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All your glass needs. WINDY'S
AUTO GLASS 335 N. 23rd
Tropical Fish, Scuba Gear, Stereo
cassette deck, large desk,
complete twin bed, Contact
Mike or Teresa 799 3563.
2 Sony SS-5300 speakers 50 wan, 3
way 10 inch woofer, like new
$150 pair. 435-2961. Rm. 2202.'
Pair of Bass hiking boots, sie 10'a.
Worn once-Too small, must sell
Paid $55 Will take best offer.
1972 Ford Van, air conditioning,
automatic transmission, power
steering, paneled, carpeted &
Insulated. Ideal for camping
'72 Opel Rallye. Call 432 6996.
71 VW Superbeetle, New Michelin
radials. Great shape. This bug
ain't got the bug. Call 489-9873
or see it at 4121 Lenox.
19th & O.
1972 Honda SL 125, Excellent
Extras. $450. Brian, Rm. 801,
477-6081. Leave message.
1970 Kawasaki Trail Boss. 10 speed
trans. Excellent condition. Call
423-9428 after 4 p.m.
Trumpet & clarinet in good
condition. Polaroid camera and
set of encyclopedias in good
condition. 432-7252 after 5 p.m.
Part time bookkeeper-cashier.
Evenings and weekends. Apply
in person. Robert Hall Clothes,
Want femaie to live-in private
home. board & room, private
bath. Call 432-6297 after 5 p.m.
Laborers for concrete production.
Inland Concrete Company, 6300
Cornhusker Highway, 434-6384.
An Equal opportunity employer.
Part-time. Flexible hours. Days,
evenings, weekends. Call
Stephen M. Cary, Building
Services Contractor, 489-8592.
Need student handyman type for
year around part time work
doing residential odd jobs. Need
at least 20 hours weekly,
mornings or afternoons or both.
$2.25 hourly. Car necessary.
Apply Box 80069, Lincoln,
Delivery boy-for mornings and all
day Saturday. Must be at least
20 years old. Dittmer's Flower
Shop, 14th & High St.
Waitresses wanted. 11:30-1:00.
Apply Pershing Cafe, 1439 "O"
Need part time dishwasher.
Morning hours 7:30-10:30.
Ruppert's Pharmacy, 13th & N.
Night busboy position open. Part or
full time. Will train. Apply 3-5
daily. J.B.'s Big Boy, 27th &
Lost Sept. 5, female Irish Setter, 1
year old, 27th Si Holdrege,
423-8196, $40 Reward.
Dear Dianne, Now you're 20 and an
old maid. Love Bruce.
HELFMI I've been ripped off by my
landlord. This time I think he
ripped off my cat. Peter traveled
hare from Philadelphia, she's a
small, grey with black stripes
and a white chest and answers to
her name. A fantastic cat-she is
really missed... if you should see
her please call -Linda 472-3171
(days) or Phyllis (my neighbor)
477 1 780 (even.)
Export Math and German tutoring
given. Phone Karl, 432-6470.
Jewiny and alterations for all sizes
and shapes. Days only.
46 7 3332.
Il typing, office work. My office.
33r N. 23rd, 432 5795.
MEW LOCAT I ON -CATHOLIC
SOCIAL BUREAU-end of
south 14th Street. (4 miles south
from Old Cheney
Rc.:d) Personal or Group
Counseling by professional staff;
Marriage and Personal Counsel;
Adaptions; Foster Care-Children
and Elderly; Mini-courses in
Family Communications and
Thompson Hobby Store
3119 '0' Street
All trades, skills and professions
Students and Graduates
Higher pay, no taxes, travel to
Australia, Europe, So. & Central
America, Africa and So. East Asia
Write for our brochure:
Worldwide Student Opportunites
P.O. Box 1255
1075 Camino Flores
Thousand Oaks, Calif. 91360
There are many good reasons for enrolling in Aerospace
Studies 186 (Air Force ROTO next semester or considering
the Air Force ROTC two-year program. Some are listed below.
1. SCHOLARSHIPS: You can compete for a scholarship which
provides all tuition, textlwoks, lab fees, and $100 a month,
2. INTERESTING COURSES: Aerospace Studies courses are
? interesting and informative. You can use them to meet
elective credit hour requirements.
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FLYING: By enrolling in Aerospace Studies, (Air Force
ROTC) courses you can, if qualified, receive free flying
lessons and get a private pilot's license paid for by the Air
Force before you graduate from the
Taxidermy. Mounting birds, fish,
and small game. 477-3177.
Want to teach overseas? Come ask
us how. OVERSEAS
205 Nebraska Union.
Pregnant? Birthright cares about
you and your unborn child,
DORMITORY RESI DENTSI 1 1 1
Free Hair Care Clinics for men
and women. Presented by the
Lucille Duerr staff, we cut long
hair better try us you like
u s-Call 432-1 004 for
demonstration. We have four
downtown locations: Heads
Together Glass Menagerie; Hair
Care-1422 'O' St; Hair
Styllng-131 S. 14th;
Drive in-1 3th & K.
312 S. 27- Huge, remodeled, 4
bedroom, 2 floors, girls
preferred, utilities paid, $240.
No pets. 475-7504 or 489-3729.
Spacious one bedroom furnished
apartment. Utilities paid.
$150month plus deposit. Near
East Campus. 434-0847,
30th ii O.
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Now a complete new edition that
brings the original eight volumes
down to a compact four-without
omitting a single word
Discussions, often controversial, span
the theories of those who have an impact
physicists, biologists, psychologists,
sociologists, historians, and religious
Longer articles on major topics or
philosophers are frequently the equivalent
of small books, e.g., a 65,000 word article
on the "History of Logic".
The Encyclopedia does justice to every
period of Eastern and Western philosophy,
from ancient and medieval times to the
Recognized as the most lucid and compren:
work on the subject, it provides general
readers, students, and teachers of philosopi
with a highly useful reference not easily
available through other sources.
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