Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 14, 1980, Image 11

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    ROOMS FROM $90-125, utilities paid, three
blocks from campus on E 13th Neal-mgr
344-6311 after 4 00 p.m. _ 5-28
SUBLET MAY 15-AUG 20, furnished 1 bdrm
apt. 17th & Lincoln, $110/mo, $100 deposit.
Water-gbge paid Prefer quiet grad student.
746-7122 until May 14th, 343-0847. 5-20
SUMMER APARTMENT: Available June 10th,
2 bedroom, furnished, balcony, swimming
pool, fireplace. 1 'h blocks from campus, $260
mo May lease fall. Call Jack or Laura
344- 1267. 5-R5
NEED A SUMMER HOME? Share lovely
condo w/responsible non-smoking female,
pool, jacuzzi, tennis court, 741-1546. 5-16
WANTED: 2 responsible females to sublet
bright, new apartment for summer. 4 blocks
,'rom campus, furnished, dishwasher, laundry,
cable, color TV, etc $120 ea per month It
interested call 342-4645, keep trying. 5-16
HOUSE FOR SUMMER, two bedrooms, yard,
fireplace, $300,1358 High St, 683-2931.5-16
NICE 2 BEDROOM duplex 1 Vi 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- 6536.5-13
SUMMER SUBLET: Charming, cozy two be
droom house completely furnished, quiet
neighborhood 1 mile from campus. $300
month. 485-3780 mornings or keep trying.
504
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 & 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 St. 485-8252
731 :tfn
2022 ONYX: Three plus bedrooms, separate
dining, 1 Vi bath, new carpeting throughout,
French doors opening to deck & private yard,
full 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 St. 485-8252
733 tfn
10 EAST 18th: Two bedroom, cute, clean, all
utilities paid. $249 with $199 deposit.
1085 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 $1 79 deposit
1842 UNIVERSITY: Excellent campus loca
tion, one bedroom, appliances, decorated in
wood tones. $229 with $195 deposit.
611 EAST 11th: One bedroom, convenient
campus location, compact kitct en with ap
pliances, laundry facilities, off-street parking.
$185. Summer Rates $150.
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 High St. 485-8252
734 tfn
LARGE 7 BEDROOM, 2.5 miles from UO,
fireplace, drapes, dishwasher, available June
1st, Springfield, $550. 746-7952._740:tfn
Catalpa Apartments
1425 WEST 8th: Two and three bedrooms in
quiet adult complex on west side Appliances,
carpeting, drapes, laundry facilities, off-street
parking $230 and $255 plus deposits. Re
sident Manager 484-9067.
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 High St 485-8252 ^ ^
LARGE 1 and 2 bedroom furnished and
unfurnished apts, near campus $165 to $225.
No pets 689-1081, 485-0359,484-1619.
678:tfn
BLACKSTONE MANOR APARTMENTS,
1750 Aldar SL, now taking application* tor
fall and aummar. 1 and 2 bedroom apart
ments, *165 and up. 687-0684 681 if n
THE
FIRWOOD
WHERE COMFORT 6 CONVENIENCE
is a part of your everyday life
Easy access to all areas of the city Adjacent to
the bike path Management and owners who
care One and two bedrooms with brand
spanking new deluxe appliances, carpeted,
and draped
On* Bed room... *199
Two Beakoom....*235
Resident Manager 633-6270
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 High Street 485-6252
303:tfn
914 E 18th, One bedroom apt, across street
from campus, partly furnished. $185/month,
344-7256. 5-15
SUMMER SUBLET or longer, spacious
2-bedroom, yard, appliances, available May
? 1 st. $225 for summer, South Eugene.
