The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 15, 1970, Image 3

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THERE ARE APARTMENTS AND THEN THERE IS TANGLEWOOD SOUTH For Those who Desire Quiet Luxury Living, Excellent Location and Congenial Atmosphere. $145. - $260. (Furnished, Slightly Higher) Incomparably Beautiful SHORT TERM SUMMER LEASE AGREEMENTS is S Assigned Covered Parking, Enclosed tios, or Balconies miently Located to TAMU, • Decorator Designed - 8 Decora Furnished/Unfurnished • Fully Carpeted/Draped - Color Coordinated Appliances—Central A&H • 1, 2, 3 BR Flat or Townhouse - 1. l J /6, 2, 2 Mi baths ' Separate Adult/Family Areas Professional Landscaping • Staffed Nursery - Fenced In Equipped Playground Area Conv School Bus Service jigr Pai nve: Shopping Center Three Spacious Recreat.on and Game Rooms, Two Deli( Pools Rooms, Two ghtful Two Laundry Areas Professionally Managed FOR LEASING INFORMATION CALL 846-2026 Dorothy Shipper Youngblood, Mgr. Dorothy Brown, Asst. Mgr. CASA CHAPULTEPEC OPEN 11:00 A. M. CLOSE 10:00 P. M. 1315 COLLEGE AVENUE — PHONE 822-9872 SPECIALS GOOD TUE-» WED., THUR. BEEF TACOS, BEANS - RICE CHEESE TACOS. BEANS - RICE CHALUPAS WITH GUACAMODE CHALUPAS WITH CHEESE - BEANS HOME MADE TAMALES WITH FRIED BEANS BEEF ENCHILARAS. BEANS - RICE CHEESE ENCHILADAS. BEANS - RICE CHILES RELLENOUS WITH SPANISH RICE AND CHEESE SAUCE GUACAMOLE SALAD - 2 CRISPY TACOS MEXICAN DINNER COMPLETE TO TAKE OUT FIESTA DINNER Guacamole Salau, Beef Taco, Three Enchiladas, Beans, Rice Tortillas and Hot Cheese Dip and Tortilla Chips Regular gj-a -| gv $1.50 epJL.l” OR DINE IN TACO DINNER Two Beef Tacos, One Chili Con Queso, Guacamole Salad, Tortillas and Hot Sauce, Cheese Dip and Tortilla Chips. heese Dip Regular $1.25 THE BATTALION Tuesday, September 15, 1970 College Station, Texas Page 3 UCCF coerced, CCOC charges AGGIES LEARNED A NEW “WILDCAT” Friday night at the Town Hall concert when Pacific Gas and Electric was surrounded by a crowd of approximately 800 people giving the familiar “peace' sign. The crowd did not disperse till the rock group finished, ap proximately five minutes after they were supposed to. (Photo by Hayden Whitsett) The Campus Committee of Con cern, an off-campus students group, claimed Monday night that administration pressure convinced the United Campus Christian Fel lowship to deny them space to meet in the Coffee Loft this year. The organization met in the Coffee Loft last year, but now plans to meet every Monday in the University Lutheran Church’s Student Center. Richard Stadelman, chairman of the UCCF board, said there has not been an “absolute” de cision on the matter. The board will meet Sunday at 2:30 p.m. to decide the question, he said. “There has been no official pressure from the administration and no unofficial pressure as far as I am aware,” he said. “The board is aware, however, that the administration has been hostile to the CCOC and that may influ ence the board. “There has been some pressure from the First Christian Church of Bryan. They have passed a resolution barring non-church- sponsored groups from meeting in the Coffee Loft,” he said. “This is the issue that will be voted on Sunday. The UCCF is an organization of the Christian, United Church of Christ and Pres byterian churches in Bryan and College Station, and the full board will vote on this resolu tion.” Pastor Hugh Beck, minister, said that his church has a policy of allowing “any and all groups” to meet in the student center. FOR BEST RESULTS TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES One day per v per word each additional daj Minimum charge—75< Classified Display $1.00 per column inch each insertion DEADLINE 4 p.m. day before publication FOR RENT Furnished apartment for graduate stu- itlits only. $65.00, bills paid. 846-5990. 