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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1995)
Monday, Febmary 13,1995 Page 11
180 Printing & Copying
————J lag Recycling
02 Appliances 183 Religious
05 Bicycles 185 Rentals
10 Books 188 Tanning
13 Clothing 190 Tattooing
16 Computers 193 Travel
20 Furniture 195 Typing & Resumes
30 Jewelry ---
40 Misc. For Sale
45 Musical Instruments _
46 Office Furniture 200 Rides
Is Dh!!L c • . 203 Spring Break Trips
In 205 Career Events
is 210 Announcements
11 215 Meetings
70 Ticket Exchange 220 Greek Affairs
90 Vehicles_ 230 Student Government
a 240 Personals
245 Lost & Found
——————— 250 Wanted
100 Adoption 260 Fundraising
105 Alterations & Sewing
115 Bicycle Service
120 Bridal 300 Help Wanted
23 Catering 310 Child Care
Ion ?arne . 320 Work Study Jobs
]3° C eanmg/Laundiy 330 Summer Jobs
131 Cleaning/Households 340 internships
135 Computer Service ---
145 Gift Ideas
150 Hearth'&'Pitness 400 Roommates
153 Insurance 410 Housing Wanted
155 Instruction/Tutoring f|5 2^eSJp®nntt
165 Legal Services 460 Surnme^HnusInn
175 rholography 480 Vacation/Rent
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Home study approved. Loving childless couple wishes to
adopt newborn. Full-time mom and devoted Dad(an
adoptee himself). Offer your baby a lifetime of love,
laughter and security. Please call Julie and Bill anytime.
For Sale: Trek 8300 with Marzocchi Fork, Onza pedals,
T8' frame. Like New. $850, OBO. 477-3445, ask tor Kim,
New and used bicycles, expert repair on all brands.
Wheel'n & Deal n Bike Shop, 2706 Randolph. 438-1477.
MACINTOSH Computer. Complete system including
printer only $599. Call Chris at 800-289-5685.
Smith Corona personal word processor. $120 or Best
In house and off-site rental. IBM compatibles and
Macintosh available. Support and training on most pop
ular packages. Open weeknights and weekends. When
you need a computer for an hour, a day, a week, or a
month. Discounts with Student I.D. For more information
Computer Designs, Inc.
835 “S" Street
Selmer flute, silver head and body, open-holed, $450,
$25 each for 2 tickets Nebraska-Kansas Feb. 14. Must be
reserved in first balcony above floor. Call Omaha 339
Four round trip tickets anywhere in the USA. $225 each.
Call 484-8766, after 5 p.m.
***'88 Honda Civic, 3 door hatch, 5-speed, air, nice,
***'89 Nissan Sentra, 4 door, auto, air, clean. $3650.
- ***'89 Nissan Sentra, 2 door, 4-speed, air, sharp, $3450/
offers. Baer's Auto Sales 1647 So. 3rd. 477-6442.
A California couple with much love and security wishes to
adopt new bom. We can help with all expenses. Com
pletely legal. We can offer your baby a wonderful future.
Please call Linda anytime. 1-800-380-4728.
We offer counseling and adoption services to help you
plan the best future for you and your baby. No fees or
obligations. Statewide since 1893. Nebraska Children's
Home, 4600 Valley Rd. Suite 314,483-7879.
Wanted: 100 students to lose 10-29 bs. New metabolism
breakthrough. Guaranteed results. 477-3922
Star city academy tutors instruction in writing, computers,
& Spanish. Call 489-9228.
PREGNANT? BIRTHRIGHT is a confidential helping
hand. Free pregnancy test, please call us for appoint
Resumes By Ann
Quality resumes, professional writers. Over 14 years
experience, proven results. 464-0775.
Professionally typeset and laser printed. $15 plus tax.
Daily Nebraskan, twamnl of Urn Nabraaka Union
Sears Resume Service
Experienced professional writer. Gateway Mall location.
10% discount with student ID, 464-9537.
Tuesday, February 14. is the deadline to sign up for
Joshua Tree Rock Climbing. This trip is a must for dis
card climbers and beginners alike. Joshua Tree National
Monument is considered one of the best climbing spots
in North America, offering climbs of varying difficulty,
ranging up to 5.12 and 5.13. Don't miss out on this
incredible trip! Call Outdoor Adventures at 472-4777 for
GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICES ON CAMPUS!!
Jamaica. Cancun, Panama City, and Daytona still avail
able! Travel free-organize a group! Call STS at 1-800-648
Daily 34 Nebraska Union
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Yo, is disability part of your reality? Use your ability on the
career side of the street. Call or visit Keith, 472-9610,
Career Services, 230 NU.
45 Minutes That Could
Save Your Life!
