The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 13, 1980, Image 4

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Page 4 THE BATTALION MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1980 Battalion Classifieds HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED OFFICIAL NOTICE OFFICIAL NOTICE IHOP is now accepting applications for all shifts. Apply in person. 103 S. College. 3tfh Telephone solicitors needed. $3-$10 per hour. Excellent working conditions. Call 846- 3033. 29t5 Now taking applications for part time salesman and outside computer salesman. APPLY NOW. Radio Shack. Culpepper Plaza. 28tfn SALESPERSON WITH GREAT PERSONALITY Afternoons 1-6. Saturday 10-6. Flexible hours can work around your schedule. Apply In person only. Snala’s Shoes 707 Texas Ave. aono Advertising salesperson needed immediately. 25 hours a week. Make $1000 a semester. Call 846-3033. 29t5 FULL OR PART TIME HELP NEEDED Will schedule around school hours. 3301 Texas Ave. 846-0853 30111 PART TIME DRAFTSMAN WANTED 5-10 hours per week. Call Edna at 845-4424sot3 Now Accepting Applications for day and evening employment. Apply in person only. SCHLOTZSKY’S 100 S. Texas Ave. between 2-5 p.m. 1215 ELECTRIC PARTS COUNTER SALES PERSON for part time and full time. Call 822-4862. EARN UP TO $3.80/HR. TEAM CLEANING homes and offices during flexible daytime hours. HOME CARE SERVICES. 846- 1905. 26tfn DOMINO S PIZZA Now hiring phone and counter help. Apply Domino’s 1504 Holloman, isitin PART TIME HELP WANTED Neighborhood convenience store. Evenings and weekends. $3.25/hour 693-8733 THE ELECTRIC COWBOY now hiring WAITRESSES FISH RICHARDS HALF CENTURY HOUSE needs Wait Person 11 am-3pm Cocktail Waitress 5:30-11pm —696-4118 DOMESTIC SERVICES Apply in person 10-2 846-2277 313 S. College in Skaggs Shopping Center WAITRESSES, BARTENDERS, BARBACK AND HOSTESS. Call for appointment. 846-9940 or come by THE RED BULL 3606 S. College Ave. 28tfn JENSEN’S Now hiring for all positions for the Fall semester. Waiters, waitresses, fountaineers, cooks, and dishwashers. Pick up an application at Culpepper Plaza College Station loottn FULL OR PART TIME *Day Shift ‘Night shift (til 10pm.) ‘Weekends ‘Flexible hours to fit your schedule ‘Rapid advancement ‘Cashier experience helpful Starting Salary $3.50/hour Apply in person only. 9:30-11:30am. (if possible) WHATABURGER Bryan College Station 1101 Texas 105 Dominik 6tfn Clean homes with other students. Very flexible hours. 693-1954 $3.50/hour + mileage. Judy Smeins Libby Vastano OFFICIAL NOTICE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE English Proficiency Examination ALL JUNIORS and SENIORS in curricula of the College of Science must take the English Proficiency Examination on Wednesday, October 22,1980, AT 7:30 P.M. BIOLOGY Department Curricula.... Room 113 BSBE CHEMISTRY Department Curricula Room 231 CHEM MATH Department Curricula Room 101 Milner PHYSICS Department Curricula.... Room 301 RHYS 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 accept able English. This requirement may be satisfied by (1) passing an examina tion in English composition (ERE) taken not later than the spring semester of the junior year, or (2) completing English 301 with a minimum grade of “C”. ANY STUDENT WHO FAILS THE WRITTEN EXAMINA TION (ERE) MUST SATISFY THE ENGLISH PROFICIEN CY Requirement by taking English 301 and EARNING A MINIMUM GRADE OF “C”. For information and guidelines on the nature of the examination, check with |^^ie departmental secretary. sane SERVICES JOB OPPORTUNITIES Typing. Professional, neat, fast. Expertise — scientific papers. 846-2814. 28tl5 Typing, symbols, Notary Public. 823-7723. . 180tfn Expert Typing. Gloria. 693-8286. needs full or part-time male or female help. Day or night. Apply in person. 201 Dominik *38»aS3S3SX3C^jSC|3K|SS63S3S3S3S3l>3W j Fast Food Personnel FREE FOOD PAID VACATIONS ROOM FOR ADVANCEMENT. EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITIONS. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY v> b 5« S N ON o a Part & full time positions available for the following shifts: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 7 p.m.-2 a.m. 5 p.m.-2 a.m. Starting pay $3.25/hr. Apply in person between 9:30 “ a.mT-11:00 a.m. Der Wienerschnitzel 501 S. Texas Ave. . . ~ itfn Now hiring Delivery Personnel Must have own car and insurance. $3.50/hour plus commission and tips. Apply Domino’s Pizza 1504 Holleman or 4407 Texas Ave. after 4:30 p.m. Typing!! Reports, dissertations, etc. ON THE DOUBLE. 