Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 21, 1980, Section A, Page 11, Image 11

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    HENDRICKS PARK!
Summer sublet home for family/students. 3 or
4 bedroom with all appliances. June-Aug,
negotiable. Phone 60-4112._ 5-28
PARTIALLY FURNISHED 1 bedroom apart
ment near downtown $175. 2 bedroom apart
ment west side $195. 344-8841. 858:6-2
1304 A 1342 CHAMBERS: Beautiful new 2
bedroom duplexes, deluxe appliances, park
ing nicely landscaped, on busline, easy ac
cess to all shopping. $279 plus $195 deposit.
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 High St 485-8252
861 :tfn
10 EAST 18ttt: Two bedroom, cute, clean, all
utilities paid $249 with $199 deposit
1870 ONYX: A cut above the ususal basement,
one bedroom nice and clean, all utilities paid
$199 with $179 deposit.
1842 UNIVERSITY: Excellent campus loca
tion, one bedroom, appliances, decorated in
wood tones. $229 with $195 deposit.
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 High SI. 485-8252
859:tfn
DUPLEX 1 BEDROOM unfurn (stove & refrig)
available near park & river. Bike path 15 mins to
UP, $200. Lois 343-1402.5-23
SUB-LEASE 6 blocks from campus, 2 be
drooms, fireplace, 24th and University, refer
ences required. 342-7558 6-8 PM.5-23
FEMALE NEEDED to sublet room.
$75/month. One block from campus for sum
mer. Call 683-43585-21
CUTE STUDIO, next to campus, $120/mo for
summer, available now, w/balcony, parking,
laundry, 343-0576.5^8
914 EAST 18th, one bedroom apt, across
street from campus, partly furnished, $185
month, 344-7256._ 5-23
BLACKSTONE MANOR APARTMENTS,
1750 Alder St, now taking applications lor
laH and summer. 1 and 2 bedroom apart
ments, $165 and up. 687-0684 681 din
SUBLET/OPTION to rent, one bedroom
apartment in duo unit, starting June 6th,
3120/mon th, 484-5991.5-23
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE 17th & Villard.
$380/month. 485-0195. 7 p.m-8 p.m. 5-21
SUBLET FOR JUNE:Room in nice house with
friendly man, daughter, near park 484-9809
RENTALS_^
MINI STORAGE
Reserve your 5’x5' or 5'x10' storage unit now
SELFSTOR 344-2710
i720:6-2
DRY, SECURE, STORAGE
Student discount rates for the summer
Call ECONOMY SELF-STORAGE, 343-8017
6-2
THE ATTIC
MINI STORAGE UNITS: 5x10, 10x10, 10x20
toot 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
124:5-30
QUADS_' .
CAMPUS COURT $130 MONTH
Private half bath and refrigerator, laundry
facilities. 1544 Alder #21,686-1075.6906: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
QUAD UNIT in small complex, private bath and
refrigerator. 553 East 18th, $115, 683-2271.
JEAN TATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
__ 717:TFN
YOU CAN BE CLOSE TO CAMPUS
1728 FERRY: Resident Manger, 686-2336.
Summer rates $99-$109.
475 EAST 15th: Resident Manger, 343-0459.
$96-$118.50.
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 High St. 485-8252
_______ 860:tfn
QUADS: Private bath, refrigertor, $130 per
month 738 East 16th, 687-0143.
JEAN TATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
__215:MWF
WOODSIDE
-MANOR
ADULT EFFICIENCY
1810 HARRIS
Live next to campus and enjoy AIR CONDI
TIONING. Private’and/or semi-private baths.
Private storage area in shared kitchen. Com
mon areas open to deck. REASONABLY
PRICED at $110 & $125 a month, plus depo
sits.
SUMMER RATES $85 A $95
CALL MANAGER 686-2470
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 HIGH ST 485-8252
______ 811 :tfn
SUMMER QUADS $85
JUNE 1E-AUQUST 31
$35 reserves for summer
Fully furnished room, utilities paid, laundry,
some parking, no lease
1360 ALDER ST 485-0291,484-0804
------765Hr.
„ , QUADS $105
no lease required. Laundry & some parking
facilities a vail able. Fully furnished, utilities paid.
1360 ALDER 485-0291 or 484-0804
QUADS $100, ona block from campus,
•vaHoblo June 1st. 687-0505. 380:tfn
Oreonn riailu CimmU
more quads
J®0» 892 EAST 16th: Quads in quiet campus
tocation, private bath, refrigerator, share large
Kitchen and dining. $135 plus deposits Re
sident Manager 687-2774.
