The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 11, 1966, Image 5

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isters Assist Ailing Aggies The welcome carpet and wheel ed stretcher are rolled out for patients by the Wells sisters at the A&M hospital. Front office receptionists, two young women raised on an Ed wards Plateau sheep ranch reg ister Aggies with patience, coun try grace and humor. A third sister joins the office May 23. Bonnie Sue Northcutt, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lent Wells of Camp Wood, has admit ted patients since 1962. Ava Lee Luce started her Ph.T (put ting hubby through) last June. Jessie Kay, who is graduating from Nueces Canyon High in Barksdale, is next. Dr. Charles R. Lyons, hospital director who tells them about big sheep operations in Montana, hired 5-foot-7 Bonnie when a new shelf filing system requiring a long reach was installed. “How tall are you?” was his principal job interview query. When Ava graduated and mar ried Eddie Luce, a junior biology major commuting to Sam Hous ton State, Bonnie asked about job openings. “Do you have another sister?” he asked. It isn’t the first time the sisters have done things together. They were FFA sweethearts during each’s junior year at NCH, homecoming queen candidates and two were cheerleaders. Kay dates the younger brother of Bonnie’s husband Norvell, an education graduate working toward his Ph.D. here. At the Wells ranch, caring for 1,200 sheep, 400 goats and 40 head of cattle is a family affair. Bonnie was the eldest of five children and in charge of shear ing time roundup. Working the rocky, brushy ter rain on horseback with a couple of border collies made getting thrown, rolled over by a horse and meeting rattlesnakes part of life. It’s a bit tamer but no less exciting to them at the reception desk. “You have to like people a lot and enjoy being around them” Bonnie remarked. “We see 230 a day. Many cuts, bruises, and as sorted ills are received, as well as unusual requests.” “The day before Military Ball, an Aggie limped in on a broken foot he’d been walking on a day. His date was arriving in two hours and he didn’t want to be on crutches,” Ava chuckled. “Meanwhile, they stand there gulping down all the germs hos pital sterilization techniques can not take out of the air,” smiled Bonnie. BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES ii per word ional day Out day . . . 1< per word Minimi each additional niim charge—50* DEADLINE 4 p.m. day before publication Classified Display 90« per column inch each insertion FOR SALE Mo-Ped Motor-bike. Call 846-4327, V-l-J [ensel. 312t3 Army Officers dress blue, coat 40-long, ants size 32. Call 846-8649. 312t3 Chrome breakfast room suit. Kroehler ouch makes bed, Kroehler chair, Formica offec table, Formica end table. 846-5976 (ter 5:00 p. m. 312t3 Excellent Hoover washing machine, al- lost new, apartment size, 120 volts. Phone 46-6827 . 3 1 2t3 Must sell cheap. 1962 Biscayne, 4 door tandard Chevrolet. $650.00. Call TA 3- 421 after 5 p. m. 312t4 Gigantic rummage sale, sponsored by 'AY I wives, May 14th from 8 a. m. to 6 . m. Hensel Park Pavilion. 311t4 I'/u ton Mitchell air-conditioner, very ood condition. Call 846-7930 311t4 '54 Ford. $140.00. Excellent condition, iall 846-5266. 31115 Fredericks 18,400 BTU Air-conditioner, ienmore cooking stove, pine desk, Holly- icod bed frame and mattress. Call 846- 863 . 311t3 '62 Corvair 700 blue, three speed stick, adio, heater, eight month old tires. VI 6- 712 after 5:00 p. m. 311t3 1956 Buick Special. $200.00. J. B. Corns, (agle 312. 311t4 Solid Mahogany Dining Room set. Five ide and one arm chairs, large leaf table nd buffet. $95.00. Call 822-4064. 310t3 1963 Studebaker Lark, 6 cylinder, stan- ard shift, $495. Call 846-3449. 310t4 1957 Chevrolet, Bel-Air, 2 dr, hardtop, lack, 283 V8, auto, trans., radio, heater, 400, Larry Jerden, 846-4910, The BAT- 'ALION. 309t4 '63 Impala 2 dr., hardtop, V8, standard ransmission, radio, rear speaker, new tires, xcellent condition. Call 846-8420. 307t4 '63 TR 4, white with red upholstery, 6,000 miles, electric overdrive, new tires, xtra clean, $1375. Call 846-6086. 