The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 18, 1973, Image 3

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

■dent andh omplaint i e cases, |g ou may con delations ft Bryant, erthome,: 845-2982, J ie BRC ni a Comnisi ^ynt ilty to pn he arts, I| t provide | simply 4 vant to idee a kind ofi narrownesj > all we a, .dministn’* fine arts t of Philos ★ referents I pparent to &M; the# between I •ps member, is unneesa the detiiu ly as a surish, tks be united rat A&M, for its p ■lerance is of petty rgest that Id attempi fied with Susan Si 0 BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES One day 5? per word 4c per word each additional day Minimum charge—75c Claasified Display {1.00 per column inch each insertion DEADLINE 4 p.m. day before publication FOR SALE Need cheap, dependable transportation 7 — jverhaul, new Call J9C4 VW for sale. Recent jpholstery, good condition. upholstery, sfter 5:00. 846-0077 283tfn Registered good ladies quarter teen a horse for sale; ager's pleasure mare, olorful, 16 hand sorrel filly $350 ; older grade ith young people $200. 283t8 good producer $650; colorful, 15 ha gelding $600; black filly $350 ; old mare, gentle, good with young people $200. Call 846-2883 or 846-8341 after 5. Looking for chairs, dinettes, refrigera- esT We have them sap. Call 846-8341 lor prices and appoint- mts. 283t8 lor, stoves or antique cheap. Call 846-8341 fo New skin diving equipment. Call 846- 4815. 28314 Quality flute, like new, bargain. 639- 3684, College Station. 28314 Let White's Auto Store, College Station, serve you with your hardware and plumb ing needs, North Gate. 231tfn ' 1972 Kawasaki 500, 1300 miles. Luggage rack. Equity, assume payments, $31 month. Call 846-6013 anytime (work odd hours). B-4-B College View. 1968 Fastback Mustang. Lime-gold, 302 V8, dish mags. Uarcelona Apartments, No. 1705. Phone 693-2319. 281t3 sarpets, good condition, $16.00 sach, 10 X 12, greens and golds. Call each, 10 x 12, greer Houston 713/926-9026. 281tfn ’66 CONTINENTAL, AIR, POWER, RADIALS, V-8 "460” $895.00 ’63 AVANTI, AIR, POWER, RADIALS, V-8 "289” $2250. ’61 CHEVY DOUBLE CAV PICK-UP $195- 00. ’55 FORD J/j TON PICK-UP $125.00. ’65 CHEVY EL CAMINO PICK-UP $575.00. ’49 FORD, 2-DOOR V-8, FLAT-BED $95.00. 608 SOUTH BRYAN. 822-2098. 278tfn 1972 Yamaha 100, mint condition, never excellent la loo, mint c< ridden off road. Low mileage, excellent campus bike. $365. Phone 846-6981. 276tfn 71 YAMAHA Enduro 360 "Must be seen to appreciate” Call 846-3089 after 5:30 Also, Green Vinyl Swivel Rocker, $10. 276tfn Water fan ; many technical college books. 846-6054. 273tfn TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED Redmond Terrace Drugs Phone 846-1113 1402 Hwy. 6-South College Station, Texas Prescriptions, Etc. Charge Accounts Invited Free Delivery -EVERYDAY- OPEN 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Mon. Thru Sat. PREMIUM DOUGLAS TIRES F60 x 15 Glasbelt $39.95 G60 x 15 Glasbelt $41.95 Includes Fed. Tax. Others at similar low prices. All tires mounted and high speed balanced at NO EXTRA CHARGE. Havoline, Amalie, Conoco, Phillips 66, Gulflube — 35c qt. SPARK PLUGS A.C., Champion, Autolite 69^ Each Alternators 18.95 exchange Starters - Generators from 14.95 exchange Most any part l»r most American and some Foreign cars at dealer price Your Lawnboy and Friedrich Dealer “We accept BankAmericard - Mastercbarge” Except on Prestone Joe Faulk Auto Parts 220 E. 25 822-1669 Giving Better Service For 27 Years In Bryan SPECIAL NOTICE TAMSS Anyone needing help with a fresh man level course maye sign up for free tutoring at any one of three booths in the MSC lobby. Academic Building, and the Library. Tues. - Wed. - Thurs. 9:00 - 5:00 gr; at Stud New MSu day-Friflay. Graduation announcements for Decem ber graduates go on sale Sept. 12-Oct. 12 dent Finance Center, Room 217— MSC- from 8 :00 a.m.-4 :00 p.m. Mon- 277t22 AGGIE DBN Fool, dominoes, pin ball. Now serving beer Mon.-Fri. 6 to "v p.m. Sat. and Sun. 6 to 10 p.m. 25^ a can. Across campus at Northgate. 264tfn 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 67tfn EVENING & WEEKEND CHILD CARE Central Air & Heat Fenced Yard 3 yr. Old Companion Call: 823-7814 For More Information After 6 :30 p. m. Mon.-Fri. 6:00 p. m. Till Sat.-Sun 8:00 a. m. Till FOR RENT 2 apartments: 1 bedroom, bath, kitchen, living room. Also, 1 bedroom in house in Bryan. 2 blocks from main street on West 28th. 822-3313. 282t2 ATTENTION MARRIED COUPLES. One _j „ ' ' ^ .-l.j i its. Ready mg. Country atmosphere. 