The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 31, 1947, Image 1

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Volum* 47
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whot wont on In aarrvt party cau-
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NORMA'S, OkU., 0«. 41 U*-
Th# Unhrtraity of Oklahoma’* con
tribution to a bran now world—
coIUfc-fUanced maas baby aitting
tor football-lovinf student parents
Russian Monk Starts Halloween
To Give the Peasants a Thrill
lot mo toll you that thia la Halloween,
r. It
i foundered in tho face of real
the retreat waa announced yes
terday by Paul McMinn, director
of University student affairs. He
said the difficulty was jetting
dose medical supervision for the
project, plus tho danger of spread
mg communicable iWh'.-*
the infantajMwlMMma
II t*i —
moot power
every aign of
line for gain-
ore the reor-
National Ljubor Relations
Four of the na
ful labor unions gi'
ignoring today's
ing legal status
ganised 1
In ease year calendar baa not bean wound Oils month
Halloween traditionally fella on *he tart day of October. It always baa. President Fran
tried to set H up a week bark in 11M, and for hie pains was not reelected to the presidency, lines that
time Halloween baa not been a camoaign issue.
B\it ‘All-Hallows live antedate* !&'>« by sever ii years $09 to be aaact. It waa a dark and stormy
night In OctobfT, ItM, when the poor Rueaian monk, Qraymalkht, kit on the idea of Halloween. M ! have hit
oa the Idea ef Halloween," he shouted to his startled fellow ascetics
who thought that the evening gruel muet have been apiked.
We aever have no fun." Qrayntalkln explained “All year long we
are a bunch of goodie goodies, and I’m sick and tired of it Let’s tarn
loose on one night of the year and scare the Slavic be jabbers outa
these peasants."
The other friars held s conference and decided that though they’d
probably friar in bell for it (pun), why not? October Slst was always,
till thia time, a busy night People flocked from miles around to a
very solemn ceremony during which smiles and chuckles were forbid
den. Grsymalkin sad bis buddies determined to change all that
Graymalkin waa appointed chairman ef the entertainment commit
tee and mapped his plans in secrecy. TTien came the big night.
The monastery, in outward appearance, waa unchanged. The peo
pie gathered around the chapel of St. Phosphorescence (It glowed In
the dark) and began intoning their reverent anthems.
Suddenly something loomed across the face of the moon. "I-ook,
up In tho sky! Is it a freight train? Is it a Kelvinator refrigator?"
screamed tbs faithful. No, it waa Graymalkin! He had ingeniously contrived a system of wires and pulleys
and was flying between the two spires of the church. Then monster faces, breath ing tongues of flams,
leered From the leaded easements of the building. -
The people took a quick vote on the course of action and decided to adjourn without further ado.
Journalist'Observer to Speak 1
On Palestine Partition Tuesday
A"M to Retain
Bryan Field
v\ o rt Jewish conflict, will i
Despite Rumor i
Jehuduh Heilman to Prove Thnt UN
Proposal Fair to Arab* nod Jrws
Ah. jou
■peak i
on Patoatine and the Middle East,In the
y evening at I
Kentucky Minister
To Speak at A&M
Church of Christ
A former FBI Sgknt told the
House Unameriean Activities sub
committee yesterday that Soviet
agents unsuccessfully sought . to
obtain vital Information from Rob
ert Oppenhatmar, who worked ea
the atom bomb.
samadTrr'itayb .
PA RIB, Oat II —tAA—ioelallst
Premier Paul tamadler 1 ! middle-
of-the road eablnat won l eat# of
ranftdenee by 10 votes last night
after two days ef oralerteel at-
laebs from the Oomntuniet left and
De UaulllsU ef the Him,
The slowest of the congregation, A legless veteran of the Tartar War,
pulled up in something less than three seconds.
The monastery declared bankruptcy after that eventful evening
because It became about as popular a place of worahip as a leper colony
Other monk* throughout the land who tired of their lot and Waged
for bright Hghts soon caught up the idea aa a means of weeping, and
home in bed with the covers
before long the
were growa over with words and shook
iowoen has come A/wn to ns practically unchanged However,
today it Is not the monastic element that gate a change of weoary
the young tn-opio, If tho city fathers and guardians of nghu-ousooM
mu on the job, find HaRoween a one-way ticket la reform school.
