Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, June 24, 1980, Page 10, Image 9

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    CLASSIFIEDS686-4343
O.D.E SUMMER
ISSUES
jin June 24
The Emerald will be published every Tuesday
and Thursday until August 7 Deadline* lor
publication are Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. for
Thursday's Issue and Thursday at 1:00 p.m.
CLASSIFIED ADS CAN
BE PLACED AT
ODE OFFICE 300 EMU
UO BOOKSTORE STAMP COUNTER
EMU MAIN DESK
DEADLINES’- Ads must be in by 1 PM the day
before publication Ads that are to appear in
Monday's paper must be in by 1 PM Friday
PAYMENT: All ads must be paid tor in advance
unless a billing agreement has been established
with us
RATES: Rates are 10 cents per word lor the first
day and 8 cents pet word for consecutive days
the ad is run without change
$1.50 Minimum for first insertion
$1.20 minimum tor consecutive insertions
There is no refund for ad cancellations.
The OOE cannot be responsible tor more than
one day's incorrect advertising insertion If your
ad appears incorrectly, call 686-4343 before 1
PM for correction in the next day's issue
The ODE will not knowingly accept adverti
sements which in any manner denigrates or
uniustly excludes members of any age, sex, race,
color, national origin, religion, or sexual orienta
tion
CALL 686-4343
FOR ASSISTANCE
tor Tuesday's Issue.
6-26
FOR SALE
LET BEST REST solve your mattress
problems Foam cut to size
BEST REST MATTRESS CO.
682 Blair 343-0222
05221 :UH
COMPLETE FULL SIZE BED in perfect con
dition, one living room lamp, 10-speed men's
bike, excellent shape 345-8341._6-26
FOR SALE WATERBED, QUEEN SIZE new
heater, $50.00. Call 683-5474._7-T
THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES are available at
these prices Jeeps S5K50, cars $48, trucks
$89. Call tor mformatior (602) 941-8046 x307
981 :U
BUY & SELl
BUY-SELL-TRADE
Stereo, photography equipment, tools, musical
instruments, etc., etc., etc.
THE BUY 8 SELL CENTER 678 Olive
173:UH
FANTASY SHOP has moved to The Smith
Family Building, 770 Eaet 13th, near campus,
345-2568. New comes 2 weeks ahead of
anyone else 978 UH
INSTRUCTION
GUITAR
SONG WRITING
FOLK MUSIC
SUMMER TERM, 1980
Are you interested in developing song
accompaniment skills (Folk and Popular
styles) on the guitar at a level beyond
those first few chords? Do you wish to
explore your creative potential as a
musician / poet through the contempor
ary art ol songwritingWould you like to
participate in an informal "Folk" group
singing experience, without the
competition and pressure ot an audition,
while also acquiring a deeper aesthetic
appreciation for and critical awareness
ot Traditional American Folk and
Modern Country Music and their po
tential tor use in the teaching ot Music,
Art, Social Studies, and Language Arts?
Perhaps the following courses would be
ot interest to you
Classroom Guitar II; Mus 41 Og
3 credits; June 17-July 11
Classroom Guitar III; Mus 41 Og
3 credits; July 14-August 8
Songwriting Workshop; Mus 41 Og
3 credits; June 17-July 11
American Folk and Country Music
Mus 41 Og; 3 credits; July 14-Aug 8
These courses are intended primarily for
non-music majors. Music majors may,
however, take them tor elective credit
For further information see the Summer
Supplement to the Time Schedule ot
Classes or call Paul Halpern at
687-9087 or 686-4231._ 6-24
SUPERLEARNING’4. Lozanov accelerated
learning techniques A complete course for
learning mastery. For information write Inter
national Learning Center, P O. Box 2961,
Garland, TX 75041 975:7-10
SHOTOKAN GREEN BELT seeks paid private
instruction from brown or black belt Please call
485-6999 7-1
SERVICES
HAULING, MOVING, packing, crating, no job
too small Phone Dave 686-8453 or 683-2120.