307t8 Electrolux Sales and Service. G. C. Wil iams, 1105 E. 2t)th St. Bryan. Phone 123-5331. 268tfn INSTRUCTION Riding lessons, Ages 6-14, Saturday nomings. Call 846-3616 for information. 306t9 CHILD CARE Child care, all ages. Baby food fur- alahed. 846-8161. 257tfn Gregory’s Day Nursery—846-4005. 218tfn HUMPTY DUMPTY CHILDREN CEN TER, 3406 South College, State Licensed 123-8 6 2 6, Virginia D. Jones, R. N. 99tfn FOR RENT TO GRADUATE STUDENT FOR SUM MER TERMS, furnished air-conditioned room and bath in my home two blocks from campus in fine residential section 846-6498. 312t3 T furn from per month. Available June 1. 823-8181. 312t3 One bedroom furnished apartment, air mditioned. Available now. Call 822-3627. 310tfn Large, cool bedroom, nicely furnished, single beds for one or two occupants, private entrance. Also, nicely furnished apartment, air conditioned, private en trance, private bath, near North Gate, 500 Main Street, College Station, 846-5544. 307tfn EMPLOYMENT NOTICE Designations as to sex in our Help Wanted and Employment Agency columns are made only (1) to indicate bona fide occupa tional qualifications for employment which an employer regards as reasonably neces sary to the normal operation of his business or enterprise, or (2) as a convenience to our readers to let them know which posi tions the advertiser believes would be of more interest to one sex than the other because of the work involved. Such desig nations shall not be taken to indicate that any advertiser intends or practices any un lawful preference, limitation, specification or discrimination in employment practices. HELP WANTED STATE MOTEL, rooms and kitchen, day the University, 846- 262tfn and weekly rate, near 6410. VICTORIAN APARTMENTS Midway between Bryan & A&M University • All General Electric built-ins • 1 & 2 bedrooms with 1 or 1V4 baths • Central heat & air • Large walk-in closets • Beautiful courtyard with swimming pool • Carpets & Drape rport • Furnished Or unfurnished • Resident manager. Apt. 1 401 Lake Phone 822-2035 154tfn ?es • Carports & laundry facilities SPECIAL NOTICE FACULTY AND STAFF ATTENTION: Copperas Hollow Country Club of Caldwell, Texas (member of United States Golf Association) has a limited number of Associate memberships open. The club facilities include a 9-hole golf course, lake and club house if interested contact Mr. Rudy Knape, PGA Pro at LO 7-4422 Cald well, Texas. 312t4 GIL’S RADIO & TV Sales: Curtis Mathis, Westinghouse Service: All makes and models, including color T. V. & multiplex F M 2403 S. College 822-0826 REPORTS, THESES, DISSERTATIONS Miscellaneous Typing BARBARA ROBISON 332 Jersey Street, College Station, Tex. PHONE: 846-5832 LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex-A-Diet tablets. Only 98^ at Madeley Pharmacy. 312tl SUL ROSS LODGE NO. 1300 A.F. & A.M. Called meeting. Wednesday, May 11 at 7:00 p. m. The *\ / t \ Master Mason’s Degree will be \ ' 1 O conferred. '\ 's r . W. W. Spurlock, WM Joe Woolket, Sec’y 311t2 .A Will do ironing in my home. Call 822- 0764. 311t2 PRACTICAL NURSE Opening NURSERY - JUNE 6 $10.00 PER WEEK All Ages Accepted Call TA 2-4138 - Ask For Marjorie Burkhalter 311tfn GRADUATING SENIORS And Other MATURE STUDENTS If you wish to start a small business this summer as a distributor of a new line of business equipment in your town Call 846-6507. Will not only produce income this summer but permanently, full time effort not required. Min imum initial investment of $60.00 needed. 311t4 AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 3400 S. College 823-8051 Havoline, Enco, Ama lie, Conoco 30c qt. Where low oil prices originate. Quantity Rights Reserved Parts Wholesale Too Filters, Oil, Air - Fuel 10,000 Parts - We Fit 90% of All Cars - Save 25 - 40% AC, Cham pion - Autolite Plugs Nylon Carpet Set $16.95 Brake Shoes $2.90 ex. (most cars) Auto trans. oil 25$ AC - Champion - Autolite plugs Tires—Low price every day — Just check our price with any other of equal quality. Your Friedrich Dealer Joe Faulk Auto Parts 220 E. 25th Bryan, Texas JOE FAULK ’32 20 years in Bryan SLIDE RULERS OF THE WORLD UNITE! You have nothing to lose but — you can join the IMAD Club. Member ship now open. Liftime “professional” membership card with beautiful, gold- plated, hand-polished slide rule tie- clasp. (Engraved calibrations and numerals). Decorative and useful. Has that fine jewelry look. Nicely boxed (Engr: l. Decorative and useful. H le j< conversation piece. Only $1.00 ppd. CUSTOMCRAFT CREATIONS P. O. Box 1111, Dept. 777C, Providence, Rhode Island 02901. 