The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 17, 1987, Image 4

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Page 4/The Battalion/Friday, April 17, 1987 THERE’S A NEW FABRIC CARE ON HARVEY ROAD. TAKE THIS AD ALONG & WATCH IT STRETCH YOUR IVIONEV. WE’VE GOT: Convenience Full service for all your cleaning needs. 7-6 M-F, and 8-4 Sat. Location Post Oak Square close to Post Oak Mall. 1100 Harvey Road, Suite A Quality 91 Years of experience, with professional expertise in alterations and a multitude of services to make your life easier and your clothes nicer. Value Fabric Care Dry Cleaners, excellent prices with the care your clothes need. THE DEAL: The following specials, in celebration of our newest store, are good in all College Station Fabric Care Cleaners locations until the end of May: 1100 Harvey Road (Post Oak Square 1 ) 2418 S. Texas Ave. (Parkway Kroger Center') 505 University Drive (formerly College Station Cleaners) Men’s/Women’s jeans or pants $1.89 ea. Men’s shirts laundered for 79C ea. Men’s/Women’s two piece suit or plain dress (dry cleaned) $4.25 Three sweaters (dry cleaned) $4.89 Three pants, Men/Women’s (unlined, dry cleaned) ’Your Professional Launderer and Dry Cleaner' Bryan/College Station THE NEW LOCATION: 1100 Harvey Road, Suite A College Station 696-2366 268-BEST SHORT ON CASH??? Sell your books at University Book Stores Northgate & Culpepper Plaza 10 MHz MotherBoard,640K RAM 2 disk drives, monographic card printer interface, clock,game port, serial and parallel port, AT style keyboard, 1 year warranty For only $689.00 Call Micro Computer Services at 846-7274 (6-10 evenings) This system at this price Is only good until April 24. so buy now! NEED MONEY??? Sell your BOOKS at University Book Stores Northgate & Culpepper Plaza We Deliver 268-8888 Desktop Publishing —by the Hour Rent time on our Macintosh and LaserWriter system. kinko # s Great copies. Great people. 201 College Main 846-8721 EXPERIENCE THE EXCITEMENT OF OWNING YOUR OWN BASEBALL TEAM Thinking Man's Baseball, the sensational strategy baseball game, lets you and your friends draft teams of major league players. Your team's results are based on the actual performances of the players during the baseball season. Have fun pompeting with your friends in fraternities, clubs, or other school activities. During the season, you will receive the weekly standings of all teams in your league. You will also receive statistics and other information needed to make strategic decisions, such as when to acquire hot rookie prospects. Write now for our brochure so that you can soon be managing your dream team: The Thinking Man's Baseball Company P.O. Box 147 CMU-20 Pittsburgh, PA 15213 SCHULMAN THEATRE^ 2.50 ADMISSION 1. Any Show Before 3 PM 2. Tuesday - All Seats 3. Mon-Wed - Local Students With Current ID’s 4. Thur - KORA “Over 30 Nite” •DENOTES DOLBY STEREO PLAZA 3 B 226 Southwest Pkwy 693-2457 I RAISING ARIZONA pg-is sisl 1 "MANNEQUIN po Sill 1 "LETHAL WEAPON r IaI MANOR EAST 3 Manor East Mall 823-8300 •PLATOON R Silg ARIST0CATS g ails POLICE ACADEMY IV pg £18 SCHULMAN 6 2002 E. 29th 775-2463 ANGEL HEART r £IS SOME KIND OF mo WONDERFUL PG13 955 $ DOLLAR DAYS $ This Week's Features Are: CRITICAL CONOIHONr *CR0C00ILE DUNDEE pg-is Sias NIGHTMARE ON R 730 ELM STREET III 9 40 BURG r gH WW 11Wl I 9 Ult# Friday MANAGEMENT 481: Thomas O’Dwyer of Ling-Oliver-O’D- wyer Electric will speak at 10 a.m. in 114 Blocker. LATTER DAY SAINT STUDENT ASSOCIATION: Gordon Wright will speak at noon at the LDS Institute on 100 E. Dexter. CAMPUS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST: will meet at 7 p.m. in 108 HECC. CHI ALPHA CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP: will meet at 7 p.m. in 156 Blocker. UNITED CAMPUS MINISTRY: will meet for a peanut-but ter fellowship at 11:30 a.m. at Rudder Fountain and Bible study at 6:30 p.m. at A&M Presbyterian Church. COMMODORE SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP: will meet at 8:15 p.m. in 105 Horticulture Forestry Sciences. AFRICAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION: will meet at 7 p.m. in 402 Rudder. MARRIED STUDENT APARTMENT COUNCIL: will meet at 7 p.m. in the council room next to the garage. STUDY ABROAD OFFICE: will conduct an informational seminar on studying in Britain at 10 a.m. in 251 Bizzell West. TAMU BADMINTON CLUB: will meet at 7 p.m. in 351 G. Rollie White. CENTER FOR RETAILING STUDIES: applications for se nior positions are available in the CRS office through to day. CHANCELLOR’S STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD: appli cations are available in the office of the Vice President for Student Services, office of Student Affairs, Student Activ ities office, Corps Commander’s office, MSC Director’s of fice and Student Government office. Applications are due at 5 p.m. today in 110 YMGA Building. MSC SCONA: applications for committee member positions are available in 216E MSC. Applications are due at 5 p.m. today. Saturday ECONOMICS SOCIETY: will meet for a picnic and softball at 10 a.m. at Bryan Utilities Lake Park. AFRICAN CARIBBEAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION: will meet at 9 p.m. in the