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    Full-time preschool teacher and full-time toddler
teacher needed. Experience with children required.
Apply in person at Krayon Campus, 6001 Normal Blvd.
Fun Working Environment
Customer Service
Interested in making some extra money in your extra
time? Then consider joining our industry’s fastest
growing most successful company as a part time flexible
day or evening customer service representative
and lead generators. You will be able to use your com
munication skills to resolve outstanding debts and ver
ifying new customer accounts. For immediate consid
eration, apply at: 4141 N. 27th St or call at
Local company filling 37 positions immediately. Flexible
schedules for students/second income. No tele
marketing and no experience necessary. Guaranteed
starting pay is
Call M-F, 9-12 or 3-6, 477-8695
Hillcrest Country Club
Is accepting applications for servers, banquet, bar
staffs. Apply 1-5 Tuesday through Saturday if you
would like to work in a fun environment with great ben
efits. We offer free meals, great wages and a flexible
schedule. Must be able to work weekends, holidays
and at least one day shift. Apply at 8901 O St.
Is hiring its summer pool staff. Experience preferred,
must be hard working and someone who enjoys working
with both kids and adults. Apply at Hillcrest Country
Club, 8901 O Street, Tuesday through Saturday,
Postions open for cashiers, cooks and delivery drivers.
Apply in person at 2100 N.48th, or call 464-7469 for
Lawn Care
Personnel needed. Part-time and full-time position
available. Work around school schedule. Must have
good driving record and clean personal appearance.
Call 432-5602 to apply.
Motivated team leader for sprinkler installation crew.
Full-time and part-time positions available. Call
432-5602 to apply.
Fertilizer/chemical applicator needed for lawn and
landscape company. Call Terry at Lawnscape
Looking to make a difference? Vital Services is looking
for dependable, caring individuals to work part-time
with disabled adults and children. Days, evenings and
weekends available. Call 476-0645 or 465-5737, ask
for Janet.
Love to Cook?
Work around class schedule without burning the mid
night oil. The Food Service at Cedars Youth Services is
looking for a positive, energetic person to join our
team. You may work part-time and we are happy to
work around your class schedule. Cedars Youth Ser
vices is committed to serving children and youth in crisis
including nutritious, great tasting meals. If you have
a high school diploma and a valid Nebraska driver’s li
cense, you may be just the person we’re looking for.
Schedule includes some weekend but no evenings
past 7:00pm. $7.00 per hour. Open until filled.
Submit completed application to Cedars Youth Servic
es, 620 N. 48th, Suite 100, Lincoln, NE 68504 or call
434-5437 to have an application mailed. Ftesumes will
not be substituted for the application. EE0/AA/ADA.
Marketing Major
Needed part-time. Must be efficient with Quark or
Publisher. FAX resume to 435-7802 by 3/11/99.
Music leader for youth group, ages 4th-10th grade,
one night a week. Call 466-6904 or 466-2675.
National Bank of Commerce
a JFirst Commerce hank
National Bank of Commerce
has the following positions available:
Customer Service Representative - BankCard
Securities Processing Assistant & Team Leader - Trust
Balance & Transit Clerk - Item Processing
Branch Specialist - Main Bank
Marketing Representative - BankCard
Credit Card Collector - BankCard
Loan Servicing Representative - First Commerce
Residential Loan Collector- First Commerce Mortgage
Computer Operator II - First Commerce Technologies
(1 st shift)
Part-time Facility Maintenance Technician
Part-time Credit Card Collector - BankCard (1st shift)
Part-time Cafeteria & Catering Cook -Eleven Restaurant.
(2 positions)
Part-time Telecommunications Monitor- First Com
merce technologies (evenings/weekends)
For more information, please call the First Com
merce Job Hotline at 434-4700 or visit our website
Equal Opportunity Employer
Natonal Research
* l jHpvratam
National Research Corporation, the leader in
healthcare performance measurement and assessment
is gearing up for its annual Healthcare Market
Guide research project. We are in need of 50+
part-time associates to assist with a variety of positions
including: numeric coders, scanners, data editors, mail
opening and mail equipment operators.
Many of these openings start ASAPI Some are short
term (3 weeks) and others may continue indefinitely.
Hours vary from days to evenings and weekends.
Many shifts available! Stop by our office anytime from
7:30am-7pm to complete an application. Chances are
there’san opportunity waiting for YOU!