And eon, tomorrow morning, when Dorm It W found immediately
adjacent to the Campus theater and the water tower la ea muck crump
led steel atop tho Heattng Plant, remember Graymalkin wh# -never
smile of H
Thursday *
as well »•
had no fun"aad Wt a smile of compassion play across that ugly, warp-
Henry ^Wadsworth Ysntls, Batt Itaff part, baa writ i
Halloween | f , . . -
MpTlf Hat of October I
leu 1
M Hoo 1 wish It were eherf
ilnnsl lurl
heya hr Mrthpled
igTExchange Store Policies For &re
mwuremsln tuik»yl*M
■ wry
Profll* Allotted to Wrllnrr
Recreation Under New System
Receipt of renewal of per
mit for use of housing facili
ties at Bryan Army Air Field
for the period from August
23, 1947 through August 22, 194«,
was announced today by Dean of
the GollegsNF. C Bolton.
The renewal permit was issued
by the Army Air Forces tb the
Housing and Honie* Financing
Aganfy, Public Houmng Adminis
tration, according te a notice from
_, _ ‘ . the chief of the real estate divi-
Trine Starne*. ilon of ^ Krmy Corps of Engi-
from Paducah, Kentucky, will speak nMT1
ev «nr/» eni ng November 2 to » -This permit cover* use of ber-
p ' m ' ln th ,* Church mk* now housing students at the
of Christ, according to an an- Annex”, Dean Bolton said, “While
nouncement by the m.n.ster, James cUi8room buildings arw covered
F. Fowler. I b « K flvw-year lease.”
Starnes’ first three •*ni*ons will 7 C ommenting on recent rumors
be “A Text Book for Life”, “Why
I Am Not An Infidel”, and “A j
Beautiful Life”.
Starnes will preach his first
. sermon Sunday mondag at 11:41
I s. m.
Bom and reared in Texas, Star
nes has bean a local minister, or
i evangelist, for tbs past twelve
years. He has addressed groups in
ten states In the south and south
Surnet received hie B. A. de
gree from Abilene Christian Col
lege, where he served as editor of
“TKe Optlmlat” colloge newepaper
as prvskdant of bis junior elase, and
as president of the student ba4v,
He also served as president of the
Texas Intel col leg tale Press Aeeo
elation, winning the National UDC
for his essay on
Importance « the Palestine problem, now under
con«ideralion by the United Natiorii, thuMMel Foundation has nfrenf.
r* tt-v- _ ...
Assardlng to’ I latter re
frum Humes, hv will prest
•erie* of messsfea adapted
intervale ami needs af all l
traverse the A 4 M aaat|
phoVnix. ARIK., (Wt, It -1^
litraUry of Interton Krug waa
said to be "all light for the lifee
MNr ahprtly after he Maama
suddenly ill ydaterday while ad
dressing the convention ef the Na-
tlmiel Reclamation AssomtiotL-
The pntlcica of th« Kxchiitgv Htorv for th* currant
school ywr warn mntatwl by Ctrl Blrdwtil, m»n«frr, In sn
Intcrvitw thia w»gk. Blrdwgll wm partu ularv IntartsUd in
•mphasixlng to thv studanU how thv profit* of tht store arc
divided. : , ^ ■ —
Last spring the Kxchangv Store
31 lifn -Bodies of Oregon’s Gov.
* Earl Snell, the Secretory of State,
Senate President and their pilot
were taken from the wreckage of
their private plane yesterday.
The tragedy removed both the
" ’head $t the state and his immed
iate succesor, the prasident of the
. senate, and elevated John H. Hall,
48, Portland Attorney and speaker
of the house, to that office.
SAN ANTONIO, Oct 31 -<*
Rep. F; A -Hartley, Jr- declared
tW Taft-Hartley Labor Act is not
perfect but the most compreheii
site measure ( ongress could pass,
and “if labor will give It a fair
trial, the nation will embark on ite
greatest era of development.
Senator Taft (R.Obio) said yes
terday he teas no chance for bia-
partisan cooperation in daoling
* with remedies for high prices and
inflation during the coming special
session of ( ongp s*
Committee proposed Is dispense
with tha etudynt dividend plan. •
On this recommendation, the
Board of Directors allocated all
profits over and above the opera
ting expense to some farm of wel
fare and recreation.
