The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 28, 1964, Image 3

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vient s ,f the full 0- East- ie favors lis group e Senate, d Permit r ice presi. ^rity ap. ren a va. ice presj. ?> nakes iving, do as i with blets. Schnl’ THE BATTALION rhursday, May 28, 1964 College Station, Texas Page 3 Read Battalion Classifieds MOVING! ADAMS Transfer & Storage Homer B. Adams ’45 Agent North American Van Linea 1201-A Texas Av'e. TA 2-1616 VI 6-6333 rTT v -. r 1 NfMPORT FOLK FESTIVAL Ags Plan Bay Cities Some unique solutions to is sues facing growing Galveston and surrounding bay area cities have been proposed by Aggie fourth - year architecture stu dents. Their proposals, for instance, include a monorail to link the re- sort-shipping centered city to Houston’s international airport and downtown business district. Another transportation pro blem, the students feel, can be solved with a causeway to tie the northern tip to Pelican Is land, a 4,000-acre residential area, to Texas City. Such a fa cility would provide a concrete loop around the entire bay region. The ferry from Port Bolivar to Galveston will be replaced with an underwater tunnel to handle traffic and not interfere with shipping. Plans for “Galveston — 2.000 A. D.” were presented last week during sesions that lasted almost 30 hours. Thirty-three fourth- year architecture students brought 40 different projects in volving the Galveston community into an arena of critics, including professors and Galveston busi nessmen and city officials. For the most part, their pre sentation drew nods of approval from both city officials and the more critical professors of arch- DIRECTORS t Theodore Bikel I: Clarence Cooper Ronnie Gilbert Alan Lomax Jean Ritchie Mike Seeger Peter Yarrow fc; George Wein ■i;. Chairman THURS.. FRI.. SAT.. SUN. JULY 23-24-25-26 Freebody Park . NEWPORT, R.I. Tickets: $3, $4, $5 On Mail Orders, add 25 cents Evening concerts will be augmented by morning and afternoon panels and workshops. 5 Special group rates can be arranged in advance now. For Tickets and Program Information: ’j Newport Folk Festival, Newport, R. I. -‘•T . • : •.. va - m jJz SPLASH DAY CITY OF FUTURE? William Wagner, left, and Cecil Steward view model. — BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES One day 3c per ich additional da; rtro A ft/. 2<* per word each addition; Minimum charge—40< DEADLINE p.m. day before publi Classified Display 80d per column inch word iblication 80<* per column ir each insertion FOR RENT Furnished one bedroom apa Available June 1. $65., bills paid. Apt. ?, 318 First, 220 wiring. Adults, no pets, ‘'1 6-6332. 51tl Share room with one. Large well fur nished bedroom, private entrance, private SPECIAL NOTICE OFFICIAL NOTICE Fast efticient service reasonable prices on cataloges, magazines, programs, bro chures, reports, posters, tickets, stationery, etc. Gene Hix Printers, TA 2-7525. 24tfn >m, bath. Linens furnished. Low rates. 500 3t., North Gate, College Station, VI 6-5544. Bltfn Main St, Furnished one bedroom brick duplex, air conditioned, $75., Adults—no pets. VI- ' “32. 51tl One bedroom unfurnished apartment, 4406 College Main, VI 6-5334. 51t2 Room for 1st six weeks. $30.00. 1014 Walton Drive., C S. 50t2 Nicely furnished one bedroom duplex, pine paneling throughout, water cool fan, $40.00 a month. KE 7-6241 50tfn Nicely furnished bedroom for students, private entrance, two blocks north of campus, $20 to $25 month, VI 6-5266. 49tfn CHILD CARE Want to keep children in my home, on, Bltfn ep children in my nor convenient to Bryan or College Statii good references, TA 2-3828. Care of children in my home, experience and proper references, VI 6-8608. 50tfn Private home. Girl companion for 5 year old. VI 6-6351. 47tfn Keep children in my Experienced. VI 6-6536. home from 8 to 5. 35tfn Will keep children, all ages, will pick up and deliver. V? 6-8151. llltfn WE BUTCHER LIVESTOCK HANSON’S MEATS AGGIES Do you change your own oil—? —or work on your car—? 