The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 07, 1956, Image 3

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Wednesday, March 7, 1956 THE BATTALION Page 3 Student Conference Will Begin Friday About 400 students from schools of the Southwest are expected to attend the fourth annual Ecumen ical Student Conference which will be held in College Station starting Friday and ending Sunday. Meetings will be held at the A&M Methodist Church and Wes ley Foundation, with A&M stu dents in charge of the conference. Dr. Elton Trueblood; professor of philosophy and noted author- lecturer from Earlham College, Indiana, will be the principal speak- "er for the conference. He also will speak in the Memorial Student Center at 2:30 Sunday afternoon as a presentation of the Center’s ‘Great Issues Series. His topic for the speech will be “A Positive An swer to Communism.” Dr. Noel Keith, head of the De partment of Religion at Texas Christian University, will lead Bible Discussions for the confer ence. He is the author of a num ber of articles appearing in church papers, and is listed in “Who’s Who in the Southwest” and “Di rectory of American Scholars.” t The basis of the Bible study will be the first five chapters of the Book of James. Sponsoi’s of the Ecumenical Con- jference are the A&M Methodist Church, the A&M Christian Church, St. Thomas Episcopal Church, A&M Presbyterian Church, Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church of Col lege Station, and the Evangelical and Reform Church of Bryan, in connection with the YMCA of the A&M College. A&M student Murray Milner of Brownwood is general chairman for the conference. Other Aggies working with him are John Green- wait, Bill Ashburn, Konrad Losen, David Behlen, Leniel Harbers, Joe Blair, Steve Love, Bill Riviere, Charles Rice, Bill Libby, and Ken neth Mays. Last yeai-’s meetings were held at the YMCA on the campus, but were moved to the Methodist Church during planning last spring because of the remodeling of the YMCA. The rooms are not large enough to accommodate all of the conferences. Meals will be taken off-campus, although they could have been taken in. college dining halls without breaking A&M Sys tem Board policy. Infantry Juniors To Take Field Trip Infanti’y juniors will take a one- day field Hip to Fort Hood for orientation March 21, according to Charles A. Beever, Jr., first ser geant of “A” Infantry. The program will consist of demonstration teams, with the main attraction being a regimental tank team. They will leave in the morning and return that night. Let’s Talk About Your FUTURE in Retailing Our representative will interview 1956 graduates in the fields of Liberal Arts, Economics, Market ing, Management, Accounting, and Banking and Finance. MARCH 9, 1956 AT PLACEMENT OFFICE SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. Shaving at its best! Old Spice Smooth Shave in the pressurized container . . . gives a rich, velvetly lather . . . remains firm and moist throughout your shave. And a unique, lubricating formula soothes your skin. For top performance and speed — make your next shave Old Spice Smooth; Shave. S H TJ L T 0 N New York • Toronto JOB INTERVIEWS GUARD AWARD—Maj. W. R. Williams, First Battalion, 143rd Infantry Regular Army Advisor, right, congratu lates Capt. Barney Welch, company commander. Headquar ters Company, First Battalion, 143rd Infantry Regiment, after presentation of the National Guard Bureau Award for excellence. The award was for excellence in efficiency in training during calendar year 1955. News of the World By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS JERUSALEM — Israeli Premier David Ben-Gurion declai’ed yester day the danger of a second Arab- Israeli war has increased. He ex- pi’essed confidence Israel would ul timately win any such test. Against a shifting pattern of Middle East events, Ben-Gurion told his Parlia ment the chances of preventing war “are somewhat smaller now” and, if bloodshed comes, the United States and Soviet Russia will share the moral responsibility. "At "A’ "At WASHINGTON—President Ei senhower has advised Soviet Premier Bulganin that the Unit ed States is ready to negotiate a freeze on atomic weapons stock piles if Bulganin will accept Ei senhower’s “open skies” disarma ment plan. Eisenhower also de clared, in a cordial letter made public today, that other “major types of armaments” could be limited “under proper safe guards.” ★ ★ ★ MOSCOW—Premier Nikolai Bul ganin said last night that Pi'esident Eisenhower’s letter on disarma ment is “a very interesting letter and a good one.” The Premier made his remarks in response to questions by newsmen at a Krem lin reception for Prime Minister H. C. Hansen of Denmark. When a newsman suggested that since Bulganin and Communist paily chief Nikita S. Khrushchev are go ing to England this spring it might he a good idea to go on to America, the Premier chuckled and replied that he would not mind going to the United States “but of course I would not want to be finger printed.” 1c it * PALESTINE, Tex.