The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, January 31, 1995, Image 7

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M The Battalion Tuesday • January 31, 1995 The Battalion • Page 7 Classified Ads Phone: 845-0569 / Fax 845-2678 Office: Room 015 (bosemenf) Reed McDonald Building AGGIE’ Private Party Want Ads $10 for 20 words running 5 days, if your rherchandies is priced $1000 or less (price must appear in ad). This rate applies only to non-commercial advertisers offering personal possesions for sale. Guaranteed results or you get an additional 5 days at no charge. If item doesn't sell, advertiser must call before 1 p.m. on the day the ad is scheduled to end to qualify for the 5 additional insertions at no charge. No refunds will be made if your ad is cancelled early. Business Hours Call or visit 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday Help Wanted Help Wanted SMART MOVE JPI, a professional developer and manager of multi-family residential properties, has a beautiful apartment community under construction in College Station. We are seeking an Assistant Manager, Leasing Associates, Service Technicians, Housekeepers, and Groundskeepers. We offer excellent incentives and benefits. Make a smart move to a company that distinguishes between the ordinary and the BEST. Resumes only to: Recruiting Director JPI Residential 600 E. Las Colinas Blvd. Ste. 1800 Irving, Texas 75039 111 ne. mi UVE iT& T....0H,» ,$H / m m. MN..3W bEEYOl USTAMt- TOHAi'I TUKAJ >eL, tr ACNE STUDY Volunteers between the ages of 12 and 35 needed to participate in an acne study using an investiga tional topical preparation. Eligible volunteers may be compensated. Call for information. G&S Studies, Inc. 4245 Wellborn Rd. 846-5933 Back To School Work $10 to start Flexible Schedule No experience necessary. Call 10-3, 693-4975. irt-time experienced T.V. Repair Technician. PC Re- ile Outlet. Call 776-8504. robic Instructor needed to teach 8:30am class Mon & . We desire certification. 774-7901. 'anted. CIC Agency Inc. Customer Support Specialist - ivel 1 Responsibilities include: ‘Apple Macintosh tchnicalsupport (via telephone) to internal, & end users. Varranty repair of defective products. Requirements: ixcellent communication skills. ‘Thorough knowledge Macintosh products & network technologies. ‘Min. 2 >. experience with Macintosh software & hardware. Ability to troubleshoot & isolate computer problems quickly accurately. Please call 690-5336 to schedule and terview or Fax you resume to 690-5378. elemarketers wanted promoting the circus. Work eve- ngs that fit your schedule. 6pm-9pm, Mon -Fri. No 1 lekends. $5.00/hr. 846-8818. renham Dolphin Swim Team seeking coach for Sum ner, May-July. Competitive swimming experience pre- rred. Contact: Duane Houston at (409) 836-0107 or md resume to: 2909 Kuykendall, Brenham, Tx 77833. /anted: Experienced car stereo installer. Call 779-0065. okkeeping/ Insurance clerk, full-time, typing/ computer iquired. Apply at 2005 S. Tx. Ave., Bryan, rt-tlme help wanted. Apply within Piper’s Chevron, teas Ave. at University Dr, fllendy'snow hiring for all shifts. Starting pay $4.50+/hr., ending on experience. Apply 202 S.W. Pkwy or 3216 teas Ave. jto alarm and stereo installer. Must have experience ndreferences. Flexible hours. Call Susie at 846-5091. OTOGRAPHER WANTED for wedding. Contact Chris if Kim at260-1770. Part-time job helping handicapped. Male A&M student preferred. $270/mo., 12hrs/week. Call after 7pm, 846- 137E Part-timework Monday through Friday, cleaning commer- pal buildings. Call 823-1614. [Texas A&M University Telefund Position Advertising, iiticulate, motivated, responsible? Work flexible, part- tne hours while developing communication & negotiation skills Earn $5.50/hr. + bonus contacting former students lor financial support. Drop by the Clayton Williams Jr. enter, comer of G. Bush & Houston, for application form. FAST CASH for Spring Break. Easy $$$, own hours. BASE; SI Distributors-AI, P.O. Box 97, Murphysboro, Illinois 62966. [Summer Camp Counselors, Administrative Staff, Nurses S Lifeguards needed for Girl Scout Resident Camps near [Athens Texas & on Lake Texoma. For more information, call 1-800-442-2260 or (214) 823-1324. E.O.E. Employment Opportunity [CRUISE SHIPS HIRING - Travel the world while earning [an excellent income in the Cruise Ship & Land-Tour Industry. Seasonal & full-time employment available. No Experience necessary. Forinfo , call 1-206-634-0468 ext. C58554. ALASKA EMPLOYMENT - Students Needed! Fishing Industry. Earn up to $3,000-56,000+per month. Room & xiard! Transportation! Male or Female. No experience lecessary. Call (206) 545-4155 ext. A58552. Child Care DAYCARE, 18 months +, experienced caregiver, nutrl- ious meals, educational curriculum. 