The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, January 23, 1984, Image 12

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Battalion Classifieds Page 12/The Battalion/Monday, January 23, 1984 FOR RENT Fans celebrate victory, want their team back (- PEPPER TREE APARTMENTS Landmark Properties, Inc. 'Shuttle bus •Free cable tv •Security guard •Partyroom •Swimming pool •Laundry facilities *1-2-3 bedrooms •6 different floor plans •Lots of closet space •Excellent maintenance crew •Convenient to shopping areas FREE Tutoring Service Aerobic classes 693-5731 Scuba Diving classes Martial Arts classes Hours: 9 to 6 Mon.-Fri. Sat. 10-4 2701 Longmire Drive College Station United Press International OAKLAND, Calif. — More than 300 former Oakland Raid- ers fans celebrated “their team’s” Super Bowl victory over the Washington Redskins at a game party in a downtown hotel Sunday. The celebration, arranged by the Chamber of Commerce, was complete with performances by the former Raiderettes every time the Raiders, now based in Los Angeles, scored a touch down in their 38-9 rout of the Redskins. A huge television screen was placed in the hotel ballroom, and the crowd came early to watch some of the pre-game activities. By the time the two teams squared off in Tampa, Fla., the noise level had picked up con siderably, and by game’s end, more than three hours of SOUTHWEST VILLAGE APARTMENTS Best Atmosphere In Town. Like Living In A Park. WE FEATURE Interior Green Space with Creek & Trees-Swimming Pool-Club Room- -Jacuzzi-Sauna-Tennis Court- s-Shuttle Bus Service- 4 Distinctive Styles of Apt. NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Children & Pets Welcome 1101 Southwest Parkway College Station, Texas 77840 409-693-0804 74U3. NEW MINI WARE HOUSES Sizes available 5x5 to 10x30 THE STORAGE CENTER 3007 Longmire College Station (near Ponderosa Motel and Brazos Valley Lumber) 764-8238 or 696-4203 696-5487 7 5tfn CASA DEL SOL TWO BLOCKS TO CAMPUS Pool, Jacuzzi, basketball goals, on premises security guard, 1st class mainte nance. 401 Stasney, C.S. (409) 696-3455 74t6 HELP WANTED Waitresses wanted. Silver Dollar, 846-4691 or 775- 7919. 75t20 try Cook $4.50 per hour, dinner shill. Apply in person between 2-4 p.m.. Hill's Restaurant E. 29th Street at Carter Creek. 74tf> TmmeSfiat^openings: Part- time evening telephone sales positions. Work from home or office. Excellent commission with guaranteed hourly wage for IN-Office training. Call Mark, 846-7592 or 846-8315 between 1-4 p.m. 74t10 Looking for Sophomore or Junior Business or C.S. ma jors. Part time computer opera tions work. Early mornings and weekends. Send resume to Frank Pierce, P.O. Box 6500, Bryan, Texas 77805. 78t3 IMMEDIATE: Have 20 positions available for tele phone office work. Good salary plus company benefits AM & PM hours. Col lege students and homemakers wel come. We will train you. Apply 9 to 5 at 1701 Southwest Parkway, Professional Bldg., Suite 204, C.S. 79t6 Deluxe 2 bedroom 1 1 / 2 bath 4- plexes with washers and dryers. Some with fireplaces, fenced yards, cathedral ceil- 1 ings. Large walk-in closets, lots of cabinets. 693-8685, 775-f 1 1600:696-1660. 74ti4 A 2 or 3 bedroom, 2 bath near TAMU, washer/dryer available from $350/mo. 696-7714 or 693-0982 after 6p.m. 696-4384. 75tfn A Bargain! 2 bedroom unfurnished apartment in modern, wooded 4- plex. 1.7 miles from campus. Near I shuttle. Washer and dryer connec- ] tions. Low rent! 693-7761. 7416 Free cable-Bills pd! Pr ' v ^ 9 '^ 7 & 8 22-4811 even- frig. . desk, pool, deposit. 779-906 . o* 77t5 A. big reducation, 3 bedroom, 2 bath in 4-plex, $375 near TAMU, 693-5286. 74t6 Two bedroom 1 1/2 bath apartment. 1/2 mile from TAMU. $395/mo. Call Country Place, *46-0515. 76t5 Available Now. 3 bdrm. 2 batb 4-plex, w/ washer ind dryer. C.S. $370. 272-8422, 1-567-4974. 77t5 Woodstock Condominium, 2 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, w/d, fireplace, patio and shuttle bus. $450/mo. 713- 391-8047. 79t3 FOR SALE Wedding dress size8. Never worn. Asking $150.00, worth $350.00, 260-0894. 79t5 1981 Honda 250XL with tarp, new tires & muffler. Runs great. Call 696-1059. Ask for Ken. 80t5 Traffic lights two types, $70 each or best offer, 846- •1259- 80t5 1980 Turbo Trans AM. Limited Edition. Indianapo lis Pace Car. White and Charcoal Metallic. T-Top fully loaded 42,00 mi. 409-535-4821 or 535- 4162 77t5 Woodstock Condominium, excellent write-off, 2 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, 2 years old, w/d, fireplace, patio and shuttle. $54,500. 