484-5086._5-14
LARGE FURNISHED one bedroom apart
ment. 4 blocks from campus $190 Available
after June 1st. 342-2368._5-16
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS, 1 block
from campus. $210 per month. Lease through
June 15. Bev. 343-5337
RENTALS
MINI STORAGE
Reserve your 5'x5' or 5'x10' storage unit now
SELFSTOR 344-2710
720:6-2
THE ATTIC
. MINI STORAGE UNITS: 5x10, 10x10, 10x20
foot units now renting. 1026 Highway 99 North,
just South of the Gilbert Shopping Center
689-9230.5075.tfn
Mini-Warehouse
You store it, you lock it, you keep the key
Space to fit your needs
3550 West 11th, Eugene 485-0011
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
QUADS
124:5-30
YOU CAN BE CLOSE TO CAMPUS
1728 FERRY: Resident Manager, 686-2336.
Summer rates $99-$109.
475 EAST 15th: Resident Manager, 343-0459.
$101-118.50
601 WEST 11th: Resident Manager,
484-9408. $145
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 HIGH ST 485-8252
725:ttn
WOODSIDE MANOR
Quads next to campus, private and semi
private bath, AIR CONDITIONING. $125 plus
deposits Summer Rates $99-$109 Manager
686-2470
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 HIGH STREET 485-8252
__732_tfn
QUADS: NEWER FURNISHED 4 bedroom
units, $125 includes utilities, $125 deposit.
Manager 441 East 17th #4 or call 683-2733,
345-6297 evenings 26 tfn
QUADS: Private bath, refrigerator, $130 per
month 738 East 16th, 687-0143.
JEAN TATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
215:MWF
QUAD UNIT in small complex, private bath and
refrigerator 553 East 18th, $115, 683-2271.
JEAN TATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
71 7:TFN
SUMMER QUADS $85
JUNE 15-AUGUST 31
$35 reserves for summer
Fully furnished room, utilities paid, laundry,
some parking, no lease.
1360 ALDER ST 485-0291,484-0804
765 tfn
CAMPUS COURT $130 MONTH
Private half bath and refrigerator, laundry
facilitjes._1544 Alder » 21,686-1075 6906.tin
QUADS $105
No lease required. Laundry & some parking
facilities available Fully furnished, utilities paid
1360 ALDER 48S-0291 or 484-0804
MORE QUADS
690 & 692 EAST 16th: Quads in quiet campus
location, private bath, refrigerator, share large
kitchen and dining. $135 plus deposits. Re
sident Manager 687-2774
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 High St. 485-8252
364:tfn
QUADS $100, one block from campus,
available June 1st. 687-0505. 380:tfn
QUADS: Private bath, refrigerator, $130 per
month 738 East 16th, 687-0143.
JEAN TATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
215:MWF
I OST & FOUND
FOUND: Brown, long-haired cat, small bare
patch left flank, see apts, 1925 Harris. 5-14
MARKET basket
Johan’s French Bread
a fufl o* wine and thou
available at Sundance A Sahalle’t
595:mwf
EVENTS
NUCLEAR
WAR:
IS CIVIL
DEFENSE POSSIBLE
IS NUCLEAR HOLOCAUST AVOIDA
BLE-IMMINENT can we stop nuclear
weapons proliferation or must we have a
survival plan ready A debate with Jo
seph Austin, Instructor U of O and Dean
Ing, Engineer.
Thursday, May 15, 7:00 PM
EMU Forum Room
FREE TO ALL
Sponsored by SEARCH
659:5-16
JOHN
STEWART
New Energy for
EWEB
'GO SOLAR, NO NUKES”
Pd: John Stewart
5-20
ECKANKAR
A WAY OF LIFE
presents a discussion entitled
'Time, Space, Relativity and Eckankar
8 PM, Wednesday, May 14, EMU
Public Welcome!
769 5-15
VOTE
David Jennings
Eugene City Council
Act now to slop Los Angeles type sprawl
DAVID JENNINGS
The Progressive Alternative
PAID: David Jennings for City Counselor
tfn
NUCLEAR FUSION
AND BREEDERS
A viable and safe
energy source for
the future?
