The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 31, 1962, Image 3

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>/ cm A&M Personnel Honored "-Receiving $1,000 and gold watches each at ~the annual Faculty and Staff Awards Pro- ! gram May 24 were these educators, counse- i,0#, lors, researchers and Extension Service TS2personnel. In the front row, left to right, !|are Gene Gowing, assistant professor, vet- Wf urinary medicine and surgery; Sylvia Cover, professor of foods and nutrition research, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station; Mrs. Velda Stout, Victoria County Home Demonstration Agent; and John P. Abbot, professor of English. Back row, left to right, Robert Murray Jr., student counselor; Charles Rodenberger, associate professor, aeronautical engineering; Thorruis Cart wright, professor of animal husbandry and genetics; Richard Wainerdi, research pro fessor and assistant to the dean of engineer ing. The Association of Former Students provided the awards. DsLocal Groups, College Men “Plan To Spread A&M Story Cans Members of the A&M develop- ent committee of the Bryan-Col- Juartge Station Chamber of Com- erce met with college officials id student leaders Wednesday on 3 Foil Discussion of plans for the com- -g academic year and the presen- ition of a §1,500 check to help nance the telling of the A&M j For ° ry highlighted the meeting. ’ The check was presented by laude Edge, who is chairman of 1-Lb, ie committee. The $1,500 will be sed primarily to help defray ex- r nses college representatives 1-Lb, '5 they travel to talk at high diool College Career Day pro- | tjl rams and also for some of the w ‘ cpenses connected with printing formative materials. 1TS rpj le e ight visitors from the BLl), lumber reviewed cadets as they arched into Duncan Dining Hall t-Lb.! the evening meal and then were guests for dinner with ca dets, civilian students and college officials. Among the officials present were Chancellor M. T. Harrington, Dean of Students James P. Hannigan, Col. Joe B. Davis, commandant, and Bennie A. Zinn, director of student affairs. Chamber of Commerce repre sentatives, in addition to Edge, included Henry Clay, Mit Dansby, R. B. Butler, John Brayton, Mark Campbell, Waldon Orr and Jimmy Dillon. Seven student leaders including Student Senate, Corps and Civilian Student Council representatives, met with the Chamber delegation and the college officials. The stu dents told of progress made dur ing the year ending, and the in coming leaders outlined their plans for the next year. 1-Lb 1-Lb 1-Lb' Fexas Veterinarians Attend L5th Annual Conference Here ■s are sbheduled to be heard by e attending veterinarians. The 15th annual Texas Confer- ice for Veterinarians is presently ;ing conducted on campus and ill continue through Saturday. U Conference activities began "ednesday with a reception and -LbS'.ffJe in the Memorial Student enter. Several out-of-state speak- -LbS< Among them is Dr. S. A. Pat- , rson, Mr D., associate professor UllCfl' radiology, University of Colo- 'do^ School of Medicine,' and as- _ 1.2 ciate professor of radiology and nsultant in radiology at the | [j dorado State University Veteri- ry. School. / r|His subject, “Radiological Safe- \ L I Rules,” is set for 9 a.m. Fri- STA^- .The medical doctor received his __^gree at the University of Min- ] e s ftbsota in 1941. His specialty train- in radiology was obtained in 110OIJ h U.S. Navy and the University Pennsylvania. OJEUJrhe other out-of-state speakers their subjects are Dr. H. E. HjUlnstutz of Purdue University, ®||||to will talk on “Diseases of the wSHvine Abomasum;” Dr. Ralph G. ||ickner of Oklahoma State Uni- «:sity, “Intravenous Anesthesia Small Animals;” and Dr. C. T. ison, practitioner at Little Rock, OLLEGE MASTER VI 6-4988 “Sports Car Center” Dealers for Renault-Peugeot & British Motor Can Sales—Parts—Service We Service All Foreign Cars” 416 Texas Ave. TA 2-4517 Ark., “Horse Practice Tips.” Dr. Amstutz and Dr. Buckner spoke Thursday, and Dr. Mason will speak just after Dr. Patterson. A special attraction of the con ference is a smorgasbord supper at 6:45 p.m. Thursday. Dr. Charles Hall, A&M associate pro fessor of veterinary microbiology, will be master of ceremonies. The final conference session will be at 2 p.m. Friday when surgical procedures and radiological dem onstrations will be seen on closed circuit television at the veterinary hospital. The conference is sponsored each year by the School of Vet erinary Medicine. Dr. R. D. Turk, head of the Department of Veteri nary Parasitology, is program chairman. College Students For Summer Work International firm to hire 30 stu dents for summer months—June - July - August to assist man ager of New Products Division. Must be free to travel in Texas — Have drivers license. Must be personable with