The North Texas Daily (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 13, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 25, 1979 Page: 7 of 8
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Tuesday, September 25.1979
THE NORTH TEXAS DAILY—PAGE 7
Expert expects market for wine
to double by end of next decade
By the Associated Press
By the glass, the bbttle and the jug,
Americans are downing millions of gal-
lons of wine and the market is expected
to more than double by the end of the
Marvin R. Shanken, editor and
publisher of Impact, a newsletter on
wine and distilled spirits, said the wine
shipments in the United States last year
totaled 430 million gallons—about two
gallons per capita—up 61 percent from
the 267 million gallons shipped in I970.
By I990, Shanken said, wine ship-
ments should total 1.1 billion gallons.
California growers, who provide a lit-
tle more than 70 percent of the wine
Americans drink, are in the midst of
harvesting this year’s grapes and the
producers predict an excellent crop, in
terms of quantity and quality.
The biggest boom has come in the
TWU services teeth
The Texas Woman’s University Den-
tal Hygiene Clinic offers dental services
to students and residents of Denton.
Junior and senior dental hygiene stu-
dents. supervised by clinical dental
hygiene faculty and a clinic dentist, per-
form tooth cleaning, topical fluoride ap-
plication. full mouth x-ray survey, and
plaque control services.
A $3 fee to be paid at the first appoint-
ment entitles the patient to receive any
or all of the services. The clinic is on the
TWU campus, Room III, in the
Multipurpose Classroom Laboratory
Building on Bell Avenue.
Appointments may be made by calling
382-2567, or 382-2568 from 8-11:15 a.m.
on Mondays and Thursdays.
WANT TO FLY?
The Navy has openings in F-14, F-4, A-6, S-3, P-3,
EC-130, and E-2 aircraft for Naval Flight Officers
whose vision is correctable to 20/20. To determine if
you're eligible to fly Navy, visit our information booth
in the union on September the 26th and 27th.
area of white wine, which has been
replacing other alcoholic beverages as a
In 1970, Shanken said, 50 percent of
the wine drunk in the United States was
red: 24 percent was rose; and 26 percent
was w hite.
By 1977, he said, 38 percent was red;
22 percent was rose: and 40 percent was
How can you tell what to buy?
“Be adventuresome," said Shanken.
"Try different wine types from different
areas. There is no reason to go out of the
$2 to $4 price range.
Don’t be intimidated—by the retailer,
by your friends or by the wine itself See
what you personally enjoy."
Compare prices, hxperiment with
lesser-known brands. Check vintages,
but do not avoid a wine just because it
was made in a particular year.
Tecate Trio Bravo can put out the fire. An icy
red can of Tecate Beer imported from Mexico,
topped with lemon and salt. Now you’re cookin’!
Obco Importing Co Inc
Dallas Texas 7S229
Demand exceeds supply
North Texas cannot keep up with
the demand by industry for NT
graduates in its Information Systems
program. Dr. Michael T. Vanacek of
the business administration (acuity
The reason for the demand of NT
graduates is due to a program in the
department of accounting and infor-
mation systems which combines ac-
counting, management, finance and
marketing with computer
technology, Dr Vanacek said.
NT students can learn manage-
ment concepts while taking computer
courses that are business and
management oriented, he said Most
universities do not offer programs
Sign Up Now for Personal
Growth and Career
Non-credit classes for students, faculty, and staff
Interpersonal Skills Groups for Social Skills and Relationship Development
Time Mon or Wed, 1 30-3 00 or 3 30-5 00 p m (Basic)
Thursdays, 2 30-4 00 or 3 30 5 00 p m (Advanced)
Place: Counseling & Testing Center
Dates Sept 26
Weight Control - designed to help individuals lose weight and keep it off
Smoking Control - Helps individuals stop smoking
Time Mon, Wed or Friday afternoons
Dates Sept 24
Career Exploration Groups
Time Thursday mornings or Wed & Fri afternoons - flexible
Dates Sept 26
Place Counseling & Testing Center
Couples Counseling - Groups
Time Wednesday, 6 00-6 00 p m
Place Counseling & Testing Center
Dates Sept 26
Groups will meet on a regular weekly basis for a minimum of 4 weeks and
a maximum of 8 weeks
Inquire about other programs
Offered by: Counseling and Testing Center
788-2741 or 788-2742
For More information
788„?240 Daily Classifieds
One or Two Days 85c per day PERSONALS
Three Days—75c per day ,
Four or More Days 50<t Per daV
65c per day for NT Students and Faculty
These rates are for 12 words or less Each additional word
is 10c per day
Daily Classifieds run Tuesday thru Friday except Holidays
BABYSITTER — Mon., Tucs 4-6
p.m Sul V i.m.-.l p.m. Infant and
9 years Own transportation.
