The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 28, 1964, Image 4

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THE BATTALION Page 4 College Station, Texas Thursday, May 28, 1964 Houston Sales Club Honors 2 Seniors Houston Sales Executives Club H. W. Peters Memorial Scholar ship Awards of $250 each have been presented Aggie seniors Don ald D. Carter of Splendora and R. Dean Lewis of Normangee. The winners were announced dur ing the annual Sales Clinic held last week under sponsorship of the School of Business Administra tion, the sales executives elub and the A&M Marketing Society, stu dent group. Student activities, need, apparent aptitude for marketing, and schol arship were key factors in select ing the winners, George M. Keith of the Houston club said. Robert M. Cummings is president of the sales executives. Several hundred persons attend ed the sales clinic to hear members of the Houston club talk specialized areas of marketing. New, Rebuilt LEONARD’S AUTO SUPPLY AGGIES: Come to Leonard’s for your discount where your business is appreciated. Automatic transmission fluid 25tf — Rebuilt Spark Plugs 25tf Chev., Ford brake shoes (2-wheel) $2.75 — Filters Save 50% 6 Volt Batteries as low as $8.95 Look For LEONARD’S AUTO SUPPLY Highway 21 & Sims TA 2-4195 HOLIDAY Saturday, May 30, 1964, being a Holiday, in observ ance of Memorial Day, the undersigned will observe that date as a Holiday and not be open for business. First Bank and Trust University National Bank City National Bank First National Bank Bank of Commerce Bryan Building & Loan Association Community Savings & Loan Association FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD WINNING FACULTY MEMBERS Eight A&M University faculty-staff mem bers each received $1,000 checks and gold watches from the Association of Former Students for distinguished service to A&M. They are (left to right) Michael G. Rekoff Jr., electrical engineering; A. F. Isbell, chemistry; A. B. Wooten, agricultural eco nomics ; Richard D. Turk, veterinary para sitology ; Meta S. Brown, soil and crop sci ences ; Haskell M. Monroe Jr., history; Rich ard C Potts, assistant director of agricul tural instructor, and H. D. Smith, chief of A&M’s Firemen’s Training School. Muster Reaches Overseas The strong spirit of the recent annual Aggie Muster reached clear to East Pakistan, according to a letter received by Dr. Jack Gray, director of the International Pro grams Office at A&M University. The letter, written by Jack T. Sloan, describes how American and Pakistani Aggies organized the program. Sloan, visual aids spe cialist with the Agricultural Ex tension Service, is on leave from A&M working with the Agency for International Development pro gram at East Pakistan Agricul tural University. The program included an in vocation by Dr. Quazi Rahim, class of 1954. Sloan, class of 1934, recited the muster tradition; Doyle Graves, class of 1931, read the roll call for the absent; and Dr. Latif Mian, class of 1962, gave the clos ing ceremony. Dr. R. G. Reeves, A&M genetics professor on leave, was a guest at the ceremony. Other former students attending the muster were Cecil Dickson, A. Y. M. Anqarul Huq, M. A. Latif, Hamid Miah, A. H. Talukdar; Mon- awar Ahmad, Abul Hasnath, A. N. M. Qadir, Dr. Mark Young, S. U. Choudhury, M. Idris, A. Wahed, Fazle Imam Fazli and T. Hussain Sarker. NG THE PR OFS Meat Institute Official Signed A high official in the American Meat Institute Foundation in Chi cago will join the A&M University Department of Animal Husbandry July 1 as a professor. He is Dr. Wendell A. Landmann, chief of the Division of Analyti cal and Physical Chemistry of the AMIF. Dr. O. D. Butler, head of the Department of Animal Husbandry, said the scientist’s transfer to the university is “part of our con tinuing effort here to integrate programs on beef research from conception to consumption.” “Dr. Landmann is an established leader in the field of meats chemis try,” Butler said. “He has 45 tech nical articles to his credit, many of which relate directly to the re search program he will be conduct ing