The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 09, 1968, Image 3

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- 1 .'■ '•~ - v -.v ' ■' 1 - . :dl-A lard l 1 nd . that he has lationship ^ ld the board hi himself regi s . “Active Servit, the letter wonli state Selectivi •edrickson’s i vu lged by % :y fCE il Loans vtion •46-3708 tes at-In HUT »a’s an North Vietnamese Shell South, THE BATTALION Friday, February 9, 1968 College Station, Texas Page 3 Try To Occupy Allied Territory By EDWIN Q. WHITE SAIGON — North Viet namese troops shelled Khe Sanh heavily Thursday and probed out posts of that U. S. Marine base in what could be the all-out Com munist offensive by which Hanoi hopes to take over South Viet nam’s northern provinces. The fall of the U. S. Special Forces camp at Lang Vei, three miles west of Khe Sanh, had opened a gateway from Laos through which the North Viet namese could more easily push in men and supplies to bolster elements of two Red divisions that already ringed Khe Sanh. COMMUNIST artillery, rocket and mortar crews fire more than 300 rounds into the Marine base BATTALION CLASSIFIED Political Announcements Subject to action of the Dem ocratic Primary May 4, 1968. For Congressman, Sixth Con gressional District: OLIN E. TEAGUE (Re-Election) WANT AD RATES • dar <4 Per U per word each additional da Minimum charge—50^ sified Displa •lay 90tf per column inch umun Classified col each insertion DEADLINE 4 p.m. day before publication HELP WANTED Experienced first grade teacher. Joseph School. Call 822-2322. St. 632t3 Medical Assistant for doctor's office, iome nursing experience required. Must umish references and give resume of ex- and personal Box 608, Bi Texas. oome nursing experience n furnish references and give perience and educational background. Write P. O. Be 3ryan, 629t8 for schools infir apartment, meals and RN irmary. utilities Furnished 823-0066. 628t6 Wanted, two registered nurses for su pervisor on 3 to H shift at Madison County Hospital, Madisonville, Texas. Excellent Salary. Call collect, DI 8-2631, Miss Gloria Rice or Mr. E. G. Clark. 465tfn CHILD CARE HUMPTY DUMPTY CHILDREN CEN TER, 3400 South College, State Licensed. 123-8626, Virginia D. Jones, R. N. 99tfn WORK WANTED Typing done in my home. 846-3572 or 846-4982 after 5 and on -weekends. 631t2 Typing. 846-3290. OFFICIAL NOTICE Official notices must arrive in the Office of Student Publications before deadline of 1 p. m. of the day preceding publication. “SPRING AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS" Application forms for Spring Award Scholarships may be obtained from the Student Financial Aid Office, Room 303, uilding during the period Febi YMCA Bu mg during the period rebruary h 31, 1968. All applications must be filed with the Student Financial Aid Office by not later than 5:00 p. m. April 1, 1968. Late applications will not be iccepted. 631130 pre-- Semi Preveterinary Medicine Students expe iicine st Ac the ng approved presented at registration. iry All students who expect to register in terii ■ ter ed sig end listi ter veterinary medicine for the Spri 68 must have th" 1- approved by form signed by the ary medicine 1968 must have their coursea their Academic Advisor. A Academic Advisor courses must ba 521tfn TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED HOME & CAR RADIO REPAIRS SALES & SERVICE KEN’S RADIO & TV 303 W. 26th 822-2819 WE RENT TYPEWRITERS Electric, Manual, & Portable OTIS MCDONALD’S 429 S. Main — Phone 822-1328 Bryan, Texas It is now time for all Depart mental and Professional Club, Hometown and International Clubs, Honor Societies, Sports Clubs, and Service Organiza tions, who did not apply for recognition the first semester, to file a list of their officers with the Student Finance Cen ter, MSC. Deadline Feb. 15, 1968. Classic Wax Cal Custom Accessories Hurst Floor Shifts Enco & Conoco 31 £ qt. Amalie & Havoline .. 