823-0934 or after 6, 846-3408 ampus. ashateria on grounds. Call D. R. Cain Co., 822-6135. 166tfn Apartment for rent to two boys, apiece. Apartment for one boy—$65. 5124 from 8 to 5 and 846-6132 $45 $65. 845- after 7. 277tfn Available Oct. 1st, 3 bedroom brick near A&M. A couple preferred. 846-7037. 279tfn MOBILE TOWN PARK Mobile Homes & Spaces for Rent Natural Gas—Pool—Near A&M Stables — TV Cable Local Moving Service Air Conditioning Service 400 Ehlinger Dr. 822-5358 NEED STORAGE? U-STOW & GO At 2206 Pinfeather Rd. Bryan, Texas Hobbies—Antiques Housewares—Workshops— Commercial Many, Many More Six Sizes to Fit Your Needs 822-6618 162tfn WORK WANTED PERSONAL To the students and personnel of TAMU. —Do you need to buy quality furniture 7 Disco-int Furniture sells and offers to you quality and national brand furniture at discount prices. You must see us befo you buy. Free delivery, offered if desired. Locatic :r of exas Ave. Next door to Emj mmission. Phone 822-1227. If mnot afford no at Discount Furni- I6tfn dget plan ocation: 601 North Texas Ave., corner of East 22nd and North Texas Ave. Next door to Employ ment Commission. Phone 822-1227. If you need furniture, you cannot afford not to see us before you bu ture Co. 136 LOST Lost gold round locket with inscription on back. Call 845-2780. 283t4 SOSOLIK'S TV & RADIO SERVICE Zenith - Color & B&W - T 1 All Makes B&W TV Repairs 713 S. MAIN 822-2133 Typing — fast, expert — proposals, theses. 846-6196 after 5 :30 and week-ends. 283tfn HELP WANTED FRY COOKS FOUNTAIN CURB ATTENDANTS Day or Night Shifts Part or Full Time SONIC DRIVE-IN 104 University 275tfn FULL OR PART-TIME Waitresses (Hours to be arranged) OAKRIDGE SMOKEHOUSE 807 Texas 846-6290 283t2 HELP WANTED R.N. needed full-time as charge nurse on 11-7 shift. R.N. needed as relief charge nurse on 11-7 shift. Top pay, good working conditions. Shift dif ferential, plus mileage. Also needed, L.V.N. medication nurse for 11-7 shift full-time. Call or come to Grimes Me morial Hospital, 210 S. Judson, Nava- sota, Texas 77868, (713) 825-6586. Ask for Mrs. Winkelmann, Director of Nurses, or Mr. Fraley, Administrator. 266tfn Need part time students for morni work from 7 to noon. Apply Bryan Co. 701 Texas. mg Ice 279tfn FOUNTAIN GIRL & CURB WAITRESS full time. Apply in person. SONIC Drive-In 104 East University College Station 273tfn WANTED Typing - fast, expert - proposals, theses. 846-6196 after 6:30 and week-ends. 281tfn Typing. Experienced, fast, accurate. All kinds. 822-0544. 233tfn Experienced typing, electric, near campus. 846-6551. 209tfn Typing. Call 845-2451. Ask for Kathy. Gig ’em. Bob. 62tfn Full time typing. Call 823-7723 or 823- 3838. 267tfn FOR BEST RESULTS TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED SOUTHGATE VILLAGE APARTMENTS Family size apartments with lots of closet space. Individually controlled refrigerated air. Cable TV connections. Complete laundry facilities. ALL UTILITIES PAID One, two, three & four bedroom apart ments from $104.00. Some available now. Married students welcome. 134 Luther (off old hwy. 6 so., C. S.) Rental Office 846-3702 AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 3400 S. College 823-8051 Would the witness to the accident Mon day morning September 3 in the parking lot No. 5 in front of the cyclotron between chevy station wagon and green falcon, antact this number 846-6743. Your ■eatly 283t4 he please contact this number 84( help is needed and would be greatij appreciated. OFFICIAL NOTICE Official notices must arrive in the Office of Student Publications before deadline of 1 p. m. of the day preceding publication. THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Minor, Dennis Earl Degree: Ph.D. in English Dissertation : THE EVOLUTION OF PUR ITANISM INTO THE MASS CULTURE OF EARLY NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICA. Time: September 21, 1973 at 2:00 p. m. Place: Room 576 in ED LA. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Seaver, William Lance Degree: Ph.D. in Statistics Dissertation: A MULTIVARIATE ANAL YSIS OF THE FINANCIAL STRUC TURE OF SELECTED INDUSTRIES. Time: September 18, 1973 at 3:00 p. m. Place: Room 102 in the Olin E. Tei Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College eague PETS Free kittens to good home. 301 Pershing. 846-7220. Box trained. 