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JOE FAULK AUTO ’32 25th and Washington Official notices must be brought or mailed so as to arrive in the Office of Student Publications (Ground Fl< loor YMCA, VI 6-6415, hours 8-12, 1-5, daily Monday through Friday) at or before the deadline of 1 p. m. of the day preceding publication—Director of Student Publica tions. TYPING SERVICE-MULTILITH PRINT ING. thesis-dissertations-yearbook-brochures -term papers-ouainess letters-job resume applications-blank forms, etc. REPRODUC TION : Copy negatives and prints-lantern slides - paper masters - metal plates-custom photo finishing. Camera and movie pro jectors repair service. PHOTOGRAPHY. J. C. Glidewell’s PHOTO LAB. TA 3-1693, 2007 S. College Ave., Bryan. 12tfn AUTO INSURANCE—place you) - auto insurance with Farmers Insurance Group Dividends increased 50% over last year. We accept persons, single and under age 25. Call today FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP, 3510 South College Road, Bryan, phone TA 2-4461. 146tl07 FEMALE HELP WANTED Part-time typing at home $30 to $60 weekly. Send background of yourself and hours available. P. O. Box 36177, Houston 36, Texas. 45t9 PETS Three kittens to give away, 415 Sulphur Springs Road, Bryan, VI 6-4597 50t2 WANTED TO BUY Baby bed. Slide for children, VI 6-8151. 51tfn 100 used bicycles, any condition. White’s Auto Store, College Station. 51tl 26" English Bike with hand brakes. Cash. Phone VI 6-8920. 60t2 LOST Ladies white gold wrist watch between Nagle Hall and Library VI 6-7471. 50t2 WANTED WANTED: Someone to take up pay ments on 1963 Ford, 2-door hardtop. H. W. Scott, 405 May St., TA 2-0841. 49tfn HELP WANTED Student or student’s wife, start imme diately, 11 till 3, must be able to continue through summer. Apply in person. Little Pigs Barbecue, 808 Villa Maria Road. 45tfn TV-Radio-Hi-Fi Service & Repair GIL’S RADIO & TV TA 2-0826 2403 S. College A A C If ^’ s Gl ass We Have It” GLASS COMPANY P. O. Box 1164, Bryan, Texas Taylor 2-1577 “Auto Glass Specialists” (Courtesy Car Available) GRADUATE COLLEGE CALENDAR, SUMMER SESSION 1964 First Term, June 1 - July 10 June 1 Registration for first term June 2-5 Registration for the Graduate Record Examination FOR SALE 1963 Corvair Monza 900. 11,000 miles, 2110 S. College, Bryan, TA 2-6863. 51t2 GARAGE SALE: Carpets, rugs, sewii achine, vacuum cleaner, play pen, hi) chair, draperies. Much more! Sell cheap. 404-B Old College Road. machir en, hig ng gh 51tl 1962 Rambler station wagon, radio, heat er, air conditioner, custom 400, leather upholstery, bucket seats, 20,000 miles, TA- 2-0382. 51t2 June 8 Last day for filing applications for advanced degrees for the first term* ter, 300 Elm, Bryan, TA June 27 Graduate Record Examination July 3 Last day for filing original and two copies of theses and dissertations with the Graduate College ly 10 Last day for Second Term, July AUTO REPAIRS All Makes Just Say: “Charge It” Cade Motor Co. Ford Dealer lege July 10 Last day for final examinations Second Term, July 13 - August 21 July 13 Registration for second term Graduate July 14-17 Registration Record Examination July 20 Last day for filing applications for advanced degrees for the second term* August 8 Graduate Record Examination August 14 Last day for filing original and theses and dissertations two copies of theses an with the Graduate Colleg rs. 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Forms for this pos leg< uate College no later than one week for this pur- ose, available at the Graduate Col ire, must be submitted to the Grad- prior to the day of the examination. Note 2: Final sertations Graduate College at least one week prior to the final examination. 60t3 he day of the examination, copies of theses and dis- ; should be filed with the NOTICE TO MAY GRADUATES: On Thursday, May 21, at 8 :00 a. m., a list will be posted in the lobby of the Richard Coke Building of all candidates who have completed their academic requirements for degrees, to be conferred May 23, 1964. Each iidate is urgei determine his status. candi urged to consult this list to 46t5 It is now time for all student organiza- >ns to apply for official recognition at the Student Finance Center, Memorial Student y for official recog: at the READER - ADVISER - she helps you ith all your problems and answers with all your problems all your questions. Va price with this clipping. 