9t4 KENT A HOME TRINITY GARDEN DUPLEXES 2 Bedrooms Wz Baths Central Heat & Air Fully Carpeted & Draped All Electric Kitchens Attached Garage with Washer and Dryer Connections Privately Fenced Back Yard 1 Block from Elementary School 3 Blocks from Proposed High School (Fall ’71) For Rental Information 846-3988 9tfn 8 M projector and films for rent—Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 136tfn WORK WANTED Would like to baby-sit. 846-9727. 6tfn Tennis racket restnnging nylon and gut. Call 846-4477. upplies 123tfn SPECIAL NOTICE BILL’S TOP SHOP Seat Covers Vinyl Tops Installation Repairs Reconditioning Auto Carpets Headliners 1008 W. 25th, Bryan 822-4918 9t4 PARAPSYCHOLOGY. Forming s m group of ACTIVELY interested to sci< tifically study and report on the parani mat. Mark Worley. P. O. Box 3156 CS. 1 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 HORSES BREAKING-TRAINING FOR Riding—Roping Cutting—Harness Barrel Racing REGISTERED QUARTERHORSE STUD SERVICE Horses Boarded and Stabled By Day Or Month Reasonable Rates - Modern Facilities SHELTON’S HORSE TRAINING FARM MILLIGAN, TEXAS TRAINER—J. M. SHELTON MAILING ADDRESS RT. 3, BOX 101-C NAVASOTA, TEXAS 77868 Typing, full time. Notary Public, Bank- Antricard accepted, 823-6410 or 823-3838. JOtfn TYPING, electric. Close to campus. Expe- inced. Reasonable. 846-2934. Itfn Typing. Electric, symbols, experienced. Mf.8165. 132tfn WANTED Female roommate to share two iplex. Call Taffi, 846-9036 after bedroom 5. 9tfn Guitar in good condition. Prefer Yama- *•. Hohner, Greco, or Gaya. 823-0632. 9t4 3 section photograph light stands, 12 or |i inch reflectors. Please call 823-8131 ext. ». leave message. 8t2 JE BUY ALMOST ANYTHING—AGGIE DEN (next to Loupot's). 135tfn We buy magazines, pocket books, tapes, ^Pe decks, etc. We buy almost anything •I value—Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn 'Ve buy used magazines, pocket books, dayboys,—Aggie Den. 135tfn Aggie Den open from 8 night, 7 days each week, to Loupot’s). m. till mid- Aggie Den (next 135tfn 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 Female students invited to the Aggie Den - from 8 a. m. till midnight, 7 days a week. 135tfn Maggies invited to the Aggie Den - Come in the fun - open 8 a. m. till midnight, 135tfn join the fun - open 7 days a week. Aggies! - Bring your date to the Aggie Den and enjoy billiards and pin-ball—Ag gie Den. 135tfn Ladies invited to the Aggie Den - Get up a party and come enjoy the Aggie Den, 307 University. 135tfn ion pel Wood’s Furniture Center, 800 Texas enue. Telephone 823-0947. This retail offers you the finest in 1 Av- fur- home 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. CHILD CARE Graduate student’s wife will care for le or two children, one year and up. Very reasonable. 701 Edgemore, 846-9537. one or two ch Graduate student’s wife will care for children one year and up. Very reasonable. 846-9537. 6t3 one or two Child care with experience; need n recruits. 846-6636. 1 new 133tfn 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. 13 2t21 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. Ihgebrog Bengs COOK — Rachel Benson Mrs. Larry Jones, R.N., B.S. DIREC TOR Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jones — OWNERS We are schools. •ry e now registering for our Fall 823-8626 131tl2 FOR SALE 8-track made to order, regular price, 2 albums plus blank for $5.25. Call Sandy at 845-4101. 9t2 Frigidaire air-conditioner, 220 volts, 1 ton $75.00. Call before 5 at 823-0368. 