283t2 Barcelona ki ni,u o» n< i NoworiN \ ok silk mon 7U4) Doinituk ( .ill S4<> I 7()'Mni lufin nLitimi 1 mile from campus Volleyball Court & Swimming Pool Recreation & Club Rooms AH Utilities & TV Cable paid Now Available 1 Bedroom, 1 baths 2 Bedrooms, IV2 baths 2 Bedrooms, 2 baths FAMILY AND STUDENT SECTIONS. Travis House Apartments 505 Hwy. 30 C.S. — 846-6111 Adult - Student & Family Section Special Student Roommate Plan 4 Students — $57.40 Each Summer Lease 2 Pools - 2 Laundry Rooms BELAIR mobile home PARK Swimming Pool Large Recreational Park • All City Utilities Ideal place for student couples BRYAN’S NEWEST AND FINEST 2201 Leonard Road 822-2421 — 822-2326 This is Living, |l Tennis Private Club\ Swimming Men’s 6* Women’s Sauna and Exercise Room 1201 Hwy. 30 | College Station (713) 846-8561 LEASING NOW FOR AUGUST NEWEST — MODERN — CONVENIENT — COLORFUL • Large Living Areas — (650 to 1360 Sq. Ft.) • A&M Bus Service • W/D Connections • 10 Floor Plans • Shag Carpet • Car Ports • Door to Door Trash Pick-ups • 2 Recreation Rms. • Individual A/C and Heating • 2 Pools & Saunas • 1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms • Studios • Utilities Paid • Near Schools, Shopping & Parks • Student Rates • Separate Singles & Family. More Of Those Extras For You— Rents Start At $137.50 up. GENERAL^ ELECTRIC HICKORY HILLS MOBILEJIOME PARK •i wiii e, po -Rec. hall & pool for families -Picnic tables & Bar-B-Cue pits ng -Paved streets, driveways & patios -Underground utilities -Planned community activities Rentals Available Beck Street tental 2001 822-6912 COUNTRY STYLE LIVING !*i^ HWY. 2818 at industrial Park (773) 822-7650. THE BlA < TTykLICD^4 Tuesday, September 18, 1973 College Station, Texas Page 3 Building Dedicated to Adams President Jack Williams un veiled a plaque Saturday nam ing the E. V. Adams Band Build ing. “This building is dedicated to Lt. Col. E. V. Adams, Class of 1929,” the bronze marker re vealed. “For 27 years (1946-1973) he was the master bandmaster and mentor of more than 3,000 Aggie Bandmen, offering to each man dignity, self-discipline and endur ing pride,” the plaque continued. Lions Support Trash Ruling The Brazos County Lions Club, as a project, will be selling plas tic bags to College Station resi dents as a result of the city ordinance which requires trash to be enclosed in proper bags. The ordinance states that the bag must be plastic and meet cer tain requirements such as thick ness (2 millimeters). The law went into effect Sept. 1. Bags may be bought the re mainder of this week from 5:30 p.m. until 7 p.m. in the parking lot of the College Station City Hall. The Lions Club will also sell the bags from 9 to 11 each Saturday morning as long as the demand lasts. The goal of this project, said Lions member Charles Johnson, “is to make sure that the resi dents are able to easily get the needed bags, because often the local merchants will carry bags that do not meet the requirements of the ordinance.” Simmang Receives Endowment Dr. Clifford M. Simmang, head of TAMU’s Mechanical Engineer ing Department, has been named as the Dietz Professor in Mechan ical Engineering, announced Col lege of Engineering Dean Fred J. Benson. The position is sponsored through the Gulf Oil Corporation Endowed Professorship in Me chanical Engineering in honor of Thomas A. Dietz, a 1931 gradu ate of TAMU ^nd senior vice president of the Gulf Research and Development Co. at the time of his death in 1969. The professorship is funded with a $125,000 endowment made to TAMU’s Mechanical Engineer ing Department in 1970 by Gulf. The firm has been increasing its support in such educational fields as sociological sciences,, urban de sign and city planning and cer tain areas in the humanities as well as in the engineering dis ciplines. The endowment honoring Dietz, who was active in developing the company’s nuclear energy activ ities, is part of approximately $3 million Gulf gives annually to col leges and universities. “And they stepped off—for ‘The Colonel’ — with a special march ing magic that turned the heads and stirred the hearts of all who watched . . .” The ceremony was one of a series of activities centered on the Texas Aggies’ 1973 football opener with Wichita State. A Corps of Cadets march-in marking the debut of the Par sons Mounted Cavalry and a sa lute for Texas A&M and the na tion’s military men who protect the peace were game features. Also, a Century Club luncheon addressed by Dean J. M. Prescott and meeting of the Texas Aggie Band Association highlighted the day. The Saturday “Keeping the Peace” theme was the first of a football weekend series outlining “Service to People” by TAMU. “In naming this building, we recognize a man who deserves to be honored,” Dr. Williams said. “Col. Adams has attributes