The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 09, 1995, Page 11, Image 11

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Phi Beta Lambda
Meeting tonight, 6:30 in Union. Formal attire. State offic
ers speaking.
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Pre-Law Club
There will be a meeting Sunday, Nov. 12 at 7:30 at the
Union. Special guest speaker this time will be Federal
Magistrate Judge David Piester. Room will be posted.
Pre-Physical Therapy Club
Meeting Monday Nov. 13, 6:30 in the Union. Creighton
Director speaking. Sweatshirt designs are in. $5.00 dues.
Therapy Club
Meeting Tuesday, Nov. 14,7 p.m„ attheCity Union, room
posted, Please Pay Dues, $51
Society for Human
Resource Management
Meeting Thursday Nov 9, 5:30pm in the Union. Susan
Scott, President of Scott & Associates, will be speaking
about HR consulting.
Student Foundations
Meeting Tonight. New members 4:00pm, everyone else
5:15pm, See you there!!
Students for Life
Important meeting, new members welcome! Thursday,
November 9th, 7:30 Union, Room posted.
Support the Environment...not the Contract.
Thursdays in the Union at 7:30pm.
Surf’s UP!
Let’s go surfing! on the worldwide web. Pi Lambda
Theta is holding a spectacular workshop called Technol
ogy and the Creative Teacher with Dr. David Fowler.
Tuesday, November 14 from 7-9 p.m.
Teachers College Technology Center, Mable Lee Hall
rm 120.
Come surfing with us but be warned its addictive.
All education majors.
There will be a meeting Nov 9 at 6:30pm in Mabel Lee
room 262. Be ready to decorate afterwards.
UNL Model United Nations
Meeting Thursdays at 7 p.m. Room 334 City Union. See
you there!
Congratulations to Amy Meuller for getting into Teachers
College on your first try! You're awesome!
Love, Your Sisters
Congratulations to the new Deltas! Emily Bauman, Angie
Deck, Heather Geary, Courtney Gohl, Shelly Hardies,
Diana Khairolina, Alyson Kiefel and Molly Tompkins.
Congrats to the ADPi Blackshirts on their successful
"Reign of Terror". Who knows who will be the next victim
fraternity! Thanks to Grote our get-away-driver!
Cannondale to Kansas
November 10 & 11 1995
Congratulations to our wonderful sisters:
—Ann Marie Schultz on your acceptance into the Peace
Corp. and your assignment to Zambia, Africa for the next
2 yrs. Well miss you!
—Angela Coon, Erin Hamilton and Kristi Lankford on
being selected for Student Foundation.
—Angie Bring on becoming a UNL Ambassador.
We're so proud of aU of you!
Xi Love
Congratulations to these outstanding AOPi's:
University Ambassadors—Jody A.
TCAB—Kim F„ Addie R.
Golden Key—Leigh T., Jaime R., Ashley W., Erin G., Ann
B., Jen M., Brooke S., Kayla M.
Love, Your sisters
Thanks for the stress reducer Monday night. We'll have
study breaks with you anytime.
From the AXO's
Congratulations to Emily Millard on being a University
Ambassador. We're Proud Of You!!
Love your Sisters
Thanks for having a dinner exchange. We had a great
time! Thank you for the roses!
The Women of Kappa Kappa Gamma
Lambda Chi Alpha
W.T. Festival
Friday. November 10
With Special Guest: Secret Skin
Looking for hashers that appreciate good food. A sorority
at UNL 475-0232._
Philanthropy CAN IT FOOD DRIVE, November 6-12.
Please donate cans at your house.
Kyle K.
happy 22nd B-Day.
Your pal, Demitrus J.
f — — — —
FOUND: ID bracelet by Andrews Hall. Claim at the DN.
Congratulations 1994 National Champion Nebraska
Cornnuskers. Wanted: your national championship rings.
Please call collect (617)527-8922, 4-9pm EST.
Fast, Easy, No Investment Necessary. Make $500 in 5
days. Greeks, dubs, anyone!! 800-862-1982 Ext 33.
300s Jobs
{Entrepreneurs Wanted!
Exdting new business opportunity right here, right now.
Not flipping burgers, not door to door, not telemarketing,
simply something you’ll love while working your own
hours, determining your own wage. Call Toby, 434-3338
$port$ Minded
Competitive, energetic, team leaders needed for sales/
management positions. Excellent $$, 402-484-7339.
