The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 10, 1970, Image 4

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THE BATTALION Page 4 College Station, Texas Thursday, September 10, 1970 FOR BEST RESULTS TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED LAKEYIEW CLUB 3 Miles N. On Tabor Road PRESENTS: THE MOONLIGHTERS Special Guest Star Guy Nelson Saturday, Sept. 12, 9 pjm. to 1 a.m. STOMPEDE Every Thurs. Nite Live Band — Men $1.50 - Ladies $1.00 (ALL BRANDS BEER 25«f) S.T.P. 69c OIL FILTERS Vz PRICE SPARK PLUGS (iSTutSu.) 54c ALL MAJOR BRAND MOTOR OILS U-OIL-IT AUTO STORE 805 N. TEXAS AVE. BRYAN CANTEBURY BELTS 3ua Mnrnco umbrrgitp men’s! toear 329 University Drive 718/846-2706 C'olJeffe Station, Texas 77840 AN EXHAUSTED CAMBODIAN army soldier snoozes near Prel Tameak, Cambodia, while a fisherman continues his work in the background, pulling his nets from the Mekong river. The soldier’s unit had been hard hit by Viet Cong mortar fire the previous night at their camp, nine miles northeast of Phnom Phenh. (AP Wirephoto) — BA TTALION CLASSIFIED — WANT AD RATES One day per word 4<! per word each additional day Minimum charge—75^ Classified Display $1.00 per column inch each insertion DEADLINE 4 p.m. day before publication SPECIAL NOTICE DANCE, 333 University Blvd., from Post Office. 8 p. m. til 1 Set-ups. m., 7tl Service For All Chrysler Corp. Cars Body Work — Painting Free Estimates HALSELL MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Dodge Sales and Service Since 1922 1411 Texas Ave. — 823-8111 “No Woman Need Ever Look 40!” For a Beauty Show or Private Facial Call: Jonnie Patranella 822-4396 (after 6:00 p. m.) Your MARY KAY Beauty Consultant 135tfn Aggie Den open from 8 a. m. till mid night, 7 days each week. Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn Female students Den - from 8 a. n a week. invited to the Aggie . till midnight, 7 days 135tfn Maggies invited to the Aggie Den - Come join the fun - open 8 a. m. till midnight, 7 days a week. 135tfn Aggies! - Bring your Den and enjoy billiards gie Den. date to the Aggie and pin-ball—Ag- 135tfn Ladies invited to the Aggie Den - Get up a party and come enjoy the Aggie Den, 307 University. 135tfn Attention personnel of A&M University. Wood’s Furniture Center, 800 Texas Av enue, Telephone 823-0947. This retail fur niture outlet offers you the finest in home furnishings at prices that you can’t afford to miss. Our motto is “We will not be undersold.” The mark of excellency. Wood’s fabulous Furniture Center, Bryan, Texas. 135tl8 LOST ll-year-old beige female cat. One tooth broken, scars on back leg. Pink and white flea collar. Lost Sunday in vicinity Stasney and Cherry. Call 846-8503. RE WARD. 6t3 • Watch Repairs • Jewelry Repair • Diamond Senior Rings • Senior Rings Refinished C. W. Varner & Sons Jewelers North Gate 846-5816 Havoline, Amalie, Conoco. 34c qt. —EVERYDAY— We stock all local major brands. Where low oil prices originate. Quantity Rights Reserved Wheel Bearings - Exhausts System Parts, Filters, Water and Fuel Pumps. Almost Any Part Needed 25-40% Off List Brake Shoes $3.60 ex. 2 Wheels — many cars We Stock EELCO EDELBROCK HURST MR GASKET CAL CUSTOM Other Speed Equipment Starters - Generators Most $13.95 each Your Friedrich Dealer Joe Faulk Auto Parts 220 E. 25th Bryan, Texas JOE FAULK ’32 24 years in Bryan HELP WANTED WANTED FOR SALE Experienced wool presser. Top wages in town. BILL WADE. 846-6362. 6t3 WE BUY ALMOST ANYTHING—AGGIE DEN (next to Loupot’s). 136tfn PENNEYS Downtown Bryan Save 50% Penn-Prest Plaid Sport Shirts 2 for $5.00 Long - sleeve, button down collar, S-M-L Students: $3.00 plus per hour. Apply Ramada Inn, 8 :00 p. m. today or 3 :00 p. m. or 8:00 tomorrow. No phone calls please. Mr. Smith. 6t2 We buy magazines, pocket books, tapes, tape decks, etc. We buy almost anything of value—Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn Wanted: Church organist. Sundays and Wednesdays, no choir. Call 846-2901. 5t3 We buy used magazines, pocket books, playboys,—Aggie Den. 136tfn Needed: Child Care attendant for Sun day worship services. $1.50 per hour. Ag gie wives preferred. Call 822-1324. 6t4 FOR RENT Students work full or part-time. $3 per hour guaranteed and chances that a car and scholarship are being offered. For information and interviews, call 823-1236 or 823-0106. 133t30 8 M projector and films for rent—Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn PERSONAL We have original football corsages for you. Old Sarge’s picture right on center. Price to make you proud you bought it and proud you gave it. Nan’s Blossom Shop. 822-1668 after 6, 822-3505. 