The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 17, 1992, Image 6

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Page 6 The Battalion Thursday, September 17,M; The Battalion Classified ads Phone: 845-0569 / Office: Room 015 (basement) Reed McDonald Building CO 'AGGIE' Private Party Want Ads Business Hours $10 for 20 words running 5 days, if your merchandise is priced $1000 or less (price must appear in ad). This rate applies only to non-commercial advertisers offering personal possesions for sale. Guaranteed results or you get an additional 5 days at no charge. If Item doesn't sell, advertiser must call before 11 a.m. on the day the ad is scheduled to end to qualify for the 5 additional insertions at no charge. No refunds will be made If your ad Is cancelled early. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday VISA accepted Help Wanted For Sale LIFE SCIENCE MAJORS RESEARCH Put your career on ^ The Leading Edge Of Pharmaceutical Research Pharmaceutical Research ranks as one of the top 25 career fields for the 90's INTERN POSITIONS VIP Research is currently seeking applications from senior and graduate level students for this challenging position. VIPR Inc. provides a flexible schedule and a dynamic environment that allows you to develop your maximum potential. 100% of the previous interns have taken positions with VIP Research, are attending professional school or secured positions in industry. To find out more about VIP Research and the intern program call or send resume for immediate consideration. Volunteers in Pharmaceutical Research, Inc. 2901 East 29th Street, Suite 117 Bryan, Texas 77802 (409) 776-1417 TENSION HEADACHE STUDY Subjects with a history of tension headaches needed to participate in a short research study with a single dose of a marketed medication. NO BLOOD W.QRK, Eligible volunteers will be compensated. G & S Studies, Inc. (close to campus) 846-5933 GREEKS & CLUBS RAISE A COOL •1000 IN JUST ONE WEEKI PLUS $1000 FOR THE MEMBER WHO CALLS! No obligation. No cost You also get a FREE HEADPHONE RADIO juat for calling 1-800-932-0528, Ext 65 WOW! RAISE $500-1000 ! IN JUSTONE WFFK» For your frat, sorority, club, etc. Assist Marketing Finn running fun event on campus for Fortune 500 Co*s, FREE HEADPHONE RADIO lust foe caHtoa 1-800-950-irotlxt.K I EARN CASH! $Vl0INlth AND UP Be a plasma donor! Safe and easy procedure provides guaranteed income. Join thousands of A&M students as regular donors. WESTGATE PLASMA CENTER 4223 Welborn Rd. 846-8855 EXCELLENT EXTRA INCOME NOWl ENVELOPE STUFFING - *SOO - *800 'vary weak Fra* Datalla: BASE to Intamatlonal Inc. 13B6 Conay laiand Ava. Brooklyn, Naw York 11230 Immediate Employment New Physical Therapy Clinic accepting limited part-time volunteers with possible future employment. Send re- sume picture to P.O. Box 3218 Bryan, Texas 77805. 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 Wanted Person with seat 10, row 25, sec. Q132 at the Tulsa game, please call Emmanuel (seat 8) at 764-8370. Need ride to Uvalde, San Antonio, or any point between. Leaving Thursday or Friday Will pay gas. Liz 764-8393. Services all subjects Order Catalog Today with VIsa/MC or COD 800-361-0222 In Calif. (213) 477-8226 Or, rush $2.00 to: Reiearch Information 11322 Idaho Ava. #206-A, Los Angeles, CA 90025 Typing, Editing, Reports, Resumes, $1.50/SS, $1.00/DS, Academic Editorial Services 693-5504. QUICK MOVING SERVICE FOR APARTMENTS AND DORMS. CALL FOR PRE-ESTIMATE 823-3935, 779- 2796. For microcomputer training, tutoring and assistance, call 846-0259. BIG SAVINGS! Endorsed by Dr. PAT ROBERTSON. APB Family Savings Network. Groceries to Ski-Condos. 764-8848 for Information. Typing on MAC Laser prints. 24 hours or less 696-3892. AAA DEFENSIVE DRIVING. Ticket dismissal, insurance discount. Mon-Tue (6-10 p.m.), W-Th. (6-10 p.m.), Fri. (6- 10 p.m.) - Sat. (8-12 noon), Sat.. (8-4:30 p.m.). Across the street from University Tower. Walk-Ins welcome. $20.00 per class. 