—Residents of Jacksonville, Rusk and Pales tine yesterday voted for $9,500,- 000 in tax revenue bonds to build a lake on the Neches watershed. The vote was 2,660 to 1,197. Sale of the water is expected to wipe out any necessity for taxa tion. Choose Animals Animals to be shown in the Spring Dairy Show are to be chos en March 10. All agriculture stu dents interested in entering the show should be at the breeding center that day at 1 p. m. The Kream and Kow Klub sponsors the show. ON • Washing • Greasing • Service Plus S&H Green Stamps at L. E. WADE’S Aggie Station North Gate SPECIAL SALE ON GOODYEAR TIRES Center News Wednesday The A&M Speechma.sters Group will meet in the Social Room of the MSC at 5:15 p.m. Members are reminded to make tbieir reser vations at the Main Desk, before 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. The purpose of this group is to im prove public speaking techniques for both extemporaneous and iiu promptu speeches. Anyone inter ested in visiting the meeting is welcome, just make your reserva tions at the Main Desk before 2 p.m. Wednesday. The following job inteijviews will be held this wfeek: Wednesday PHILLIPS PETROLEUM CO. will interview majors in, chemical, mechanical, civil, architectural, geological, industrial, electrical and petroleum engineering awl chemis try for opportunities in o^l and gas production, manufacturing, trans portation, geological and geophysi cal, research and developiment and engineering constructions UNION OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA will interview me chanical, petroleum and chemical engineering majors for refinery and production department trainee programs. SAN FRANCISCO NAVAL SHIPYARD wn'll interview civil, electrical and mechanical engineer ing majors. See the company in formation in the Placement Office for more information. CORPS OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY will hold interviews for the Galveston and Fort Worth Dis tricts. Civil, electrical, mechanical and architectural engineering ma jors are asked to attend the inter view. OWENS-CORNING FIBERGLAS CORP. will interview mechanical, chemical, electrical and industrial engineering majors also physics, chemistry, mathematics, business administration, accounting majors for various opportunities bn the company. THE TEXAS COMPANY will in terview business administration and accounting majors for position of Special Trainee. Opportunities in the accounting division of the refining department are open. Wednesday and Thursday GULF OIL CORP. of Port Ar thur will interview chemical and mechanical engineering majors. See interview notice for opportunities for each major. Thursday COLORADO INTERSTATE GAS COMPANY, Colorado Springs, will interview at the Mechanical Engi neering Department. Schedule in terview at the Placement Office. ALLTS-C H A L M E R S MANU FACTURING COMPANY is inter viewing majors in electrical, me chanical and industrial engineering, physics and chemistry for Gradu ate Training course leading to po sitions in various capacities. CHICAGO BRIDGE AND IRON COMPANY, Houston, will inter view mechanical, civil and architec tural engineering majors for train ing in the field of construction of welded plate structures in the Southwest. Thursday & Friday ESSO LABORATORIES, Baton Rouge, will interview chemical en gineering majors and advanced de grees in chemistry and physics for employment in research and pilot plant work. BELL SYSTEM will interview majors in electrical, aeronautical, industrial and mechanical engineer ing, physics, math, business admin istration, accounting and econom ics for Sandia Corporation, Bell Labs, Western Electric, A.T. & T. and Southwestern Bell. Six To Represent A&M At Congress A&M will be represented at the Southwestern Journalism Congress by six students and two faculty members. The meeting will be held March 8 through 10, at SMU, in Dallas. Jim Neighbors, Jim Bower, Con nie Eckard, Welton Jones, Joe Tindel and Dave McReynolds are the students attending the meet ing from A&M. Donald D. Bur- chard, head of the Journalism De partment, and Ross Strader, di rector of Student Publications, are the faculty members attending. One way to reheat cooked rice is to add a few tablespoons of wa ter to it and place it in a covered pan over boiling water or in the oven. Stir the rice gently a few times with a fork while it’s getting hot. OPEN FOR ALL BANQUETS, DINNERS RECEPTIONS, WEDDINGS AND LUNCHEONS MAGGIE PARKER DINING HALL TA 2-5089 “The Oaks" — TA 3-4375 BRYAN Seniors in Engineering Mathematics Physics fi The California Division N^©W of Lockheed Master’s Degree Aircraft Corporation Work- Study announces its Program l v -l % \ The program enables you to attain a Master's Degree while gaining important practical experience on the engineering staff of Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. The program in outline: You carry at least six units per semester at the University of California at Los Angeles, University of Southern California or other approved universities. You work three days per week on Lockheed engineering or scientific assignments. You are paid 3/5 of a full-time salary during the school year. (Salary and work on a full-time basis during school summer vacations.) Eligible are U. S. citizens who are graduating with a B.S. degree in Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electri cal Engineering (Communications or Power), Mathematics or Physics and members of the Armed Services who possess appropriate degrees and are being discharged. Tuition, fees and books for a maximum total of 36 units of full time study are paid by Lockheed. Travel and moving allowances are provided those residing outside the Southern California area. Additional information may be obtained from your Placement Officer or Dean of the Engi neering School or by writing E. W. Des Lauriers, Employment Manager and Chairman of the Master’s Degree Work-Study Program. Lockheed California Division staff members ! ' A will visit this campus soon and will be happy to discuss your role in the program with you. Your Placement Officer can arrange an interview. California Division Master's Degree Work? Study Program O C TOL © © d