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Are you tired of trying to find a job to fit your schedule?
Do you need more money than a part-time job pays?
Pegler-SYSCO one of Lincoln's Hugest employers has
the job opportunity for you. We are now hiring in our
busy warehouse for order selectors. Starting pay is
$8.25/hr. 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 yrs. old. If you meet these requirements
don’t wait apply today!
Applications accepted Mon-Fri. 7am to 5pm at
1700 Center Park Road
PLAY SPORTS! HAVE FUN!
Top boys' sports camp in beautiful Maine. Counselors
to coach all sports: tennis, baseball, hockey, waterfront,
rock climbing, biking, golf, water skiing, sailing.
Work outdoors, have a great summer. Call free
888-844-8080 or apply www.campcedar.com.
PT Executive Answering Service. No experience neces
sary. Must be able to type 30-40 wpm. Must have a
positive and upbeat attitude. 476-2731.
Please send resume or apply in person to:
Attn: Michael Ryan
4405 Normal Blvd.
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
Record label seeking a college representative to handle
street promotion. The person must enjoy listening to
rap music. The promotion campaign lasts 8 weeks with
a bonus if campaign is successful. Serious inquiries
oaie rooa is a must:
FOOD INSPECTOR (AD No. F-1863-00-NE-75-N)
USDA, FSIS HRFO
100 N. 6th Street, Suite 420C
Minneapolis, MN 565403
Help ensure meat, poultry and egg products that reach
the consuming public are safe and wholesome - be
come a Food Inspector with USDA Food Safety and In
spection Service! Starting salary is $22,819 per year
with promotion potential to $28,265 after one year. Ad
ditional career opportunities thereafter in the largest
food inspection force in the federal government! To
qualify, applicant must have one year directly related
expenence (working in the food industry) or a B.S. de
gree which includes at least 12 semester hours of sci
ence/math. For specific qualification requirements, an
application, and to register to take the test, call the
above number. Please mention the AD No. when you
The USDA is an E.O.E.
Say NO to Weekends!
And YES to employment with the State Troopers Asso
ciation of Nebraska! S.T.A.N. has immediate openings
for motivated evening sales associates. Mon
day-Thursday, 14/week, competitive<wages. You make
the call! Contact Dawn at 489-5779.
Scheels All Sports
Part time sales associate wanted: Scheels All Sports
has part time sales positions available in its new Lincoln,
NE location opening in April 2000. We are looking
for people who want to work in a fun, fast paced retail
sporting goods environment. If you have a great attitude,
a passion for sports, have a good work ethic, we
want to talk to you about employment opportunities.
• Competitive wages
• Flexible scheduling
• Excellent purchase discount
• Plus all the training needed to be successful
If you would like an employment opportunity with our
company, please call Eric Grams or Aaron Mennen at
402-420-9000 or stop by our offices between 2pm and
6 pm at 4851 S. 16th Street, Lincoln, NE 68512 to pick
up an application. ___
Shop Hand Needed
Light mechanical work. Apply within, 1342 High Street,
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
Spring Break Cash
29 PT positions must be filled this week.
No customer service/sales experience neces
sary. Flexible schedules, no telemarketing.
Conditions exist-must be 18.
Call Monday-Friday. 10 am-4 pm. 477-8663.
Steaks 2 You/Wise Guys Pizza
48th and ‘O' Streets
Now hiring delivery drivers and in store. All hours
needed. Flexible schedule, great pay, awesome people.
Come in and apply today!
Summer Camp Counselors
Needed For Premier Camps
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, theater, gymnastics, newspaper, rocketry, and
radio. GREAT SALARIES, room, board, and travel.
June 17-August 16. Enjoy a great summer that promises
to be unforgettable. MAH-KEE-NAC,
www.campmkn.com, (boys): 1-800-753-9118.
DANBEE, www.danbee.com, (girls): 1-800-392-3752.
Taking applications for set-up and/or mechanical help.
Wanted Teacher/Naturalist at the Pioneers Park Nature
Center. Must enjoy nature and working with school
children in an outdoor educational setting. Work ap
proximately 12-25 hours per week leading nature hikes
at the Nature Center. Applications at the Nature Center
or Lincoln Parks and Recreation Office at 2740 “A”
Street. For more information contact: Nancy Furman at
Nebraska's Grand Hotel has full and part-time positions
available now! Cal! 473-2169 for a current listing.
♦ Free meals during shift!
4> Paid Vacation!
♦ 401(k) Savings Plans!
♦ Six Paid Holidays!
♦ Four Personal Days!
♦ Four Sick Days!
+ Low Cost Insurance I
4* 50% discount in both restaurants!
