The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 18, 1980, Image 4

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    THE BATTALION
TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1980
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OFFICIAL NOTICE
OFFICIAL NOTICE
FOR RENT
^TnarALNoVT™™^
COLLEGE OF SCIENCE
English Proficiency Examination
ALL JUNIORS and SENIORS
curricula of the College of Science must take the English
>ficiency Examination on
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1980,
at 7:30 p.m.
IOLOGY Department Curricula.... Room 113 BSBE
HEMISTRY Department Curricula Room 228CHEM
IATH Department Curricula Room 101 Milner
HYSICS Department Curricula.... Room 301 PHYS
irder to qualify as a candidate for a degree in the College of Science, each
dent must demonstrate an ability to express himself (or herself) in accept-
e English. This requirement may be satisfied by (1) passing an examina-
i in English composition (ERE) taken not later than the spring semester of
i junior year, or (2) completing English 301 with a minimum grade of “C".
W STUDENT WHO FAILS THE WRITTEN EXAMINA-
ON (ERE) MUST SATISFY THE ENGLISH PrOFICIEN-
i Requirement by taking English 301 and
URNING A MINIMUM GRADE OF “C”.
ir information and guidelines on the nature of the examination, check with
5 departmental secretary. mt7
lerative Education in the College of Liberal Arts has
»#itions available in the probation offices located in
*ell and Bryan. The positions are for summer place-
•nd require students of Junior. Senior, or Graduate
rffcation Students will work as assistant probation
ks on a full time basis For more information, please
id Henry D. Pope or Susannah Clary in Room 107,
ngton Tower or call QAb■7B^A 114t4
■erative Education in the College of Liberal Arts needs
nber of students for summer and fall placement in the
)s County Bridgehouse. The students need to be of
•r. Senior, or Graduate classification. The part time
ons will pay $3per hour For more information, please
tct Susannah Clary or Henry D. Pope in Room 107.
ngton Tower or call 845-7014 114t4
HELP WANTED
Now Taking Applications
For Cashiers and Hostesses
APPLY IN PERSON ONLY
At Ken Martin’s
1803 S. Texas next to Sears
PLUSH STUFFED ANIMAL KITS
Adorable, cuddly. Simple instructions.
Approximately 2' to 3'. Includes every
thing except stuffing. Polar Bear —
$19.95; Bunny, Panda — $24.95.
HOLEE KAW
P.O. Box 9917
College Sta., TX 77840
11815
THE ORIGINAL TEAM
CLEANING AGENCY
nts reliable, energetic employees with phone
d car for residential or commercial cleaning.
$3.30/hourand up, plus travel
HOME CARE SERVICES
846-1905
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HELP WANTED
$500/thousand addressing and stuffing circu
lars. Free information. Z J Enterprise/2318
Woodburn/Middletown, Ohio 45042 llOHO
PART TIME
Telephone solicitators needed.
Excellent income.
Work around your schedule.
Hiring now.
Call 846-3033. io4tio
MALE DELIVERY
HELP WANTED
iter student attending summer school,
st be available weekday afternoons
1 Saturday morntings. For appointment
interview call
MEDICAL SALES
AND RENTALS
822-2704 iistfn
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GINEERIf
A U.S. N;
CAREER IN BANK SUPERVISION
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is recruiting
for Bank Examiner (Trainer) positions. A representative
from the Dallas Regional Office will be on campus
March 20, 1980, to conduct information sessions.
Contact the Career Planning and Placement Center for
dditional information. 11912
WANTED
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3.15/hr.
‘FREE FOOD
‘PAID VACATIONS
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ADVANCEMENT
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ENVIRONMENT
‘NO EXPERIENCE
NECESSARY
FULLOR PART TIME
11 a.m.-2p.m.
7 p.m.-2a.m.
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Has immediate and part-time openings available for 3-11 and 11-7 shifts in
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11-7 ICU Position - $7.50 + 250 shift differential
Time and Va for overtime, hospital paid health and life insurance plus
vacation, holiday and sick pay.
For information, call: (713) 825-6585.
TOWNHOUSE
Want two girls to share furnished town-
house IVa miles from campus. $115/
month each plus equal share of utilities.
Washer and dryer.