Airline Attitude
Looking for people with professional appeal and people
skills. *3-5K/month potential* Training and travel avail
able. Serious inquires only. 483-2293.
Assistant Managers Full and Part time. Must be 18 and
responsible. Apply at 48th and O, Little Caesar’s Pizza.
Athletic Types
Needed for exciting career in Health/Nutrition field. 2-4k/
month potential. 483-5892.
Body Builders
Health/Nutrition company seeking assertive and motivat
ed people to train sales team. Positive attitude required.
Can you play the Piano?
We have some excited children(lots of them) and a piano.
If you would like some extra $ and can share your talent,
call us. Hours are great. 438-3337.
Clerks afternoon and night. Apply in person at Mike's O
Street Drive-In, 22nd & O.
Custodial helper, 20 hours/week, 4-8pm, Monday - Fri
day. $5.25/hour. Call Farmers Mutual, Personnel Direc
tor, 434-8360. EOE.
Delivery Drivers
Full and part time positions available. Earn $6-10/hour.
Must be 18 and have good driving record. Apply at Little
Caesar's, 48th & O St or Capital Beach & West O.
EA SPORTS, the leader in sports video games is looking
for a motivated student to organize a campus video game
football tournament. Must have great organizational skills
and play sports video games. You will receive cash plus
reference letter and games. Stop by SEIC for more
information or call Eric Petersen @415-513-7175 or e
Earn $720!
If you are a nonsmoking male, age 19-40, you can earn
$720. Just two short stays plus returns. Call Harris at 474
PAYS to find out more.
East Union food service. Part-time hours available. Flex
ible schedule. Call 472-1731, ask for Kim or Shelley.
Fry cook and salad prep position, Monday thru Friday, 10
am-2 pm. FirsTier Building, 13th and M. Will train. Phone
434-1092 or in person, 8th floor. See Monica.
Make Money Now
Rapidly growing telecommunications business opportu
nity: flexible hours, no experience needed. This simple
program offers substantial earnings potential and can be
done completely over the phone from your room or
apartment. (402) 466-5005, M-F, 8-5.
Merry Manor School of Childhood Inc. is looking for a part
time afternoon teachers aid. Please apply at 320 N. 48th.
Models Wanted
Fashion and Commerical Print. Females from 57 and up
and males from 5'10 and up. Call between 1:00 and
5:30pm. 475-2768.
NE Book Company Inc.
4700 S 19th
We have a few openings, part-time day hours, inside
clean work. Accepting applications for now and semester
break. Call Mr. Egger, 421-0402. EOE
Now taking applications for full and part-time at Campus
Comer M & S and Kabredlos. Please apply at Campus
Corner on 17th and R.
Ogden Entertainment Services
Flexible hours
Show set-up and tear down. Other duties will Include
Building Maint. No experience necessary. Paid training
program for people willing to learn. Day and over night
hours available. Dependability a must. Apply Monday
Pershing Auditorium
226 Centennial Mall So.
Lincoln, Ne EOE.
Part-time nanny 2 days a week. Jan-April. Southeast
Lincoln. Must be non-smoker. Own Transportation. Ref
erences. 423-7279.
Part-time positions are available in the following depart
ments at Hinky Dinky, 48th and VanDorn. Some week
ends are required. Evening Sackers; Daytime and
evening deli, must be 18; Afternoon and evening floral
designer; evening Stocker. Apply at the Courtesy Booth
^ Early booking savings until Nov. 15,1995
Guarantied Lowest Price
Book early for the lowest price & best properties
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■ Nall biters welcome • Free repairs for regular customers
Expires December 1,1996 • 466-1603
Teacher Assistant.
Join our exciting early childhood program. 7-9am or 3
6pm. Also need sub6. Any days of 9-12:30pm. Little
Kingdom. 5100 Oid Cheney. _
Part-time assistant bookkeeper position available. Great
experience for accounting and business students. Apply
within: Excel Computers, 5581S 48th, Mon-Fri 9am-6pm.
Part-time salesperson needed for women's clothing de
partment. Must be able to work evenings and weekends.
Apply in person at Lawtors Sporting Goods. 5500 S 56th.