713-391-8047. 79t3 1981 Camaro excellent condition, power windows, loaded, asking $5200. 775-4940. 76t6 Monte Carlo excellent condition. Call Louise Swink 779-8408 or 779-1355. 77t7 NEW LOW COST FURNITURE FOR SALE Beds, Dinettes, couch and chair set. 779-8222.76t5 79 Ford Futura Sport Coupe $2995.00 &c ’76 Buick Century, $1250.00, 693-1872. 80tl0 APARTMENT BEATER 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Pay ments under $180.00 month. Call for details. 779- 8222. 76t5 19 inch 1981 color sharp T V. $225 call 693- 6070. 76t5 SERVICES CRUISESHIPS ARE HIRING! $16-$30,000! Carribean, Hawaii, World. Call for Guide, Directory, Newsletter 1-(916) 944-4440 Ext. TEXASA&M- CRUISE. 74t13 AIRLINES ARE HIRING! Flight Attendants Reservations! $14- $39,000. Worldwide! Call for Directory, Guide, Newsletter. (916) 944-4440 Ext. TEXASA- &MAIR. 74t1^ 10 Full-time 30 Part-time Deliv ery men needed. PD.nightly- flexible hours. Apply in person CHANELLO’S PIZZA, 2404 S. Texas Ave., Pkwy Center or 301 Patricia St. 79110 "&£kULMAIi THEATRES Mon-Fmly Nlte-Sch 6 ■ TiM-Fmly Nite-MEIII j SCHULMAN 6 2002 775-2463 /75-2468 7:20 9:45 SACRED GROUND 7:35 9:55 UNCOMMON VALOR! 7:20 9:40 RISKY BUSINESS 8:45 SCARFACE 7:15 9:40 1 THE BIG CHILL STAYlfihfc ALIVE 9:50 FLASHDANCE~ MANOF E A ST III Mano dal! ■L o c U (/ 7:25 9:45 TWO OF A KIND 7:20-9:40 NEVER CRY WOLF 7:15 9:35 ANGEL Guitar Instructor needed. LANGE MUSIC, 1410 Texas Ave., Bryan, 822-2334. 80t5 HELP WANTED PIZZA EXPRESS Now Hiring Delivery People $3.75 Per Hour — Base Pay 6% Commission on all deliveries TIPS Apply 2314 Texas Avenue 319 Patricia (after 5:00p.m.) Monday thru Sunday! 696-7785 846-7785 Counter help positions also available. $6.00/hr. part-time help needed. Appt. secretary. Must have fantastic personality. Tommy 846- 4751. SO* 3 Delivery work. No lifting. Temporary. Female or) male. Must have own car. Call 693-5530. 75tloi Telephone sales. Temporary. Day or evening hours available, full or part time. Earn extra spending ~ " 75tl5 money. Call 693-5530. WANTED: CEDAR OR TREE ALLER GIC INDIVIDUALS FOR ANTIHISTAMINE STUDY Must meet the following re quirements: Male over 12 years of age History of allergy symptoms Willing to be skin tested for tree allergies Would like to earn $100 Call between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. 775-0425 7 St10 DELIVERY DRIVERS Have 15 positions needed for light local deliveries. Must have econo mical car AM/PM hours available. Earn $25 p/day and up. Apply 9-5 at 1701 Southwest Parkway, Pro fessional Building, Suite 204, C.S. Apartment maintenance and material handler. Must have plumbing experience, 260-9738. 70tl0 ROOMMATE WANTED Female roommate, walking distance, $100.00/mo. total. Call Floren 846-7182. 77t5 PERSONALS SKI VAIL BEAVER CREEK Call TOLL FREE 1-800-222-4840 for discounts. Condos & equip. 77tl6 ON THE DOUBLE All kinds of typing at reasonable rates. Dissertations, theses, term papers, resumes. Typing and copying at one stop ON THE DOU BLE 331, University Drive. 846- 3755.. 7819 SWENSEN“S Now interviewing for full time or part time COOKS, DISHWASHERS & FOUN- TAINEERS. Flexible hours, competitive wages. Apply in person at Culpepper Plaza, College Station. IN THI ymm? screaming left many with hoarse voices. The celebrating actually be gan last Thursday when a huge streamer was hung from the Oakland city hall, and mayor Lionel Wilson declared “we have not given up, and we have high hopes of bringing our team back home.” Wilson was referring to the ciy’s eminent domain suit which the court of appeals has ordered a Monterey superior court judge to rehear. The judge, Nat Agliano, ruled against the city in the original suit, but the appeals court said he had erred and told him to schedule a new trial. During the weekend, Los Angeles mayor Tom Bradley wrote NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle, asking him to award an expansion franchise to Oakland so that the Raiders could remain in Los Angeles, where their owner, Al Davis, took them two years ago. Wilson, a former superior court judge, called Bradley’s suggestion “stupid.” “The Los Angeles Raiders are our team,” Bradley wrote Rozel le. “They are here (in Los Angeles), and we intend that they shall stay.” Wilson countered, “Tom Bradley is a lawyer. At least he has a license to practice law. And, as a lawyer, he ought