sim ply possessed by few.” “He knows how to lead with out appearing to do so,” the pres ident added. “I watched from the edge of the practice field one afternoon and heard Col. Adams say, ‘That’s just fine; we’ll do it again’.” “The main thing he taught us,” Band Commander Mike Phillips Texas Senator Robert A. “Bob” Gammage will speak Wednesday at A&M on the 18 to 20-year-olds new rights and responsibilities. Gammage wrote the contro versial Senate Bill 123 which ex tended full legal rights and privi leges to 18, 19 and 20-year-olds. The Houston senator’s talk, “The 18-Year-Old: Rights and Responsibilities,” will be pre sented in the public-free Political Forum noon series. Chairman Ed Jarrett said the first school year program of Political Forum will be in Rooms 229 and 230 of the Memorial Student Center. SB 123 became effective Sept. 1. It allows, among other things, 18 to 20-year-olds to buy and con sume alcoholic beverages, exercise contractual rights, serve on state juries and consent to medical treatment, including abortions, without parental consent. The measure was hotly con tested in the Senate and House. Gammage served in the Texas House of Representatives in 1971- 72, before election to a 1973-77 Senate term. The Houston attor ney chairs the Public Health and Welfare subcommittee. He is vice chairman of Consumer Af fairs and Criminal Matters sub committees and serves on Juris prudence, Human Resources and Economic Development Commit tees. remarked, “is that no one re ceives the greatest things in life unless he works for it. We are proud to have served in your band, sir.” TAB A President Joe B u s e r said the retired Dean of SWC Bandmasters emphasized never being satisfied with anything less than perfection. “And he showed us that perfection was possible,” Buser said. “If John Phillip Sousa didn’t have the personnel with the de sire to work and perspire,” Col. Adams told more than 400 at tending the band reunion, “he could not have achieved his rec ord. I pay tribute to the men in the Aggie Band who made its accomplishments possible.” Dr. Prescott addressed some 400 alumni and friends of the university at the Association of Former Students’ annual Cen tury Club luncheon. He outlined the university’s various science and related pro grams and noted the number of students majoring in science in creased about 1,000 within the past three years. The dean also discussed re search activities, pointing out that even seemingly pointless re search projects can quite possibly produce significant and practical results. The 35-year-old solon was voted this year the Outstanding Sena tor of the 63rd Legislature by the Texas Intercollegiate Stu dents Association. As a representative, Gammage worked on Criminal Jurispru dence, Counties, Higher Educa tion, Juvenile Crime and Delin quency, and Youth, committees. He has degrees in social science education and history, with a teaching certificate in the former. Gammage was graduated from the UT Law School in 1969. His numerous professional and civic activities include service on the steering Committee of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism of Texas and the consumer affairs com mittee, Council of State Govern ments, Southern Conference. RENT A 1973 DODGE BY THE DAY OR WEEK HALSELL MOTOR CO. INC. 1411 TEXAS 823-8111 Les Lyons Campus Representative 707 University Drive College Station, Texas 77840 Phone 846-7027 Hotv*s This for A Young Man with A Future? He’s bright, ambitious, and well on the road to success as a career life underwriter. His performance surpassed all others in August . That’s why he’s Provident Mutual’s “Campus Man of the Month.” And we’d like to point out something significant to his clients and to those who may not be his clients—yet. Outstanding performance is never a matter of luck. It results when an agent is totally committed to the best interests of his clients . . . never when he’s not. A good agent always remem bers this. And so do his clients. PROVIDENT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA mm HARRY DISHMAN Sales & Service 603 Texas Ave. C.S. across from campus — 846-3316 Softer 2708 moloney bryon.texas 77301 OPEN NOW! With a complete line of maternity wear, infants’ wear, and toys! Call 823-7910 1974 AGGIELAND Class Picture Schedule FRESHMEN A-M Sept. 10-14 N-S Sept. 17-21 T-Z Sept. 24-28 Pictures will be taken from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. UNIVERSITY STUDIO 115 N. Main (Bring fee slips) North Gate Gammage to Give Speech on Rights •*/ V- •Vi;