7t2 OFFICIAL NOTICE PARAPSYCHOLOGY. Forming small group of ACTIVELY interested to scien tifically study and report on the paranomal. Mark Worley. POB 3156 CS. 6t5 Official notices must arrive in the Offic* of Student Publications before deadline of 1 p.m. of the day proceeding publication. CHILD CARE PENNEYS Downtown Bryan Penn-Prest Dress Shirts White or Colors 5 for $10.00 Short Sleeves, 15-17 Applications for degrees are now being accepted in the Registrar’s Office from all undergraduates who expect to complete their degree requirements by December, 1970. Candidates for advanced degrees must file their applications with the grad uate Dean’s Office. The deadline date for filing applications is September 11, 1970. R. A. Lacey, Registrar. 6t4 Baby-sitting in my home. 846-0806. College View. 7t3 Graduate student’s wife will care for one or two children one year and up. Very reasonable. 846-9537. - 6t3 Child care with experience; need new recruits. 846-6536. 133tfn It is now time for all Corps Accounts, Civilian Government Organizations, Depart mental and Professional Clubs, Hometown and International Clubs, Honor Societies, MSC Advised Account, Sports Clubs, Stu dent Body Governing Organizations, and Service Organizations to apply for Official Recognization by the University, at the Student Finance Center, MSC, 8-12, 1-4, Mon. - Fri. Deadline October 1, 1970. 3tl6 HUMPTY DUMPTY CHILDREN CEN TER, 3400 South College, State Licensed. 823-8626. Virginia D. Jones, R. N. 99tfn Child care in my home by the week, nights, and weekends by appointment. Excellent facilities, playground equipment, registered nurse in charge. 846-3928. 132t21 12 x 60 mobile home. Call 822-1462. 6tfn 1966 Austin Healey Sprite. Call R. T. Perry. 845-5426. 6t3 HUMPTY DUMPTY CHILDREN CENTER 3406 South College Ave. announces the staff for 1970-1971 KINDERGARTEN — Mrs. Betty Wil liams, B.S. 4 YEAR OLD SCHOOL — Mrs. Peggy Kindt, B.S. 3 YEAR OLD SCHOOL — Mrs. Glynda Schultz, B.S. 2 YEAR OLD SCHOOL — Mrs. Sandy Mitchell, Mrs. Linda Thompson TEACHER ASSISTANT — Mrs. Ruth White SCHOOL COORDINATOR—Mrs. Nan cy Whitlock , B.A. TODDLERS — Mrs. Dorothy Bond Mrs. Cathy Henshaw INFANTS — Mrs. Ingebrog Bengs COOK — Rachel Benson Mrs. Larry Jones, R.N., B.S. DIREC TOR Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jones — OWNERS We are now registering for our Fall schools. 823-8626 131tl2 1965 Chevrolet Impala station wagon, 9 passenger, air-conditioned, automatic, new tires, excellent condition. Call 845-1416 after 5. 6t3 WORK WANTED Would like to baby-sit. 846-9727. 5tfn 1967 Ford Galaxie, 500XL, air-condi tioned, power brakes and steering, stereo tape player, AM radio, four speed trans mission, 5 new tires, 390-V8, 4 barrell carb. Only 46,000 miles. Bogard Motors, 201 South Texas Avenue. 822-1112. 5t3 Tennis racket restringing and supplies nylon and gut. Call 846-4477. 123tfn Custom Bookbinding, Plastic (Spi ral Binding, and Gold Stamping of Books, Journals, Theses, Dissertations, and Reports. UNIVERSAL BINDERY 311 Church Street, College Station — 846-3840 llltfn TOTAL ENVIRONMENT Surfboards, Posters, Leather, and More Open Daily Thursday 6 to 10 10 to 9 29th at Stillmeadow in Wee Village 846-0324 4tl4 Typing, full time. Notary Public, Bank- Americard accepted, 823-6410 or 823-3838. lOtfn 15%’ Windmill Class sailboat with sails, preserves, fittings, includes trailer. $480. Call 823-8886. 3t5 TYPING, electric. Close to campus. Expe rienced. Reasonable. 846-2934. Itfn 1969 MG Midget, 9 months old, 10,000 miles, excellent condition. $1750. Call 846-0886 after 5. 136t7 Typing. Electric, symbols, experienced. 846-8165. 132tfn POSTERS - POSTERS - POSTERS - POSTERS. The kind you like—Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn Sara Watts, teacher of piano. Baylor University Graduate Registration for fall classes on September 4, 7, 8, 9, 10. Beginners Intermediate Advanced and Adult beginner Studio — 601 East 24th Bryan, Texas — 822-6856 4t3 4 and 8 track tapes, 5 for $15.00 guaran teed—Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 136tfn Bumper stickers - Bumper stickers - Bumper stickers - Bumper stickers - All kinds — Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 136tfn Tape decks, 4 and 8 track tapes, cassette tapes, radios, cassette tape players. Jointed cue sticks, girlie magazines, girlie films, pocket books, party albums, record albums, playboy pin-up posters, watches, T.V’s. Almost anything. All at real bargains —Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn Jointed cue sticks from $9.95 to $15.00— good selection—Aggie Den (next to Lou pot’s). 