The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 22, 1993, Image 3

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Monday, March 22,1993 The Battalion Crime Stoppers Crooks steal $50,000 of equipment Some time during the week end of February 20 thieves visit ed the Prater Equipment Com pany on the northwest comer of Highway 21 west and FM 2818 in Bryan. Evidence indicates the thieves cut the padlock off of a building used to store lawn equipment, then entered the building where they examined the lawn equip ment and selectively stole eight new pieces of equipment. The owner estimates that the value of the loss exceeds $50,000. The stolen equipment was de scribed as: 1 - John Deere lawn and gar den tractor, green with a 48-inch mower deck, MOD/GT262. 1 - John Deere lawn tractor, green with a 38-inch mower deck, MOD/ LX172. 1 - John Deere riding lawn mower, green, MOD/SRX75. 1 - John Deere walk behind commercial 12 1/2 horsepower lawn mower with a 38-inch mower deck, MOD/455. 1 - John Deere lawn and gar den tractor, green with a 60-inch mower deck, MOD/455. 1 - Woods walk behind com mercial lawn mower, orange, MOD/5140. 1 - Bearcat, three horsepower chipper and shredder, dark or ange. This week the Bryan Police Department and Crime Stoppers need your help to identify the persons responsible for this bur glary. if you have information that could be helpful, call Crime Stoppers at 775-TIPS. When you call, you will not have to give your name. Crime Stoppers will assign you a special coded number that will be used to protect your identity. If your information leads to an arrest and grand jury indictment. Crime Stoppers will pay you up to $1,000 in cash. Crime Stoppers also pays cash for information on any felony crime or the location of any wanted fugitive. Tubularman "x have Been assigned to FIND DRrVAN BREWSKl AND STOP HIS ILLEGAL TEGUlLA OPERATIOlNS. I WENT DOWN the Rio grande in a pr BOAT and COULD not find Hint. BUT X DID riND TWS BAR , WHERE WE GOT JUICED FOR SI* DAYS STRAIGHT^' tSUBUlAV* NOW DELIVERING (Main campus only) M-F 4 - close Sat - Sun 10 - close 696-1654 $5.00 Minimum order. Cash only. WE BUY USED CD'S FOR $4.00 or trade 2 for 1 NEW CD'S $10.99 EVERYDAY!!! 268-0154 (At Northgate) The Battalion CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING • Easy • Affordable • Effective Call Angela For More Information 845-0569 n^rnii ii DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASS ‘ I March 23, 24 (6-10 p.m. & 6 - 10 p.m.) I April 2, 3 (6-10 p.m. & 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.) STATE APPROVED DRIVING SAFETY COURSE Register at University Plus (MSC Basement) Call 845-1631 for more information on these or other classes 1 D&M EDUCATION ENTERPRISES iCUt here — — .-.J ACADEMIC SKILLS WORKSHOP test anxiety * test prep & test taking * time management * concentration & memory * listening & notetaking * stress management also...individual consultations...support groups Present this ad for $15 discount on workshop 693-8856 SCHOLASTIC ADVANTAGE 5tlL c^Lnwinol Ipha Kappa Psi OPEN *■" — £oJtiJucp MoiJjvV — /!r What's Up Monday N.O.W.: C.R. Groups meeting at Jennifer Adams House at 7 p.m. today. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call Tawny (764-9575) or Jennifer (268-7591). Placement Center Orientation: Offering to teach students how to use the Placement Center to get On-Campus interviews. This seminar is open to all students. Meet in 402 Rudder this afternoon at 3 p.m. For more infor mation, call 845-5139. Department of Student Affairs Committee on Multicultural Awareness: Challenges Facing the 90's Woman: A panel discussion. A program in honor of Women's history month. This event will take place in room 206 of the MSC at 7 p.m. today. Students for the Exploration and Discovery of Space: A Business meeting. Everyone is wel come. Meet in AIAA Lounge in the Bright Build ing today at 8 