846-5376. Aoving home daycare. Good rates & meals provided. enings for 2yrs. & up, 696-8507. iuality TLC for your child in my registered home. Call |'7f4-4847. For Rent Best Deal In Town! Large 2 bdrm, intrusion alarms, Aerofit Health Club ($10/mo.), shuttle, some utilities paid, microwave, pool. 691-2062 823-7039 iSublease 1bdrm-1bth, $405/mo., on bus-route, 6 blocks [from campus at Country Place Apartments. 268-8164. "Aipartment for rent. Treehouse Village #324. 1 bedroom, rent discounted $50/mo. for remainder of lease. No deposit required. Call Jack or Brandon at (817) 573-5408. 'Nice 2bdrm-1bth house in Bryan. $550 per month. Call >76-0016. ’2bdrm-1bth, nice apartments behind Super 8 Motel - S425/mo. Call 823-8210. [Prelease for May. 2bdrm-1 1/2bth luxury fourplex, W/D, iCS, $525/mo. 693-0551,764-8051. .Sublease 1bdrm-1bth, nodeposit, W/D, microwave, $465/ »mo. Call 846-1419. Sublease single bedroom, 5 min. to Blocker, $330/mo., Casa Del Sol Apartments. 846-9323. [ .Sublease 1bdrm-1bth, CS, on shuttle, $410/mo., no de- posit Call 690-1185, after 5pm A 2bdrm-1bth apartment, 2 blocks from campus on ■ftorthside, no pets. Available now or prelease for Summer or Fall. $350/mo. Call 696-7266. For Rent In Bryan's Eastside Historic District, guest-house, low rent in exchange for yard-work. 823-2272. Furnished room, private bath, carport, kitchen privilege, $240/mo. Call 822-0711. Available ASAP! 2bdrm-1bth duplex in Bryan. PetsO.K. 847-1845 or 775-0085. Room for lease. Utilities & basic cable paid, meal plan Included. Short-term leases available, located 3 miles from campus, nice neighborhood, $425/mo. 764-2097. SUBLEASE 2bdrm-1bth apartment In Bryan. $365/mo. Call Jeff at 696-8524. Sublease available. 1bdrm-1bth, $395/mo. + utilities. Villa Oaks West Apts. Call 779-1136. Large 1 bdrm available now. 3 miles from A&M, completely remodeled. Call 822-0472. 2 bedroom apartments. Some with W/D and fenced yard. $375/mo. Call 696-2038. Roommate ROOMMATE NEEDED!! 2bdrm-1 1/2bth, $250/mo„ low bills, shuttle. Neat & Responsible. Cool & Relaxed. Chris 775-3079. Roommate needed. 2bdrm-1 1/2bth, $245/mo. + 1/2 utilities, fireplace, pool/spa, on bus-route. Call Cliff 260- 1787. Roommate needed. 3bdrm house, own room, close to campus, $183/mo. + 1/3 utilities. 846-8178. Female roommate wanted. Sbdrm house, $300/mo. bills paid. Now available. 775-4502. Female roommate wanted. 3bdrm-2bth house, $200/mo. + 1/3 utilities, W/D, no pets. 268-0120. Female roommate needed ASAP! 2bdrm-1bth duplex, fenced-in backyard, driveway, $237.50/mo. + 1/2 utilities. 693-4247, leave message. Christian female to share 2bdrm-2bth, $300/mo. + 1/2 utilities. Call 821-6283. Need Vet. or Grad, student for 3bdrm home In Bryan. All bills paid, $325/mo. Scott 822-9170. Graduate student seeks international/ foreign roommate to share apartment. Large, furnished room with private bath, $275/mo. Call Vincent. 696-7085. Roommate Needed Now! Brlarwood Apartments, 2bdrm- 1bth, $275/mo, utilities paid. Call Kris 693-4223. Female roommate. $200/mo. + 1/2 utilities. Spring, Sum mer & Fall semesters available. Lease ends December. Carolyn 775-2129. Male roommate needed ASAP! 2bdrm-1bth apartment, own room, $197.50/mo. + 1/2 bills. Call Bryan at 696- 4102. Roommate needed for Spring. Private bedroom, $232/ mo. + 1/3 utilities. Call 696-1227. Female roommate wanted to sublease large room in University Towers. $2,000 includes room & board, T.V., refrigerator & phone. Call Kelly, (817) 294-3873. For Sale Macintosh Plus Computer, 4 MEG memory, keyboard & mouse. Great condition. Asking $345. Call Eric at 764- 8262. 