135tfn TROPHIES PLAQUES Engraving Service Ask About Discounts Texas Corn Exchange, Inc. 1018 S. Texas 822-5121 Bob Boriskie ’65 COINS SUPPLIES AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 3406 S. College 823-8051 Ann-Margaret Vietnam photos in living color - Fantastic collectors item - Limited supply-—Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn Girlie magazines, and pocket books at 60% discount - Don’t pay more! Buy your magazines at % price at Aggie Den. 135tfn TRANSMISSIONS REPAIRED & EXCHANGED Completely Guaranteed Lowest Prices HAMILL’S TRANSMISSION 33rd. & Texas Ave. Bryan 822-6874 GM Lowest Priced Cars $49.79 per mo. With Normal Down Payment OPEL KADETT Sellstrom Pontiac - Buick 2700 Texas Ave. 26th & Parker 822-1336 822-1307 For sale by owner. Two bedroom duplex near University. Excellent investment at $14,500. Call 846-5231. 132tfn Japanese made electric guitar. Three pickups, vibrator and case. Worth over $100.00 but selling for $55. 846-2803 129tfn TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED SOSOLIKS TV & RADIO SERVICE Zenith - Color & B&W - TV All Makes B&W TV Repairs 713 S. MAIN 822-2133 WHITE AUTO STORES Bryan and College Station can save you up to 40% on auto parts, oil, filters, etc. 846-5626. DR. G. A. SMITH Optometrist Specializing in eye examination & contact lenses DIAL 822-3557 DOWNTOWN BRYAN ENGINEERING & OFFICE SUPPLY CORP. • REPRODUCTION & MEDIA — ARCH. & ENGR. SUPPLIES * SURVEYING SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT -. OF FICE SUPPLIES • MULTILITH SERVICE & SUPPLIES 402 West 25th St. Ph. 823-0939 Bryan, Texas Rentals-Sales-Service TYPEWRITERS Terms Distributors For: Royal and Victor Calculators & Adding Machines Smith-Corona Portables CATES TYPEWRITER CO 909 S. Main 822-6000 Five Middle East hijackings result in By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The number of Middle East hijack attacks this week grew to five Wednesday when Arab com mandos seized a British Overseas Airways Corp. plane near the Persian Gulf. The BOAC VC10 joined two other captive planes on a guer rilla-held Jordan desert airstrip and its 113 passengers and crew men raised the number of host ages to more than 300. The pro-Marxist Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, which assumed responsibility for the rash of hijackings, had threat ened to blow up the first two planes, a Swissair DCS and a Trans World Airlines Boeing 707. The deadline was late Wednesday night, but Swiss officials express ed belief this would be extended. The latest PFLP seizure fueled tension at airports around the world. It also appeared to widen the breach between the pro-Pek ing group and major Arab capi tals. At the behest of Britain and the United States, the U.N. Se curity Council convened in New York to consider the crisis posed by the hijackings. In Washington, the White House announced that six large Air Force transports were being dispatched to Turkey with medi cal evacuation teams in case they should be needed in Jordan. A spokesman declined to say if any U.S. military units or equipment would be moved nearer over 300 the guerrilla base where the host ages and planes were held. The British jetliner was seized just after its take off from Bah rain on the Persian Gulf during a flight from Bombay to Lon don. A BOAC spokesman said 30 women and 21 children, en route to schools in England, were among the 103 passengers. At least three Americans and members of Bah rain’s royal family were also said to be aboard the plane which car ried 10 crew members. In Beirut, where the BOAC re fueled before continuing to the guerrilla-held airstrip in north ern Jordan, a PFLP spokesman said the plane was hijacked to reinforce a demand that Britain free Leila Khaled, 25, being held in London for Sunday’s abortive attempt to seize an Israeli El A1 airliner. The guerrillas also were de manding the release of three Arab commandos in West Ger many and three others in Switz erland, all jailed for involvement in other hijacking incidents. All three governments were re ported willing to comply with the demand, but only on the condition that all hostages — including a number of Israel citizens—were released. There were signs that Arab governments, despite support for Palestinian efforts to recover former