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The Press. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1972-1990, September 22, 1989, Image 4

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FOUR ··' Come to the Fair and save on the IBM PS/2. your papers, and create smart- looking graphics to make a good report even better. And best of all, Meet the IBM Personal System/2® and find out how easy it is to use. With tht> PS/2,® you can get your work done and still have time for fun. You can organize your notes, write and revise you can get a PS/2 at a special student price that's more than fair. Come to Corey Union, First Floor Thursday, Sept. 28, 9 am - 4:30 pm. IBM. Personal System/2 and PS/2 are reg•stered trademarl<S of lnternat1onal Bus1ness Machines Corporation ©IBM Corp 1989 Monday 8:00am to l O:OOam !2:00pm to 4:00pm 5:30pm to 8:00am Tuesday 8:00am to !O:OOam 4:00pm to 8:OOam Monday 8:00am to 9:00am ll:OOam to !2:00pm 4:00pm to 9:00pm Tuesday 2:30pm to 9:00pm VanHoesen PC Lab Wednesday 8:00am to !O:OOam 5:30pm to 8:00am Friday 8:00am to !O:OOam l2:00pm to 8:00am Thrusday Saturday and Sunday 8:00am to !O:OOam 4:00pm to 8:00am Old Main PC Lab Wednesday 8:00am to 9:00am 5:00pm to 9:30pm Thrusday 2:30pm to 9:00pm 8:00am Saturday to 8:00am Monday Friday 8:00am to 9:00am ll :OOam to I 2:00pm 4:00pm to 9:00pm Special Notes to Keep in Mind l ). Please make sure when you are through that you remeber to give yourself plenty of time to cleam up before a class arrives. . _ 2 ). Check the Special Class List to find out what specific time are scheduled. 3). Schedules are also posted on the doors of the Old Main PC Lab and also on the wall opposite Public Safety. = =.::::. .=::® - ---- --- - -. ---- - -- --- ---·- ----·- City of Cortland faces growing problem· of teenage substance abuse Assembly member C.D. \Rapp\ Rappleyea is encouraging Cortland county citizens concerned with the growing problem of teen- age substance abuse to attend a pub- lic hearing on Thurs., Sept. 28 from 7_ to 9 p.m. at Cortland Junior- Senior High School. The event, hosted by Rap- pleyea, is part of an Assembly Re- publican statewide effort to learn more about teenage drug and alco- hol abuse. \Parents schoM officials, health professionals, community leaders and interested citizens are invited to join us at Cortland Jun- ior-Senior High School to partici- pate in a roundtable discussion,\ Rappleyea said. \We plan to discuss effective methods of protecting young people from the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse.\ Members of the Assembly Republican Conference ho will at- tend the public meeting include Rappleyea, Assemblywoman Patri- cia McGee and Assemblymen Tho- mas Barraga, Harold Brown and Ralph Eannace. . \Community involvement is very imp!)rtant to our efforts to com- bat this problem,\ Rappleyea said. \I hope all citizens who are con- c~med about drug and alcohol abuse among young people will join us at CortlandJunior-Senior High School on Thurs., Sept. 28 at 7 p.m .. \ ·- Auditorium (Eon if flromp.l) pable of creating the sound of a whole orchestra, produced quite a greeting for the guests at the ceremony. An anonymous gift of$49,000 was made to repair and reb~ild the organ to fit the stage lofts in the auditorium. Present students and recent alumni do not know what· they've missed by the absence of the auditorium in Old Main and campus leaders are proud to have made this elegant piece of Cortland available again for all to enjoy. :Introducing \ Monday Night Football at ~IWI;\.B'~ 89 Main St. Wings, Mushroom Caps, Mozzeralla Sticks $4.00 ..1' (607) 753-9800

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