Will barter 744 UH
MOVING? HAULING? Will haul tor negotiable
rates Call 484-5084 . 6-24
TYPING
TYPING $1.00 per page, carbon ribbon,
quality bond paper Resumes. Call Me Friday
484-0791._ 8-7
Professional Academic Typing-Editing
All levels IBM Electronic pica-elite. Cyndi
Henke 887-9326171:UH
GUARANTEED TYPING
Evenings 688-9799
1 72:UH
STATISTICAL, MANUSCRIPTS
Transcription-including legal / medical
$1.00 per page Donna 344-1816
472:UH
TYPING: 15 years experience Papers, disser
tations. editing IBM Selectric Pick-up &
deliver. Call Carole at 688-3983.910:UH
NANCY RILEY 686-9591: Typing/EDITING
Correcting Selectric. 15 Yrs Tech Publications
Experience._012:UH
PROFESSIONAL TYPIST: Statistical
specialist IBM Correcting Selectric Graduate
approved Near campus. 344-0759. 95? UH
PRO TYPING/EDITING
? blocks from UO. Graduate approved
Jennifer 485-3883
?40:UH
NEED TYPING DONE? Proof reading Call
Tina 726-0681 it no answer 686-0739. 882 tfn
Editor/APA expert: Jane THE TYPIST
344-6863 (or 726-5563) 891 UH
TYPING/EDITING
Professional Quality
Call Judy or Sara
686-0739
964 UH
TYPING. Clean, neat copy Accurate spelling,
grammar, punctuation Carefully proofread 80
cents/page Call Coralee 686-1593. 6-24
PRINTING? No. just looks like it. Experienced
professional, experienced APA format, IBM
variable spaced executive typewriter
345-0266. 771 ;UH
484-0303
PROFESSIONAL TYPING AND EDITING
IBM Executive and Selectric. Excellent
service. 951 :UH
NEED TYPING DONE? Proof reading Call
Tina 726-0681 980 UH
TYPING-GUARNTEED
IBM Correcting Selectric
Ruth 345-5614
8-7
INSTRUMENTS
IVERS AND POND PIANO. Solid walnut
upright, excellent tone, touch and felts Call
689-0739. 982 UH
SOUND SYSIhMS
Jim’s Electronics
STEREO REPAIR
AUDIO SERVICES
1627 Pearl Street 343-768?
Monday thru Friday 9-6 p.m
56?5:UH
BICYCLES
BUY-SELL-TRADE
Reconditioned bikes, used parts
SECOND NATURE BICYCLES
1712 Wllamette 343-5362
WE BUY USED BIKES
282UH
DAVE'S BIKE REPAIR. Free bicycle analysis
Quality low cost service 631 East 14th St.
683-5204. 7-3
10-SPEED BICYCLE Schwinn Continental
Veteran but sound, 26" frame, 27” wheel.
$80/best offer, 342-4237._6-26
MEN'S 27" 10-SPEED tor sale, good condi
tion. $75 or best offer. Call 345-2531. 7-1
AUTO REPAIR
SAAB and VOLVO maintenance and repair
M 8 B SWIFT SHOP
1190 Main, Springfield 747-5805
5253 :UH
NO NAME GARAGE
VOLKSWAGEN SERVICE 8 REPAIR
2159 Roosevelt 689-4556
170:UH
Four & Six
Automotive
Specializing in repair and maintenance of 4 & 6
cyclinder water-cooled vehicles
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
1381 W 2nd Ave (2nd 8 Taylor) 342-3254
_ 5699UH
TIRED OF IMPERSONAL AUTO REPAIR?