Darlene 387-5329 after 6 p.m.
HELP WANTED—Small offset
press operator Experienced on
A B Dick or Multilith Part-time,
evenings, Apply Student Employment
Office in UB
ECP DENT ■ PERSONALS
EIELP WANTED—Now interviewing
lor cocktail waitress. Part-time
evenings. Waitress-bartender, will
train Mulberry Disco. 383-1
1200 Jackson Rd.
Carrollton, Tx. 75006
The Air Force is now accepting applications
from college graduates and 1980 seniors
pursing technical degrees, who are US
citizens between the ages of 21 to 30. If you
have a degree in a TECHNICAL field (math,
computer science, etc.) you could qualify for
an exciting and challenging job.
— Excellent starting salary
—Opportunity for advancement
—Free medical and dental care
—Generous retirement plan
—And much more
Seniors may apply 6 months prior to
graduation There are a limited number of
flying officer positions available, too To
find out more call your Air Force recruiter in
Denton at 387-0922 Or visit him at 2001
Denison St.. Denton, Texas
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THANKS— to all who supported me
on ihe 2 a.m. late hour closing for
Demon clubs. A special thanks to
Ally I d Stapleton
KIT HOOI.AN—Happy 21st birth-
day Love. Babs.
TAYLOR RENTAL CENTF.R-
Thtngs to rent lor every event
10 a.m.-3 p.m.. Mon , 7:30 a m.-5 30
p.m., Tues.-Sat. 711 Dallas Dr
FREE FREE FREE
"How to Find the
Job of YOUR Choice"
Largent Parks of
Largent Parks & Partners
Fri., Sept 28. 1 p m
BA Bldg., Rm. 116
Qinma Inta Fncilnn
Wed., serving 4:30-6 p.m.
All You Can Eat
Pie College lim
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Cash Loans On
• Color/B&W TVs
Music & Pawn Shop
We buy class rings,
wedding bands, etc.
BACKGAMMON—Wanting to form
informal backgammon club. If
interested call Keith, 382-0651.
CONGRATl LATIONS—To the
Fall. 1979 /TA pledge class, We
love you. Members.
FREE KITTENS!—8I8 Demon Si
between 8 and II p.m Several
NEED MONEY?—Cash lor paper-
back hooks. 906 Ave. C 382-6561.
LCST & TREND
LOST—Key ring with whistle, hook,
key s SIO. reward. Call Pat. 788-3858.
LOST—Reward, Thick gold chain
!mk hracele! Please return Sent:
We Pay Cash
Gold, silver, diamonds
605 Sunset 382-0323
Tall Price Schedule
Shampoo/set $3 25
Custom cut 3 50
cut blow dry 6 75
Perm wave 1 5 00 up
Frosting 16 00
Tint 1 1 00
Friday Student Day
on perms, bleach, or frost
407 Sunset 382-6734
1507 VV. Oak
W ATERBEID —and or bedroom
lurn. wanted. Call Robert. 382-1846.
HOI SE,MATE—Share 3 bdr house,
north Dallas SI 20 plus bills (214)
W ANTED—Tenor Saxophone for
young student. ( all 387-3781.
OCTAVO 1110+ WHEELS—like
new 6" \ 13" for your Mustang.
Pinto. Maverick or Bobcat. 545
77 SI 7.1 hi GS 750—9000 mi.
fairing and extras Tim. 566-3828
(.IBSON, SG — Mahogany, good
condition 5350 See Frank in
K HI mtes
1)5 VAK1T STEREO Tt BE
COM PON ENT-Stereo 7 0
amplifier, preamp. EM tuner S100
1 PAIR IECHMCS SB-5300
SPKRS.— 5250 Leave message
lor Sieve at 383-2242
TN PEW RITER—Olivetti manual
lortahle with case. 559. 387-0618
er 10 p m
ISM) COFFEE TABLE—good
condition. 510 ( all alter 6 p.m..
CONTINUOUS PLANT SALE—
karietx large small pots, baskets
>28 W C ollins. 387-1193
st SIE Q’s ALTERATIONS—mend-
me sewme. Levis zippers re-
placed 906 Ave C
TYPING. EDITING —Theses
term papers, letters 24 hr. service
ness Re.i unable r iles >82-0082
Up to 170 MPG
200 S Locust 387 9561
Everybody's Automotive Discount Center
Some Foreign Car Parts
420 S. Bell
8 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-l p.m. Sat.
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Cook. Allan. The North Texas Daily (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 13, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 25, 1979, newspaper, September 25, 1979; Denton, TX. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1003823/m1/7/: accessed April 5, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.