The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 08, 1987, Image 8

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★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ Battalion Classifieds rage a/1 he tsaualion/hnday, May 8, 1987 • MOTICE AUGUST GRADUATES RACE OVER TO THE STUDENT FINANCE CENTER ORDER YOUR GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS DURING DEAD WEEK LAST DAY JUNE 11 217MSC MONDAY - FRIDAY SAM - 4PM 14515/ Fever Blister Study If you have at least 2 fever blisters a year and would be interested in trying a new medication, call for information regarding study. Compensation for volunteers. G&S Studies, Inc. 846-5933 insta/ai • FOR RENT 1*5 °/o* I COUPON INCOME PAID QUARTERLY IN U.S. DOLLARS J.R MORGAN & CO. FLOATING RATE AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR NOTES AAA by Moody’s and S&P The Jameson Group. Inc. CALL TODAY FOR ALL THE FACTS 1-800-USA-2580 - Ext. E-36 Member NASD and SIPC 2 Bdrm Apartment in modern 4-plex in Bryan near shuttle, 1.7 miles from campus. Dishwasher, disposal, w/d conn., trees. $200./mo. June & July. $265./mo. beginning August 1. 822-2892, 693-7761. 13 9,5/8 Special! Cotton Village Apts., Snook, Tx. 1 Bdrm.: $150. /2 Bdrm.: $175. Call 846-8878 or 774-0773 after 5 p.m. TAHOE APARTMENTS 3535 Plainsman Lane, Bryan, Texas. 846-1771. WE LOVE AGGIE STU DENTS. 139t7/16 Large one bedroom, furnished apartment. Close to campus. 846-3050. Hurry only one left! $225. plus util ity plan. 84tfn 1-2 bdrm apts. $175. and up. Lease length negotiable. 693-0122. 148t5/13 Liberal males/females share with same. Victorian His toric House, 20 minutes from College Station. Maid service, kitchen, and house privileges, fully furnished, utilities paid. Available August 1987, $300./mo. Con tact Billy Mack, 6501 Royal Lane, Dallas, T exas 75230. 147t5/8 ♦ FOR RENT Rooms for rent $175 plus bills, washer 8c dryer. 693- 0939. 138t5/8 ATTENTION AGGIES! Great rates for Summer Leases & storage Fantastic rates for Fall & Spring se*- xers 2 bur..., testers. —' on shuttle bus, vauixeu js w/ceiling fans Avail. University Hills Apts 1007-D Spring Loop 846-2676 Prof, managed by Stapleton Inter ests, Inc. 14716/3 2 Bdrm, s Bath house w/wd, close to campus, all the luxuries of home. $300./mo. 764-8024. 149t5/l 3 Preleasing Now! 2 & 3 bdrm duplexes near the Hilton 846-24 71.776-6856. 83tufn Luxury 2 Bdrm, 1 ] /2 Bath, washer 8c dryer, water paid, near campus. $275./$325. 696-0632, 693-0551. 132(5/8 1 8c 2 bdrm. apt. A/C 8c Heat. Wall to Wall carpet. 512 & 515 Northgate / First St. 409-825-2761. No Pets. 140tfn THE GOLDEN RULE Summer and/or Fall/Spring Openings for Men and Women, Chris- tian-like, non-smoking Telephones in, Deluxe Apts UTILITIES AND CABLE PAID Free Laundry, storage, Bus CALL/ASK: 693-5560 TODAY! $150./mo. Share B/B, $250./mo. Own B/B SUMMER SPECIAL: $240 • FOR LEASE Efficiency Apartment. Biking distance - campus. Next to Thomas Park (swim ming, jog, basketball). Bedroom, living room, efficiency kitchen. $195. including bills. Male only Call after 6:00pm. 693-4485 14315/13 HELP! Tenants Needed! 2 1 / 2 blocks from campus 1 & 2 Bdrm efficiencies Cheap Rent! 260-9637 • LOST AND FOUND I borrowed your calculator in Blocker last month and need to give in back. Call 693-8647 Britt. 151t5/13 • ROOMMATE WANTED Wanted Female to share 2 bdrm. 1 W bath, 4plex in SW Valley. Rent $73. + 1/3 bills. 693-1098. 15U5/8 Need Summer lease only? Call us. T wo bedroom, some bills paid, $195-$205. 779-0480. 696-2038. 148t6/12 Summer 2 bdrm, 2 bath, no deposits. $150. + 1/3 bills. Cara 693-8987 or T erri 696-9553. 15115/13 House: $375. 