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We can take VISA " 5 days $6-00day
or MasterCard orders 6 -10 days $5.10day
over the phone! 1 1 - 20 days $4.60day
call 962-0252 21 or more days- $4.35day
Wheels for Sale
Rides & Riders
Lost & Founds
hdrvids., students, UNC
1 day- -"-$3.00
2 days $4.50
3 days $5.60
4 days $6.45
5 days $7.25
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ATTENTION Student organizations:
1989 HOMECOMING QUEEN appli
cations due this FRIDAY, SEPT. 15
by 5 pm at the CAA office. Call 962
4300 for details Don t miss youn
chance to sponsor the 1989
MR. UNC ATTENTION
1989 Mr. UNC applications are
due this WED., SEPT. 13 at the
Circle K office. Call 962-4300 for
details enter before the
deadline on Wednesday)
all students and student organiza
tions RAMPAGE 1989
HOMECOMING is approaching
FASTI Want to sponsor the
Homecoming Queen, do a parade
ftoat, win the Mr. UNC contest?
Call the CAA office. 962-4300. to
find out how to get involved!
ALL-CAMPUS PEP RALLYBAND
PARTY tonight on Big Frat Court
at 9:30 pm! Featuring the Ben
Friedman Band (formerly IBM).
Music starts at 8:30 pm. Come
see Mack Brown, the UNC band
and cheerleaders, and SUPPORT
THE TAR HEELS!
ALPHA PHI OMEGA
Co-ed service fraternity informal
rush. Wed Sept 6, 7pm Rooms
205-206 Union or Thurs Sept 7,
7pm Carmichael Dorm. Formal
Rush, Wed Sept 13, Carmichael
Dorm. Everyone welcome.
If you ordered
you can pick it
up at the
be on sale
AUDITIONS FOR CAROUNA CHOIR.
Glee Clubs and Chamber Singers
will be held all week. Sign up in
Person 106. Call 962-1093 or
962-1039 for more information.
Lots of openings! Don't miss out.
Party with live band at Newman
the Catholic Student Center.
Burger and drink are $2. Half the
proceeds to to the community
kitchen. Join us for the fun!
Business & Computer
Science Majors Pick
Carolina Week By
In the Union, Suite
CHIMERA The UNC Fantasy and
Science Fiction Club, invites YOU
to a short meeting this Thursday,
9pm, Student Union Rm 210.
Meet rising stars Paul Thompson
and Tonya Carter. Authors of "Red
Sands" and Darkness and Light."
See you there!
DO YOU LIKE $? The UNC
Entrepreneurs Club can get you
started. First meeting Sept 13 in
Union 205 at 4:30. All UNC stu
DON'T BE a fruit loop be a spe
cial K! Join Circle K, the world's
largest collegiate service organiza
tion. New member meeting Mon,
Sept 11 at 7:00, 210 Union.
EDUCATION MAJORS! Your profes
sional organization, (S)NCAE, will
be holding its membership drive
from Sept 11-30 in the lobby of
Peabody- Join NCAE!
At the Union,
it's you who really
gets things off the
available at the
Union desk until
FRESHMAN! Don't forget to pick up
your exciting Who's New at
Carolina at the Alumni House. Any
leftovers will be sold.
GRAD STUDENTS: Join our casual,
mostly for fun movie viewing and
discussion group! Have a good
time! Make some off campus
friends! Call Steve, 928296.
Students interested in
sending two years studying
in me ujv. who win cave
graduated by Oct. 1, 1990,
are U.S. Citizens under the
age of 26, &havt a mini
mum 3.7 GPA, are eligible.
Furthei information and
application forms available
207 Caldwell Hall
September 25, 1989.
MEN'S CREW CLUB organizational
meeting Sept. 7 at 7:30 pm in
Fetzer 104 for all interested In
Rowing or Coxing this Fall.
PAY IN-STATE Tuition? "Residency
Status and Tuition", the practical
brochure on the in-state residency
application process, is available at
the Bullshead Bookshop, Student
Stores. Now also at Caduceus
Yes, your dreams
come true at
REGISTER FOR RAINBOW SOCCER.
