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

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    686-4343
CLASSIFIEDS
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
betore publication Ads that are to appear in
Monday's paper must be in by 1 PM Friday
PAYMENT: All ads must be paid for in advance
unless a billing agreement has been established
with us
RATES: Rates are 10 cents per word tor the tirst
day and 8 cents per word tor consecutive days
the ad is run without change
$2.00 Minimum for lirst Insertion
$1.60 minimum tor consecutive insertions
There is no refund lor ad cancellations.
The ODE cannot be responsible tor more than
one day’s incorrect advertising insertion If your
ad appears incorrectly, call 686-4343 betore 1
PM tor 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
OUR BUSINESS may be small, but we have
the largest sale force in the Willamette Val
ley the thousands of people you see wear
ing Birkenstocks Come see and feel why!
BIRKENSTOCK
FOOTPRINTS
Atrium (2nd floor) Mon-Sat 11 -6 pm
687-0065 repairs & resoling
1517:11-10
OHAUS SCALE for Christmas? $78 Micros
cope for Christmas? Eugene Scientific &
Chemical 484-401811-18
SMITH-CORONA ‘INTREPID’ electric ball
typewriter Still sealed in carton; never used
Cost $377, will sell for $300 or best 663-9033.
11-10
IRISH HARPS. Various sizes Easy to play.
Sylvia Woods, Box 29521, Los Angeles, Ca
90029.11-11
MUST SELL KING-SIZE WATERBED. Pad
ded headboard and side-rails $120, or offer
Queen-size matlress; extra long with box
springs, $40 683-1797_11-10
KING-SIZE WATERBED. frame without
pedistal; with heater and liner $60. Call
343-6716 after 1:30pm._ 11-10
45” HAMMET LOOM: good condition; loom
too large tor owner, must sell in order to get
smaller loom $250 344-3172 11-11
RUY & SELL
BUY-SELL-TRADE
Stereo, photography equipment, tools, musical
instruments, etc , etc , etc
THE BUY 6 SELL CENTER 678 OLIVE
1 73MWF
SERVICES
LAFLER SILKSCREENING: Promote your
dorm, frat or organization with custom printed
T-shirts. Quality printing at reasonable rates
342-1927 11-12
TYPING
TYPING: GRADUATE SCHOOL APPROVED
Overnight Service-Reasonable Rates. IBM
Self-Correcting NANCY MS-4002, SUSAN
688-2064 1009:MWF:12-1
PROFESSIONAL TYPING IBM Selectric
Pick-up and delivery. 485-4586. 12-10
PROFESSIONAL TYPING IBM Selectric
Pick-up and delivery 485-4586_12-10
TYPING SERVICES: Papers, theses, manu
scripts, fast, accurate, neat Reasonable rates.
Julie Foster, 345-1218.11-11
TYPING: GRADUATE SCHOOL APPROVED
Overnight Service-Reasonable Rates IBM
Self-Correcting NANCY MS-4002, SUSAN
OSS-20641009:MWF:12-1
PROFESSIONAL TYPING IBM Selectric
Pick-up and delivery 485-4586._12-10
TYPING: 15 years experience Papers, disser
tations, editing IBM Selectric Pick-up &
deliver. Call Carole at 6SS-3M3.910:tfn
NANCY RILEY
666-9591
Typing/Editing Correcting Selectric 15 Yrs
Tech Publications Experience.012:tfn
PROFESSIONAL TYPIST: Statistical
specialist IBM Correcting Selectric Graduate
approved. Near campus. 344-0759. 953:tfn
PRINTING? No, just looks like it. Experienced
professional, experienced APA format, IBM
variable spaced executive typewriter.
345-0266.771 :tfn
PRO TYPING/EDITING
2 blocks from UO Graduate approved
Jennifer 465-3683
340:HFM
TYPING/EDITING
Professional Quality
CeM Judy or Sera
686-0739
964HFM
GURANTEED TYPING
Evenings M8-9799
172MWF
PRINTING? No, just looks like it Experienced
professional, experienced APA format. IBM
variable spaced executive typewriter.