p.m. For more information, call Robb (693-0725) or Roxanne (693-4039). TAMU Geographical Society: A general meet ing will be held tonight at 6:15 p.m. in room 707 of the O&M building. We will discuss Earth Day, Geography Career Day, and the spring picnic. For more information, contact Stephanie (696- 6610). Natural Resource Conservation Assn.: A gener al meeting will be held in room 402 of Rudder tonight at 7 p.m. Aggie Toasters: A general meeting will be held in room 502 of Rudder tonight at 8:30 p.m. For more information, call Richard (847-1122). What's Up is a Battalion service which lists non-profit events and activities. Items for What's Up should be submitted to The Battal ion, 013 Reed McDonald, no later than three business days before the desired run date. Ap plication deadlines and notices are not events and will not run in What's Up. If you have questions, call the newsroom at .845-3316. £7*7 iirnergn en t » ,, Saturday March 27 ••• at tKe Texas A&M Golf Course Shotgun start at 1:30 p.m. 4-Man Teams can register in the MSC and Blocker Week of March 22nd-March 26th For more information call 764-7671, 693-3710, or 696-7257* BUSINESS Job Interviewing M/W, April 5, 7, 12, 14 6:30-8pm $12/student $ 17/nonstudent Int'l Bus. Success r Thurs, March 25, April 1 6- 8pm $10/student $ 15/nonstudent COMPUTERS Intro to Macintosh Computers Sat. April 3 9-12am $15/student $20/nonstudent Intro to DOS / IBM PC MWM, March 22, 24, 29 7- 9pm $ 15/student $20/nonstudent WordPerfect 5.1 T/Th, March 30 - April 15 7-9pm $45/student $50/nonstudent Lotus 12 3 M/W, March 29 - April 14 7-9pm $45/student $50/nonstudent SELF HELP Attaining Your Goals Thurs. April 1, 8, 15, 22 7:30-9pm $12/student $ 17/nonstudent CPR M/W, April 12 & 14 6-10pm $ 18/student $23/nonstudent First Aid T/Th, March 30, April 1, 6, 8 6-8pm $ 18/student $23/nonstudent ( UNIVERSITY PLUS WORKSHOPS | Register Now in the University PLUS Craft Center Located in the MSC Basement 845-1631 SPECIAL INTEREST B&W Darkroom Tues. March 30, April 6, 13 6- 9pm $25/student $30/nonstudent Video Camcorder Techniques Thurs. April 1, 8, 15, 22 7- 9pm $ 15/student $20/nonstudent International Wines Wed. March 31, April 7, 14, 21 7-8:30pm $25/student $30/nonstudent Matting & Framing Wed. March 31, April 7, 14 6- 8pm $25/student $30 /nonstudent Bike Maintenance Tues. March 30, April 6, 13, 20 7:30-9:30pm $20/student $25/nonstudent Beginning Guitar Thurs. March 25 - May 6 7- 8:30pm $40/student $45/nonstudent DANCE Adv C&W Dance Wed. March 24, 31, April 7,14, 21 6-7:15pm $20/student Ballroom Tues. March 23, 7:15-8:30pm $18/student $23/nonstudent Jitterbug Wed. March 24, 7:30-8:45pm $20/student $25/nonstudent Dancing 30, April 6. 13. 20 31. April 7, 14, 21 $25/nonstudent LANGUAGES Japanese M/W. March 29 - May 5 6:30-8pm $35/student $40/nonstudent Spanish I T/Th, March 23 - April 29 6:30-8pm $35/student $40/nonstudent Spanish II T/Th, March 23 - April 29 8-9:30pm $35/student $40/nonstudent English as a 2nd Language (ESL) T/Th, March 23 - April 29 6:30-8pm $35/student $40/nonstudent Sign Language II T/Th, March 30 - April 29 6-8pm $35/student $40/nonstudent Call us at 845-1631 for more info on classes or schedules. ARTS & CRAFTS Stained Glass Thurs. March 25, April 1, 8, 15, 22 6-9pm $30/student $35/nonstudent Potpourri Tues. March 23 6-8pm $12/student $ 17/nonstudent Painting II Thurs. March 25 - April 22 6-9pm $30/student $35/nonstudent Drawing II Tues. March 23 - April 20 6-8pm $20/student $25/nonstudent POTTERY Beg. Pottery Thurs. March 25 - April 29 5- 7pm or 7:30-9:30pm $30/student $35/nonstudent Pottery Glazing and Deco Techniques Tues. March 30 - May 4 l-3pmpm $35/student $40/nonstudent WOODWORKS Woodworking I M/W, March 22,24. 29. 31 6- 9pm $30/student $35/nonstudent Woodworking il M/W, April 5. 7. 12, 14 6-9pm $30/student $35/nonstudent Adv. Woodworking Sun. March 28, April 4, 18, 2f> 6-8pm $30/student $35/nonstudent