/ National Research Corporation
Gold’s Galleria, 11th & O Streets
Lincoln, NE 68508
Now Hiring
Grand Re-Opening
Rock ‘n Roll Runza
14th & P Streets
■> Close to Campus
■> Flexible Schedules
■> Fun Work Environment
+ Great Benefits
Please apply in person at Rock ‘n Roll Runza. Use the
furthest north door on 14th Street, near the Drive-Thru.
ffcOOam - 11:00am
2:00pm - 4:00pm
on any of the following dates:
Monday, March 1st - Friday, March 5th
**Ask for Lbs
Old Chicago
Now hiring all kitchen positions. Flexible hours, com
petitive wages, and great benefits. Apply 626 P St.
On Demand
Service Representative
The North Platte Telegraph has an exceptional career
opportunity for a creative and service-oriented individ
ual. This position is responsible for the preparing and
updating on demand services including internet, web
pages and voice mail. The qualified person will possess
sofid skills in web page design and internet. Sales
and marketing skills are desired. Quark and
DewarView experience helpful. Interested candidates
should have a high school diploma or one to two years
related experience/training.
Please send resume with cover letter to:
Dee Klein
Telegraph Prbducts Sales Director
North Platte Telegraph
PO Box 370
North Platte, NE 69103
No phone calls please.
Equal Opportunity Employer
P/T Evening Wait Staff
Experience preferred, weekends, great atmosphere
and great clientele. Apply at Jax's Restaurant, 27th &
Woods Blvd.
Part time furniture delivery, some lifting, will work
around school schedule, expanded hours for summer.
Call Doris 474-5015.
Part-time Child Care Assistant
Needed enthusiastic and nurturing persons to work
with children, 7:30-9:30 a.m. and/or 3:30-5:30 pm,
M-F. Flexible days. Also all day sub positions available.
Call Trinity Infant and Child Care Center 475-9731.
Evenings and weekends. Must be 21 years old. Apply
in person at THE STILL 5560 South 48th.
Part-time help needed, starting pay $6.50/hr. Must be
able to work 20 hours/week- mornings. Must have
good driving record. Some clerical skills needed. Apply
in person at 320 South 19th. 8-5, M-F.
Computer Department located at our downtown Home
Office. Prefer Computer Science major. Experience
with Novell Netware, DOS, Windows 95, and common
applications such as Word and Excel. Knowledge of
C ++ and Pascal helpful. Flexible work schedule during
daytime business hours. Some Saturday mornings re
quired. Apply 9:00 - 4:00 p.m. at our Human Resources
First Federal Lincoln Bank
i3tn & n st.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F
Part-time Station Attendant; evenings, some Saturdays.
Premium placed on mechanical inclination and
farm background. Apply in person at Pioneers 66, 48th
& Pioneers.
Perkins Restaurant is now hiring servers and hosts for
the evening shifts, particularly on weekends, flexible
scheduling, full and part time hours available; Please
apply at 2900 NW. 12 Street.
quirements: 19 years, in a relationship; both partners
must attend. 435-1756.
Second shift (4pm-12am; M-F) day care provider
needed. Perfect for students, wage negotiable. Call for
information, 484-6056.
Security Positions
in Lincoln Area
Part-time second shift Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
Part-time first shift Saturday, Sunday. Starting pay
$6/hour. Page John 790-3163.
Seeking upbeat, creative individuals for part-time layout
and vinyl application, weekdays and Saturdays.
Additional hours during summer. Apply in person;
5500 Old Cheney Road.
Special Events
Must have your own 35mm SLR camera, flash, de
pendable transportation and willingness to travel. Pho
tograph and help people, have fun at Friday and Satur
day night events. If you like parties, action, people and
photography then put your camera to work, earn your
self some money and have fun doing it. Call: The Picture
Man 467-2577 M-F 1 -6 for more information.
Earn $260 - $520 before Spring Break. Work 0-40+
hours during break and secure a summer position. Po
sitions filling quickly.
$12.15 to Start
Call M-F, 9-12 or 3-6
Summer teachers/counselors for school age summer
child care program. Full or part time hours available,
excellent experience for education/early childhood
majors. Apply at NE YMCA, 2601 North 70th.
Nebraska’s Grand Hotel is seeking the following posi
'Servers (fine dining) FT AM/PM
■Renaissance Captain FT PM
(must have fine dining experience)
'Banquet Servers PT
'Banquet Beverage Supervisor FT
'Servers (casual dining) FT AM
'Cashier/Bartender PT
•Cashier FT AM/PM
'Room Service FT
'Restaurant Supervisor FT
'Desk Clerk Supervisor FT 3-11 pm
'Laundry Attendant FT Days
'Door Staff FT/PT PM
'Night Cleaner Supv FT
We provide uniforms, free meals & excellent benefits.
