The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 01, 1980, Image 4

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    Page 4 THE BATTALION
^ TUESDAY. APRIL 1, 1980
HELP WANTED
FRANK’S BAR & GRILL
Part-time
cook needed.
Apply in person.
913 Harvey Rd. 1
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DANCERS WANTED
(female)
at the beautiful new
BLUE DOLPHIN CLUB
Highway 6 South
One mile from
-
College Station.
1.
Apply in person
between 4 and 8 p.m.
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Part-time employees needed. Posi
tion open for wait persons and
cooks.
PIZZA INN
413 Texas Ave.
College Station
Apply in person only.
12811
PART-TIME
HELP WANTED.
GRAPEVINE
PERSONALITY.
696-3411.
HOLD THOSE PRICES!
ChartPack Transfer
lettering has taken a jump in price
but we are rolling it back.
New price for single sheet -
$3.50-.
Our price — $2.95 — !
Engineering Office Supply
in Redmond Terrace.
125t10
Now Taking Applications
For Cashiers and Hostesses
APPLY IN PERSON ONLY
At Ken Martin’s
1803 S. Texas next to Sears
MIRANDA’S
needs waitresses
5-8 shift or 8-12 shift.
Flexible hours.
No experience necessary.
Apply MIRANDA’S
846-9150 isstfn
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WEIGHT WATCHERS can
show you how losing weight is
fun without starving. College
Station class meets Thursdays,
5:15, Lutheran Student Center,
315 N. College Main. For further
information call 822-7303. 13719
THE ORIGINAL TEAM
CLEANING AGENCY
Wants reliable, energetic employees with phone
and car for residential or commercial cleaning.
$3.30/hour and up, plus travel
HOME CARE SERVICES
846-1905
112tfn
THE MATHEMATICS DEPT. ,
will be taking applications for under
graduate employment and graduate
assistantships from
April 1-14.
Applications may be picked up in 102
Milner.
128t11
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HELP WANTED
Part-time position
available at
FARMER’S MARKET
SANDWICH SHOP
In Bryan.
Hours Flexible.
J^atfn|
BABYSITTERS NEEDED
Must have own transportation. Apply in person
between 4-8 p.m.
106 Williamson
Bryan
779-8900.
127110
DOMESTIC
SERVICES
Full or part-time,
now/this Summer,
Team cleaning homes.
Starting salary $3.30/hour
plus travel compensation.
693-1954
Judy Smeins
Libby Vastano
12815
NEEDED
HARD WORKING PEOPLE
who need extra money
to do house cleaning.
Good money.
Work own hours.
779-8900. 127H0
NOTICE
BIOMEDICAL
SCIENCE MAJORS
Preregistration for the Fall Semes
ter 1980 will be conducted during
the week of April 14- 18, 1980. Fall
Semester Schedule of Classes will
be available on or about April 10.
All Biomedical Science majors are
required to schedule a conference
with their Academic Advisors and
obtain an approved Course Re
quest Form for use at preregistra
tion. You can avoid long waiting
periods by making an appointment
with your advisor and having your
Course Request Form approved
prior to the week of preregistration.
When you have obtained the ap
proved Course Request Form, de
liver it to the Biomedical Science
office, Room 332, Veterinary Medic
al Administration Building. During
preregistration week, you should re
turn to the Biomedical Science of
fice to pick up your registrtion pack
et and complete your preregistra
tion.
SEE YOUR FACULTY ADVISOR SOON
...... . . . .1?8t8...
FOR RENT
I
A&M
Consolidated
ISD
is seeking
applications for:
Ground Maintenance
Custodians
Apply in person
from 8-5
Monday-Friday,
100 Anderson
College Station, Texas.
Salary dependent
on experience.
Benefits available.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Battalion Classifieds
Call 845-2611
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
2001 Beck St.
Bryan 822-6912
113122
SERVICES
Typing. 823-4579.
Typing!! Reports, Dissertations, etc. ON THE
DOUBLE. 331 University. 846-3755. llOtfn
TYPING. Prompt, professional. 823-5726.
113118
I
| ™ ™ JsefviceTornr ™ ™ 1
$ Chrysler Corp. Cars
* Body Work — Painting
HALSELL MOTOR
COMPANY INC.
| Dodge Sales and Service Since 1922"
1411 Texas Ave. . 823-8111 |
** i*■■■■•I
lOpen Thurs. till 8
Imported coffees
41 varieties
Teas-bulk & bag
over 150 varieties
Munchies
European & domestic
I BLENDS Of GIH-GIVING I
3609 Place E. 29th - Bryan
Democratic primai
not binding in race
ivoi
GAY LINE
693-1630
Information & Referral
Mon-Thurs 8-10 p.m.
FOR SALE
New Acoustical Guitar with hard shell ease.
Talk price. 693-6332. 125t5
Honda CB 200. New exhaust, windshield.
$500.00 firm. 846-6761. 126t5
Senior boots size OVzD. Excellent condition.
