The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 30, 1978, Image 4

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Page 4 THE BATTALION MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1978 The Battalion Classified Sa* HELP WANTED HELP WANTED FOR RENT SERVICES * US' *' 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) Whataburger Bryan 1101 Texas College Station 105 Oominik 2 bdrm 4-plex, 2 biles from A&M, 406 Foch. $160. 822-5877. 38tl0 Furnished efficiency apartment; $85/month. Bills paid. 822-3078. 39t5 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. laitfn Service For All Chrysler Corp. Cars Body Work — Painting HALSELL MOTOR COMPANY INC. Dodge Sales and Service Since 1922 1411 Texas Ave. — 823-8111 WAITRESS POSITIONS AVAILABLE $2.00/hr. Call or come by Texas Hall of Fame, during mornings any weekday. 822-2222 4it6 Part time. Week nights 10-3. Weekends 10-5. Starting $2.80/hr. Apply in person. Jack-in-the-Box 1604 Texas Avenue, College Station Expanding Bohney Memorial Hospital, Brenham TX, has immediate openings for 3 registered nurses. Present openings on 3-11 and 11-7 shifts with shift differential pay. Salary comparable to area. Benefits include 2 weeks paid vacation, health and life insurance, 5 holidays, and credit union. Mail resume or call Carolyn Ainsworth, Di rector of Nurses, Bohney Memorial Hospi tal, 2304 S. Day, Brenham, TX 77833. EOE 35t12 fFull time position open for day | and evening shift. Counter help, | night dishwasher. Saturday and EARN $180 to $480 weekly, stuffing envelopes at home. Guaranteed! For further information, rush self-addressed, stamped envelope and 25c (coin) for handling. Metro Enterprises, Box 49114, Austin, Texas 78765. 35tl0 Part time , help wanted. GRAPEVINE PER SONALITY. Call 846-3411. 28tfn —UNIVEB5ITV AcTffEg'- APARTMENTS Located off Wellborn Road, 1 /2 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. PREGNANCY TESTING Counselling on all alternatives and birth control methods. Women’s Referral Center, 3910 Old College Road. 846-8437 38tfn Typing and proof reading; A professional job by a professional. Call 713-596-6618 after 5:00. 20t 10 osm Israeli for wi — Prize, a tingei ■ stalled ence. The Nobel dent — Prime Israel to hon — but als= to woi ward Tha^s echoec_= was nciz: WANTED Typing. 823-4579. Typing. 846-7577. Typing. Experienced, fast, accurate. All kinds. 822-0544 . 37tfn Typing done. Reasonable rates. Call 693- 8071. 35t7 Typing. Symbols. Notary Public. 823- 7723. 12tfr) FOUND Now thafs a Great Pumpkin = Sunday off. Apply in person. ■ I MAMA’S PIZZA j 8 _ 07 _ TexaS Ave - ^ jsts | 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 Dominik 188tfn SPECIAL NOTICE 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. 22122 OFFICIAL NOTICE OFFICIAL NOTICE RESUME SERVICE Sell yourself effectively. Have a professional resume prepared by Dl IQIMCQQ A COMMUNICATION SERVICES Call 846-5794 for an appointment 23122 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: McElroy, Robert C. Degree; Ph.D. in Industrial Education Dissertation: SELECTED ASPECTS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT OF 1970 WITH IMPLI CATIONS FOR THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS TEACHER-EDUCATION CUR RICULUM Time: 2:00 p.m. on October 31, 1978 Place: Harrington, Room 616 G. W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College COLLEGE STUDENTS \ PART TIME | ! Earn $10 per hour as an | i American Youth Enterprise! I dealer. Call John Dodson at f j822-2702. 