1990 Honda Motorcycle - NS50 Sportbike. Good condi- tion. $575 Or Best Offer. Call 823-6111. COUCH and Chair, matching set - $75; Drafting Table - $20. Call 693-4510. VACATION Daytona Beach, Florida. 3 days & 2 nights - $100 (open dates). Call 846-6474. Wedding gown, never worn - $150; child's table & chairs - $30; cages: hamster - $5, bird - $10; aquarium w/gear - $20; upholstered chair - $70. Call 696-7093. Modem, Case, GRID 486DX/40 4MB/80HD Laptop. Software - $1,295. Call 696-5056. TREK 1400 Roadbike - white, 58cm, Shimano 105 com ponents, profile bars, excellent condition, less than 100 miles $475. Call 847-5179. GIVE-AWAY SALE: bed - $198, office desk - $49, T.V. - $119, printer - $89, & more. Call 693-8729. For Sale: HP DeskJet 500 Printer with manuals and printer drivers - $200. Call John or Carma at 846-9303. MOUNTAIN BIKE. Specialized Stumpjumper 20", rebuilt for commuting although fine for off-roadlng. Excellent drive-train for campus & fitness riding. $250 0.8.0. Chris 764-7469. Wedding gown & veil. Exquisite, off-shoulder, cathedral length, perfectfor summer wedding. SizeS. Paid $1,500, asking $799. Call 776-0097. 386DX-33,4MB RAM, 130MB Hard, 14" colormonitor, 1.2 & 1.44 floppies, mouse, keyboard & softwares - $650. Cal! 260-9121. Black leather sofa, great condition - $250 negotiable; Magnavox TV/VCR combination, 13" - $170. Call Pat at 696-7115. Motorcycle, 82 Yamaha DT100, great condition, street and off-road, 4,700 miles, parts, excellent for starters, $350 O.B.O. (409) 279-6104, leave message. Must sell 1988 Yamaha Scooter, $380 O.B.O. Excellent condition, includes helmet and attached toolbox. Yolanda 775-8042 or 845-0595. Portable Brother Word Processor WP-55 for sale with built in spell checker - $80. Call Robert at 823-1487. UNUSED HP48SX Scientific Expandable Calculator with statistics pac software - $214, save $75!!! Call 693-5691. Burmese Python for sale. 2 1/2 feet long, 1 inch in diameter , with heat rock - $100. Call 268-0236. LovebirdsforyourValentine. They mate for life! $25each or $40 pair. Call 846-0316. Automobiles '87 VW Scirrocco - red/black, special 16 valve, air, 66K miles, recent major tune-up, 28mpg - $4,995. 847-2688. Excellent TAMU student car. '85 Camry LE with sunroof. Well traveled 4 cylinder with great roadtrip capabilities. Contact Chad at 764-8441. 1994 Mazda MX6 - 5 speed, dark green, sunroof, loaded, 8,000 miles, $19,000. Call 693-1700. 1990 Chevy Corvette - 6 speed, loaded, $16,900. 1987 Mazda RX7 Turbo - 5 speed, loaded, $7,000. 845-6897 or 693-4497. '87 Mitsubishi Conquest, only 77,000 miles. $3,400 nego tiable. Call 822-1456. Typing Typing-Word Processing. Fast, reliable, rush jobs ac cepted. Reasonable rates. Laser printer. Call Charlotte at 823-2418. MOBILE DJ. Experienced. Weddings, Parties. Reason able rates. Will travel. Call The Party Block at 693-6294. Computers Macs & Printers for sale/lease from $30/mo. Software, repairs, RAM/HD upgrades. MacResource, 775-7703. Miscellaneous Virtually unlimited long distance calling for $20 only I! Call (214) 669-5613. 24 hours. $$$ For College. Scholarships. Money Back Guarantee. Call 1-800-645-3525. Services A&M DEFENSIVE DRIVING. Ticket dismissal - Defen sive driving auto insurance discount. College Station Conference Center - Room 106 - Wednesdays & Satur days, 8:30am-3:30pm. $20. Questionsorinfo: call Kurils Koop at 823-3608. Starting Jan. 21st. AAA Defensive Driving. Lot-of-fun, Laugh-a-lotl! Ticket dismissal, Insurance discount. M-Tu(6pm-9pm), Tu(8:30am-3pm), Tu-W(8:30am-11:30am), W-Th(6pm- 9pm), Fri(6pm-8pm) & Sat.