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 High St 485-8252
?64:tfn
I OST & FOUND
LOST ON FRIDAY, May 16th: Brown leather
wallet, I need my I D. and credit cards
REWARD! Call 485-9051, ask forjim. 5-2?
LOST: Black tri-fold wallet between Gerlinger
Annex and Computing Center or in the center
Saturday. Call Randy 344-1378 or call collect
235-6750 or 232-8748 and leave message.
___ 5-21
LOST SATURDAY at Laurelwood Golf course:
Gold, dark-faced Boulova Digital Wristwatch
Reward Call Steve 484-0089 5-21
market basket
Johan’s French Bread
a |ug ot win* and thou
available at Sundanca A Sahalle's
595:mwt
EVENTS
ROMANCE LANGUAGES, HISTORY,
A SOCIOLOGY Present
Edmundo Desnoes
Internationally acclaimed Cuban writier,
currently an advisor to the Cuban min
istry of culture. Author of novel and
screenplay for Cuban film “Memories of
Underdevelopment. "Speaking on "Writ
ing under Ccapitalism: Writing under
Socialism."
Thura. May 22 7:30 pm
221 Alton FREE
851:5-2?
NIGERIAN
CULTURAL
NIGHT
MAY 25,1980 5:30 PM
EMU BALLROOM
Students $2, General $3
Sponsored by F.S.O.
845 5-P1
SKINNY DIPPER? Attend Free Beach meet
. ing, May 22, 7<30 PM, Harris Hall, 8th & Oak.
5-21
EMU CULTURAL FORUM
presents
PORTLAND ARTIST
TAD
SAVINAR
Tad recently won a commission to create
a permanent work for the forthcoming
Eugene Performing Arts.Center.
Side Lecture about his work
THURS, MAY 22
8:00 PM
107 LAWRENCE
FREE
802:5-21
MULTI-CULTURAL DANCE COLLEC
TIVE
presents
ETHNIC DANCE
CONCERT
Including: Mexican, Jazz, Afro-Car
ribean, and others
WED, MAY 28
8.-00 PM 167 EMU
Funded by a grant from the Festival of
the Arts Committee_856:5-28
TASTE THE FOOD
OF THE FUTURE
..The Food ol 10,000 Flavors
...The “Meat” of the Fields
come taste nutritious, delicious soy food
samples made from tofu and Tempeh. Spon
sored by Food-Op, FREE TASTING.
Place: EMU Lobby I
Thursday, 22nd, 11:00-2:00
5-22
COMPARATIVE
LITERATURE
COLLOQUIUM
presents a lecture by
GAYATRI SPIVAK
“3 FEMINIST
READINGS”
THURSDAY, MAY 22,8 PM. EMU
863:5-22
GAY RAP
COFFEE HOUSE
TONIGHT
Location changed, call 686-3300 or 485-8853
for info. Sponsored by GPA. 869:5-21
ROMANCE LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT
&
CHILEAN SUPPORT COMMITTEE
LATIN AMERICAN FILM SERIES
Eugene Premiere ot
The Last Supper
A highly acclaimed Cuban masterpiece
revealing the intricate social relation
ships ot plantation life. An allegory on
Christian-liberalism.
Wednesday May 21,177 Lawrence
7:30 PM $2 Admission
Show you give a damn!
RUN AGAINST HUNGER
Join Alberto Salazar, Jody Parker, Art Boileau
Saturday morning 10:00 a m., Alton Baker
Park Proceeds go to keep Cambodian kids
alive until the harvest,
UVE MUSIC, FREE FOOD, PRIZES
If you can't make it, call us and sponsor one of
our runners-sweat and coins can save lives,
342-3117 eves or 686-4360 days. Sponsored
by Jewish Student Union, Amnesty Interna
tional, The Food-Op, UO Childcare &
Development, Poly Sci-Student Union, Eugene
Athletic_ 5_21
LIBERATION
MEMORIAL DAY
AIM AT
IMPERIALISM
ONCE AGAIN, IN THE FUTURE-EX
ACTLY AS WHEN OUR LINES WERE
UNITED AGAINST THE SHAH'S HATED
REGIME-WE SHALL ALL STAND
SHOULDER TO SHOULDER.
TOMORROW AT 6:00 PM
PROGRAM: Iranian dinner, slide pro
gram on Iran, film on Palestine,
speeches $3.00
PLACE: at Wesley Center, 1236 Kincaid
SPONSORED BY: Moslem Students
Society
-867:5-21
CONSERVE
ENERGY
EWEB'S Earl Ritter dis
cusses how you can
save energy and money
while maintaining a
comfortable life style.