9t4 Gold Opel GT 1969. $2400. Call 846-4489 after 5. 9t4 Tapes, tapes, 8 track - brand new, guaranteed perfect - latest country west ern, rock - soul — The very latest releases, all artists — Fantastic prices — only $4.75 each — Tell your friends about this deal— Aggie Den. 9tfn Racquel Welch posters - new release - beautiful - also many new red hot posters arriving daily - Come see—Aggie Den 9tfn DESK AND CHAIRS Office - Study - Secretarial New and Used Sacrifice While They Last KRAFT FURNITURE CO. Downtown Bryan 9t3 Girlie films - Beaver - 8M black and whites - 200 foot rolls—regularly $30.00 per roll, new 3 rolls for $25.00. Limited supply—Aggie Den. 8tfn AKC Belgian sheepdog. $100 or best offer. 846-6747. 8t5 12 x 60 mobile home. Call 822-1462. 6tfn OFFICIAL NOTICE Official noti of Student Pu 1 p.m. ial notices must arrive in the Oflice ent Publications before deadline of of the day proceeding publication. THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Brown, James Edmond Degree: Ph.D. in Animal Breeding Dissertation : A COMPARISON OF FIVE STOCHASTIC MODELS ON THEIR ABILITY TO DESCRIBE THE WEIGHT- AGE RELATIONSHIP IN CATTLE. Time: September 22, 1970 at 3:00 p. m. Place: Room 203 in the Animal Science Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College It is now time for all Corps lizatio s Accounts, Civilian Government Organizations, Depart- and Professional Clubs, Hometown is, Horn MSG Advised Account, Sports Clubs, Stu- mental and Frofessi and International Clubs, Honor Societies, Kecognization by the University, at the Student Finance Center, MSC, 8-12, 1-4, Mon. - Fri. Deadline October 1, 1970. 3tl6 HELP WANTED STUDENTS 1 $3.00 plus per hour. Appl amada Inn. 8:00 p. m. today or 3 :0 p. m. or 8 :00 p. m. tomorrow. No phone call please. Mr. Smith. Ramada Inn. 8:00 m. today or 3 : For set up and installation for mobile homes. Will consider two or three day week man. Inquire in person. Nelson South Texas, College l 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 LOST Lost: Watch at MSC Billiard Room, Friday night. Substantial reward upon return. Moses 205, 845-3284. 9tl TRANSMISSIONS REPAIRED & EXCHANGED Completely Guaranteed Lowest Prices HAMILL’S TRANSMISSION - 33rd. & Texas Ave. Bryan 822-6874 I SOSOLIKS TV & RADIO SERVICE Zenith - Color & B&W - TV AH Makes B&W TV Repairs 713 S. MAIN 822-2133 Mobile Home Station. Inqui ■, 811 lege 9tfn INTERESTED IN MAKING $50 to $75 PER WEEK WORKING OWN HOURS. CALL 846-4781 BETWEEN 6 AND 7 P. M. 9t4 Students work full or part-time. $3 per that a car red. For interviews, call 823-1236 or 823-0106. 133t30 O bUUtlll CM W K lull VI L-LIIIlt; hour guaranteed and chances th: and scholarship are being offer information and interviews, call 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 WHITE AUTO STORES Bryan and College Station can save you up to 40% on auto parts, oil, filters, etc. 846-5626. 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 TOTAL ENVIRONMENT Surfboards, Posters, Leather, and More Open Daily 6 to 10 Thursday 10 to 9 29th at Stillmeadow in Wee Village 846-0324 4tl4 POSTERS - POSTERS - POSTERS - POSTERS. The kind you like—Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn 4 and 8 track tapes, 5 for $15.00 guara teed—Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). X35t Bumper stickers - Bumper stickers Bumper stickers - Bumper stickers - kinds — Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn rs - All Tape decks, 4 and 8 track tapes, cassette tapes, radios, cassette ta] is, radios, cas sticks, girli< rack tapes, cassette pe players. Jointed zines, girlie films. —Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). Jointed cue sticks from $9.95 to $15.00— :tion—Aggie Den (next to Lou- good selec pot’s). 