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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1999)
The City of Lincoln Police Department/VSctim Witness
Unit seeks individual to provide the delivery of Services
to victims and witnesses of crimes. Assists victims
with obtaining services, protection orders, and main
taining the Cellular Phone Project. Provides clerical
support to the Victim Witness Unit. TYPING TEST IS
REQUIRED. Top candidates will have a criminal history
check completed through Child Protective Services.
Qualifications: High School graduate or equivalent in
cluding or supplemented by courses in typing and 6
months-2 years experience in general clerical ana typing
work or. equivalent. Must type 40 wpm. HOURLY:
$9.31; Hours: FULLTIME; M-F; 8am-4:30pm. THIS IS
A GRANT FUNDED PROGRAM.
Must complete an application and a Supplemental
Questionnaire. Return or have post marked on or before
Friday, November 5,1999.
555 S. 10 Street Rm #107
Lincoln, NE 68508
(402) 441 -7596j\tok» Mail Box)
Organist/keyboardist .for approximately 10
hours/week. Resume to Aldersgate United Methodist
Church, 8320 South Street, Lincoln, NE 68506.
Part time general maintenance person for property
management company. 525-5516.
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Part time help needed. Must be able to work through
school break, must be 19years old. Apply at Loving
hearts Child Development Center or call 434-2824, ask
for Becky or Jessica.
Part-time milker needed. 15 miles west of Lincoln. Call
(402) 796-2383. .
Part-time Student Position
Work in a small town bank atmosphere. Duties will in
clude all teller functions, backup responsibilities in
bookkeeping and small maintenance projects. Contact
Michelle at Lancaster County 8ank, Waverty476-3566.
Immediate opening for a Part-Time Teller. This position
is located at our Cotner Branch-135 N. Cotner Blvd.
Perform teller transactions, work the drive-up window,
balance a cash drawer and cross-sell bank products
and services. Work schedule is 4 afternoons a week
and every Saturday from 8:30am-12:30pm. Qualifica
tions needed are effective communication skills, cus
tomer service/retail background and basic math skills.
Interested applicants may apply at our downtown
Home Office Human Resources Department through
Monday, November 8.
FIRST FEDERAL LINCOLN BANK
1235 N Street
An Equal Opportunity
Affirmative Action Employer M/F
♦ Are you tired of trying to find a job to fit your sched
♦ Do you need more money than a part-time job
PEGLER-SYSCO one of Lincoln’s largest employers
has the job opportunity for you. We are now hiring in
our busy warehouse for order selectors. Starting pay is
$8.25/hour, 20-30 hours available. Great incentives
available. Job requirements include: Able to pass drug
screen and physical. Must be able to lift 100lbs. and
must be 18 years old. If you meet these requirements,
don’t wait, apply today!
Application accepted M-F 7am to 5pm at:
1700 Center Park Road
-Great opportunity for the riant individual! Must be
CUSTOMER-ORIENTED, FRIENDLY, HONEST and
FLEXIBLE. Responsible for all phases of delivery oper
ations. Full time position to include evenings and
weekends. Competitive wages plus benefit package
Apply to Human Resources, Holiday Inn-Dow*
141 N. 9th Street. Lincoln, _
Providing quality vocational service to
children and adults with developmental disabilities.
Caring, dependable, hardworking, individuals wanted!
• RESIDENTIAL INSTRUCTOR: Full time direct care
positions open with male consumers in their
apartments. Evening, weekend and overnight shifts
• RESIDENTIAL/VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR: Direct
care with female consumer in her home and job
coaching in the community. Part time hours.
• VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR: In home and community
job coaching with mala consumer, Monday-Friday,
EXCELLENT BENEFITS! Must be 19 years of age, have
good driving record, and a reliable form of transporta
tfoirAgpty tagerson at Transfiguration, 1316 “N"
Greet customers, answer telephone, and perform a va
riety of general office duties in our N. 27th Street Service
Center. Four hours per day. No weekends or evenings.
Great part time position. Apply in persdn, Nebraska
BEST PART T] E JOB IN TOWN!!!
Work as few as 8 or np
to 40 hours per week
Pick your own schedule
Guaranteed hourly rates
, Blocks from Campus
$250.00 hiring bonus
Call or stop by today 3:00 pm- 9pm
and start tomorrow!
JRW SALES TELEMARKETING
_1625 “P” STREET 436-3070_
Developing The Leaders of Tomorrow
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Pay Starting At $TQ/hour!