For the fiscal vaar jest cieaed
the dietributioo af profits la ae
follow.: Dividends wiD be paid to
the students for teat year's uaba.
1 »rntv fur prreeat of tho bolance
will be retained for
warkiag capital of tho 75% art
profit remaining, N% goes to the
student recreatioa, 10% to tho li
brary to . purchase recreational
reading material such as aoeaia.
Concerning the return af mer
chandise, the store maintain* the
following paUcy: if the item is re
turned within tea days te an ua-
dantaged condition and if H can
be replaced in stock and reooid as
new, then the fall value is rscaived
for tha item. If the item has been
damaged, then the store, at ita
own discretion, baa to decide the
wholesale value. An example of
this is a new book returned with
only a name an the fly-leaf. Evan
though the book it new K cannot
be resold as a new book bscauae
of the marks
On the policy of purchasing text
book* and k-quipntjnL Blrdwgll
stated that because they do not
know what texts will U* used for
Skcpardmin Will
Go to land-Grint
College Meeting
to the. effect that the college was
expected to be asksd to give up
use of Bryan Field by the begin
ning of the spring semester, ox at
any other given date. Dean B<
added: ‘There ia obviously no I
in fact for such reports. Tha Col
lege has been assured that in case
plana for future use of these facil
ities is considered, we will be given
ample notice. No intimation of such
plans has been given as, and wa
nave every reason te assume that
none art being considered." •
Editors Relax
At Engineers
Reach VS Mail
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who* arm la In • ilim
nail Issue wOl
Huddle* ton.
om arm l* in I illng i*al«y u I
result of pulling blmsetl an lha
hack too vlgaruuilifi Is Nlfdaul
about (he fitsl issue of the Nnfl*
near "li'e colossal, great, stupen
dous, magnificent No other mags-
■In# can make this •tetement" na
Cam* Here la ”78 t . .
Charles N. Bhepardson, dean nf
the school of igrWuRura, will
leave Thursday far Washington to j Editor Gilchrist, tha fun-laving
attend a national n<eetihg of the type, patiently lighted a hot-loot
Association of L«nd-Grant College* on Huddleston's siac 10, settled
and Universities. back with hie meerschaum on the
White there he will also attend chaise lounge in the Engineer of-
a meeting of organisation sad pol- flee and confided that “Our maga-
icy for the Resident Instruction sine ia not the beat in the world,
Section of which he is chairman. just the best in America.”
1110 special committee of the Disregarding the opinions of the
American Dairy Science Associa
tion will meet on November 13 te
consider affiliation of this country
\-lit;Jud«ing Team
Places Seventh In
Dairy Competition
The A 4 M dairy products judg-
mg team plated seventh out of
nineteen teams in tB(-Jv4|)R( a*
milk at the national- cqjlegiate
dairy pruduete Judging sbnUet Mid
at Miami, Fla., this umi ij J
Asaardixg te a teUgram ap*
wtvml from A. V, MathAtoum
•oaak, the team pisivhI iwvirtb in
sbtese, fifteenth in tea smarn, and
■i^ttesnvh ia -X
team ar« WdlHua
Ha I HfiNPJi
iteseitsaal I** lailugtt Isi
Tkrn sUaMimmi ia mlmitmtil'msi toms* la
I II™ 7“ HfvvWvteffi tetef "
year tty the Dairy 1hdustrtfii»
My Assoeistlan In ronnestifn wi|h
the annual alerting nf thu Inter
national Asanriatlon nf Milk ileal-
•rs and the Assoelstlon af lee
Cream Manufacturers, and It opan
to teams from all • nllege* offprlgg
training In dairy manufacturing
This was the third time that A.
A M. has sent a team te tho nat
ional contest, and the first time
since the war. The two previous
contest attended by A. A M were
in 1939 and 1941
fed for Heilman to include AA
on bis nation-wide tour.
Hslhnan believes that, the UK*’
proposal for the partition of Pal
estine is fair to both Jews and
Arabs and will attempt to prove it f
te the audience. He advocate* three
changes in the listed plan: the
inclusion of the Jewish parts on l
modem Jerusalem in the Jewish
state, a common boundary for a '
proposed Jewish and Christian Le- #
banon, and the inclusion of Jaife
in the Arab etete.
