The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, June 04, 1975, Image 4

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Page 4 THE BATTALION WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1975 Old army housing destroyed With all of the construction going on on campus an empty shell of a building isn t an unfamiliar sight. The building pictured at left however is not located on the TAMU main campus, but across University Dr. in the married student housing area. The older barracks type buildings are gradually being re placed by more modern apartment type housing. Photo b> Tom Ka yS er Stephenville landmark undergoing restoration A Tarleton State University pro fessor, Dr. O. A. Grant, is preserv ing a precious piece of Texanna by restoring the oldest home in Stephenville. HAVE YOU TRIED ONE OF THE CAPTAIN’S TABLE CHICKEN FRIED STEAKS LATELY? ALLEN Oldsmobile Cadillac SALES - SERVICE “Where satisfaction is standard equipment" 2401 Texas Ave. 823-8002 When the last owner of the house died, Grant took the opportunity to buy the old home and went to work to restore it to its 1857 specifica tions. Problems became legion for Grant since the original ownership records went up with the cour thouse in an early fire, leaving him to scour the nation for the legal heirs. As he, his wife and his sister began to lift the veneer of more than a hundred years of occupancy, a primitively beautiful structure of native stone began to appear. A pair of keystone flat arch fireplaces was discovered and sandblasting of the stone yielded memorabilia such as an unfired government .44 caliber cartridge, an 1865 penny, and a Mexican quarter — all apparently stuck in crevices and preserved for Grant’s exploration when the walls were plastered over. The chairman of Tarleton’s Social Science Department is rebuilding FSB SHUGART COUPON 52222*1 Fri. & Sat. June 6 & 7 Gibson Discount Center 1420 Texas Ave. 9 WALLET SIZE COLOR PORTRAITS 994 ****** > ASK % M. About Our i mm * \s X 10/ ++ OFFER J ******* Extra charge for GROUPS ,******* » Snack Bar 7 a.m . — 10 p.m. MONDAY EVENING TUESDAY EVENING SPECIAL WEDNESDAY SPECIAL Mexican Fiesta EVENING SPECIAL Salisbury Steak Dinner Chicken Fried Beef with Two Cheese and Steak w/cream Mushroom Gravy Onion Enchiladas Gravy Whipped Potatoes w/chili Whipped Potatoes and Your Choice of Mexican Rice Choice of one other One Vegetable Patio Style Pinto Beans Vegetable Roll or Corn Bread and Butter Tostadas Roll or Corn Bread and Butter Coffee or Tea Coffee or Tea Coffee or Tea One Corn Bread and Butter ivisc Cafeteria New and Better Than Ever. You Will Be Pleased With These Carefully Prepared and Taste Tempting Foods. Each Daily Special Only $1.39 Plus Tax. “Open Daily” Dining: 11 AM to 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM to 7 PM THURSDAY EVENING SPECIAL Italian Candle Light Spaghetti Dinner SERVED WITH SPICED MEAT BALLS AND SAUCE Parmesan Cheese - Tossed Green Salad Choice of Salad Dressing - Hot Garlic Bread Tea or Coffee FREE COUNTERFEIT MONEY. Each evening from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. any person who purchases food totaling $5.00 or more will receive a free enlarged reproduction of a REPUBLIC OF TEXAS FIVE DOLLAR BILL FRIDAY EVENING SPECIAL BREADED FISH FILET w/TARTAR SAUCE Cole Slaw Hush Puppies Choice of one vegetable Roll or Corn Bread & Butter Tea or Coffee SATURDAY NOON and EVENING SPECIAL “Yankee Pot Roast Texas Style” Tossed Salad Choice of one vegetable Roll or Corn Bread & Butter Tea or Coffee ‘Quality Firsf’i SUNDAY SPECIAL NOON and EVENING ROAST TURKEY DINNER Served with Cranberry Sauce Cornbread Dressing Roll or Corn Bread - Butter - Coffee or Tea Giblet Gravy And your choice of any One vegetable BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES ^SSffi^?