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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1996)
02 Appliances 400 Roommates
05 Bicycles 410 HousingWanted
10 Books 420 Rooms/Rent
13 Clothing 430 Houses/Rent
16 Computers 440 Duplex/Rent
20 Fumrture 450 Apartments/Rent
30 Jewelry 460 Summer Housing
40 Misc. For Sale 470 Mobile Homes/Rent
45 Musical Instruments 480 Vacation/Rent
46 Office Furniture 490 Homes/Sale
50 Pets -
55 Photo Equipment
60 Sporting Goods -?-—
65 Stereos/TVs 500 Adoption
70 Ticket Exchange 505 Alterations & Sewing
80 Vehicles 510 Automotive
515 Bicycle Service
200 Rides 528 Child Care
203 Spring ftaak Trips ^ Cteaning^Uundry
205 Career Events HI
210 Announcements “5 ^omputerService
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££ r.JTli.ir. 545 Gift Ideas
Personals 553 Insurance
^PtnrtBB* 555 InstructiorVTutoring
Engagements 558 Job Placement
245 Los! A Found 560 Lawn care ~
250 Wanted ' 565 Legal Services
260 Fundraising 573 Music Exchange
270 900 Numbers 575 Photography
- -- - 578 Pregnancy
* . 580 Priming & Copying
310 Chid Care 5M Tanning
320 Work Study Jobs 590 Tattooing
330 Summer Jobe 593 Travel
340 Internships 595 Typing & Resumes
$3.25 par day for 15 words on individual student
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00s For Side
Killer deals on leftover wheels. XT/LX equipped bikes at
$525. Whoa! That is low. Everything you need to ride all
winter. Bikes, clothing, packs, hats, and gloves. Great
Christinas gift items too.
27th & Vine
WE BUY, SELL, TRADE USB) AND NEW COMPUTER
EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS LABTOPS
Used l^^s yi^lBlvrs tonTi $299. Special bundle; Compaq
HP Deskiet 520 printer, $150 060. In good working con
Engagement ring with wedding band. Marquise with ba
guettes, 1/2 carat, like new, 420-5451 or 472-7411.
1995 Ninga 500. 600 miles with helmet $3400.1991 550
Kawaskyet ski stand up with high performance $2200.
Top of line painting air brush set. Never used. Best offer
423-9138 after five
Sold Dnsnmer wanted for local band with national release.
tf no answer leave message 467-3788_^
AKC S. Husky, male puppy, white, shots, wormed, paper
Cable descrambler kit, $14.95. See ALL the channels! 1
VCR w/remote $85; efoo, COLOR TV excellent $75; call
8 Big 12 tickets, seated together; Face value/best offer.
For Sale .BigTwetve Championship game tickets 2 sets
FOR SALE: CU/NU ticket East Stadium. Call 477-9157.
Season Tickets at Lied Center.$150 or best offer. Can 515
DON’T BE LEFT OUT!
Limited space to CANCUN & JAMAICA from $399 per
person. 7 nights/8 days! We offer the best drink specials
and private parties around. Also, we have packages to
Daytona Beach & Panama City from $120. Student Travel
Services - Call Mike at 438-8185.
Maybe you didn’t do the work you were capable of in col
lege but don’t make the same mistake when you look for
Guarantee yourself an ‘AV in your job search, send for
FREE job search tips and 25 challenging interview ques
tions prepared by human resource professionals!
Maximum AdvanEdge, Inc.
9457 S. Univeristy Blvd.
Highlands Ranch, CO 80126
Pilot Ground School Courses now forming for Spring Se
mester. See the class schedule or call 472-4432 for more
DEAD WEEK POLICY
Bring your questions or complaints to the
Room 115 Nebr. Union
or call 472-2581
DISC GO ROUND
WE BUY & SELL USED CD’S
UMd CD's, $5.9947.99.
T-shirts, posters, Imports, hacky sacks, music
books, song books end CD towsrs.
New CD’s $11.99412.99
DISC GO ROUND
50th and 0,486-0047. _
Men’s, Women's, and Co-Rec Bowling will take place on
Friday, December 6, Saturday, December 7, and Sunday,
December 8 at the East Campus Union Bowling Lanes.
No advance entry is required. Call 472-3467 for more in
NASA Space Grant
Award range $250-$2500. Research, course work and
flight options available. Available to students pursuing sci
ence, math, technology or aerospace relatea fields. Appli
cations available at Neihardt Residence Center Room
2113. Deadline is Dec 13th. For more info call 472-4432.
. “Gambling on College
The Fraternity of Phi Gamma
Tuesday, Dec. 10
This event win be covered by the national and print
Arts & Sciences Student Advtspry Board wM meet at 6:00
Sunday in the Union. Bring your Christmas spirit!
Attention: RTC students. Info meeting December 10 at
3pm, Henzlik lounge. HIV elementary educators.