345-0266. _771 MWF
PAPERS, RESEARCH. RESUMES Expert
writer-typist Phone Jack. 484-5492
MWF 10-17
Page 10
STATISTICAL, MANUSCRIPTS
Transcription-including legal / medical
Donna 344-1816
472:MW
PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC
TYPING-EDITING All levels IBM Electronic
Pica-Elite. Cyndi Henke 687-9326 MWF
^OUND SYSTEMS
Jim’s Electronics
STEREO REPAIR
AUDIO SERVICES
1627 Poarl Street 343-7663
Monday thru Friday 9-6 p.m
5635:tfn
BOOKS & SUPPLIES
60,000 BOOKS IN STOCK
All selling 25% to 50% off list prices
New Books-Text Books-Cliff Notes
Magazines
USED BOOKS BOUGHT and SOLD
10% OFF on all new books
SMITH FAMILY BOOKSTORE
768 East 13111
5223 :tfn
SKI STUFF
LONG SKIS: Ross, Dynamic. Dynastar, K-2,
X-C: 201 -203, CHEAP, Call Jett. 683-2035,
11-10
CROSS COUNTRY
SKI SALE
SKIES AND BOOTS
1/2 PRICE
THIS WEEK
at
SUGAR PINE RIDGE
877 E. 13th 345-55841561:11-14
OLIN MARK V, G.S., 200cm: with Look
Nevada bindings Good condition Best otter
takes: 683-4304, evenings best. 11-12
CARS & CYCLES
79 HONDA CM400A Excellent condition,
many extras, 6200 miles, $1100 or best otter
686- 4794 ask tor Darrylene11-10
78 VESPA 125 w/windshield 100 plus MPG,
1300 actual miles, $1200 (will neg).
687- 1578_11-1Q
1965 FORD XL CONVERTIBLE 390 V8.
automatic, power steering, power brakes &
windows Many extras. Car is in show room
condition $3500, or trade tor late model luxury
car or 4x4 pick-up. Eve:689-307211-11
HONDA CX 500: 1978, Low miles, excel
cond , with a bell helmet: asking $1400- or best
otter After 7:30pm, ask for Lee 11-18
AUTO REPAIR
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 and
Alfa Romeo vehicles Jerry Berger, 344-4806
1174:MW
NO NAME GARAGE
VOLKSWAGEN SERVICE 6 REPAIR
21S9 Roosevelt 689-4556
i. 170MWF
AUDI-BMW-PORSCHE-MERCEDES-VW
WEST SIDE
FOREIGN AUTO
German Auto Spaciallsts
1069 W. 3rd 4S4-4930
1107MWF
Four & Six
Automotive
Specializing in repair and maintenance of 4 & 6
cyclinder wafer-cooled vehicles.
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
1381 W 2nd Ave (2nd A Taylor) 342-3254
5699:tfn
SAAB and VOLVO maintenance and repair
M A B SWIFT SHOP
1190 Main. Springfield 747-5805
5253 :tfn
WANTED_
CASH
FOR ALL FORMS
GOLD
SILVER
DIAMONDS
BREIDE GOLD
EXCHANGE, INC.
Come see us at our new location in the
Mohawk Plaza, next to the Waterbed Wa
rehouse. or we will buy in your home
9:30-7 Monday-Friday
10-5 Saturday-Sunday
After hourfe call 687-0760
1216 MOHAWK BLVD.
747-4654
WANT TO BUY 2 complete sets of basketball
tickets. Please call 345-6414(week-days).
11-11
RESPONSIBLE INDIVIDUAL/COUPLE to
live in our Bethel(N. Eugene) home, 19 Dec.-1
Jan., in exchange for pet care. No additional
pets, please 689-8934 11-11
OPPORTUNITIES
ATTENTION STUDENTS: Opportunity to
work in Oregon State Legislature winter and
spring terms through University of Oregon
Legislature Internship Program Contact Carol
Johansen, CSPA Applications ave November
17th. Credit available through academic
departments 1557:11 -14
HELP WANTED
WANTED:
Volunteer Coaches
(Male & Female)
for Y.M.C.A. Youth
basketball Program
The VBA (Youth Basketball Association) is
sponsored by the YMCA and the N.B.P.A.
