The Monday Memo
Eastern New Mexico University
The weekly newsletter of Eastern New Mexico University is published by University Relations. Material deadline is 12 noon. Thursday
for the following Monday issue. Direct information to Candace Baros, The Monday Memo Editor, Station 6, Administration Building, Ext.
Monday, January 10, 2000 Vol. 51, No. 22
Meetings must note that the material is in-
tended for an attachment to the Mon-
ORIENTATION FOR NEW ITV FAC-
ULTY - Faculty who will teach ITV
Curriculum Committee Meeting
day Memo and include appropriate courses for the first time during the
budget number. spring semester are encouraged to at-
tend an orientation on Thursday, Janu-
Library Conference Room
THE UNIVERSITY POST OFFICE HAS ary 13, 2000 at 3 p.m. in COB 110.
MOVED - The University Post Office
ITV Faculty Meeting
has temporarily moved to the Univer- MICROSOFT ACCESS COURSE -
Friday, January 14, 2000
sity Annex (former ROTC/Military Sci- Computer Services has one opening
ence Complex) for the duration of the for the Microsoft Access course to be
Lea Hall renovation. The University taught on Monday, January 24 and
Post Office are purchasing new mail- Friday, January 28. This is a 2-part
Notices boxes, boxholders will be required to class which will be taught from 8:30
MONDAY MEMO DEADLINE - The exchange their current key for a new a.m. to 12 p.m. in the UCC 205 on each
deadline for submissions to the Mon- key. Key exchange begins on Tuesday, of these days. You must RSVP to
day Memo is noon on the Thursday January 11 at 2 p.m. LeNeva Madden at 2556 by January 18.
prior to the Monday publication. Sub-
missions may be sent via e mail: 2000 HOMECOMING - The dates for ENMU WOMEN - ENMU Women and
Candace.Baros@enmu.edu or faxed to the 2000 ENMU Homecoming are Sep- University Community Post Registra-
562-2256. E mail is preferable. For tember 29-30. A planning committee tion party is going to be held at the
further information, please call ext. will gather in March to discuss the home of Dr. Frost, 1600 Cherry, on
2131. activities for the weekend. If you are Friday, January 14, 2000. Its come
interested in joining this committee of and go food and drinks. ENMU Women
CLEARANCE TO BEGIN WORK - All have any questions, please contact please bring a tray of edibles with you.
new employees (faculty, professionals, Janice Cowen or Stephanie Spencer in Thanks
support staff, student hires, work study the Alumni Office at ext. 2125.
students, and GAs) must report to WORKSTUDY JOB OPENINGS - Any
Personnel Services before starting to AEOP MEETING - All support and department which needs additional
work to complete I-9 and Drug Free professional office employees are in- workstudy students should send a job
Work-place forms. New employees will vited to the first AEOP meeting of the description to Laura Southard in the
not be paid until these forms are com- New Millennium, Tuesday, January Financial Aid Office at Station #20.
pleted. Employees must present iden- 11, at noon in the JWLA Conference The job description should include the
tification required by the Immigration room. If your initials are between A-K, following: The name of the depart-
and Naturalization Service when com- bring a salad. If they are between L-Z, ment, supervisor, location (which
pleting these forms, i.e., drivers li- bring a dessert. Drinks and real food building on campus), rate of pay, a
cense AND social security card or birth will be provided. brief description of the job duties and
certificate. Please contact Personnel any special skills required to perform
Services if you have any questions. STUDENT FEES APPLICATIONS - these job duties. For additional infor-
Student Fees Applications are now mation, please call Laura Southard at
ATTACHMENTS TO THE MONDAY available in the Student Government 562-2194.