homes in what is now Israel, were getting fed up with the PFLP’s air piracy activities. hostages At Cairo airport, where a Pji American World Airways jumk 747 was blown up after being ij. verted there by PFLP hijack® Sunday, officials closed the aii strip to prevent the hijack BOAC from landing there. Amman’s airport also was cl» ed, and Beirut, although it alb ed the plane to be refueled atiti facility, indicated no other hijack ed aircraft would be . allowed k do so. Transport Minister Piem Gemayel said Lebanon intadj “to maintain Beirut airport an civil airport in every sense of tki word.” Gemayel became angry aft« he appealed to the guerrillas ti let women and children go ail the hijackers replied: “No, n are leaving with everybody ot we are blowing up the plain with everybody.” Officials then allowed tin BOAC to depart. After circlinj around the Middle East for hoin. it finally landed at the airsttij 25 miles northeast of Amm# where the two other planes hi: been held since Sunday. Although PFLP spokesmn gave discrepant figures on tht number of hostages, Trans Work Airlines said in Amman on Wei' nesday that 197 persons—110 oi the Boeing and 87 on the DC8- were still aboard the aircraft Armed commandos continue! to guard the three planes, ai without air conditioning. Temper atures in the desert area rany from about 86 degrees during tie day to 68 degrees at night. [hursda IT k Eldri Arne I SA comir Nortl five thrus coast nam’i 75 garden club members 3-day school here for Approximately 75 garden club members from throughout Texas and at least three other states will attend a three-day landscape design school today through Fri day at A&M. The course is designed to train community leaders in the appre ciation of good landscape design and to help them create a pleas ant community environment, noted A&M Landscape Architect Robert H. Rucker. Registration began at 8 a.m. Wednesday in the Memorial Stu dent Center Social Room. Tuition is $14 and includes a study man ual and examination Friday morning. Advanced registrations from Texas, Kansas, New Mexico and Arkansas have been received, Rucker said. Sponsored by Texas Garden Clubs, Inc., the program is part of a national continuing education program by the National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc., of St. Louis, Mo. A&M’s school, “Landscape De sign Course 2,” is one of 18 con ducted this year in the United States, Rucker explained. Last year 50 men and women complet ed the Course 1 study at A&M. Rucker, national chairman of the landscape design study course, is one of two men on the 150-member national board. He is coordinating the school and will be one of five instructors. Other instructors are Dr. Clare A. Gunn, Wendell G. Horsley, Everett E. Janne and Robert F. White. Dr. Gunn is a licensed land scape architect and Ph.D. gradu ate of the University of Michigan. His experience ranges from illus tration engineer and research as sociate in tourist and resort build ings to extension specialist in tourism recreation development and land and water conservation. He is professor of tourism recreation development at Texas A&M. Horsley has degrees in adver tising design and art history fro: the University of Denver. Heht taught art, advertising design a» art history at the University ol Illinois and Southwestern Louisi ana. Currently associate professor(! architectural design at Aii Horsley has experience in prfr duction art for retail advertisiif, publications design, art direction and visual specialist for ttf Texas Agricultural Extensioi Service. Janne is ornamental plants atl landscaped area specialist will the Texas Agricultural Extensioi Service. He will teach site desigi and ground form. White, head of A&M’s Land- cape Architecture Department, will teach development of land scape architecture from 1840-1931 and the professional landscapf architect. Rucker will teach elements of landscape architectural desigi and execution of landscape arclii- tectural design. Thi as ft Cong ern s Soi Hoar cast nist other been in lal wher He regir five ed ir La repo agen the] “Love your neighbor as yourself’; “Love your enemies”; “God loved the world so much that He gave H\s on\y Son, that everyone who has faith in Him may not die but have eternal life.’’-Jesus Christ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE STATION Only One Block Off Campus At North Gate Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship Services 8:30, 10:45 a.m. & 7:20 p.m. • */'\v \v v'v* . .’v ^ v.".'.".; ■IP: