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(10A) Regional Planning grad
student desires full-time
employment. Prefer work regional or
urban planning experiences in data
processing including computer
operations and keypunch. Also unit
record machines both Univac and
IBM. Contact Elsie Mary Hollis, 215
Woodbine, Hbg. 236-6415.
(4B) Waitress. Night shift. Starting
6 o'clock. Openings on Thurs. Fri.,
Sat. and Sundays. Good tips plus an
hourly wage. Apple in person at
Pappy’s Family Pub, Hills Shopping
Center Jonestown Rd. Hbg, Pa.
Phone 652-5800 for interview.
(1B) Part-time cook. Two students
looking for reliable person to cook
one evening meal five evenings a
week and clean apartment one day a
week. Negotiable. Pineford Village
Middletown, Call 944-4240. After
(4B) Musicians seeking keyboard
and bass players to form hard
working band. All musicians welcome
to apply. Call Rich 944-3457.
(2B) Hula Dancer for round table
in lobby of old Air Force
mausoleum. Apply Sunday 1 to 1:05
(2C) Roommate wanted to share
three bedroom house fifteen minutes
from campus. Off street parking,
phone, TV and furnished bedroom.
Help share rent and utilities. Call
John or Jeff at 939-9911 after 4:30
(10D) Chess instruction provided
free by members of the Capitol
Campus Chess Club Wednesday, 12
noon, Gallery Lounge.
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(4D) Car Radio, tape player,
stereo, TV, B/W and color.
Guaranteed repairs by students for
students. Call John 939-9911.
(10D) Expert Auto repairs. All
makes and models, foreign and
domestic. Also Honda Motorcycle
repairs. Reasonable prices! Contact
Ed at 8468 K inland Ave. Meade
Heights or Phone 944-0532.
(2D) Let's get it on. The date is
November 9th. The time is 8:30 p.m.
until 1:30 a.m. The place is the
Student Center. The band is The
Dymond Funk Band. Only sl.7s’for
(3E) '65 Mustang - 3 spd. 6 cyl.,
good running cond. Reasonable price.
Call Rich Barrett at 944-9338 in 108
(1E) Rock albums for sale. Many
to choose from. $2,00 per album.
Call John at 944-3335 or drop over
to 850 B Kirtland Ave.
(1E) Philco console B/W 21" T.V.,
$35. 4' x 8' Christmas platform with
legs $2O. Warner T - 30,5 spd. truck
transmission $65. 20 HP Mercury
outboard motor, like new, $450.
(1G) The students for Tom
Osieski wish to thank all students
who supported Tom Osieski in this
(SE) Hammock with stand used
only a few times. Like new. Will
sacrifice at $6. Call Paul at 944-5845.
(6E) Bike and Camera for sale.
3-spd, 26" men’s Sunbeam (made in
Eng.) Lightweight frame. $59.95.
Also Yashica Electro-35,35 mm
camera, $89.95. Both in exc. cond.
Contact Ed Beck, Counseling Center
Wll7 or call 533-5393 evenings.
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(3E) Roll bar for Triumph
Spitfire. Like new. Asking $45. Call
(10E) Hoover mini-washing
machine for $BO or best offer. Call
Cindy at 944-7256.
(2E) '49 Packard Hearse converted
for camping or whatever. 23,000
miles with original draperies and two
rear snow tires. $2,500 value.
Sacrafice at $950, or will trade for
hot air baloon or glider or round trip
ticket to Peking. Great Ski vehicle.
Contact Chet Stesney at 644-0702
after 3 p.m.
(7E) Harmony Sovereign 6 string
acoustic guitar with case. In good
condition. Only $4O. Contact Dan at
944-0766 or 934 B Mars.
(2E) '7l VW Super Beetle. 16,000
miles with radio, tape player, snow
tires, fold down back seat afid recent
inspection. Exc. cond. Asking
$1,675. Contact Mark L. Konetski at
532 3rd St. Carlisle, Pa. or call
(10E) Mustang Mach I '7O 351.4
spd. posi fast back, rear wing, wood
console, tach very good cond. Sale or
trade for sports car. Contact Neil
Makin at 934 B Mars Drive or call
(7E) Dog boxes and book cases.
(10F) Wanted: One or two female
roommates to share "luxury"
apartment at Campus Manor.
Included is a dishwasher, garbage
disposal, wall to wall carpeting,
pation front, large furnished rooms
(bedroom suite needed only) and a
phone. Please contact Terry or Carol.
(SF) Wanted: a 2% square or 2'A x
2Vt camera. Either used or cheap
new. Call Earl at 944-5226.
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(7F) Do you have items of an
antique nature? Will consider
purchasing any item in spite of its
apparent uselessness. Also looking for
automobile around the year 1930,
preferably a Model 'A' Ford. Call
Paul at 944-5845.
(2F) Wanted an AM/FM tuner
amplifier in good shape. Should have
a phono input, good sensitivity,
selectivity. Call 234-8589 and ask for
(2G) Business Students. Ride
needed to Philadelphia or Carlisle on
Nov. 3, 1973 to take Admission Test
for graduate study in Business. Will
share expenses. Contact Daniel
Brown, 116 Church Hall, Telephone
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(1G) Knock, Knock, Jerry when
will you open the door. It is cold and
loney out here.
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(2G) Anyone interested in
practicing the art of Judo and
perhaps forming a club, contact Fred
Coleman, 137 Church Hall.
(10GI This summer plan to study
and travel in Europe, Comparative
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November 8, 1973
Look for a very special piece
of mail during your visit home
over the Thanksgiving holidays!
John W. Taylor, Financial
Officer for Capitol Campus,
reports that all bills for the
winter term are being mailed
from University Park on
November 19. They will be sent
to your home address and are
scheduled to arrive prior to, or
during the holidays. Any student
who does not receive as
estimated fee bill by the end of
the Thanksgiving recess must
report to the Capitol Campus
Finance Office immediately
after returning to campus.
All students, including those
receiving financial aid MUST
process their estimated fee bill
before the due date. Those on
financial aid should so indicate
in the appropriate space on the
Although registration will .be
held November 14-30, no
registration will be finalized
until estimated fee is processed.
Payments for the winter term
are due by December 5, unless
prior arrangements have been
made to extend the due date to
January 2, 1974. Any student
who anticipates not being able
to meet the December 5
deadline should make proper
arrangements in order to avoid a
late payment charge of $25.
As in the past, all fee
payments are to be mailed to the
bursarV 'office at University
Park, however any student who
has a financial problem should
consult with the Finance Office
here at the Capitol Campus.
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