The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 10, 1978, Image 4

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Page 4 The Battalion Classified OFFICIAL NOTICE OFFICIAL NOTICE OFFICIAL NOTICE The College of Science Presents CAREER OPPORTUNITY INFORMATION For: BIOLOGY - Monday, October 16 MATH & STAT - Tuesday, October 17 PHYSICS - Wednesday, October 18 CHEMISTRY - Thursday, October 19 7:00 p.m. each evening, Room 113 Heldenfels all student invited [Informal Programs - for undergraduate students interested) or involved in above majors featuring: [Roundtable Discussions - with individuals involved in ca reers in these fields. Ipor further information call 845-7361 FOR SALE 1975 Torino. Clean, runs good, $2100. Call 822-5415 after 5:00. 2316 ’74 Kawasaki 175 Enduro. 6,900 miles, excel lent condition, $300. Call 779-0669 after 5:00 and weekends. 2713 ’74 Dodge window maxivan. Good condition. 822-4614. 27t5 For sale. 1971 VvV squareback, $500. 693- 4565. 27t5 HELP WANTED Part time help wanted. GRAPEVINE PER- SONAL1TY. Call 846-3411. 28tln Delivery help needed afternoons only. Orna mental Castings, Inc. 779-1400. 26t3 HELP WANTED Leica 400 mm lens. 846-3541. 25t5 1969 Dodge Coronet. New muffler, shocks, starter, distributor, 17-20 MPG. Call evenings 845-7968. 20U0 19 b&w tv/radio combination. $30. 693- 0787. SPECIAL NOTICE THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Pugh, Clifford E. Degree: Ph.D. in Soil Science Dissertation: INFLUENCE OF SURFACE AREA AND MORPHOLOGY ON THE OXIDATION OF PYRITE FROM TEXAS LIGNITE Time: 9:30 a.m. on October 31, 1978 Place: Soil & Crop Sciences, Room 440 G. VV. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Bobsein, Rex L. Degree: Ph.D. in Chemistry Dissertation: THE SYNTHESIS AND PROPERTIES OF SOME NEW METALLODIBENZO-TETRAAZA [14] ANNULENES Time: 10:00 a.m. on October 13, 1978 Place: Chemistry Annex, Room I 135 G. W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Genovesi, Anthony Dennis Degree: Ph.D. in Genetics Dissertation: ADVANCES IN THE DE VELOPMENT OF A SOMATIC CELL GENETIC SYSTEM FOR ORYZA SAT1VA L. (RICE) VIA ANTHER CUL TURE Time: 2:00 p.m. on October it, 1978 Place: Plant Sciences Conf, Robm 202 G. W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Karr, Linda G. Degree: Ph.D. in Educational Curriculum and Instruction Dissertation: THE EFFECTS OF TOKEN REINFORCEMENT IN A COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION PROGRAM Time: 3:30 p.m. on October 26, 1978 Place: EDCI, Room 367 G. W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College Cooperative Education in the College of Liberal Arts is seek ing applicants for a spring job with the National Weather Service in Ft. Worth. If you are interested please contact Susannah Clary or Henry Pope at 845-5141 as soon as possible. arts Special notice Before you buy or rent furni ture or appliances, see Wood’s Furniture Center, house of quality merchandise. Interior designer available. Wood’s Furniture Center Phone: 823-0947 Next door to Wyatt’s Cafeteria 800 Texas Avenue PETS Free Siamese kitten. 693-9917. JOB OPPORTUNITIES AVON HOW MUCH MONEY YOU EARN IS UP TO YOU Become an Avon Representa tive. The more you sell, the more money you earn. And you set your own hours, too. Call 822-1430. 10123 WANTED Phone personnel and pizza mak ers. Flexible hours. Apply in per son after 4:30. Domino’s Pizza 1504 Holleman, C.S. 693-2335 isttn HELP WANTED Disc jockey, waitresses, doorman, bartender, and female afternoon bartender. Call for appointment, Sonny’s 846-9390. istfn NEEDED Waitresses, barback, hostess. Top pay. To in quire stop by Astraptes. 846-1100. 22tfn Kitchen help, bus help, experienced waiters. Attractive cocktail help, ex perience preferred. Top Salary. Open ings immediately. Contact Joyce Di xon, 693-2200 between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. 188t6 BABYSITTER I Need elderly lady to comej ■ into home for one two year! | old girl. Call 846-2167 afterj [_5. 27ty| WANTED Helpl Need 5 date ticket books to Baylor game. Call Tom 845-5477. 2617 Typing. 846-7577. 26110 SPECIAL NOTICE ( Weight Watchers can show you | how losing weight never tasted so CAMPUS AUDIO iFor a 20-50% discount on most Imakes of stereo equipment. Plus |high end audio t.v., p.a. equip., |etc. All equipment brand new in I (factory sealed cartons with full! (warranties. Call Jimmy Spalten at I ■693-5388. 