Gordon Goles, Professor of Geology and
Chemistry at U of O will discuss our energy
future, tonight at 7:30 in the EMU (room
posted). Free Energy Forum sponsored by
OSPIRG and OMEGA,784:5-14
FREE MOVIE TODAY:
“Into the Mouth
of Babas”
A look at the role corporations play in the
selling of infant formula in overseas countries
Get to know more about the Nestle Boycott
Room: Forum Room Tlmes:11:30 4 12:30
EMU Sponsored by: Unlv. Food-Op
5-14
EROTICA
ART SHOW
Extended deadline for entries Friday, 16th,
between noon and 4 p.m. at Northside Gallery
5-16
U OF O CENTER FOR GERONTOLOGY and
the Gerontology Association present Dr,
R.S.W. Middleton, University Medical School,
Ledd’s England, Specialist in: Depression and
the Elderly and the Treatment of Elderly in other
cultures May 15. 4 00 PM, 146 Straub
79? 5-15
OUTDOOR
EQUIPMENT SWAP
THURSDAY, MAY 15
7:30-10:00 PM
Room 167 EMU FREE
Sponsored by UO Outdoor Program
794:5-15
AWARENESS WEEK:
TODAY: Ed Bergons will speak about the
LTD's new buses with lifts on them (regular
route busser), the new fare that will be charged
starting in mid-June and what will become of
the Dial-A-Bus system In room 113 EMU at
10:00.
FRIDAY THE 16th ALERT will be showing a
film A DIFFERENT APPROACH in the EMU
(room to be posted); from 10.00 to 3:00
continuously. The film lasts for 20 minutes.
792:5-14
FNTERTAINMENT
FRIENDS FILMS PRESENTS
PINK
FLAMINGOS
an exercise in bad taste
' Goes beyond pornography.. clearly the
sickest movie ever made, even more
clearly, one of the funniest. ''
WARNING: This movie is not for the
easily offended or those with weak
stomachs. Management assumes NO
responsibility for those who choose to
attend
THURSDAY A FRIDAY, MAY 15-16
150 GEOLOGY 7 A 9 PM $1.25
645:5-16
EMU CULTURAL FORUM
presents
The Oscar-Winning
Oregon Animator
WILL
VINTON
Vinton will show three of his films:
MOUNTAIN MUSIC, LEGACY, and THE
LITTLE PRINCE He will also present a
slide show detailing the clay animation
process.
THURSDAY, MAY 15, 8:00 PM
180 PLC FREE
766:5-15
Wednesday, Thursday night THE NEWS is
back at TAVERN ON THE GREEN Thursday
night $2 pitchers
Thursday and Saturday, May 16-17
HAPPY DAZE
appears at the Tavern on the Green for an
oldies Rock-n-Roll show.
Be there or be square!
782:5-16
ASUO COMMITTEE FOR
MUSICAL ARTS
presents
IAN
MITCHELL
GUITARIST
SUNOAY, MAY 18, 8:00 PM
Room 198, School of Music
$1 UO Students. $2 General
637:5-15
MORE POWER TO YA PRESENTS
Martin Scorsese’s
MEAN
STREETS
SATURDAY, MAY 17 7 A 9:30 PM
177 LAWRENCE $1.25
COMING!!
GIRL FRIENDS 5-23
JIMI HENDRIX 5-24
FLESH (not Rash) GORDON 5-30 &
5-31 (midnight)
_ 770:5-16
DIVE TO
ADVENTURE
WITH
JACK MCKENNEY
1st TIME IN EUGENE
Fascinating tootage of wreck diving,
abandoned cities, and coral reefs
Beautifully photographed film of sea
lions, manatees, and the grey whale, and
much more The 4 films (total time 2
hours) includes footage from California,
Florida, and the Red Sea
Join us for a visual exploration
of the underwater world
SATURDAY, MAY 24th, 7:30 PM
South Eugene High Auditorium
Tickets $4.00 available at
OREGON DIVING SCHOOL
1677 Coburg Rd 344-DIVE
743:5-15
ATTENTION
Student
Filmmakers
THE EMU CULTURAL FORUM
announces
THE STUDENT
FILM SHOW
on THURSDAY, MAY 22
al 7 PM In 180 PLC
Start getting your films ready Entries can
be super-8 or 16mm, sound or silent,
edited workprint or release print only. We
will try to show as many tilms as possible,
but a selection committee will pre-screen
tilms and choose the best. The deadline
for submitting tilms is Wednesday, May
14. You can turn in your film to Suite 2 in
the EMU Please submit your film with
long enough leader and write your name
and phone number on it, 542:5-2sb
COMING MAY 16-18
FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY
THE TENTH
ANNUAL
WILLAMETTE
VALLEY
FOLK FESTIVAL
on the east lawn of the EMU
(in case of rain, it'll be in the Ballroom)
ALL EVENTS FREE
Sponsored by EMU Cultural Forum
679:5-16
UNIVERSITY THEATRE
presents
THE
SCHOOL
FOR
SCANDAL
by
Richard Brinsley Sheridan
The truth of human nature underneath
the veneer of pretended fashion.
