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USHER GIFTS FOR WEDDINGS.
CLIFF'S SMOKE SHOP. 12th &
SonyTC-130 ttereo cassette
player-recorder; 12 tapat.
Perfect condition. $160. Call
1967 GTO 4-speed power tteerlng
vinyl top, $1000 or best offer.
1970 Triumph. 250 TR2SW.
Excellent condlton. $475 ph.
WURLITZER STEREO ELECTRIC
GUITAR, with cate, Ilk new,
1966 Yamaha 100-Twin. Vary good
condition. Excellent low cott
transportation. 475-8045, atk
1966 Honda 350 Scrambler. New
engine, mutt tell. Graduating.
1970 Honda CL360. Red. Rebuilt
engine. $650, 475-9148.
'63 Volvo PV544-Junklng Out. . .
Front tutpentlon damage. . .
Buy all or part. Radio, rime, near
new tires, battery, speedometer,
etc. Cheapll Call 432-2696
Evenings. . :
Tiret for VWt, Toyota't and other
mall foreign and American.
cars-Si 6.96 plut tax. Terms
available. Goodyear 1918 O.
Marantz 2245 $359. (List $450);
Garrard zero -100 entemble,
$149. (Lltt $230); Kott Pro
4AA headphone $42 (List $60).
All are unopened with factory
warrant). Evenings: 488-2610,
4 8" Mag. Wilt fit Ford. Cott $160
new. Will tell-best offer. Phone
after 6. 434-4827.
Green Dun Buggy. Top & Side
Curtains. Spiffy Interior. Call
ENDS THURSOAYI daily
mmmm ri . . .
I i I fl ill
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Mli Si) II
489-1253 or tee m at 1700 S.
jobs--$11 6-$186 per week.
434-9564. Call after 1:00 p.m.
OVERSEAS JOBS FOR SUMMER
Australia, Europe, S. America,
Africa, etc. All profettlont and
occupation.' $700 to $3,000
monthly. Expanse paid,
overtime, tlghtteeing. Free
Inf ormatlon--Wrl te Jobt
Overseas, Dept. D6, P.O. Box
- 1 5071, San Diego, Calif.. 921 1 5.
Part time eve. & Sat I need 3 men
to ttart Immediately and work
thru summer on. This Job It
rout work servicing established
customer. Starting t el arias
$1.85hr. Transportation not
necessary. Call 467-1007.
Need gait to telephone for Jaycee
Discover Lincoln Coupon Book
NOW. Call 477-1013 today or
top by Room 610 Anderson
Girl to work evenlngt 5:30-9:30.
Apply In perton after 5:30.
Getting married In May? Subleese
our unfurnished apt. for the
tummer or tlgn new, one year
lease with the owner. Large, very
nice. But route to UNL, across
from Wesleyan. 466-2804 after
BOZO VILLAGE it now subletting
for th summer. Hurry. Call
Air-conditiomcr summer rooms for
rent. $10wk. 1235 N. 16th.
Phone 432-2444 or 432-0494.
Air conditioned summer rooms for
rent at Cornhusker Coed Coop,
$10 wk. 705 N. 23rd. Or phone
475-6796 and ask for an officer.
Mai contemporary gold wadding
band. Reward. Evening
EE major repairing TV and tellinq
used sets. Reasonable rates.
Pregnant? Worried? You have
friends who car at Birthright.
Need someome to listen who
carts-Crisis Health Aide:
WATCH REPAIR All
maket-lncluding tlmex. 2-3 day
Bookttore-at the yellow back
door. 13th & R St
Haavan It not at good at prison, but
I guess it will have to do.
Items mutt be submitted to the
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Insertion In Short Stuff. Items mutt
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General meeting announcement
will be used In Up and Coming
There will be a roller skating
party for the visually
handicapped from 6-8 p.m.
Student Y tpontorlng old-time
Soup Kitchen. Sundey nite 5-7
at U.M.H.E. Lot of toup, breed,
cake and coffee for only a
We beMeve "Muff" Jantey might be
a Narc. She may have butted tlx
people. BEWAREI I
GO TO EUROPE THIS SUMMER.
LIMITED NUMBER OF SEATS
RM340 UNION NOW.
Elkhorn River Weekend Cano
Trip. Single or group Bookings,
April 17 at the Holiday Roller
Rink, 56th and Highway 2.
Any business administration
student wishing to run for
Student Advisory Board may
sign up in the dean's office,
The UNL Women's
Synchronized Swimming group
will present its annual show,
"This is the Year That Was," at
8 p.m. April 13-15 at the
Women's Physical Education
Building. Tickets are 7E cents
'and may be purchased from
. any Aquaquette member or at the
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When people shopfora small cor, fhey look forsomeverysimpte
basic values. Oepencbbility. Economy of money and styte. Good mileage
and long life.
Those basics are our birthplace. The Model T, the Model A, fhe
first mass produced station wagon name a basic idea, and chances are
Ford built K.
Now to Ford Pinto.
' Pinto is as simple ond solid a smalt car as there is in the world.
And ifs priced tower than the three leading imparts; lower than its major
U.S. competitor. Yet it has every basic modern necessity.
A gutsy little engine that gets the same economical kind of gas
mileage as the little imports.
A solid-as-c-fock four speed transmission. Sports car steering.
A welded steel body with six cocft of paint.
Boll-joint front suspension, and a wide stable stance on the road.
Pinto is one small car that doesn't have to fear a superhighway.
And finally Pinto gives you comfortable interior leg and shoul
der room yet it's only Vz inches longer than the leading little import.
See the Pinto at your Ford dealer's. It's 40 years newer than the
Model A but it's still the same basic idea.
When y v f et back t basks, yon set back to FarcL
THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1972
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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