MEMO - Individuals desiring to provide Office. Applications are to be turned
attachments to the Monday Memo (lim- in by January 28, 2000. For more COUNSELING CENTER HAS MOVED
ited to 8 ½ x 11" paper) must obtain information please contact the - The Counseling Center has moved to
approval of the editor well advance of ASENMU President at ext. 2473. the old address of the Roosevelt County
the desired publication date. The indi- Credit Union (in front of the campus
vidual or department is responsible for COACHES SHOW - Catch the Coaches police station). It is across the street
the duplication of the original mate- Show at Ground Zero Mondays 6:30 from Curry Hall on campus. The cen-
rial by submitting a duplicating re- p.m. to 7:30 p.m. beginning January
quest to University Printing by 1 p.m. 17, 2000. Broadcast live with host EW
on the previous Thursday of the de-
Don Elder and ENMU and PHS basket-
sired publication date. The request ball coaches.
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ter phone numbers are still ext. 2441 this class meets Mondays, January 11) Advanced Investing for Fun &
or 2440. 24-February 28, 6:30-9:00pm, FCS- Profit - with Glenn ORear, Edward
100. Call Extended Learning for a R. Jones, Mondays, 6:00-8:00pm, Feb-
HOLIDAY RECREATION HOURS - supply list including fabric measure- ruary 7-March 6, COB-137. The fee is
January 3 - 14, 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. ments. The fee is $30. $20 with a $6 textbook, payable to the
Regular hours will resume January 17, 3) Square Dancing - for ages 16 instructor.
2000. years through adult (senior citizens 12) Landscape Design - with
welcome!) with James Pettus, Mon- Charles Guthals, Guthals Nursery,
EXTENDED LEARNING CREDIT days, January 24-April 3, 7:00-8:30pm, Tuesdays, 6:00-7:00pm, February 8-
COURSE OFFERINGS- The following Campus Union Building, Ballroom. March 14, JWLA-101. Materials in-
is a list of credit course offerings. The fee is $50 per person or $90 per clude T square, engineer scale, 30/60
1) Principles of Diagnosis and couple. triangle, 45/90 triangle and mechani-
Treatment Planning COUN 593 (3 4) One-Nighter Speedy Cross cal pencil and are available at the
credit hours) with Andrew J. Jamison, Stitch- with Victoria Garrett, Cozy ENMU Bookstore. The fee is $25.
D.Min., LPCC, Director, Christian Pro- Cottage Cross Stitch Shoppe, 222 W. 13) Swimming - for ages 4 and up
fessional Counseling Services, Inc., 2nd, gives you two choices to walk with Suzy Wulf and other Red Cross
Roswell. Class will be held on the away with potpourri pillow, January Certified Instructors, Rotation #1,
Roswell campus beginning January 25 or 27, 6:30-9:30pm. The fee is $7 Mondays-Thursdays, 4-4:50pm, Feb-
18. The fee is $297. Please contact and the kit is $5. ruary 14-24, Natatorium. The fee is
Extended Learning for additional meet- 5) Victim Advocacy - 48 hour cer- $27 and includes a Red Cross certifica-
ing dates/times, location and text- tificate course completed in 3 week- tion card. Parental consent is re-
book information. ends, Saturdays/Sundays, January 29- quired.
2) Writing Quality Individualized February 13, 9:00am-5:00pm, COB- 14) Basic 35mm Photography -
Education Plans SPED 593 (1 credit 156. Please call Extended Learning for with William Johnson, Saturdays
hour) with S. Bettenhausen, Ph.D. information to order the required text- 10am-12pm, February 19-March 11,
and Joan Thomas, M.S.E., Saturdays, book for approximately $30. The reg- COB-138. The fee is $30. Materials
February 12, 9am-5pm and March 11, istration fee is $450. include a 35mm camera capable of
9am-12pm, JWLA 201 and ITV sites of 6) Yoga - offered by Lorelei Taylor interchangeable lenses and 2 rolls 100-
Hobbs, Roswell, Ruidoso, Clovis and for your choice of one or two times a 400 ISO speed film.
CAFB. The graduate fee is $99. week for 12 weeks, Tuesdays, 7:15-
3)Transition Planning for Students 8:15pm, February 1-April 25, and Sat- Personnel News Briefs
with Disabilities SPED 493/593 (1 urdays, 11:00am-12:15pm, January Michael F. Shaughnessy has just been
credit hour) with Dr. S Bettenhausen, 29-April 29, GA-11. Please bring mat nominated for the Editorship of Edu-
January 8 & 15, 2000, 9:00am-5:30pm, and blanket. The fee is $20 monthly cational Psychology Review published
ED-116 and ITV sites, CAFB, Clovis, per class or $6 dropin. Discounts by Plenum Press. If elected, he will
Hobbs, Roswell and Ruidoso. The fee is available for semester prepayment. begin his term as Editor in January
$95 undergraduate and $99 graduate. 7) Beginning/Intermediate Belly 2001.
4)Puppet Shows for School Chil- Dance - for 13 years through adult
dren Kids on the Block - (3 credit with Lorelei Taylor, GA-11, Begin- Employment
hours) with Dr. S. Bettenhausen, Feb- ning: Tuesdays, 6-7pm, February 1- ENMU-Portales Campus employment
ruary 5, 6 & 26 and March 4, 2000, April 25 and Intermediate: Mondays, opportunities. Apply at University
9:00am-5:30pm, ED-120. The fee is $285 7:15-8:15pm, January 31-April 24. Personnel Services, Administration
undergraduate and $297 graduate. Wear a long skirt and bring 2 scarves. Building, Rm. 207. Call ext. 2115 for
The fee is $60 or $20 monthly. more information. For professional
EXTENDED LEARNING NON-CREDIT 8) 4-Week Cross Stitch - with positions submit a letter of interest,
COURSE OFFERINGS - The following Victoria Garrett, Cozy Cottage Cross resume and names and phone num-
is a list of non-credit course offerings. Stitch Shoppe, 222 W 2nd St, 6:30- bers of three references. For support
Registration Begins January 3, 9:30pm, Tuesdays, February 1--22. The positions, obtain application forms
2000! fee is $40 and the kit is $21.20, payable from University Personnel Services.
1) Ballet/Tap/Jazz - for ages 3- to the instructor. Current job openings are posted on the
10+ with Sunny Moore January 24- 9) Tole Painting - for 15 years Job Line at ext. 2411.
April 27, GA-11. Call Extended Learn- through adult with Janice Lee,
ing 562-2165 for class times. Registra- Wednesdays, 6:00-8:00pm, February Portales
tion fee is $5 per class for a total of $65 2-March 1, FCS-99. Bring water bowl, Support Positions
(or $52 prepaid) and a $5 recital fee. paper towels and brushes. The fee is
Materials include leotard, tights, bal- $25 and wood for additional projects POSITION: Grounds Mechanic: LO-
let/tap shoes and ordered costume for will range from $6-$10. CATION: Physical Plant. BASE SAL-
recital May 6, 2000, University The- 10) Character Dance - for 10 years ARY: Commensurate with education
atre. through adult with Lorelei Taylor, and experience. DEADLINE: January
2) Mystery Jacket Quilting Class Wednesdays, 7:00-8:15pm, February 13, 2000. DATE AVAILABLE: Immedi-
- make your own jacket with patch- 2-April 26, GA-11. The fee is $60 or $20 ately.
work piecing techniques with Judith monthly. Wear long full skirt, ghillies,
Matthews, Patchwork House, Clovis. character and/or ballet slippers. Tam- POSITION: Temporary On-Call Cus-
Limited to the first 10 paid students, bourine optional. todian Pool: LOCATION: Physical
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Plant. BASE SALARY: $5.48 per hour. FOR SALE - 1984 Chevy Citation II, 4 FOR SALE - Used Spanish Book Asi
DEADLINE: January 13, 2000. DATE door, 4 cylinder, auto transmission and Es good for Spanish 101, 102, and
AVAILABLE: Immediately. A/C. $800. Call 359-0380 after 6 p.m. 201. Call 359-3117.
