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DAILY NEBRASKAN WANT ADS can be placed in room 34
Nabraaka Union. Cort it $.08 par word, $1.00 minimum.
Paymant In advanca only. No rafundt. Complimantary adt
may be run only if arror it brought to the Nabratkan't
attention the butinati day after publication.
Js NKim urn . '
Walnut vanaar compact
tereo-(Am-FM radio, turntabla,
tpkrt.) Best offar-call
Batt Plpa Shop in Lincoln.
Thoutandt in ttock. Cliff's
Smoka Shop, 12th & O.
160 barballt and dumball welghtt.
45 pound hunting bow and
arrows. Call 475-2241.
1968 PONTIAC TEMPEST 4-door,
6-cyllndar, ttick, air, original
owner, excellent condition.
io'Q Ford 7 Litre 2 door HT,
automatic, air, buckets, power
steering and disc brakes.
Purebred Dalmation Puppies for
tale. 489-2355 usually after 9 or
One pair Ampex speakers. 8" and
3". 30 watts maximum power.
$85. 466-0428 after 6 p.m.
1966 Chevelle New brakes,
overhaul, seat covers. Die-hard
battery. Good Uni-Royal tires,
Inspected two weeks ago. Must
sell $650. 435-5972.
G.E. Component Stereo system
with 8-track tape deck and Kosi
Pro-4A Earphones, 475-2114.
Must sell, $125.
'68 Volks Beetle, 36,000 miles.
Excellent condition. 799-2336.
Selling '55 Chevy. Everything new
Including interior and paint
$2500 Invested. School
expenses getting too great. Musi
(2) 13 inch rim snow tires, (fits
Capri, Vega etc.) Almost new,
$25. Call (112) 826-8681, a.m.
Leading Lincoln merchant hat
openings for evening work.
Excellent earnings. Car required.
466-9770, 2-4 p.m.
Wanted part-time key punch
operator, 20 hrswk. Experience
preferred but not necessary.
$180mo. Contact Gary L.
Lorenzen, Department of Public
Institutions, ,471-2231,. , , , . ,. v ,
Night Waitress Positions. Part-time
or full time. No experience
necessary. Inquire daily 2-6 p.m.
J.B.'s Big Boy, 27th & Vine.
.CONCERN Students majoring in
areas of human development,
social welfare, etc., who are of
legal age and can supply good
references. Invited to considar
program for adolescents with
special needs. Program requires
living together. Financial
assistance by contract. Apply:
Catholic Social Service for
scheduling of Interviews and
One 1953 Bunghole Bill: walks,
talks, watt, everything, jutt like
real. ,Uted, but in perfect
(shape) condition. Only $.25,
guaranteed or money refunded.
Call 475-7002. (Happy
Birthday, Bill, and I want my
Glrlt Need a place to live?
Communal living $50 a month.
2211 'E Call Mike 477-9456.
NO MIND-HAPPY 22II You're
Greatl LOONY BIRD.
Frank, you never should have
thrown Nellie out! Sheridan,
Claribal still loves you. For
more Information call
LOST-Blua 3-rlng notebook
containing loose leaf lecture
notes which fell off bika
somewhere between East
Campus and the Stadium
probably on Holdrege.
REWARD 434-3208 after 6
Savings on Travel Abroad:
International Student ID't,
Youth Hostel cardt, and Whole
World Handbooks on sale nowl
Overseas Opportunities Canter,
Afternoons in International
Interested In an International
Career? Discuss graduate study
opportunities with Mr. Allan P.
Welch, representative of the
Thunderbird Graduate School
of International Management.
Sign up at the Placement Office.
For Information on other
programs of International study
go to tha Qverseat
Afternooni In International
House (WRH) 472-2608.
EUROPE: The most economical
way, tummer '73. 7th
contecutive year) Write:
European Odytsey; 5640 E.
River Rd. No. 108; Minneapolis,
Want: College Trigonometry by
MarcusMine, Copyright 1971.
GRADUATING SENIORS-Plan to
Interview with Security Mutual
Life at the placement office
robert a. jones, consultant for the
WEDDINGS from $50,
PORTRAITS-2 8 x 10'sand 4
wallets-$16. Stan 489-491 0.
Efficiency apartment, air
conditioning, $85. Immediately
available. 912 S. 17th, Apt. C-3.
432-5469 after 4:30 p.m.
Room and board, $100 per month
in new facility. Call 477-9163
between 7 and 10 P.m.
Agent. Call after
Auto Tape Player Repair, Sales &
Installation. Team Electronics.
BANDS. CAMPUS BOOK
STORE at Yellow Door on East
Pregnant and distressed? Call a
friend ... Birthright 477-8021.
8 p.m. Toni Attell-Nebraska
8 p.m. Uriah Heep and Savoy
7 and 9 p.m. Foreign Film
8 p.m. -Wayne Cochran-Royal
7 and 9 p.m. Union Film
mm IM WmM
9 p.m. Union Film
Talk with representatives from
ACTION the week of Nov. 6-10
Sign up at the following locations:
City Campus: General Placement,
Urn. 230 Nebraska Union,
East Campus: Office of Resident
Instruction & Placement, Ag Hall
Anyone interested in the PEACE
COUPS or in VISTA can sign up now
or walk in Nov. 6-10.
is working hard
in Washington for
Here are some of
the things he's done:
Charley introduced a bill requiring federal
courts to bring criminal cases to trial within
60 days of arrests.
Charley voted to override Presidential vetoes
of Clean Water and Railroad Pension bills.
Voted against Lockheed loan and SST funding.
Charley voted for the $21.3 billion higher edu
cation bill to provide direct aid to colleges and
Voted for Gl bill benefit increases.
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your representative to Congress
from Nebraska's First District.
Paid for by Thone for Congress Committee. Lee Herman,
Wayne. Chairman; Virginia Laflin. Crab Orchard. Co-Chairman;
Ted Sick. Lincoln, Treasurer.
LANCASTER COUNTY JUDGE
a race where your vote can really make a difference
Ten men are running for County Judge - two will be elected. Here's why JEFF
CHEUVRONT is one of the two best choices:
one of Lincoln's outstanding young lawyers whose own
colleagues elected him Chairman of the Taxation Section
and member of the Executive Committee, Young Lawyer's
Section, Nebraska State Bar Association.
an attorney whose years of experience practicing in the
County Court have provided him with a maturity beyond
a graduate of the University of Nebraska College of Law,
whose exceptional academic record included Order of the
Coif and Board of Editors, Nebraska Law Review.
a lecturer on probate, taxation and estate planning;
part-time instructor, University of Nebraska College of Law.
a candidate whose concept of justice and concern for his
fellow man have earned him the respect of both his
professional and civic associates.
Make a difference on November 7th- put your vote where hit name 1st
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Paid tor by Cheuvront tor County Judga Committee. Dick Young, 2632 Rathbone Road-Chairman; Fred Kauffman. 2845 Manse -Treasurer.
monday, november 6, 1972
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