The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 26, 1960, Image 7
Thursday, May 26, 1960 College Station, Texas
An income tax form is like a
laundry list—either way you lose
your shirt.—Fred Allen
A tax is a payment exacted by
the authority of the whole.—Sam
There are “BOOKS” and “books”,
loom “BIG” and some loom “small”!
May we suggest you keep those which
loom “BIG”! One of these days they may be
worth their weight in Uranium to you.
Those which loom “small” are excess bag
gage to carry home in your 1960 model midget.
It takes extra gasoline to transport excess
Why don’t you bring your “smalls” by
your FRIENDLY COLLEGE EXCHANGE
STORE for an estimate of value?
You’ll be offered “FAIR MARKET
VALUE” for your excess baggage.
Next September another Aggie - who may
be driving a 1950 model - will thank you for
the 25% saving he will make on re-purchas of
your excess baggage.
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“Serving Texas Aggies Since 1907”
Cadets Ink ‘'Flock’ Of Future Athletes
In their spring recruiting cam
paign the Aggies have added Jerry
Rogers of Corpus Christi to their
list of football hopefuls for next
Coach Willie Zapalac made the
catch for the Ags after winning
out over all the schools in the
Rogers, a 190-pound fullback,,
played his senior year on the
states top 4-A team that went un
defeated in 14 games last year.
As a 4-A all stater, Rogers poll
ed all but two first place votes
cast by the Texas sports writers.
Travis Reagan of Wichita Falls
knd Jim Linnstaedter of Brenham,
two other all state stars, have al
ready been added to the future
Fish team’s backfield prospects.
Also the Ags have signed Mike
Inlow from Arlington.
Inlow, an All-District selection
last year, is the third Arlington
player to sign with the Cadets.
Teammates Jimmie Fisher and Jay
Houston inked pacts earlier this
Football isn’t the only sport that
has been productive this spring as
three top athletes in other sports
were signed last week.
Bennie Lenox, outstanding bas
ketball star for Clear Creek, was
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Mem. Student Center
one of the athletes wdio signed.
He scored 2,368 points in his 3-
year high school career, including
1,051 points as a senior. He'-aver-
aged 25 points per game this past
season and will play in the All-
State high school cage game at
Dallas next August.
George Hargett, All-District
football halfback from Linden and
a member of the All-State bas
ketball team, has also signed a
letter of intent.
Eddie Hall, an outstanding four-
sport athlete from Dickinson, has
expressed his desire to come to
A&M by signing his letter with
Coach Willie Zapalac. Hall was
an All-District selectee in basket
ball and as a quarterback in foot
ball. He pitched on the baseball
team and was high point man in
his district track team.
For That Week-End Picnic With Your Date
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Bryan & College
R. E. Merritt, Andrews
track flash, gets a big smile
from Charles Thomas, Ag
gie track coach, as he signs
a letter of intent to A&M.
Merritt helped the Andrews
team set two national
records this spring.
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By owner, ’56 Olds, 4-door, 88 Holiday.
Excellent condition. Must see to appreciate.
SI,000. See at 512 Gilchrist or call VI 6-
% ton G. E. Thinline air-conditioner.
Used one year. 220 volts, 5.5 amps. Call
VI 6-8o23 or see at B-I6-Y College View.
Motor scooter and used baby stroller.
See C-13-A College View. 119tl
11 ft. run about boat and trailer. Phone
VI 6-6458 after 5. 119tl
Large baby bed, Call VI 6-4656. 119tfn
Kenmore 4 burner waffle plate, gas
* range., $75.00. Red Karman-Ghia, 21000
miles. Radio, $19.50. VI 6-8036. 119tl
90 ft. picket fence, post and gates, $10.00.
and lawn mower, S5.00. Eas
nangle, $14.00. Wardaire roon-
ditioner, 1 ton. $70.00. VI 6-7182.
Hand lawn mower, $5.00.
mangle, $14.00. Wardaire room air-con-
Jaguar 3.4 sport’s sedan. $2900.00. See
at State Motel, Captain Edwards. 119tl
1949 Dodge roadster. Radio and beater.
Must sell by Jun# 1st. Dorm 14-405.
MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY ’55
Ford, new ’56 V-8 engine. Very clean.
Highest offer. VI 6-6364. 119t2
(li 1958 Chevrolet Sedan, 6
serial No. 203004. Can be seen by (
ing Victor 6-5423, Department of Student
Affairs. Sealed bids will be received in the
office of the Business Manager, Coke
Building, until 10:30 a. m., June 13, 1960.
The right is reserved to reject any and all
bids and to waive any and all technicali
ties. Address Business Manager, A. & M.
College of Texas, College Station, Texas
for further information. 119t2
21 inch Westinghouse television, livi
wood, Bryan after 5
($29.00). 201 D-
4000 CFM Evaporative Cooler. Two years
old, excellent condition. $60.00. Call VI 6-
8593 or see at 110 Gilchrist. 118t2
Cushman Eagle Scoot
Phone VI 6-7176 after
;er, good condition.