POSITION: Department/Division FOR SALE - 1980 Ford F150 pick-up, FOR SALE - Thick, beige carpet, 11' x
Secretary: LOCATION: Anthropology runs goods, $800. Call Mary at 356- 15', good condition. Call Jack Scott
and Applied Archaeology. BASE SAL- 6538. 356-5002.
ARY: $6,672.50 (half-time). DEAD-
LINE: January 19,2000. DATE AVAIL- FOR SALE: 1984 Honda Prelude, 5- FOR SALE - Firewood, great price and
ABLE: Immediately. speed, A/C. New brakes, 2 new tires. will deliver. Call 359-2267.
2-year old interior and custom paint
Professional Positions job. $3200. 762-8590 or e-mail FOR RENT - Spacious one bedroom
firstname.lastname@example.org. apartment, fenced yard, located at 520
POSITION: Vice President for Aca- S. Ave. E. $195 a month plus deposit
demic Affairs: LOCATION: Academic FOR SALE - Kenmore kitchen stove and utilities. No pets. Call 356-5916.
Affairs. BASE SALARY: Negotiable. almond color, almost like new. Asking
Review of applications will begin Feb- $350. Call 356-2413 or 356-8787. FOR RENT - 2-bedroom, l-bath house
ruary 1, 2000, with an anticipated close to Steiner Elementary School
start date of July 1, 2000. FOR SALE - Fairly new Black Samick and City swimming pool, located at
piano $1300 OBO, Health Walker $100, 720 S. Dallas, fenced yard, W/D hook-
POSITION: Dean of the College of Eddie Bauer backpack with leather $25, ups, pet dog(s) negotiable, large de-
Education: SALARY: Commensurate and a set of dishes with ivy trim, never tached garage. $300.00 a month plus
with education and experience. DEAD- been used $40. Please call 356-0890. deposit and utilities. Call 356-59l6.
LINE: Position is available July 1, 2000.
Review beginning January 17, 2000. FOR SALE - ½ karat diamond engage- FOR RENT - Clean, 2 -bedroom fully
ment ring, marquis cut diamond, furnished apartments, off the street
POSITION: Director of Development: Gordons gold bond certified. Have all parking. Call 359-0231.
LOCATION: Office of Development. paper work, for more information call
BASE SALARY: Commensurate with 356-0918 or 749-0917. FOR RENT - Semi-furnished room in
education and experience. DEAD- furnished house. Within walking dis-
LINE: January 24, 2000. DATE AVAIL- FOR SALE - Packard Bell PC with tance of IGA and ENMU. Washer and
ABLE: Immediately. Windows 98, and a Cannon Color Jet dryer, large backyard. $100 per month
Printer for only $700. Including addi- and 1/4 of utilities. If interested call
Classified Ads tional software. For more information 356-4566.
FOR SALE - 5 -bedroom house with please call Lupe at 356-4387.
Mother-in-law quarters, 3 full bath- FOR RENT - 3 -bedroom house with
rooms, 2 living room areas, 2 kitchens, FOR SALE - An Olympic style bench attached garage and large fenced yard..
sunroom, formal dining room, laundry $50. Call 359-1748 after 5 p.m. New carpet, new tile in kitchen and
room, 2 car garage, fireplace, pantry, bath, completely repainted, includes
automatic sprinkler system, ceiling FOR SALE - Seasoned chopped wood all appliances. Great location. $495
fans in every room, landscaped back (pine), some large chunks. Approxi- plus deposit and utilities. Leave mes-
yard and great neighbors. Located at mately 2 ½ cords. $120, contact Merlene sage at 356-6257.
3713 Linkwood Lane and the selling Olmsted, 562-2444.
price is $127K. Call Alicia at 762-0050 FOR RENT - 3 -bedroom, 2 bath mo-
or 742-1257. FOR SALE - Full mattress and box bile home with washer and dryer. Water
spring with frame, $75. Full mattress and heat paid. $375 a month and
FOR SALE - 1973 14 x 64 mobile home and box spring without frame $65. deposit. Call 359-1948.