35^ qt. We stock all local major brands. Where low oil prices originate. Quantity Rights Reserved Wheel Bearings 50% Off Parts Wholesale Too Filters, Oil, Air - Fuel 10,000 Parts-We Fit 96% of All Cars - Save 25 - 40% Brake Shoes $2.98 ex. 2 Wheels — many cars Auto trans. oil 25tf AC - Champion - Autolite plugs Starters - Generators All 6 Volt - $10.95 Each Most 12 Volt — $11.95 Each Tires—Low price every day — Just check our price with any other of equal quality. Your Friedrich Dealer Joe Faulk Auto Parts 220 E. 25th Bryan, Texas JOE FAULK ’32 21 years in Bryan WANTED ROOMATE WANTED Monaco Apartments. Contact Bob Coch ran, Research & Graduate Center. School of Architecture. 530t3 Will der spai New or used or just parts. Charles Burk, 708 College Oaks Arlington, Texas 76010. 629t4 FOR SALE Toy fox terrier puppies, two months old, with or without papers, 689-2201 after 6 p. m. only. 631t4 For sale by owner, three bedroom house, lots of storage space, central air and heat, beautifully landscaped lot, College Station, 846-6669. 631tfn Honda S-90, excellent condition, 4,400 miles, $196.00. 617 Ennis, Apt. 14. 630t4 nnis. Apt. 1966 Maroon El Camino with r-h, ac., 629t4 1966 Maroon El Camino i 30,000 miles, $1716, 846-4880. 2 Roping Saddles. Call 822-3980 after 6. 628tfn 1966 Ford Mustang. Radio, heater, air- conditioned, V-8 standard shift. Phone 826-3700. 627t8 Party records, Golf-Game, Bud Fletcher albums, Ken Idaho albums. Play-boy maga zines, all kinds Texas Aggie Champion stickers—many other novelty and gag Items—Aggie Den, North Gate (next to Loupot’s) open 8 a. m. till 7 seven days a week—come see us 1 625tfn 4,000 used golf balls 6c, 10c, 30c. Aggie- land Recreation Center. Redmond Terrace Center. 620tfn SPECIAL NOTICE ATTENTION Research Professors Graduate Research Assistants You may be eligible for special income tax benefits. For this and other tax problems contact. Blocker Trant 4015 S. Texas Ave. Phone 846-7842 TRANSMISSIONS REPAIRED & EXCHANGED Completely Guaranteed LOWEST PRICES HAM ILL’S TRANSMISSION 118 S Bryan —Bryan— 822-6874 Watch Repair Jewelry Repair Diamond Senior Rings Senior Rings Refinished C. W. Varner & Sons Jewelers Noth Gate 846-5816 DANCE Saturday, Feb. 10 After A&M & TU Basketball Game Featuring: THE ROWELS Top Country & Western Band At FRANKLIN’S 1 Mile West on Jones Bridge Rd. 9 ’Til 1 $1.00 Per Person AUTO REPAIRS All Makes Just Say: “Charge It” Cade Motor Co. Ford Dealer FOR RENT Furnished room, close to campus. 401-A Cross Street. Phone 846-2276 after 6. Three apartments, 1814 Fin Feather furnished, Space for animals. Contact W. F. Davis at 822-3618. 531tfn Road, Unf Furnished bedroom, private entrance and private bath near university. Call 846-2374. 529t4 Apartment available Feb. 1. $75 plus utilities. ^ T '- J — ” r 846-4362. utilities. Contact Judge W. C. Davis, 527tfn Apartment for couple. Bedroom, living room, dining room, and kitchen. Furnished and gas and water paid. $66 per month. Call 823-5416 from 8-5. 525t8 STATE MOTEL, rooms and kitchen, day id weekly rate, near the University, 846- 262tfn and *410. THE BRYAN ARMS APARTMENTS “Congenial Living” Separate Adult & Family Areas "Children Welcome” Model Apts. Open For Inspection From $120 - All Utilities Paid 1602 S. College Avenue Resident Manager - Apt. 66 Phone 823-4260 Make Your Deposit Now VICTORIAN APARTMENTS Midway between Bryan & A&M University STUDENTS 1 ! Need A Home 1 & 2 Bedroom Fur. & Unfur. Pool and Private Courtyard 3 MONTHS LEASE 822-2035 401 Lake St. Apt. 1 GM Lowest Priced Cars $49.79 per mo. With Normal Down Payment OPEL KADETT Sellstrom Pontiac - Buick 2700 Texas Ave. 822-1336 26th & Parker 822-1307 AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 3400 S. College SOSOLIKS TV & RADIO SERVICE Zenith - Color & B&W - TV A Makes - TV - Repairs 713 S. Main 822-1941 FREIGHT SALVAGE • Brand Name Furniture • Household Appliances • Bedding ^ Office Furniture • Plumbing Fixtures All damag utility by ;ed items restored to full iy our repairs department. C & D SALVAGE CO. 32nd & S. Tabor Streets — Bryan ATTENTION MAY GRADUATES! Deadline for Ordering Gradua tion Invitations Feb. 29. Order taken from 9-12, 1-4, Mon. - Fri. at the Cashier’s Win