2 bdrm, fenced, alone, appliances, near T AMU, 693-5286, 764-7363. 15U5/13 1981 Yamaha Special, excellent shape, $900. negotia- ' ‘ “ " 147t5/8 ble. 696-6348 after 5pm. LEASING NOW FOR SUMMER! ALL BILLS PAID! As Low As $225 •Extra Large Pool •Tennis Court •Sauna •Balconies & Patios •All Electric Kitchen •Individual A/C & Heat •On Ground Mgmt. & Security •24 Hr. Emergency Maintenance •Ceiling Fans Open Daily Mon-Fri 9-5 Open Sat. 10-5 Sun. 1-5 Wm. J. Garrett ‘47 Where one check pays all! 1601 Hoileman College Station, Texas 409/693-6716 • ROOMMATE WANTED One room walk to campus. $90./mo. + Vi utilities. Billy 846-4247. • 142t5/8 • WANTED Wanted Patients with acute diarrhea to participate in a 2 day “at home study” no blood collection involved. $50 incentive for those cho sen to participate. Call Pauli Research Interna tional 776-6236. 144tfn HELP WANTED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR YOAKUM, TEXAS Energetic, creative individual needed to direct the economic development efforts in this community of approxi mately 6,500 population. This is an ex cellent career move for someone inter ested in the growing field of economic development. Salary negotiable DOQ (presently $20K). Contact Mark Stubbs, City Manager, P.O. Drawer 738, Yoakum, Texas 77995. (512) 293-5481. Application deadline is May 15,1987. 14815/8 COUNSELORS - ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT CAMPS seeks qual ified counselors for 75 residential chil dren’s private camps July and August. Contact: Association of Independent Camps (A&M) 43 West 23rd Street - Sixth Floor New York, N.Y. 10010 (212)645-6620 147tR/B SUMMER JOB BABYSITTING MORNINGS for 1-year old and 3-year old. Must have own car. $3./hr. 846-3484 Wanted Boys To Work On Summer Grain Harvest. 817-471-5642 or 817-471 -5794. 15116/3 Part time ni^ht auditor. Apply at 901 E. University Drive. Experience required. Apply Mon-Fri. 8-5l49t5/8 ♦ FOR SALE Spacious 2 bedroom, 1 bath, duplex for summer or fall. Call 764-6892. 150t5/13 Must sublease efficiency apartment at Plantation Oaks. Free shuttle bus, security, 24hr maintenance .excellent management, $125 + util. Call office and ask for apt 455.693-110. 150t5/8 One block from campus. Special one time offer. One bdrm $145./mo. Two bdrm $195./mo. Going fast. Call 822-2188. 150t5/27 ^ti^Htiqu 63 ■/i/S s. Bryan Bryan, Texas !S% NIVERSARY ALE <j{(ay 5 ^une 6 C* EXCEPT ITEMS RLREPOY SPUE PRICEOl) 15015/18 2 bdrm, iVi bath, $147.50/mo. plus utilities. $100. of $200. deposit. Call Ed 260-7005. 15K5/13 YAMAHA 400 Special ‘81. $560. or Best Offer. Call 696-7186 ask for Doug. 15U5/13 Cheap auto parts, used. Pic-A-Part, Inc. 78 and older. 3505 Old Kurten Road, Bryan. 102tfn Moving? Save money. Do it yourself with a 16’ covered trailer. 774-1162 evenings, weekends. 149(5/13 1979 MOPED HONDA EXPRESS FOR SALE $85. CALL 260-1792. 149l5/13 Scuba camera Nikonis with lenses, flash and carrying case. 846-3404. 149t5/13 1983 TOYOTA CELICA-GTS FULLY LOADED, EX CELLENT CONDFFION. CALL TOM 696-2258 14915/8 Chinon sound movie camera and projector. 846-3404. 149t5/13 Darkroom, All or Part, Enlargers, Misc., Supplies, B 8c W, Color. MAKE OFFER 775-2984. 149t5/20 BARGAIN! 2 fourplexes $80,000. for both. Close to TAMU, large yard. Call 764-9162. 149(5/8 GRADUATING! Honda Elite Scooter 125CC, trunk, windshield. Barnett Commando crossbow w/scope. Call Roger 696-7509. 149t5/8 Registered yellow Labrador Retreiver puppies, wormed, shots, beautiful animals. 846-6743. 146t5/6 AFFORDABLE 1BM-PC/XT COMPATIBLES $539. INCLUDES 256KBRAM, 1-360KB DRIVE, KEY BOARD. MONITOR. 640KBRAM, 2-360KB DRIVES. 8MHZ TURBO, KEYBOARD, MONITOR: $669. 20MB DRIVE: $359. 