Students - if you have previous sales experience and
you love to talk on the phone, we have the perfect job
for you! Sandhills Publishing is looking for a part-time
Subscription Sales Representative to sell and renew
subscriptions for our Smart Computing magazines, if
you are looking for a challenging and flexible part-time
position, be sure to check us out! If you would like to
apply for this position, please submit a resume and
cover letter to: Sandhills Publishing, Attn: Human Re
sources, P.O. Box 82545, Lincoln, NE 68501-2545 or
fin out an on-line application at:
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, Monday-Friday 1-6pm for more
Supplemental Instruction positions are open for leaders
of voluntary study groups m Biology 101, Chemistry 109,
Physics 211, Economics 211 and Poli Sci 100
for the Spring 2000 semester. Applicants must be un
dergraduates who have recently completed the appro
priate course successfully (received an A) and are in
terested in assisting other students in achieving aca
demic success in the course. The stipend is $984 for
the semester; the commitment is approximately 10
hours per week. Obtain applications at the Division of
General Studies, 33 Administration Building. A SI posi
tion provides valuable experience for majors in the de
partment or for education majors with solid under
standing in the area. Recommendations from relevant
instructors are recommended. Apply by Friday, Nov.
Looking for dependable employees with customer
service experience. Math proficiency a plus. Flexible
hours, good pay. Apply in person Paycheck Advance,
48th & O, next to SAS Shoes.
Nebraska’s Grand Hotel has full and part-time positions
available now! Call 473-2189 for a current listing.
♦ Free meals during shift!
+ Paid Vacation!
• ♦ 401 (k) Savings Plans!
+ Six Paid Holidays!
♦ Four Personal Days!
♦ Four Sick Days!
+ Low Cost Insurance!
♦ 50% discount in both restaurants!
♦ Discounts on rooms, banquet events,
&in gift shop!
♦ Section 125 Flexible
♦ Free professional counseling!
♦ Competitive wages!
♦ Professional, yet friendly environment!
Apply In Person at Human Resources,
Monday-Friday, 8am - 5pm.
333 S. 13th St, Lincoln, NE
Use ‘L’ St Entrance
Just a few blocks from UNL!
The Olive Garden
Now hiring all positions, flexible hours. Apply within at
61 OOP Street.
The YWCA is hiring swim instructors, experience pre
ferred, Wednesdays and Saturdays required. Apply in
person at the YWCA 1432 N Street, 434-3494 ext. 125.
Work 2 Saturdays In November
Staff is needed for Jr. Blackshirts that is held during
home football games at Campus Recreation. Supervise
children in recreation activities during home football
games. $5.50 per hour. Apply at 55 Campus Recreation
Center or 32 East Campus Activities Building or
Work With Children
•Do you enjoy working with infants/toddlers or pre
school age children?
•Are you excited about the development of children?
•Would you like to be eligible for a tuition scholarship?
If so, the Gallup Child Development Center may have a
position for you. Call our Interviewing Center Today!
486-6700, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. EOE.
Would you like to lead a jump rope contest, read
a story to a child, dip your hands in goopy
slime? If you can spell FUN, join our friendly
team providing before and after school care at
LPS elementary school sites, in a NAEYC ac
credited program. Full-time, part-time and sub
stitute positions available with great benefits.
Supervising Teachers: Associate’s or Bache
lor's degree in related field with child care or
teaching experience. Teacher Assistants: high
school degree and experience, flexible hours.
Complete an application at: Family Service, 501
S. 7th Street, Lincoln, NE 68508. If you require
accommodation to apply or interview, contact
Human Resources, 441-7949. EOE
Quick$$$$ Freelance Writer
Earn $25 per article or story!
#1 Spring Break 2000 Vacation! Cancun, Jamaica, Ba
hamas, and Florida. Best prices guaranteed! Sell trips,
earn cash, and go free!, Now hiring campus reps!
ACT NOW! GET THE BEST SPRING BREAK PRICES!
SOUTH PADRE, CANCUN, JAMAICA, BAHAMAS,
ACAPULCO, FLORIDA, AND MARDIGRAS. REPS
NEEDED, TRAVEL FREE, EARN$$$. GROUP DIS
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WHOLESALE Spring Break packages! Guaranteed
lowest price! 1-866-367-1252. _
MAZATLAN 2000 from $399 (after discount). 14 FREE
meals, 23 Hours of FREE Drinks. $30 EARLY BIRD
DISCOUNT, $100 off Trip in 2001111. CALL FREE at
1-800-244-4463 or www.colle9etour8.com.
Spring Break 2000
A new decade...nice in travel. Free trips, free meals $
drinks. Jamaica, Cancun, Florida, Barbados, Bahamas.
Book before November 5 for FREE Meals and 2 Free
Trips. Book before December 17 FOR LOWER
Spring Break 2000.The Mazatlan Millennium party is
here and it’s HOT! RT-Air, 7 nights hotel, transfers,
FREE drinks and parties. Don’t miss this one, space is
selling fast. Call for brochures and info.
Spring Break Reps Needed!
Free materials provided. Earn easy $$, travel free!
Anger Management Group
Tuesdays, beginning October 26 from 7:15-8:l5pm,
338 Nebraska Union. Must register ($60). Call John,
Confidential Gay Men’s
Wednesdays from 6-7:30p.m. For more information
call Dr. Djaz-Perdomo at Counseling and Psychological
Services at 472-7513 or e-mail
Free CD of cool indie music when you register at
mybytes.com, the ultimate website for your college
In-Style Model Management
Looking for NEW FACES
For Polo, Gap/Abercrombie &Fitch, and others
Friday, November 5,1999
Inn at Lincoln Convention Room
5200 Comhusker Highway
Interviews at 6p.m. sharp
Females-5’8" or taller; Males-5'11 * or taller
Tuesday, November 2 is the last day to enter Co-Rec
Basketball. Enter your team now at the Office of Campus
Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more information.
