The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 10, 2000, Page 10, Image 10

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This month earn an
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BEST PART TIME JOB IN TOWN!!!
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Flexible Hours .. >
Work as few as 8 or up x
to 40 hours per Week ,
Pick your own schedule
Guaranteed hourly rates A
Awesome commissions
Generous Bonuses *
Free Parking
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_
ACROSS
1 Sutter’s Mill
strike
5 —Romeo
9 More ready and
willing
14 “Surfer,” so to
speak
15 Trotsky or Uris
16 Windy City
airport
17 Beat a hasty
retreat
18 Carefree
adventure
19 Synthetic fiber
20 Presidential
auto?
23 Wordsworth
work
24 Statehouse VIP
25 Talmud
language
27 Aden residents
31 Besides
32 Botheration
33 Israeli war hero
Moshe
35 CHd flatboats
39 Presidential
auto?
43 King of the
stage
44 Hiding place
45 Explosive
initials
46 Scout’s
recitation
49 Trucker’s
capacity
51 Yom —
54 Cover the gray
55 Suffix with chtor
orfluor
56 Presidential
auto?
63 — firma
65 Constricting
snakes
66 —Beach,
Florida
67 China’s Zhou —
68 One opposed
69 Perfect place
70 One in a herd
71 Space Shuttle
org.
72 Chimney
sweep’s target
' DOWN
1 Back talk
2 European
capital
3 Lustful look
Edited by Joyce Nichols Lewis
4 Deepen, as a
canal
5 Like the soil in a
delta
6 Meadowlands
7 Military
stronghold
8 “Lori^Boy”
singer Paul
9 The Grand
Canyon et al.
10 “Gotcha!”
11 Municipal
muck-a-muck
12 Wear down
13 Extencj,asa "
lease
21 “—Cane”: 1963
movie
22 Wayne
^Gretzky’s gp.
26 Watty’s little »
brother, for short
27 Southern
pronoun
28 “The Sopranos”
Emmy winner
Falco
29 “—Usa”
3CT Lip —: mouth
the words
31 Make into law _
34 “I — Rock*
36 Rudner or
Hayworth
37 Monarch 53 Hostess Mesta
38 Webmaster’s 57 Israeli diplomat
creation Abba
40 Harvester’s haul 58 Gossipy Barrett
41 Zambia and 59 Siamese and
Zimbabwe, once Maine coon
42 Nairobi’s nation 60 Hire a decorator,
47 Household e.g.
employee 61 Cream-filled
48 Prefix with angle cookie
50 Edginess 62 Refuses to
51 Airborne toys 64 Comic actress
52 Driver’s lie., e.g. Charlotte
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
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Stumped? Call 1 -900-933-5155.99 cents a minute
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Work With Children
•Do you enjoy working with infante/totgjlers 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 Todayl
486-6700, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. EO£.
Needed immediately, after school child care for girl age
7. Monday-Friday, 2:30-5:30pm. Must have Own trans
portation and references. 474-5005.
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A Voice Cries Out!
Accept the challenge! Join the NLOM Summer Mirastry
Team 2000. Summer camp positions Ore available for
Carol Joy Holling Camp, Sullivan Hills, CrossWajk and
Day Camp. Positions available include counselors, life
guards, wranglers, health care specialists, mainte
nance, food service workers and many more. For appli
cation information call NLOM toll free at 888-656-6254
or check out our web site at www.nlom.org.
Have A Blast At A
Premier Summer Camp!
Become a camp counselor in gorgeous Northern Min
nesota! Meet the friends of a lifetime, truly connect with
kids of all ages' enjoy the outdoors, and gain incredible
leadership skills!
Gunflint Wilderness Camp'(co-ed) seeks staff to lead
hiking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, mountain biking,
and/or climbing trips fin BWCAW). Experience required.
Camp Birchwood (all girls) seeks enthusiastic cabin
counselors to also teach either: horseback riding, ten
nis, sports, swimming, windsurfing, waterskjing, sail
ing, photography, arts/crafts, or climbing. T/aining
available.
Competitive salaries! Internships available.'Call
1-800-451-5270 or register online at
www.campbirchwood.com to get an application.
Help Wanted
For Custom Harvesting. Combine operators arid truck
drivers. Experience preferred. Good summer wages.
Call (970)483-7490 evenings.
Mother’s helper for summer- Omaha; 2 kids, ages 10 &
11, pool membership; must have own car; FT/Flex; ref
erences; 402/280-4132 or 402/551-38?7, Chris, leave
Not Your Typical * '
Summer Work
Make the most of yoyr summer. Set yourself apart.
Build your resume, accept a challenge, nave fun, travel,
make $6,900. Call 1-800-776-2941.,..
SOFTBALL UMPIRES ’
Lincoln Parks and Recreation is in need of slow pitch
and fast pitch umpires for adult leagues. May 1 thru
mid-August Earn $15+ per game, 4 games Rer night
Call The Athletics Office, 441-7892 for more informa
tion. -' J. -
Still Looking For That Perfect
Summer Internship? ’
The NU Office of Admissions is looking for1 an advertis
ing or marketing major to fill the position of Undergrad
uate Marketing Assistant. This is a hands-on position
where you will be involved in designing publications
sent to prospective students; writing copy for the Ad
missions website, flyers, letters., and postcards; ar
ranging photo shoots; assisting with collection of data
and compilation of market research; developing sup
port materials for recruitment presentations; and much
more. Interested students should have knowledge of
QuarkXPress or PageMaker 6.5 and be able to work 20
hours/week in the Summer and 15 hours/week the fol
lowing semester. Please stop by the Office of Admis
sions for an application. Further questions can be di
rected to Valerie Newhouse at 472-4510 or Kristine
Stelzer at 472-4804. Please return your application to
the Admissions Office by Friday, April 14.
