The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 28, 1978, Image 4

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Page 4 THE BATTALION TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1978 SOPHOMORE BALL PICTURES Will be distributed in the MSC South Hall opposite the Post Office on Wednesday, 1 March. Hours 9-12 and 1-5. Bring your receipt. A R PHOTOGRAPHY 3725 E. 29th Street Phone 846-0487 Board member announces Feldman won’t run Judge rules again! police promotm cites discriminate Roger Feldman, who was ap pointed to the A&M Consolidated School Board Jan. 23 to fill a va cancy, announced at Monday night’s board meeting that he will not run for election April 1. Feldman said he accepted the ap- s £ £ Wednesday Family Night Special 5 p.m. - 11 p.m. March 1 thru May 3 5 Broiled Sirloin Steak I Baked Potato or French Fries and Texas Toast I § g $-| 99 % I 't 1701 S. Texas Ave. Bryan BOOK MART CUSTOMERS ATTENTION! You can pick up your book or your money Monday, Feb. 27 - Mar. 3 8 a.m.-12, 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Room 216 MSC pointment in January knowing that he would only serve the unexpired portion of Position 7. The January appointment was to fill the position vacated by Joseph Natowitz, who resigned to take a year-long fellowship at a chemistry institute in Germany. Feldman had served for a six- month period in 1976. He said he resigned because of health prob lems, but had recovered when the board asked him to serve in January. Three candidates have filed for Position 7: Walt Hardin, Herman Brown, and Bill Wasson. The filing deadline is March 1. Feldman also endorsed Bruce Robeck’s candidacy for the other open position. Robeck is currently serving as president of the board. He is the only candidate that has filed for Position 6. United Press International DETROIT-A federal judges the Detroit Police Department’s! firmative action promotion proguj is unconstitutional because i criminates against white offl could "sow seeds of intern hatred.” MIDNIGHT MADNESS All The Buttermilk Pancakes You Can Eat $ 1 49 5 for 99c WED. ONLY 10 P.M.-2 A.M. w « International r w-v « House of Pancakes Welcome back to the Restaurant! The 60-page ruling Monday] chief U.S. District Judgefj Kaess marked the first timeafeij court has labeled a big city] department s affirmative acta; gram unconstitutional. It drew an angry reaction! Detroit Mayor Coleman Young | city attorneys said they peal. Kaess said the program, aiir,?; increasing the number ofUj sergeants in the department,\1 lated the rights guaranledl whites by the 14th Amendment] “Racial discrimination isasii fonsible when practiced agiii whites as when practiced aga blacks and it does not become] verse because it is practicedagj] whites, Kaess said. 103 COLLEGE The Battalion Classified SPECIAL NOTICE FOB KENT INSTRUCTION FOR SALE THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Ferebee, Jr., Thomas Wilson Degree: Ph.D. in Oceanography Dissertation: SEDIMENTATION IN THE MISSISSIPPI TROUGH Time: 3:30 p.m. on March 23, 1978 Place: Oceanography & Meteorology, Room 306F G. W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College NEW APARTMENTS. Efficiency $135 month. One bedroom from $150 month, two bedroom from $175 month. All hills paid except electric ity. Villa West Apartments, south of Villa Maria. Lorraine Peterson, Manager. 822- 7772. Tat in Beginning guitar lessons. 779-9476. 10 speed hike good condition $60. 400mm f/5.6 telephoto lens good condition $60. 845- 3096 after 5 P.M. 106t2 PERSONALS Apartment room for rent. $80 all bills paid! Available starting February 28. Call Ken 693- 3560. 10U7 1970 Plymouth Sport Satellite. Auto., power steering, buckets, radio, large trunk, more! $850 693-2916. 105t3 SERVICES CHEYENNE APTS. Brand new attractive apartments. 2 bdrm., 1 bath. All modern appliances. Washer, dryer connec tions. Central air/heat. About 1 mile Happy 20th Birthday Jay From Harry and Jeri Husky pups for sale $50. Shots and wormed. 846-1051. 10715 Custom made, leather .products tor sale, ,77,9; 384Gi- : '•r 5 . . foam Service For All Chrysler Corp. Cars Body Work — Painting HALSELL MOTOR COMPANY INC. Dodge Sales and Service Since 1922 1411 Texas Ave. — 823-8111 from campus. 693-0285. 76tfn Attention Students. Two bedroom, fur nished or unfurnished apartments. Ready for occupancy. 1-1 Vz miles south of campus. Lake for fishing. Washateria on grounds. Country atmosphere. Stu dents Preferred. Call Joe Courtney Inc. 846-5796. 93115 CHILD CARE Battalion Classified Call 845-2611 74 ^onf Catalina, strict maintenance. Excel lent condition. Loaded. Must sec. 846- 3625. Kioto Paint With Tri-Chem Liq uid Embroidery, Tube Painting. Call 822-2130. Registered child can older, 822-0209. weekly. 