Casa Del Sol clubroom. Monday DEPARTMENT OF MODERN LANGUAGES: Joseph Pa- ben will speak on “The Humanist and Computing” at 4 p.m. in 301 Rudder. AMERICAN AGRONOMY SOCIETY: will elect Fall ’87 offi cers at 7:15 p.m. in 103 Soil and Crop Sciences. HONORS STUDENT COUNCIL: will elect officers for 1987-88 at 7 p.m. in 501 Rudder. AGGIE LEAGUE OF ENGINEERS: will elect officers at 8:30 p.m. in 104B Zachry. PHI THETA KAPPA: will meet at 7 p.m. in 212 Pavilion. TAU BETA PI: electees will meet at 6p.m. for initiation, fol lowed by a meeting for actives at 6:30 p.m. in 102 Zachry. ATHEISTS, AGNOSTICS AND FREETHINKERS SO CIETY: will meet at 7 p.m. in 305A-B Rudder. BATTALION STAFF: applications for fall and summer staff positions are available and open to all students in The Bat talion office, 216 Reed McDonald, through April 24. Items for What’s Up should be submitted to The Battalion, 216 Reed McDonald, no less than three working days be fore desired publication date. Clements plans no-new-taxes tour for 17 Texas cities AUSTIN (AP) — Gov. Bill Clem ents on Thursday announced a no- new-taxes tour in which he will bring his austerity message to 17 cities in the coming weeks. The announcement came several hours after the House Appropria tions Committee wrapped up a mar athon session that ended at 3 a.m. and produced tentative committee approval of a 1988-89 state budget that would be about $38.4 billion. Clements has vowed to veto any budget that tops $36.9 billion. The Senate on Wednesday ap proved a $39.9 billion spending plan. The House probably will work on its budget bill during the week of April 26, Speaker Gib Lewis said. A House-Senate conference com mittee then would work out differ ences between the two bills. The whole effort could prove moot if it produces a spending package above Clements’ limit. “The people of Texas do not want higher taxes, period,” Clements said. “So I’m going out on the road, and I’m going to preach the gospel that we’re going to live within our means and there are not going to be any new taxes.” Clements supports the continuation of the temporary sales and motor fuels tax increases now in effect. That plan, which would raise $2.9 billion in 1988-89, has won House approval. The Senate has not acted. Lewis said no one wants to raise taxes,but it might become necessary. “There’s nothing inevitable,” he said. “But certainly if we are going to maintain current services, and some times below current services, ... I don’t see any way we can get through here without some type of revenue enhancement or tax in crease.” He said efforts would be made to cut the spending bill endorsed by the appropriations panel. House Appropriations Chairman Jim Rudd, D-Brownfield, said the bottom line of his committee’s bill probably would hold up on the floor “unless someone made a convincing argument to cut public education in a big, dramatic way.” In approving its bill, RudH’s com mittee rejected Clements’ call for cuts in vocational education, teacher career ladder programs and kinder garten programs. The governor remains confident his proposals are not dead. “Everybody’s having a little tussle right now with the numbers, and they probably need to go home and talk to some of their constituents and meet with some of the service clubs and chambers of commerce and dis cuss with them a $3 million or $4 million or $5 million dollar tax in crease and see how their home folks like that,” Clements said. He said that is exactly what lie will be talking about on the tour, which begins with stops in Laredo and Harlingen on Monday and College Station and Waco on Tuesday. POPCORN NOW AVAILABLE AT THE MSC SWEET SHOP 3737 East 29th Street Bryan, Tx 268-4001 GIVE A 'TASTEFUL GIFT EASTER APRIL 19th 3737 East 29th Street Bryan, Tx 268-4001 Skai^s Shopping Center Caster Buffet 5-9 pm 268-Best Delivery 268-8888 ▼ r erformance “Is our Business” We believe in Performance: In Your Car or Truck For any Repair-Import or Domestic Bryan Drive Train Secret of My Success PG-13 Sat & Sun 2:00 4:15 7:00 9:20 Post Oak Mall Room With A View Sat-Sun 2:10 4:20 7:10- 9:25 Post Oak Mall Project X [pg Sat & Sun 2:05 4:30 7:05 9:30 Post Oak Mall Campus Man: Sat & Sun 2:107:10 Cinema III Blind Date Sat & Sun 2:00 4:307:005!) Cinema III Three For The Road Sat & Sun 4:109:10 Cinema III Hoosiers Sat & Sun 2:05 4:207:' Cinema III laining vo will Not everyone can live at Plantation Oaks. The best apartment complex i» Aggieland is almost full for thelaf It’s easy to see why. Plantation Oak has six floorplans, two pools, tert courts, basketball courts, a volley!)!! court, men’s and women’s exercise rooms (each with a sauna) noutl 1 ' ty deposits plus gas and water ft Fall start at $250. Come by Plantation 6 Bypass [E PIJNTJTION 0U5 s Post Oak Mall £ 5 Teaas Ave petor a leyes’ a They Jith th such a n Since fhursd; have he | zures < 2,019 pc The S je past in San A to help a Dints i | horth of lid. PLANTATION A cloth B xas Ai ha sei •rwheh H Beck sorori tty drive. ollectii ich be _ ugh W ?!the f 0 , 'onald g distr Iftluthing . said ALBUM & CASSETTE COMPACT DISC $12.' Ntus/C £££m Hours: 725-B UNIVERSITY DRIVE -NewsluifHours 12-5 "Brhiml skages & Mcl3om,kl,'\ S»P