Summer Jobs Available
Warehouse positions open in order filling and shipping.
Starting: Wnen school is out (May 5,2000)
Openings: 5
Ending: End of July or until school begins
Hours: Day shifts, four 9 hours days and 4 hour day
Tuesday to Saturday
Wage: $7.00/hour
$500 RETENTION BONUS
($250 on June 15,2000 &
$250 on July 31,2000
Apply to: Ace Hardware Corporation, 1200 West Up
land Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68521. Monday to Friday,
8:00 am to 4:30 pm 402-475-7021, EOE
I NEED HELP
Set your own hours. Earn extra income and have a
blast this summer. Call 477-3935.
Summer Camp Jobs. NY, PA, New England. Instructors
needed: Tennis, Basketball, Roller Hockey, Soccer,
LAX, Volleyball, Gymnastics, Lifeguard, WSI, Waterski
ing, Sailing, Canoe, Windsurfing, Archery, Mt. Biking,
Rockclimbing, Ropes, Dance, Piano Accorroanist, Dra
ma, Ceramics, Woodshop, Arts and Crafts, Nature,
RN's, Chef. Arlene Streisand; 1-800-443-6428;
www.summeroampemployment.com
Summer Counselors
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: KennybrookQAOL.com.
Start A Career
Between Classes
The Northwestern Mutual Life Internship Program
Through a Northwestern Mutual Life iQtemship,.you will
instantly allyyourself with one of America’s top intern
ships.* You ITmake your resume stand out after gradu
ation, 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 re
arize that you’re worth much more than you think.
"America’s Top Internships, 1999 Edition, Random
Housa'Princeton Review Books. ■ • ’
“‘Summer Internship***
‘“Informational Meeting***
Tuesday, April 11 at6:30p.m. and Wecfnesday, April
12 at 6:30 p.m. at Northwestern Mutual Life, 115 Cher
ry Hill Blvd. Please call 483'-787l to sign up for ohe of
these times.
MONEY MOTIVATED?
100x more powerful- than other programs.
1-888-493-4888, ext 1832.
600s Notices
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A Relaxation Opportunity
Join others and relax for 35 minutes Tuesdays
12:10-12:45pm. Drop ini Room 43, Lower level
University FteaWvCenter •
“I groat way to get through the day!”
- ZShould 1 take
' a job without
health
insurance?"
Igatall tha answers:
^^un^GradittOCkcom^
Burr Hall Bull Fry .
Sand Volleyball (Coed) and BasketballTodfnamenfs
Saturday, April 15, Registration: $20. Registration
forms at Burr Hall or Campus Rec. More information:
call Brad or Caleb at 436-0852.
Don't get kicked out of the Honors Program!
HONORS PROGRAM
ADVISORY NIGHT
• Tuesday, April 11 in Blue Room of Neihardt,
7:00-8:30 p.m.
The Honors Program Student Advisory Board will
be conducting an advisory night to answer ques
tions about Honors Program requirements. Honors
students, drop by anytime to this informal meeting
to have your questions answered.
Fraternities • Sororities
Clubs • Student Groups
Student organizations earn $1,000-$2,00D with the
easy campusfundraiser.com three hour fundraising
event. No sales required. Fundraising dates are filling
quickly, so call today! Contact campusfundraiser.com,
(888) 923-3238, or visit www.campusfundraiser.com.
INTRAMURAL 9-BALL POOL
The last day to enter 9-ball pool is Tuesday, April 11.
Don’t delay. Enter now at the Office of Campus Recre
ation. Call 472-3467 for more information.
BY VIC LEE
Lesbian Bi Questioning
Discussion Group
LBQ is a safe place for lesbians, bi women, and wom
en questioning their sexual orientation to meet, talk,
learn, and laugn in an informal atmosphere. Meet every
Monday at 5:15pm in 338 Nebraska Union. For more
information call trie Women’s Center at 472-2597.
“Do / need
a briefcase?”
I ft all the answers:
jinLeGrad2B00iconf^
University Program Council
Presents Eric Saperton
Hear his amazing story involving the interviews of man
y famous people, such as Jerry Garcia, Billy Garcia,
and Jimmy Carter. Thursday, April t3, 7:00pm, NE Un
ion Auditorium. Questions? Cali 472-8146.
oWorids of. Fun/ = •>«
Oceans of FunTickets!
Get your Worlds of Fun/Oceans of Fyn tickets from
Campus-Recreation. Get GREAT saUrtgs and you can
return unused-tickets with your receipt within two
weeks of purchase.'CampusRecreation also sells tick
ets to Silver Dollar City and has Adventureland cou
pons.
www.in-stylempdels.com
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i Whom will you ho this summer?
MU Pre-Veterinary .Club monthly meeting will be
Wednesday, April 12 at 7pm in the ECU.
Undergraduate .Women
in Busihess
Informal meeting for Banquet Preparation. Tuesday,
April 11 at 6:30 pm in CBA 107. Officers required to be
present.
ATN
First annual A r N sand volleyball bash, benefiting the
American Heart Association on April 15. Questions and
entry information, call Brain Kollmorgen at 436-6325.
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Congratulations Ben ZiteC on being elected President
of Alpha Lambda Delta You continue to impress every
one. Goodjpb!
-Yogr brothers
Are you in charge of ordering T-Shirts or Party Favors
for your organization? Visit our website
www.prographicssportswear.com for thousands of
ideas. ''
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FOUND: Camera on East Campus. Call 466-4631.
Leave a message.
Band wanted to play at wedding reception, Wick
Alumni Center, August 19,2000. Also need individual
musicians for music at ceremony. Call (973) 451 -9697
or e-mail jrogge9gateway.net.
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