The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, January 11, 1978, Image 4

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Page 4 THE BATTALION WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1978 Happy^ Cottage A, good place to shop for unusual gifts for any oc casion. (Across from Luby's) ANTIQUE SHOW & SALE NORTHWEST MALL JAN. 12-14, 1978 Sponsored by Lou Fly Sun Theatres Chemist works on process 333 University 846 The only movie in town Double-Feature Every Week Open 10 a.m.-2 a m. Mon.-Sat. 12 Noon - 12 Midnight Sun No one under 18 Escorted Ladies Free BOOK STORE & 25c PEEP SHOWS 846-9808 that traps suns energy A process in which a liquid hy drocarbon can trap the sun’s energy by a chemical reaction and then be shipped cross-country or around the world is being predicted by Texas A&M University chemists Dr. Pat- The Battalion Classified OFFICIAL NOTICE OFFICIAL NOTICE “OFFICIAL NOTICE” SUBJECT: Filing Deadline Dates for Financial Aid TO: All Students, Texas A&M University The College Scholarship Service Financial Aid Form serves as the financial aid application at this University. To insure that financial aid funds are available at the beginning of the academic periods below, the following deadline dates for filing the Financial Aid Form are announced for your information and appropriate action: ’Last Date Financial Last Mailing Date for Need Analysis Reports Period Financial Aid Form Will Be Accepted Summer Session (12 weeks, only) January 1 January 15 An Academic Year Fall Semester, Only April 1 April 1 April 15 April 15 Spring Semester, Only September 1 September 15 'The Financial Need Analysis Report is provided to this office by the College Schol arship Service and is based on information contained in the Financial Aid Form. Normal processing time for a Financial Aid Form at College Scholarship Service (including mail time) is about two (2) weeks. Therefore, you should mail your Financial Aid form to College Scholarship Service to allow sufficient time for proper processing and mail time. Applicants for financial aid from Texas A&M University have to compete for limited funds. Deadlines are established so that all applicants are treated fairly and equally, without last minute haste. Financial Aid Forms submitted after the dates shown above will be processed only if time permits and funds are available.. 74t30 MASTER IN PUBLIC POLICY HARVARD UNIVERSITY Application Deadline: Jan. 15, 1978 Interdisciplinary pro gram — economics, quantitative and ana lytic methods, political analysis, and public management — as preparation for a career in public service. Academic rigor plus real-world applications. Outstanding academic credentials required. Write: Kennedy School of Government Harvard Univer sity Cambridge, Mass. 02138 69,7 SERVICES Service For All Chrysler Corp. Cars Body Work — Painting HALSELL MOTOR COMPANY INC. Dodge Sales and Service Since 1922 1411 Texas Ave. — 823-8111 Typing: IBM Selectric correctable. Symbols 846-1619. ’ 57tl9 Full time typing. Symbols. Call 823- 7723. 392tfn Typing. Experienced, fast, accurate. All kinds. 822-0544. 83tfh | JOB OPPORTUNITIES SUMMER JOBS GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK. NATION'S LARGEST DIRECTORY. MINIMUM FIFTY EM PLOYERS/STATE. INCLUDES MAS TER APPLICATION. ONLY $3. SUM- CHOICE, BOX 645, STATE COLLEGE, PA. 16801. 75t7 ROOMMATE WANTED SPECIAL NOTICE THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Tseng, Chung-Ye Degree: Ph.D. in Chemistry Dissertation: AN APPROACH TO SYNTHE SIS OF TRICHODIENE Time: 2:00 PM on January 9, 1978 Place: Chemistry Bldg., Room 1335 G. W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College Senior in 2 bedroom duplex needs guy to share apt. spring semester. Cost $122.50 plus utilities. 846- 3676 after 5 P.M. 75t2 HELP WANTED ATTENTION MAY GRADUATES! You may begin ordering your Graduation Announcements January 9, 1978 through February 17, 1978 in the Student Finance Center, Room 217, Memorial Stu dent Center from 8:00 to 4:00, Monday thru Friday. 75t26 The College of Liberal Arts needs a student, junior standing or higher, for Co-op Education placement in the Bryan Half-Way House. This position begins on January 16th and will run through the semester. In terested parties should contact Mike Cunningham in room 801 Har rington Education Center (845- SI 41) as soon as possible. 75t3 Approximately 12-15 hours weekly. Drive-in grocery. For appointment 846-4141. 