Pi Sigma Alpha/s
Final meeting of the semester Dec. 9th in Nebraska Union
at 4pm. New member initiation and guest speaker, Secre
tary of State Scott Moore. All Political Science Majors/Mi
nors are invited.
1996 Christmas Formal
Congratulations, KammiKarsting and Kevin Beck, on your
Love, Your Sisters
Friday, December 6,1996
Thanks for coming ovet^dh^p^g us decorate our house.
Have a merry Christmas!
Thanks for the speaker—it was a real ’sleeper'!
Love, the Laaies of Phi Mu
IFC overall rush chair and public relations applications are
now available in IFC. They will be due January 17th.
Congratulations to our new 1997 officers:
President - Liz Going
Programming - Amy Klein
Social Standards - Molly Smith
Frat. Ed. - Nicole Sibert
Membership - Lindsay Peterson
Finance - Barb Klein
Foundations - Sara Newton
Panhellenic - Karey Vering
Communications - Carrie Vincent
Crews - Altie Taylor
Activities - Stacy Schukei
Social Events • Emily Wilson
Pledges - Angie Johannes
Awareness - Amy Peek
Finance Asst - Megan Mardock
House Management - Heidi Nordhausen
Rush - Katie Johannes
Sponsorship - Charity Christline
Scholarship - Michelle Brosnan
Anchorspiash - Brit Koiste
Honor Board - Nora Shepard
Congratulations to the newly elected FarmHouse officers:
President: Rick Grady
Vice President Russ Ripa
Pledge Ed.: Blake Reigert
Business Manager Clark Jensen
Treasurer Matt nmm
Secretary: Sam Beveridge
Social: Tony Lanham
Rush Supervisor Matt Luth
Rush Chairs: Jesse Sitz/Jess Swetey
Assistant Pledge Ed.: Jason Scirindter
ocnotamp. nyan isoon
Alumni Relations: Erik Hoegameyer
IFC Delegate: Ben Aken
Asst Treasurers: John Rutledge'J.P. Rhea
Maintenance Manager Dave Owens
Asst Maintenance: Nats Larsap
Asst Social Chairs: Mark Shi elds/Adam Anderson
Philanthropy: Ben Aken
Special Events: Travis Edeal
Critic at Large: Erik Hoegemeyer
Public Relations: Jon Spurgin
Kitchen: Nate Larsen
Adriatic: Jon Spurgin
Conclave/Historian: J.P. Rhea
Chaplain: Ben Buethe
Song: Jesse Sitz
The men of Phi Gamma Delta would like to say Congratu
lations to our new officers:
Grand Puba - Scott Erickson (Holding an office for a record
4th straight year)
Guardian of Rear Entry - Tmn Logeman
Guardian of Frontal Entry by a backdoor man - Dave
V.P.’s Social Embezzlement - Scott Hazuka, Tony
V.P. Poor Sorority Relations - Jay Pohlad
V.P. Boring Storytelling - Rich Saunders
V.P. Girlfriend Rodeo - Chad Travis
V.P. Stomach Enlargement - Constance Jones
V.P. Keeping the Peace with Stomach Enlargement V.P. -
V.P. Prevention of Couch Levitation - Andy Webb
Winter Formal 1996
Thanks for coming over for theomner exchange last Mon
day. We’U dine with you any time!
Student Court and
Nebraska Union Bd.
Positions open on both Student Court (for the’96-’97 year)
and on the Nebraska Union Adv. Bd. for term beginning in
Applications available at 115 Nebr. Union. Dec. 13.
FOUND: Keys, on Vine St, between 17th and 23rd. 11/
25. Claim at DN.
French tutor wanted. 423-3111.
$ $ * $ $
Maiinn'ff IgflfltfK1 ff fXPflP#K| thfr
department in Uncoin/Omaha. We are seeking top quality
representatives to markot our servicos.
^ItOWO - $19,000 salary
• Greet commission and O.T. plan
•Full benefits package
• Room for advancement
If you have the desire for success cal 477-0303 to set up
an Interview! Ask tor Jason.
$6.00 hour to start
Bus person two or three nights a week 5pm-11pm. Tam
O'Shanter 105 S. 25th, no phone cals
$ Information Technology
Help with bttngs, accounts receivable. Requires computer
experience. Need high degree of accuracy with numbers,
deni, and keyboarcitg7l5-20 hours per week. Cal Betty
Ful and pert time that shift work. $6-$8 hour. Cal Gary
Smith 479-1688for appointment
Attention: Nursing, Gerontology, and Human Sendee
Mayors, ran-ome ana lun-ome personal caregiver poet
Uons lor 6te efderty available. Competitive wages and ex
cellent benefits. Contact Doreen at Haven Manor, 434
Become a contemporary educator - a Monteesori teacher,
jsoldno a qualified canddats to sponeor in Monteesori
training 1997-96. Prairie HM Learning Center, esl 1981,
10 mlee south of Lincoln. CaN 438-6068.