Good price. 845-6200. 126t7
Kawasaki 900, mint condition. Dual overhead
Cam engine. $1595 or best offer. 846-9468.
127t2
’73 Mercury Marquis. Clean, dependable.
$800.00. 693-3889. 127t7
New Kay Banjo with case. $185.00 or best
offer. Call Julie after 6 p.m. 696-4286. 127t3
1977 Trans Am, T/A 6-6 Auto Velour interior.
AM/FM Cassette w/equalizer. Excellent con
dition. $5000. 822-4516. I27t3
76 Capri Hatchback. Excellent condition.
$2600.00. 846-2506. I24tl0
Weight bench. Almost new. $80. Call 693-
2240. 129t4
J.I.L. in-dash AM/FM Stereo, 8-track, CB all
in one. $125. 846-9086. 129t2
1968 Mercury Park Lane Green All-Power.
Good Condition. 845-3156. I29t4
Senior Boots, size G'/iD. Excellent condition.
Great price. 779-9670 after 6 pm. 120U3
WANTED
Typing. Experienced, fast, accurate. All kinds
822- 0544... Itfh
Typing. Full time. Symbols. Notary Public.
823- 7723... 76tfn
CASH FOR OLD GOLD
’ Class rings, wedding rings, worn
► gold jewelry, coins, etc
LOST
Lost: Male Boxer - Brown and white with
black mask. One and a half years old. RE
WARD! Please call 696-1261. 125t5
LOST
One gold cufflink in shape of state
of Texas. Lost Friday, March 28, in
Zachry Engineering area or Library
area. If found please call Heston
Cherry. 845-7841.
REWARD. I29t2
ALTERATIONS
IN THE GRAND TRADITION OF
OLD TEXAS WHERE MOTHER
TAUGHT DAUGHTER THE FINE
ART OF SEWING SO HELEN
MARIE TAUGHT EDITH MARIE
THE SECRETS OF SEWING AND
ALTERATIONS
‘ DON'T GIVE UP — WELL
MAKE IT FIT!"
at welch s cleaners we not
ONLY SERVE AS AN EXCaLENT
DRY CLEANERS BUT WE SPE
CIALIZE IN ALTERING HARD TO
FIT EVENING DRESSES. TAPtREO
SHIRTS, JEAN HEMS. WATCH
POCKETS. ETC
(WE RE JUST A FEW
BLOCKS NORTH OF FED
MART.)
LOST CAT
Missing from area north of Skaggs -
Milam and Cross streets - orange
and white cat. Neutered male called
Tom.
Any information please
call 846-1954
evenings. 12915
SPECIAL NOTICE
PROBLEM PREGNANCY? Free abortion
counseling and referrals. Call (713) 779-
2258.. .62tfh
LEGAL NOTICE
STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF TEXAS
No. 2788
Notice is hereby given in accord
ance with the terms and provisions
of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage
Code that CLYDE JACKSON
PORTERFIELD, SR. has filed ap
plication for a Package Store Permit
License or Permit, said business to
be conducted under the trade name
of CUT RATE NO. 6. Location of
said business to be 1204 West 25th
St., Bryan, Brazos County, Texas.
Witness my hand this the 25th day
of March, 1980.
FRANK BORISKIE . ■ tv. * 5
.
Brazos County, s. .......
lexas
By: Wilhelmina Bukenfeld
Deputy Clerk
AUTO INSURANCE
FOR AGGIES:
Call: George Webb
Farmers Insurance Group
3400 S. College 823-8051|
BILL’S AND JAY’S
AUTO TUNE UP
all cars
$Q “7tZ plus
^4■# yJ PARTS
Oil change FILTER^ OIL $4.00
Tune up & oil change
PLUS OIL & PARTS ^ ^
By appointment only
846-9086
3611 South College Ave.
Tex
AS
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o ETTCAE
Prescriptions Filled
Glasses Repaired
216 N. MAIN
BRYAN 822-6105
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sat. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
CASA BLANCA
Early Leasing Special
Until April 5
12 month lease - 2 students
2 bedroom apartments
$21 5/month Unfurnished
$250/ month Furnished
410 OLD COLLEGE
MAIN
846-1413
Shuttlebus - pool - laundry
convenient
Special "Summer Only” Rate
ALLEN
Oldsmobile
Cadillac
Honda
SALES - SERVICE
Where satisfaction is
standard equipment”
2401 Texas Ave.
. 779-3516
WELCH’S CLEANERS
3819 E. 29th (TOWN & COUNTRY SHOPPING CENTER)
By LAURA CORTEZ
City Stall
There will be a major difference
between the Republican and Demo
cratic Party primaries this year —
the Republican vote for president
will directly affect the race, but the
Democratic vote will not.
Neeley Lewis, Democratic Party
chairman for Brazos County, said
although the names Carter, Ken
nedy and Brown will appear on the
ballot, in that order, the outcome of
the vote will have nothing to do with
the selection of delegates to the na
tional convention.
He said the only purpose the
Democratic presidential vote in
Texas will serve is to give an indica
tion of the popular sentiment.