RAINBOW SOCCER is currently reg
istering players for this fall. Players
of all levels are invited for the fun
& games. We have nine leagues
for all ages. Field registration Is
Sat., Aug. 26 & Sat., Sept 2, 10
am - Noon at the Rainbow Soccer
Stadium off Cleland Road.
Practices begin Mon., Sept. 11.
You may also register at Carolina
Soccer & Lacrosse supply in
Willow Creek Shopping center in
Carrboro. Volunteers are also
needed as coaches, asst. coaches
& referees. Call 967-8797 for
SCUBA DIVING! Classes start Sept
9 and 16 at Chapel Hill and
Durham locations. Adventure
under water. Call Water World.
PICK UP YOUR Class of 1990 1-
shirts in Suite 216-B of the Union
Supplies are limited.
limited to 35
Training: Sept. 16,
the Student Union
Come by the Y
to sign up now!
THE UNIVERSITY of North Carolina
Women's Varsity Softball Team will
conduct open tryouts on Tuesday
95 3-5:30. Wednesday 96,
Thursday 97 2:30-5, and Friday
98 3:15-5:15 at Flnley Softball
Field. Must have Physical at stu
dent health to participate. Any
questions call Coach Donna Papa,
STUDENTS WHO wish to apply for
positions on the UNC Student
Supreme Court can pick up appli
cation forms in Suite C of the
Union beginning Flrday, Sept 1.
THE UNC INVESTMENTS Club is
taking applications for this year's
Executive Committee. No experi
ence is needed and al! majors are
welcome, contact Scott
UNC OUTING CLUB wants new
members to join and old members
to return all equipment this Thurs.
7pm at FG109. Any questions, call
UNC RUGBY CLUB begins practice
this week. Tues & Thurs. 5pm at E
Haus fields. New players welcome.
No experience required. Queries?
Call Tom at 933-5092.
UNC STUDENT Government needs
you! Sign-ups in Suite C of the
WE ARE looking for a few
good men to enter the Mr. UNC
contest. If you have that Carolina
Spirit pick up an application at the
Union desk. Deadline is Sept 13.
First prize includes two season
Call 9294258 for details.
WERE YOU a BAT-FAN before
Keaton and Nicholson made it hip?
Do you think the greatest work of
fiction of the 80's is WATCHMEN?
If so. this is your club! The
Carolina Comic Book Club! Join us
Thurs, Sept 14 at 7pm in the
Student Union! ALL comic fans wle
comel ALPHA KAPPA PSI, the first
professional business fraternity,
will be having informal rush Mon.,
Sept 11 at 8:00pm in Morehead
Cellar. Formal rush will be held
Thur, Sept 14 at 7:30 in Carroll
106. Come by tables in the Pit & in
front of Carroll for more info.
seek creative dancerschore
ographers to Join the university's
only modem dance group,
Saturday; Sept 9 at 2:00pm I
the Women's Gym. AH old mem
bers must attend. For Info
CAA TICKET DISTRIBUTOR
applications are due Mon.
Sept U Bt 5 pm in the CM office
(Suite A, Carolina Union). Graduate
and Professional students may
apply don't miss the MONDAY
deadline! Applications available
at the Union desk!
JAZZ JAZZ JAZZ II
Don't miss Robert Griffin in the
Carolina Cabaret - Tonight!! at
9pm. Tlx $1.
SANGAM MIXER -Carmichael
Ballroom from 9pm -
lam Sat, Sept 9th. Please Join us
for dancing, food and lots of fun.
Everyone Is Invited.
THE BEST of Rhythm & Blues
will be at the Carolina Cabaret VMd
Saturday!! Eve Cornellous and
Chip Crawford will begin
the fun at 9pm. Tlx only $2. An
evening you don't want to miss!!
UNC CLUB FOOTBALL Is begin
ning their 1989 Fall Season.