Phone Dee Dee Ramsey
696-4104
NEW EFFICIENCIES
$159 month. One bedroom from
$180 month. All bills paid except
electricity. No pets. Villa West
Apartments, south of Villa Maria.
Lorraine Peterson, manager. 822-
7772. 177tfn
PRE-LEASING
MHSPACES
FOR STUDENTS
-Over 400 spaces (many shaded)
-Swimming pool -Club House
-Laundry -Security Patrol
Can accommodate 12 ft. to 14 ft. homes.
$75/month; $50 Deposit
Call or come by
WESTERN VILLAGE
MOBILE HOME PARK
PERSONALS
Hinduism, Buddism. Judaism, Christianity,
Islam — how reconcile their differences? 696-
1626. 118(1
FOR SALE
12" B & W TV. Excellent condition. $75.00
after 5:00. 696-3721 118(5
Ladies’ beautiful 14K Keepsake Wedding
band. 693-6211. 119t6
CASH FOR OLD GOLD
Class rings, wedding rings, worn out (
gold jewelry, coins, etc.
The Diamond Room
Town & Country Shopping Center
3731 E. 29th St., Bryan
846-4708
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J GUITARIST WANTED *
T Needed! A lead guitar player for^
Country and Rock band. Currently
$ FOR OLD EXAMS - Will pay $1.00 for each
different exam from the following courses:
Accounting 328, 329, 405, 407; United States
History 105, 106; American Government 206;
Math 102, 130, 230; Management 363, 321;
Finance 341; English 103, 301; Political Sci
ence 206, 207. Send name, address, and exam
to: M. Gattlich, 3210 Deer Trail, Bryan,
Texas. 119(3
Expert typing. Call Gloria. 693-8286, 779-
3266. 119(10
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PO Box 7363
11814
Austin, Tx 78712
WANTED
Janitors needed at
St. Joseph’s School.
Begin work at 3:00 pm.
Students apply at
109 N. Preston,
822-6641.
SPECIAL NOTICE
PROBLEM PREGNANCY? Free abortion
counseling and referrals. Call (713) 779-
2258...62tfh
PREGNANCY TESTING
Counselling on all alternatives
and birth control methods.
Women’s Referral Center,
3910 Old College Road.
846-8437
WEIGHT WATCHERS is a unique
program of weight reduction that helps
you to lose weight without starving and
also shows you how to keep it off fore
ver. College Station class meets
Thursdays, 5:15, Lutheran Student
Center, 315 N. College Main. For
further information call 822-7303.i09ti
By RICHARD OLIVER
Staff Writer
“Welcome to Waco. We don’t
want your type here. You’ve got until
6 a. m. to get out or we’ll take care of
you. ’’
The arrival of David Chan to
Baylor University has been not-so-
eagerly awaited by the administra
tion and several students at the Bap
tist school. At 3 a.m. Monday, a
mysterious telephone caller made
him more than aware of this.
“It doesn’t bother me,” he said.
“So far the students have not pro
tested. I don’t know of anything in
the way of protests yet. I’ve only
been here a day.”
Since Baylor announced the
Southwest Conference feature,
Baylor has been embroiled in con-
McKenzie-Baldwin
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SERVICES
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What’s BIG, THICK
and JUICY???
ZACBURGERS
March 22
ACTTO INSURANCE
FOR AGGIES:
Call: George Webb
Farmers Insurance Group
3400 S. College 823-8051|
ALLEN
Oldsmobile
Cadillac
Honda
SALES - SERVICE
“Where satisfaction is
standard equipment
2401 Texas Ave.
779-3516
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Eddie Dominguez 66
Joe Arciniega 74
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If you want the real
thing, not frozen or
canned ... We call It
“Mexican Food
Supreme.”
Dallas location:
3071 Northwest Hwy
352-8570
JOB OPPORTUNITY
TEACH OVERSEAS! All fields, all
levels. For details, send self-
addressed, stamped, long envelope
to: Teaching, Box 1049, San Diego,
CA 92112. H9t3
LOST
LOST BLUE BACKPACK
beside MSC Bookstore Thursday
6th. Has Diana Roberts on it. Please
call 693-3779 or take to MSC Main
Desk.
No questions asked!!