TONIGHT
at 7:30 PM In the EMU (room posted). Free
energy forum sponsored by OSPIRG and
OMEGA. 870:5-21
ENTERTAINMENT
FRIENDS FILMS PRESENTS
Stanley Kubrick’s
CLOCKWORK
ORANGE
“CLOCKWORK ORANGE is one of the
few perfect movies I have seen in my
lifetime.” Rex Reed, NY SUNDAY NEWS
SATURDAY, MAY 24 7 A 9:45 PM
150 GEOLOGY $1.25
--855:5-23
THE ANANDA MARGA SOCIETY
PRESENTS
DARK STAR
They're not lost in space-they're loose!
PLUS
ROD FLASH CONQUERS INFINITY
and
HARDWARE WARS
FRIDAY, MAY 23 7 A 9:15 PM
180 PLC - $1.25
823:5-2 3
RED HOT COMEDY
LIVE
MATINEE
mad comedy live on stage at Cinema 7
Final shows of tha season
FRIDAY, May 23 8 A 10 $3
SATURDAY, Matinae only 2 pm $2
CINEMA 7
10th & Olive-Atrium Building
_ 828:5-23
CINEMA 7
10 A Olive-Atrium Building
887-0733
STARTS SATURDAY THRU WEDNESDAY
EMMANUELLE
X was never like this!
The original, famed French soft, core delight is
enlivened by the performance of Sylvia Kristal
as the insatiable heroine in the private lives of
French diplomats and their wives stationed in
Par East
RATED X. ADULTS ONLY at 8.-00 PM
Bunuel's Masterpiece of Erotica
BELLE DE JOUR
By night a rich bored wife, by day, she is Belle
de Jour.
SHOWING AT 9:45 PM ONLY
_873:5-28
MORE POWER TO YA PRESENTS
CLAUDIA WEILL’S
GIRL
FRIENDS
FRIDAY, MAY 23 7 A 9 PM
150 GEOLOGY $1.25/75 cents
_ 872:5-23
33Hd
Small World
Auto Center
"...dependable foreign auto
repair service with a huge
inventory of new and used
parts."
2090W. 11th
Repair service
683-6475
New parts
683-6474
Used parts
343-8897
*
RED HOT COMEDY
LIVE
MATINEE
Final shows of tha season
FRI, May 23 8 A 10 PM $3
SAT, MaHnaa only 2 PM $2
828:5-23
CINEMA 7
101h & Olive-Atrium Building
687-0733
TONIGHT THRU THURSDAY
by popular request Bernardo Bertoluci's
1900
Dominigue Sanda And Robert DeNiro
And an all star cast in Bertoluci's epic of 2
Italian families.
SHOWING AT 8:00 PM ONLY
826 5-22
EMU CULTURAL FORUM
presents
THE
STUDENT
FILM
FESTIVAL
Oregon is increasingly becoming a
favored site for Hollywood and indepen
dent productions. Not surprisingly, there
are many student fitmmakers on cam
pus Come see what these future famous
filmmakers are up to.
THURSDAY, MAY 22 7:00 PM
180 PLC FREE
_853:5-22
PERSONALS
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
180UWH
MOCK
CONVENTION
DELEGATES
You may change your grade option from
graded to P/NP at Oregon Hall. 686-4896
849:5-21
Use an instrument of love, the SPRING
FUNGS, to express your fond farewells, sappy
sentiments, or gushy goodbyes. Get then at the
"cheep" price of $1.50 tor 20 immortal words.
Deadline is May 29th at 1 PM....UO Bookstore,
EMU Main Desk, and of course, the ODE
OFFICE, third Poor EMU.5-23
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE:
This summer the University of Oregon Y.M.C.A.
will be taking two groups of high school and
university students to Western Europe for five
weeks (June 29th-August 3rd), and we re in
need of a female leader. Interested persons
must be at least 21 years of age and have had
some previous experience working with groups
and high school age youth. This person will act
as an assistant leader, working with a group of
fourteen. The person must only pay halt of the
total cost of the trip. ($1,285). Anyone inter
ested in spending five exciting weeks in Europe
at a considerably reduced rate, should stop by
the Y.M.C.A. Office, Suite 5 E.M.U. or call
686-4431 for further information Application
deadline: Friday May 23, 1980815:5-23
BOOKS WANTED-TOP PRICES PAID
J. MICHAEL'S BOOKS
Used. Rare. New
101 West 7th 342-2002
Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
525»:Mw
HAVE A DIRTY SLEEPING BAG?
Find dependable service at
Slegmund’a Cleanara 821 E 13th Ava
185:UWH
ATTEMPTIN TO LOCATE person taking
photos..of car/pedestrian wxidnet corner of
Franklin & Onyx 1-18-80 at 4:50 p.m. If you
have photos call Al at 484-1800. 5-27
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Please call Mary or
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485-6095
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