The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 04, 1991, Page 11, Image 11

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    Classified 472-2588
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FOR SALE U PriSiWcoovIno
====™1 1" " 68 Recycling
2 Appliances 72 Rentals
3 Bicycles 74 Tanning
4 Books 76 Tattooing
5 Clothing 76 Travel
7 Jewelry 80 Typing & Resumes
6 Computers - .__
8 Furniture NOTirFS
9 Garage Sales >UIK LN
10 MiSC. For Sale 100 Rides
12 Musical Instruments
13 0«ice Furniture ffiSSSSSSSs
\t SSr 1^G«airs
18 ItSf j^StudentGovemmen,
£ ^XChanflfl 145 Losf S^Found
20 vehicles 148 Wanted
SERVICES 149 Fundraising
22 Adoption —°BS
H {££5* 4 SeWnfl 160 Child Care Needed
27 Btovcle Service 160 Help Wanted
5o nS 162 Work Study Jobs
30 Cafering Surnrnw Jobs
32 Cleaning/Laundry 66 Internships
33 Cleaning/Households "inliCIVr
34 Comouter Service nULSl>t)
36 Entertainment ■'
38 Gift Ideas 170 Roommates
40 Hairstyling 173 Housing Wanted
42 Health & Fitness 175 Rooms For Rent
44 Insurance 180 Houses For Rent
46 Instruction/Tutoring 185 Duplex For Rent
48 Job Placement 190 Apartments For Rent
50 Legal 191 Summer Housing
60 Misc. Services 192 Mobile Homes For Rent
62 Photography 194 Homes For Sale
_198 Vacation Rentals
$3.00 per day for 15 words on individual student
and student organization ads.
$4 00 per day for 15 words on non-student ads.
$.15 each additional word.
$.75 billing charge. Personal ads must be prepaid.
Found ads may be submitted free of charge
DEADLINE: 2:00 p.m. weekday before publica
The Daily Nebraskan will not print any adver
tisement which discriminates against any person
on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, race,
religion, age, disability, marital status or national
The Daily Nebraskan reserves the right to edit
or reject any advertisement at any time which
does not comply with the policies and judgments
of the newspaper.
The advertisers agree to assume liability for all
contents of all ads printed, as well as any claim
arising therefrom made against the Daily Nebras
Writing an effective ad
Be descriptive. The more information you pro
vide the readers, the better your responses will be.
Begin the ad with the item for sale or offered.
Include the price of the items for sale.
Highlight the ad with larger type, boldface, art or
a box.
3 Bicycles For Sale
20“ Gary F»her Advance mountain bike. 1990 Model.
Four months old. $500 new. Asking $300 obo. 477-5318.
Lincoln Police Department notice of sale of unclaimed
bicycles and miscellaneous property. Lincolnland Tow
ing.410W. P St., December 14. 1991,10pm, no checks
5 Clothing For Sale
Leather jackets
G®™''9® black leather motorcycle jackets, sizes 38-54,
5139. Call 474-1716.
6 Computers For Sale
WANT TO BUY Macintosh Classic or Classic II and
Stytewrite printer. 476-2409.
8 Furniture For Sale
For sale: Twin bed and box spring. Call 435-4338.
.5 carat diamond solitaire, round cut, org $1,200. asking
$600 obo. 472-2766, leave message.
$72,000/Yr. 1-805-564-6500 E xt. GB10384 for immed late
response. -
Mens ski boots, black Raichle RX7. Used twice size 10V4
11, $100. Call David, 466-3210.
Own Your Own Home
For $1600 full price. Government agencies now liquidat
ing. 1-805-564-6500, ext. HQ 10384 for immediate assis
18 Stereos/TVs For Sale
Alpine. Crunch, Sherwood, Kenwood, high performance
car stereo equipment. Terry, 477-0864.
19 Ticket Exchange
One round-tnp ticket from Kansas City to Orlando $225.
Call 478-8696.
Open class round-trip ticket. May be used anytime in the
next year. Round-trp Boston/Omaha but may be con
verted to any fare of equivalent value. $300 obo. Call 435
8437, after 6.
20 Vehicles For Sale
'88Ma2daSE-5pickup. 5-speed. AM/FM Power steering
and brakes. 50.000 miles. Clean truck. S4450, offers.
