The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, January 17, 1956, Image 4

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Page 4 THE BATTALION Tuesday, January 17, 1956 Wives Hold Elections For Spring Semester BAND WIVES Club will meet tonight at 7:30 in the south sola rium of the YMCA for a secret pal party. ♦ * it ARCHITECT WIVES Club will meet at 7:30 tonight at the home of Beverly Noack, 502 Luther, Col lege Station, for the election of officers. * * * AGGIE WIVES BOWLING Team will bowl at 8 tonight in stead of 8:30, the usual time. The bowling time change is permanent to allow players to finish befo7*e 11 p.m. * * * MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Wives Club honored Shirley Wat son, Ruth Guilloud, and Helen Gardner last night with their semi annual graduation social. The so cial was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Crawford, 4200 Maywood. C. W. Crawford, head of the Mechanical Engineering De partment, pi-esented the wives their “Pushing Hubby Through” de- MARCH OF DIMES FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS JANUARY 3-31 grees before approximately 35 members. * * * NEWCOMERS CLUB will meet at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the south solarium of the YMCA with Mrs. Robert Kamm acting as hostess chairman. Arthur Stewart, local attorney, will speak on “Legal Status of Women in Texas.” * * * AVMAA, American Veterinary Medical Association Student Wives Auxiliary, elected Thelma Heather president at a meeting held last week. Assisting her are Sandra Cole man, vice president; Dora McGee, secretary; Sally Williams, reporter; Jane Salbador, corresponding secre tary; Nell Cook, treasurer; and Ruth Brock, parliamentarian. Following the elections, Dr. G. S. Trevino of the Veterinaiy Medi cine Department, spoke to the wives on unusual cases that have gone through the Veterinary Hos pital. * * * CIVIL ENGINEERING Wives Club elected Lois Isiminger, presi dent for the spring semester. Oth er officers elected wei-e Dorothy Zuckero, vice president; Barbara Styner, secretary; Jeanette Thom as, corresponding secretary; Nell Shockley, treasurer; Carolyn Lo Caste, reporter and Mary Hamp ton, parliamentarian. HOUR CHANGE The College Hospital has changed visiting hours from 5-7 p.m. daily to 6-8 p.m. daily. The change of time will allow stu dents to eat supper before visit ing friends in the hospital and is effective immediately. BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES One day 2^ per word 1^ per word each additional day Minimum charge—400 DEADLINES 5 p.m. day before publication Classified Display 800 per column inch each insertion PHONE VI 6-6415 For Sale Looking for golf clubs? Regis tered, matched set, 2 woods, 5 irons, bag, etc. $50. VI 6-5839. 75t3 1954 For Custom fordor sedan, low mileage. Will take trade-in. John Shanks, Hart C-7. 68tf New stacked all channel antenna, mast lead in guy wire $18.00. VI 6-5268, 806 Welsh, College. 71tl3 For Rent Small furnished house for rent. $40 month plus utilities. Also fur nished apartment available Jan. 21. $45 monthly. Inquire 421 Fo'ch, Bryan. 75t4 Room For Rent Southeast upstairs bedroom, pri vate bath. Meals. Mrs. Maggie Parker. 75tf Wanted to Buy Boy’s bicycle — 20”. Call VI 6-4644. 75t6 PROMPT RADIO SERVICE — Call — SOSOLIK’S RADIO AND TV SERVICE 713 S. Main St. (Across from Railroad Tower) PHONE TA 2-1941 BRYAN Dr. Carlton R. Lee OPTOMETRIST 803A East 26th Call TA 2-1662 for Appointment (Across from Court House) • ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTUKAI. SUPPLIES • BLUE LINE PRINTS • BLUE PRINTS • PHOTOSTATS SCOATES INDUSTRIES 603 Old Sulphur Springs Road BRYAN. TEXAS Everybody's talking about the amazing deals being made at the Roy Henry Pontiac Co. in Hearne. Look at this — where else can you buy a 1956 Pontiac, fully equipped for only $2595. Roy Henry says he won't be beat in a trade and he means it. Come see us today in Hearne and youTl see what we mean. ROY HENRY PONTIAC CO. Hearne, Texas ■■■ 11 Work Wanted Dependable colored girl wants 5 days work, Monday through Fri day. TA 3-4063. 72t3 Typing wanted to do in my home. Mrs. C. E. Carlson, Jr. Phone TA 2-3532 after 5 p.m. lOOtf Found Female dog—owner must identi fy. Can claim at C-3-B College View and pay for ad. 75t4 Pets Dogs, cats boarded—low daily, weekly, monthly rates. Grooming. Puppies. Free pickup, delivery. BAYARD KENNELS, Highwav 6 South, College. VI 6-5535. 70tf Special Notice DOGS BOARDED: Clean com fortable quarters. Caucasian Boarding Kennels. Special rate .to “Aggies”. 49tf OFFICIAL NOTICES Official notices must be brought, mailed, or telephoned so as to arrive in the Office of Student Publications (207 Goodwin, VI 6-6415, hours 8-12, 1-5, dally Monday through Friday) at or before the deadline •»f 1 p.m. of the day preceding publication. —Director of Student Publications. NOTICE TO JANUARY GRADUATES At 8 a.m. Thursday, January 19, there will be posted on a bulletin board in the Registrar’s Office a list of those candidates who have completed all academic require ments for a degree. Every candidate is urged to consult this list to determine his status. H. L. HEATON Registrar 75tf ALL DEPARTMENTS: Copies of the 1955-56 Student Directory are available !75 cents each) at the Office of Student Publications, 207 Goodwin Hall. 72tf Tigers, Tomball Vie Here Tonight At 8 Nuclear Research Chief Presents Lecture Tonight News of the