(10am-2:30pm), Sat(8am- 2:30pm), Sun(12pm-6pm). Next to Black Eyed Pea. Walk-ins welcome. $20 w/ad =$5 off. 111 Univ. Dr. Suite 217, 846-6117. Learn To Fly. TAMU Flying Club. Contact Frank Wells, 764-9056. Inexpensive rates. Travel PANAMA CITY BEACH, FLO R I DA The Finest Beachfront Properties! SUMMIT CONDOMINIUMS AND THE BOARDWALK BEACH RESORT Located next to Spinnaker & Ckib La Vela COMPLETE PACKAGES FROM: S159 Per Person Includes daily beach parties, evening club parties with beverages, discounts and more. CALL: Paul at 764-1710 ‘ptLckson-J^roeluetion* Tllfc UTIM-VTK IN COM.FGKTRAVF.I.AND MORK 1-800-880-2754 SKI STERMBOHT 8 Oars 4 Day Ufts Includes Tax From ( nun Groups & Individuals Groups & Individuals '&Lck3onJPnjc(uctioft& \ llh LI.TIMATK. IN COM.FGKTKAVtXAND MORK 1-800-880-2754 SPRING BREAK 95 CANCUN 5-STAR ONFTH E-BEACH RESORTS, ROUNCTRIP AIRFARE, PARTIES, AND MORE!!! 1-800-BEACH-BUM (1-800-232-24>.8) South Padre Spring Break. "No Frills", save up to $300. From $259/person at The Sheraton Resort 5,6 & 7 nights - limited space at these rates. Call Now 1-800-Hi- PADRE. Spring Break Condo Time Share. Pagosa Springs Colo rado, near Wolf Creek Ski area. Sleeps 8. Seven days $500, Jim (719) 589-4225. SkiTaos, Red River, Angelflre, NMI Luxurytownhouse, sleeps 17, $125-$350/night. 846-8916, ask for John. Lost/Found Watch found, engraved with the name Cyrus. Call 696- 0037 afternoons. Lost Aggie Ring at Kroger's or Olive Garden. Reward. 696-1683. Notice PC RESALE OUTLET ‘Factory Close-Outs ‘Refurbished Models ‘New-Used-Upgrades *PC-Printers-Software ‘Consignments 3006 E. 29th Suite 600 Bryan 776-8504 Body Shop Cal’s Body Shop. Foreign and domestic vehicles. Match your paint exactly. "May we have the next dents?" W. Hwy 21, Bryan. 823-2610. Attorney FREE LEGAL Advice. 696-3818. Ever been arrested? Did you know what you should or shouldn't say? Do you ha ve an old arrest on your record that could affect your job prospects? Call Annette K. Hanna. First consultation is free. Licensed by Texas Supreme Court for General Practice. Not certified by Board of Legal Specialization. Tutors Individual & small group tutoring by experienced PhD. students. CHEM: 101,102 ECON: 202, 203 ECMT: 463 FINC: 201, 341, 629, 635 MATH: 141, 142, 151, 152 CALL CHRIS AT 696-4131. English Tutor, experienced effective, hours. Warren 268-7757. $5/hr, flexible Wanted ATTENTION: Fellow ENTC Ags! I need tutoring for 249. You had 391 and/or 249. Make$$. Please call 775-8337. PICK UP OR PURCHASE YOUR 1994 AGGIELAND If you ordered a '94 Aggieland, bring your Student ID to room 230 of the Reed McDonald Build ing between 8:15 a.m. and 4:45 pirn. Monday through Friday. If you did not order last year's year book, you may purchase one for $30 plus tax. • Let the memories of 1993-94 come rolling back • 864 pages, 2- 1/4" thick, weighs 12 lbs. • The nation's largest college yearbook Bush: Rallying support in "Washington continued from Page 1 as a whole.” While Bush and Texas Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison are in agreement in principle on the merits of a Mexican loan-guar antee package, Texas GOP Sen. Phil Gramm has become a vocal dissenter of Clinton’s plan. Gramm, who will formally de clare his presidential candidacy next month, has criticized Clinton for a lack of leadership on the is sue and is demanding reform of Mexico’s monetary system before pledging U.S. backing. “We’re seeing a real failure of presidential leadership and I think a lot of Americans are go ing to lose their jobs as a result,” Gramm said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” Bush, who discussed the res cue plan with Gramm, agreed that the administration’s delay in presenting a specific plan has hurt its chances of passage. “Part of my job as the governor but really the job of the president and leadership is to convince the American people that this is good for America,” he said. “I know it is good for Texas.” Bush appeared to relish the current prevailing mood in Washington of relaxed govern ment control and increased free dom for states to devise their own solutions to welfare reform, health care and education. “I believe the most signifi cant part of what is taking place in Washington today is the recognition that states have the capacity to think for them selves,” he said. Bush also said he is willing to live with the implicit guarantee that fewer federal constraints on states is likely to mean fewer federal dollars, too. “I recognize there is a price for freedom, a price for flexibili ty,” he said. “I think I am willing to pay that price.” The governor, who often vis ited the White House while it was occupied by his parents, said he was happy to be back. “It was nostalgic,” he