Baer's Auto Sales. 1647 S. 3rd St. 477-6442
1986 Honda Civic. Three door Hatch, 4-Speed. Air, AM/
FM cassette Clean. $3250 offers. Baer s Automotive
Sales. 1647 S. Third. 477-6442
1984 Audi 5000S. Leather. Full power. Gray. 110K. Nice
condition. Runs well. $3000 OBO. 486-2933,
22 Adoption
Adopt: We wish to share our lives with a precious new
born. A young married couple offers a lifetime of love,
happiness, and security. Expenses paid Call Ellen and
Steve collect 516-568 9108
Single and Pregnant?
You dont have to go it alone—we re here to help.
No fees and confidential counseling. Statewide since
Nebraska Children's
Home Society
4600 Valley Road. Suite 304, 483-7879
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Season’s Greetings
Remember to send your friends and roommates
a “Personal” Holiday Greeting.
Come down to the Daily Nebraskan
(34 Nebraska Union) before December 13
to place your Holiday message.
I * ""1
The class abruptly stopped practicing. Here was an
opportunity to not only employ their skills, but also
to save the entire town. - 4 *
63 Pregnancy
PREGNANT? BIRTHRIGHT is a confidential helping
hand. Free pregnancy test, please call us for appoint
ment, 483-2609.
75 Tattooing
Body Electric Tattoos. Sterile conditions, casual atmo
sphere. Many designs —custom work. By appointment
only. 486-3141
80 Typing & Resumes
A Christmas Special!
Resumegift certificates Calltheprofessionals—Costello
& Associates at 483-7611.
Fast & efficient word processing—class papers & other
assignments. Call Mary 483-4010.
Resumes By Ann
Quality resumes, professional writers. Over 10 years
experience, proven results. 464-0775.
Professionally typeset and laser printed. $15 plus tax.
Daily Nebraskan, basement of Nebraska Union.
At my home, 15 years experience, have computer and
laser printer. For more information call Sherry 435-2465.
Word processing/laser printer. On carrpus Pick up/deliv
ery. $1.00 double spaced page. 467-5737.
100 Rides
Super friendly guy needs a ride to anywhere east ot the
Mississippi and between D.C. and Miami. Specifically
South Carolina. Will help pay for gas Desperate to leave
Dec. 20. Call 436-9564. Att: Kevin.
To Florida (Miami) leaving approx. December 19. Will pay
ALL gas. Leave message. 474-4228.
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110 Announcements
Arts and Crafts Fair
One day only. Thursday. December 5.10am-6pm Great
variety of crafts. East Campus student union, Great Plains
Attention Juniors
now has applications for new membershp. Applications
available from the CAP Office (200Clty Union or 300 East
Union). theCulture Centfr (333 N. 14) and Vice Chancel
lor GriesenS office (124 Admin.) Applications due Janu
ary 31. 1992.
Attention: “ART CLUB!”
First meeting, December 5 at Richards Ha*. 500pm,
Room 104. Any Questions contact Ken Maxwell at 474
0504 between 6-9pm.
Coming to the Pla-Mor Ballroom Sunday, December 8,
country/western Whiskey River Band, 8-12,6600 West O
St. Lincoln, NE.
Earn $10-15 per lecture taking notes for Jon's Notes.
Excellent opportunity for a Junior. Senior, TA or Graduate
Student. Note takers needed for the spring semester in
the following su"'
Criminal Justice
Political Science
Apply at Jon's Notes located in Nebraska Bookstore,
1300 O' 476-8006_
Final Notice
Deadline is December 10 to receive a refund
from the parking office for paid meter violations
issued after 6pm from August 17 to September
30. Contact the Parking Office at 1335 N. 17th St.
with proper identification and license numberfor
evidence that the ticket was paid.
Pizza Party 6:00 December 4. Downtown Valentinos.
Fitness Instructor Wanted
Males and females are encouraged to apply. Applications
are available at both 55 Campus Recreation Center and
32 East Campus Activities Building. The deadline is
December 13, 1991. For more Information contact Vicki
Hlghstreet or Dawn Mertz, 472-3467.
Questions on Oead Week Policy?
The only examinations that may be given during the last
week of classes fDead Week) are: laboratory practical
examinations, make-up or repeat examiniations and self
paced examinations. <•
The introduction of new material and quizzes are both
acceptable during Dead Week.
