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The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 18, 1985, Image 4

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V Page 4AThe Battalion/Monday, March 18, 1985 Battalion Classifieds FOR RENT University Park Now Pre-Leasing For Summer & Fall ‘APARTMENTS DESIGNED WITH THE STUDENT IN MIND’ •Swimming Pools •Hot Tubs •Tennis Court •Club House •Laundry •Shuttle Bus Service 5 Floor Plans Wood-burning fireplaces Private patio/balcony Ceiling Fans, Microwave Ovens 2bdrm 1V2 bath 827 sq. ft. 2bdrm 2 bath 854 sq. ft. Luxury 4-plexes 1042 sq. ft. •Negotiable LeaseTerms •Summer Rates •Summer Storage Office Hours: Mon-Sat. 9-5 College Station 846-2976 Sunday 10-3 Washer & Dryer Included Leasing Office On Site BAKER STREET MINI WAREHOUSE 5x5 to 10x30 $18 to $77 846-5794 DAYS 779-3938 NIGHTS SERVICES Professional Typist/word processor. Faculty: I do ils. Ca-" theses,journals. Call Suzanne, 775-8476. Pre-leasing Summer-Fall University Park Duplexes lo cated April Bloom, two and 3 bedroom tv/fcnced yards. 846-2471 and 846-8730. 113t 10 HELP WANTED Prospector Commodities — Aggieland’s only exclusive commodity futures trading company. Federally li censed, 823-2910. 108tl5 The Greenery Landscape Maintenance Team Member Full or Part-Time Interview M-Th ^ 8:30-9:30a.m. 823-7551 1512 Cavitt,Bryan 83t5 Professional T yping. T wenty years experience. Labs, thesis, term papers, equations, etc. 693-8537 Professional quality typing. Term papers. T heses, Busi ness needs. Call Marilyn, 693-7515. 98t 14 Word processing all kinds. By appointment only. Call 775-6178 anytime. 107t20 Pros|>ector’s wake-up service, 6()tf per day, Monday- Friday, 5a.m.-9a.m., 823-2919. 1 13tl() J & K Plumbing Sc Repair 24 Hour Service. Residential, Commercial, Mobile I lomes, 822-0917. 113t5 WORD PROCESSING. Dissertations, theses welcome. Experienced. 846-3833. 113t20 LESBIAN rap group meets Tuesday 7:30pm. For more information, call Cayline 775-1797. 103t9 CAMP WEKEELA FOR BOYS- /GIRLS Canton, Maine; seeks extraordinary dynamos 6/17 thur 8/18 for positions In tennis, waterskiing, sailing, athlet ics, creative/performing arts, photography, backpack ing, secretaries. Contact: Eric/Lauren Scobllonko, 144 South Cassady, Columbus, Ohio 43209, 614-235-8768. 108121 A1RL1NF.S HIRING! $14-39,000! Stewardesses. Res- ervationists! Worldwide! Call for guide, Directory, Newsletter. l-(9!6) 944-4444 ext. Texas A&Mair.78t24 CRUISESHIPS HIRING! $16-30,000! Caribbean, Ha waii, World. Gall for Guide, Directory, Newsletter. I- (916) 944-4444 ext Texas A&Mcruise. 78l24 Student’s wife wanted to lease’apartments weekends evenings and some days at Courtyard Apartments. Call 693-2772. 110t8 $10-$360 weekly/up mailing circulars! No bosses/quo tas! Sincerely interested rush self-addressed envelope: Dept. AM-7CEG, PO Box 830, Woodstoc k, II. 60098. 106t20 The Battalion Lifeguards/Pool Managers/Swim Instructors. Good pay. Houston area. Experience helpful, not required. 713-578-8227. 107tl6 Sell Roses at night club $7 hour. 779-6248. Ask for Gerri. 11113 Number One in Aggieland Brazos Ventures needs lawn care people part-time own truck preferred, $4.25/hr., 846-6060. 108H0 Accepting applications for summer lifeguard positions for City of College Station. Apply at Thomas Pool II to 7:30 Monday thru Friday. 104tl0 PERSONALS PROBLEM PREGNANCY? Abortion procedures and referrals — Free pregnancy testing. Houston, Texas (713)271-0121. 80t69 ROOMMATE WANTED y Get Need roommate for rest of semester. 2 bedroom $150 per month, ‘/igas and utilities. Tony, 822-4597. 110t5 FOR SALE SKI COLORADO Spring Break REDUCED! $199 4 Days Skiing A Few Spots Now Available 260-7058 Atmof/ nv/ftt mu/r ADS English Riding Saddle 846-9777. $300 negotiable, 113t5 14x70 ‘Cameron’ mobile home, CA/Heat. dining room, lappan range, re frig-freezer, carpeted, draped, fur- nislied. Oak Forest, clubhouse, pool, may stay in park, ‘Patty’, 693-5206 (two bedroom). 