A graduate in political science
from the American College In Bei
rut, Heilman has also studied at
, the Hebrew University in Jeru-.
| salem. He is intimately connected
with Palestine, having lived there
20 yean. *
He made national headline news
1 on his tour of journalistic duty!
with the Anglo-American Commit
tee of Inquiry into Palestine when
he Ursa arrested by the Lebanon
government and kept incommuni-
until the intervention ot
Hutchinson of Houston, then
rman of the Anglo-American
Committee. Bartley Crum's ‘Thi
Silken Curtain," a recent best
seller, devoted an entire chapter to
Hallman's arrest In Lebanon.
Heilman has acted as rorres-
pondent of the Psleor Newt Agen-
L for the London Anglo Arab
ferrnce and for the Zionist
Conference at Basic, thus covering
the two sidas af the question.
His siidrass offers an npportun
ItU to get a first-hand preaantetion
of the Paleailns problem la favor
of the Pttrition. Ths meeting U
open to students, faculty members,
•ml local residents
MM* a rs i
DhTROIT. Oct. 31 -JiFt- An
other vestige of the regime of the
late Henry Ftrd will disappear
Nov. II, whan office and plant
employes of The Ford MotorUo
employes ef The Pari Mater Co
will-he permitted te smahe aa the
The launder a* tha Industrial
•mp(rs, who dlml Wal April, *1
hfsanl and tun#-wasting
NMW Dlfllf
thwwa torn part
te battle in an at
ikftMM iiMsItrtmst lAh
•kistsn BliMSihf
of Kashmir, New
■agasince. sad newspaper*,
None ef themoney allotted *• I the next — eoter.MV^ Is noual
^ Ub £2 ‘iv U> confined to the tetter part of
chaee books other than novels and , Kh MR1tfUr The price paid for
recreational reading ««tter1he kasha ia MW of tha aew price
remctning lA* goee to the student tnd of ^ orifinA i prte# »f
uaUm building maintenance f«»f the book la new. Tile store will
purchsee equipment such as dia-
•uch as dubs and MK-ietMu Lrtinr seta slide rules, drawing
fml the need for 'W^ lSnlLnU, and harai lensea. any
dqulpment. may submit aa -P| l> Um# tnd % p.y «% of the new
cation to the Student life Co®’ price on used equipment and 11%
mittee for approval. If tha appli- C th VDU i Dm « n t i, nr*.
cation is approved, the .roup wiU T
raceive either the funds or the . T* "TV . * l
recreational equipment needed. u
For the 1943-46 fiscal year the te-bX
gras profit of the Exchange Store ^ oa J l aU.rrttT
tearing a net profit of lt%» This T ttb *" Tm ELm. Stere ks.
was a big jump in net profits due | j • ■
te tbs un
When these
Cowtown Man, 85,
Claims "Oldest’
Paul Sandidge, who attended
AAM before any of the preoent
college buildings were conatruct-
ed, is the latest claimant to the
“oldest Aggie” title.
Sandidge attended AAM in
1178 and 1879 and only last year
retired from the ice business.
Before he was discovered, B. K.
Geras, Fort Worth lawyer of
the class of 1891, was thought to
be the oldest Aggie In that area.
Sandidge was present at the
smoker given by the Fort Worth
AAM club before the TCU game,
but didn’t make midnight veil
ractiee which was held after
its bed-time.
