The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, July 29, 1986, Image 4

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Battalion Classifieds ...... •.•.•. •.•.•................... •.•.•. •.•.•. •.•.-. FOR fl€NT roomates wanted if vnu havp discriminating taste for quality living, a yen to make new relafionsh^s VIKING offers 1 & 2 bdrm. units with a built in roomate! As LOW AS $180 each ALL BILLS PAID! •Extra Large Pool •Tennis Court •Sauna •Balconies •All Electric Kitchens •Individual A/C & Heat •On Ground Mgmt. & Sec. •24 Hours Emer. Maint. Open Daily Mon - Fri 9-7 Open Sat - Sun 10-5 1-5 1601 Holleman College Station, TX APARTMENTS 409/693-6716 casa H Low Summer Rates del sol jS Low Fall Rates 2 Blocks from campus Church across the street • 2 blocks from stores • 2 blocks from nite life on University Pool/Jacuzzi Basketball Goals Party Room On Premise Security Game Room w/Pool Table On Premise Maintenance Hours: 8:30 A.M - 5:30 P.M. 401 s,a8n IL c £« 9estation Mobil Town Mobile Home Park 400 Ehlinger Dr. Bryan 822-5358 Spaces $110. 2 Bdrm homes $150. and up Bus - Pool - Private 2 miles north of Skaggs off College Avenue 180t8/27 3 Bdrm/2 Bath 4-Plexes with washer/dryer & ali kitchen ap- pliances. Near TAMU. From $350/mo. Call for appt. 846-1712/696-4384/693-0982 168tfn Have furnished home mostly to yourself. SI 87.50/mo. & utlilities. just north of Villa Maria, West of South College Ave. Collect (713)999-3062. 183t8/l S€RVIC€S Typing, Editing, and Library Research Assistance. Call foi details. 779-837(5. 167t9/3 H€IP UJRNT€D THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE Has immediate openings for route carriers and/or sales solicitor posi tions. Carrier positions require working early morning hours deliv ering papers and can earn $400. to $600. per month plus gas allow ance. Call Andy at 693-7815 or Ju lian at 693-2323 for an appoint- GOVERNMEM JOBS. $l(i,040-$59,230/yr. Now hir- ing. Call 8()5-687-600() ext. R-9531 for current federal list. 167t8/14 On campus commission sales work. 693-9984. High commission possible. 175tlh Part time Dental Assistant Position. Kxperience nec- essai v. .Apple 2101 Texas Avenue. C.S. 1 79t8/8 S350. 3 Bdrm./2 Ba. 4-plex. neat TAMl . Appliances, garage. 693-5286. 764-7363. 846-6211. 1 79t8/27 Duplex near TAML’. Two bedroom, ceiling fan. fenced. S275. 845-7301 or 693-0338. 18D7/31 Huge duplexes dose t<» Milton. Two and three bed rooms. with washer and drvei connections. Fite place, ceiling Tans, and fenced vatds. 846-2471. 846-8730. 693-1627. I'niversitN Rentals. P.O. Drawer C T, College Station. 77840. I63tfn S375.. 2 Bdrm. house, fenced, neai 1AML. Quiet neighborhood, appliances. 693-5286, 764-7363. 846- 6211. 17918/27 Efficiency - no bills - no pets. $ 175. Call 823-8961. 180t7/31 Toi Rem: Condo. 1 Bdrm.. 1 Bath. w/d. microwave. Inis route. (214)495-2123. 179tS/15 Sell or lease condo in Woodstock. 2 Bdrm., furnished, bus route, pool. $450./mo. (713)376-7115. 182t8/12 for snie I I PC Portable Monochrome (color-odopter) 3-D- Craphic 236K Dos. Multiplan Basic, S785. 696-6603. 18117/31 TRS-80 Model 4. 2 Disk Di ive. with printen & Modem. Call 268-4015. 177t7/29 S€RVIC€S ON THE DOUBLE All kinds of typing at reasonable rates. Dis sertations. theses, term papers, resumes. Typing and copying at one stop. On The Double 331 University Dr. 846-3755 iset Position available in Montessori pre-sc hool for elemen tal v. F.CE. oi Montessori cvi tilled teacher. Call 779- 0290. I77t7/29 Part Time: Appl\’ at Piper’s Gulf Service Station, Texas Avenue at l 1 niversrty Drive. 182t8/7 UIRNT€D CASH for gold, silver, old coins, diamonds Full Jewelry Repair Large Stock of Diamonds Gold Chains TEXAS COIN EXCHANGE 404 University Dr. 846-8916 3202-A Texas Ave. (across from El Chico, Bryan) 779-7662 156 Wind I’liKfssing: Pi <>|><isals. disst'i lalions. theses. tiiHiuisci ipts lepoits. newslettei s. lenn papeis. re sumes, leltei s. 7(54-15(51 4. 179(8/(5 WORD PROCESSING. All kinds. Experienced. De pendable. Reasonable Rates. AUTOMATED CLERI CAL SERVICES. 693-1070. 168(7/31 IN THE Expel 1 Tvping. Wind Pi East. PERU ( 1 PRINT 1 essing. Resumes. Aeiuraie. 2-1430. I ;.9(8/27 TVP1.NC: Aeeurate 6; Fast weekends. 