Why not let a professional factory trained and
certified mechanic give your little car the
"personal touch" in the privacy of his own
home workshop? Single parent responsibilities
for two small children have forced me to quit
my lucrative dealership job to bring you real
savings on quality work for Volkswagen. Alfa
Romeo and most other foreign vehicles Jerry
Berger, 2180 Hayes. Eugene 344-4606. 7-8
RIDES & RIDERS
From Corvallis to UO weekdays. Rides
/riders (carpool) needed Expenses shared
753-4780, nights, weekends _ 7-4
WANTED_
Mature woman wants to house sit. Six months
to one year References Call June, 689-7710.
6-24
HELP WANTED
THE EMU CHILD CARE CENTER has
teacher-aide positions available for certified
work-study, practicum and ESCAPE students
for summer term. If interested, contact Sheila at
686-4345.955:7-3
THE U Ol O CHILD CARE 6 DEVELOPMENT
CENTER has teacher-aide positions ready and
waiting for summer term We desperately need
certified work-study, practicum, and ESCAPE
students for our infant, toddler, preschool and
older kids program Have fun in the sun with
kids this term1 If interested, contact Sheila at
686-4345. _ __954:7-3
PART-TIME CHILD CARE and light house
keeping needed for 3 children (12, 10 and 8).
Own transportation needed Mornings
preferred. 343-9450.7-3
NEED TWO ASSISTANTS for fishing class in
Alaska for one month, starting July 12. Call
484-4506 or 687-3286.7-3
WORK-STUDY POSITION to assist with
traveling art exhibition program Office work,
handling artworks $3.75/hour. Call
688-3028.__993:6-26
BOOKKEEPER NEEDED by small non-profit
agency. Part-time, work-study certified Some
typing Call Willamette Community Design
Center, 345-2427.6;26
THE LANE CO. JUVENILE DEPARTMENT is
asking for male volunteers to help in changing
one child's life for the better. If you are
interested in a special relationship with
someone who really NEEDS one, please call
Casey Dale at 687-4102.981 6-26
WORK-STUDY STUDENT WANTED: assist in
administering YWCA Exceptional Friendship
program for disabled youth and volunteers.
Twenty hours per week through spring 1981,
$3 10 per hour Must be responsible and
interested in working well with various types of
people. Equal Opportunity Employer Women,
minorities, physically disabled and gays en
couraged to apply Apply at Work-Study Office,
1527 Agate or call 686-3253. 98 7 6-26
SUBJECTS NEEDED for a group experiment
in psychology and political science. Sponsored
by the Institute for Social Science Research, U
of O. Subjects may earn from $0 to $12 or $15,
with an average of $3, for less than one hour's
participation The earnings depend on the
decisions of the group The experiments will be
hald mornings and early evenings on campus
Call Jack at 686-5062 from 9-12 a m. or 1-4
p.m., for participation and/or information
991:6-26
houu o i «rr ruoi i lung «v milmdll.
The ASUO is now accepting applications tor
five statf positions.
t Administrative Assistant to the President.
2. Administrative Assistant to the Vice-Pre
sident for Administration and Finance
3 Administrative Assistant to the Vice-Pre
sident for Programs and Publicity
4 Administrative Assistant to the Vice-Pre
sident for University and State Attairs.
5. Work-study staff assistant to the Vice-Pre
sident for University and State Affairs.
The first three positions require 15-20 hours
per week and pay a stipend of $95/month for 9
months and $54/month tor three months. The
fourth requires 15-20 hours per week and pays
a stipend of $95/month for 9 months. Positions
five requires a work-study qualified person 15
hours per week at $3.50 per hour
Application deadline la Thursday, June 26
at 5 p.m. Job descriptions and applications
available in Suite 4, EMU. The ASUO is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action em
ployer_992:6-26
ROOMMATES
Nice older house needs THREE ROOM
MATES for summer, TWO for fall. ONLY
$86/month. Near campus, yard, fireplace
683-1822. 6-26
FEMALE WANTED TO SHARE nice 2 be
droom townhouse Close to campus. $105,
utilities. Available Sept. 1. 1805 Garden Ave
344-5167. 7-17
ROOMMATE WANTED: Spacious 2 bedroom
townhouse apt. with t Vi bath, fireplace, small
patio Semi-furnished. Rent is $120 per month
plus utilities Next door to Mazzi's 344-2430
7-1
FOR RENT
BLACKSTONE MANOR APARTMENTS,
1750 Alder St., now taking applications for fall
and summer 1 and 2 bedroom apartments,
$165 and up. 687-0684 _ 681 UH
CAMPUS, 1 BLOCK, 5 bedroom, 1 Vi bath
house, $500 month, $300 security deposit.