ARE YOU AT HOME LOOKING
TO GET BACK IN THE BUSI
NESS WORLD OR IN SCHOOL
LOOKING FOR SOME EXTRA
FIRST BANK WANTS YOU!
First Bank NA, one of the largest and most progressive
financial services organizations in the midwest has im
mediate openings for part-time and peak-time Tellers.
Part-time schedules are from 20 hours up and earn com
petitive $$ based on your experience and offer a com
plete benefits package. Peak-time schedules are less than
20 hours and begin at $8.19 per hour without benefits. -
Responsibilities include assisting customers in conduct
ing financial transactions (deposits, withdrawals, advances,
payments, etc.) in a way that makes them feel good about
First Bank, making product and service referrals to cus
tomers, and accurately balancing a cash drawer.
Quaified candkiates are required to have a high school
rtplnwm nffydylwtS «nH prior r—hhanrifcvi^)f ctntofTttf
service/relations mrpartanre helpful. Good interpersonal
skWs and the abMy to work wel with customers are re
if you are interested in a chaftenging and rewarding op
portunity as a part-time or peak-time TeSer, apply at any of
our branches In Lincoln!
First Bank is an equal opportunity employer, dedfcated to
Affirmative Action and a (averse workforce.
Before A After School
Lincoln Parks and Recreation has openings with before
and after school programs working with elementary chil
dren. Openings to start Jan. 6,1997. Before School Hours,
7-9am, ($5.20-$5.4Q/hr). After School Hours 2:30-5:45pm
or 3:15-5:45pm ($5.00-$5.20/hr). Days Mon - Fri. Apply at
playground office, second floor. 1225 F Street, 441-7862.
BBT ~ ■
Individual needed to receive, soak and feed dirty
dishes into the dish machine, as well as unload
ing dean dishes and putting them away. Must
have manual dexterity and ability a to lift up to
PT evenings and weekends
FT days (M-F)
Responsible to set up, maintain and trouble shoot
audio-visual equipment tor the Bryan Conference
Center and meeftngs room. Primary responsibili
ties will be in theevenings and weekends. Inter
acts with internal and external customers to in
struct personnel on equipment usage. Second
ary responsibilities may indude assistance in
registration, catering and room sat up changes
eotape programs. Ability to set up and trouble
shoot conference equipment Videotaping and
editing experience. Requires any combination of
training and/or experience that will allow the In
cumbent to preform the listed duties.
PT 8 hrs. per week (evenings and weekends)
Please submit resumerappacaSon or cad:
1600 South 48th Street
Lincoln, NE 68506
JOB UNE: (402) 483-3696
Building Blocks Learning Center now hiring Assistant Di
rector. Elementary education or related field required. Ap
ply in person, 4805 South 16th.
Part-time position available to be responsible for the op
erations of the main frame computer systems and related
equipment to process information and data through the
various application programs and systems. Operational
knowledge of IBM main frame and CICS, DOS/VSE, and
VM/CMS operating procedures preferred. Six months ex
perience required in computer operation or a combination
of technical training and four months as a computer op
erator trainee in the hospital installation. Will work Fri &
Sat; 11:30pm-7:30am. Apply to Lincoln General Hospital,
2300 S. 16th Street Lincoln NE 68502.473-5291.
DENTAL ASSISTANT/RECEPTIONIST, TUESDAY AND
THURSDAY, 8AM-12NOON. MORE MORNINGS POS
SIBLE. WILL TRAIN. PLEASANT WORKING ENVIRON
MENT. CALL TO APPLY. 476-1954.
Earn extra Christmas cash NE Republican Party perma
nent part time, telemarketing position, Sun-Thurs, 5-9.
Contact Brian Hensley, Kris Nelson at475-2122, can start
ini,,, ,11,, Ini. ,
.Export Documentation Clark
laco, Inc., a manufacturing firm, has an immediate opeing
for a part tifne Export Documentation Clerk for 20 llexfcle
hnmihiniili niVUM. nim-fcmpiiririq irWmrmUnnar fwAfy
are invoiced shipped, and paid: that those payments are
reroive nnri vortflertpey rnmmisikmn. We insurance re
ports, and obtan crsdft inforamtion. Requirements are:
Clerical exporionca/traning or 1 year, knowledge of Win
dow* 96, Work, ExceiAotus; and the abtty to type 45 wpm.
Starting pay is $6.50rtv. Please apply at
Human Reaourca* Department
Hiring a child care provider. Good pay, great hrs. CaJ 435
1972 for an interview
Individuals needed to dean and service various areas of
the hospital to maintain a sanitary, orderly, and attractive
condition. Must be able to perform such tasks as mop
ping, dusting, etc. and be able to mows object weighing 50
pounds. Housekeeping experience preferred. Futi-timeand
fima .1^. Mjawbiw mmIIaKIa uJU. a.i, .tL | a
pan-time aay ana evening poenvons avanaoie wnn nexiDie
Scheduling. Apply to Lincoln Genatal Hospital, 2300 S.
T6th Street, Lincoln NE 68502.473-6291.
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