Those interested in playing fully
equipped, full contact football
should contact Ken at 968-4011.
WORKSHOP FOR MEN
Explore issues relevant to being
male. Led by Tom Blackburn, Ph.D
Tuesdays, Sept 12026 at 7:30pm,
Call 929-1132 for registration
XV " PITU
or Rm 104
$10.15 TO START Marketing and
adv openings. Need car, flex hrs.
All majors considered, will train.
Local work. Call Raleigh, 10851
7422. (10-5 oniy).
$5.50HR FOR transcribing Inter
view tapes. Must have experience
using MAC. Skill with Microsoft
Word preferred; MacWright is
acceptable. Hours flexible. Call Jim
967-4854 or 962-9157.
AEROBICS INSTRUCTOR needed.
Nautilus Fitness Center. Call 489
2668 or 968-3027.
APARTMENT COMMUNITY needs a
part-time leasing agent. Must be
dependable and outgoing. Call Lisa
Set your own
Apply in person,
2nd floor, Lenoir Hall
M-F 8:30 am - 6 pm
Service has immedi
ate openings for
part-time positions in
their meal card and
business office. We
HOURS with morning
and afternoon hours
available. Apply in
person, 2nd floor,
M-F 8:30 am - 6 pm
ARE YOU INTERESTED in helping
with the Varsity Mens Soccer
team? If so, Call Johnna (967
5176) or Priscilla (968-3003).
Leave a message.
ASSISTANTS NEEDED to help hand
icapped individuals with reading,
transportation, shopping, and
household tasks. For more info
please contact Debbie Cohen at
Healthy volunteers of specific
ages (plus or minus 2 years
needed for a study of the bio
chemical effects of anti
Involves a one night and one
morning stay in the Ginical
Research Unit of the NC
Memorial Hosp., one small
intravenous dose of a tricyclic
antidepressant, & blood draw
ing. Males: 24, 23,47, 61.
Females: 22-29, 3242, 6070.
Free physical, laboratory
work and EKG.
call Bob Ruegg, MD at 966
7122. Please leave name,
age, sex & daytime and
ASTHMATICS NEEDED for research
study. Ages 18-35 with stable, mild
asthma. 4 two hour visits with little
or no discomfort. $50visit com
pensation. Call 966-6214 or Dr.
Wager at 966-2531.
BALLROOM DANCE INSTRUCTORS
Chapel Hill PksRec. Experienced
dancers needed to teach adults
the basic steps to the foxtrot,
swing, tango, waltz, etc.
Wednesday, 6:30-8:30 pm, Sept
27-Oct 25. $10hr. Apply immedi
ately: 200 Plant Road. 968-2784.
BUND STUDENT would like reader
for advanced French conversation
class. $5hr, 2-4 hrsweek.
Fluency in French required.
Please call Beth at 942-2264.
BURGER KING on Elliott Road is
hiring dependable individuals for
both day and night shifts. We pro
vide flexible hours to fit your
schedule, excellent training, and
$100 bonus program for hours
worked. Call 929-4391 or apply in
CAROL WOODS RETIREMENT COM
MUNITY Dining Room Service.
Part-time jobs tailored for college
students. Work times 4-8 pm daily,
11:30-3:00 Sunday. Must be avail
able to work every other weekend.
Generous scheduling and request
off system. A pleasant and attrac
tive work environment. No experi
ence required. If interested and
able to make a commitment to
work into the academic year, come
by the main office at Carol Woods,
750 Weaver Dairy Road, Mon-Fri,
8:304:30 to fill out an application.
Service offers flexi
ble schedules... com
petitive wages... free
Evening and weekend
hours a need.
If interested, apply
in person, 2nd floor,
M-F 8:30 am - 6 pm
DTH CLASSIFIEDS 962-0252
CHILDREN'S STX BALL TEAM
LEADERS. Chapel Hill PksRec.
Organize practices & coach during
games; $3.60hr. Sept 13-0ct 28,
PRACTICES-Wednesdays, 4-5 pm;
GAMES-Saturdays, 9-12 noon.