135tfn 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. 136tfn 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. 845-2803 129tfn FOUND White, long-haired cat. 846 6566. . 8t4 DR. G. A. SMITH Optometrist Specializing in eye examinatian & contact lenses DIAL 822-3557 DOWNTOWN BRYAN • Watch Repairs • Jewelry Repair • Diamond Senior Rings • Senior Rings Refinished C. W. Varner & Sons Jewelers North Gate 846-5816 Rentals-Sales-Service TYPEWRITERS Terms Distributors For: Royal and Victor Calculators & Adding Machines Smith-Corona Portables CATES TYPEWRITER CO 909 S. Main 822-6000 Campus Briefs ★ A ★ Electrical engineering given scholarships The recipients of three scholar ships provided by Texas Power and Light Company have been selected by the faculty of the Electrical Engineering Depart ment and announced by Dr. W. B. Jones, head. Glenn Alan Shankle, junior from Lake Jackson, and John H. Zemanek, Palacios senior, were awarded $600 each, half for the present semester and half for the spring term, Jones said. Claud R. Mostyn, senior, Waco, received $120 for the Fall. Jones indicated the selections were made on the basis of out standing achievement and inter est in a career in power system engineering. ★ ★ ★ A&M professors to be in costal conference Three professors will partici pate in the 12th International Conference on Coastal Engineer ing opening Sunday in Washing ton, D. C. Presenting technical papers at the week-long meeting will be Dr. John B. Herbich and Dr. Rob ert M. Sorensen of the Civil En gineering Department’s Coastal and Ocean Engineering Division and Dr. Roy Hann of the Environ mental Engineering Division. Dr. Herbich, head of the Coast al and Ocean Engineering Di vision, also will serve as chairman for one of the conference sessions. Herbich’s paper is entitled “Comparison of Model and Beach Scour Patterns.” Dr. Sorensen will present two papers, “Characteristics of Long Waves Broken by Longshore Bar” and “Scour Around a Circular Cylinder Due to Wave Motion.” The first paper was co-authored by C. E. McNair and the latter by Lt. Comdr. D. R. Wells. Dr. Hann’s paper is entitled “Relationship Between Dredging and Pollution.” Lawy< TROPHIES PLAQUES Engraving Service Ask About Discounts Texas Com Exchange, Inc. 1018 S. Texas 822-5121 Bob Boriskie ’55 COINS SUPPLIES AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 340C S. College 823-8051 er (Continued from page 1) allowed defenses of “accident” and “mistake of fact.” Goode ruled against Brink’s motions and the defense lawyer muttered “I thought as much.” He also referred to the judge as “capricious” in his summary. Goode told the lawyer his name was very appropriate because he was on the brink of being found in contempt.” He warned Brink to discontinue his “intended de rogatory remarks.” The jury deliberated about 25 minutes before finding Baker guilty, but added they felt the yellow stripe should be extended through the intersection so the question “will not occur again.” Baker posted an appeal bond of $50 Monday morning and has filed an appeal in the county court. He said he did not know when his trial will come up. BROWN - ALLEN MOTOR CO. OLDSMOBILtE SALES - SERVICE “Where satisfaction is standard equipment” 2400 Texas Ave. Secure is the now way to feel. It’ll always be the now way to feel—because it feels good. Anxiety is bad. Financial anxiety is very bad. Avoid it through planning. Invest now in a life insurance program that will provide the foundation for a solid financial structure. 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