Available June 16th, 484-6207. 854:UH
4 blocks to campus
1 bedroom, unfurnished apt at 1345 Ferry.
New carpeting, appliances, storage, otf-street
parking $160 a month, deposit $120, cleaning
$301 Dave 343-3207 or Jett 484-1319.905 UH
FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE on westside Quiet,
appliances, work to reduce rent, garden space,
$375, 1st/last/dep 344-1964 6-26
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS, 1 block
from campus. $145 summer rates Taking
reservations for fall. Bev 343-5337 966;UH
Fircrest Apartments
4 Blk from campus
2-2 bdr unfurnished available June 16th, $195;
1-1 bdr unfurnished $165; security deposit
$120; cleaning fee $40. Next to neighborhood
park; 630 E 14th Ave. Contact Jett 484-1319.
tfn
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 :UH
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:UH
10 EAST 18th: Two bedroom, cute, clean, all
utilities paid $249 with $199 deposit
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 HIGH ST 485-8252
__859:UH
FOR RENT DURING TRIALS 5 blocks from
field Big room in very nice house John
342-2374.6-24
LEASE: Dwelling including horse pasture and
stables, secluded, lake view, no children, $375.
835-7776._ 6-24
REMODELED APT. Move in July 1 'h block
from campus DW, disposal, 2 br , furniture
683-5272 Brad or Tim. Free case of beer!
6-26
SUMMER SUBLET Furnished br in 2 br apt (&
use of Iv, kitch, bath), 4 blocks from campus
Quiet, pleasant building Rent $100/month.
Phone 342-7460. 6-24
ONE BEDROOM in 2 bedroom house 1690
Moss St $115 a month, plus deposit Close to
campus._7-1
VERY NEAR UNIVERSITY 2-bedroom, sum
mer rates, adults only, no pets 345-5828.
_ 6-24
QUADS_
CAMPUS COURT QUADS: 1 block to U of O
library Private refrigerator and Vt bath. Sum
mer rates from $99/month start June 16.
Reserve now tor summer and fall. 1544 Alder,
686-1075.890:UH
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:UH
QUADS, SUMMER RATES $105 plus deposit
Utilities included. Call after 6:00 p.m.,
683-2733 or 686-0429. Manager. #4, THE
BROWN DERBY, 441 East 17th. 959 UH
QUADS: Private bath, refrigerator, $130 per
month 738 East 16th, 687-0143 or683-2271.
JEAN TATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
215UH
MORE QUADS
690 A 692 EAST 16th: Quads in quiet campus
location, private bath, refrigerator, share large
kitchen and dining. Summer rates $109 plus
desposits Resident Manager 687-2774
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 HIGH ST 485-8252
881 :UH
YOU CAN BE CLOSE TO CAMPUS
1728 FERRY: Resident Manager, 686-2336.
Summer rates $99-$109.
475 EAST 15th: Resident Manager, 343-0459.
$96-$118.50
IPM CO.. REALTOR
1065 HIGH ST 485-8252
860:UH
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
SUMMER RATES $85 and 95
CALL MANAGER 686-2470
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 HIGH ST 485-8252
811 :UH
RENTALS
THE ATTIC
MINI STORAGE UNITS: 5x10, 10x10, 10x20
foot units now renting 1026 Highway 99 North,
just south ot the Gilbert Shopping Center
689-9230_ 5075:UH
Summer Special Rate
Color TV, $35 month, $50 doposlt.