(National Basketball Players' Association) for
boys and girls in the third, fourth, and fifth
grades in Eugene The best coaches over the
past four years of the program have been
University students So again this year, we re
asking students to volunteer your time so that
the 1980-81 Y.B A season will be a positive
experience for all the youngsters involved. If
you are interested in giving some of your time
or would like more information on the program,
contact QAVE SHELLY at the Eugene Family
YMCA, 686-M22, or stop by the office of the
University of Oregon YMCA, Suite 5, EMU
1506:11-10
THE ASUO IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICA
TIONS for the position of ASUO Legislative
Coordinator. Applications and job descriptions
are available in Suite 4, EMU. Filing deadline is
Wednesday, November 12. The ASUO is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Em
ployer 1537:11-12
THE ASUO IS NOW ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS for the position of ASUO Vice
President of State and University Affairs.
Applications are available in Suite 4, EMU.
Filing deadline is Wednesday, November 12.
The ASUO is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer.1536:11-12
THE EMU CRAFT CENTER needs qualified
Instructors for its natural dyeing, tableloom.
spinning, quiltmaking, batik and wood carving
workshops Submit resumes by November 10
Call Janet, 686-4361, for more information.
1533:11-10
uvtMbt»b jutib- bummer/year rouna
Europe, Asia All fields $500-$1200 monthly.
Sightseeing. Free Info. Write: UC. Box 52-OR3,
Corona Del Mar, Ca., 92625.12-9
WORK-STUDY POSITIONS open at the En
vironmental Studies Center, hours flexible, to
suit you. Call Aline: 484-5529 or stop by 104
Condon Hall.1548:11-10
UPPER DIVISION OR GRADUATE
STUDENT to take notes in Econ. 375 Apply
Room 15, EMU immediately 686-3729
1552:11-11
TEACHING POSITIONS AVAILABLE for
graduate students with successful teaching
experience 6.S8/hr. Must b« work study
qualified. Fro more information, call the
Learning Resources Center at 686-3226.
1553:11-14
GRAPHIC ARTIST OR GRAPHIC DESIGN
student wanted for part-time, tree lance, design
work Call Wallpaper Warehouse, 686-8303.
11-13
HELPtl I need a tutor for Chem 104. 2hrs./wk.
Pay negotiable. Please call 686-0893. 11-12
THE EMU BOARD HAS a volunteer program
position opening. Position requires that you
attend all EMU Board meetings and serve on
one EMU Board sub-committee. Additional
requirements and position description availa
ble in the ASUO office, Suite 4, EMU The EMU
is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Employer.1565:11-12
WORKSTUDY POSITION: Student Geron
tology Association, hours flexible Apply in
Suite 3. end 11-12 5pm. The ASUO is an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Em
ployer Job description in Suite 3, EMU.
1564:11-12
SEARCH HAS AN OPENING for individuals
interested in taking an active part in alternative
education. Woricstudy qualified only. Dead
line: Nov 14 Contact Suite 1, EMU, x4377
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Em
ployer_1566:11-12
SUBJECTS NEEDED for group experiment in
psychology and political science Sponsored
by Institute for Social Science Research,
University of Oregon. Subjects may earn from
$0 to $12, with an average of about $5, for less
than an hour's work The earnings depend on
the decision of the group. The experiment will
be held late afternoons/early evenings on the
U of O campus Call Alphons at 686-5062
between 9-12am or 2-5pm workdays for par
ticipation and / or information 1567:11-12
CARTOONIST AND PERSONS WITH POLI
TICAL HUMOR for co-op book and tots of fun
Call Carol: 942-2724 eve 11-12
ROOMMATES
HOUSEMATE WANTED Share nice home,
quiet neighborhood. Includes own bedroom
plus study, washer, dryer $162 50/mo. Call
Mike evenings. 343-0489 11-10
ROOMATES WANTED to share a beautiful
home We share huge kitchen, common room,
yard with fruit and greenhouse Wooden floors
2 blocks from University Call Francoise or Jeff
at 485-6199. 11-10
ROOMATE WANTED TO SHARE large fur
nished 1 bedroom apt 1 block from campus
$105,686-1545 11-14
ROOMATE WANTED TO SHARE very
spacious 2 bdrm house. Large yard with veggie
garden, fireplace Xloft, close to campus $145
plus 344-8796 Terry. 11-12
ROOMATE WANTED IMMEDIATELY for nice
furnished 3 bedroom house Close to campus
M or F. Fireplace, washer/dryer Start on Dec
1 $105 & utilities. 485-1572. 11-11
FOR RENT
WEST SPRINGFIELD
1 Vi miles from campus Two bedroom apart
ment, appliances, drapes, carpet, laundry,
off-street parking End of bike path, $210.