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The exhibit, incidentially, will be ship ped to the coastal city for dis play purposes later on. An earlier visit also permitted the students to get first-hand in formation on historic sites that attract visitors as well as social, economic and cultural problems facing Galveston. “It has been the largest project a fourth-year class has ever un dertaken,” Cecil Steward, assist ant professor of architecture, commented. One by one, the students par aded their finished models, blue prints and other architectural aids before the critics. Their pro jects included such facilities as hotels, convention centers, beach front services, a community col lege, etc. The students also were divided into seven teams to study more extensive subjects such as the central business district, Pelican Island development, recreation, housing, etc. One group discussed traffic congestion in downtown areas and recommended changes in the traffic flow patterns, and an other team suggested use of computers for a clearer picture of traffic flow and vehicle stor age needs along the wharves. Other students said streets in the central business district can be closed, without interfering with traffic, and provide 25 per cent better use of existing space. They also recommended that lower building floors be reserved for service and custom uses to cut excessive cost due to unex pected flood waters. Other students felt the com munity college could provide vital services to industry such as the Manned Spacecraft Center. One of its strong features would in clude modern teaching aids. More detailed studies are need ed, the architecture professors a- gree, but the students were com mented on their semester-long project. One student, perhaps, best echoed the sentiments of the class with, “Whew! I’m glad it’s over.” GALVESTON IN YEAR 2000 . . . Mike McChesney checks business district. Squire To Open NSF Lectures Dr. Charles F. Squire of A&M University will speak June 1 to open National Science Founda tion Summer Institute lectures here. His lecture on “Recent Re search in Low Temperature Phy sics” is scheduled at 8 p.m. in Room 113, Biological Sciences Building. Squire, author of three books and review articles dealing with low temperature physics, joined A&M’s faculty in 1962 as pro fessor of physics and associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. He earned his doctorate at Johns Hopkins University in 1937 and has taught at the Uni versity of Pennsylvania, MIT and Rice University. In 1952 he was visiting professor at the University of Paris. A&M Study Aids Caribbean Village Findings from A&M engineer ing research studies will aid in the rebuilding of the fishing village of Victoria in Grenada, one of the windward islands of the Caribbean. Bob M. Gallaway, who heads materials research in A&M’s Texas Transportation Institute, said Dr. Murray Maxwell, former army of ficer from New York City, will use soil-block building techniques de veloped by the Institute in restor ing and adding homes for the na tives. He also will use informa tion on natural ventilation and lighting, sanitation, water puri fication, tropical construction and nutrition that has been develop ed in other A&M engineering re search endeavors. ‘Many problems Dr. Maxwell has visualized in advance have been solved for him in correspondence with A&M,” Gallaway says. “A- mong these is that of making the houses look colorful. This was solved by the suggested addition of a coloring agent such as iron oxide or some other inorganic oxide to be put in some of the soil so that blocks could be formed eco nomically with color to a limited depth on one face. A layer of some colored soil is put in the box of the press and is pressed lightly. Then the natural soil is added to fill the box and the entire contents are pressed to complete the block.” Gallaway recalled the fishing village was destroyed by a hur ricane in October. Utilizing three cinva ram presses, such as the Texas Transportation Institute used in its research, Dr. Maxwell hopes to rebuild the village with one-story dwellings, latrines, bath houses, laundries and a community house from soil blocks containing 4 to 12% cement, depending on soil type. Then he plans to im prove nutrition for the population of 100,000 on the island, including the 50,000 children under 15 years. The place is known as the “Isle of Children.” We Really Need USED BOOKS And Are Prepared To Pay For Them Get the most for the least at Loupbts ‘Where Aggies Trade’