- 3 bedroom, 1 bath, in great condition Call 356-9177
with some remodeling done, stove and FOR RENT - One bedroom, brick house.
refrigerator, W/D hookups, plenty of FOR SALE - Late 1940s Duncan Phyfe For information call 356-6491 or after
storage space, set in trailer park. $6000, style upholstered and wood sofa. Call 5 p.m. call 356-8304.
call 356-5676. 359-0016 between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m.
FOR RENT - Nice, two-bedroom brick
FOR SALE - 1987 Volkswagen Cabriolet FOR SALE - Barbie doll collection, house, good location, spacious rooms,
convertible, interior/exterior in great includes several dolls, battery oper- corner lot, large garage. $375 a month
condition. Runs great. Call 359-1748 ated car, motorhome w/vehicle, horses, plus deposit and utilities. Call 356-
after 5 p.m. accessory sets (bar-b-que, beach, etc.), 5916.
and some clothes. $100 OBO. Bundy
FOR SALE - 1977 Dodge Colt, 4-door, Flute and music stand in excellent SICK CARE AND CLEANING SER-
4 cylinder. $300 OBO. Call 356-0364 condition, $150. VCR cabinet 3/draw- VICES - Do you need your house
after 5 p.m. ers $7, rollerblades, mens size 6, only cleaned? Do you have a sick child,
wore a few times, $30. Call Brenda at sibling, spouse or parent who needs
FOR SALE - 1990 Blue Skylark Buick. 356-8373 after 5 p.m. care? Call Martha at 359-1262. Leave
Make offer. Call 478-2317. a message.
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BIRDS NEST - If you need a meeting SPONSOR: Terry Tyler
room or just good food, call the Birds PURPOSE: Basketball
Nest at 356-9044 or 356-5103, or come DENSTINATION: Abilene, TX
by 1603 W. 2nd St. DEPARTURE: January 7, 2 p.m.
RETURN: January 11, 6 p.m.
PRESCHOOL - Portales Presbyterian STUDENTS:
Preschool, Early Childhood Educa- Keenan Browder
tion has openings for Tuesday and Torry Peoples
Thursday mornings 8:30-11:30 a.m. Shane Brown
$50 a month, ½ tuition for student Cord Wilburn
mothers. Close to campus at First Johnny Estrada
Presbyterian Church, 1st and Ave. F. Brad Holland
Call 356-5533 or 356-6979 for more Edwin Quintana
information. Kevin Stengem
MECHANIC - Toyota mechanic, and Mike Claassen
other foreign cars, 13 years experi- Rob McCaskill
ence. Call 356-0716. Brandon Ridenour
Authorized Absences Nelson Smith
For authorized absences to appear
in The Monday Memo, departments
must obtain absence forms from the
Office of Student Affairs (SAS, Room Eastern New Mexico University is an
194). After completion and return affirmative action and equal opportu-
nity employer. The University does
of the forms to Student Affairs, a not discriminate on the basis of race,
copy is directed to The Monday Memo color, national origin, sex, or handicap
for publication. in its programs, activities, or employ-
ment. Persons seeking additional in-
SPONSOR: Wayne Moore formation about the University's non-
PURPOSE: Basketball discrimination policy should contact
the Executive Director for Planning &
DESTINATION: Abilene, TX
Analysis, ENMU Station #2, Portales,
DEPARTURE: January 7, 8 a.m. NM 88130.
RETURN: January 11, 12 a.m.
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Eastern New Mexico University is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. The University does
not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, national origin, sex, or handicap in its programs, activities, or
employment. Persons seeking additional information about the Universitys nondiscrimination policy should
contact the Director of Human Relations/Affirmative Action Officer, ENMU, Station #2, Portales, NM 88130.
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