Phone Volunteers Needed
Excellent experience for Human Service majors. Lincoln
Personal Crisis Service will hold a one-day volunteer
training session. Saturday, Nov. 18 from 9am-4:30pm at
Trabert Hall, 1st floor conference room, 2202 S. 11th St.
To register call 475-5171, leave your name and phone
PT Service Assistant
Duties include:
‘Assist with customer inquiries
‘Distribution of the newspapers
‘Carrier training
You must be at least 18 years of age or older, have reliable
transportation with liability insurance and a good driving
record which will be checked. Starting pay is $5.75-$6.00
an hour plus mileage reimbursement. Hours available:
Monday-Friday 2:30am-6:30am
Saturday & Sunday 2:30am-6:30am.
CALL TAM1E AT 476-6100.
Supplemental Instruction
Two positions opening for spring 1995 for leaders of
voluntary study groups in Biology 101 and History 100.
Applicants must be undergraduates who have recently
completed either of the above courses successfully (re
ceived an A), and are interested in showing other students
how they too can succeed. Ten hours per week, $850 for
the term. Obtain applications at Division of General
Studies; Administration 33. SI positions provide valuable
experience for majors in these areas or for education
majors with solid understanding in these areas. Recom
mendation from the relevant teacher is a big plus. Apply
by 11/15/95.
Join us by Monday to earn a $100 hiring bonus. Fastest
growing firm where the work environment is stimulating
and fun and where YOU CAN MAKE BIG BUCKSI
Starting with a guaranteed $6.50 rate, you can earn $8.50
with good performance. We also offer paid training,
awesome non-cash bonuses and flexible hours. In all. a
great part-time position—see for yourself
Apply in person or call Jane. EOE.
Suite 304 Golds Galleria
Two part-time positions available working in Dental Lab.
M-F, 5:00am-7:30am, 2pm-6pm. No experience neces
sary. Will provide training. Close to Campus. Apply in
person at 125 S. 9th.
Experienced kitchen help wanted, Lunch. Competitive
wages. Apply now at 808 P St.
Health/Beauty Co looking for outgoing, energetic people.
Serious $$$. 484-7339.
"Flexible Hours"
Work study students needed at city/east campus librar
ies. Day, evening or weekend hours. $4.60-$4.85/hr.
Apply at Love Library, Rm. 108,472-3963.
400s Housing
2 bedrooms in 5-bedroom house. Available between now
and semester. $165/month + 1/5 utilities. 476-6384,
Female roommate needed to share a 2-bedroom apart
ment close to East Campus. $220 +1/2 utilities. Call 466
4839. _
Female roommate needed for 6 bedroom house. Close to
c|mpus. Washer/dryer, dishwasher. $189+utilities. 477
M/F nonsmoker roomate wanted to share 2-bedroom
apartment. Indoor pool, sauna, whirlpool, weight room.
$267/month+1/2 utilities. Call Loren 420-1487.
M/F. Huge 5-bedroom duplex. 2 bath. A/C, washer/dryer,
dishwasher. $172.50 + deposit. Available 12/1. 475
Male roommate, no pets/smoking. Washer/dryer, nice
house, off-street parking, 483-1476.
Need responsible, dean, nonsmoking male to share nice
3-bedroom duplex between campuses. W/D hookups,
garage, central air, $200 + 1/3 utilities. 435-5576.
Roommate needed to sublease spacious 3 bedroom
apartment. Close to campus, $220 + 1/3 utilities. Call
Brian 438-6201.
Roommate needed to share 4-bedroom house near cam
pus. Available Dec. 1. $175 + utilities. 435-3168.
Roommate needed. Five bedroom house in Capital
Beach area. $193.75 plus 1/4 utilities. Move in anytime.
435-8769. _
Roommate Wanted. One block from UNL Campus, $195+
utilities. Call 435-1902.
1427 N. 21st. Real nice 4-bedroom. 2 full baths. Parking.
Near campus. $675. 432-0644, 432-6644.
2832 Dudley. Very nice 4-bedroom, near campus, park
ing. Available Dec 1, $650. 432-0644, 432-6644.
4 bedroom, 2 bath, AC, Dishwasher, W/D, between
campuses. Available 12/1 or 1/2, $695. 423-1535.
1127 N 30th, New 2-bedroom, C/A, dishwasher, Washer/
Dryer hookups, $500+deposit. Available 11-1,488-2094.
New 3 bedroom 2 bath duplex, 5 minutes from downtown.
Ind. garage. N/S, no pets. 475-2323._
2504 VINE: 1BR, lower level, new carpet. Heat pd. $350.
Available now. Also...
TOP FLOOR: Sharp peach decor, ceramic floors. $350.
2BR: 1-bath, middle floor, modem grey colors, huge
bedroom, walk in closets. Available now. $450.
2627 VINE: 1BR studio, PERFECT. Heat pd. $265.
1121 N. 28th: Huge 1BR, all apple’s, heat pd. $350.
4300 CORNHUSKER HWY: 1 & 2BR’s, various floor
plans. Sharp apts. Great location. $350-$520.
(Close to Union College)
4537 PRESCOTT: Spacious 2BR, 2Ba's, stone frplc,
available now. $450. Garages available.
Cherry Hill Management
1107 L St. Lg studio, newly remodeled, heat pd., safe
downtown location - only $280. Phoenix Proprerties 474
2 bedroom, located between campuses. onbfce and bus
routes, private entrance, utttties paid, free cable, off street
parking, semi-furnished, S430/month, 474-2181.
$100.00 SPECIAL
Could you use some extra cash? H you qualify & rent a 1
or 2 BR unit, from $314, well give you $10011 640 S. 20.
2221 S St. New, 2-bedroom, 2-bath, dishwasher, micro
wave. Close to campus. $495. Call 438-4514.
2726 Dudley, Newly remodeled One-bedroom apart
ment, $240/month + utilities, deposit required, Between
both campuses. Call 789-7500 or (Cell)432-7575.
3-BR apartment available December 1st Claremont Park
Apartments. Call anytime 477-9364.
One, two & three bedrooms available, $225-$550
Management One 477-2600
Apartments on Campus
I & 2 bedrooms available. Nonsmoking, laundry, guaran
teed parking, secure access, UNL shuttle stop. $425-475
per month. 477-6578.
Colonial Heights
One-, two- and three-bedroom apartments available.
Tanning bed and indoor heated pool. 421-3070.
Cozy On Up To A
Nice Warm Fire at
Willowhaven Apts.
Now available, 1 & 2-bedroom apts with fireplace or
woodbuming stove and fully equipped kitchen.
Call Now 476-6200
Efficiencies and one bedrooms. Near campus. Secured
building. $225-$275. No pets. Call 477-3648.
Efficiency apartment close to city campus. $225 heat, gas
stove, water paid. Call 477-4490.
Large 2-bedroom, fireplace, deck, close to East Campus.
$445+ utilities, 474-3180.
Nebraska Center
Would you like to work six days a month and live on
The Nebraska Center can help!
The Clifford Hardin Nebraska Center for Continuing Edu
cation is seeking responsible students to live at the center
and provide night security.
Position includes providing security for the center and
hotel guests and hotel desk duties as needed. Hours are
II p.m. to 7 a.m. one weekday night per week, plus
rotating weekend shifts (average of six, 8-hour shifts per
month). Additional on-call hours are available. Pay is
$5.86/hour for an estimated 48 hours per month. Training,
uniforms and equipment are provided. This is a year
round employment and housing opportunity.
Housing is a one-room efficiency unit in tne Nebraska
Center. The unit includes private bath, large closet, and
some furnishings. Rent is $255/month plus $100 deposit.
Cable TV hookup with HBO is furnished. Long-distance
telephone service is available. Meals must be purchased
through UNL dorm plan. The Nebraska Center is on the
bus route to City Campus.
If you’d like to:
*Work with a variety of people.
*Work six nights a month.
‘Live and study on campus year-round.
*Work around your schedule.
Call today! 472-3820
To apply, contact Kelly Clark, director, Clifford Hardin
Nebraska Center for Continuing Education, 33rd and
Holdrege streets, Lincoln, NE 68583-9700. Phone: 472
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is an AA/EO employ
Pine Tree Apartments—1st & Adams. 2-bedroom
$460-6480, 3-bedroom $625. Embassy Park Apart
ments—31st & Old Chenney. 2 & 3-bedroom, $480
$645. No pets. 483-1130,483-6057.
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