The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 31, 1978, Image 6

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Page 6 THE BATTALION Tuesday, October 3i, 1978 iKlclr'wIrw'K'K'K'wwyt'nrw'K'X'PrX * HATE DOING * LAUNDRY? Let Frannie's do it for you Aunt Frannies Laundromat We Service Calculators BOTHER’S BOOKSTORE 340 Jersey — At the Southgate ★ * 4c 4c 4c 4c ★ Holleman at Anderson 693-658 Battalion Classifieds Call 845-2611 At Last Year’s Price, You Will Be Pleased With These Carefully Prepared and Taste Tempting Foods. Each Daily Special Only $1.69 Plus Tax. “Open Daily” Dining: 11 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. — 4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. MONDAY EVENING SPECIAL Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy Whipped Potatoes Your Choice of One Vegetable Roll or Corn Bread and Butter Coffee or Tea TUESDAY EVENING SPECIAL Mexican Fiesta Dinner Two Cheese and Onion Enchiladas w/chili Mexican Rice Patio Style Pinto Beans Tostadas Coffee or Tea One Corn Bread and Butter WEDNESDAY EVENING SPECIAL Chicken Fried Steak w/cream Gravy Whipped Potatoes and Choice of one other Vegetable Roll or Corn Bread and Butter Coffee or Tea THURSDAY EVENING SPECIAL Italian Candle Light Spaghetti Dinner SERVED WITH SPICED MEAT BALLS AND SAUCE Parmesan Cheese - Tossed Green Salad Choice of Salad Dressing - Hot Garlic Bread Tea or Coffee FRIDAY EVENING SPECIAL BREADED FISH FILET w/TARTAR SAUCE Cole Slaw Hush Puppies Choice of one vegetable Roll or Corn Bread & Butter Tea or Coffee SATURDAY NOON and EVENING SPECIAL Chicken & Dumplings Tossed Salad Choice of one vegetable Roll or Corn Bread & Butter Tea or Coffee “Quality First” SUNDAY SPECIAL NOON and EVENING ROAST TURKEY DINNER Served with Cranberry Sauce Cornbread Dressing Roll or Corn Bread - Butter - Coffee or Tea Giblet Gravy And your choice of any One vegetable a a a TIME IAKE Pay Off Help Supply Critically Needed Plasma While You Earn Extra CASH At: Plasma Products, Inc. 313 College Main in College Station O • ' ./T' ‘ Hi - 5 ■ ■ "y '-.V v V- * . Relax or Study in Our Comfortable Beds While You Donate — Great Atmosphere - *10°° Per Donation — Earn Extra — Call for more information ■.. ivy-; - •: -V. V -<•> 846-4611 ■ vji'. - what’s up? Tuesday PUMPKIN CARVING CONTEST: Will he held at Rudder Fountain at 11 a.m. Everyone is invited to enter the contest. AG ECO CLUR: Will have a Halloween party with a costume con test, prizes and beer at the Quonset Hut 8-12 p.m. HREAD FOR THE WORLD: Is sponsoring a trick-or-treat for UN ICEF. All who would like to participate should meet at 7:30 p.m. in Room 701, Rudder Tower. From there they will go trick-or- treating in the community. Refreshments will be served at 9:30 p.m. BAHAT CLUB: Welcomes everyone to a film strip presentation of Baha’i Club objectives at 7:30 p.m. in Room 504, Rudder Tower. UNIVERSITY LECTURE SERIES: Chancellor Jack K. Williams will speak on “The Code of Honor: Dueling in the Old South,” at 8 p.m. in Room 601, Rudder Tower. AGGIE CINEMA: “Psycho, ” Alfred Hitchcock’s classic of terror and suspense, involves a young couple fleeing from embezzlement charges. The couple is stranded in an out-of-the-way motel run by a lunatic. The movie will be shown at 8 p.m. in Rudder Theater. Wednesday POLITICAL FORUM: Presents Earl Butz, Former Secretary of Ag riculture. Butz will speak on “Agriculture — Where Politics and Economics Clash,” at 8 p.m. in Rudder Theater. Admission is 25 cents for students and 50 cents for non-students. BAHA’I CLUB: Invites everyone for a free International Dance and Food Festival at 7:30 p.m. in Room 231, MSC. MANAGEMENT SOCIETY: Will have a speaker on assertiveness training. The coming field trip will be discussed at 8 p. m. in Room 206, MSC. Forty y Hallowed earth, a 11 unhinged ■ ?,/ Itower tun The occ existed on f Wells’ sci< of the Woi terful ham named Or ! the n ‘Traffic marker bans smoking United Press International NEW ORLEANS — Past the battery of sale posters and special sale notices near the department store doors, another sign with the authoritative appearance of a traffic marker informs shoppers about a new merchants’ policy. Against a white background, a cigarette has a broad red slash across it and an equally attention-commanding red circle around it. That part of the sign states explicitly, “No smoking.” Underneath is a polite “Thank you. Retail Merchants Bureau.” That sign is common on store walls in New Orleans since the Retail Merchants Bureau instituted a uniform no-smoking policy in August. “The thing we’ve been amazed by was the voluntary compliance,” said Vern Ewing, the bureau executive director. Ewing said New Orleans is the only area he knows of with an areawide no-smoking policy implemented by store owners rather than by law. Actually, state law prohibits smoking in sales areas, but the law was never enforced. The merchants’ motive for this policy was to reduce the threat of fire, but also to cut down on losses due to cigarette hums on mer chandise and carpet. “While (each occurrence) is small, cumulatively it adds up. At the price of merchandise today...some stores might cut losses by $10,000 to $15,000 in a year, or more when you figure the prices of carpeting and unsightly appearance. ” “The fact that people are more accustomed to smoking regulations and the fact that we approached it on a non-law standpoint (probably helped with customer compliance),” Ewing said. He said store managers report good results although no statistics have been compiled. “It’s too early to tell on merchandise losses,” Ewing said. “We have to evaluate it at the end of the year. A lot of the stores do 25 to 40 percent of their business in November and December, so I think that will be the point from a sample survey that tells whether it’s helped reduce the incidence of loss,” said Ewing. »»»»»♦»» £1 MSC AGGIE CINEMA * t* ' _ mcA^i 'PSYCHO" is the most thriving of thrillers; even Hitchcock has never bettered some of its shock effects. Cinema Eye, Cinema Ear Tuesday October 31 8 p.m. Rudder Theater Serving Luncheon Buffet Sunday through Friday 11:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. $3.50 A Eddie heard the Air” radio ror in the t he rer It was sup] his backs ai “I drove had the rat said Sund; through a thought it something, the newsp; home whie field where posed to h; "‘My gc thought. 'I the radio ti ably would rest of ‘en Pennsylvan They too nation that crew rappe< letin after horrifying I march of 'I machines li ing across | long legs, sight. Hit Top Floor of Tower Dining Room Sandwich & Soup Mon. thru Fri. $1.75 plus drink extra l nil BONN, Hitler was and irratio ic powers mce eve lieutenant Albert Spe ' Thirtx-tl Hirer kill: tanker, H over his a tim, Spe< piemoirs The firsi ipeer on 1 n the We ifelt am S Speer b \ lat alio' Open to the Public QUALITY FIRST Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac THE AGGIES ARE BACK!! A&M Sat- vs. Nov. 4 SMU * * * * * s * if if if if : i Kick-off time 3:10 p.m. i Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Follow A&M to Big “D if if if if if if if if if if if if 4 if if if if if if if if if if ACYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY I **. "AIU m ■ ■* 8188' mISPwS