38t5 ! FOR SALE THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Scott, Helen Browne Degree: Ph.D. in Educational Administration Dissertation. THE DEVELOPMENT AND ADMINISTRATION OF A SYSTEM FOR THE DISSEMMATION OF SCIEN TIFIC AND TECHNICAL INFORMA TION Time: 3:45 p.m. on October 31, 1978 Place: Harrington, Room 303 G. W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College (Horse Stalls, barn, feed! (and tack room, 20x70 run, ( {1&2 horse stalls, on Marino ( i Road. 822-2941 after 5:30 j jor weekends. setTj 2 bd frame house 4 blocks from A&M, newly remodeled, 300 Park Place. $23,000. 822- 5877. 38tl0 1966 Bronco, 4 w.h.d., 6-cyl., 17 m.p.g., ev erything works, red, $1300. 779-7478. 40t6 Portable washer dryer; hookups unnecessary. 846-9444. 40t3 '66 Pontiac Tempest wagon, runs well. Eve nings 846-0435. 41t3 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Chen, Chun Yat Degree: Ph.D. in Industrial Education Dissertation: THE ACQUISITION OF MET RIC SYSTEM CONCEPTS BY EN GINEERING GRAPHICS STUDENTS Time: 8:30 a.m. on October 31, 1978 Place: Harrington, Room 616 G. W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College PLANT SALE Cheap! Going out of business sale. 1700 Texas, October 26-27, 10-4. October 28, 8-12. Buy a plant for a friend or yourself. Sponsored by Sigma Alpha Epsi- lOn.3815 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Rakshit, Amitahha Degree: Ph.D. in Bioengineering Dissertation: A STUDY OF THE IMMOBIL ITY REFLEX BY EXPERIMENTAL AND MATHEMATICAL TECHNIQUES Time: 2.00 p.m. on October 31, 1978 Place: Zachry, Room 337E G. W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 3400 S. College 823-8051 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Pardue, John L. Degree: Ph.D. in Range Science Dissertation: AERIAL BIOMASS PRODUC TION AND ENVIRONMENT OF A GRASSLAND ECOSYSTEM: A MODEL Time: 2:00 p.m. on October 27, 1978 Place: Animal Industries Bldg., Room 229 G. W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College ALLEN Oldsmobile Cadillac SALES - SERVICE “Where satisfaction is standard equipment” 2401 Texas Ave. Custom & Family Vans all brands — are here now! AGGIELAND TtteGtSatJXn^tit HARLEY-D AVID SON ^dom .(Machines. is holding a CLEARANCE SALE on all motorcycles cc - only 695 00 including the 250 cc - only 795.00 Come by and register to win the new / 79| model motorcycle by naming it 801 Texas Ave. Bryan, Texas 77801 779-7300 SENIOR RING ORDERING PROCEDURE FOR STUDENTS COMPLETING 92 HOURS AT THE END OF THE FALL '78 SEMESTER TO BE ELIGIBLE TO ORDER THE TEXAS A&M SENIOR CLASS RING. AN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT MUST HAVE AT LEAST NINETY-TWO (92) SEMESTER HOURS, WITH 30 HOURS AT A&M AND BE IN GOOD STANDING. TO ORDER AT MID-SEMESTER USING MID-SEMESTER GRADES TO FULFILL THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS, PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING IN STRUCTIONS: 1. LEAVE YOUR NAME, MAJOR AND I. D. NUMBER WITH THE RING CLERK, HEATON BUILD ING, PRIOR TO NOVEMBER 1ST IF POSSIBLE, OR AT LEAST ONE WEEK IN ADVANCE OF ORDERING. THIS MAY NOT BE DONE BY PHONE. 2. BRING MID-SEMESTER GRADE REPORTS ALONG WHEN READY TO ORDER TO VERIFY PASSING HOURS. 3. ANYONE HAVING FAILED TO LEAVE THEIR NAME IN ADVANCE AND FAIL TO BRING THEIR MID-SEMESTER GRADE REPORT ALONG WHEN READY TO ORDER WILL BE ASKED TO RETURN LATER TO ALLOW TIME FOR RECORDS TO BE CHECKED. 4. ALL RINGS MUST BE PAID FOR IN FULL WHEN THE ORDER IS PLACED. SENIOR RING LOANS ARE AVAILABLE THROUGH STUDENT FINANCIAL AID IN THE YMCA BUILDING 5. MID-SEMESTER ORDERS WILL BE TAKEN ONLY FROM OCTOBER 30TH UNTIL DECEMBER 1ST, 1978. 6. STUDENTS WHO DO NOT PLACE THEIR ORDER DURING THIS PERIOD MAY ORDER AFTER FINAL GRADES ARE POSTED. THERE WILL ONLY BE A 2-3 WEEK DIFFERENCE IN DELIVERY TIME FOR THOSE STUDENTS ORDERING IN JANUARY. (WHENEVER 92 HOURS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED AND ARE ON RECORD. THERE IS NEVER A DEAD-LINE, EXCEPT A MONTHLY MAILING DATE ON WHICH WE SEND ORDERS TO THE FACTORY). 