1200BAUD MODEM: $109. CITIZEN 120D PRINTER: $199. COMPUT ERS, ETC. 693-7599. 138t4/27 • SERVICES Aggies! You can help the poor and get A Tax Write-off. Grace Chapel, a local church will pick up your unwanted clothes, fur nishings and appliances. Call Dan Bernard 823-0119. 14915/6 Reasonable, Fast, Accurate Typing Services. Call Pat 822-0235 Weekends/ After 5:30 Weekdays. 136t5/15 TYPING/WORD PROCESSING. East, Accurate, Guaranteed. Papers, Dissertations. Diana. 764-2772. 14H5/8 WORD PROCESSING: Dissertations, theses, manu scripts, reports, term papers, resumes. 764-6614. 137t5/8 Moving? We can HELP movin'on. 846-MOVE (6683). 146t5/27 • SERVICES Female roommate wanted for summer to share 2 bdrm, 1 bath, studio apartment. $ 137.50/mo + bills. Call Lisa 696-3010. 147t5/8 MANUSCRIPT TYPIST TECH & SCI EXP FROM $ 1/PAGE. 846-3046. 146t5/7 Election winners pledge to enforq laws for apartheii T YPING BY WANDA. Any kind, any length. Rea sonable rates. 690-1113. 146t6/3 JULY RENT FREE! Female, 2 Bdrm, 1 Bath, four- plex. $ 137.50/mo. + utilities. Summer Session Only! Non-smoker, no pets. Call 764-1748 after 5pm. 149t5/13 Versatile Word Processing. Term Papers, Reports. Thesis, Resumes, Dissertations, Graphics. LASERW RITER QUALITY. Best Prices. Call 696-2052. 83t5/8 Female Non-smoker, cleanliness a must. $ 158.33/mo. + l/3bills. $25. 846-6240 after 4:30. 149t5/8 TYPING AND WORD PROCESSING. FAST, REA SONABLE. QUICK TURNAROUND AVAILABLE. 693-1598. 13115/8 House near campus $150. All bills paid. Non-smoker, male. 696-3884. 149t5/20 TYPING AND WORD PROCESSING. ALL KINDS. 12 YEARS EXPERIENCE. 764-2931. 140t5/8 Roommate needed for summer $100. a month. All bills paid. 764-8024. 149t5/13 Defensive Driving, Ticket Dismissal, Dates, Times, You'll Have Funlll 693-1322. 9U5/8 Ready Resumes $18. info taken by phone. 693-2128. 132t5/8 JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) — The rightward swing by South Africa’s white voters alarmed black leaders and left liberals in dis array Thursday, while exuberant far-right victors pledged to seek tougher enforcement of apartheid laws. “We have entered the dark ages of the history of our country,” said An glican Archbiship Desmond Tutu, reflecting the flistress of many blacks at the results of Wednesday’s elec tion. mb B. J.'s Bunch 1103 Anderson #102 (at Hoileman) College Station. Texas 77840 NEW RESALE SHOP IN COLLEGE STATIONI TOYS-LEGO BUN DING DISPLAY BOOKS* MAGAZINES HOUSEHOLD TIMES-GLASS LINEN-CRAFTS * DECORATIVE ITEMS COPIES .05* Mon.-Sat. 10-8 409/693-1887 NEED MONEY??? Sell your BOOKS ' at v< University Book Stores Northgate & Culpepper Plaza Tutu predicted intensified pro tests by the voteless black majority and “an escalation of oppression” by officials from President P.W. Botha’s National Patty, which strengthened its hold on Parliament. The far-right Conservative Party won 22 seats and 2b percent of the votes, replacing the liberal Progres sive Federal Party as the country’s main opposition party. The National Party, in power since 19-t8, won 123 of the 166 elected seats in the Parliament’s dominant white chamber. The Progressive Federal Party was the main force in an informal liberal alliance which campaigned to abolish racially discriminatory laws and negotiate power-sharing with blacks. In a crushing rebuff by vot ers, it lost seven of its 2b elected seats to the National Partv. Another mod erate member of the allian(:|iT New Republic Party, lost Inn five seats, and seven of - * pendents also lost. Progressive Federal Party i Colin Fglin, said, "We re-examine our role and funaij 1*101 s Futu urged the partv towii jos shori from Parliament, saying sucli.