+ Discounts on rooms, banquet events,
&in gift shop!
4* 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 Roger’s House Inn
House keeping position in a historic mansion. Hours:
10am-2pm, Tuesday and Friday; 10am-4pm, Saturday
and Sunday. $7/hour. 476-6961.
Wait Staff Wanted
Bunker's Sports Bar and Grill now hiring day and eve
ning waits. Call 488-8838 or apply in person at 8901
Augusta Drive, Lincoln NE 68520.
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15 Sidelines TV
17 “Excuse me..."
19 New Mexico
22 Rich cake
23 Singer Lopez
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26 Mil. officers
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32 Office charge
35 OFF AND ON
40 1994 Foster film
4t Cone material?
42 Cry in the
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50 Song section
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25 Salon jobs
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concern 48 Sidewalk
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38 '80s Communist 51 Barbecue
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ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
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Want to gain hands on experience in the field of human
services working in our various programs including crisis
shelters, residential and day treatment centers and
group homes? Our Relief Youth Specialist position*
• Flexible schedules
• Potential for advancement
• Possible college credit
• $7.00 per hour
Must be available to work 16 scheduled hours per
week and carry an agency pager an additional 8 hours.
Must have a high school diploma and a valid NE driver’s
license. Open until filled. Want to gain hands on
experience in the field of Early Care Development and
Human Services? Our On-Call Child Care positions of
• Daytime hours Monday - Friday
• Advancement opportunities
• Earn college credit
• Opportunity to gain Head Start program
• $7.00 per hour
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. 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.
WANTED: Experienced and motivated Land Fitness
Instructors, Water Fitness Instructors. Weight Room
Trainers, and Personal Trainers. Apply at Northeast
YMCA, 2601 N. 70th.
1 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
WE NEED GRADUATE ASSISTANTS
In Student Involvement for the 2000-2001 academic
year. Assistantships offer opportunities for decision
making, goal setting, policy development and
evaluation. Applications and position descriptions are
available at 200 NU, 300 ECU, the Culture Center and
the Women's Center. Positions filled on an ongoing hir
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.
Yankee Hill Country Club is now hiring for full time and
part time banquet servers, wait staff and bartenders.
We offer excellent salary plus gratuity. Paid uniforms
and meals. Flexible scheduling and a positive and fun
working environment. Hiring immediately. Apply at
7600 San Mateo Lane. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-9pm.
Nanny needed to help out with infant staring in April.
Experience necessary, flexible hours, looking for some
one who can work 25-30 hours in the summer.
Camp Counselors needed for Girl Scout Day Camps
in metro Denver and Overnight Camps in the mountains
southwest of Denver. General counselors and in
struction positions in: horseback riding, crafts, nature,
backpacking, challenge course, farm, dance/drama,
sports, archery. June-August 2000. Must enjoy working
with girls in an outdoor setting. Salary+ room/board
and insurance. Call (303) 778-0109, ext. 281 or email:
Horseback Riding Staff needed at Girl Scout
Overnight Camp southwest of Denver. Must have recent
experience riding and teaching basic skills. Live
and work in the mountain. Must enjoy working with
girls. Salary+ room/board and insurance. June-August
2000. Call (303) 778-0109, ext. 281 or email: rhon
Great staff, great facilities, great experience. N.Y.S.
Co-ed Resident Camp 2 hours from NYC. Athletics,
baseball, basketball, tennis, roller hockey, swimming,
water skiing, boat driver, woodworking, photography,
ceramics, ropes/wall. Kennybrook - 633 Saw Mill River
Road, Ardsley. N.Y. 10502. Fax (914) 693-7678,
1 -800-58-Camp2, E-Mail: Kennybrook@AOL.com.
Summer In Chicago
Child care and light housekeeping for suburban Chicago
families. Responsible, loving, non-$moking person.
Call Northfield Nannies at (8470 501 -5354.
The 4-H Camps in Nebraska, located at the Nebraska
National Forest-Halsey, Schram State Park-Gretna, and
Harlan County Reservoir-Alma, are accepting applica
tions for summer staff. Spend mid-May to mid-August
leading youth in outdoor programs. You will be trained
to teach nature, ropes/confidence course, canoeing,
tubing, crafts, overnight camping, and many more pro
grams. You do not need to be in 4-H to apply. Applica
tion deadline is February 28, 2000. For information call
402-472-6717 or e-mail email@example.com.
Wanted: Summer Interns
Army ROTC has an all expense paid summer internship
opportunity. You’ll get paid to experience adventure
and learn leadership skills, plus qualify for a college
scholarship. Call 472-4269 to see if you qualify, email:
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at
Get Published! Get Paid!