Requires 1 yr playing exp; prefer 2
mos sports instruction. Apply
immediately: 200 Plant Rd. 968
CLEAN OUR HOUSE! General
house cleaning. $4hr, 5 hrs
onceweek. Need own transporta
tion. If your roommates think
you're too neat, call Dr. Reice at 2
1375 or 6-1104 or eves 967
6670. EXCLUSIVE COUNTRY CLUB seeks
pro-shop staff. Job Involves work
ing in a pleasant environment. Full
and part-time positions. Call Larry
FIELD HOCKEY INSTRUCTORS
NEEDED-Chapel Hill PksRec.
Instruct girls in basic skills; offici
ate scrimmage games. Mon &
Wed, 5:15-6:45 pm, 925-1018.
Requires 1 yr playing exp; prefer 6
mos teaching exp. $6hr. Apply by
Sept 18: 200 Plant Rd. 968-2784.
FLEXIBLE HOURS. Positions avail
able: part-time salespeople, stock
persons. Roscoe Griffin Shoes,
South Square Mall, Durham NC,
FRIENDLY SORORITY House needs
waiters & one dishwasher (D.W.
compensated). Serve dinner &
receive excellent lunch & dinner
free! Call 967-0553.
GENERAL YARD WORK including
mulching, weeding, mowing, trim
ming, etc. Work time flex. Wanted
through next spring. Call 929-4264
evenings or leave message.
GET A FANTASTIC JOB! The
UNC PHONATHON is now hiring.
Are you enthusiastic, a true blue
ITar Heel, or just plain poor? We're
looking for articulate, outgoing,
students who want to have a
great time raising money for aca
demic programs while starting at
$4 an hour. 7 to 21 hours per
week. Great on a resume. More
fun than the University should
allow. Call 962-7014 or stop by
the Porthole Building
(in the alley to NCNB).
GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTOR NEEDED-Chapel
Hill PksRec. Teach
gymnasticstumbling to children 3
5 & 6-8 yrs. Mon. Wed, Fri, 2:30
4:30. Sept 25-Nov 17. Requires
previous work with children; strong
background in gymnastics.
$8.50hr. Apply immediately. 200
Plant Rd. 968-2784. EOAAE.
GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTORS want
ed. Carolina Sport Art Gymnastics
Center is looking for mature,
enthusiastic individuals, preferably
with a gymnastics background, to
teach gymnastics lessons to chil
dren from pre-school through jr
high ages. Good pay. Flexible
hours. Transportation required.
Please contact Mark or Ben at
929-7077 or 942-4620.
permanent, part-time sales person
heeded. Hardware or related expe-l
rience preferred. Flex, hrs, week
end work required. Good salary
potential. Apply in person at
Yarnell-Hoffer Hardware, Ram's
Plaza. 942-3500. Serious
HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY stu
dent assistant postion available.
15 hours weekly between 8-5, M-F.
Duties include processing collec
tion materials, required: attention
to detail, ability to do occasional
light typing and perform repetitive
tasks. Available now, priority given
to applicants who can work
through school year or through
Summer1990. $3.90hr with reg
ular raises. Contact 966-2111 or
Room 211 Health Sciences Library
for student application form.
Healthy, non-smoking volun
teers needed for a study of
the endocrine and immune
effects of stress and depres
sion. Involves two brief stays
4 days, 3 nights in the
Clinical Research Unit of the
North Carolina Memorial
Hospital, 24 hour urine col
lections, and blood drawing.
Males: 18-27. 46-50, 60
65. Females: 25-29. 4448.
Free physical exam and labo
ratory work. Free
EKG if over 40.
If interested, call Bob Ruegg,
MD at 966-7122. Please
leave name, age, sex
and daytime and
evening phone numbers.
HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY stu
dent associate position available
15-20 hours weekly bet. 10am and
5pm, five days a week. Duties
include typing and filing. Required:
ability to work accurately. Available
now; priority given to applicants
who can work at least thru school
year. Position starts at $4.50 an
hour with regular raises. Contact
966-2111 or Rm 211 Health
Sciences Library for student appll
cant form. AAEOE.
HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY stu
dent associate position available.
10 hours weekly with possibility of
more if desired. Preference for
some night or weekend hours.
Duties include data entry to OCLC
serials records. Preferred experi
ence OCLC. BIS. or database
entry. Available now priority given
to applicants who can work at
least thru school year. $4.50 an
hour with regular raises. Contact
966-2111 or Rm 211 Health
Sciences Library for student appli
cant form. AAEOE.
HEALTH SCIENCES library student
associate positions available. 2
positions each 10-15 hours week
ly. Required: willingness to work
some night, weekend and vacation
hours; one year experience in
library or with Job requiring public
contact and attention to detail;
ability to operate audio-visual and
microcomputer equip. Available
now; preference given to appli
cants who can work at least thru
school year. $4.50hr with regular
raises. Contact 966-2111 or Rm
211 Health Sciences Library for
student application form. AAEOE
HEALTHY WHITE MALE AND
FEMALE SMOKERS Ages 18-35
earn $50 for donating 450cc of
blood to be used for research. Call
HEALTHY WHITE MALE & female
non-smokers ages 24-35 earn
$50 for donating 450cc of blood
to be used for research.
HEALTHY WHITE MALE NON-SMOKERS,
ages 18-35. Earn $50 as par
ticipant in UNC Dept of
Epidemiology study of the effects
of environmental exposure on
blood and sperm ceils. Call 1-800-284-8244,
HEALTHY WHITE MALE SMOKERS
ages 18-35 earn $50 as partici
pants in UNC Dept of Epidemiology
study of th effects of environmen
tal exposures on blood and sperm
cells. Call 1-800-284-8244. 9-5.
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for part
time salesladies in local specialty
shop. Flexible hours, prefer senior
or graduate students. Call Patti at
LACROSSE INSTRUCTORS NEED
ED. Chapel Hill PksRec. Instruct
children (11-18 yrs) in basic skills;
officiate scrimmage games. Tues
& Thurs. 4:15-7:45 pm, 912
1019. Requires 2 yrs playing exp;
prefer 4 mos teaching exp. $6hr.
Apply immediately; 200 Plant Rd.
LANDLUBBERS RESTAURANT in
need of lunch and dinner waits.
Good money and flexible hours.
Apply in person.
LIKE TO IRON? Good! We don't
have time. $5.50hr. 383-1781.
MAC & MAGGIES Restaurant now
hiring students for part-time hours
day or night, flexible hours. Apply
at Mac & Maggies in Durham.
MAINTENANCE PERSON needed for
downtown sidewalk cleaning. 10
hours per week, early mornings
and weekends. $5 per hour.
Excellent for student. Available
immediately. Call 929-9700.
MONITORS OF Parking areas for
UNC football games. Excellent pay.
Call our personnel office in
MORNING ASSISTANT for pre
school needed. $5hr, 5 hrs.
weekly. University United
Methodist Preschool, 150 E.
Franklin St. Call 967-8867 for
NEEDED; ONE OR two males to be
lacrosse managers for 89-90 sea
son. If interested, see Coach
Klarnann, Rm 118, Carmichael
NIGHT COLLECTOR, Mon.-Thurs.
4:30-8:30 pm. Good communica
tions skills required. $6.03 pr.
hour. Call 966-3631, Ms. Sparrow.
NURSING, PHYSICAL THERAPY
and health related students. The
Private Care Program of the Home
Health Agency of Chapel Hill has
great opportunity while earning
money. Students are needed to
work as home health aides with
patients confined to home. Set yourl
own schedule. For more info
contact Denise MeMn,
Private Care Program, "929-7478.
OPENINGS FOR kitchen help at the
Carolina Inn. See Chef Simmons in
the kitchen. No phone calls
OUTGOING OFFICE-WORKER need
ed for light office duties. 10-15
hours per week. $6.00 per hour.
