The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, August 23, 1999, Page 23, Image 23

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    Tutors are needed in the Hewit Academic Center for all
subjects. Also needed are supplemental instructors for
Astronomy 103 and study group leaders for Nutrition
151. We are seeking upper level undergraduate and
graduate students wfth a GFA of 3.0 or above. Excellent
£2r!!!Punication skills are a must. Tutors will earn
$6.00 per hour and will have flexible and variable
hours. If interested, apply at 300 West Stadium
(underneath Memorial Stadium) or calt Katie at
472-4620.__ .
Two part-time positions open for general support staff
at a small animal veterinary practice. 5 a.m.-1 pjn.,
Monday, Wednesday, Fridays or 5 a.m.-1 p.m., Tuesday
Thursdays. Janitorial duties, ability to lift 5Q
pounds, use computers, phone skills, stocking
shelves. Call or stop in for an application. Pitts Veterinary
Hospital PC. 2225 Highway 2.' Lincoln. NE
68502.423-4120._ ■
Valentino’s Stadium Catering *■
Currently seeking applications for catering wait staff
during all UNL home football games in the new West
stadium. Apply-at Valentino’s North at 35th and
Hoklreqe. _- - -_ i.
Van Driver
Vein driver needed on M/W fronr l 1am-6pm. T/Th from
2:30-9pm and Sattfrdays from I1:30am-4pm. Mu^t
have NE driver's license, good driving record and be a)
least 21 years of age. Apply immediately to the YWCA,
1432 N Street. AA/toE _ - '
Video production assistant
Earn while you tgarm 20-30 hours/week. Flexible day
hours. Shramek’s Video Productions, 728 S. 27th,
475-2767. • - ' , .
VOLLEYBALL OFFICIALS earn $7.50-$10.00/hour offi
ciating volleyball for Lincoln Parks and Recreation. If
interested cat 441-7892. ’ J '
WalgreelVs ~
Part-time cashier positions, evenings and weekends.
Apply in person, 1301 O St. ,
We have a pruner to. fit . „
your schedule!
Grape harvesters needed for the next 4-5 weeks,
morning, afternoon or evening— whatever fits your
schedule, $7-$7.5Q/hour, paid weekly. Call James Arthur
Vineyards at 783-5255, leave message for Kevin.
Experience with power tools or shop classes necessary,
full or part time. Apply at Lincoln Lumber, 932 N.
23rd St. _._
Work 2 Saturdays A Month
9/11, 9/18,10/2,10/9,11/6,11/13
Supervise children in recreation activities during home
football games. $5.40-$5.65 per hour. Apply at 55
Campus Recreation Center or 32 East Campus Activi
ties Building or CALL 472-3467.
Downtown YMCA is hiring lifeguards and swim
instuctors for fall. Apply at 1039 P St.. 434-9230.
YMCA is looking for youth soccer officials and flag
football officials. Pay between $8-$12/game. If inter
ested apply at Downtown YMCA, 1039 P St., M-F, 8-5
or call 434-9217.
The northeast YMCA is now hiring gymnastics and
swimming lesson instructors. Please apply at 2601
North 70th Street or call 434-9266 for more information.
Assist irHr country Montessori school near Lincoln,
11-6, M-F. Call 438-6668.
Assistant needed in home day care. Work around
school schedule. Day hours, call 477-1162 to apply.
In home care needed for adorable 9 month old. 4
hours/dav, M-F. 421-2160.
In-home child care for two and a half and one year old.
Part-time. Krissy, 464-8161.
Looking for loving, responsible baby-sitters for my
three children (7,4,1). Must provide own transportation.
Evenings, weekends, various occasions as
Need sitter Monday-Friday, 7-9 a.m. Wages negotiable.
Must have car. Eastridge area. 489-0933.
Part-time nanny, MWF day hours, in my house, country
club neighborhood. 2 boys. Call 435-4010.
Part-time School Age Teacher
Ivy League Child Development Center is accepting ap
plications for an afternoon school age teacher. Hours
are 2:30-5:30pm, M-F. Must be reliable and energetic.