said. “Re gardless of your lot in life, you still get a thrill — at least I got a thrill — going back to the White House even though I had been there oftentimes.” Lawmakers should focus on juvenile crime reform, report says Texas prisons under capacity for first time in two decades AUSTIN (AP) — The Texas prison system this year will have more than enough cells for the first time in two decades, meaning state lawmakers should turn their attention to juvenile crime, ac cording to a report released Monday. “No reform and no amount of money spent on the adult criminal justice system can achieve long-term success unless Texas develops a more effective juvenile justice system,” the report said. Its author, Tony Fabelo, executive director of the state Criminal Justice Policy Council, suggested that lawmakers strengthen some provisions the 1993 Legislature made for nonviolent offenders. However, their primary concern should be’ young criminals, Fabelo said. “If we fail to slow down the crime factory, the adult criminal jus tice system will once more be overwhelmed by the effects of increas ing crime in the near future,” he said. Prison construction over the past two years has increased the number of prison beds to about 100,000. The state will add another 46,000 beds by the end of this year, Fabelo said. That will eliminate a backlog of 21,000 state prisoners in county jails by June, several months ahead of a Sept. 1 deadline. Free of an overcrowding problem for the first time since the 1970s, the state should examine whether some jail space can be used for juvenile offenders, said Karen Hughes, spokeswoman for Gov. George W. Bush. “Gov. Bush hopes this clears the way for Texas to think cre atively about ways to use existing prison beds in fiscally responsi ble ways, specifically ... to help get violent juveniles off the streets,” Ms. Hughes said. The report said about 4,000 beds originally set aside for drug treatment could be used instead for juvenile offenders. In addition to toughening punishments, the state should en hance social services to reward youths who aren’t breaking the law, Fabelo said. “If you’re a poor kid and have not broken the law ... you have less access to state-provided services than those who break the rules, and that is something that we need to work on,” he said. While the overall crime rate in Texas has declined, violent crime has increased, largely because of a rise in juvenile crime, Fabelo said. Juvenile crime reforms are needed now to combat a projected in crease in the state’s youth population, he said. The population of people 10- to 24-years-old — the age group most likely to be involved in crime — will increase by 505,000 by the year 2004, Fabelo said. The report suggested that lawmakers toughen punishments for state jail felons, a new class of criminals created by the Legislature two years ago. Without the capacity problem, the state should be able to make those changes, said Sen. John Whitmire, chairman of the Senate Criminal Justice Committee. “We’ll never have to make compromises on what we have to do with punishment because of a lack of capacity,” Whitmire said. FEBRUARY 14th ijoin. 0/ciCs.n.HnE. (znour (roixr h-jiscLaf- j-ox onCij $10. arLtfi an ad on 07aCs-ntim. a Fdatj! 0/aCz-ntbzz. -Houz jO.ins.6. (xrdf 7e fouC^[i±fiEcL in t(zE 'Piatt aCion on TJusyciaij, '^Jefjxuaxij 7Jo fodacE ijoux -J2ove d2inE oomE (jy xoonz 015 in t(zE ona USBUg. fj/bEudCinE Li. EfrTuaxij lOtfr. SPRING BREAK '95 Cancun from 7 f/icfhts hoteJ inith air( $?09 TAKE A BREAK STUDENT TRAVEL li/e, ef-ou the, u/or/cl.. .fior /cff/ Can *3doenturc TRAVEL today! 313-B College Main College Station, TX 77840-1225 (409) 260-1131 All flights to Cancun and Nassau are Public Charters. The charter operator is R&R International, Inc. (d/b/s Take A Break Student Travel). The direct air carrier for these flights Viscount, Air. An Openings * Option Plan Contract is required. Prices do not include $35-$38 depar ture taxes and $6 document delivery fee. All trips are capacity controlled and not all cities are avail able for each week of spring break. Please call for exact availability and pricing. 110% LOWEST PRICE GUARANTEE!