PAID MALE volunteers needed for
blood pressure study. 18-25
yrsold. Undergraduate and first
year gradmed students. Call
PART TIME typist sought Non-profit,
educational materials publisher
in Chapel Hill needs someone 20
hrswk to type instructional guide
copy. Experience with word pros
cessing helpful. Call Will
Grossman 942-8731. Salary nego
tiable. PART-TIME COOK needed.
University Babtist Daycare. 12
hourswk. Call Beryl Thornton.
PART-TIME POSITION flexible
hours, eves and wknds. Phone
967-7060, Uvin E-Z Furniture.
PART-TIME POSITIONS available
immediately. All positions avail
able. Apply in person at Golden
Corral, 1742 US 15-501 Business
pr phone 967-5314. Friendly atmoJ
sphere and great benefits.
PERSON WANTED to do routine
housecleaning. One timewk. 5
miles north of Chapel Hill.
PIZZA HUT is now hiring waits,
cooks, and hosts. We offer flexible
scheduling and competitive pay.
Daynight shift, full and part-time.
Please apply in person at 110 W.
Franklin St. and 109 S. Estes
Drive (across from University Mall).
RAINBOW SEEKING HEROS. WANT
ED: ENTHUSIASTIC, happy part
time employees to work for
Rainbow Soccer this fall. Needs
experience in all aspects of coach
ing and refereeing soccer.
Afternoons and weekends. Rec.
Administration or Phys. Ed. back
ground helpful. Please send
resumes to Rainbow Soccer, Rt.5,
Box 225, Chapel Hill, NC 27516.
READERS NEEDED for blind stu
dent. English and German majors
preferred. Call 933-5054. Leave
message: name, time, date, major,
year In school.
SALEPERSONDRIVER for Metro
Mobile Catering Service Tuesday
and Thursday, $70-73day. 967
8020 or 732-1907.
SALES ASSOCIATES, part time and
full time with young, growing retail
clothing chain. Excellent working
environment. Apply in person at
Great Mistakes 602 Jones Ferry
Road, Willowcreek Shopping,
SAVE OUR PLANET from nuclear
destruction, toxic contamination,
and the ruthless slaughter of ani
mals. You can make a difference!
Work with GREENPEACE ACTION,
the grassroots arm of the interna
tional Greenpeace movement.
Hours 2-10 pm. Part-time postions
available. Earn $175-300wk. Call
Chris at 834-6585 between 10am
SECRETARY II Strong emphasis
on service orientation and desire
to assist a wide range of people
and personalities. Also, typing and
related office duties. Start
$7.97hr; performance raises fol
low. Outstanding, full fringe bene
fits. Apply by Sept 14: Town of
Chapel Hill Personnel, 317
Caldwell St. Chapel Hill (27516).
SHOWROOM MAINTENANCE man
ager needed for Carrboro busi
ness. Hours very flexible. Usually
2-3 hoursday. Responsibilities
include cleaning, dusting, keeping
samples organized and updated.
$4.25hr. Call Jeanne 929-6981
or stop by 408 W. Weaver St,
STUDENT CONSOLE operators at
Morehead Planetarium. Nights and
weekends. Applicants interested in
continuous employment fall and
spring only, please. Apply in per
son at Planetarium Business
Office before September 8th.
STUDENT HELP: M & Thur, S6 pm.
Errands, laundry, light housekeep
ing, cooking. Own car, $5.00hr,
967- 2605 evenings.
STUDENT LAB help needed. 10-15
hrswk. Molecular genetics lab.
Science background required. Call
Denise or John at 966-6912 week
days only - after 10 am.
SUBSTITUTE DESK ATTENDANT:
Chapel Hill PksRec. Supervise
Recreation Center participants,
collect pool fees, provide informa
tion to the public. Flexible hours
and days. Requires ability to com
municate well, pleasant personali
ty. Must have CPR & First Aid with
in 60 days of hire. $4.25hr. Apply
by Sept 15: 200 Plant Rd. 968
SUBSTITUTE LIFEGUARD NEEDED:
Chapel Hill PksRec. Lifeguard at
our indooroutdoor pool, general
pool maintenance. Flexible hours
and days; regular hours may
become available. Prefer Lifeguard
Training; require Advanced
Lifesaving. Must have CPR & First
Aid within 60 days of hire. $5hr.
