The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 25, 1956, Image 8

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The Battalion Cotiege Station (Branos County), Texas PAGE 8 Thursday, October 25, 1956 Says Is Using Deceit NEW YORK, 0P>—Adlai E. Stev enson said last nig-ht the Republi cans were waging- “a campaign of deceit unmatched in U. S. poli tics.” “I don’t mild telling you that I am good and mad,” the Democratic presidential nominee told a party rally at White Plains, in neighbor ing Westchester County. “Plenty of Americans are. We ought to be. The Republicans have been treating the American people like so many children who can be put to sleep with a lullaby,” he ad ded. Stevenson said the Democrats have been partisan in the Ameri can political tradition “but we haven’t tried to deceive the people on the issues on matters of life and death and of war and peace. The Republicans have!” Stevenson said the Democrats “told the people for the first time of the danger to us and our chil dren in continued H-bomb tests.” “Two hundred and seventy of the nation’s leading nuclear scien tists have backed up this warn ing,” he said. “You know these men would not speak out -as they have if they didn’t feel deeply that mankind is taking a terrible chance with a terrible new force.” Stevenson said Republicans had “sneered” at this warning by call ing it “nonsense” and “folly.” “Don’t listen to the Democrats, they say,” Stevenson went on “Just trust Ike.” Time and time again in his speech Stevenson - ironically used the phrase “just trust Ike.” Stevenson said the Democrats “have told the people why Vice- President Richard Nixon is not a man to be trusted with the most powerful office in the world.” “We have pointed out the blunt and inescapable fact that this hero of the Republican Old Guard is in line for the presidency of the Uni ted States—an office he could nev er attain on his own merit,” Stev-* enson said. » What’s Cooking The following Hometown Clubs will meet as scheduled: 7:30 Cherokee County Hometown Club will meet in the Academic Build ing. Fayette-Colorado County Club will meet in room 206 of the Aca demic Building. Lower Trinity Valley Home town Club will meet in room 203 of the Academic Building. Panhandle Club will meet in the Agriculture Meet Attended By Adam D. A. (Andy) Adam, assistant coordinator of Foreign Programs for the A&M System, in in Wash ington, D. C. attending the 7th Con ference for Agricultural Sei-vices to Foreign Areas. Adam is serving as chairman of a sub-committee while attending the meeting- which ends today. He will stay in Washington until Wed nesday to attend various meetings with United. States Department of Agriculture and International Co operative Administration officials. During these meetings the various problems concerning foreign stu dents studying in our country will be discussed. Band Act Starts Fall Military Day Festivities for the Fall Military Day ai-e to be initated by a one hour concert by the Lackland Air Force Base Concert Band in Guion Hall on Friday, Nov. 2, at 7 p.m. The band, known as “the band of the west,” is under the direction of 1st Lt. Jimmy Roland. Within the concert band is the group called “The Notable Air men,” the orchestra which will play for the Air Force Ball the same night. There is no admission charge and the concert is open to the pub lic. Academic Building. South Central Texas Hometown Club will meet in room 208 of the Academic Building to discuss a party. Austin Hometown Club will meet in room 226 of the Academic Building after yell practice to se lect a football film to be shown at the next meeting. Brush County Club will meet in room 3D of the MSC to see films of the 1955 A&M vs TCU football game. Dallas Hometown Club will meet in I’oom 107 of the Biological Sci ences Building for club function. Galveston County Hometown Club will meet in room 128 of the Academic Building. Guadalupe Valley Hometown Club will meet after yell practice in room 17 of the Civil Engineer ing Building. Kaufman County Hometown Club will meet in the North Solar ium of the YMCA for important meeting to plan Thanksgiving party. Red River Valley Hometown Club will meet after yell practice in room 103 of the Academic Build ing. Tyler-Smith County Hometown Club will meet in room 225 of the Academic Building. LISTEN DAILY (Except Sunday) to KORA at 11:55 A.M. ear THE WRITE-IN . | CANDIDATE 1 I W. LEE '7 O'DANIEL FOR (PoL Adv. Paid for by W. Lm O'Daniel) FOR THE FINEST IN DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDERING Bring your clothes to our modern plant . . . or . . . Phone Victor 6-4112 for pickup and delivery service. WE GIVE VALUABLE PREMIUMS!!! Ask for a Premium Savings Book the next time you are in. SAFE FAST ECONOMICAL COLLEGE HILLS LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS 902 Foster, E . . . 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