'99 Harley-Davidson Sportster Custom XL883C (Black) 3,000 miles, windshield, forward controls, saddle bag brackets and touring seat. Asking $7,500. Terry, X4572, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Janine at email@example.com.
'99 Goldwing SE (Silver) with extras, price reduced to $14,500ólower than new and the extras still go with it. 11K miles, excellent condition, runs great. Markland receiver hitch and (5 pin) OEM trailer wiring kit, Markland floorboards, foam grips and extra Windshield. Also 2 headsets for the intercom. Still has 2 yrs on original (unlimited miles) warranty. Can get another 3 yrs extended (unlimited miles). Call Terry X4572 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
'96 Ford Explorer, ěEddie Bauerî, V-8 automatic, 35,000 miles all accessories, inc. JBL, CD changer stereo system, cassette, moon roof, lighted sun visor, leather power seats, Lady driver, one owner, very very nice SUV. $19,950 obo. Mike x3924, or 847-426-1596.
'90 Honda Civic Si Hatchback, 3 dr, very reliable, good condition inside & out, 2 yr new tires & breaks, new timing belt, 100k mi, A/C, 5 spd, moonroof, $3,150. x8295 x3604 428-0024 (evenings) email@example.com
'88 Plymouth Sundance 4-door hatchback excellent condition, 105,000 miles, new brakes, battery and radiator $2,000 obo x8295 x3604 428-0024 (evenings) firstname.lastname@example.org
'77 Honda Goldwing 1000, excellent condition with Vetter fairing and packs, 66K miles. Lots of extras. Asking $1,300 or best offer. Contact Gary at 896-6196 evenings.
Nordic Track machine $150; king size waterbed frame $40; toddler bed, new mattress $20; futon frame (wood) $50; snow skis, 3 sets, assorted sizes and bindings, and poles, all for $30. Call Terry X4572 or e-mail email@example.com
5 SAT & 1 ACT books ('98 editions) in fairly new condition, including "10 Real SAT's" by The College Board, and Princeton Review's SAT book, $50 for all. Jenny, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 630-355-1253
Guitar, Gibson 1956 ES-135 good condition $700, amplifiers Marshall AS80 like new $375, and Fender Reverb 30, good condition $125. Guitar Maker's cam clamps, Stewart-MacDonald part no. 3721, 6 for $35. Curtis x2394 or Crawford @fnal.gov.
Left-handed Tommy Armour 855 Hot Scott driver, 3 wood and 5 wood, graphite shaft, $150 for all three. Fred 4364 or FredU@fnal.gov
BABY SITTING needed for my 6 year-old during summer. Ideal for high-schooler or college girl -time: M-F 9:30 am to 6 pm (afternoons at the Fermilab pool), $40/day, weeks from June 5 to July 21, 2000. Must have use of a car. 630-840-2574 or 983-3575 (eve)
Newly redecorated 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, 10 minutes from Fermilab available. $550 - $750 / month. 630-892-5257
Spacious room for rent to female (physicist or student) 10 miles from Lab independent floor utilities and kitchen privileges, garage, living room to share, available July 31. $395/month call 840-2574 Silvia.
Three bedroom ranch single family home in Summer Lakes, Warrenville for $985/month. One car attached garage. Five minutes to Fermilab. Access to clubhouse with pool, work out equipment, hot tub and much more. Call Karen at X5427 or 836-9246.
To be given away: Free venetian mini-blinds and verticals, various sizes and colors. Inquire for details. x6342 or email@example.com
The Fermilab Barnstormers host the eleventh annual Anthony Frelo Memorial Helicopter Fly-In, Saturday 6/24 and Sunday 6/25, including an appearance by the Channel 2 helicopter. Everyone is invited and spectators are welcome. Pilots of all skill levels are encouraged to participate, with everything from trainers to scale models. Pilots must have AMA license to fly. Refreshments will be available. For more information, please call Jim Zagel at 4076 or Dave Pushka at 8767.
The 12 o'clock (noon) Bible Study continues its one-year survey of the Bible, Wednesdays in the Huddle located in the cross gallery. If interested contact Jeff Ruffin x4432, or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Help Batavia Celebrate the New Millennium!
The City of Batavia is celebrating the new millennium over the long Fourth of July weekend. There will be various programs devoted to Batavia's past, present, and future. Fermilab is, of course, part of all of these. Fermilab is planning two activities for this B2K celebration. The first is hosting a Film Festival (Saturday afternoon, July 1). We anticipate that this will be the first visit to Fermilab for many of the filmgoers, who will also be interested in investigating Wilson Hall and finding out what it is we do here. The second activity is a program on Fermilab and its plans for the future, at Batavia High School (Sunday afternoon, July 2). This will be highlighted by a presentation for the general public by Associate Director for Accelerators Steve Holmes. We plan to have videos and question and answer sessions with Fermilab employees both before and after Steve's presentation. We are asking for volunteers, especially Batavia residents, to help with the film festival, to be available to answer the public's questions both at Fermilab and BHS, and to help with the presentations. This is a chance to meet your neighbors from Batavia, and to represent the Laboratory, face to face, as a real-live person who happens to be a scientist, engineer, or other valued Fermilab employee or user. If interested, please respond to Peter H. Garbincius, x3693, email@example.com.
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