dow—Memorial Student Center. TYPEWRITERS Rentals-Sales-Service Terms Distributors For: Royal and Victor Calculators & Adding Machines CATES TYPEWRITER CO. 909 S. Main 822-6000 LOOKING FOR A NEW CAR FOR ONLY $1767.00 COME TO Hickman Garrett Volkswagen AUTHORIZED DEALER 1701 So. College Ave. 822-0146 and Red infantrymen temporarily penetrated part of a hilltop out post a mile away. The Marines counterattacked and, with heavy artillery and air support, drove them off the hill. Enemy detachments still held out in Saigon, Hue, Dalat and Can Tho in the battle of the cities, launched by the Viet Cong Jan. 30, as the enemy threat loomed in the north. The U. S. Command, building up its forces toward the 525,000 mark, disclosed 500,200 American servicemen were in Vietnam as of last Saturday. Replacements were more than making up for recent record losses. SPOKESMEN reported 15,515 of the enemy, 84 South Vietna mese and 416 Americans were killed in combat last week, in each case surpassing previous highs. The American wounded totaled 2,757. American losses in combat since 1961 rose to 17,296 killed, 108,428 wounded and 997 missing or captured. The dead in all totaled 20,613, for 3,317 have succumbed from illness, accidents and other nonhostile causes. Fighting continued around Saigon, seat of the government the Viet Cong seeks to overthrow. Police said only three of the cap ital’s nine districts, the heart of the city, are considered secure. New casualties poured from the other districts into overcrowded hospitals. GUERRILLAS CLUNG to 20 square blocks of Cholon, the Chi nese quarter, and fought from vil lage to village just north of the city. Columns of smoke marked burning homes. A full battalion of the enemy—about 400 men— was reported still operating as a unit near the racetrack at the western edge of Saigon. U. S. spokesmen reported two clashes between government rangers and Viet Cong late Thursday in Cholon, one near a big American military billet and the other near a hotel that houses U. S. civilians. A bullet wounded one American civilian. SEVERAL fires burned in Cho lon, lighting up the night sky with an orange glow topped by a tower of black smoke. Explosions shook buildings, but they were re ported to have been allied artil lery pieces firing at targets in the fringes of the capital. ETVTapesKids ForEd.Program CHANNEL TOUR PLANNING Participants of a Corps of Engineer Short Course at Texas A&M will tour the Houston ship channel Saturday. A Civil Engineering Department model of the industrial waterway allows close visual planning of the 50-man group’s itinerary. Studying the environmental engineering division model are (1. to r.) Dr. Roy W. Hann Jr., director, and Dr. William B. Davis of A&M; Pete Boyer, water quality section chief, North Pacific Division, Corps of Engineers; John Clark, New Mexico State distinguished professor, and Bill S. Eichert, assistant chief of the corps’ Hydrological Engi neering Center, Sacramento. The model, built to show the entire ship channel area, depicts contour from Magnolia to the Gulf side of Morgan’s Point. The San Jacinto monu ment is behind Dr. Hann’s hand. Texas A&M’s Educational Tele vision Department hitched up its mobile video-tape unit Thursday for on-site shooting at Bryan’s Crockett Elementary School. ETV Associate Producer Nor man Godwin said playground scenes at the Bryan school will be used to introduce a 30-minute program illustrating exemplary practices in early childhood edu cation. The program, entitled “A Hap py Start,” is aimed at parents of pre-school children and will be aired in several Texas cities after an initial showing in Lufkin Feb. 13. Godwin said the program is part of “Project RA-TOD” (Re search Application — Techniques of Dissemination), a $50,000 fed erally-funded study being con ducted by the Lufkin Independent School District and Texas A&M, in cooperation with the Texas Education Agency. Dr. Roger Harrell, assistant professor of education at A&M, is project director. Segments of the program show ing parents and pre-school chil dren were