Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 12, 1980, Page 10, Image 10

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    CLASSIFIEDS
686-4343
CLASSIFIED ADS CAN
BE PLACED AT
OOE OFFICE 300 EMU
UO BOOKSTORE STAMP COUNTER
EMU MAIN DESK
DEADLINES: Ads must be in by 1 PM the day
betore publication Ads that are to appear in
Monday s paper must be in by 1 PM Friday
PAYMENT: All ads must be paid lor in advance
unless a tutting agreement has been established
with us
RATES: Fiates are 10 cents per word tor the first
day and 8 cents per word tor consecutive days
the ad is run without change
$1.50 Minimum lor first Insertion
$1.20 minimum lor consecutive insertions
There is no refund lor ad cancellations.
The OOE cannot be responsible tor more than
one day s incorrect advertising insertion It your
ad appears incorrectly, call 686-4343 betore 1
PM lor correction in the next day s issue
The ODE will not knowingly accept adverti
sements which in any manner denigrates or
uniustly excludes members ot any age. sex. race,
color, national origin, religion, or sexual orienta
tion
CALL 686-4343
FOR ASSISTANCE
FOR SALE
WE’VE JUST RECEIVED some new sun
dresses and there are more on the vfay to
ANDREA’S
2441 HHyard 345-1324
MOST OF THE TIME we don't have the
chance to walk barefoot on soft ground. The
Brkenstock tootbed is the answer, it adapts to
any surface and is masterfully contoured to the
natural footprint. So wear your fashionable
shoes as you need them, but wear your
Birkenstocks as often as possible
Birkenstock Footprints
Afalum (2nd floor) MON-SAT 11 -6 PM
687-0065 Repairs & Resoling
MOVING-GARAGE SALE: Davenport, car
pets. beds, cheap Mattresses, tables, desk,
drapes, deluxe range, much more 687-1886,
240 West 20th Ave 5-12
LET BEST REST solve your mattress
problems. Foam cut to size.
BEST REST MATTRESS CO.
632 Blair 343-0222
HIKING BOOTS, brand new Rachle ot Swit
zerland boots, "calewah" model, size 7n
(mens), will tit woman 8'/? 9 $60. 344-3354.
5-15
SALE
MAY 9-15
The Thrift &
Gift Shop
2839 Willamette St
10-4 M-F 7-9 Mon eves
Quality Used Clothing and Household Goods
GUITARISTS: Having trouble expressing
yoursell because you're stuck on "Dust In the
Wind" or "Kicking Mule"? I teach styles of top
tingerstyle artists Ackerman. Athins, Breau,
Coodey, Davis, Kottke, Reed, Travis, etc Also
accompaniment styles ot Baez, Denver, Light
loot, Simon. Taylor, etc Beginners welcome
Free trial lesson 688-478? 5-12
RUY & SELL
BUY-SELL-TRADE
Stereo, photography equipment, tools, musical
instruments, etc etc , etc
THE BUY A SELL CENTER 678 OLIVE
SERVICES
HAULING, MOVING, packing, crating, no |0b
too small Phone Dave 686-8463 or 683-2120.
Will barter._744:ttn
PRINTING, fast, friendly, courteous service
IMAGE MASTERS. 1849% Oak, nexto to
Lowery Realty._5-16
WEDDING MUSIC: Organist or Chamber
music ensemble (recorder/harpsichord). Rea
sonable, experienced Receptions, too
344-9618. 5-1?
TYPING
Professional Academic Typing-Editing
All levels, IBM Electronic Pica-Elite Cyndi
Henke 687-8326.171MWF
SORRY! ALL BOOKED FOR MAY
Jane THE TYPIST
344-6863 (or 726-5563)
TYPING: 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE. IBM
Selectric Graduate School approved Will
pick-up & deliver. Call Carole at 688-3983.
NANCY RILEY 666-9591: Typing/Editing
Correcting Selectric 15 Yrs Tech Publications
Experience._CH 2:tln
TYPING, IBM SELECTRIC II
Graduate School approved
Call Thelma 747-8290 (Springfield)
PROFESSIONAL TYPIST: Academic / Busin
ess/Medical Cassette transcription Call after
three p m. weekdays, all day weekends
Joyce MU 683-2950._ 438:ttn
TYPING
IBM Correcting Selectnc II. U of O Graduate
School approved. Ginny, 345-7960 5-12
Pro Typing/Editing
3 blocks from UO Graduate Approved
Jennifer 465-3883
PROFESSIONAL TYPING and editing IBM
Executive and Selectric 484-0303, 37 East
10th. _624MF
TULA SI TYPING SERVICE
a member ol The Tulasl Group
Professional typing of term papers-reports-re
sumes, you name it! We use computerized
word processing equipment to ensure accur
acy and quality Re-typing a specialty Emer
gencies handled with ease. CALL 688-3263.
Expert Typing on Campua
Theses-Papers-Letters-Stats
Editing available Val 345-2054
TYPING: near campus. IBM Selectric availa
ble ALL EDITING SERVICES: spelling,
grammar, sentence structure 485-84? 1 5-12
QUALITY TYPING: Term papers, disserta
tions, etc. IBM Correcting Graduate school
approved. Call Helen 887-9623._ MWF
STATISTICAL, MANUSCRIPTS
Transcription-including legal/medical
81.00 par page Donna 344-1816
TYPING WANTED: Term papers, manu
scripts. etc IBM Selt-Correcting Selectric
typewriter Fast-Accurate-Reasonable Phone
344-5858.16?:MF
Guaranteed typing
Evenings 688-9799
INSTRUMENTS
PEARL DRUMS, 4 pieces. Zildian cymbals,
fine sound, good cond, $300 will talk Alan
686-5189 let ring. 5-12
ALTO SAXOPHONE, slightly used, appraised
value $?00, must sell $200 or best offer
Evenings 484-4572._5-14
1950 GIBSON acoustic guitar for sale, $250
Call Susan 343-5448. 5-13
<;OUND SYSTEMS
Jim’s Electronics
STEREO REPAIR
AUDIO SERVICES
1627 Pearl Street 343-7683
Monday thru Friday 9-6 p.m
56?5:tfn
ROOKS & SUPPLIES
60,000 BOOKS IN STOCK
All selling 25% to 50% off list prices
New Books-Text Books-Cliff Notes-Magazmes
USED BOOKS BOUGHT and SOLD
10% OFF on all new books
SMITH FAMILY BOOKSTORE
768 East 13th
5223TFN
RECREATION
WOMEN’S SLOW-PITCH SOFTBALL team
needs skilled players for summer. Call
484-9008 or 688-5630. 5-14
BICYCLES
2 10-mpeed blkeo-$?0, $50 Call 747-651?
after 6 p m. or weekends.
LARRY COTTON
BICYCLE TUNE-UPS
Back now at north end of UO Bike
Bridge. Week's Special new cable in
stalled, S3 w/cable. 687-0288
756 5-16
CARS & CYCLES
1972 240Z DATSUN 90000 miles, stick,
mags, stereo cassette, white, original owner
Call 485-8850.506
80 TRANS AM
$6500
Red, T-top, radio, tilt, 10 mo warranty left,
$6500 firm, 484-6206 5-16
1967 FORD CONVERTIBLE good condition,
sacrifice $1500 or best otter 686-8499 or
484- 9211._ 5-27
MUST SELL $225 67 Dodge Cornet, great
condition in & out with mags Call evenings
485- 5678._5-12
USED '69 FORD station wagon, runs great,
$500 or best otter, 345-5547._5-13
USED ’69 FORD station wagon, runs great
$500 or best otter 345-5547, ask lor Tim.
AUTO REPAIR
JIM S HONDA
THE ALTERNATIVE HONDA CAR SERVICE
Specializing in mobile tune-ups
AH work guaranteed 464-4556
_688? MF
NO NAME GARAGE
VOLKSWAGEN SERVICE 6 REPAIR
2158 Roosevelt 689-7159
_5216:MWF
SAAB and VOLVO maintenance and repair
M 6 B SWIFT SHOP
_1190 Main, SprtnflBekl 747-5605
Four & Six
Automotive
Specializing in repair and maintenance of 4 & 6
cyclinder water-cooled vehicles
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
1361 W 2nd Ava (2nd 6 Taylor) 342-3254
5699:ttn
WEST SIDE FOREIGN AUTO
Accurate, conscientious service tor
German autos
1069 Waal 3rd, Eugsna
4902 tin
464-4630
RIDES & RIDERS
RIDER WANTED to share gas to LA, leave
5-1?, 5-14 economy car, 344-9014 evenings
5-1?
WANTED_
LAW STUDENT/wile/(mail dog need
cheap apartment lor summer. Arrive mid
June. Call collect 512-232-3850._5 16
WANTED..
Students who like
to get involved
Students who would
like to be part of
a group that will
plan activities/
events for students
The University ot Oregon YMCA is now ac
cepting applications from students who are
interested in being a member ol the YMCA'S
Student Cabinet in the tall ot 1980
The Student Cabinet works with Y' staff to plan
activities and events to meet the interests ot
students on campus , career practicum,
American triends, student/faculty and recrea
tional programs are just a few of the possibili
ties
Students will also have the opportunity to
attend Regional/National Student YMCA Con
ferences (Umv. of Washington and Texas A &
Min 1980-81).
If Interested, stop by the YMCA office (Suite 5,
EMU) to fill out an application or call 686-4431.
Application Deadline: May 23,1980
718:5-16
OPPORTUNITIES
Earn while you learn
Sell AVON part time. Earn good money to help
you through school. Call 746-6422.
AVON
558:5-14
HELP WANTED
University ot Oregon
Child Care A Development Center
1511 Moss Street
Eugene, OR 97404
POSITIONS AVAILABLE:
1 Infant Lead Caregiver (? months-18 months)
Starting Date June 16, 1980
2 Preschool Lead Caregiver (214-6 years)
Starting Date: June 16, 1980
3. Toddler Lead Caregiver (18 months-214
years)
Starting Date: Sept 24, 1980
4 After School Program Director
Starting Date: Sept. 24. 1980
Applicants must be at least 20 years ot age
Application information and materials are now
available at the CCDC office, 1511 Moss St
Deadline tor returning application is May 16.
1980 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
721:5-15
ATTENTION VW MECHANICS: My 59 bus
needs a brake |ob. I need someone to assist
me YOU MUST BE EXPERIENCED 'cause I'm
not. Pay will be negotiable. 344-0300. 5-12
INTERESTED in securing a WS position for the
next year BEFORE you leave tor summer? I am
looking tor SR & GRAD students, preferably
with teaching background or interests, in all
acadmic areas. A chance to grow profession
ally with flexible working hours. Call x3226 or
stop by the basement of Friendly Hall M-TH.
Ask for T A Morton Application deadline May
28th.752:5-27
LEADERSHIP POSITION: The ESCAPE Pro
gram has an opening tor the Division Head of
Public Schools This position requires inter
personal and organizational skills, experience
in peer supervision and group process, self
motivation and the ability to motivate others,
and a commitment to experiential learning
Responsibilities include training and supervis
ing 10-15 coordinators, placing 200-300
university volunteers in the public schools each
term, problem solving, documentation of divi
sion business, curriculum development, and
participation in program meetings This is a
unique opportunity to gain skills in policy
making, consensus decision making, public
relations, group taciiitation, and problem
solving Compensation includes $200 per
month: credit and workstudy options available
Commitment is a minimum ot 25 hours per
week. Applications available in the ESCAPE
office (327 EMU) and are due Friday, May 16.
5:00 PM For more information, contact Susan
or Jackie 686-4351. Affirmative Action /Equal
Opportunity Employer._759:5-16
APPLY NOW tor good jobs next tall. Display
Advertising Sales for Oregon Daily Emerald
Good experience; commission-based pay
Applicants should be willing to work through
May, 1981. Part time work requires enthu
siasm. ability to work well with people, ability to
work independently. Apply by May 15 to
Darlene Gore, 300 EMU. Affirm sttvs Actton
/ Equal Opportunity Employer. 5-15
THIS SUMMER, WORK IN THEATRE!
CaraM Theatre has openings for wort study
carMltsd persons in:
Scene Strop
Costume Shop
PuMctty
Box Office / Busfnss* Office
Props
Be a part of tour major productions' For more
information and applications, contact the
University Theatre Box Office inside the doors
ot Robinson Theatre. x4192. 674:5-16
THE OREGON DAILY EMERALD is accepting
applications for 22 editorial staff positions tor
the summer and next year in news, graphics,
entertainment, sports, and more Applications
are available at the Emerald offices, Room 300,
EMU, and must be returned by 5 p.m May 16.
All positions are paid beginning at $7.50 per
issue-work study is available Editors usually
spend two to five hours a day in the office,
mostly afternoons, Sunday through Thursday
The Emerald is an equal opportunity employer
Women, minorities and the handicapped are
encouraged to apply.5-16
EUGENE AREA SALES/COPIERS
High acceptance for our line of products has
resulted in our need to expand our aggressive
marketing staff. No experience necessary We
will train well-spoken person with sales aptitude
and interest. Salary plus commission Program
with earnings of $20,000 or more Call Jerry
399-77705M2
JOB OPENING: Director of ALERT.