to know that Pete Rozelle has no jurisdiction or control of emi nent domain action. “Maybe they didn’t teach emi nent domain law when he went to school. That means we buy the team,” he said. “As a lawyer, he has to recog nize that it is very clear we are going to win the eminent do main case and thereby bring the Raiders back to Oakland.” Employee benefits may be changing United Press International NEW YORK — The tradi tional package of employee be nefits is getting increasingly ex pensive for the employer and, some critics claim, increasingly useless to many employees. “If you came here from Mars and looked at a tradtional be nefit program, it would not make sense,’’ argued Lance Tane of the Wyatt Co., an em ployee benefits consulting firm. Single people with no depen dents wind up with extensive life insurance coverage, he said, and workers who are covered by their spouses’ health care be nefits get duplicate protection from their own employers. Tane is one of Wyatt’s ex perts on flexible benefit plans, which allow employees options in designing a benefit package. The most ambitious provide a wide range of choices, and the chance for workers to buy extra coverage with pre-tax dollars. “The workforce has changed dramatically,” Tane said. “Needs vary. If you’re single you don’t need two-times-pay life in surance.” Tane claims traditional be nefit programs have several dis advantages for the employer. Workers don’t appreciate the value of what they’re getting, he said, and costs are not controll able. “The traditional program is like a blank check, denominated in goods and services rather than money,” he said. “It costs the company money, but if peo ple had the right to choose, they wouldn’t spend the money that way. Employers don’t know the value of this.” In a program Wyatt designed for Comerica, a Michigan bank holding company, employees receive a workbook each year, which tells them how much they have to “spend” for benefits. While each employee must have health care, disability and life insurance, there are diffe rent levels of coverage available. Employees, for instance, can choose catastrophic health cov erage only, a health mainte nance organization, or tradi tional coverage from “high” to “low.” They can “buy” additional days off or “sell” part of their regular vacations back to the company; obtain life insurance coverage for their dependents or take part in a savings plan similar to an Individual Retire ment Account. The program also includes two reimbursement accounts, in which employees are able to pay for child care or noncovered health costs with pretax dollars. At Comerica 47 percent of the workers decided to buy addi tional benefits with salary de ductions. About 27 percent chose to take less than their budget allowed, converting the rest into regular pay. Only about 6 percent bought the old benefit package — a typical response, Tane said. Unions have been generally unenthusiastic about the flexible benefits concept, in part because they suspect employers are us ing it as a backdoor method of cutting their contributions. “It’s difficult to show that a combination of flexible benefits provides the same degree of protection,” said Bert Seidman, health benefits expert for the AFL-CIO. The unions, Seidman said, also are worried about what hap pens to the cost of types of cover age that are selected only by peo ple who are likely to use them h. leavily. HEWLETT PACKARD CALCULATORS CX ... SS49.9S GV 99.99 C 91 AA.99 HP 1 6C $88.99 HP 15C $88.99 HP 1 20 $88.99 HP 1 1 C $69.99 HP 10C $51 .99 HP 75C $749.99 CAIN/IRUS REPS NEEDED We need Sales Representatives on yourcampustosell Hewlett Packard Calculators and other computer products. You’ll make generous commissions selling only the finest quality name brands on the market. Call today to see if you qualify fora Campus Representative Kit. No invest ment is required. east: 800-233-8 5 50 west: 800-648-331 1 In PA call (717)327-9575, Dept. 0134 Order Status Number: 327-9576 Customer Service Number: 327-1450 477 E. Third St., Williamsport, PA 17701 In NV call (702)588-5654, Dept. 0134 Order Status Number: 588-5654 P.O. Box 6689 Stateline, NV 89449 Around town Law scholarship available Applications for the Joseph Milton Nance Tuition Fret Scholarships in Law now are available. The scholarships are ! awarded to Texas A&rM students planning to attend Baylor | University School of Law. This year the number of scholarships awarded