here.” The department head said Land mann will work on such research as comparing chemical character istics of tender and tough beef muscle fibers. He will then at- temp to determine causes and genetical pathways leading to higher palatability beef production. ★ ★ ★ Wallace D. Beasley, chief of A&M University’s Police Train ing School, will be one of the featured speakers at the Texas Police Association’s meeting in El Paso June 16. More than 350 police officials throughout Texas are expected to attend. Subject of Beasley’s talk will be the “Challenge to Police Training Today.” ★ ★ ★ Dr. Davis A. Fahlquist of A&M University will participate in a NATIONAL BRANDS WEEK AT SAFEWAY! 14-Oz. Bottle Imperial Sugar Crisco Shortening Del Monte Fruit Cocktail Heinz Ketchup Libby’s Blackeye Peas Campbell’s Pork & Beans Cragmont Beverages Morton’s Cream Pies Party Pride Ice Cream Enriched Corn Meal 49< 29* Lucerne Party Dips OQc Assorted Varieties. 8-Oz. Carton Melrose Cookies A S i Coconut, Lemon, Sugar. Oatmeal-Pecan. IB'/i-Oz. PIcg.^^B For ■■ Lucerne Drinks O 4,Q<t Fruit Punch. Orange, Grape.'/i-Gal. Cartons ■MB For ■ With $2.50 Purchase Pure Cane. 5-Lb. Bag (Great Western. 5-Lb. Bag 37c) With $2.50 Purchase No. 303 Can Fresh No. 300 Can No.-300 Can Assorted Flavors. 12-Oz. Can Frozen Lemon, Banana, Coconut, Chocolate, Neapolitan. 14-Oz. Pie Lucerne Gourmet Quality. Asst. Flavors. Vz-Gal. Ctn. Kitchen Craft White. 5-Lb. Bag (Yellow. 5-Lb. 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Fri., and Sat., May 28, 29, 30 in Bryan We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities No teles to Dealers. 10* 32* 1 SAFEWAY seismic reflection study of tl> Mediterranean Sea’s undemte surfaces this summer. Falhquist, assistant professor ti geology and geophysics, spat three previous summers attempt, ing to solve mysteries surrounding underwater land belts in the Met terranean. His doctoral dissertation shoij results of seismic reflections of tls underwater land areas. Other n. search scientists will be involvd in various other studies durit; the cruise. Falhquist will join scientists it Turkey about mid-June for a sii to eight-week passage through tk western portion of the Meditem nean. His work is being sponsored 1; the Office of Naval Research. He will return to A&M in mid August. ★ ★ ★ Dr. Grady P. Parker, AO University science educator, is listed in the newly-publisM “Who’s Who in America.” Parker’s interests are reflected in his activities in scientific and educational associations at Hit state and national level. In 1940 he joined the AO chemistry faculty and served for eight years before transferring to the Department of Education and Psychology. Professor Parker is a fellow of the Texas Academy of Sciena and the American Association for the Advancement of Science ‘ ★ ★ ★ Dr. W. B. Davis and Jerome l Mankins of A&M University's Department of Wildlife Manage ment will be among a limited nitt ber of Americans attending classes in Costa Rica this summer. They will take a biology course on the evolution of tropical plants at the University of Costa Rici. The classes are sponsored by tie Organization for Tropical Studies, a scientific and educational cor poration formed by a group American educational institutions The entire Republic of Costa Rica serves as the classroom and' laboratory for the July 6 througt August 28 study. Davis, head of wildlife manage ment, for several years has con ducted several research projects it Latin American countries, includ ing a current three-year free tailed bat study. He feels that more knowledge about the development of tropical plants may solve some of the mys teries about the guano bats. PENNY WISE- JOB FOOLISH In planning your career it pays to see a specialist. Some things you can do 1 yourself. For that important job, though, see us. We’re experts-help find futures fast through the world's largest network of person nel consultants, with over 100 offices coast-to-coast. • ggjffl Certainly your future is Jem&b worth a nominal invest- RfiMi ment. 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