the 1946-47 fiscal veai
gross profit af 14%,
tempt |a stem a ll
(••lan from Fla
MMBlAf, (MbMRI «
Itelhi sHtrees said
. .... ape rating I Aajr etudent undar th# G, I. Mill
MMfwa af 10H%, leaving i mI why hw ardar far a sllds rate
profit af IIH% ar a 3%% redus- andjMirt abtem sm Mb, may
lien ever the pravieu# year pAWhaae awe any pteea If he wlH
^tfitl rnmi pair ths art gtt •
a refit te hain| tewerad still mars 9fateat - M.alaaf.wl(h Mm ardar
If it woe art (hr lha unpraeedaated W Ml#
■mtiliitem m! WimitomA* Milbirtll Ktt HAH 1
▼ wfMrfWw We grvgw 1 TT™tete WfrvWvv -rw WWvw I
A^.aai J mmmIIhI MHmIIFiH tol M I km HBHi I
It* would likely net Meted 14
(jl, utejeta el a strike af appraa-
Imetely 8,IOC kists University
a rnU ashing removal ef twe
Ity members wafarred with
university officials yesterdaf
AIK 01Ljr~
Senator Br
yesterday he will
Qaasral te
of the multi-million
ten AsMrican OR Com tuny
major American ail
Mai In,am
I the Vstl
years the
be Nscheage Stare apaa if I strtteat Mte a rate af this
isIIhns by ths Mecbaagt type be ean saly be MHMMd
Mittee, Far the part IM • meant 4h» rate sells far la
Hoard af Wreelars Hm the Ksehange Store
ha rn—MiaiitiaL af The Mashaage Stem will he glad
iIIha lift HHH HHAAn *™^ I Ih rnrftmg HM te# aitetete te# HteteI■
imltAas te eampaeed ef meat art ferried la stock
faealty members and ela stodente
h tested by the StudentSenate A
student with rec^mms^m^l^itiaaa 69 w
questions ib^vild rommuntcato hie well
feelings t* one ef the following
ScNltt HtKXi, J»T?H*S
fPe tJftMML JtAnlnfi
Ison H BfmrdBl**)
Wtteor. H
R. HiMamae
and Thomas
h say haak af
ftftt In
wrapping i
eMKH for
ar gift
id out !
to ba mpde at the ti-
change Store te receive this free
with the International Dairy Fed
Thi' assignment was probably
due to tbs fact that Dean Shep-
uuinon was formerly head of the
dairy husbandry department at
AAM, he stilted. In 1987 be was a
member of the American Delega
tion to the World Dairy Confer
ence in Berlin, Germeny. At this
time he visited all the dairy coun
tries in northern Europe. In 1941
he attended the Inter-American
Agricultural Congress in Mexico
City as a representative of the
American Dairy Industry Associa
tion. He is also on the production
committee of the Inter-American
Dairy Industry Association.
Dean Shepardson will return to
AAM on November 15.
Debate* to Re
Planned Monday
Wind funnel to Go
; i I
In Operation Next
Year, Says Barlow
Mtedrtds Mvtetested la Iryteg nut
fur Ha vanity tetemltegKte ite>
■Ate team shahid report te Ute
YMCA Assembly Room Mmillsy
klght at 7'.90. Kxtl Rtmqulst, la*
struetor nf English and member
of the debate roach tug staff, an*
nnunfed Thursday
At that time full testrwtkm
Will he given concerning the na
tional college debating question,
plus Information regatding tryouts
and aaaignmenta far the varioua
editors and evaluating the maga
tine for what it ia, we find it is an
improvement. The lay-out has an
eye-pleasing quality which many
college technical journals lack
Though not a humor magasine, it
eortuns enough humor to gut a Posaibilitiea an bright that the
> hm kle here and then. wind tunnel at Easterwood Air
Probably the bnghtert feather, pvid will be in operation by the
kr the collective cap of the editors • fi rat 0 f the year or maybe early
is the Howard Hughe, article for .pring, Dean of Engineering How'
which Huddleston and Gilchrist ard W Bariow rtati yesterdayT
"»>* 1 *~ l J«H *1"~*< «r Con*Mler»bU „U, hu L*
A^bM. Hughes has been a busy, met in obUining certain materials,
man the past few months, what! he said. Tha transformers needed
with embarraasing Sen. Brewster cannot be bought, but must be leas-
and all. But ha found time to ae- ^ i nn the government and with-
comm<><late ‘‘Jack and Henry” with ^t wh irtl the motor* powering the
a clear-cut treatiae on imagination flow of air throagh the tunnel ca»
According to preaert nlans AAM
will debate six other sehoole: Bay
lor. Sam Houston State Teachers
College. SMU, TC
of Houa
cu, the University
tim, and tb* UniveraRy of
Ipr an engineer in apite of hi*
other duties.
WASHINGTON. Oct 81 -tirt-
President Truman stood with head
bared yesterday aa 80 of th* na
tion's soldier Mad, brought bom*
from foreign graves, were given
heroe's burial in Arlington Na
tiansl Cemetery.