|oin the t< lion would underscore tht(Mias no tion of many blacks that thei roster, tin lot political rights will neven ffi lion. in the legislative body. Bap coi Fglin blamed the reform lenis, has poor showing on negative aims’AA/ mg by the National Partya«H\stros ased and servile' news coveijffil I hu the government-controlled will join African BroadcastingCorp. sure wire Alwyn Schlebuscn, the I the Asm: minister who oversees thebrcjKj hon mg company, said the Prog; .problem: lost because voters perceived|Hk r >-fa as being tolerant of black training, and unrest. with l he National Party won o/IB le ha cent of the vote, whiletheCc thf Astr< live Partv and another k'flpH'ove party, the Reformed NationallH together received 29 percen ;4| v °tes inr 1 he C onservanu ' h i;... regional chairman, Clive Dei wis, said his party will denis: the government enforce rack gation in housing and reimtii pass laws that restricted the; tion o! blacks tocities. tos spe PREGNANT? Consider all the alternatives FREE PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING SOUTHWEST MATERNITY CENTER (Established in 1895) 6487 Whitby Road, San Antonio, Texas 78240 (512) 696-2410 TOLL FREE 1-800-292-5103 <Y Courtyard Apts. eV Outstanding Values on 1 and 2 Bedroom Apts. Available! On Site Security Pool • Hot Tub • Tennis Court • Basketball • On Shuttle Bus Rt. • Laundry Facilities • Club House 600 University Oaks C.S. 696-3391 or 693-3789 Airline services face restrictions if Senate The ’ lelc De| da\ that acceptcc SUIllIlKT R ham solihall ; the A&l dieted Bach OKs no-growth budget^ 7-12, J Softball .My 2, U.S. WASHINGTON (AP) line service, ah each the target of complaints by passengers and Con gress over delays and safety inci dents, would have to he restricted if the no-growth budget the Senate ap proved for the Federal Aviation Ad ministration is enacted, the agency’s chief said Thursday. "I haven’t been able to figure out how we can operate,” FAA Adminis trator Donald 1). Fngen told the Senate transportation appropria tions subcommittee. he salt gOII)l> to I1UI .ngen) ystem." I he Senate ap, ledeial I > u 11 ” < i i.iiK I hurabB the HISS Iim.iI \ cai. ilia! w:: strict die I A A t<> about $2.MiI (|| mcnl Sen. A11 oi isc 1 )'Amalo, RA s C (<,n, l member of the subcommillce ((>n that with increasing numbenol travel delays and hazardous! dents, the FAA needs extra mot| “We will have a serious disruption to air commerce in 1988 with that budget level,” he said. Engen did not specify what type of restrictions might he necessary. But an FAA official who asked not to be identified said they could include a limit on the number of flights al lowed. “It could happen in a number of ways,” the official said. “You put a cap on the number of aircraft you would allow in the system. It’s a last resort and you hate to do that, but “We have to sec that ours priority is that safely is niainw he said. Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-Sl chairman of the panel, has dia the agency for not doing a a enough job of watching the naw skies, but was sympathetic toitst plaints that it needs moremonei “I think you’re in the uneiic position of having to serve two:] ters . . . ,” he told Fngen. One, he said, is “the safetyai! liability of air service we havelo the American piublic and them (he Office of Managementandi get and its budgetary restraints Ajfoi ;• formal i Wi >men Rnllie \ tipn, Tt DUCATOR Buy Program Apple Computer, Inc. and ComputerLand of Brazos Valley have joined forces to make a special offer to all educators in K-12 and higher education. 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