has been increased from two to three. Deadline for applications is Feb. | 8. Students interested should contact Hilary Jessup, Acade mic Counseling Office; or Dr. J.M. Nance, Department of History. Parks and Recreation interviewing The College Station Parks and Recreation Department is now interviewing instructors for Spring Classes and Recrea tion Supervisors for Kids Summer Day Camp. Apply at City Hall, in the personnel office, on Texas Avenue. For more information call 764-3773. Mills committee to award fellowships i p . . J accepting applications for the W.G. Mills Fellowship in Hyd- - - -- .. ‘P’ _ rology for the Spring semester. Deadline for application is Jan. 27. The Fellowships provide finacial support to four or more highly qualified graduate students in hydrology. Appropri ate areas of study include engineering hydrology, stochastic hydrology, hydrometeorology, geohydrology, watershed management and hydrologic techniques in water resources planning. Order graduation announcements May and DVM Graduates must order their graduation announcements before Feb. 8. Announcements can be ordered in the MSC Student Finance Center, room 217, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Volunteers sought for RSVP project The Retired Senior Volunteer Program of the Brazos County Community Council is looking for volunteers lobe trained as mental health paraprofessjonals to do counseling in local nursing homes. To help meet the need for mental health services forolder persons, the Texas A&M Department of Educational Psycol- ogy, the Texas Agriculture Extension Service and the Re tired Senior Volunteer Program have joined to recruit, train and supervise the mental health paraprofessionals who par ticipate in the project. The first meeting for those interested in the project is Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the First Presbyte- rain Church of Bryan, 1100 Carter Creek Parkway. To submit an item for this column, come by The Battalion office in 216 Reed McDonald. Most-costly wel turns out dry iei fte and and fan United Press International led, assumed the field CLEVELAND — Standard contain oil reserves of at least l-:an Oil Co. (Ohio) Friday billion barrels when it bid onitdeff announced it is abandoning its lease for the tract. m C $1.5 billion Mulkuk well In Houston, Sohio’s produi' offshore Alaska — the most ex- tion subsidiary said tests fro: gam pensive ever drilled — because four zones in the Mukluk wdby final tests confirmed it is a dry yielded salt water and onftn hole. traces of oil. One zone produ«|van Sohio and 10 other com- 27,000 cubic feet of naturalga: shot panics spent $1.5 billion to pur- day with the water flow from! half, chase leases in the Mukluk area, well. BT which some oil analysts had pre dicted would prove to be the largest oil field discovered in North America since the lucra tive Prudhoe Bay field was found in the 1960s. The first Mukluk exploratory well is located 65 miles north west of Prudhoe Bay in the Beaufort Sea. Sohio, which said the Mukluk well was the most costly ever dril- The Sohio announceme^ confirmed preliminary datasF leased by the company on Dec indicating the Mukluk wellco(| tained water. The Cleveland-based con| pany had invested $430 in the 9,860-foot well that* 5 ! drilled in 50-foot-deep waKL, Sohio has the largest stake j 31.4 percent in the well 11 /r WANTED: Roommate share in townhouse by 2818, $ 130/mo/. 1/3 of bills. Call Jim 693-3962. 77t5 MSC LEADERSHIP OPENINGS % MSC Committee Chairman and MSC Council Positions General Information Meeting Tuesday, January 24 5:30 Rm 216T Sohio said it will take a million after-tax writeoff fortk | well against its 1983 earninf The well will be plugged. “We didn’t write off the wl* 1 ! investment because we may^ cide to do additional drilling 1 parts of the Mukluk area,’ Richard Nash, director of SoM investor relations. “Obviously the company I disappointed,” he said. “Ini's oil business, you drill a lol 1 holes and more are this waytk 1 successful. It is the natureoN L beast.” L . Eugene L. Nowak, end l c group director for Dean Win 1 pg/ Reynolds Inc. in New York,% the test results on the first Mnt luk well will make oil companf ^ “take a second and third look the Beaufort Sea area. Other companies with 1 terests in the well are Mc i Corp., Shell Oil Co., Tetfjj Inc., Diamond Shamrock, ish Petroleum Ltd., PM 1 Amerada Hess, Gulf Oil Cotj ^ Koch and Elf Aquataine.