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#1 Panama City Vacations! Party beachfront at Board
walk, Summit Condos and Mark II. Free drink parties!
Walk to best bars! Absolute best price! All major credit
cards accepted! 1-800-234-7007,
#1 Spring Break Vacations! Cancun, Jamaica, Bahamas,
and Florida. Best prices guaranteed! Free Parties
and cover charges! Space is limited! Book it now! Ail
major credit cards accepted! 1-800-234-7007,
SPRING BREAK 2000
This Friday night hear the sounds of Nebraska’s number
one band, ONE MORE TIME at Lincoln’s number
one night club. Happy hour starts at 5pm. Dress to im
press, leans are definitely OK.
about the upcoming
Come and meet your
current senators •
and be informed about
the March election.
Ciuustions - Resat 742-5333 or
Rami at 436-0774
Campus Red Cross
February 22and 23. 11am-5pm at the Student Union.
DROP-IN AEROBICS CLASS
For only $1 (FREE if you have a current FitCard), you
can get a great Step Combo workout Saturday morning,
February 19, 10-11am, in the Fitness/Aerobics
Room of the Campus Recreation Center. Come
dressed ready to SWEATll 472-3467._
Gradu .u student (HHP) is seeking anyone between
19-40 years to participate in a confidential study. This
study will include analyzing soccer skills on the com
puter. Earn up to $40. If interested, contact Kemal
Makasci at (402) 438-8801._
All-party informational meeting, 3pm in the City Union.
All candidates please attend...or fear the wrath of Dr. E.
Iranian Involvement International meeting at 6pm in the
Union. There will be free Persian soup.
Publications Board Meeting
3:30p.m., Monday, Daily Nebraskan Conference Room.
The Publications Board governs the Daily Nebraskan.
All those interested are Welcome to attend.
Student Education Association meeting Tuesday Feb
ruary 22, 6 p.m. in Henzlik 107. Read Across America.
Elections March 7. '•
Congratulations to Jennie Shamblin, who was accepted
to Nebraska at Oxford Program for summer 2000!
Way to go Jennie!__
Great job to those who got 3.5’s and above! Keep up
the good work! 4.0’s: Stacy Domnanish, Heather Easter,
Jessica Evans, Liz Givens, Brittany Lamp, Katie
Sievers, Jen Webster, Morgan Williams, and Kari Wolf.
3.5’s: Alicia Armbruster, Heidi Closman, Maggie Davis,
Aja Engel, Laura Gervase, Adrjene Gregg, Bonnie Han
selman, Brenda Hanselman, Kristy Hasemann, Teri
Hasemann, Brianne Hinz, Kristin Holmes, Heidi Kiester,
Alexis Lewis, Kelli Melia, Lynn Miller, Shannon Ogren,
Molly Penney, Kate Sackett, Alison Schiffern, Jennie
Shamblin, Li2 Seivers, Brittany Sill, Jan Simunaci, ‘
Shelly Speck, Julie Stewart, Traci Stick, Melissa Tuttle,
Molly Wickham, and Julie Zelfel.
Welcome to our newest members - Sally Brown, Stacy
Schroeder, Bille Walchek, MollyMcGill, and Lindsay
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Congratulations to the DU’s on their academic
achievements last semester. 4.0's: Jeff Allen, John Ar
thur, Brian Boemer, Joe Fox, Jeremy Frazer, Ryan May,
Ray Rinkol, and Zach Tupper. 3.5 and above: Anthony
Anderson, Mike Black, Chris Blum, Brian Bonne, Brent
Cudley, Dave Drew, Bob Fjeil, Shannon Hoff, J.C. Kelly,
Bill Lawton, Andy Lund,.Ben Murphy, Jim Quist.
Ryan Soderquist, Zane Tupper, Chris VanLong, Gary
Warner, Matt Weakland, Scott West. Jason Wietjes,
and Ryan Wondercheck. _
Thanks for the FAC last Friday. Us dudes will cruise
Main Street with you gals anytime.
-The Men of Delta Upsilon
Congrat- to Mandy Kent on her recent “Promising” to
__»in APT, your sisters
Congratulations to JD Bogden on receiving his green
card. Welcome to our beautiful country. Love it or leave
iPhi Alpha, Your Brothers
Missing: one brother. If you have any information that
leads to the finding or whereabouts of Paul Brown,
contact his worried brother Curt Boe.
Questions and concerns about the process or the regu
lations?? For information call 472-2581 or stop by 136
Nebraska Union. The Electoral Commission will meet
Wednesday at 3:30 pm in the office. All students are
welcome to attend.
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Marketing company seeks reliable and money motivat
ed students for credit card promos on campus. Excel
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