NTSC Orchestra, Troupe To
Entertain Aggies Tomorrow
not be operated at full throttle
The I ockheud pump te aaother
The editor, of the Engineer are device which if installed will step
in ft .T'?** 1 * 0 ’; Enrteh-Pollsh up t h, tpM d of air through th*
and P iish - English dictionaries tunnel, Dean Barlow stated.
Three schools In the state have
invited AAM to participate in tour-
mente. They are th* University
of Texas, Baylor, and Sam Houston
State Teachers College.
Ae was announced Wednesday,
Aggie debate teams will oppose
the University of Texas teams
January 8 in Austin. Both radio
debates and dabates before speech
classes will be held at that time.
Coaching Aggie dehatere are K.
E Hhoqumt. M A. Huggut, and
Emil Hubka. aU of the English
dejiartuMat C. O. Spriggs, profes
sor af English, is head of the de
bate staff.
now in anticipation of the next
Seniors, File For
CCS by Dec. 15
Deaember II te th# deadline far
filing application! for dogma te
ha con tarred at tha and of tha cur
rant Samoa tor.J, P. Sinn af tha
Ragistrsr’* Otfiaa snonunesd yaa-
311183, Thia daadlina applies to
aO studante t
free to make
and fart
ttrfurmsMM of in nlUUr vnrluly ihnw fpom
North Tonsd BUI* Collnf* InKH it UHln Afftflsnd and
on tht rumpus nnd tn hlkullnya tUnra RnlurtUi niifhl
will jURhlliihl lHU wnuh-amra nrilvlllim
Th* diiuMi will bo hold frtim P (III 11 In Iblna Mull,
with Floyd lirnhnm and hU IK-pWr "Arte of ('olttjw-
land*' Orrhteira of North Texna NtnlA furnUhlnf thi
miMlr, Tlihrts, with or without dAto, will rttet $1.(10,
With UrAhanr nnd hli Arte" will b» • troutte of
nttidont intrrtnlntrn from North TiRM. Thoy will pur-
form at UUlt Aitfifland at S p. m. iaturdnv iteforr
frnohmtn and othur ntudunU and faculty mumln’r* llvlni
it tho AJintn. Tho pmgram will tako plact on tho alab
butwnnn tho Studant Cantor nnd Snack Bor. wonthor por-
mlttint- In com of Indomont wonthor tho performance
will bo givon in tho Student Center.
At 7 :S0 Snturdny evening tho S2-member vnrioty
troupo wil{ porform on tho Singe of Guion Hall on thin
enmpun. Included on the 26-cent ndmiiwion charge will
be the regular Guion Hall movie.
Weldin® Teacher
Given $700 Prize
Air speeds up to 150 miles per
hour are expected to be obtained,
it waa said. This ia not suffleiant
for designing air ships that travel
faster than sound, so tha work
canted on will pertain to tending,
take-offs, stability, and control
Graduate, advanced student* ami
possibly seniors will hav* secern
to ths wind tuaneL Doan Hmiow
oon eluded
Any atedmi wh* MraHH h<
■aate te sotnylate all requlNmani*
tor a dagm by \h# *M of th# sur
real tviHMisr *btel4 anil by ihe
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Halloween Pienie
Scheduled by 8AM
The Society (or the Advance
ment of Management will have •
Halloween (teut at lha MOM of
department bead Vliwil M Fairea,
111 Walton Drive, Coitege HUIa,
tonight at 6 p. m.
stag ar drag, all members an
invited la attend.
rbert P. Migeby, waMing In*
•trustee at A 4 M te wianav af
I 1780 grlaa in a nattenal aen
_ ite jf
tet Mte Ip
HnMI nf ih*
pears service with the
entry division, which ba
teft with the rank of major, Mlga*
by raaomad direction af tha Wald
ing department bora in I94A He
first anma te ths coitege In 1940,
Tht mrlitr lomul
ikm MfMlMAf HAdlHdi
FFMw rte^fPMv Pte»
aurart way te
rateata in tha mart
help in the 100% Waa
flndlng somp this
fall, bp having a cheat
IrtBVs flow whan Ha
State Health Depart
ment bring* one ef ite
machines bare.