113t8 SERVICES TYPING-WORD PROCESSING Fast and Dependable Personalized Service We understand form and style. Beginning our sixth year. AUTOMATED CLERICAL SERVICES 110 Lincoln, C.S. 693-1070 96m ON THE DOUBLE All kinds of typing at reasonable rates. Dissertations, theses, term papers, resumes. Typing and copying at one stop. ON THE DOUBLE 331 University Drive. 846-3755.aitfn THINKING OF A PERM? Let me give you the exact curl/wave you want! I only use the products which leave your hair in great condition & show you what to use to keep it looking great! Ask for $8 off your first service with me. Billy, Shape of Things, 846-7614. Try our Battalion Classified! 845-2611 Millions laundered in Texas Associated Press DALLAS — Almost $16 million was shuffled through a savings and loan in Laredo and an El Paso bank, federal authorities say. Officials are calling it the largest known scheme to “launder” drug money through Texas in recent years. Money laundering involves taking cash reaped from illicit activities and using it in a series of legal financial transactions to make it difficult to trace. The Planning a Party? D.J. Party Service has just the music, and this semester try our Friday Special just $125. For lx>okmg information feel free to call DAVID KIEL 846-1838. 76t39 Mary Kay Cosmetics complimentary facial and reord ers. Marilyn Luckie Beauty Consultant, 823-1761. 108tl5 Dallas Times Herald re ported Sunday that investigators nave found evidence that a promi nent Mexican investment broker passed the money through Tesoro Savings and Loan in Laredo and the First City National Bank of El Paso. Federal officials are trying to seize $6.5 million on deposit at the El Paso bank and $1.4 million at the Laredo savings and loan. Agents also are seeking re imbursement of $8 million that was hurriedly transferred out of the in stitutions after the Internal Revenue Service placed a claim on the Mexi can businessman’s funds, the Times Herald reported. When federal drug agents raided two Anaheim, Calif., motels last June 22, they found $4.1 million in alleged illicit drug trafficking pro ceeds that were about to be laun dered through a California bank. A few days later, an attorney rep resenting the two suspects told pros ecutors that the two were working for Mexican businessman Mardo- queo Alfaro Magarino, the Times Herald said. DEA agents received information that Alfaro was involved with a Gua dalajara-based drug trafficking ring, the newspaper added. The IRS then placed levies on all U.S. assets in which Alfaro was be lieved to have an interest, the news paper said. DALLAS — Cynthia Hynd Mc Cray had dedicated her life to help ing people, until the night of Jan uary 9, 1981. Once described as a good, very professional nurse by police investi gators, McCray is now a fugitive. She has eluded police since the January, 1981, muraer of Buford Johnson, 42, of Dallas. Police reports indicate that John son, a black male, died almost in stantly from a gunshot wound in the face fired from pointblank range. Detectives say McCray, who was a nurse at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas at the time of the shooting, had been dating Johnson. On the evening of January 9, 1981, he had been at the Knight’s Inn Tavern in the 500 block of Corinth Street in Dallas. Apparently Johnson offered a woman at the bar a ride home. As the pair got into Johnson’s vehicle, another car drove up. A witness told investigators that McCray got out of the other vehicle and approached Johnson. McCray is reported to have asked Johnson what he was doing. When Johnson replied that he was going to take the other woman home, a shot was fired and Johnson slumped down in the front seat of the car. Investigators were told that Mc Cray then fled the scene in the other automobile. This week Cynthia Hynd McCray has made the Texas Most Wanted list A $1,000 reward is being of fered for information leading to her capture. viser Pro expande McCray is described as a whittl'! 11 male, 38 years old, 5 i eet 5inc®T . ... 