The last day to enter Co-Rec Broomball is Tuesday,
November 2. Don't Delay! Enter your team now at the
Office of Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more
1 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Become a member of the Involvement Team and help
fellow students build a strong foundation through in
volvement opportunities here on campus and in the
Lincoln community. Applications available at: 200 Ne
braska Union or 300 East Campus Union. Deadline is
KICK IN A CAN!
Bring a can of food to Saturday’s game and help the
Lincoln Food Bank fight hunger right here in Lincoln.
Various collection sites around the stadium. Do your
Leaders Are Made Not Born
Spend your Spring Break establishing leadership skills
and networking with other campus leaders. Lead
erShape applications are available. Get yours at Student
Involvement, 200 Nebraska Union or 300 East
Union; the Women’s Center, 340 Nebraska Union; the
Culture Center, 333 N. 14th Street; or on-line at
www.unl.edu/sinvolve/leadershape. Priority application
due date is November 4. Questions? Call 472-2454.
FALL RECRUITMENT (99
Pick up your applications today in the city campus Un
ion between 11 am and 2pm.
No Parking Problems
All Next Fall Semester!
It’s true! Spend next fall at SENSHU University and enjoy
12 weeks parking-pain free! While you are there,
learn all bout Japanese culture, business, the language
and enjoy the world class mass transit system. Tokyo
businessmen often set their watches to the train
schedules something you won’t be able to do with the
shuttle buses next December in 6 inches of snow.
Stop by CBA138 for more information!
• Tuesday 10,10:30 and 11am
• Thursday 10,10:30 and 11am
• Fridays 10,10:30 and 11am
Or call for an appointment 472-6805
Phi Sigma Pi
Application deadline has been extended to Wednesday,
November 3. Applications are stHI outside of Student
Pledge and didn’t like it? Start your own Fraternity! Zeta
Beta Tau is looking for men to start a new Chapter.
If you are interested in academic success and an op
portunity to make friends in a non-pledging brother
hood, e-mail: zbtOzbtnatlonal.org or call John
Stemen at 317-334-1898.
Pre-OT Club wilt be having a panel on Wednesday,
Nov. 3 of current OT students to answer questions and
tell us about their school experiences. The meeting will
be at 7:30pm in the City Union. There will be a general
meeting afterwards. Please bring $10 for dues.
Taekwondo Club Meeting
Our first meeting will be Nov. 9th in Rec. Center
Lounge at 6 pm. We will discuss what TKD Club is
about and its future plans. Experienced and inexperi
enced welcome! For more information, email:
University Program Council executive applications for
the Spring Semester will be out October 25,1999 out
side of the UPC office (134 NE Union). The following
executive council positions as available: President, Vice
President, Financial Manager, Corresponding Secretary,
Secretary, Historian, and Membership Coordinator. The
following executive Committee Chair positions are avail
able as well: Forums, Music, Novelty,
Films, Gender Issues, Minority Student Programs, East
Campus, Public Relations, and Liaison.
We encourage any and all University students to apply.
Applications are due Friday, November 19,1999 at
5pm. Interviews will be held on the week of November
Congratulations to Mitch Walden and Monte Else on
being selected as Greek Ambassadors. Represent us
Congratulations to Heath Mello on being initiated Into
Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Circle.
A-T-OOH what a great season we had. You guys are a
great catch. Thanks for playing football with us.
Congratulations to Kendra Luebbers and John
Moorhead on their engagement. God has truly blessed
you with love.
Xi love, vour sisters
Thank you girls and guys for the spooky good time on
Saturday. We had a blast!
Love, the ladies of Kappa Delta
Thanks for the great dinner last week. Two thumbs up
to the chef.
What do ATA and TOT have in common?...Both know
how to SCORE!! (on the football field). Thanks for a
great season. You guys are awesome!
Thanks to the “Fly” Gamma Phi’s for helping make the
“Haunted School a spooktacular event.
-The n K A Men
Congratulations to Breann Bigley, Maisie Bohling, and
Melissa Snodgrass on receiving Teacher's College
Love in APT, your sisters
1st annual Autumn “Live-Out* formal comming soon....
Thanks for the great dinner exchange last week. We
would love to hear the Sidney fight song again soon.
re Alpha Xi
DAILY NEBRASKAN Advisory board to the Board of
Reoents-hire the editor, business manager, and advisor.
Publications Board 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 complaints against the newspaper.
Position open to represent the Graduate College on
Applications available at 136 Nebraska Union. Deadline
4p.m., November 17.. _ ’ -
Student Impact Team
Tuesday, November 2
7:00 Selleck Hall
901 MSI IICHI Mil II I.U9 VTO9MJvX.COm
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