The decision to hold the Texas
Democratic primary this way was
made by the state Democratic Ex
ecutive Committee, Lewis said.
He said he is not sure why the
committee decided to hold this type
of primary, but said there are many
political considerations involved.
The Democratic Party will select
delegates at the county convention.
These delegates will go to the state
convention. There, delegates will be
chosen for the national convention
according to their presidential pre
ference, Lewis said.
u,
■ I
th
vote according to the
suits.
He said the numbero!
selected at the county
candidate will be propodji
delegate-representativaji
vention.
But the Republican pii_,
he handled differentliW
Kowierschke, RepublitjB u n
chairman for Brazos Coy TheUn
"This primary'will dec "It, eml
delegates from Texas will, 0 f ■
national convention," si v’ashingh
The proportion ofYoteJ osta g es
didate receives in thee 4o K ay .
make up this congressii J a
will determine the mim ^endi
gates for each candidatetk. om Wa
to the state conventioi ,here the
there to the national con, ie j r J49t
She said the nanii /hether F
Reagan and George Ik onciliato
order, will appear on tl iuhollah
can ballot. ^they !
Kowierschke said she iim," Pr<
cord turnout at this yea: adrwas i
can primary and the nm imps to 1
ing places will be incren ionday a
for the last primary to
She also saiil the Repulij
use electronic punch card J
the first time, as opposedbl
er ballots that have beeiim
The delegates are not hound to vlous y ears -
COURTYARD
APARTMENTS
"College Station’s
Standard of Quality"
New— Convenient—Comfortable
Now leasing for Summer & Fall
Early Bird 12-Month Lease Special
Academic Year & Summer Rates
600 University Oaks
COME BY: Stallings Dr. at Hwy. 30 & University Oaks
Open Evenings 'til 7 p.m.
Saturday 9-4 093-2772 Sunday 1-4
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Zentgrafsuit wordi
protested by petition
tVOTE FOR |
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PHIL
DAVIS
' ’ SR.
yell leader
w
N S §
MSG Political Forum
Presents:
GARY MAURO
Texas Democratic
Party Exec. Director
and
CHESTER
UPHAM
Texas G.O.P- Chairman
“Democrat or
Republican:
What’s the difference?”
Democratic and G.O.P.
Leaders Discuss 1980
Party Politics —
Texas Style
NOON
April 2, 1980
Rudder Forum
Program is
FREE
Dr. Bob Harmel
is moderator.
By SHERRY WOODARD
Campus Reporter
A Texas A&N1 University student
is circulating petitions on campus to
try to show that not all female stu
dents think sex discrimination exists
here.
The petition was drawn up in re
sponse to a suit filed against the Uni
versity by Melanie Zentgraf, a senior
female cadet who is suing Texas
A&M for sex discrimination within
the Corps of Cadets.
The petition, written by Mollie
White, a junior elementary educa
tion major, states the women of
Texas A&M object to the use of the
phrase, “as representing the women
at Texas A&M University,” being
used when referring to Zentgrafs
status as class representative in her
law suit.
The petition then requests that in
the future the phrase not be used in
any briefings, newspaper articles.
pr spoken language regarding or in
volving this specific case. ”
Zentgraf said she doesn’t believe
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823-8300
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whose u;
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business,
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the phrase is used in her a 41 l
said the phrase, "Melaniei Jn
indi\ id'ialK ami on bebjR a c,
others similarly situated*..
Zentgraf said ‘ all Others TI" h
situated basically refen»^
female cadets. z
Inatypcd.'xplanationiil^,;
tion, White says her intentiMi
”1) to simply allow the
A&M to have a voice; 2) to p
and prevent any misconcf
held by anyone concerningtl
ings of the majority of the
here; 3) to firmly establish th
not “similarly situated” (i.e.
tiff); 4) and NOT toattempttoi
the outcome of the case, orM I Musi
any new information intoid 1 d®P e
directly attack Melanie on I averi
else, and (> ! NOT to hinders I 50.0!
the University’s position.” I s ^ ea<
White said she got the ides ; s l° w
petition one night while dia i 708C
1 be Xc-nturaf rase with othetll^F■■* ,
students in her dorm. “I th P
‘How does the average per ■
America not know that all the* p
at A& M are not up in armscnif'
discrimination? ”
She said she plans tosendofl
her petition with signaturestt
newspapers around the com!
eluding the New York Time
Houston Chronicle, the Wash
Post, and the ABC Nightly h
White said she has represertf
circulating her petition in®
women’s dorm on campus, k|
probably won ’t get as many I
tures as she expected.
“Originally I wanted to getl
half the student body (signatiri
the women, about 6,000,” shf|
“But it doesn’t look likeit’sff
be that easy because off camp®
hard to contact. So I’ll probaf
up with maybe 2,000 or 3,M
White said she has no idci
many signatures have already
collected.
Zentgraf said she hasn’t rei]
petition, but "doesn’t care onf !
or the other. ” She said inher 1 !
which was filed in May, 1971
deuce is still being sought by
sides.
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