MAYS, 10,15,18,17 8:00 PM
Robinson Theatre
$2.50 UO Students $4 General Public
Reservations 686-4191
568:5-16
THE ANANDA MARGA SOCIETY
PRESENTS
“10”
STARRING DUDLEY MOORE and BO
DEREK
SATURDAY, May 17,180 PLC
SUNDAY, May 18,150 Geology
7 A 9:30 PM $1.25
787:5-14
SATURDAY, MAY 17
J Althea, Anet Mconel
and Susan Goodnews
at 9:00 In the Forum Room, EMU
$3-$5 tor three great musician*
Wheelchair-Signed-Childcare
Sponsored by G P A
_795:5-16
CINEMA 7
10th & Olive-Atrium Building
687-0733
TONIGHT THRU SUNDAY
2 suspensetul films from France
VIOLETTE
Chabrol's best film in years in an elegant
psychological thriller, but one that is based on
a true story: the 193? Paris scandal of Niolette
Noziere, an 18 year old girl who poisoned her
mother and father Isabelle Huppert's perfor
mance is extraordinary
SHOWTIME 8:00 PM ONLY
ALSO a Roman Polanski Film
THE TENANT
Polanski himself stars as new tenant in apt
previously occupied by girl who for no appar
ent reason leapt to her death Polanski begins
to feel he might be next Suspense with slyly
wicked sense-of humor Shelly Winters, Con
cierge. Isabelle Adiam, bestfriend
SHOWTIME 10:00 PM ONLY
Reduced Admission Sun Matinee, 2 p.m
797:5-16
PERSONALS
VOTE
David Jennings
Eugene City Council
NO NUKES, NO HERBICIDES
DAVID JENNINGS
The Progressive Alternative
PAID: David Jennings tor City Counselor
tfn
HAVE YOU GOT a dollar fifty layin around in
your drawer?
And you're thinkin' “I wanna spend it but I
don't know what for!"
We've got an idea that'll make your gal swoon.
But ya gotta do it now, and you gotta do it soon
Think up 20 words that express your sentiment.
And then put it in the paper, as timeless as
cement
Turn it in to the Emerald with SPRING FLINGS
written on the ad,
By MAY 2>th so your lover won't be sad, tfn
Make Money Recycling Your Clothes!
RAGS TO RICHES
Buys, Consigns, and Trades second hand
clothing for men and women
For appointment: 344-7039 360 E 11th
MON thru SAT 11:30 AM to 6 PM
180:UWH
GET FAST, DEPENDABLE SERVICE
on alterations at
Slegmund's Cleaners 821 E 13th Ave
181 :UWH
sping flings
Spring Flings
spring flings
Spring Flings
COMING JUNE 2
5-15
PEOPLE AND THE OREGON COAST: Tired
of the main campus Well you don 't have to put
up with it over summer or fall, if your major is
Biology You can spend either of these terms
on the coast at the Institute of Marine Biology
Interested? Call Bill at X3798779:5-19
TO THE MAN in Lawrence Meet me at the
Greenpeace Swimmathon Sunday 18 May
WOMAN5-T4
DUCK FANS
tea
MACKER
BACKER
Paid: Duck fans for Mack Follmer, Lane County
Commissioner. 5-20
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