taped earlier in the ETV campus studios. Job Calls MONDAY Corn Products Company Dames & Moore Frigiking Texas Eastern Transmission Company Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corporation TRW INC Naval Electronics Laboratory Center MONDAY & TUESDAY American Oil Company Amoco Chemicals Corporation Monsanto Company Texaco Inc. The Trane Company TUESDAY Celanese Corporation Dowell EG&G INC. Texas-U. S. Chemical Company TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Goodyear Tire & Rubber Com pany Industrial Products Sales Depart ment of Goodyear Tire & Rub ber Company Southwest Research Institute Union Carbide Corporation WEDNESDAY FMC CORPORATION— Oil Center Tool Division FMC CORPORATION— Weco Division Schlumberger Limited Schlumberger Well Services Union Oil Company of California WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY General Dynamics/Convair Hughes Aircraft Company THURSDAY Continental Oil Company, Research and Development Continental Oil Company, Process Engineering & Refining De partments Continental Oil Company, Central Engineering Continental Oil Company, Natural Gas and Gas Products Continental Pipe Line Company Hercules Inc. Air Force Missile Development Center U. S. Atomic Energy Commission Baptists Exclude Hippies, Offbeats FromTexas School BROWNWOOD (A 5 ) — Howard Payne College announced Thurs day a policy barring “hippies and other bizarre personalities” from enrollment at the Baptist-sup- ported institution. The Howai-d Payne board said those who were not hippies when they enrolled but became so later “will be asked either to change their ways or to withdraw.” “In no circumstances will any student or any person affiliated with the college be permitted to use any kind of hallucinatory, habit-forming or harmful drug or alcohol,” the annuoncement said. The school also announced it will not tolerate any individual or group of individuals on this campus who advocate violence, demonstrations or who partiepate in any movement that would di rectly or indirectly embarrass the President or the Congress of the United States.” will a job with LTV Aerospace make you more exciting, sought after, healthy, wealthy and wise? Why shouldn’t you enjoy the good things of life when you’re out to conquer the universe? Sound far fetched? It’s not. □ Your first job with LTV Aerospace sets you on a path that can lead you almost anywhere you want to go. □ LTV Aerospace Corporation makes products, of course. □ The A-7 — F-8 — Gama Goat — MACV — Lance —Sea Lance —Scout—prime subcontract struc tural for the 747 and the SST. That’s a few. Design, development and production require systems engi neering with enormously diversified capabilities. □ At LTV Aerospace those capabilities are being ex amined in terms of the total environmental picture — sea, land, air, space and outer space — in ocean sciences — high mobility ground vehicles — mis sile systems — military and commercial aircraft, V/STOL — launch vehicles — extra vehicular activity research and development. These are today’s spheres of action at LTV Aerospace. They are the frontiers of tomorrow. □ A rep resentative of LTV Aerospace Corporation will visit your campus soon. Talk to him. Talk specifics about programs, assignments, duties, salaries. Then, talk futures. Ask questions about where your first job can take you. □ He’ll have answers for you, and they won’t be vague generalities. He’ll show you where LTV Aerospace Corporation is heading in the total en vironmental adventure, and how you fit in. □ You could find yourself getting pretty excited about it. And that’s a darned good way to feel about your first job. College Relations Office, LTV Aerospace Corporation, P. O. Box 5907, Dallas, Texas 75222. An equal opportunity employer. CAMPUS INTERVIEWS WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 22, 1968 L-T\S G ! t=> t f=* y' Of=- L.! n*lG» - -rmCMdO - v MISSILES AND SPACE DIVISION • VOUGHT AERONAUTICS DIVISION * KENTRON HAWAII. LTD • RANGE SYSTEMS DIVISION 5 v-v- -M'• • r. .a• \- v-..T^.viy'y. ;yv.- : W'.'*;