331 University. 846-3755. nstfti LAB TECHNICIAN NEEDED For clinic in Navasota. Training or experience in Clinical Pathology required. Car pooling available. Good salary. Call Pat 1-825-6444 Ext. 204. aits Professional Typing. 779-2683. nmzznzn PERSONALS HSTUDENTS — PROFS Card Keypunch done fast and efficiently. 779-9602. 28118 TYPING. All kinds. Let us type your propos als, dissertations or theses drV bur WORD PROCESSOR. Fast service. Reasonable rates. 1 B/CS 209 University East 846-5794 lestfn LOST MINIATURE COLLIE (SHELTIE) SABLE AND WHITE LAST SEEN MANOR EAST MALL. REWARD. 693-1732 or 693-1584. 28t23 ROOMMATE WANTED NOW HIRING DELIVERY PEOPLE NEEDED FLEXIBLE HOURS 3.50/hr. plus 6% commission plus tips. Must have own car and insurance. Apply between 3:30 and 7 M-F at 319 Patricia 846-7785 PART-TIME HELP WANTED. GRAPEVINE PERSONALITY 696-3411. Chrysler Corp. Cars . Body Work - Painting " I HALSELL MOTOR COMPANY INC. - jDodge Sales and Service Since 1922 1411 Texas Ave. * 823-8111 Female roommate to sub-lease Scandia apari- mept Spring^fbmeSter 1981. $113 + elec. Call bby. 69&9$P6i 28t5 FOR RENT Furnished apartment for boys only. $100. Call 846-5132 after 7pm. lltfh Ufn UNEXPECTED PREGNANCY? FOR SALE 1977 Honda Express. Call 846-7513 afte~8 pm. 30t3 Moving-must sell Women’s 10-speed. New. $90. Wendy 845-1827. 30t5 Sleek AMF Sail Boat. 13' Monohull. Exc. condition. Call Roy. 775-0875 or 822-7441. 2815 Services through the 20th week. Awake or Asleep. Women’s Health Services of Houston and Dallas, Texas. Off Metroplex Gyn. Group Toll Free 1-800-442-4076i8tioi NEED TO SUBLEASE One bedroom apartment unfurnish ed. $265 plus utilities. Six month lease expires in February, apart ment AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 1. Location: Briarwood Apts. Call 693- 2250. 28t5 Toyota Celica flexible air dam. Fits ’78-’80. Steve. 696-3942. 28t5 SPECIAL NOTICE BUMPER STICKER: “It’s easier to talk about Aggies than keep up with them! — $1.00. CELCO, Box 1597-B, Richardson, Tex 75080. 28t5 OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS. 693-6386 1980 Honda Civic. Perfect, evenings. Call 846-7641 29t5 BARBECUE #3 CULPEPPER PLAZA. We need people with energy and personality. Limited positions open j Full or Part Time l FOR SALE $100.00 down, 5 acres, College Station area. COUNTRY LAND CO. 713/468-8501 2f SOUTH TEXAS ESCORT SERVICE Escorts available for women. All inquiries confidential and welcomed. Call Denise 846-0722 4-8 pm. 3114 LOST WANTED REWARD. LOST: Gold and blue bead bracelet. Sentimental value. Please call 845- 0614. 30t3 FlOUND Tennis racket last week. Steve. 696-3942. Apply between 10-11 and 2-4 -nw ■ . -MV r ■ —s**r; T~ .at: T- CASH FOR OLD GOLD Class rings, wedding rings, worn out gold jewelry, coins, etc. The Diamond room Town & Country Shopping Center i 3731 E. 29th SL, Bryan 846-4708 ( ^ 0 , The Battalion 845-2611 ^—i-- j. mi—ni;—ni r¥Ii r[_ kv:\ SPECIAL NOTICE SPECIAL NOTICE SPECIAL NOTICE GRIMES MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Navasota, Texas has immediate openings for full time Registered Staff X-Ray Technicians, Staff RN’s and LVN’s for floor and ICU positions with shift and ICU differentials. Excellent pay and good fringe benefits. For information contact Burna Erwin, Personnel 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 713-825-6585. i87t27i ‘Good working conditions ‘Friendly atmosphere CHICKEN OIL COMPANY and TEXAS MOON TAVERN ‘Flexible hours ‘No exp. necessary Part time and full time shifts for: Cooks, waitpersons, and kitchen help. Days — Nights — Weekends Call 846-2322 Come by Dixie Chicken Office 10-11am or 12-3pm Monday through Friday INFLUENZA VACCINE STUDY A new flu study testing a vaccine against Bangkok flu will begin Oct. 14 Only 600 volunteers will be accepted Volunteers will receive $50-60 for participation For Information or to Join Study: Oct. 14, 15, 16 — Tues., Wed., Thurs. Commons Lounge 9AM to 9PM Health Center 9AM to 4PM Tuesday night — Corps Lounge D: 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm. What’s Up MONDAY MSC POUTICAL FORUM: Bob Bergland, U S. secretary off ture, will campaign for President Jimmy Carter at 1 p.m. inU | Theater. STUDENT Y: Delta Y will meet at 7:30 p.m. in 308Rudder,j DANCE ARTS SOCIETY: Will meet for ballet class atTp.Jl G. Rollie