2 years 6: 105t 4 HELP WANTED LOST Male and female full time help wanted. Inter views at 4109 College Main at corner Clay St. 104t7 . . . SPRING SPECIAL . . . Men’s Seiko watch possibly at TAMU tennis courts. 846-3625. 105t4 FOUND Part time drive in grocery hours available. Weekdays and/or Saturdays and Sun days. Telephone U-Pak-M 846-4141. i04t n COLLEGE STATION — 3 bedroom, 1 bath with carport, some with washers & dryers and fenced yards. Lawns are maintained for you. Rent now and save . . . $255 - $265 per month. Found medium sized dog dark red in color. Found on softball field behind railroad tracks. Call Ty 822-4809. 10415 WANTED Typing 75c page. 846-7577. 107110 Typing. 846-3491. 77t55 Full time typing. Symbols. Gall 823- 7723. 392tfii Typing. Experienced, fast, accurate All kinds. '822-0544. aotfti THE CRUSE CORPORATION Offices (8-5) 693-2800 Evenings & Weekends Thelma Costa 846-7318 Larry Cruse 693-3047 Roommate needed to share a two bedroom duplex. Walking distance from campus. Your share of rent $50 plus V2 utilities. 846-5570. SUMMER POSITION FOR REGISTERED NURSE AT EPISCOPAL CAMP LOCATED 50 MINUTES FROM TAMU Room-Board-Salary — Spouse welcome. Call: The Rev. Stewart Matthews, *25-7175 1 °3t4 QUALITY TYPING & EDITING Full-time typing or editing by English M.A.’s. From 75c. Call 693-9877 or 846-1360. AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 3400 S. College 823-8051 MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY Young and expanding re tail chain needs aggres sive person with desire to succeed in retail business store featuring casual fashion clothing. All top quality merchandise. Send resume to P.O. Box 9541, College Station, Texas, 77840. too* 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 apply in person only WHATABURGER Bryan 1101 Texas An Equal Opportunity Employer College Station 105 Dominik 75tfn RUDDER TOWER- Rm. 601 MARCH 1, 1978 with a short RECEPTION following TIME: 7:30 p.m. FEATURING: BATIK CREATIONS and THE VARSITY SHOP They will be giving helpful hints on hair, makeup, diet, and exercise. Presented by Hospitality Committee Under the ruling, Kaess saidi city must appoint its pol'l sergeants in accordance “withsi numerical ranking and will viation from the current e list. | Kaess ordered a second trill de tcrininc if awards shouldbej dered for 200 white officers pd over for promotion. The judge is wrong, andwlnll| is saying flies in the faceofala tive action decisions handed d across he country,” said .Young.| was in Washington when: was handed down. If the judge is saying I hasn’t been past cUserim* Detroit, then I want to kno»i country he’s been living in," City attorneys said theyij preparing an emergency ap:il the 6th C.S. Circuit Courtiij peals in Cincinnati. Pendiml appeal, the city will] motions to the rank oV serrai NA’ Embrey’s Jewelry We Specialize In Aggie Rings. O/amoncfs Set- Sizing — Reoxidizing - | All types watch/jewelr, Repair Aggie Charge tocoJ 9-5:30 646-51 SEMINAR We Pick Up & BUD WARD VOLKSWAGEN INC. 693-3311 Don’t Toy Around With Your Car.. Bring It To The Experts! p Watch for our weekly auto service special, $ THIS WEEK’S SPECIAL Align Front End & Lubricate $ 12 9S Most American cars and some foreign cars. FREE BRAKE CHECK Check complete I brake system. 1 Most American and foreign cars. | 1 i Mon.-Fri. 11 til 2 5 til 10 FJP5T Sat. & Sun. 11:30 til 2:30 University Tire & Service Center 509 University Dr. 846-5613 Special Good Thru Sat., March4 Shuotf 5 til 10 TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY presents TOWN HALL SERIES ATTRACTION 4 ALLEN Oldsmobile Cadillac SALES - SERVICE 'Where satisfaction is standard equipment 2401 Texas Ave. 823-8002 0iiik THE LA SALLE Attention Co-op Stu dents. A quiet, dignified place to live & study. Monthly Rates STEAKHOUSE CHICKEN FRIED STEAK Covered with rich cream gravy, homemade rolls, one trip to our famous salad bar, choice of baked potato or french fries. OR OLD FASHIONED HAMBURGER STEAK Seasoned with lemon-butter sauce and onions, home made rolls, one trip to our famous salad bar, choice of baked potato or french fries. Reg. $3.50 CRYSTAL GAYLE FRIDAY MARCH 3, 1978 7:30 P.M. G. ROLLIE WHITE COLISEUM A&M STUDENT PRIORITY PERIOD FEB. 13-17 the NOW ONLY $295 120 SOUTH MAIN BRYAN 713/822-1501 Good noon or night For a light lunch, try our famous salad bar. 2508 TEXAS AVE. S. 693-1164 TICKET ZONES GEN. ADM. RESERVED A&M STUDENT WITH ACTIVITY CARD $4.50 NON A&M STUDENT DATE $3.00 $4.50 GENERAL PUBLIC $4.00 $6.50 TICKETS & INFO. AVAILABLE IN MSC BOX OFFICE 845-2916 • 7 n • 6 • 7 l( • F • I • C To Mo