5 :00, 103 Francis,
TV - RADIO - PHONO
713 S Main
Smull furnished efficiency apartment and
garage in College Hills. Lovely private
yard. Outside cooking facilities. Call
VI 6-5254. 119tfn
Unfurnished house, living room, bedroom,
kitchen, breakfast space, hall, and bath.
Six nice closets, stove and refrigerator.
Furnished if necessary. 709 East 24th. TA-
Furnished apartment, near campus. Neat
and clean. Available June 1. Phone VI-
Clean unfurnished two bedroom apart
ment. Near campus. Call Elsie Patranella,
MSC, or VI 6-5442 after 5. 119tfn
Bedroom with connectiuR: bath. Wp' 1 '-
ing distance of campus. VI 6-5232. 119tfn
Furnished two bedroom, duplexes. Spac
ious, recently painted. 408, 406, 403 Second
St., 706, 708 Montclair. $55.00. VI 6-8265.
Cool Southeast apartment, $50.00 with
out utilities. Northwest upper apartment,
$45.00 without utilities. Four rooms, very
nicely furnished, ample closet space, ga
rage. Adults only. Corner of Foster and
Francis, College Hills. Phone Sidney
Parker, TA 2-3781. VI 6-5031 after 5:30
and weekends. 119tfn
Large spacious apartment, nicely fur
nished. One small furnished house. Utili
ties paid. TA 2-2854. Apply 506 East
Nice neat furnished apartment. One
block from campus. $50.00. Phone VI 6-
Two bedroom unfurnished house, built
recently, 220 wiring. 404 Cooner. VI 6-
Small furnished house. Walking dis
tance. $40.00. Phone VI 6-7331. 119t2
Two rooms, private entrances, baths.
Quiet and comfortable. Very reasonable
rates. Phone TA 2-6888. 119tl
Special summer rates. Furnished apart
ments with utilities. From $32.50 to $40.00.
Walking distance. Couples only. Phone
VI 6-7331. 119t2
Sewing machines, Pruitt Fabric Shop.
Furnished apartment. Available June 1st.
207 Montclair after 5 p. m. or call VI 6-
4452 after 6, weekdays. 118tfn
Bedroom with private entrance and bath.
Utilities paid. Three blocks north of cam
pus. VI 6-8214. 118t2
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4% room house, fenced back yard. Near
College. 107 Moss or call VI 6-6096.
Apartment two blocks from
New 'building, nicely furnished,
closets, hardwood floors, - formic
board, Venetian blinds,
rs, - i
Two bedroom furnished house. -
fan. $50.00 per month. TA 2-7869.
Furnished room in home, one
south of drill field. Also large' roon
double garage equipped for light
keeping. VI 6-5638.
Unfurnished two bedroom house,
wiring, 113 Kyle, College Station, VI 6
sr after 6, VI 6-5634. ll
Two bedroom, . unfurnished apart
220 wiring and attic fan. Near Cr
School. Phone VI 6-6660 after 5:00
Official notices must be brought,
ir telephoned so as to arrive in the
>f Student Publications (Ground
if MCA, VI 6-6415, hours 8-12, 1-5,
Honday through Friday) at or before
deadline of 1 p.m. of the day
publication — Director of
: day prcc
Notice is hereby given that a I
will be held in the City Hall of tl
of College Station, Texas, at 7:00
June 27, 1960 on the City’s budget
fiscal year 1960-61.
At 8 a. m. Thursday, May 26, th
be posted on a bulletin board
Registrar’s office a list of those
dates who ' have completed all s
It this’list to
mine his status.
H. L. Heaton, Director of
Admissions and Registrar
is urged to consul
WANTED TO BUY
Good clean used furniture. Will
cash. TA 2-4826. 3
Your Bryan Dealer for
Window or Central Type
214 N. Bryan 1300 Tex
Early Bird Shoppe, Inc
Curtains — Fabrics — Toys
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Degrees framed while you wait. $2.50.
Aggieland Studio. 117to
TV - Radio - HiFi
Service & Repair
GILS RADIO & TV
TA 2-0826 101 Highland
Desire to keep 4 or 5 year old boy, week
days, as companion to my son. VI 6-4651.
Rent a Nation Wide Trailer and move
cheaper. Rent it here and leave it there.
Baker Tire Company. TA 2-8169. 117t4
TOM THUMB NURSERY SCHOOL
Ages 2L:-5 veaas. Storytelling, Singing,
Drawing, Playing. Operated by Mrs. Jo
anne Miller. Close to College. VI 6-4841.
Reference when requested. lOOtfn
Put your reservations in now for ban
quets. Accomodate up to 250 people. TA 2-
1352. Triangle Restaurant. 12tfn
Electrolux Sales and Service. G. C.
Williams. TA 3-6600 90tfn
DAY NURSERY by the week, day or
hour. Call Mrs. Gregory, 502 • Boyett.