23114! BEAT THE PARKING PROBLEM Honda CB200, ’75. Excel lent condition, low mileage. $550. 693-3441. I I _! j ( Drive _ 26tfn J DIXIE CHICKEN Morning persons 8-4 shift Apply 307 University . j good. College Station club meets 11 Thursdays, 5:15, Lutheran Stu- ||dent Center, 315 N. College " j Main. For further information call WANTED 6 full time, 4 pat time counter help, pizza makers. Must apply in person at Chanello’s, 301 Patricia, C.S. 25110 HOUSE OF CARS Let us save you hundreds of dol lars on your next new car. Call your Aggie reps Dan Daneff “78” 846-8497 or Danny Shannon ‘“80” 846-1213. ' ' ' 25t5 HELP WANTED EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO EARN Jeed students with ambition and leadership ability to work part kime with international organiza tion. 779-1955. 28t3 “SKI STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, January 2-7/7-12. $150. Lifts, lodging, breakfast 5 days, 5 nights. Stu dents and faculty. Space limited; Going fast. Write Rainbow Ski, 421 N. Post Oak Lane, Houston, Tx. 77024 or Phone 713-681-2741 . 28110 Shaklee Corporation has im mediate openings for product dis tributors. Excellent pay and bene fits. For interview call 693-6221 or come by Rm. 407 A,B Rudder Tower, Tues. Oct. 10, 6:30 P.m. 2513 Need dishwashers and one daytime waitress at Fort Shiloh. Apply in person at Fort Shiloh. 2715 1“ DixTETCHICKEtT \ Weekdays, Mon.-Fri., | 9 a.m.-12 p.m. \ Miscellaneous Chores a I Apply 307 University Drive J i . H r , 26tm | WANTED 10 full time and 5 part time drivers for delivery. Must have own car. Apply in person at Chanello’s, 301 Patricia. Good pay, flexible hours. 25iio OVERSEAS JOBS - Summer/full time. Europe, S. ’America, Australia; Asia, etc. All fields, $.500-1200 ’monthly, expenses paid, sightseeing. Free info. - Write: International Job Center, Box 4490 - TC Berkeley, CA 94704. 23H0 Openings available for cashiers, waitresses, waiters, busboys, and lineworkers. Apply in person at 810 S. Main between 2:00 and 5:00 p.m. 25ttn FOR RENT Furnished apartment. Male only. Good tor two, $100/mo. Call 846-5132. 9tfn NOW HIRING Several positions open for deliv ery people. $2.75/hr., 6% com mission. Must be 18, have own car, and insurance. Domino’s Pizza, 1504 Holleman, after 4:30 p.m. 693-2335.4t6 WAITRESSES COOKS Positions now open for day and night shifts. Apply in per son, Pizza Inn, College Sta tion. 24t5 NEW EFFICIENCIES $140 month. One bedroom from $175 month. All bills paid except electricity. No pets. Villa West Apartments, south of Villa Maria. Lorraine Peterson, manager. 822-7772. isitfn Are you a foodaholic? Contact Overeaters Anonymous. Call 845-4455 or 693-3067. 25t5 Professional typing services. 846-9109. 6t33 Service For All Chrysler Corp. Cars Body Work — Painting HALSELL MOTOR COMPANY INC. Dodge Sales and Service Since 1922 1411 Texas Ave. — 823-8111 RESUME SERVICE Sell yourself effectively. Have a professional resume prepared by BUSINESS & COMMUNICATION SERVICES Call 846-5794 for an appointment UNIVERSITY ACRES APARTMENTS Located off Wellborn Road, Vz mile past 2818 on FM 2154. Many new im provements. All bills paid except electricity. Rates begin at $135.00. Get country atmosphere close to campus. 1 bedroom apts. now available. CALL TOM CLEMENTS at 846- 5796 or 846-6189 weekends and after 5 p.m. Joe Courtney, Inc. Wanted Fast Food Personnel FREE FOOD PAID VACATIONS ROOM FOR ADVANCEMENT. EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITIONS. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. Part & full time positions available for the following shifts: 11 a.m.-2 p.m. 7 p.m.-2 a.m. 5 p.m.-2 a.m. Starting pay $2.90/hr. Apply in person at Der Wienerschnitzel 501 S. Texas Ave. Between 2-5 p.m. daily. ROOMMATE WANTED KEYPUNCHING & VERIFICATION Professional Data Entry Service. Specialists in Survey Processing call SORT-DATA SERVICES 822- 7080. 20t12 ALLEN Oldsmobile Cadillac SALES - SERVICE “Where satisfaction is standard equipment” 2401 Texas Ave. Roommate needed. 2-bdrm. house across from campus. Your own room $100 & l A utilities. Call Debbie 846-8043. 2713 LOST Small diamond pendant on gold chain. Large sentimental value. Reward. Please call collect 713-469-4648. 