Salary-$95 per school year month and $54 per
summer month Abilities and duties:
1. Be able to work with the handicapped
2. Be able to prepare budget materials and
keep a record of what is spent and account for
it.
3. Keep up to date on issues concerning the
handicapped
4. Be responsible tor and be aware of and
handle everyday office procedure and any
problems of the program in dealing with ASUO.
Deadline: Monday May 12th, Applications in
ASUO Suite 3. For more information call
686-4363 ALERT is an Affirmative Action
employer, women, minorities, handicapped,
and veterans encouraged to apply 661:5-12
INTERESTED IN GETTING PAID for your
efforts to protect our environment? The Sur
vival Center will be hiring students for its
1980-81 staff interested in the positions of:
-Program Director
-Assistant Director
-Public Wildlands Coordinator
-Legislative Coordinator
-Recycling Coordinator
-Editor/Media Coordinator
-Advertising Director
-Graphic Artist/Photographer
-Office Manager
These positions earn monthly stipends, may be
work-study convertible, and can also receive
upper division credit. This is an excellent
opportunity to help direct the leading student
environmental organization in the Northwest.
Applications and job descriptions will be
available at the Survival Center (Suite 1 EMU)
Wednesday, May 7 through May 12. For more
information call 686-4356. The Survival Center
is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Employer.670:5-12
ENVIRONMENTALLY CONCERNED BUSI
NESS MAJORS interested in a practical man
agement experience are urged to apply tor the
paid position of Office Manager with the
Survival Center At a time when the job market
is beginning to tighten, actual management
experience on your resume assumes added
weight Don't get caught lacking with a purely
academic background. Applications and job
description will be available at the Survival
Center (Suite 1 EMU) Wednesday, May 7
through May 12. For more information contact
Pete Gray or Kelly Murrell at 686-4356. The
Survival Center is an Affirmative Action /Equal
Opportunity employer.671 5-12
ENVIRONMENTALLY CONCERNED JOUR
NALISM MAJORS are urged to apply for paid
positions with THE OREGON ADVOCATE.
Published monthly by the Survival Center this
newspaper offers practical journalistic exper
ience for writers, photographers, advertising
majors, and graphic artists. Three work
study/credit positions are available:
-Editor/Staff Media Coordinator
-Advertising Director
-Graphic Artist /Photographer
Applications and job descriptions will be
available at the Survival Center (Suite 1 EMU)
Wednesday. May 7 through May 12, For more
information contact Joe Cone or Pete Gray at
686-4354. The Survival Center is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
669:5-12
LOOKING FOR LEGISLATIVE EXPER
IENCE while going to school? The Survival
Center will be hiring an individual interested in
coordinating the lobbying of environmental
legislation during the 1981 session of the
Oregon Legislative Assembly Previous exper
ience with the Oregon legislative process
would be helpful but is not required. This
position earns a monthly stipend, is work-study
convertible, and can also receive credit.
APPLICATIONS and a job description will be
available at the Survival Center (Suite 1 EMU)
Wednesday, May 7 through May 12. For more
information contact Dave Daikh or Pete Gray at
666-4356. The Survival Center is an Equal
Opportunrty/Affirmalive Action Employer.
672:5-12
EXCELLENT opportunity to earn cash dally
selling Inflation Fighters Passbooks door to
door Good commission, set own hours. Jett
687-2386. 5-12
ROOMMATES
WANTED WANTED, male, female. $125
month plus your share utilities. Bethel area,
689-9424.__5J3
MOVING TO
TAHOE
in June working at Harrah's need roommate(s),
male-lemale Kevin 667-0865.5-14
RESPONSIBLE FEMALE roommate wanted
to share 2 bedroom house with fireplace,
dishwasher & garden area, 2 mNes from
campus. 10 minute bike ride. June 6-Sept 1.
$140 & util. Dana 344-3354. 5-15
OZONE RANCE NEEDS NEW ROOMERS.
only the mellow need apply. To be approved by
the Ozoned call 344-8450. 5-1 ?
WANTED: Summer roommate to share house
near campus with graduate student for July
August Furnished 2-bedroom house, fire
place, large yard, fruit trees. $140/mo Call
Harry 485-5264, eves.5-16
WANTED: Two women to share three be
droom house two blocks from campus. $120
month & 1 /3 utilities. Call Anita for details.