Apply atS225S. 16th. __
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Development Majors
Part-time school year openings in a K-6 child care fa
cility, Monday-Friday, flexible scheduling. Belmont
Community Center, 3335 N. 12th. Stop by or call
Seeking full-time part-time team oriented fun teachers.
Experience preferred apply at Williamsburg Village
Child Development Center 423-5437.
Sitter for 9 year old boy, every Tuesday, 3:30-9:30pm,
additional hours as needed. Must have car, references,
nonsmoker. S6.75/hour. 477-5406.
„ Teacher Assistants Needed
Centennial Mall Child Care Center seeking teacher as
sistants for the hours of 7-9am, 3-5pm and
3:30-5:30pm. Located close to campus. Perfect for
college schedules. Apply in person at 16th and O St.,
Federal Building, room 140. Shifts available now.
The Sheridan Child Development Center is looking for
some fun, energetic responsible part-time help. Apply
today at 3700 Sheridan Blvd. or call 483-5037.
YWCA Child Development
Do you love working with children? Are you just looking
for a little extra money? We have a great position
for you. The YWCA Child Development Program is
looking for a caring, nurturing and dependable person
to fill a part-time preschool position beginning Aug. 30.
The position is M,W,F from Sam-12pm and one evening
each month. The position is for our preschool site
located at 1245 Folsom St. Submit applications to
1432 N St.
Education & Museum
Studies Students!!
Fun and resume building work study available at the
Museum of Nebraska History. Work with school
groups and families in the hands-on History Adventure
Center. Call 471-2634.
Student wanted to assist with maintenance of crickets
and with experiment. Must be.reliable and UNL work
study quality. $6.50/hr, apply in person, 56 Manter
Hall. 472-0742.
The Department of Economics is seeking a student
with work study voucher to do a variety of clerical
tasks including: use of IBM computer, operating copy
machines, some phones and some library research.
Computer experience is preferred, $6/hour, 10-15
hours/week. Apply to Pam Royal or Carol Nelson at
340 CBA or call 472-2319.
Gore, Bradley, Kerrey...
Get Involved Politically
Nebraska Democratic Party needs interns! Unpaid—
collegia credit available. 434-2180.
Start a Career Between
The Northwester Mutual Life Internship Program
Through a Northwestern Mutual Life internship, you
will instantly ally yourself with one of America's top in
ternships.* You’ll make your resume stand out after
graduation, plus earn real money while still in college.
Some of our student interns earn a five-figure income.
Put the Northwestern Mutual Life name to work for you
and realize that you're worth much more than you
*America's Top Internships, 1998 Edition, Random
HouSe/Princeton Review Books.
^Informational Meeting***
Thursday, Aug. 26 at 6pm. Check the Student Union
Calendar for room assignment.
60% Nances
Affect The Future!
Join an innovative program that helps grade school
children become tomorrow's college students. Join
UNUS College Bound Program. Attend an informational
meeting Aug. 31 at 6pm in Student Involvement or
Sept. 1 at 6pm in the East Campus Union. Questions,
call Ann at 472-5454.
CBA Students
America’s Foremost Business Fraternity wants
you to...JOIN USI
Delta Sigma Pi is an International Business Fraternity
for men and women. It offers valuable business insights
and contacts along with lifelong friendships. Interested?
Come see us in the Union August 30th
through September 1st from 9:00a.m.-1:30p.m. and in
the CBA August 26th and 27th and September 9th and
10th from 9:00a.m.-1:00p.m. Or join us at our Meet the
Chapter Nights Monday, August 30th and Monday,
September 13th at 7:00p.m.
We are looking for a few good business students.
Sophomores, Juniors &
Seniors in the College of
Engineering and Technology.
There will be a brief orientation session about career
services on Thursday, August 26th, 1999 at 6pm in
Nebraska Hall-W183. Come meet Chris Timm, assistant
director of career services; Ann Koopmann, coordinator
of student programs; and Tammy Bailey, staff
assistant of student programs._
All Office of Campus Recreation Sport Club rep
resentatives/officers must attend an organiza
tional meeting on Wednesday, August 25 at
4:45pm in the Campus Recreation Center Con
ference Room. If you have any questions re
garding your club’s representation at this meet
ing, please call Leah or Amy at 472-3467.