pleas ant speaking voice. OVER AND ABOVE WEEKLY PAY CHECKS: COMPETE WITH FELLOW STUDENTS FOR: (A) $2,000 Cash Scholarship (B) Additional $1,000 Cash Scholarships Awarded Weekly. (C) To win one of many jet plane trips around the world (D) To win one of the Austin- Healy sportcars. Win One Or All Write immediately for appoint ment: Personnel Director. Suite 929 Bankers Mortgage Bldg. 708 Main Street, Houston, Tex. or Call CA 8-9804 for Personal Appt: Interviewing Saturdays 10: a. m. and Sunday 11:00 a. m. Chamber representatives out lined the “foster parent” program in which the C of C provides the leadership in bringing together certain freshmen and local fami lies. Among the ideas reported discussed was expanding this plan to include foreign students. Three Agricultural Engineers Selected As Design Winners Three A&M agricultural engi neering students have been named winners in the annual Texas Con crete Masonry Association struc tures design contest. First place and $125 went to Mohammed S. Choudhury of Dac ca, East Pakistan; second place and $75 to David N. Nelson of Katy; and third place and $50 to William G. Sarver of Baytown. Contest project was designs of a farm milking center. Awards were presented by N. Robert Bat ten, executive secretary of the Texas Concrete Masonry Associa tion. B. R. Stewart, assistant profes sor of agricultural engineering and instructor in the “agricultural structures” course, said selection of the winning designs was based on creative thinking, structural and functional adequacy and presentation. Choudhury received his BS de gree in mechanical engineering in 1958 from Ahsanullah Engineer ing College in East Pakistan and was a lecturer there for two and a half years before coming to A&M on the International Co-op eration Administration student ex change program. He is now work ing toward a master’s degree in agricultural engineering. PARDNER You’ll Always Win The Showdown When You Get Your Duds Done CAMPUS CLEANERS Summer Institute Offered Teachers The Department of Nuclear En gineering is offering a summer institute in radioisotope technolo gy .June 4-JuIy 14 for college teachers, according to Robert G. Cochran, head of the department. “We are offering this program for college teachers who for the most part will be science teach ers,” Cochran said. “These teach ers will obtain experience in the handling of radioisotopes by run ning - a large number of experi ments: Both the AGN-201 train ing reactor and the Nuclear Science Center reactor will be uti lized to produce isotopes for this program,” he added. The institute is supported by grants from the U.S. Atomic En ergy Commission and the National Science Foundation. Participants will receive financial support of $450 during attendance at the in stitute. Only those college teachers .who are teaching one or more courses in the physical sciences will be considered for admission. Appli cants must satisfy requirements for admission to the Graduate School although it is not neces sary to be admitted- as a regular student. Those who satisfy the requirements may obtain gradu ate credit for Nuclear Engineer ing 605 and 402. “We have ireceived word from 20 participants that they are com ing,” said Cocihran, “but we still have five positions unfilled.” Althoug'h applicants must have a good matheomatics and physics background, no* radioisotope train ing is necessary for attendance. THE BATTALION Thursday, May 31, 1962 College Station, Texas Page Scholarship Winner Charles R. Mauldin, ’63 from Bryan, has been named first place winner in the 1962 scholarship compe tition of the southwest Council, American Associa tion of Advertising Agen cies. Mauldin will receive a $500 scholarship to assist in furthering his advertising studies. Army ROTC Staffers Retire Two veteran Army sergeants, who have been assigned to the Army ROTC instructor unit at A&M since the 1950’s, are sched uled to retire from active duty July 31. They are SFC James R. Brown, who has been here since January of 1955, and SFC Robert L. Den nis, who has been assigned here since June of 1959. Both are na tive Texans and will retire with 20 years of service. SFC Dennis and bis wife and their two sons, Joseph, age 5, and Robert Jr., age 4, reside at 2506 Morris Lane, Bryan. COLLEGE MASTER VI6-4988 HURRY! HURRY! LAST 3 DAYS TO PLAY . SPELL C-A-S-H Coffee J w special 47 Shortening bakerite 3 a 49 Pillsbury Flour 5 - 39 Chunk Tuna food club j^s. Mellorine melo-freeze Miracle Whip ™aft Gallon Jar ; 49 1 AVOCADOS Nice Size Each 5 These prices good thru Sat. June 2.—In Bryan only. We reserve the right to limit quantity. Smoked Ham Ground Beef Jasmine Franks Jasmine Ranch Full Shank Brand Portion—Lb. 35 39 39 HONEY DEW MELONS LI) 5c FRESH TOMATOES u, 19c COOKED PICNICS Agar 3 It $1.39 SLICED BOLOGNA OT ST 49c Sell Your Books at SHAFFER'S