Apply by Sept 15: 200 Plant Rd.
968- 2784. EOAAE.
SWIMMING INSTRUCTORS NEED
ED: Chapel Hill PksRec. (3 avail
positions) Plan, teach & evaluate
Red Cross swimming lessons for
children ages 5-15. Tues & Thurs,
2:30-5:00 pm. Prefer Lifeguard
Training; require Advanced
Lifesaving, WSI. Must have CPR &
First Aid within 60 days of hire.
$5.50hr. Apply by Sept 15: 200
Plant Rd. 968-2784. EOAAE.
TELEMARKETERS NEEDED for part
time promotional work in evenings.
Great experience and perfect for
student schedules. $5.00hr to
start potential to earn up to
$10hr after training. Call 929
1413 from 1-5 pm wkdys to,
TELEPHONE WORKERS. No selling,
no soliciting for cash, just ask for
items everyone wants to give
away. Work for national charity
from your home, evenings from
7pm til 9:30pm. You can earn $5 -$10hr.
Call Mr. Michaels at 490
1444 between 2pm and 7pm.
THE HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY
invites applications for student
assistant positions. Primary duty
is reshelving materials, $3.90hr
minimum with regular raises.
Required: willingness to work
some night and weekend hours.
12 hrswk minimum. Continuation
of employment during spring
semester. Current enrollment as
UNC-Chapel Hill student. Positions
avail immediately. Request applica
tion form from Room 211 of the
library or at 966-2111. AAEOE.
TRANSPORTATION PLANNER II
develop, maintain computerized
travel forecasting models. Will
include data collection, develop
ment, and modification of trans
portation network and calibration.
Also, preparation of technical stud
ies to address short-transit plan
ning studies. Includes night meet
ings. Experience in transporation
modeling (both thoroughfare and
transit), transit analysis, data col
lection and anlysis are desired.
Also, prefer familiarity with QRS2
or TRANPLAN modeling programs.
Requires related bachelor's degree
(planning, transportation, or engi
neering), one year of professional
related experience; or any equiva
lent. Master's degree desirable.
Start $25,338 - $30,500; addi
tional 5 to 401-KK and min. 5
increase after 6 mos.; outstanding
benefits. Receiving resumes, appli
cations through Sept 15:
Personnel-T Town of Chapel Hill,
317 Caldwell St. Chapel Hill
27516 (FAX 919-967-8406).
VOLLEYBALL COACH needed for
Women's Club team. M and Wed
nights, 7:30-9:30. Please call
Sandee at 933-8525.
WANT TO MAKE $25hr? Too bad.
We're volunteer. But if you want
hands-on advertising. PR or mar
keting experience. We have it The
Student Part-Time Employment
Service, Union, Suite C.
Join the staff.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Full-time
desk clerk and part-time night
auditor. Come by and fill out appli
cation, 9-5, M-F. Sienna Hotel,
1505 E. Franklin St.. Chapel Hill.
WANTED: Laboratory assts for a
molecular biology lab. Approx 10
20 hrswk. $4.50hr. Call Becky
Be a secret
f in the
' - Call 962-0252
SJTJ for MCVISA orders
Carolina Union '
WE ARE looking for healthy
malefemales 18-35 to participate
in EPA air pollution studies and
help make the environment safe.'
Must be free of allergies, hayfevev
and not on any medication.'
Screening and free physical'
required. Fee paid. Call 929-9993,
for info and appointment.