DEKA ELECTRONICS
390 West 12th 342-2488
_950:6-26
I OST & FOUND
$100 REWARD: Auditron left in Xerox ma
chine, Social Science library. No questions
asked 686-3345. 6-26
CHILD CARE
PLAYLAND NURSERY
Small, unique daycare center, convenient to
LCC and U of 0, openings available 344-6751.
________ 7-3
MARKET BASKET
We get our produce fresh everyday,
shouldn't you!
JUST PRODUCE
742 East 24th 683-4321
___162:UH
Johan’s French Bread
» M) of wine and thou
available at Sundance A Sahalle'a
___ 595UH
MILLER’S GROCERY
1065 East 20th 345-6727
Between Harris & Potter St
GROCERIES-COLD BEER-WINE
Variety of other needs
Open 10 to 10 Sunday thru Thursday
10 to 11 Friday 6 Saturday
Yes, we accept food stamps
178:UH
TOM’S
A U of O TRADITION
Domestic beers-10P oil case price
Large selection of chilled wines, imported
beers, coffee, hot sandwiches & fresh Humble
Bagels for those all-nighters.
OPEN 24 HOURS
Personal checks, Visa, Mastercharge accepted
TOM'S MARKET 19th A Agate
182UH
FOOD & PRINK
JUNE IS ROYAL TREAT
MONTH AT DAIRY QUEEN
99 cent specials: Banana Splits, Buster Par
faits. etc Dairy Queen, 13th and Hllyard.
960:6-24
EVENTS
PIZAN'S WELCOMES BACK the Wednesday
night Stammpisch from 8 p.m. to midnight.
989:U
ENTERTAINMENT
CINEMA 7
10th & Olive-Atrium Building
687-0733
ENDS TUESDAY
BOGART-BACALL
in HEMINGWAY'S
TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT
Showing at 8 only
And BEN GAZZARA in
SAINT JACK
Showing at 9:45 only
EUGENE PREMIERE STARTS WED.
THROUGH JULY 1
JILL CLAYBURGH
BARRY MATTHEWS
LUNA
Bertolucci s newest, most ambitious and
lyrical
SHOWING AT 8 PM ONLY
DOMINIQUE SANDA
in Bresson's
UNE FEMME
DOUCE
Based on Dostoyevsky's short story "A
Gentle Creature,” the film tells of a
young woman who marries an intro
spective pawnbroker. A mysterious
process of oppression unfolds as
Dominique Sanda delivers perhaps the
most erotic and natural of all Bresson's
heroines.
SHOWING AT 10:15 ONLY
Reduced Adm Sun Matinee 2 p.m.
MIDNIGHT SHOWS NIGHTLY
JUNE 24-28
HELD OVER BY POPULAR DEMAND
MARILYN CHAMBERS
In the X-Rated Classic
BEHIND THE
GREEN DOOR
Requires separate admission
971 6-26
CARNIVAL THEATRE
PRESENTS
“DA”
A WARM COMEDY
by
HUGH LEONARD
JUNE 19, 20, 21
JUNE 25, 26, 27, 28
ROBINSON THEATRE
8:30 PM Tickets $4
Reservations 686-4191
963:6-26
BANNED!
From U of O campus
See display ad
on page 3
6-26
THE ANANDA MARGA SOCIETY
PRESENTS
THE TURNING
POINT
Anne Bancroft and Shirley MacLaine
turn in great performances as two ballet
dancers who chose different paths in life
- one choosing a family, and one
choosing a career An exploration of
their friendship is combined with breath
taking dancing scenes to create a mag
nificent motion picture.
THURSDAY, JUNE 26 7 « 9:30 PM
180 PLC $1.25
972 6-26