28t5 FOR SALE OR RENT 1 BR furnished apt. Oaks. $260 a month, 693-4723 after 8 P.M. to sublet at Plantation utilities included. Call LAST NATIONAL BANK Now accepting applications for all positions. (Bartenders, waitresses, cooks busboys, etc.) 846-6639 411 South Texas Avenue 2813 Premium Pay for Home Makers Excellent opportunity to work 2, 3, or 4 hrs a day. Earn extra cash in the middle of the day while children are in school. Whataburger Bryan 1101 Texas C.S. 105 Oominik 188tfn FULL OR PART TIME ^Flexible hours to fit your schedule *Rapid advancement *Day shift *Night shift (til 10:00 p.m.) ♦Weekends Minimum starting salary $2.75 per hour for inexperienced persons. Cashier experience helpful. Apply in person only: 9:30-11:00 a.m. (if possible) Bryan 1101 Texas Whataburger College Station 105 Dominik AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 3400 S. College 823-80511 ★★★★★★★★★★★★ /J DIXIE CHICKEN * fj Part time weekend help. NeatJ ^ and dpendable. Apply in person,Jt ■k 307 University Drive between* •£8:30 & 10:30 a.m., 12:30 and* *3:00 p.m. 28t4 k RAMADA INN WANTED: waiters cooks desk clerk waitresses Apply in person 410 South Texas Avenue, College Station Vot all fast /ood had, expert say. United Press’’international NEW ORLEANS — “Fast food” does not necessarily translal “junk food,” a nutrition researcher reports. Barbara Shannon, an associate professor of nutrition at Pe, vania State University, recently told the American Dietetic/ tion that fast food chains often provide healthy, wholesome although she stopped well short of a blanket endorsement. Shannon said trends toward fast food and increased eating among Americans pose serious questions for dieticians. T think that nutrition educators have not traditionally ind, restaurant dining as one of the sources of food and nutrition. No, have to realize that eating out is a way of life," she said in ant* view. Eating at fast food restaurants — those with rapid, ovor counter service — is approaching a volume of $20 hillion annnali the United States. Some people rely on fast food restaurants for as many as 10nt« week. Shannon’s research has shown. And customers under the of 35 choose a fast food place about 60 percent of the time when eat out. S There are three key questions about last loud eating as it bea people’s health. Shannon said: — How often do they eat outP — How nutritious is the food offered? What do they choose from among the offerings? ._ “This business of going around and saying all fast food isjunl is just not so,” Shannon said. “There are many last food items F good foods. There are some that are not. Asked which foods are the best. Shannon was pressed to answer. Most sandwiches — hamburgers, cheeseburgers. Big Macs, {jlets and so forth — meet good nutrition requirements, slies though some have too many calories. And, she points out, "ifat burger has tomato and lettuce on it, it's better from a nulrili standpoint than just a hamburger. " The least nutritional foods are easy to list. “Colas — soft drinks — are the worst."she said. "They offerpt cally nothing but calories." Second worst are fruit pies, she! though conceding, "I think they re delicious. Shannon said she is encouraged by a trend toward more dive in fast food. Where a few years ago the term fast food" ev images of carhops and hamburgers, she said, it now covers ai menu including Mexican food, fried chicken, pizza, salad ban even Chinese and Japanese food in some areas. The concept of fast food service is catching on in school I programs and Shannon views that trend with.ambivalence. “It’s a plus that this fast food approach is at least reducing waste. They are improving the fast food menu. That's the plus The negative side is that it’s not teaching children to eat a variety of foods, to learn to eat other kinds. Put little FOR ear-ok ecome igned Lane iking paire niter Her Aggie in Everyone! AGGIE BLOOD DRIVE T Thurs., Oct.10-12th 9a.m.-6p.m.. 224 MS TOKYO STCJIK HOUStfl AGGIE SPECIAL DINNER $ 2 95 Includes: Sweet and Sour Chicken Egg Roll Fried Won Ton Chop Suey Fried Rice Fortune Cookies 812 Specials good for students Tues., Wed., Thurs. & Sun. Closed Mondays 2025 Texas Avenue Townshire Shopping Center 822-1301 MSC Political Forum Cecil Andrus Secretary of the Interic “ENERGY & CONSERVATION October 12 8 p.m. Rudder Forum