7. THE RING CLERK IS ON DUTY FROM 8 A M. TO 5 P.M. EACH DAY, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. HOWEVER, IN ORDER FOR OTHER DUTIES TO BE CARRIED OUT, ABSOLUTELY NO ORDERS WILL BE TAKEN BETWEEN 11:30 A. M. - 1:00 P. M. OR BETWEEN 4:00 - 5:00 P. M. 8. ALL RINGS ORDERED, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER ON OCTOBER 30TH OR DECEMBER 1ST, WILL BE DELIVERED ON THE SAME DAY WHICH WILL BE APPROXIMATELY FEB RUARY 28, 1978. ‘li 1 The Halloween spirit has crept up on Spence Aggie Pumpkin” has returned to Aggieland. Hall residents, as Cindy Massey and Debbie Carvers may enter a pumpkin carving contest | — Warren displayed their glowing carving at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Rudder Fountain. talents. One thing is for sure, the “Great Battalion photo by Patti Simmau r- ■ MB I! WP V. SBKP! agilin . ^ ~ College of English Proficiency Examination A MAKE-UP EXAMINATION for all JUNIORS and SENIORS in curricula of the College of Science who have not taken the English Proficiency Examination will be given on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1978, at 7:30 p.m. BIOLOGY Department Curricula - ROOM 113 BSBE CHEMISTRY Department Curricula - ROOM 100 CHEM MATH Department Curricula - ROOM 101 MILNER PHYSICS Department Curricula - ROOM 301 PHYS In order to qualify as a candidate for a degree in the College of Science, each student must demonstrate an ability to express himself (or herself) in acceptable English. This requirement may be satisfied by (1) passing an examination in English composition (EPE) taken not later than the spring semester of the junior year, or (2) com pleting English 301 with a minimum grade of “C”. Any student who fails the written examination (EPE) must satisfy the English Proficiency Requirement by taking English 301 and earning a minimum grade of “C”. For information and guidelines on the nature of the exami nation, check with the departmental secretary. NEED YOUR HEAD Bill's Roffler Hair sty ling Vampire di lost-, Drae play at stall w the empl ter It flcult empl Th ploye FOR MEN & WOMEN introduces MYONG HALL SPECIALIZING IN ALL TYPES OF CUTS APPOINTMENTS FOR 215 UNIVERSITY 84i (NEXT TO CAMPUS THEATER) TO RUN MY BUSINESS IS, BELIEVIN'... Sandpoint They’re All Different! Such design variety in mo bile homes! You’ll believe it when you and pick yours! MOBILE HOMES see ours Texas! Mobile Home Outlet INC Phone 822-9140 EAST BYPASS I/nited Press International LOS ANGELES - CetoU garlic, sharpen a stake and me! cutlery for bullets — Draculai is missing. The dirt from Romanii region where a real life inspia for Dracula was horn, wasirapi by the Ahmanson Theater, somehow disappeared al airport. The Broadway hit ‘'Dir recently moved from NewYoA Los Angeles, and producers tk actor Jeremy Brent, who spend some stage time in am playing the vampire count, n he more confortable in a lave soil. What more appropriate soil t that of Dracula’s homeland? producers arranged for a ship! of dirt from Romania, the rej where Vlad Tepes was born. Tepes was prince of Walaclii just southeast of Transylvania, count’s fictional homeland - 1456 to 1462. He was famous for cruelty, executing an estimi 20,(X)0 persons in six years. He earned the nickname '} the Impaler for his favorite med of dispatching those who anm him, impaling them upright Some scholars suspect talesd bloodthirsty Vlad mingled over centuries with other folk lega and myths to form the basis la Dracula legend, made famoffi Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel. The missing soil was ti sterilize it of any organisms l»l by the U.S. Department Agriculture, the producers said They didn’t say whether il been exorcised. 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