^^SSgS»aSS3SS38ffiSS85SKSX: ilA^^vS^wa : r-:^a55!SS33S8SS8S* FOR RENT FOR SALE HELP WANTED the home by what he can tell from the original foundations and the memories of some aged residents of Stephenville. He is putting in a lad der and loft in the living room on the basis of an interview with a local octogenarian who recalled that the children of the family slept in the loft and even she had bunked there on occasion as a child. Grant is also planning on business giving history a helping hand. The restored home will he the front for a wholesale business where he can give vent to a lifetime hobby of growing and propagating decorative plants. The first greenhouse, al ready in place, drips with fusia, wandering jew, and exotic varieties of begonias, while the front of the house is erupting into a herb gar den. Another large area of the lot has been set aside for perennials. The house is scheduled for com pletion in time for the bi centennial. Grant has had varied careers. Be fore and after World War II he was a ‘special employee of the FBI and during the war he was a pilot with the famed “Black Cats” who harras- sed the Japanese fleet from their slow, lumbering patrol planes in the South Pacific. Accused of being a Renaissance man, he brushed the compliment aside, saying he’s just avoiding ever becoming bored. Dr. Grant is a winner of the pre stigious Piper Award for outstand ing teaching in Texas colleges and universities. As a teacher in Texas he is carry ing on a family tradition initiated when his father walked here from Georgia. One day 10c per word Minimum charge—$1.00 Classified Display $1.50 per column inch each insertion . DEADLINE 3 p.m. day before publication SPECIAL NOTICE 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 57tfn FOR SALE OR RENT CITADEL 104 Pleasant THE CITADEL NORTH 401 Laka Slraat 846-3856 1 and 2 bedroom furnished or un furnished, with or without bills paid. BELAIR Mobile Home Park Special for Students: Free lot for Horses 5 minutes from campus Swimming pool, TV cable, all city utilities, large lots. 822-2326 or 822-2421 Get the Best for Less 394tfn FOR RENT TRAVIS HOUSE APTS. 1 & 2 Bedroom 6 week and 3 month summer leases available now. 505 Hwy. 30 846-6111 BROADMOOR APARTMENTS 2 Bedroom, 1 bath, central air & heat, panelled, carpeted & & draped, close to school, University Shopping Center, & Medical Center, $155. unfur nished. $175 furnished. All bills paid including cable, or $125 unfurnished. $145 furnished including water and cable. Summer Leases Open 1503 Broadmoor 846-1297 or 846-2737 ’73 Suzuki GT250 Crash bar, helmet lock, riding pegs, helmet. 2400 miles, excellent condi tion, 14 months old, $629.95. 693-3374, 846-1791 12112 BR0MELIADS Backyard Greenhouse 400 Ehlinger 822-5358 12111 GET RICH QUICK! We won’t guarantee that, but we will show you how to get started. Sales is the way! $600 to $700 starting for those who qualify. Call 846-8702 MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE 1973 Honda CL350 Excellent condition, 1700 miles. Call 693-3480 after 5, or 845-3514, Roger Lawrence. 12111 JOB OPPORTUNITIES AIR CONDITIONERS Used, reconditioned, various kinds and sizes, good prices, 30 day guarantee. Call 822-1879, Purcell Air Conditioning 12111 *Y a >o ^ Mm? For employment information at Teias A&M University dial 845-4444 24 hoursa day. Equal Employment Opportunity through Affirmative Action. Texas A&M University MOBILE HOME V2 acre fenced sites. Swimming pool and horse facilities availa ble. 846-7366 or 846-3578 118t5 JVC 9805E AM-FM receiver and 8-track plaver, $fi(). 693-4093 or 845-1231. 121t2 WORK WANTED Typing. Experienced, fast, accurate. All kinds. 822- 0544 233tfn AVON Has Openings in this area. Customers waiting to be served. Cali 846-8224 Mu Clean, furnished 4 room duplex apartment, 10314 Fr ances Drive. Single man or woman preferred. $105 with all bills paid except air conditioning bill 846-5031. 121U 2 bedroom unfurnished apartment. Has refrigerator, stove, fenced yard and air conditioner, couple only. 639. 121 tfn Full time typing. Symbols. Call 823-7723. 392thi HELP WANTED INSTRUCTION $100 with.wafer paid. 309-B Foch. 846-51 LAKESIDE MOBILE PARK Inexpensive, private, all utilities, close to campus. 823-1787 after 5 2601 Rountree.off College Ave. Bryan 121t4 Furnished 2 bedroom mobile home on wooded 3 acres. Near Texas A&M. Summer only. $125 plus utilities. No pets. 846-8051, 822-5530. 