World By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON — President Ei senhower submitted to Congress yesterday a balanced $65,865,000,- 000 budget for the 1957 fiscal year starting July 1. He called on the legislators for the “utmost coop eration” in keeping it balanced. For this fiscal year the government now expects to spend $64,270,000,- 000 and take in 64^ billion, leaving a surplus of 230 million. For next year it plans to spend $65,865,000,- 000, collect about 66billion and show a surplus of 435 million. -k -k -k WASHINGTON — Legislation to remove all postal and classi fied civil service jobs from po litical patronage was introduced yesterday by Rep., Wright D- Tex. * * * WASHINGTON—Rep. Cooper D- Tenn. introduced a bill yesterday to give direct tax relief to low- income fanners whose gross re turn from farming is $10,000 or less. Astronomy Film A movie of interest to every one interested in heavenly bodies will be shown at 7:15 tonight in the Physics Lecture Room. This film, “Explosions on the Sun,” depicts the storms on the surface of that body caused by comets. It was shown at A&M once before and was well received at that time. Anybody is welcome to attend the movie, courtesy of the Physics 315 class, “Introduction to Astrono my,” for whom the film was brought to the school. A&M Consolidated Tigers, off to a winning start in District 25-A, play host to the Tomball Cougars tonight in Tiger gym. Game time is 8 p.m. for the “A” teams and 7 for the “B” squads. The Tigers of Coach Larry Hayes will be out to revenge a 32-29 de feat at the hands of these same Mike Farmer Heads Fish Drill Team Michael O. Farmer, Squad ron 1 freshman engineer from San Antonio has been chosen Freshman Drill Team com- m a n d e r after competition with 30 other freshmen for the top honor. Farmer was chosen for the post after he had demonstrated ability to handle men both in drill and in giving commands. The initial competition for the drill team was held west of Guion Hall with 512 freshmen competing. After preliminary eliminations the smaller group was moved to the area south of the Military Science building. Trials continued until Farmer was chosen commander and the drill team had been reduced to 39 regulars and nine alternates. The group will drill as a unit under the command of the fresh man commander during the regular Thursday afternoon drill period, rather than drill with their regular assigned units. Cougars last year that threw Con solidated out of a district title share. Consolidated took one out of three starts over the weekend in the 16-team Huntsville Tourna ment, losing to Central High of Pollock, 57-37, in the Consolation semifinals. In tl?e opening round the Tigers were downed, 61-37, by the host team Hornets, and rapped Trinity, 55-22, in the second round to gain the semifinals. Consolidated’s Norman Floeck continued to pace the Tigers, rack ing up 22 points in CHS’s conquest of Sealy, 54-41, in their district openei* last Tuesday. The Tigers hit 56 per cent of their field goal attempts and meshed 16 points in six minutes early in the second half to overcome a 19-21 halftime de ficit to win going away. Starting for the Tigers tonight will be Norman Floeck, Manuel Garcia, Jon Perryman, Dick Hick man and Bill Hall. New Ag Course Will Be Offered A course in agricultural meteor ology will be offered at A&M for the first time next semester. The new course has been designed ex clusively as an elective for under graduate and graduate agricultural students who ai/e interested in the effect of weather on crops. The new two-hour course will be offered by the Department of Oceanography and Meteorology as meteorology 465 and will be taught at 9 a.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. Associate Professor M. H. Halstead will teach the coui’se. Dr. Granvil C. Kyker, chief of Laboratory Research of the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, will speak tonight at 8 in the lecture room of the Biological Science building. His subject will be rare-earth radioisotopes of biochemical and medical interest with color slides as illustrations. Dr. Kyker will show the relation between some of the more recent radiological investigations on lab oratory animals and their uses in the treatment of cancer in the human. He has done extensive experi ments in the field of radioisotopes on experimental animals and their effects on cancer. He has also been recognized recently for his part in the organization of seminars in the rare-earth isotope field. The lecture is open to the public and is expected to be of particular interest to biologists, biochemists, chemists, veterinary medicine stu dents and staff, and medical and pre-medical personnel in this area. WhaCs Cooking Pre-Law Society; 2C MSC; busi ness meeting and plans for club pictures. A. I. Ch. E.; 104 Pet. E. Bldg.; guest speaker and refreshments. Poultry Science Club; MSC. OPEN FOR ALL BANQUETS, DINNERS RECEPTIONS, WEDDINGS AND LUNCHEONS MAGGIE PARKER DINING HALL 2-5089 “The Oaks” — 3-4375 BRYAN Let Us Show You Our ... K & E SLIDE RULES STUDENT CO-OP N. Gate VI 6-6715 Firm to keep cigarettes from crushing. No tobacco in your pocket. Thank a new recipe for the man-size flavor. It comes full through the filter with an easy draw. Thank the Flip-Top Box for the neatest cigarette package you ever put in your pocket or purse. Popular filter price. 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