75.4 DARKROOM TECHNICIAN. Half time position available at Remote Sensing Center. Darkroom color experience pre ferred. Call Dr. Benton at 845-5422 or come to room 325A Teague Building. 75.6 JOB OPPORTUNITIES For employment information at Texas A&M University dial 845-4444 24 hours a day. Equal Employment Op portunity through Affirmative Action. Texas A&M University STEREO CAMPUS REP WANTED! Hungry entrepreneurial type needed to sell name brand Hi-fi, car stereo, TV, etc. to friends & fac ulty. Tremendous earning potential. Send for application by mailing this ad to: MUSIC/SOUND DIST., DEPT. C-178 6730 SANTA BARBARA CT. BALTO., MD. 21227 75t1 First Presbyterian Church of Bryan seeks qualified organist with pipe organ experience, classical and contemporary repertoire, and ability to accompany major choral works on a 26 rank Moller pipe organ. Inquire at 823-8073. 7511 FOR SALE Let White’s Auto Store, -Golfege Station, serve you with your hardware and plumbing needs, 'North Gate., ... AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 3400 S. College 823-8051 Child care needed. Transporta tion necessary. Sunday 9:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and midweek mornings. Call First Methodist Church, Bryan 779-1324. 75te Male-female help wanted. $2.65/hr. to start. Full-time and part-time. Light man ufacturing and packaging. No experience necessary. Easy to learn. Come by Col lege Main at Clay.! 70.8 HELP WANTED Wanted Full or part time employee to work in Picture Frame Dept., and retail paint store. Experience preferred but not required. Please apply in person or call for an appointment. Bryan Paint & Glass Company, 2111 S. College 779-3741. 75t5 ARE YOU IN THE DARK ABOUT WHERE TO BUY YOUR BOOKS?? Spanish or German native speaker to talk and play with four year old girl 2-3 times/week after school. 693-2707 eves, only. 75t5 FOR RENT WEEKEND RETREAT form house available for lease. Needs repair. 4 miles North Brenham. Phone 713-491-1766. 74t8 FREE RENT. Unfurnished house 4 miles North Brenham. Married agriculture major to care for cattle of owner. Phone 713-491- 1766. 74t8 NEW APARTMENTS. Efficiency $135 month. One bedroom from $150 month, two bedroom from $175 month. All bills paid except electric ity. Villa West Apartments, south of Villa Maria. Lorraine Peterson, Manager. 822- 7772. 75tfn Horse pasture and stall. 846-7015. 64tl0 Must sublease 1 br. furnished apt. Viking Apt. (Formerly Scandia II), 225 per mo., all utilities paid, cable, no deposit, move in now, start with Feb. rent. 9-5 693-6716 after 8 P.M. 693-4269. 75tf discover IQupot’s LOUPOTS CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF NEW AND GOOD USED BOOKS. ♦ IF YOU CHANGE COURSES LOUPOT'S WILL REFUND YOUR MONEY UP TO TWO FULL WEEKS INTO THE SEMESTER NO HASSLES. LOUPOT'S WILL BUY YOUR BOOKS BACK FROM YOU AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER FOR A WHOLE LOT MORE THAN YOU MAY THINK . IF YOU SELL A BOOK TO LOU AND YOU CHANGE YOUR MIND AND WANT IT BACK YOU HAVE TWO WEEKS TO BUY IT BACK FOR THE SAME PRICEI WHEN YOU BRING YOUR BOOKS IN TO SELL THEM LOUPOT'S WILL GIVE YOU 20% MORE WHEN YOU TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE . Stop By - You’ll be Glad You did. O AT THE NORTHGATE -COLLEGE STATION rick S. Mariano and Dr. Timothy L. Rose. But, Mariano believes the basic chemical research that can bring about such development is being vastly underrated and undersup ported by the general public in its demands that science supply an swers to the problems of modern times. “People are naive to demand so much from scientists when they begin looking for solutions to impor tant technical problems,” he said. Applied technology can only be come available after a long process of basic research. “I think most people fail to realize this because they have little feeling about what basic research really in volves,” Mariano continued. “There’s an important distinction between scientists who discover new methods and engineers who must apply them to the problems.” A $30,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (formerly ERDA) is supporting Mariano’s re search on storage and conversion of solar energy. The novel process being developed takes advantage of chemical reactions which need to be explored thoroughly before they can be used. One liquid hydrocarbon system holds promise because of its appar ent ability to convert solar energy and store it indefinitely. The practi cal use of this, method is, however, years away because