VI 6-4005. 120tfn
Experienced maid will care for your
child and do light housework. Perfer Col
lege View. TA 3-3932 after 6. 119tl
Term paper tyning. Fast, accurate serv
ice. Mrs. Smith, TA 2-0536. Ultfn
Leave your last minute typing worries to
us. Neat, accurate and economical rates.
TA 2-4095. After 5, TA 2-0907. 116t0
Attention Working Mothers: All duj
aursery, 8 to 5. Have had nurse's train
ing. $25.00 per month, per child. VI 6-
Day nursery for ages 1-4 years. Limited
enrollment (3). Balanced lunch with milk.
Family style activities. Call Mrs. Redding,
VI 6-4892, 1104 Milner. 107tfn
Why wait until last minute to get your
Theses reports, etc. to Bi-City Secretarial
service? Electric typewriters, offset
printing, negatives and metal plates made.
3408 Texas Ave. VI 6-5786. 87tfn
FEMALE HELP WANTED
Secretary for permanent position. Short
hand, dictaphone, and electric typewriter
experience required. Prior stenographic
or secretarial experience necessary. Prefer
permanent resident if not, at least mini
mum three years. Need fill immediately.
Contact Texas Forest Service, VI 6-4771.
Need a babysitter for hours 12 :00 a. m.
to 9.00 p. m. Call after 9 or before 12,
VI 6-8272. 119tl
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The Church.. For a Fuller Life. For You..
CALENDAR OF CHURCH SERVICES
CHURCH OF THE
10:01 A.M.—Sunday School
ll:0(i A.M.—Morning Worship
6:80 P.M.—Young People’s .Service
7:30 P.M.—Preaching Service
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
9:46 A.M.—Sunday School
11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship
6:30 P.M.—Young People’s Service
T ;3t) P.M.—Evening Worship
8:16 A.M.—Morning Worship
9:30 A.M.—Church School
10:46 A.M.—Morning Worship
9:30 A.M.—Church School, YMCA
8 :00 P.M. Each Sunday—Fellowship
CHURCH Of JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
26th East and Coulter, Bryan
8:45 A.M.—Priesthood Meeting
'0:60 A.M.—Sunday School
7:00 P.M.—Sacrament Meeting
:30 A.M.—Church School
8:15 A 10:45 A.M.— Morning Worship
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School
tl:0« a.m.—Sunday Service
8 :00 P.M.—Wednesday Evening
t:00-4:00 p. m. Tuesday-Rcadin*
7 :'00-8 :00 P.M.—Wednesday, Reading
A&.M Giliilb i iaN CHURCH
8:30 A.M.—Coffee Time
9:45 A.M.—Sunday School
11 :00 A.M.—Morning Services
8 :0A A.M.—Holy Communion
9:15 A.M.—Family Service
7:00 P.M.—Evening Prayer
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
9:40 A.M.:—Church School
6:15 P.M.—Training Union
A&M CHURCH OF CHRIS!
9:45 A.M .—Bible Classes
10:45 A.M.—Morning Worship
6:16 P.M.—Bible Class
7:15 P.M.—Evening Service
A&M METHODIST CHURCH
9:45 A.M.—Sunday School
10:5j5 A.M.—Morning Worship
5:30 & 6:00 P.M.—MYF Meetings
7:00 P.M.—-Evening Worship
ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC
■ t CHAPEL <
. 7:80,3:00 & 11:00 A.M.—Sunday
6:30 A.M.—Mon., Wed., Fri. & Satur
6:15 P.M.—Tues. & Thurs. Masses
6:30-7:30 P.M.—Saturday Confessions
Confessions before all Masses
7:30 P.M.—Wednesday Services
UNITED CHURCH QF CHRIST
9:15 A.M.—Sunday School
10:30 A.M.—Morning Worship
7:30 P.M.—Evening Service:
THE CHURCH FOR ALL . . .
ALL FOR THE CHURCH
The Church is the greatest factor on
earth for the building of character and
good citizenship It is a storehouse of
spiritual values. Without a strong Church,
neither democracy nor civilization can
survive. There are four sound reasons
why every person should attend services
regularly and support the Church. They
are: (1) For his own sake. (2) For his
children’s sake. (3) For the sake of his
community and nation. (4) For the sake
of the Church itself, which needs his
moral and material support. Plan to go
to church regularly and read your Bible
Our future presidents and prime ministers —>
from what spiritual heritage shall they arise?
The ultimate giants of science and industry —
what faith will they profess?
The fathers and mothers of our grandchildren
and great-grandchildren — what convictions will
be taught in their homes?
All this we are deciding today ... in our
churches ... in our families.
For one generation can bequeath only to the next
that which it, itself, possesses.
Our own religious life, our own determination
to provide our children with thorough spiritual
training, our own faithfulness in filling our
churches with families — these positive purposes,
expressed Sunday after Sunday, will mold TO
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