Fermi National Laboratory

Volume 22  |  Friday, April 30, 1999  |  Number 9
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CLASSIFIEDS

FOR SALE

  • 90 Chrysler LeBaron GT, 2 dr, v6, white/red int., loaded, 76K miles, runs great, extra clean, $3,200. Contact albright@fnal.gov or Carl, x3346.

  • 90 Dodge Dynasty LE, 3.3 liter v6, Air, power seats, windows, sunroof etc., am/fm stereo/cassette, 114K miles, clean, $2,000 obo, x8187 or (630) 545-0898.

  • 87 Nissan Sentra SE, 4-cyl. 1.6 liter, auto, front wheel drive, air, tilt, cruise, am/fm stereo/cassette, venting sun roof, 84K miles, clean, $1,600 obo, x8187 or (630) 545-0898.

  • 86 Saab 900S 4 door 5 speed, red, 75K miles, excellent condition, no rust, no problems, $3,500. Contact Peter at x2629 or pcooper@fnal.gov.

  • 84 Toyota Camry, auto, 4 dr sedan, 116K miles, $700 obo. Call Colleen, x8887.

  • House, Naperville, walk to train, shopping, riverwalk, playgrounds, & schools. Across from park. 4 lrg bdrms, 2.5 bath, eat-in kitchen, family rm, fireplace, full unfinished basement, 2 car attached garage, central air, landscaped yard w/mature trees, built-in gas grill, $214,900. Call Heidi x8452.

     RENT

  • House, Oak Park Aug 15- Jun 15, 2000. Furnished 4 bdrms, 2.5 bath, attached 2 car garage, screened porch, lrg fenced yard. Centrally located near schools, shopping, CTA, 30 miles east of Fermilab & 8 miles west of downtown Chicago. $1,950/mo + utilities (incl. Lawn service). Call (708) 386-7982 or joan@hep.uchicago.edu.

    WANTED

  • Medium grade drum set for budding 6th grade percussionist. Prefer brand name set w/at least 3 drums, snare, cymbals, stands, & all hardware. I’ll provide my own hearing protection & headache medication. Contact T.J. x3299 or sarlina@fnal.gov.

  • Pull-behind bicycle trailer for hauling children. Please call Eric, x2248 or (630) 761-0903 eve.

    CALENDAR

    Web site for Fermilab events: http://www.fnal.gov/faw/events.html

    MAY 5

    Academic Lectures: Neutrino Physics, "The LSND & Karmen Oscillation Experiments", Peter Kasper, 11a.m. in Curia II. http://wwwppd.fnal.gov/epp_www/Academic_Lectures/Academic_Lectures.html

    MAY 8

    Art Series presents: Nicholas Payton Quintet, $18. All performances begin at 8 p.m., Rasmey Auditorium, Wilson Hall. For tickets call (630) 840-ARTS.

    MAY 9

    Barn dance in Kuhn Village Barn 7 p.m. music by Rhys, Jim, & Jeff and calling by Martha Tyner. All dances are taught. People of all ages & experience levels welcome. Admission is $5, children under 12 are free (12-18 $2). Sponsored by the Fermilab Folk Club. For more info, call Lynn Garren, x2061 or Dave Harding, x2971.

    MAY 12

    Academic Lectures: Neutrino Physics, "The BooNE Experiment", Ray Stefanski, 11 a.m., Curia II. http://wwwppd.fnal.gov/epp_www/Academic_Lectures/Academic_Lectures.html

    MAY 13

    NALWO Spring Tea 10–noon at the home of Nancy Peoples. This is the last tea that Nancy will be hosting. Please come to thank her for her support of NALWO all those years and to wish her well with her new life. If you can, please bring an appetizer or dessert to share. For directions or more information call Selitha Raja (630) 305-7769.

     

    MAY 14

    International Film Society Presents: Regeneration Dir: Gillies MacKinnon (Can/UK, 1997, 105 mins). Film at 8 p.m., Ramsey Auditorium, Wilson Hall, $4. (630) 840-8000. http://www.fnal.gov/culture/film_society.html

    MAY 19

    Wellness Works presents: Annual Employee Health & Fitness Day, 11:30 – 1 Ring Road, A1.

    ONGOING

    English Classes, Thursdays at the Users’ Center from 10–11:30, classes are free. NALWO coffee for newcomers & visitors every Thursday at the Users’ Center, 10:30–12, children are welcome. In the barn, International folk dancing, Thursdays, 7:30–10 p.m., call Mady, (630) 584–0825; Scottish country dancing Tuesdays, 7–9:30 p.m., call Doug, x8194.



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