White. HILL COUNTY HOMETOWN CLUB: Will meet it 7 p air | Krueger. PSY CHI: Will meet at noon in 103 Harrington. AGGIE BLOOD DRIVE: Will be held from noon to 9 p ay | MSC, and from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Sbisa and the Coi TEXAS A&M CHEMISTRY CLUB: Will meet at 7:30 p.m si [ Chemistry. PHI ETA SIGMA: Will meet at 8 p.m. in 201 MSC. CAREERS IN LIBERAL ARTS: The Placement Center willpn | this program at 6:30 p.m. in 401 Rudder. CATHOUC STUDENT ASSOCIATION; Will meet for Biblen | at 7:30 p.m. at St. Mary s Student Center and will hold nig service at 10 p.m. at St. Mary’s Church. TEXAS ENERGY EXTENSION SERVICE: Will conductai energy conservation seminar at 7:30 p.m. at the OakwQod| School Library. VENEZUELAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION: Will give am presentation from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Rudder Fountain. m i in V rv < 0* TUESDAY CLASS OF ’82: Will meet at 8 p.m. in 206 MSC. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS! meet at 7:30 p.m. in 103 Zachry. MARKETING SOCIETY AND MANAGEMENT SOCIEIT! meet at 7:30 p.m. at Lakeview. RANGE CLUB: Will meet at 7 p.m. in 112 O&M. AMERICAN INSTITUE OF AERONAUTICS & ASTRONAUT! Will meet at 7 p.m. in 203 Zachry. MSC ARTS COMMITTEE: Will meet at 5:30 p.m. in 145MS “THE THREE MUSKETEERS”: The feature will be show*/ p.m. in th MSC Basement Coffeehouse. ORAL INTERPRETATION GROUP: W ill meet at 7 p m l Academic. PRE-LAW SOCIETY: Will meet at 7 p.m. in 510 Rudder. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA: Will meet at 7:30 p.m. in 308M SAN ANTONIO HOMETOWN CLUB: Will meet at 7 30p m Heldenfels. CATHOUC STUDENT ASSOCIATION: Will meet for Bible! at 9 p.m. in Corps area Lounge E and the out-of-state am: will meet at 7:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s Student Center. MSC VARIETY SHOW COMMITTEE: Will meet at 7 30 pi 216T MSC. FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CLUB: Will meet all p.m. in 113 Kleberg Animal and Food Science Center. This bi which 28. Bil acts w prices $5i for WEDNESDAY | Un ., STUDENT Y: The Concessions Committee will meet at 5:30pi NEW Y< 302 Rudder and the Bonfire Committee will meet at 6:30p: believe the 601 Rudder. lf r - Sidney CYPRESS VALLEY HOMETOWN CLUB: Will meet at 7:30p,i !? Rist ’ raise 607 Rudder. tmgammi on a non ex- STUDENTS FOR ED CLARK: Will meet at 8 p.m. in 41011 "portable t rington. He want EUROPE CLUB: Will meet at 8:30 p.m. at Mr. Catti s. hRbt to vie MSC BLACK AWARENESS COMMITTEE: Will meet at 7:30p: IK 6 ® m ° n < wSeeh CATHOUC STUDENT ASSOCIATION; The NewmanClub®. technology foreign students will meet at 7:30 p.m. at St. Mary's Stub ControlDa Center. a contract l HILLEL CLUB: A vice consul for Israel wil speak at 8 p.m all Ve ntion, a< Hillel Jewish Student Center. an( l decide doctor gavi ^ Worth. State Fair rides not fun for some Vnfted Yress International DALLAS — Ride operators at the State Fair of Texas seem to' having more problems this year than any in the recent past. About 50 people went into a 25 mph spin for about 10 mint! Saturday after a hydraulic pump malfunctioned on a ride called ll Enterprise. Though no one was injured, 32 complained of nausea* wobbly knees. Authorities said the ride would be shut down untilil* 5 repaired. In another incident Saturday, a 32-year-old Dallas man fell25fe after losing his balance while apparently standing on a roller corf called Super Zyklon. Police said Dale Douglas struck a couple of supporting struts belt hitting the ground. Police said Douglas refused to get into an an® lance called to the scene. On Thursday, a 28-year-old woman was thrown from the Himai ride and her mother complained the ride did not close after - incident. The woman suffered a broken wrist and a cut on her he* Fair manager Wayne Gallagher, however, says the Himalaya ridtf the midway is one of the safest because the operator installed said belts as an added precaution. Gallagher said safety precautions on rides are left almost entirel) 1 ride operators and the fair has no official rules for ride safety. A man was killed and 17 persons were injured last year during® fair when a gondola of the swiss sky ride fell to the ground. The r^ : closed this year. ★★★ B Dionne Warwick says: “Get your blood into circulation.” Call Red Cross now for a blood donor appointment. si^ni A Pubhc Sen/** ol Tha Newv*oe* » The Artvertwng Council