Apply In Person
Human Resources 7:30am-6pm, M-F
333 South 13th St., Lincoln, NE
Use ‘L’ St. Entrance
Just a few blocks from UNU
The Martell State Bank
Hiring FT/PT Customer Service Representatives. Com
petitive wages and benefits. Apply at 4811 Van Dorn.
Now hiring line cooks. Clean-up, dishwashing, am/pm
servers and hosts. Apply in person. 17th and M.
Want to gain hands on experience in the field of Early
Child Care Development and Human Services? Our
On-Call Child Care positions offer
• Daytime hours Monday - Friday
• Potential for advancement
• Possible college credit
• $7.00 per hour
• Head Start program experience
Must have high school diploma or equivalent. Valfd NE
driver’s license is required. Open until filled. Submit
completed application to Cedars Youth Services, 620
N 48th, Suite 100, Lincoln, NE 68504 or call 434-5437
to have an application mailed. Resumes will not be
substituted for the application. EEO/AA/ADA. _
Looking for two persons to work with our custom har
vesting operation. New equipment, great pay, great
benefits, and travel through six states in the Midwest.
Summer only for 6 months. We will train. Start last half
of May. Call Duane Keller 785-726-3555 or
Wendys 14th & “Q”
Now hiring quality minded people for lunch and evening
shifts. Flexible hours, vacation, and meal discounts.
Apply in person.
1 1
Camp Counselors
Needed for Girl Scout Day Camps in metro Denver and
Overnight camps in the mountains. Instructor positions
in: crafts, nature, backpacking, challenge course, farm,
dance/drama, sports, archery. June-August, 1999.
Must enjoy working with children in an outdoor setting.
Call 303-778-0109 ext. 341 or email:
Can you interact with the public, provide great service
and create a safe, fun environment? Be responsible for
patron safety and be a positive role model for children?
Lincoln Parks and Recreation Department is in
terviewing and hiring pool managers, head guards, life
guards, concessions, cashiers and attendants for the
summer swim season. Applications available from the
Administration office at 2740 A Street or Aquatics Office
at 9th and Vbn Dorn. Call 441 -7892 for more information.
Have fun* Make a Difference* Summer in
New England
Residential Summer Camps seek staff in all individual
and team sports: Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Soccer,
Inline Hockey, Golf, Swimming, Sailing, Water-skiing,
Mt. Biking, Backpacking, Climbing wall/challenge
Course, football, Lacrosse, Coaching, General staff
positions, office, dance, and gymnastics. Located in
the mountains of Massachusetts just 2 1/2 hours from
NYC & Boston. Competitive Salaries + room/board.
Call Camp Greylock for Boys (800) 842-5214 or Camp
Romaca for Girls (800) 779-2070.
Healthy summer 'Stay in Shape* Work outdoors
Help Wanted
For Custom Harvesting. Combine operators and truck
drivers. Experience preferred. Good summer wages.
Call (970)483-7490 evenings.
Horseback Riding Staff
Needed at Girt Scout overnight camp in the mountains
2 hours SW of Denver. Live and work with children
May 24 - August 10, 1999. Salary plus housing and
insurance. Must have recent experience riding and
teaching basic riding skills. Call 303-778-0109 ext 341
or e-mail:
Quarry Oaks Golf Club
Quarry Oaks Golf Club is looking for energetic, friendly
people with great customer service skills. Beverage
cart and wait staff positions available. Call
402-944-6004. Ask for Mark.
Quarry Oaks Golf Club
Quarry Oaks Golf Club is looking for seasonal kitchen
help. No experience necessary, tf interested, Call
Mark, 402-944-6004.
Summer Camp Counselors
Needed for Premier Camps in
Positions available for talented, energetic, and fun loving
students as counselors in all team sports, all individual
sports such as Tennis and Golf, Waterfront and
Pool activities, and specialty activities including art,
dance, theatre, gymnastics, newspaper, rocketry and
radio. GREAT SALARIES, room, board and travel. June
19th-August 18th. Enjoy a great summer that promises
to be unforgettable. MAH-KEE-NAC (Boys):
1-800-753-9118. OANBEE (Girls): 1-800-392-3752
Summer Employment—The Office of Campus Recrea
tion-East is now accepting applications for summer
and fall staff. Call 472-2479 for your application today,
or stop by the Campus Recreation-East office. We’re
located on North 35th Street between the Ruth Staples
Lab and Burr/Fedde dorms on East Campus.