11812
SPECIAL NOTICE
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC
DEPARTMENT
RESIDENT ADVISOR POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
QUALIFICATIONS: Resident advisor candidates must be senior or
graduate student classification with overall
2.25 GPA and some residence hall experience
preferred but not necessary.
DUTIES: Live with the student athletes in Cain Hall, serve as coun
selor to the athletes, and act as liason between Resident
Manager and Athletic Department administrators.
STIPEND: Room and Board
In-state tuition waiver
APPLICATIONS
AVAILABLE: Cain Hall (campus) or Leroy Sutherland 845-
4692
troversy. Baylor President Abner V.
McCall announced any Baylor stu
dent agreeing to pose nude would be
subject to disciplinary action.
McCall’s decision aroused the cri
ticism of several editors of Baylor’s
student newspaper, The Baylor
Lariat. The editors were subse
quently fired, which in turn caused
the resignation of most of the Lariat
staff and two journalism faculty
members.
Due to the telephone threat, Chan
has been conducting all interviews
under armed guard.
Chan said the threat was an iso
lated incident, and he has found sup
port.
“There is a guy here (from Baylor)
right now with me who is training to
be a minister,” said Chan. “He takes
you for what you are and doesn’t con
demn anyone. He doesn’t condemn
anyone as sinners or anything. He’s a
very bright young man.
Baylor is the last stop for Chan on
his conference tour, and he said he
doesn’t expect any further trouble.
On March 7, Dr. Dennis Hale be
came the second professor to resign
because of the controversy.
“I resigned effective at the end of
the summer,” he said. “It was over
the whole series of events. The more
stringent guidelines the administra
tion has placed on the Lariat was one
factor.
“Also, the way they paid off’ (Dr.
Donald) Williams for the rest of the
year. I d never seen that done before
to a faculty member.
Williams resigned March 1 effec
tive at the end of this semester, but
was paid the remainder of his con
tract and relieved of his position by
Dr. Loyal Gould, head of the jour
nalism department, when he re
ported to work the following week.
Hale said he doesn’t expect the
same fate.
“No, there’s been no problem, he
said. “1 really don’t expect any.”
Ralph Strother, student publica
tions adviser, agreed.
“He’s handled his situationdil
rently (than Williams), he said. "He
hasn’t become angry or bitter. He’s
not been really outspoken about it.
"Williams was very visible and
very angry about it. 1m sorry tosee
Dennis go, we’re good friends."
New editors for The Lariat will be
selected in a special Student Publica
tions Board meeting on March 24.11
the meantime, the paper has sus
pended publication.
Federal jury
hears Clayton
United Press International
HOUSTON — House Speaker
Bill Clayton, ignoring his lawyers’
advice to restrict his answers, Mon
day went before a federal grand jury
to explain “what he said and "what
he meant” in tapes of three conversa
tions with an FBI informant and a
union boss who gave him $5,(XX).
Clayton testified from 10:30 a.m.
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until 5:30 p.m. and his lawyers and
prosecutors said he would return to
day to continue the fight to save bis
political career from potential)
ruinous bribery allegations.
“They’re talking about everything
in the world in there,” said Roy Min
ton, one of three lawyers who accom
panied Clayton to Houston. “Idonl
really know everything they’re gome
over because he (Clayton) doesnl
come out and go over hardly any
thing.
“We say don’t you answeraques-
tion without coining out here and-
asking us (but) he won t do it. He
won’t do anything we re tellinghim
to do. He just keeps answering the
questions. I think that’s all right.
Minton said Clayton had nointen-
lions of invoking his Fifth Amend
ment rights by refusing to answer.
Ti you're gonna take it (theFiftl
Amendment), you’ve got to say your
answer would tend to incrimimte
him and he hasn’t ever been asked
any thing that he thinks would incri
minate him, Minton said.
“As far as I’m able to determine
they’re just asking him all the ques
tions about the meeting on Nov, 8,
what he said, what he meant, whtl
they said,” said Minton.
Minton said the tapes involved
Oct. 19 and Nov. 8 meetings andi
Jan. 15 telephone conversation
Clayton had with Houston unionoi-
cial L.G. Moore and a man intro
duced by Moore as a representative
of the Prudential Insurance Go
Clayton had admitted they discussed
the bidding procedure for the mulli
million-dollar state employees
group insurance plan.
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March 22, 1980 8p.m.
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