1 IStfn ATTENTION MARRIED COUPLES. One and 2 bedroom furnished apartments. Ready for occupancy. l'/4 miles south of campus. Lake for fishing. Washateria on grounds. Country atmosphere. Call D. R. Cain Co., 823-0934 or after 5, 846-3059 or 822-6135. 166tfn 3 Itedroom house, unfurnished, near A&M Available July 1. Call 846-2344. 120t5 Horse pasture and stalls. 846-7015. 118116 Apartment for rent for 2 $45 apiece, 846-5132. lOtfn . Pinfeather Acres, mobile homes for rent, 822-2627. 81 tfn 1 bedroom apartment, furnished, all bills paid. Acme Realty, 822-6571. 105tfn 3 bedroom mobile home in Oak Forest Park, 846-1688. 108tfn For Battalion Classified Call 845-2226 2 bedroom brick house, unfurnished, near A&M. Call H46-2M4. 12015 Furnished one bedroom apartment downstairs, two bedroom apartment upstairs. Married couples only. Air conditioned, you pay bills. Cheap. 822-3627. U9tfn FOR SALE 69 Plymouth, a/c, [tower steering, 846-4220. 121t3 Electric stove, very good condition. Wards brand, ocado color, $75. 693-2590 after 5. 121 Bring your hikes to White’s Auto Store, College Station, your oldest and most dependable store, for parts, repair or trade and prices you like. RN needed full time on 11 to 7 shift. Shift dif ferential plus mileage. Call or come to Grimes Memo rial Hospital 210 S. Judson St. Navasota, Texas 77868 or 825-6585. Ask for Mrs. Winkelmann Director of Nurses or Mr. Fraley Ad ministrator. BELLY DANCING LESSONS Starts June 10 2 nights a week Instructor Paula Boatwright Call 823-7936 12111 Proficient rollerskater to work at Pooh's Park Skating Rink as floor man. Call 846-5737 or 846-5736. 120t2 Cocktail waitresses needed. Mansard House. Apply m person, 693-2200. Pent House I needs cocktail waitresses and bar help. Apply in person, 846-9384. 121tfn Full or part time work. Now hiring for summer. Mr. Zweifel, 846-5058. Call between 10 a m. and 4 p.m. i 21t2 One or two people to work 10a.m. to 3 p.m. Mon.-Frit Also one or two to work weekends and two or three nights a week. Sales or cashier experience helpful. Apply in person only, Whataburger, Bryan or College Station. 67tfn Register now for sununer or fall classes: 3.4. anil 51® olds. Child Care Center, First Baptist Church, ColW Station. Phone 846-6632. ROOMMATE WANTED. MALE ROOMMATE For summer or fall. 1 bedroom apart ment, air conditioning, $60 month. 3 blocks off campus. Clean, non-smoker preferred. G. M. Staff 845-1611 i2i* ROOM FOR RENT Private bedroom, close to campus. Kitchen, dryer privileges to female student. 845-44. - 846-0908 after 5. ^Uc^ertgie-^Ba^du/ih BUSINESS COLLEGE Inquire About Our Term Starting JUNE 17 Phone 822-6423 or 822-2368 AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES : Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 3400 S. College 823-8051 APARTMENT PLACEMENT SERVICE 3200 South College 823-7506 or 1800 Texas Ave. Select Your Roommates Now And Reserve the Apt. of Your Choice for the Summer or Fall Semester We Will Show You a Selection of Apartments in the B-CS Area. Our Services Free to You Ann Abbe 693-3555 Cynthia Jensen 846-2131 Murray Sebesta 846-3060 Sue Pitts 846-1924 Joan Bowling 693-4663 J. Glenn-Broker Have you tried the new RAMA0A BARBER SALON? owned & operated by Troy Causey Roffler products for men. 846-8811 ext. 104 SOSOLIKS TV & RADIO SERVICE INC. Zenith Sales and Services TV Rental 713 S. MAIN BRYAN 822-2133 SOUTHGATE VILLAGE APARTMENTS t Family size apartments with 1 ot3 . closet space. Individually con ^!° n8 refrigerated air. Cable TV conncc 10 Complete laundry facilities. ALL UTILITIES PAID One, two, three & four bedroom ments from $104.00. Some now. Married students welcome. apa>' t ' jjvailable 134 Luther (off old hwy. 6 so., C. S-) Rental Office 846-3702 trinity garden duplexes Like Home Living 2 bedroom - U/o baths - carpet - drapes central heat and- an - electric kitchen - range, refrigerator - dishwashei ' t isposal - washer dryer attachments in garage, fenced .back yard — pet accepted. 846-3988 1712 Trinity Place College Station, Texas