115 pounds, with brown hair i| a arf green eyes. Ants the . Investigators believe she |^°r) miehi be working as a nurseintf; . u , State of Texas, possibly undeir 1 en |Q slight variation of her real namefi^ 0 r i .u the past she has used several aliaiM 0L ” K including Cynthia Louise Cynthia Louise Stone and Cm . „ Louise Hynd. 1 man goes them mak school to c advi Anyone with information McCray’s whereabouts is asWlT call Texas Crime Soppers Advis, Coucil toll-free at 1-800-252-847/iCQ/Ti iheir local Crime Stopperspropa r ^ v In all cases, callers do not haul reveal their identities. State board investigating insurance agents in Texas However, Alfaro and his business associates managed to slip $8 million out of the two Texas institutions, of ficials said. Federal officials are trying to force the two Texas institutions to reimburse the government, since the money was released after the IRS had announced its claim on Alfaro’s funds. Associated Press WACO — State insurance board officials have begun a sweeping in vestigation of insurance agents across Texas who may be selling bad policies from unlicensed firms, offi cials said. Commissioner Tom Bond. The investigation is centered on about 20 agents considered to be the top sellers of medical coverage from eight Austin-based firms, said insur ance board legal director Rebecca Motal. erage was widely marketed, M ‘"'id, r ' r ' ri NEW B prepared sentence f defense ati | A state tenced th( The State Board of Insurance es timates that as many as 33,000 peo ple in up to 30 states will be affected by its investigation into a kind of pol icy that “looks like insurance, smells like insurance, sounds like insur ance, but there’s nothing there,” said The firms were unlicensed and unauthorized to sell insurance, the insurance board and Attorney Gen eral Jim Mattox have charged. Most of the 20 agents under inves tigation are in the Houston and Aus tin areas where the unlicensed cov- vears in pi ' of] and eventually, the invest® sai tion will include “several humk t i 1Pf io V K„ agents statewide. | p on y wil “If we find somebody licensedij L w jn | K the sujte who negligently or it Ry wingly sold somebody something dimmer insurance when it wasn’t, web? Q Sew;b r, reason to have action against ttia a p,,| IUU( Bond said. j cnme w j 1 j| quarters la The State Insurance Board k gotten more than 500 complainist Unpaid claims totaling $8.5 mil against the firms. Were looking for a few sound minds. So maybe you’ve never heard of Rohr. That’s okay. But internationally known aerospace companies such as Boeing, Lockheed, McDonnell Douglas, Airbus Industries, to name a few, count on us to provide the technology and hardware to equip their aircraft with engine nacelles that significantly reduce engine noise as well as structural weight. Other on-going programs like the F-14 nacelle for Grumman, RohrBond™ ducts for the F-15 and F-16 engines, thrust reversers for Business Jet Aircraft and rocket motor cases for the Space Shuttle and Titan III missiles, create stable and diverse assignments. If you’ve got a mind to let your ideas finish with big results, we could be looking for you. We have a diversity of challenging □□□□ □□□□ ROHR ) opportunities in all aspects of engineering, manufacturing and business. And we offer a choice of two popular Southern California environments. At our San Diego location, you’ll enjoy activities like sailing, tennis and golf all year round. At our Riverside facility, you’ll have easy access to the area’s scenic mountains and deserts. Both provide salaries and benefits that are competitive with other aerospace corporations. If all this sounds like what you’re looking for in a career, why not give us a piece of your mind? Contact your Placement Director for an interview or send your resume to: College Relations, Rohr Industries, Inc., RO. Box 878, Dept. 037, Chula Vista, CA 92012-0878. An Equal Opportunity Employer COMPANY PRESENTATION Tuesday, March 19 Rudder Tower, Room 502, 5:30pm ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20