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Passages Deaths Richard Carini, husband of Jean Carini, loan administra- tion assistant, Loan Ad- ministration, in July. R.M Nagley, father of Nancy Olson, purchasing as- sistant, Purchasing, in July. Father John Mynan, former professor of history, in May. Smoke-free Dining Here's a partial list of San Diego County's smoke-free restaurants: Baltimore Bagels - county- wide Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream - county-wide Calliope's Greek Cusine - Hillcrest Carl's Jr. - county-wide Cafe Ken - Kensington Casady's Deli Cafe - Encinitas Chick's Natural - Encinitas, Mira Mesa, Oceanside, Poway, Solana Beach and Vista. Cooked Goose - Mission Valley Crest Cafe - Hillcrest El Indio - downtown, Mission Hills, Pacific Beach, and San Ysidro The Good Egg - Kearny Mesa The Gourmet Bagger - Mission Valley Ichiban - Hillcrest and Pacific Beach Kung Food - Hillcrest Leonardo's - Rancho Bernardo The Little Cafe - downtown McDonald's - downtown Pannlkin Coffee and Tea - Del Mar, Encinitas, La Jolla, Point Loma Sally's Place -Mission Valley Sorrentino's Ristorante Italiano - Clairemont Souplantation - Mira Mesa, Mission Gorge and Point Loma Wimpy' s Diner - Shelter Island, Pacific Beach For more information, call the Tobacco Control Resource Center at 236-2705.

New Hires, Promotions Welcome to the following employees who recently joined the USD community: Victoria L. Cobbs, cashier, Bookstore; Daniel Donovan, cook, Main Dining Room; Cary E. Dorris, cashier, Bookstore; Martha M. Mc- Cartney, administrative secretary, Law School Ad- ministration; Lina F. Nashed, cook, Deli; Stephanie A. Oberle, receiving clerk, Bookstore. Congratulations to the fol- lowing employees who recent- ly earned a promotion or reclassification: Fernando S. Hernandez, from painter A to building maintenance mechanic A, Building Maintenance; Ruben S. Valdez, from data process- ing assistant B to data process- ing technician, Academic Computing. Classified For sale. l 960s Gretch Bass $400 O.B.O Guitar, Lyle hol- low body, asking $125. Call Vince, 445-7084. For sale. Wicker settee w/ two chairs, $75. Call Mary, ext. 2670. For sale. Office supplies. We're wheeling and dealing, no reasonable offer refused! Diable Hy-type II printer rib- bons; print wheels: Pica 10 (with Spanish diacritical marks); Courier 72 & Prestige Elite 12 (with French diacriti- cal marks). Call Mary at ext. 2670. finish. Black over grey cover. Originally $450, sell for $285. Used once, excellent condi- tion. Call Judy at ext. 4684. For sale. DUI dry suit. Deluxe model, front entry. In- cludes thinsulite thurmo under- wear. $485. Call Judy at ext. 4684. For sale. Sea Tech B.C. $100, perfect condition, black. Call Judy at ext. 4684. For sale. Futon. Deluxe hardwood, cherry lacquer

Mexican Flag Wanted Graduate student Kristen Zagarella is planning a campus celebration for Mexican Independence Day, but she needs your help. Zagarella needs a Mexican flag and any other decorations you may have for the Sept. 16 event, which will take place in front of the university center. The celebration is being sponsored by the Irvine Grant, and will in- clude plenty of music, dancing and food tables staffed by the Staff Employees As- sociation (SEA). If you have a flag or decorations, would like to help with the event, or would like more information, call Zagarella at ext. 4754. Se Necesita Una Bandera Mexicana Kristen Zagarella, alumna de esta Universi d ad, esta planeando la celebraci6n del Dia de la Independencia

Mexicana aqui en nuestro centro univer- sitario y necesita su ayuda. Zagarella necesita una bandera Mexicana y cualquier otro objeto para decorar, para la celebraci6n del 16 de Septiembre que tendra lugar en frente del centro univer- sitario (UC). La celebraci6n sera patrocinada par el Irvine Grant. Habra musica, baile y comida servida par Staff Employees Association (SEA). Si usted tiene una bandera Mexicana o decoraciones, si quiere ayudar en este even to, o si quiere mas informacion, par favor comuniquese con Zagarella a la extension 4754.

Loma Hall Nearing Completion Finishing touches will be put on Alcala Park's newest building this month. Loma Hall is located behind Guadalupe Hall and Warren School ofLaw. The bottomfloor of the air-conditioned building houses the expanded Bookstore and Mail Center. The secondfloor is home to the Electrical Engineering and Physics departments, and the third floor is occupied by the History, Sociology and Psychology departments.

USD Job Opportunities You can read about USO job opportunities in the following locations: Career Counseling and Placement (San Diego Job book in Career Library, Serra 300) Copley Library: (Binder located at the Circulation desk) Human Resources: (Maher 127) Legal Research Center: (Bulletin board near the Circulation Desk and Copier Room) Physical Plant: (Bulletin board near the time clock) University Center: (Bulletin board near UC 232) In addition, all hourly staff and administrative/professional positions are recorded on the 24-hour Job Line. The Job Line is updated on a week- ly basis. To access the Job Line call: on-campus, ext. 4626, off-campus, 26(}4626. For more information call Larry Gardepie at ext. 8766, or Verdise Bradford at ext. 8761.

Coming Up in August Sports Camps. Ed Collins' Tennis Camp features in- s truction for tournament playing juniors and high school team players. Adult session is for advanced beginners and intermediate level players. USO campus, Aug 2-7 and 9-14. Fee. Head coach Hank Egan's Boys Basketball Development Camp is for boys 13-17. This camp encourages boys to perfect the basic skills in a more competitive en- vironment. USO campus, Aug. 2-7. Fee. 260-4829.

13 Thursday Family Breakfast Club meeting. "Developing Professional Management in the Family Firm." Sponsored by USO Fami- ly Business Institute. 7:30-9:30 a.m., Manchester Executive Conference Center. Fee. 260-4644. 30 Sunday Men's Soccer. Alumni event. 2 p .m., Val- ley field. Free. 26(}4803.

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