best of luck on all your finals. I love you!
Congratulations Dick (Dan) and Shamene on your en
gagement! May it last a long time.
Wanted adults 19 and over (particularly men and people
of color) with tattoos to participate in a study on
tattoos, if you are interests''
ptease call Lisa
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