Summer in Chicago
Child Care and light housekeeping for suburban Chi
cago families. Must be a responsible, loving,
non-smoking person. Call Northfield Nannies at (847)
Work With Kids
Lincoln Parks and Recreation summer playground po
sitions ($5.70/hr) June 7- July 30, M-F, 9:15am to
12:15pm. Conduct outdoor activities for grade school
children. Appy now at Parks and recreation 2740 A
Street. 441-7952 EOE/AA.
Youth Camp Staff
UNL Office of Campus Recreation
Positions for students (40 hours/week and part-time
positions available) May 31 st - August 6th at $5.50 -
$6.00 per hour. Qualifications: Previous experience re
lated to youth activities and recreation is desirable.
Lifeguards also needed. Applications available at 55
Campus Recreation Center or 32 East Campus Activi
ties Building. Application deadline March 19th.
Attention Student Organiza
Pick up your co-sponsorship or FAC applications in
Nebraska Union, room 117. Co-sponsorships are due
March 15th. For any questioins, call 472-8146.
Attn: Student Organizations
We have money for your Apply today for
co-sponsorships and co-applications. Forms can be
picked up in the UPC office at the Nebraska Union,
room 134. Deadline for applications is March 30th,
1999. Call 472-8146 for more information!
Camp Challenge: Summer
Leadership School
So you didn’t sign up for ROTC as a freshman or
sophomore. Catch up at Army ROTC Camp Challenge,
a paid five week summer course with college credit in
leadership training that allows you to bypass the first
two years of Army ROTC. CaH 472-4269 for details.
Crusade Men
Thanks for the awesome weekend at
Act like men be strong. (I. Cor. 16:13)
Your Brothers, The Navigator Men
Free Movie Party
At Cornerstone Church, 640 N. 16th Street, Friday at
6:30pm. Free pop and popcorn. Also come to VISI
TOR'S SUNDAY this Sunday at Cornerstone. Worship
at 10:30am- stay for $2 lunch. Cornerstone is a campus
ministry of the United Methodist Church, the
United Church of Christ, the Presbyterian Church and
the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
March 13 and 14,10am-5pm, Radial Social Hall, 1516
NW Radial Highway, Omaha. BUY SELL TRADE. Info:
April 24th 1999
Boxer Registration
This Week Contact
Ken Johnson
Deadline Saturday March 6
Surrogate Mothers wanted. Fee plus expenses for car
rying a couple's child. Must be 18-35 and previously
had a child. Steven Litz, Attorney (317) 996-2000.
Let them know with the ID-Code.
Representative will be at Arts & Sciences Advising, 107
OldH. Monday, March 8, 3-5pm. Call 472-4190 for ap
With banquets, shows,
exhibitions, food, games and
much more. Brought to you by
Asian Student
Alliance and Malaysian
Student Association.
March 4th, 5th and 6th,
City Union.
AEAC monthly meeting
Tuesday, March 9, 6 p.m., at Old Chicago, 9tn and P.
Pizza buffet. Cargill representative Jeff Peterson is
speaking. $4 required to attend.
Canoeing- Kayak Club
Everyone welcome, meeting Sunday, 4-7pm at Outdoor
Adventures, in Rec Center. Bring your swimsuit.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets this Sunday and
every 7TJOPM in the Union Centennial room.
Ron Brown wifi speaking this week. EVERYONE IS
Hey Golden Keyers, we are having a large group meeting
Sunday, March 7th at 9pm in the Union. Hope to
see everyone there!
Pre-Vet Club
Will hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 9th
at 7:00pm in the East Campus Union.
The Publications will meet at 3 p.m. Monday in the
Daily Nebraskan conference room to select next year’s
editor. All are welcome to attend.
Congratulations to Amy Ellis and her ASUN Senate
seat for the College of Human Resources and Family
-Love, your sisters
Thanks for the FAC at BW3s we had a blast. Let’s do it
again sometime.
Love, the Ladies of Alpha Delta Pi
Thanks for the wedding party last week. We had a
great time!
Love, the Women of Delta Gamma
Buses will leave from Beta at 8:00, Friday.
Congratulations to Beth Lee on her recent inductment
to Mortar Board. Congratulations to Kate Hutchens for
her notable mention to Mortar Board.