Frank 741 -1506 or Nancy 344-8888. 1124:tfn
361 EAST 13th
Centrally located, one bedroom apt. Ap
pliances. carpeting, laundry facilities.
$199/$215 plus deposits Manager 342-8502
IPM CO.. REALTOR
1065 HIGH ST. 485-8252
1115:tfn
McKenzie Townhouses
17th and Hays Easy access to ccampus, on
the bike path and all shopping Two bedrooms,
1 Vi bath, applianced kitchen, carpet, drapes,
off-street parking $249 plus deposits, $235 six
month lease Manager 485-5851.
IPM CO.. REALTOR
1065 HIGH ST. 485-8252
1119:tfn
FURNISHED TWO BEDROOM APART
MENTS Two blocks from campus, three units,
rents at $295, $300 and $310 Also, a large
furnished one bedroom apartment at $190 For
more information call Jack 484-0251 , or Kelly
345-6223.1493 11-14
TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED APT Vi block
from campus Carpets, drapes, laundry facili
lies. $295 Call 485-6175._ 11-10
ROOMS IN NICE S.E. HOME with myself and
daughter $135 rent includes utilities. Cindy,
683-1925.11-10
Eastside, Westside
475 EAST 15th/$109
Room in house, kitchen privleges Resident
Manager 343-0459 evenings.
1728 FERRY/8118
Nice quad, carpet drapes. Resident Manager
686-2336 eves
1247/1257 WEST 6th
Studios and one bedrooms, carpets, drapes,
laundry facilities. Great storage! $169-$189 or
$149-$169 with 6 month lease Call Manager
683-1095
625 EAST 16th/$279
Furnished 2 bedroom apartment. Carpets,
drapes, appliances Very close to campus.
Resident Manager 485-3461
SOUTHGATE
2345 PATTERSON/$269
One and two bedroom luxury apartments
Carpets, drapes, laundry room, courtyard,
sauna Resident Manager 666-0072
IPM CO., REALTOR
1065 HIGH ST. 485-8252
1515:tfn
APARTMENTS: 3-bedroom contemporary.
The Hayward House Fully furnished, decks,
underground parking 1290 E 18th, mgr. #7.
$495/mo 485-4390, 484-1238, 484-1827.
11-25
LARGE FURNISHED SABBATICAL HOUSE.
3-br., den, study. 15 minute bike ride to
campus. Jan 1st to Aug 15th. Responsible
non-smokers only $550. 484-2252 11-10
LARGE FURNISHED 1-2 BEDROOM apart
ments near campus. $215/$285. No pets
484-1619,689-1081.1527:tfn
LARGE TWO BEDROOM APT: Available Nov
5th Furnished, dishwasher, laundry, 1 /2 block
from campus. Friendly atmosphere Leave
message at 683-7235.11-11
HOUSE WITH 2 OR 3 BEDROOMS Fireplace,
garage, yard. Close to campus. $330/mo,
683-1017, 686-400311-14
PARKING SPACES AVAILABLE for rent One
blck from campus. Inquire at 1458 Alder or call
484-3932. 11-12
QUADS_
QUADS $125
Clean, available now
THE BROWN DERBY
441 E 17th 683-7353
1456:tfn
DORM CONTRACTS
DORM CONTRACTS FOR SALE Fun floor,
rm. 210 Henderson. Call Cindy or Kellyanne
x4986.11-13
WILL PAY TAKER OF DORM CONTRACT
Male of female-will negotiate Call Laura or
Faith evenings 683-9378 11-12
| OST & FOUND
REWARD: Lost one black A tan fluffy cat
named Emms. Female. Lost In the Agate A
17th Arsa. Ph. 464-4743.11-10
REWARD: Return of 4 mo. old female cat
Tabby-point Siamese Lost Nov 4 at 8th and
Washington 484-6311. 11-12
MARKET BASKET
We get our produce fresh everyday,
shouldn't you!
