The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, June 04, 1991, Image 4

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Page 4 The Battalion Tuesday, June 4,1991 (SALE • SALE • SALE • SALE • SALE • SALE • SALE • SALE CONTACT LENSES ONLY QUALITY NAME BRANDS (Bausch & Lomb, Ciba, Barnes-Hydrocurve) $ 69 00 Pair For Standard Clear or Tinted FLEXIBLE WEAR Soft Contact Lenses (Can be worn as daily or extended wear) ‘Eye exam not included Call 696-3754 for Appointment SALE ENDS JUNE 28, 1991 Charles C. Schroeppel, O.D., P.C. Doctor of Optometry 707 S. Texas Ave.-Suite 101D 1 Blk. South of Texas Ave. & University Dr. Intersection College Station, Texas 77840 SALE • SALE • SALE • SALE • SALE • SALE • SALE • SALE The Battalion Classified Ads Phone: 845-0569 / Office: English Annex Help Wanted I Wanted THE GREENERY Landscape maintenance team member is hiring full and part-time. Interview M-Th from 10 a.m.-11 a.m. 823-7551 1512 Cavitt, Bryan. Tx. THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE needs carrier for several off campus routes. $450-$700 per month. Require working early morning hours. Call James 693-7815 or Julian 693-2323 for an appointment. Optometrlc Assistant 8:45 a.m. -1 p.m. M-F Yearround. No experience necessary. Typing required. Call 696-3754 for interview. Graduate student couple to manage 40 unit apartment complex. Apartment plus salary. Resume to: 1300 Walton Drive, College Station, Texas 77840 . 846-9196. GOLF INSTRUCTOR. Golf instructor, familiarwith Coach Ellis teaching technique, to give weekly lessons to two high school age golfers. Call Loretta 776-0400. TENNIS INSTRUCTOR. Tennis instructor wanted togive two (one hour) lessons per week. Call Loretta 776-0400. EXCITING JOBS - CRUISE SHIPS HIRINGI Info (800) 553-0341, ext. C 1724 MON -SAT. 3 ainting, hourly, $4.25, times flexible. 693-5286. LAW ENFORCMENT JOBS. $17,542 - $86,682/yr. Po- ice. Sheriff, State Patrol, Correctional Officers. For info call (1)805-962-8000 Ext. K-9531. Management trainees needed. Call 693-2539. Office workers needed full-time or part-time. Summer obs available. 693-0345. SUMMER WORK, $9.90 TO START. INTERNATIONAL FIRM FILLING FULL AND PART-TIME OPENINGS. CONTACT THE PERSONNEL OFFICE NEAREST TO YOUR SUMMER RESIDENCE. SOUTHWEST ZONE PERSONNEL OFFICES: AUSTIN...512-458-9675, DAL LAS...214-991-8920, FT. WORTH...817-377-2533, HOUSTON..713-977-1535, LONGVIEW...903-759-5533, LUBBOCK...806-795-9490, MIDLAND...915-694-3188, N. HOUSTON...713-440-8000, OKLAHOMA CITY... 405- 848-8721, PLANO...214-422-0016, SAN ANTONIO.,.512- 366-1885, TULSA...918-664-4118, WAC0...817-776- 3307. INTELLIGENCE JOBS. All branches. US Customs, DEA etc. Now hiring. Call (1)805-962-8000, ext. K-9531. Super Cuts now hiring full or part-time stylist 696-1155. Healthy males wanted as semen donors. Help infertile couples. Confidentiality ensured. Ethnic diversity desir able. Ages 18-35, excellent compensation. Contact Fairfax Cryobank, 1121 Briarcrest Suite 101, 776-4453. Services PIANO LESSONS 822-2242 (MR. RUTHERFORD) Professional Word Processing Laser printing for Resumes, Reports, Letters and Envelopes. Typist available 7 days a week ON THE DOUBLE 113 COLLEGE MAIN 846-3755 Professional typing, word proc essing, resume writing and editing services are available at Notes-n-Quotes call 846-2255 A + VCR REPAIRS AND CLEANING. All models, local pickup and delivery, 10% discount for students. 693- 8694. Defensive driving classes, ticket dismissal, insurance discount. AAA, 909 S.W. Parkway, 693-1322. Patients needed with acute (recent) onset of back pain to participate in research study with known muscle relaxant. Eligible volunteers I will be compensated. G&S Studies, Inc. 846-5933 For Sale CONTACT LENSES FOR LESS! , All Brands'Lovvest Cp.^t For Free Brochure and Orders Call 1-800-395-9740 FAX 206-362-2852 Moped $500 1987 Riva Jog, SOcc. Basket, trunk. Mandy 845-7809, Combination chest ot 6 drawers, dressing table $90. Decorator 9 ft. sofa good condition, $150.00. Lamps, tables, other items 779-7149. 1986 6SXR 750 Suzuki. Excellent conditions. Call Adrian 764-3068, leave message. Roommate Wanted House near campus. Male, non-smoker. All bills paid, $190/mth„ 696-3884. Female roommate wanted to share furnished house for summer, 693-5948, 713-438-5325. Female roommate needed for summer/fall 3b/2,1/2ba house, garage, WD, utilities paid etc. Call Kim Holland 693-0945. ^ . .m THIS RECENTLY REDUCED three bedroom, 11/2 bath home is only one block from A&M. Perfect for students or faculty. Priced in the upper $40’s. Call Greg Galliher at RE/MAX B-CS Realty 268-7629, 823-4377. COTTON VILLAGE APTS Ltd. Snook, TX Ibdrm $200 2 Bdrm $248 Rental Assistance Available Call 846-8878 or 774-0773 after 5 p.m. Equal Opportunity Housing/Handicapped Accessible Northgate One-2 bedroom apartment, $200-$320. Two bedroom houses, 846-8432; 696-5800. 1 bedroom efficiency apartment available. Best floor plan In town. Pod, shuttle, private patios, W/D connection, low utilities. Wyndham Management, 846-4384. A 2B/1,1/2Balh, luxury tour-plex. Near A&M, W/D, shuttle bus $395, 693-0551, 764-8051. Personals TALK LINE Beautiful women wanting to talk to you! 1-900-329-0005 $2.49/min. 10 min. minimum SOFT AS COTTON Talk Live 2.50/min., 10 min/minimum 1-900-454-9995 A DATE TONIGHTI Hear talking personals from local singles waiting to meet you (names & phone numbers included). 