of the nature of basic research. As other examples of the impor tance of basic research, Mariano points to two more of his projects. One, supported by $66,000 from the National Science Foundation, carries the formidable title of N- vinyl Novel Intermediates in Organic Synthesis.” The second, $130,000 from the National In® of Health, is entitled “Syntlies Mitomycin Analogs.” Although both involve bus search in chemistry, neithei esoteric as it might first appeal major thrust of both is towatj velopment of useful synthetk pounds which can be usediuj chemotherapy or as antibii Mariano said. “As we can see, in almoi cases, basic research evenii paves the way for some technology,” he said. “Bulbas searchers want the public to that no applied research possible in the future withom going through a complex prow basic research today.” He cites the almost ubiqi hand-held “pocket” calculator example. Years ago, when culators were almost the size desk top, someone somewhen experimenting with the techn that now allows a calculator reduced until the only limit is eyesight of humans. Short course aids engineers abc) abc INTERSTATE 7^2^* cinema mi For mature student couple. Spa- cious three room furnished apartment in lovely rural area, twelve minutes from A&M. Con venient to good shops. Bills paid. 822-6668. 7512 Attention Students. Two bedroom, furnished or unfurnished apart ments. Ready for occupancy. 1-1 Ya miles south of campus. Lakeforfish- ing. Washateria on grounds. Coun try atmosphere. Call Joe Courtney Inc. 846r5796. MONACO AND POSADA APTS 1, 2, 3, Bedroom apart ments from $170 and up or ask about our room mate plan. 70-80-90 per month. 693-2614. eeno NOW TAKING DEPOSITS Lexington Apartments and Motor Inn “A day or a lifetime” .. 216 Dominik 693-1220 ♦One & Two bedroom furnished apratments. ♦All bills paid. ♦No required lease. ♦Total security system. sotao in energy ques A basic course in petroleum ervoir engineering will bring35 fessionals to Texas A&M Mon Jan. 9, for two weeks. The short course is designe aid oil companies' quest for energy. “Companies are staffing upb energy crunch by taking on people without petroleum engii ing backgrounds,” Dr. Douglas Gonten said. “This course aids compamt upgrading engineers, or geoloj with no petroleum enginei training, and managers who pared in other fields,” added short course director, head oil A&M Petroleum Engineerinj partment. Sessions at the Doherty Bii will be instructed by five b members of the department, discussion of rock and fluid erties and analysis of rock, flui pressure data, participants v into estimation of oil and place. Course work will also covi cline curves, steady state wel ing and basic reservoir mechi It will be followed Jan. 23- by an advanced reservoir course for experienced proff als. C Te the perfc Th uniq musi Valle Austi nas. A Cade schec tour Victo Di died glee ( p.m. 11 a.i Th. COLONY OAKS APTS. 1&2 Bedroom IV2 Bath From $200 a month Bills Paid 822-5752 ALLEN Oldsmobile Cadillac SALES - SERVICE "Where satisfaction is standard equipment” 240T Texas Ave. 823-8002 im THE LA SALLE nr V!||f ■ 1 Attention Co-op Stu dents. A quiet, dignified place to live & study. Monthly Rates 120 SOUTH MAIN BRYAN 713/822-1501 HELP WANTED FULL OR PART TIME Day Shifts (10-3 p.m.) (11-3 p.m.) (10-5 p.m.) Night Shifts 5 p.m., 2 or 3 nights a week and weekends. Also have full time work. Ideal position for mothers with children in school or students, we will arrange hours to fit your needs. COUNTER AND CASHIER WORK $2.75/hour B apply In person only 11^1 Texas WHATABURGER An Equal Opportunity Employer College Station 105 Dominik 75tfn Has It All! Whether you’re an engineer or an artist, an architect or an environmental designer re’s ha th Our College Station store will be open ’til 9 p.m. Aug. 29 - Sept. 1, open 9 a.m -5 orri q # S a 6 su PP ,ies V 00 P-m. oaf. AUg. 27 and Sept. SPECIAL PRICES ON COMPLETE EDG KITS EDG Workbooks "Graphics For Engineers" *5 9S “Geometry For Engineers' *595 Desk Model Study Lamp Retail NOW $ 15 Many other Styles In 95 Stock “Space-Saver” Drafting Tables 24 x 36 *79 95 30 x 42 $ 84 95 Blue lj Black Li and Xeri Basic Function Calculator Including batteries $g 95 Retail $12.95 SPECIAL SALE TEXAS A&M NOTEBOOK 100 Sheets Includes Map of Campus! Reg. $1.49 ONLY *1.07 We have every kind of Notebook in Stock . . . For all Student Courses Engineering & Office Supply 1412 Texas Ave. Redmond Terrace Malt College Station 693-9553 402 W. 2S» Bryar 823-093S