WE WILL PAY you to deliver W
Village Advocate on Wednesdays;'
and Sundays. Both permanent and,
substitute jobs available. Call cirn
culation, 968-4801, weekdays dur
ing business hours. )0r.u
WEEKEND CALLERS NEEDEDfof
market research phone survey.-;
Sats 10am-4pm, Suns 4pm-lQpratl
additional hours avail. Come JiJ;
out an application or mail resume
to: FGI Phone Center, 700
Easttowne Drive, Chapel Htiu
$5.00hr. NOW PAYING upYtJo'.
$5hr for cashier and cook appjk;
cants. Full and part-time, all shifts
avail. Apply daily, McDonalds, 45-.
501 Europa Drive. Chapel Hill.
CHICK-FIL-A. University Mall. Pari':
time help needed, excellent
wages, free meals, $1000 scholar
ship program, have weekends off if
desired. Call 9680126. ! jo
IBM AT RTP has part-time manu
factwarehse postions for FULL?!
TIME students. 4 or 6 hour shjfts. ,
avail, on 2nd and 3rd shifts. Base'
salary Is $6.37hr with 10 shift
premium on 2nd shift and 12
12 shift premium on 3rd. Call ,
543-7051 bet. llam-lpm or beV
3pm-5pm for more info. ..-.
NOW HIRING Students for trie"
cafeteria of the Carolina Ino.
Flexible schedule, great hours;
come by and ask for Patti.
PAID VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Males and Females age 18 and
over with asthma on inhaled .
steroids for a paid Investigational
study. For more Information conr
tact Carolina Allergy and Asthma
Consultants at 787-5997, 493
6580, or 933-2044.
Interested in making money part;
time photographing people? No'
experience necessary; we train., If,,
you are sociable, have a 35mrrv
camera and transportation, please '.
call between noon and 5 pm, M:Fv
SY'S DELI needs lunch
restaurant servers. 7 dayswk. '
Flexible days and hours, perfect
for students. Call 544-2444, v'
before 11 am or after 1 pm.- '.-
WCHL Radio seeking Interns and
part-time announcers. Contact
Barry Richards or David Horn at.
942,-8765. . .. .;y.j
seeking personal care attendants...
Pays $4.25hour. Mornings
evening or weekend positions,
avail. If you have a couple frdej
tvours one or two morning o'
evenings a week I could use you.'
No previous experience required
You don't have to be medically ori
ented to apply. Call 929-9337 for.,
more info. ., .-
We can take VISAMC over .
the, phone! Call us at 962-0252.
ADORABLE 2 MONTH-OLD seeking
mature, baby-loving babysitter in.
his home. Experience prefereaV
light housekeeping, own trans
portation required, non-smoker.-Southwest
Durham. Call 544-'
BABY SITTER for occasional
Saturday or weekday evenings.
Adorable, bright girls, ages 3 and;
9. Must have experience and own'
transportation (near Landlubber's).1
BABYSIT MY one year-old, one" or
two afternoons per week, plus one
weekend night if possible. TeiV
mins from UNC. experience, trans-"
portation, non-smoker required
Call 490-2995. ' "
BABYSITTER FOR two great boys,
ages 4 and 7, one afternoon- 4
week. $4hr. Must have own car.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for
year-old at our home In Chapef-f
Hill. Nonsmoker, own transporta
tion, good pay, flexible hours. Call
CARING, RESPONSIBLE non-smoker
to care for my daughters 8 and
11 2:45-5:15 pm, M-F. Reliable
transportation, experience with?
children, and references required.)
Call 933-9855, leave message.
CHEERFUL. VERBAL toddler and
baby brother need caring babysit
ter wcar. One morning week
(Tues. Thurs or Fri) and occasional
eves. 383-5492 Debbie Fixen
CHILD CARE needed for 2 boys
ages 2 and 4. Any or all weekday
afternoons. Playroom and large
yard. Non-smokers transportation,"
references. Call 968-9987 eves.
CHILDCARE. USUALLY Monday and?
Thursday, 3:45-6:00 pm.
Occasionally earlier or different
day. 4 12 year-old boy, some drtv-4
Ing of older child. Reliable car, norv'
smoker, references. 929-6938.