Lincoln's Best Sports Talk Radio
Out of Bounds, Mondays 9-11pm, 90.3 KRNU
>• Wildlife Club
Start the school year off right by getting involved in the
Wildlife Club. Annual picnic this Wednesday at Pioneers
Park at 7pm. Everyone's welcome.
The UNL Equestrian Club and Team will be having its
welcome back and informational meeting on Wednes
day, Aug. 25 at 7pm in East Campus Union. Bring your
horse enthusiasm and meet others with the same love.
Officers meet at 6:30pm. _~ _■
* Collegiate 4-H
Interested in a service and social organization? Check
out Collegiate. No previous 4-H experience necessary.
Meeting August 25th at 8pm, East campus, 3rd floor
Student Office area. Officers meet at 7:30pm. New
members welcome. Questions caH 436-9518.
Is it me or does the whole world just revolve around
us? Welcome back—now get to work!
Start your own fraternity!
Zeta Beta Tau is looking for men to start a new Chapter.
If you are interested in academic success, a
chance to network and an opportunity to make friends
in a non-pledging brotherhood, e-mail: or call John Stemen at (317)
334-1B96. _
Gambling problem?
Gamblers anonymous meeting every Tuesday at
7:30pm at the Christ United Methodist Church, 46th
and A (Room 303). Use North back door. 473-3999.
Fundraising Opportunity
GATEWAY MALL will pay members of your organization,
on an individual or group basis, to work as
GREETERS during upcoming sale events. Call Becky
at 464-3196 for details.
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on the web
Looking ior a great job on
East Campus?
Everyone stops by here.
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If you’re awarded
have an interesting job
for you. Your choice of
day, evening or weekend
hours. $5.65/hr.
C*T. Thompson Library
East Campus
For the best positions, apply NOW at
C.Y. Thompson library or call 472-4403.
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Welcome Back!
Are You Ready?
Are you looking to
make a difference in
the lives of children?
f ftyll & Part - time positions available.
f Bus Drivers & Paraeducators
Classroom Paraeducators
Food Service Workers
Mentors for Gifted Students
Health Paraeducators
Maintenance Workers
Office Professionals
Treatment Nurses
Lincoln Public Schools
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JobLine: 436-1595
Edited by Fran & Lou Sabin
1 Doorway side
5 — buco: veal
9 Kind of rib or
14 Director Kazan
15 Film segment
16 Do roof repair
17 Deserve
18 Copied
19 Dunne or Castle
20 The Right
Stuff subject
23 Give the eye
24 Poetic time of
25 Shea player
28 Capped tire
31 —standstill:
34 Isolated
36 Out of sorts
37 Perfume
38 Mozart opus
42 Thor’s father
43 Exaggeration
44 Main blood line
45 Kind of room
or hall
46 Bettor's info
49 Long, long time
50 Small piece
51 Sermon finish
53 Epcot Center
60 Pool hustler
61 Opinion sample
62 Edible root
63 Hue
64 Melville novel
65 Journey
66 Nasty look
67 Revolutionary
War loyalist
68 Sweet potatoes
1 Military motor
2 Winglike
3 Joan of art
4 “Oh, Susanna”
5 Prophet ;>
6 Group of seven
7 Appear
8 Merrie —
9 Valued at:
10 Show again
11 Road to Rome
12 Plenty
13 Before, to Byron
21 Crane's cousin
22 Kingdom
25 Captain’s
26 Get away from
27 Subject
29 “The Sun
30 TV Tarzan, Ron
31 Venerate
32 Lone Ranger’s
33 Nordic
35 Author Anais
37 “I see!”
39 Cream of the
40 Actor Tom
41 Cole Porter tune
46 Grandfather
clock, e.g.
47 Clothes alterer
48 Put to use
50 Cleo’s river
52 Dressed to the
53 Oft-barked
leg part?
54 Window
55 Catch sight of
56 —sapiens
57 — avis
58 Light haircut
59 Short flights
60 Rds. or aves.