JUST PRODUCE
742 East 24th 683-4321
_ 162:MF
PREMIUM QUALITY LAMBS FOR SALE live
or cut and wrapped to order LAW Lamb Co.
344-6994_M:1-16
WILLAMETTE PEOPLE'S FOOD CO-OP
E. 22nd A EMERALD
10-7 M-F
10-6 SAT
1-7 SUN
Introductory student discount
Membership optional
Discount bulk buying
1347 MH
EVENTS
The Outdoor Program's magazine FREE
COUNTRY TIMES is currently seeking sub
missions! Outdoor related articles, photo
graphy, and art work will be accepted until Nov
17. For more information call 686-4365. 11 -12
erick HAWKINS
DANCE CO.
FREE EVENTS
Tuesday, Nov. 11
Cathy Ward teaching intermediate/advanced
level technique class, Rm. 353 Gerlinger
Annex. 12:30-2:15. Tickets available Rm 161
Gerlinger, 8-11am: 1-4pm ENROLLMENT
LIMITED.
ERICK HAWKINS speaking on "The Meaning
of Beauty in Dance Movement " 2:30, Forum
Rm. EMU. 1540:11-11
ANTHROPOLOGY 400. tation Series 3, "Latin
America and Socioeconomic Change: Select
ed Topic Discussion,"' By Bill Harp will be held
at4pm, Mon, Nov 10in room301 Condon. For
info call 344-9773, Kenta Sato.11-10
SLIDESHOW
On Imperialism
And The Revoluton
In Iran
Monday Novamstoar 10th at 7pm, room 167
EMU 11-10
UO OUTDOOR PROGRAM PRESENTS
AFRICA
A multi-image slide presentation on climbing
and backpacking in East Africa.
MONDAY, NOV. 10 7:30pm
177 LAWRENCE NO ADMISSION
11-10
EMU CULTURAL FORUM
presents
GLORIA
STEINEM
speaking on
WOMEN’S RIGHTS
TUESDAY EVENING NOV 18
8 pm at McArthur Court
TICKETS: $2 UO Students
S3 General Public
available at
EMU Main Desk, U of O Bookstore, B.
Dalton Bookstore. For childcare infor
mation call 686-4376. 1570:11-18
ENTERTAINMENT
CINEMA 7
10th & Olive-Atrium Building
687-0733
TONITE THROUGH TUESDAY
Oregon Premiere
CINEMA 7 & THE EUGENE COUNCIL FOR
HUMAN RIGHTS IN LATIN AMERICA
present
PORTRAIT OF TERESA
Direcega's first fictional feature with a fantastic
performance by Daisy Granados (Vega's wife)
as Teresa goes to the heart of the Cuban
women's situation (and is relevant to modern
U S. married life). "An artistic and dramatic
success, beautifully played " Molly Haskell
SHOWING 7:30 ONLY
SUN MAT 2 PM
Eugene Premiere
ANGIVERA
A most pleasant surprise from the 1979 N Y.
Film Festival. Veronica Pap, an actress of
extraordinary beauty and sensitivity, stars in
director Pa l Gabor's sophisticated recounting
of a young woman's political and sexual
education in the newly Communized Hungary
of 1948
SHOWNG 9:40 ONLY
SUN MAT 4:10 PM
TONITE
EMU CULTURAL
FORUM PRESENTS
ERICK
HAWKINS
DANCE
COMPANY
MONDAY
NOV 10
TUESDAY
NOV 11
SHELDON
THEATRE
8 PM
1569:11-11
Monday, November 10,1980