Stop in the ASUN office for a copy of
the Dead Week Policy
orcall 472-2581
With all the hype on HIV and AIDS now is the time to get
the facts! Dr. Tim Timmons from the Lincoln-Lancaster
County Health Dept, will be giving all the facts - old and
new - on AIDS and HIV. Thursday, December 5 at 8pm in
Room 340 Nebraska Union, sponsored by the Gay/
Lesbian Student Association.
Spring Break
Cancun or Padre
Save cash, sign up before December 15.
Call Craig at 423-3784.
Time is running out I All junior women, if you haven't
applied for Glamour's Top 10 College Women Competi
tion you won't be eligble to win: a cash prize, national
recognition and an all-expense-paid trip to New York City,
Applications available at both CAP Offices. Culture Cen
ter and WRC. This award is well worth your time and effortl
Free Movie, Free Movie
Waren Beaty stars in this mHe K\at has not yet hit movie
theatres. Come take a peek at the Lincoln Theatre.
Thursday, December 5. There will be free stuff given to
everyone who attends. Must have a movie pass to get in.
Passes available from the CAP office in the City and East
Golden Key
Officer elections,
Thursday 5:30pm
_In the Union.
Interested in running in the ASUN elections?
Parties are forming nowl
Sign up in the ASUN office so that you can be
115 Nebr. Union
or call 472-2581 for more info.
There's one available for student use
FREE in the Student Info. Center
116 Nebr. Union
Outdoor Adventures
in Devil's Ice Box near Columbia, Missouri. Leave 5 00pm
12/6 return late 12/7. For more information call Campus
Recreation 472-4777. Deadline 12/4.
Physiology Students,
Take a study break Friday, December 6 (6pm-midmght)
and go to East union for Party in the Plains. There will be
two movies "Home Alone" and "The 5000 F mgers of D r. T"
plus a cartoon short "Gerald McBoing Bomg.'pAlso,come'
dian/magician Tom Frank, caricaturist Brain Shellito, and
country swinging with Sandy Creek Band. (FREE Coca
The student Information Center is compiling a list of tutors
for student use. Anyone wishing to be on tne list either to
tutor or in need of atutor, fill out an application at theASUN
Student Info. Center. 116 Nebr. Union.
Wish a friend a....
Merry Fitness...
with a Campus Recreation Gift Certificate I Help someone
bring in the new year with payment toward a Fitness/
Aerobic class, an Outdoor Adventure Trip, Instructional
Class, and morel For more information contact Campus
Recreation at 472-3467.
115 Meetings
CBA Student Advisory Board
Last meeting of the semester today at 5:30 at the Culture
Center. Be there, free pizza!
Meeting Todayl UPC-Asian American Committee at Cul
ture Center, 3rd floor.
Calvin and HobbeS by Bill Watterson
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ACROSS 31 Plexus
1 Syncopated 33 Noted Indian
drumbeats novelist
11 Pass catcher 34 faire
Collinsworth 36 Abbr. on an
15 One-sided envelope
16 A Rodgers partner 37 Egypt s
17 Deliverers stone
18 Hungary's Nagy 40 fu,hor GaV and
19 As written Mus am, y
20 Alt « Footless
21 Axilla 43 Thea,er cnas
23 Young Guthrie 45 A'ouette s bill
25 Musical tones 4611 lS'in ld'za
27 “Deirdre" 47 Two jiggers
dramatist 51 Dropped a fly
28 Communicates a 53 Goa!
la sparks 55 Ding or dong
56 Crude shelter
58 Former
mining town
61 He, to Louis
62 Aleutian island
63 Return a P O W
to his native land
66 Via's kin
67 Crackles
68 Ltr enclosure
69 Rating
1 Neutron star
2 "Peer Gynt"
3 Gross
4 Porter relative
5 Venture
6 Romance lang
7 Hold back
8 Herdsmen
9 Gibbon
10 Lionized lion
11 Voice of
12 What we
watched o'er
13 Irk
14 Texans' toppers
22 Bodies' meeting
place in
24 Lubed the limo 37 Alcofribas 50 Most foxy
26 Mind Nasier'sreal 52 Harden
name cj uann
29 Cereal grass M ••The Mikado." „
30 Where to build for one „ ^ ...
houses 39 Plato was his Regretful Miss,
32 Autocratic rulers PUP‘' 60 Crafts'^
war 41 Author Deighton 60 ^rans
44 Hors d oeuvres companion
35 Last word in 46 N Y time in June 64 Hesitation
French toast 4«Tell sounds
36 Fabulist 49 Become uptight 65 Wee, smalt hr