1-900-346-3377 $1.95 1st minute. Walsh's latest project makes legendary guitarist into 'Ordinary Average Guy' By Timm Doolen Joe Walsh Ordinary Average Guy Pyramid Records Joe Walsh is not your average Joe, but on his latest album. Ordi nary Average Guy, he doesn't do much to persuade us that his new material is far above average. With his first album in six years, Walsh blends his off- b e a t brand of humor and gui- tar-ori- e n t e d rock to make a unique musical message. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. The title cut, which has received a fair amount of radio airplay, is probably the best song on the al bum. There are a few other fairly good songs,but the album is not as solid as 1973's The Smoker You Drink The Player You Get or the later But Seriously, Folks. But the album has its moments, and in my opinion is better than his last album, 1985's The Confes sor. "All of a Sudden" is one of Walsh's better ballads, which has the sound of his '70s work. "Look at Us Now" is a different style for Walsh, with a prominent percus sion part that drives the song. And "School Days" is a nostalgic treat (along the same lines as Walsh's earlier "Indian Summer") with Walsh's long-time musical com panion Joe Vitale singing lead on the second half. If the remaining songs on the album were of the quality of those mentioned, it could have been a classic Walsh set. But a few of the songs just don't hold up. One song, "Alphabeti cal Order" is an attempt at being funny along with a hard musical edge that doesn't work in either respect. Af ter about the 30th abbreviation (FBI, If the remaining songs on the album were of the quality of those mentioned ("All of a Sudden," "Look at Us Now" and "School Days"), it could have been a classic Walsh set. But a few of the songs just don't hold up. CIA, etc.) it gets old, lyrically and musically. "The Gamma Goochee" is simi lar in that it consists mostly of plays on words, this time the subject be ing goofy dances, but the heavy beat keeps it listenable. Others are neither bad nor good, just unintersting, such as "You Might Need Somebody" and "Up All Night." My suggestion to the listener is to give this album a try if you like Joe Walsh's other stuff, but don't expect it to be another But Seri ously, Folks. My suggestion to the record companies is to release that wonderful album on compact disc so we Walsh fans can enjoy classics like "Life's Been Good" and "In dian Summer" with CD-quality sound. of College Station A LICENSEE OF GOLD'S GYM ENT. INC. • Individual Workout Programs To Help You Reach Your Goals • Aerobics • Free Weights • Lifecycles • Lifesteps • Liferower • Tanning •Whirlpool • Sauna • Icarian, Flex, Nautilus Machines • Pro Shop-Apparel, Supplements, Vitamins • Nutritionalysis Diet Counseling 764-8000 Join Before We Move and Take Advanage of the Old Gym Pricess! Hours: Our New Location Has: Ha, yfy. Rd - College Station (Behind Cavenders) New Address: 2408 A Texas Ave. College Station (Kroger Center) M-Th 6 am-12 pm More Workout Area Fri 6 am-10 pm More Aerobics Area Sat 10 am-8 pm More Equipment Sun 12 pm-8 pm More of Everything! . Old ■ Location Harvoy Rd. ’ AAfICRICAN TJ EXPRESS, B V" y<r \ (MasterCard! * » r*«r . J HHHHH S.W. Parkway Kroger Center I New Location George Bush Texas A&M University Dr. Encore movie channel opens across nation MIAMI (AP) — The Encore movie channel premiered in 46 states Monday with the "Posei don Adventure" as attorneys skirmished in Florida over a bil ling method that forces cable customers to act if they don't want the service. Storer TV of Florida blacked out its Encore broadcasts in three test markets following an injunc tion striking down its "negative- option" billing plan, but parent Tele-Communications Inc. went ahead with its debut date. Florida Attorney General Bob Butterworth won the court order Saturday after charging Storer would violate Florida's unfair trade law by forcing customers to cancel the channel after a free month to avoid an otherwise au tomatic monthly fee. Attorneys general in Texas, Iowa and Washington have fol lowed up with similar suits, and Butterworth's deputy Peter An- tonacci said Florida is discussing the case with officials in other states. The companies were active on two legal fronts Monday, with Miami-based Storer submitting a notice of appeal in West Palm Beach and Denver-based TCI su ing the state in Tallahassee to stop it from intervening. Attorney Terry Bienstock, rep resenting both TCI and the sub sidiary, claimed the state's en forcement violated Storer's First Amendment protections against prior restraint. Antonacci countered, "Every body's permitted to broadcast." He said the state attacked only the billing method and expressly said broadcast was not impeded. Raising the First Amendment issue was "an argument of con venience," Antonacci said. "It's a gouging question." "We plan to make it our task to see to it that negative options are not permitted to exist in Flor ida, at least in the form that they have done it in. I think the Book- of-the-Month Club is a fine way to conduct a commercial enter prise," he said. "You agree to a negative procedure in advance." 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