343-3050._5-14
UVE-IN. Working mother neecs somaone to
be there at night with 8 year old in exchange for
free rent/utilities. Phone 345-7334.5-12
WANTED: Female roommate to share large 4
bedroom house Private entrance & own
fireplace in oversized room $110/month & '/«
utilities. Anne, Tim, Warren 746-3403. 5-12
ROOMMATE WANTED: female roommate by
June 7 or sooner 2 bedroom apartment wityh
pool. Non-smoker, must be neat 10 minutes
from U of O, $142/month NO ORGANICS
PLEASE. Mike 485-3300 or work 485-8011
Ext, 812. 5-12
WANTED:THREE PEOPLE TO SHARE
spacious 4-bedroom house to sublet for sum
mer. Fireplace, backyard, close to campus
2043 Onyx Please call 686-09715-12
ROOMMATE WANTED for a three bedroom
house on Alder St. for months of May through
August Non-smoker willing to share with 2
responsible teachers $110/mo plus utilities.
484-7513 call evenings. 5-14
FOR RENT
WE ARE NOW TAKING reservation for sum
mer and fall. Convenient location, near Music
building Ridgewood Apartments, 688-5769
566:tfn
SUMMER SUBLET
Huge, partially-furnished (no beds),
2-bedroom apartment Five blocks from cam
pus. six from downtown, $235 month, no
smokers please Call before May 15. DAve
688-3712 (message) or 344-8298 Eves. 5-15
ONE BEDROOM, two bedroom apartments,
partially furnished, $180, $215 plus deposits
(Summer Rates). 1261 Alder, 344-2103,
345-2054.5-14
WANTED: 2 responsible females to sublet
bright, new apartment for summer 4 blocks
from campus, furnished, dishwasher, laundry,
cable, color TV, etc $120 ea pier month. If
interested call 342-4645, keep trying. 5-16
HOUSE FOR SUMMER, two bedrooms, yard,
fireplace, 3300,1358 High St, 683-2831.5-16
NICE 2 BEDROOM duplex 1 'h blocks from
campus, available June 5, many conveniences,
$285 344-1282. 5-16
SUMMER SUBLET: One bedroom furnished
apartment, June 15th to August 15th.
$175/month. Call 686-9766 keep trying. 5-13
STUDIO: with cooking facility, bathroom, rent
only $100 including all utilities & heat Call
345-6536.5-12
SUMMER SUBLET: Charming, cozy two be
droom house completely furnished, quiet
neighborhood 1 mile from campus, $300
month 485-3780 mornings or keep trying
5^14
LARGE STUDIO APARTMENT, partially fur
nished 624 E. 17th. $170/month 683-1830
339:TFN
LARGE 3 BEDROOM HOUSE, partially fur
nished. 622 E 17th St $350/month 683-1830
338:tfn
480 MONROE: 2 bedroom apartments in small
complex on quiet west side street Some
furnished, all include appliances, carpeting,
drapes $199 with $195 deposit
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 High St 485-8252
727:tfn
2804 ALDER: Cute 2 bedroom home, sunny
and clean. Carport, yard. $279 plus $195
refundable deposit
1304 6 1342 CHAMBERS: Beautiful new 2
bedroom duplexes, delux appliances, parking,
nicely landscaped, on busline, easy access to
all shopping. $279 plus $195 deposit
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 High St. 485-8252
728:tfn
ALDERWOOD
2 BEDROOM FURNISHED apartments in
sought-after campus location. Appliances,
carpeting, drapes, laundry facilities, parking
$279 plus deposits. Resident Manager
484-6113.
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 High SL 485-8252
_, 731 :tfn
2022 ONYX: Three plus bedrooms, separate
dining, 1 '/i bath, .new carpeting throughout,
French doors opening to deck & private yard,
lull basement $425, $250 deposit
330 EAST 31st: Two bedroom ideally located
close to Lane or U of O Carpeting, over-sized
kitchen, carport, extra storage, large back
yard. $289 with $195 deposit
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 High SL 465-8252
'733:tfn
10 EAST lOlh: Two bedroom, cute, clean, all
utilities paid $249 with $199 deposit
1065 PATTERSON: Studio, semi-furnished,
Murphy beds, parking, laundry facilities. $159,
Summer Rates $145.
1870 ONYX: A cut above the ususal basement,
one bedroom nice and clean, all utilities paid
$199 with $179 deposit.
1642 UNIVERSITY: Excellent campus loca
tion, one bedroom, appliances, decorated in
wood tones. $229 with $195 deposit.
611 EAST 11lh: One bedroom, convenient
campus location, compact kite! en with ap
pliances. laundry facilities, off-street parking
$185, Summer Rates $150.
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 High SL 465-6252
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Unnrlav Maw 12. 1980