A talk about HIV/AIDS with Dr. Jonathan Richmond of the
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), 7 p.m.,
Feb. 13, NE Union Ballroom. Sponsored by PERSUN, Chi
Phi Fraternity and Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority.
AG MEN LITTLE SISTERS
VALENTINE’S DAY SALE
Stop by and pick up a sweet for your Valentine to let them
know how special they are to you. From 9-4 In the City
Applications for the
Student Foundation Senior
are available at the
Office of Student Involvement
200 Neb. Unoin
300 East Union
Deadline. March 3,4:00 p.m.
ATTENTION ALL BUSINESS MAJORS
Discover the dynamic career that
can offer you.
Interested? Visit with our recruiters to learn more:
Monday, February 20th
7 pm in the City Union
Casual Dress - Free Pizza and Coke
(Freshman-Seniors are welcome)
Offers 4 year degrees, graduate courses, and non-credit
flightprograms. For more information call 402-654-3424
Know what Californians Know now! Never be 6 months
behind again. All the popular movies before you see them,
music before you hear it, fads, fashion, food, slang fun
facts & more. t(900)388-1010,Ext801 ($2.00 Per Min.)
CRUISE SHIPS HIRING
Earn up to $2200+/month working on cruise ships or land
tourcompanies. Worldtravel. (Carribean, Hawaii. Mexico
etc) Full time and seasonal employment. No experience
necessary . Call (818)705-3416 Ext, C701.
FREE FINANCIAL AID!
Over $6 Billion in private sector grants & scholarships is
low available. All students are eligible regardless of
jrades, income, or parent s income. Let us help. Call
student Financial Services: 1 -800-263-6495 ext. F57781
Earn to $12/hr+tips. Theme Parks, Hotels, Spas, + more.
Tropical & Mountain destinations. Call 1-206-632-0150
Are you looking for a summer full of adventure?! Apply
now for six weeks of leadership and challenge. WITH
PAY. For more information, call Army ROTC, 472-2468.
Beginning classes starting soon at Suzumejo Shorei
The Student Information Center has a list of tutors for
student use. Anyone wishing to be on the list either to tutor
or in need of a tutor, fill out an application at the ASUN
Student Info. Center, 116 Nebr. Union.
The last day to enter Men's. Women's, and Co-Rec
Flickerball is Tuesday. February 14. Donl delayl Enter
your team now. Call 472-3467 for more information.
I Malaysian Night ’95
Hot and spicy Malaysian cuisine is back! March I
4,1995, Saturday at 7:00pm, City Union, Cen- I
tennial Room. Tickets at $ 14 and $12 are selling I
at the City Union Booth, now!
Need some help? Tutoring in physics, DEQ, Statics,
Dynamics, Calculus, and Mathematics. 421-3536.
Tuesday, February 14, is the deadline to sign up for the
Outdoor Adventures Winter Backpacking trip. Donl miss
out on this great trip. Cali the Office of Campus Recreation
at 472-4777 for more information.
Wanted: Used CDs
Bring in your compact discs for up to $5 in cash or trade.
Disc Go Round, 50th and 0,486-0047.
Finance Club Meeting
Wednesday February 15. 5:30pm, CBA 118. Guest
Speaker: Mary Bills, Vice-President, Woods Brothers
Meeting will be Feb. 14,7 p.m., in the Union room 24 LL.
Sandra Fritton and Mindy Barnes from Madonna Rehab
hospital will be guest speakers.
Calvin and Hobb6S by Bill Watterson
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Crossword |Edited by Eugene T. Maleska No. 0918
1 Turning tool
14 Baseball fluff
15 Rail rider
16 Oiseau lifter
17 “Wise Blood”
20 Actor Berenger
21 French spa
22 Marriage and
23 Coins in Sonora
26 Spin a yarn
31 Fla. city
32 Female rabbit
35 “The Ballad of
the Sad Cafe"
39 Chicago Loop
40 Polar explorer
41 Maine, to
42 Miss America
43 Type of
45 Prop for an
48 What Chang
and Eng could
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
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49 Stage curtain
54 “On Boxing”
57 Valuable African
59 A river at Lyon
1 “My-- Foot”
2 Woody’s son
3 Heavy steppers
5 One of the
6 She rivaled
8 Black, to Blake
10 Noted Georgian
it Utah mountain
13 Towel marking
16 Bacchante’s cry
24 Lugs of jugs
25 Home to
27 Catchall abbr.
26 Like milady’s
31 Actor Sharif
36 Bomb device
34 Medici in-law
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37 Close by
38 Ogle’s cousin
42 Male hawk
43 Wind or twist
44 Bits of gossip
48 Money recipient
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4a Not in harmony
49 Bihar attire
50 Amerind of
55 Mehitabel, e.g.
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