The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 04, 1972, Page PAGE 11, Image 11
T - Tfr r V doiluiidbirstofi v. DAILY NEBRAS KAN WANT ADS can be placed In room 34 Nebraska Union. Cost is $.08 per word, $1.0Q minimum. Payment in advance only. No refunds. Complimentary ads may be run only if error is -brought to the Nebraskan's attention the business day after publication. tiaouil ods FOR SALE Criterion 80's: $160each new. Sell for $95each. 477-3971, ask for Tim Glick, Admissions Bldp Electro-voice 1082, Garrard turntable, 5 inch speakers, Hitachi cassette deck. Best offer. 718 Schramm. 475 2276. Fender Precision bass guitar, sunburst, 2 yrs. old, $225.00. Ampex tape recorder, 3 heads, automatic reverse, 2 speakers, 2 mics, $175.00. 475-0137. BOOKS-AII Subjects. Cloth & Paperbacks Buy and Sell-LONG'S BOOK STORE, 905 'O' St., Lincoln, Nb. 68501. VW snow -tires, 2, 799-2336. as new. $30. CHRISTMAS TREES. Lincoln's Largest Selection: Norway, Scotch & White Pines. Large trees for fraternities, sororities and dorms. See early for best selection. FAROUK'S TREES, 48th & R. Used trombone in excellent condition. 475 6917 after 5:00 p.m. HELP WANTED STUDENT INTERVIEWERS NEEDED FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE SURVEY. GOOD PAY. NEED PEOPLE FROM BALI NE, LOUP, GARFIELD AND WHEELER COUNTIES TO WORK PART TIME OVER CHRISTMAS VACATION. CONTACT PETER SHOCKET 472 3218 or 434-4594 NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. LINCOLN RESIDENTS, Part-time office cleaning. Evenings & weekends. Year-round work. Excellent working conditions. Call between 2 p.m. & 8 p.m. 489-8592. Anyone interested in umpiring college baseball with past experience in umpiring, call 472-2480. 7 MEN NEEDED FOR PART TIME OR CHRISTMAS WORK. $2.20-$3.05HR. WRITE FOR INTERVIEW, PERSONNEL MANAGER, BOX 80124, LINCOLN, 68501, Part-time waitresses, day & night. No experience necessary. Apply 2-5 daily. J.B.'s Big Boy. 27th & Vine. Busboy's needed part-time. Day and night. J.B.'s Big Boy, 27th & Vine. Apply 2-5 p.m. daily. SERVICES Termpaper Arsinal, Agent. Call after 799 3541. Inc. Local 4.00 p.m. STUDENTS: Thinking of moving second semester. Let us help you look for that apartment or house. RENTAL GUIDE 1033 'K' St., 475-41 02. WATCH REPAIR-WATCH BANDS. CAMPUS BOOK STORE at Yellow Door on East Side. Pregnant and distressed? Call a friend . . . Birthright 477-8021. Do you need to rent a home or apt? Call Rental Housing 432-7671. Sewing and alterations. Call Pat Moore at 799-261 5. PERSONAL Ma, no more Roman Orge after shave. I want clothes from the Pit for Christmas. Brut-us. Hey Chump-Don't you have a keen sense for the obvious? I'm in like with you. Blah, Blah, Woof, Woof. Bette. Sid: Care to try for two million? I will if you do. L.K. "Want-lip of over MISCELLANEOUS Do you need a ride home for Christmas? Do you have room for someone to ride with you? SPECIAL! I Unique "Hitch hiker" match up column to be run in the Dally Nebraskan want ad section Dec. 11 Si 13. Run your "hitch hiker" on the 11th and get it In the 13th FREE Place in NU 34 by noon on the 8th to qualify Want ad hours: 8-12, 1-5 daily. SKI WINTER PARK & VAIL, Jan. 7-13. 5 days skiingl $87.50 includes: 2 nights lodging at W.P. & 2 nights at Vail, 4 meals, transportation via Sleeper Bus, Call Shari Busskohl 477-1449 or Steve Busskohl 435-9731 for reservations. College Credit PROGRESS DURING INTERIM SESSIONI Enroll now in an Independent Study course and complete a major portion of the work between semesters. Call 472-2171 or visit University Extension Division, 511 Nebraska Hall for specifics. EUROPE: The most economical way, summer '73. 7th consecutive yearl Write: European Odyssey; 5640 E. River Rd. No. 108; Minneapolis, Mn. Cliff's for Cocktails. Cliff's Lounge, 12th & O. ROOM & BOARD $45-1st month. $75 each month thereafter. Enjoy inexpensive off campus living with good food. Brown Palace 1900 B. 432-2583. Klosters, Switzerland, Jan. 5-13. $298 from New York. Includes: meals, accomodations, round trip air fare and transfers. Jann 477-5645. East Union interviewing for six committee chairpersons and six assistant chairpersons. Interested people should pick up applications and get more information in East Union. Interviews will be held on Sunday Dec. 10th. Chile socialism, federal tax programs scheduled Two special programs one on federal taxes and the other on socialism in Chile are scheduled for this week at UNL. John F. Nolan, former deputy assistant secretary of the U.S. Treasurer, will speak at the 10th annual Great Plains Federal Tax Institute Monday and Tuesday at the Nebraska Center for Continuing Education. Nolan will talk about tax reform. On Thursday, Markos J. Mamalakis, a specialist on the economy of Latin America, will discuss Chilean President Salvador Allende's road to socialism. The lecture will be at 7:30 p.m. in the Nebraska Union. The program is sponsored by the Economics Department and the Institute of International Studies. Mamalakis is an economics professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He is the author of several books. Singers plan traditional concerts The University Singers will present its traditional Christmas carol concert at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Cathedral of the Risen Christ. The Singers will be directed by Earl Jenkins and are accompanied by Margaret Emmons, a junior from Hastings. The Brass Choir and Brass Ensemble are scheduled to perform at 8 p.m. Thursday in Kimball Music Hall. That group is conducted by Jack Snider. "KB no JVJ CO- nr JVJ no UVJ ml lis Round-trip jet charter service Lincoln London - Dec 21 - Jan. ig $ yJ AM Rome or Athens - Dec.26- Jan. 16 : $2A Study opportunities n ENGLISH, MUSIC, TDURNAUSW, ED. ADM IN., ARCHITECTURE, GERMAN, POU.SCL, SOCIOLOGY, CRIMINOLOGY- VIA EOEMS10N DIVISION, ARRAHGEMHNTS MAY INCLUDE: TRANSFERS, LODGING, MEALS, ETC. SPECIAL OPTION" FOR ONE WEEK SKIING - SWITZERLAND PICK UP ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND APPLICATION AT UNION (UNL) Room 30. Room 250M I Lo BAIL HALL ASUN APPROVED ScoTT.RAiisi8oW december 4, 1972 daily nebraskan page 1 1 A . H.