The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 27, 1970, Image 4

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Page 4 College Station, Texas Wednesday, May 27, 1970 THE BATTALION New Officers Advised Board wants $100,000 Continued from page 1) those which will be required at Easterwood Airport.” The items included in the 10- year Easterwood improvement program are: overlay and strengthen taxiways; extend Run way 34 and Taxiway 34 approxi mately 1,000 feet; construct hold ing apron and high-speed turnoff for Runway 16; update airport lighting, including high-intensity runway lights; extend parking apron approximately 10,000 square yards, and provide a fire and rescue building. Texas A&M, which has owned and operated Easterwood as a public air facility for the past 29 years, initially requested com munity help in 1964 and repeated its request two years ago. The university is prohibited PALACE 2'$&79 NOW SHOWING 1:30 - 3:30 - 5:30 - 7:30 - 9:30 Natalie Woods In ‘BOB, CAROL, TED & ALICE” (Rated R) STARTS FRIDAY CLINT EASTWC03 The Deadliest Man Alive ...Takes on a Whole Army! & CLINT EASTWOOD SHIRLEY Maclaine « MARTIN RACKIN —oov/cTiow ‘TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA’ A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR* ■ PANAVISION* GP C,f,\/MP0§ NOW SHOWING 1:30 - 3:30 - 5:30 - 7:30 “ZABRISKIE POINT (Rated R) 9:30 SNEAK PREVIEW TONITE AT 7:30 P. M. * gjtj ~ Li~ s hc.^TTT ytxwxir, V* DRIVE-IN ■ ”#A%THEATRr «. AH fei;YfACS VPfl WEST SIDE AT 8:40 P. M. ‘MAN CALLED HORSE” With Richard Harris At 10:45 p. m. “NAIL HERO” EAST SIDE AT 8:45 P. M. “MUSICAL MUTINY” At 10:30 p. m. “WEEDEND REBELLION’ from using state - appropriated funds for operation, maintenance and improvement of the airport. Operating revenue is derived from sale of aircraft fuel and rental of space in the terminal and hangars. While covering operating ex penses, university officials em phasized the revenue is no longer adequate to meet repair and im provement needs. Since the air port was opened, however, the universtiy has provided some $225,000 for improvements, the officials said. A- V communication class offered during summer (Continued from page 1) onstrated the true meaning of service.” The four-star general stood in the rain to review the Corps of Cadets’ final march of the year. At his side were General A. R. Luedecke, acting A&M president, and other university officials. At a press conference follow ing the commissioning exercises, General Westmoreland comment ed on the logistical effects of the attacks on Viet Cong sanctuaries in Cambodia. He said the VC will not be able to restore supply lines for nine months or a year. With the Southwest monsoon season at hand, Westmoreland said he sees added difficulty in the restoration. The four-star general said he believes “the excursions into Cam bodia will so weaken the enemy that the Vietnamese can become more aggressive. Two hundred and twenty-nine graduates were commissioned Saturday, with 156 by the Army, 65 by the Air Force, seven by the Marine Corps and one Navy. The cause structu the s i< ovea- An audio-visual communications course designed to enhance teach ing skills will be offered during both 1970 summer sessions. The Industrial Education De partment course (613) will enable class participants to create, de velop and utilize instructional ma terials appropriate to individual needs, according to Dr. James L. Boone Jr., department head. He said teaching skill enhance ment of all participants, regard- Biology prof gets $68,000 grant Biology professor Dr. Herman Kleerekoper has been notified of approval of a $68,142 Federal Water Quality Administration grant for the second year of a three-year study on heavy metal pollution and fish locomotion. A quick method for detecting water pollution and its toxicity on fish is being developed by the Canadian zoologist. He noted the research is concerned with heavy metal pollutants, produced in mining, and the lethal concentra tions on fish. Used in the research is the For the M0, 's BUSINESS EDUCATION SUMMER TERM BEGINS JUNE 16—REGISTER NOW The perfect gift for a son or daugh ter is one that provides lifelong security. Business skills are high ly prized today Qualified secre taries and Accountants ore readily employed- Office skills can be mastered within months at a cost within the reach of every parent. McKenzie - Baldwin provides tree placement service. For years the demand has exceeded the supply. For details about IBM Key Punch Course Dial 822-6423 Special 6-Weeks Summer Course in TYPEWRITING for TEEN-AGERS. ENROLL NOW. McKenzie - Baldwin BUSINESS COLLEGE 702 South Washington Avenue Bryan, Texas 1970 TOYOTA $1830.00 BRAZOS VALLEY TOYOTA INC. 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The Urban Development Com mission was created following several conferences and meetings on urban problems, including the conferences on Operation Break- to state committee through and Housing and Model Cities and the conference on Ur ban and Community Affairs sponsored by the Texas Society of Architects. Purpose of the commission is to enlist the advice and assistance of interested, capable citizens in the formulation of solutions to the problems of the urban areas of Texas, explained a commission spokesman. LOW LOW PRICES Pk* SPECIALS EVERY Ml! 101 Lunch Meat O 6-or. $ 1 Pk 8 s. X 690 Safeway. Slid ★ All Beef Boloana ★Macaroni ft Choato ★Spiced ★Olive ★Pickle-Ptmien to /Sliced Bologna I Safeway. -1-Lb. Pfcg. Wue^elor or ★Thick Safeway OPEN Memorial Day, May 30 Round Steak SAFEWAY Full Cut. USDA Choice Heavy Beef. Include! Eye of Round -lb. 95 For Delicious Cookoutsl Armour Franks 55* Armour Star. All Meat (Safeway 12-os. Pkg. 49*) —12-oz. Pkg. ••• • Check These Meat Values! 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