411 Texas Ave. South. 693-1322. For Sale DIAMONDS FOR AGGIE RINGS Highest quality, lowest prices 776-3069 For personal appointment '86 Yamaha Riva Jog: good condition; low miles; one owner; 713-977-1998, 713-266-0808. Mary Kay products discounts available 779-1844. Womens senior boots size 8, excellent condition $300. 696-2216 ask for Pat. 1984 Honda Nighthawk 700S, 18,000 miles $1750 o.b.o. 696-4867. BUY THIS BIKE! 23" Fuji League, like new, maintained by professional mechanic. ONLY $250. Call Todd at 846- 9289. 1982 Yamaha Maxim 400, black, 13,000 miles, excellent condition $695. 764-8934. Washer an dryer $275. Dresser w/mlrror and night stand $175. Table and four cha'rs w/wheels $195. Call (409) 825-2489. Chevrolet Monte C£'1o 1973. Runs good. Needs brake work; $500 or best c Ter. Tom 847-3989. King size waterbed, excellent condition. Must sell. 90% wave-less mattress and cover, heater frame with shelf, headboard $200. Negotiable 823-0521. 1973 Suzuki GT 250 street bike, good condition, new tires 4,000 original miles, great transportation! $400o.b.o. Call Shane 696-6709. Three one-way tickets from College Station to New York forOct. 10th,$115perticket. Negotiable. Call696-4062. Men size 10 rollerblades/with knee pads $65; custom- made, cherrywood platform bed frame $50. New medium size weight lifting belt. $20 690—0882. Neutral colored, wood framed couch and chair, with match ing table and matching bar which includes stools all for only $225. Please call 764-7615. Waterbed-Queen solid oak mirrored headboard with liner, heater, full set of sheets, excellent condition. $200 O.B.O. 764-7134. COUCH: Sleeper rattan couch, good condition, navy & tan floral, $100 O.B.O. Call 693-9349. USED HOMES, NEW LISTINGS WEEKLY 2500 AND UP, THE GOOD. THE BAD AND THE UGLY 1-800-880- 2020. NEW 3 BR/2BTH. $195.03 PER MTH. Factory Special includes DELIVERY, SET UP A/C & fully carpeted com plete with drapes. SAVE THOUSANDS!! $19,000 10% DOWN 180 MOS, 10.25% 1-800-880-2020. Large 3BR/2BTH with garden tub, spacious vaulted ceil ings, big kitchen & utility. Free delivery, set up & a/c. Only $23, 911,10%down 180 mos. 10.25%. Call free at 1-800- 880-2020. Gorgeous 3BR/2BTH home with shingled roof, hardboard siding, appliances etc. Factory special with full one year warranty. Limited time offer. $25.00010% down 240 mos, .25% 1-800-880-2020. Ford's Resale Furniture clothing appliances and more! 427 S. Main Bryan. CHEAP! FBI/U.S. SEIZED. 89 MERCEDES $200; 86 VW $50. 87 MERCEDES $100; 65 MUS TANG $50; CHOOSE FROM THOUSANDS START ING $25. FREE INFORMATION-24 HOUR HOTLINE. 801-379-2929 COPYRIGHT #TX14KJC. Computers Mac+, 40 meg external hard drive, 800k external drive, Imagewriter II. Word 4.0, accessories. $850. 845-3451 ext. 31, PACKARD BELL 286-12MHZ, 40MEG HARD DRIVE, 1 MEG RAM VGA MONITOR 1 44/1.2 FLOPPIES $500. GORDON 764-8853 AFTERNOONS. ATTN: STUDENTS AND STAFF! EDUCATIONAL PRICED SOFTWARE AVAILABLE FROM 3 OFF-CAM PUS UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORES. For Rent Studio for rent $385/ mo.. Very nice! Call Becky 693-5846 Gigantic 2bdrm apartment available now, 3 miles from campus, semester lease okay. 822-5752. STALLS - OR RENT: 3 ARENAS, ROPING CALVES & STEERS AVAILABLE, A.M. FEEDING $50.00 MONTH 778-3084. We have good used mobile homes for rent 690-0945 $400/mth. For Lease House for lease/sublease 2038 Richards, College Station 3 bed/1 bath, W/D HKUP, central air/heat, close to Tamu & shopping. Fenced yard, lawn-care provided. Available Oct. 15, $465/mo. $300deposit. Call696-9273after6pm. Notice Expressions Studio CS Jazz Funk class. Ladles only, Wednesday from 7:45-8:45. $23.00/mo. Kathy 693- 0249. Lost & Found Calico kitten found in Albertsons lot. on College Avenue 764-3017. Personals MISS SHERI LIVE 1-900-884-9993 $25/CALL : 1-900-454-4722 $2.99 minute / no minimum DIVERSIFIED ENTERPRISES Lake Worth, Florida 18+.... Travel n 11th ANNIVERSARY CHRISTMAS BREAK r i STEAMBOAT DECEMBER 12-19 • 5, 6, OR 7 NIGHTS JANUARY 2-16 • 5, 6 OR 7 NIGHTS tr" VAIL/BEAVER CREijC DECEMBER 14-21 • 5, 6, OR 7 NIGHTS / JANUARY 2-14 • 5, 6 OR 7 NIGHTS 1U1 J BRECKENRI! JANUARY 2-14 • 5, 6 OR 7 NIGHTS lr" 11th ANNUAL COLLEGIATE f¥f WINTER SKI _ BREAKS TOLL FREE INFORMATIONTRESERVATIONS 1-800-321-5911 Telephone Fundraising for national charities part-time & full-time, evenings & weekends. Call Mary 776-4246. Experienced nursery worker needed Sunday mornings and occasional evenings. Apply at St. Pauls UMC 2506 Cavitt. Warehouse/assembly available weekends and/or week days/. Flexible with your school schedule. Call Talent Tree Personnel Service C.S. EOE/M/S/V/D. Looking for EXPERIENCED VISUAL AND PERFORM- ING ARTISTS or instructors to conduct workshops with young people. Creativity, patience, flexibility a must. Conlact the Arts Council between 9am-3pm 268-ARTS. Chick-Fil-A Post Oak Mall accepting applications for work schedules 8-2 p.m. or 12-6 p.m. Experience preferred. Interview Wednesdays 9-11 a.m., Thursdays 2-4 p.m., Fridays 9-11 a.m. Graduate students needed as notetakers. Apply In person For more information call 846-2255. Live in sitter over 18. Up to $825/mo. plus tuition assis- tance 713-789-2360. Topless female dancers guaranteed salary part-time. Call 775-1578 after 3 o'clock. CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR - seeking RN, LVN, or individual with medically related college degree to join local established professional pharmaceutical re- searchfirm. Salaried position. Must be willing to work long hours. Biopharma, Inc. 776-0400. Dependable people wanted for Houston Post route. $400- $900/mth. 846-2911,846-1253. a ... . and. appou. tidadpinyoarj• menu, after-achool ! fd'yard -ynu .*car« and walks tn tfca ^ n ear* too Advertisers Who Want High Visibility And High Impag Are Finding It In An Interesting Piace. The Battalion FiHj ft* poMr cf D itxk a wife jrgrrxm of yc*/marieff 3 a poweti axt roeed. Coupe t* po«*r witfi tt* nasrt nttrea )C>/ □son*rc tw* n t* newspaper and what you'* got & wet. lesufe Sq^me reds. 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CAN t TAG AialSB Nfco tv«?- r m pvi TdE- UUtVBESE AftD W. rviesad a frryn Jid twjo I ntl ly s wir agams tough nents, A&M have s their c strugg points board throu^ the fir: quarte to pull victor the ga could the Ag Stanfo off a t( week, broke for the But four oi more c tie bet last w< No. 5 i Now, the elii Thi Missoi Sur British try to stabilize weakened pound THE ASSOCIATED PRESS moil elsew Yg Europe and spread economic anxieli -here, including the United States. Cappingo LONDON — Britain frantically tried to stabilize the weakening pound Wednesday by hiking interest rates, buying large amounts of the currency and sus pending its foreign-exchange links to other European countries. Britain's actions intensified a sense that co operation among the powerful nations of Western Europe is splintering even as they are seeking to forge closer unity. That added to the monetary tur- of the most convulsive and frenetic trading daji ever, the Treasury announced late Wednesday!! would suspend the pound from the Europeanei- change rate mechanism, which sets maximum flucti ation rates for major European currencies. This means Britain no longer is obligated to ust interest rate adjustments to-keep the pound within limits specified by agreement. game 1 ably si But The tional Dame had th will be Texas their K Nat TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT! . $1.00 longnecks $2. 7S PITCHERS till 10 p.m. $1.00 TEQUILA poppers $2.00 ANY FROZEN DRINK $2. 75 PINT OF LONG ISLAND ICE TEAS RUSSIAN LEMONADE HURRICANES TEXAS TEAS till 11 p.m. FAJITA-FRIDAY ON THE PATIO! Homemade Fajitas for $2. 00 a plate (includes fajitas, chips, pico de galo, rice and cheese) $2 Frozen Margaritas 5-11 p.m. $1 Longnecks & $2. 75 Pitchers 5-10 am. 913 Harvey Road In the Woodstone Shopping Center For Information Call 693-1299 © 1992A. CorrecTey °1their re