776-4013. ill alter 1 (HI. anvtime I72(.V2 Page 4/The Battalion/Tuesday, July 29, 1986 What’s up Tuesday MSC CAMERA COMMITTEE: please bring Fujichrome contest entries to the box in the SPO by 5 p.m. Wednesday. For more information call Mike 696-5557. KANM RADIO: KAN’M 99.9 FM Cable has repaired its tech nical problems and is broadcasting again. Program guides are available at several local businesses. For more informa tion call Georgette, 693-0513. STUDENT GOVERNMENT: applications for External Com munications and Public Relations will be available through the summer months. Please come by 221 Pavilion from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to pick up applications. For more informa tion call 845-3051. COMMODORE BRAZOS USERS’ GROUP: anyone inter ested in free tutorial on Commodore 64 or 128 systems can call David Cruben at 845-8889. Wednesday TAMU SAILING CLUB: will meet at 7 p.m. in 302 Rudder. For more information call Tim, 696-8542. GREAT COMMISSION STUDENTS: formerly A&M Chris tian Fellowship, will present “When You Look in the Mir ror, Do You Like What You See?” at 7:30 p.m. in 102 Blocker. Thursday CAESAREAN PREVENTION MOVEMENT/VAGINAL BIRTH AFTER CAESAREAN: CPM/VBAC is an interna tional support network for women healing from past births and those preparing for future births that meets the last Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. at 4109 Brompton Court in Bryan, f or more information call 693-4953 or 776-5657. Items for What’s Up should be submitted to The Battalion, 216 Reed McDonald, no less than three days prior to de sired publication date. Man gets death penalty for kidnapping, murder ANAHUAC (AP) — A 32-year- old Winnie man was assessed the death penalty Monday for kidnap ping and murdering a High Island tavern owner last October. A jury in State District Judge Car- roll Wilborn’s court took five hours and 10 minutes before deciding that Johnny James should die by injec tion, said Beckie Church, secretary for the Chambers County district at torney’s office. Jurors had a choice between the death penalty and life in prison. Testimony in the punishment phase began Wednesday and ended Friday. Jurors needed only 37 minutes Wednesday to convict James, a dump truck driver, in the Oct. 22 kidnapping and murdering of 47- year-old Barbara Harrington May- field. He also is charged with robbing, kidnapping, raping and shooting a 24-year-old Winnie convenience store clerk. Defense attorney Ron Marsh had contended alcohol was a major fac tor in James’ behavior. Some of the defendant’s relatives testified Friday in his behalf. District Attorney Michael R. Little argued that James was a continuing threat to society. Dr. James Grigson testified for the prosecution that James has a type of personality marked by “no regard for other people’s lives.” Just say no Anti-drug campaign to hit Texas AUSTIN (AP) — Texas first lady Linda Gale White, joined by child television performer Cherie John son, announced Monday that the na tional “Just Say No” anti-drug cam paign will open in Texas with a Capitol rally on Sept. 20. “As a former teacher, I realize that our young people are faced with peer pressure,” White told a news conference. “That pressure can lead them to experiment with drugs to es cape their personal problems and also their problems at home and at school. “But I also know how such pres sure can be counteracted with the positive peer pressure to succeed. On the athletic fields, in the class rooms, during final exams or other stressful times, our young students should be encouraged to just say ‘No,’ ” she said. “Just Say No” was started in Oak land, Calif., in January 1985, and national executive director Tom Ad ams said there are now almost 10,000 clubs of children ages 7 to 12 who are committed to not using drugs. “There is no social movement in this country that’s ever swept it as quickly and as brilliantly as this has, and largely it’s because the kids want it — they need it — and there are sensitive and there are strong adults who want to help them to do it,” Ad ams said. Adams said he thought the Sep tember rally and march to Audito rium Shores on Town Lake would give children in the program en couragement. In October, he said, schools and communities will be asked to declare themselves “Just Say No” schools and communities. Scrolls signed by students will be delivered to the White House, he said. Bobby Heard, a recent graduate of Round Rock High School and a member of two statewide