Love, Your Sisters
Congratulations to the following girls on their recent
ASUN positions: Michele Stewart- Arts and Sciences
Advisory Board, Kate Hutchens- CASNR Senator, Beth
Lee- Journalism Senator, Carmen Bailey- Fine and
Performing Arts Advisory Board.
Love, Your Sisters
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Are you ready to get lost at see?
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Friday at Sherry’s
The boat will start sinking at 9pm!
Rub-a-dub-dub. Thanks forme time in the tub.
-Love, Alpha Chi Omega
Congratulations to Charts! Hulsebus on being selected
into Mortar Board and also to Natalya Shannon for being
named a Mortar Board Notable, we are so proud!
__* , Your Sisters
Congratulations to Sarah Kippenbrock on being chosen
for Nebraska Human Resource Institute, and to
Jami Larsen for being elected PR chair for the
Pre-Optometry club!
_v PKE, your sisters
Congratulations to Katie Stark on being accepted into
Teacher’s College and to Kourtnev Mueller on being
named a Mortar Board Notable. We’re so proud of
Congratulations to the 49 ladies who achieved a 3.5
and above. Our 4.0 scholars are: K. Haller, B. Hoffart,
S. Larson, C. McRoberts, K. Monzingo, K. Mueller, A.
Osnes, C. Rometo and A. Wilson.
Congratulations on also receiving the Panhellenic
award for having one of the top 3 GPA's on campus.
All house GPA= 3.386. Keep up the great work!
Sunday, March 7th 4-8p.m. Tickets $4 in advance, $5
at the door.
Congratulations to our newest pledges: Erin Pallas.
Stacia Robinson and Anne Moser. We’re so happy to
have youl
-Love, your new sisters
Congratulations to Jen Lundgren for making the Jour
nalism Days Design Staff.
-Love in APT, your sisters
Congratulations to Kelli Palmer on being elected to
CBA Advisory Board and to Mandy Guernsey on being
elected an Arts and Sciences senator. We are so
proud of you both!
-Love in APT, your sisters
Thanks for the FAC, we’ll hula with you any time.
Love the Ladies of Alpha Delta Pi
Quote of the Week: “Greek women do it better- we
mean party!” Call the N Zone for your next gathering.
-Yours Truly, D.J. Foot
Congratulations to the Alpha Epsilon chapter of Theta
Xi on 72 years of excellence at UNL
Schrckr' England«Mctirct
Congratulations to our awesome candidates nearly
70% were elected! Big congrats to winners:
Matt Rasmussen
Vanessa Vap
Jason Masnek
Urrvano Gomez Jr.
Mandy Comes
Kevin Naujokaitis
Cody Nothrop ,
Amy Ellis
Beth Lee
Jared Jennings
Christy Hamilton
Cory Ostermeyer
John Grebe
Jessica Steyer
Eric Ford
Sara Rasmussen
Graham Rupe
Julie Joe
Andy Faltin
Justin Kramer
Dave Warren
Todd Mattox
Mark Moody
Ryan Stowe
Kelli Palmer
Abby Miller
Carmen Bailey
Anne Horrum
Darla Harms
Liz Sievers
Michelle Buller
Libby Baker
Justin Kroll
Go get ‘em Paul, Jon and Trisha.
We’re behind you all the way!
Publication Board
Daily Nebraskan Advisory board to the Board of Re
gents - hire the editor, business manager, and advisor.
Pub Bd. acts as a publisher for the Board of Regents
and serves as a liaison between the paper and its
university constituencies, paying particular attention to
complints against the paper.
Nebraska Union Board
This board assumes the role of advocate for the various
segments of the Unversity community,to the Director of
the Nebraska Unions and the Vice. Cahn. for
Student Affairs.
Deadline Friday, March 12-4:00pm Applications
available at 115 Nebraska Union.
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Schnerman - Winkle - Miller
All- Party meeting at 4pm in the City Union Sunday...
Everyone welcome!
By Julia
Advice on love, health, marriage and business. Call for
an appointment, 484-7567.
FOUND: silver ring in parking lot across from Campus
Corner on 17th and R Streets. Describe to claim at the
Daily Nebraskan Office.
Lost: One male wedding ring. REWARD! Call Jason at
America’s Love Connection, Real People In Your Area!
1-900-896-8960, ext. 1997. $2.99/minute. Must be 18
plus. Serv-U: 619-645-8434.