anti-drug councils, told the news conference, “By saying no to drugs, we’re saying yes to so much more.” He said, “The real significance is the seed that is planted for a whole new generation of drug-free youths.” Cherie, who has appeared on the TV show “Punky Brewster” for the past two years, gave White a “Just Say No” T-shirt. Cherie was described by Adams as “wonderful role model for young people.” Ross Newby, executive director of the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, said, “I think any reasoning person knows that in America today we are at an epidemic stage of all kinds of drug abuse, and I certainly include alcohol ... it is a horrible, horrible problem.” Dedicated fans find ‘Dallas’ filming sites WYLIE (AP) — While most tele vision viewers are waiting to see how Bobby Ewing returns to “Dallas,” a few die-hard fans may find out sooner. Jean Graham, Carol Ireland and a few others dig out their binoculars around the parking lot of Steaks Over Texas as technicians and crew members prepare for filming. “Where’s Larry Hagman and Pat rick Duffy?” Graham asks as she scans the crowd with specs, looking for stars of the blockbuster series. Neither Hagman nor Duffy, the show’s two principal stars, showed up and none of the action or dia logue reveals anything about Bobby Ewing or the story line. The women stayed anyway. Shooting locations like this one along State Highway 78 northeast of Garland are top secret. So where did these women come from? “A woman I go to church with knows someone who works for the City of Wylie, and I guess the film company has to file with the city where it is going to shoot,” Graham says. A few hours later and a short dis tance down the road, the process re peats itself, this time at the Rushin Lumber Co. Bonnie Rushin and her son, Kevin, watch the crew arrive and begin setting up. “I’m looking at all the good- looking girls because that’s who my son is looking at,” Ms. Rushin says. “I ought to be checking out the good-looking men.” SCHULMAN THEATRES : 2.50 ADMISSION 1. Any Show Before 3PM 2. Tuesday - All Seats 3. Mon-Wed - Local Students With Current ID’s. -DENOTES DOLBY STEREO PLAZA 3 226 Southwest Pkwy 693-2457 * KARATE KID II ra 2:10 7:15 4:50 t:35 *T0P BUN p« 2:45 7:25 5:00 0:45 "RUTHLESS PEOPLES 2:50 7:35 5:05 S:S0 MANOR EAST 3 Manor East Mall 823-8300 "BACK TO SCHOOL rt-ii 2:30 7:25 4:50 0:45 HEARTBURN s 2:40 7:20 5:00 0:40 THE GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE a 2:10 7:15 3:50 5:30 0:00 SCHULMAN 6 2002 E. 29th 775-2463 CLUB PARADISE ra-is 2:40 7:30 5:00 0:55 UNDER THE CHERRY MOON pa-is 2.20 7:25 4:40 0:50 "MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE a 2:30 7:35 4:50 0:55 $ DOLLAR DAYS $ * Schulman Theatres & KKYS 105 proudly announce the beginning of "Dollar Days Each week we will offer movies for admission of just $1.00. All movies will be shown at Schul man 6 Theatres. This week we are showing the following: E. T. pa 2:25 7:10 4:45 0:35 BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA p«-ii 2:30 7:20 4:55 5:45 "RUNNING SCARED a 2:15 7:11 4:45 5:40 Aliens (R) 1:00 4:00 7:00 9:55 Haunted Honeymoon (PG-13) 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:30 9:30 Out of Bounds (R) 1:45 3:45 5:45 7:45 9:45 11 “imt ■ilc gi. - 1 11 S 1 '" ■on ■cm As' add' i 1 Post Oak III Post Oak Mall 764-0616 Ferris Bueller (PG13) 1:00 3:10 5:20 7:40 9:50 Legal Eagles (PG)CE^i~ 12:30 2:45 5:05 7:30 9:55 About Last Night (R) 2:00 4:30 7:00 9:30 I L Id i inti “Ih [ THE BAIT DOES IT I DAILY p jil.n I is si J ^ F'l 700 University Dr. E. (next to 24 Hr. Gyms of Texas) DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASS August 1,2 and August 8,9 Register at University Plus (MSC Basement) j Cali 845-1631 for more information on these or other classes UNIVERSAL GROCERY & SNACKBAR CHINESE LUNCH SPECIAL $2°° i -Eggrolls & Wontons- ^ Imported Oriental Groceries-Exotic Foods All within walking distance of Campus / Across from Blocker Bldg. & St. Mary Center n 110 Nagle -C.S 846-1210 T Bryan Summer Student Goif Special Course $ 5 00 weekdays with ID & coupon expires 8/16/86 All You Can Play Special $12 50 All the golf you can play with carton availability. All day weekdays, week ends after 1 p.m. expires 8/16/86 206 W. Villa Maria 823-0126 manageed by The Battalion SPREADING THE NEWS Since 1078 Classified 845-2611