307t6 and used stereos, T. V., refrigerators, air conditioners, etc. WHITE AUTO STORE, College Station, VI 6-5626. HORSEBACK RIDING—iy 2 miles West 25th on Sandy Point Road. Child] and adult mounts. Open Sat. and Sun. 8 to 6 p. m. 306t9 FREIGHT SALVAGE • Brand Name Furniture • Household Appliances • Bedding • Office Furniture • Plumbing Fixtures All damaged items restored to full utility by our repairs department. C & D SALVAGE CO. 32nd & S. Tabor Streets — Bryan Owned and operated by Henry and Josephine Conway. AUTO REPAIRS All Makes Just Say: “Charge It” Cade Motor Co. Ford Dealer Married Students MEN and WOMEN You Can Earn $8.50 per hour and this summer in you art time or full tim ion write Box 695 c/o Bryan Daily Eagle ; Bryan, Texas. 805tfn in your spare time. Part time or full time. For information write Bo: Wanted: persons 3ek, for evening work 3 to 5 nights per week, good wages, if 21 years older apply by sending biographical outline and references to Box 4966, College Station. 303tfn Counselors and riding instructors needed r summer employment on Eastern Boy’s Riding Ranch. Applicants must be 19 have riding experience. 6-8228. years or over and Contact Larry M. Greenhaw, 84 The aitress Ramad a Inn. Apply in person at 208tfn R.N. to work 8-11 p.m. and 11-7 a.m. and relief shift at Madison County Hos pital. Starting salary $350.00 and up. Meals provided ; uniforms laundered. Con tact B. Tugger, R.N. at VI 6-5493 after 6 p.m. 187tfn 296tfn USED CARS ion, g<x Best off les, er over $1200. 846-8694. WORK WANTED REMODELING, REPAIR WORK AND JENERAL CONTRACTING, after 5:00 call 846-5918. DON MARABLE. 290tfn Typing, 823-6410. OFFICIAL NOTICE Official noti of Student Pu 1 p. m. Students plan- Teach- Education & Psycholi ning to take Educ. 425, Student ing, next fall must preregister in Rm. 401 Acad. Bldg., Wed., May 11, 4 p.m. Second preregistration session will be Rm. 401, Acad. Bldg., May 17, 4 p.m. 312t2 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Young, Robert Lee Degree: Doctor of Philosophy In Electrical Engineering Dissertation: Interaction in Multivariable Systems Time: May 12, 1966 at 2:00 p. m. Place: Room 116, Bolton Hall Bldg. Wayne C. Hall Dean of Graduate Studies 312t2 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Weng, Pao-Shan Degree: Doctor of Philosophy In Nuclear Engineering Dissertation: Lithium Flouride Thermo luminescent Responses to Neutrons Time: May 12, 1966 at 1:00 - 3:00 p. m. Place: Room 201-A, W. T. Doherty Bldg. Wayne C. Hall Dean of Graduate Studies 312t2 SIGNATURE LOANS $10 TO $100 Prompt Confidential Service UNIVERSITY LOAN COMPANY 317 Patricia (North Gate) Tel: 846-8319 TRANSMISSIONS REPAIRED & EXCHANGED Completely Guaranteed LOWEST PRICES 118 S. Bryan —Bryan— 822-6874 • Watch Repair • Jewelry Repair • Diamond Senior Rings • Senior Rings Refinished C. W. Varner & Sons Jewelers North Gate 846-581G TYPEWRITERS Rentals-Sales-Service Terms Distributors For: Royal and Victor Calculators & Adding Machines CATES TYPEWRITER CO. 909 S. Main 822-6000 OFFICIAL NOTICE THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Olson, Robert Merle Degree: Doctor of Philosophy In Civil Engineering Dissertation: An Investigation of Colli sions of Automotive Vehicles With Break- sions of Autorm ay Sign Supp 12 1966 at 5:00 Time: Ma p. m. ve away Highway Sign Supports ay Place: TTI Conference Room, Highway Research Bldg. Wayne C. Hall Dean of Graduate Studies 312t2 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Hoover, William Leroy of Philosophy In Soil ’er, Degree: Doctor Chemistry Dissertation : Retention of Zinc by Soils As Related to Mineralogy and Extrac tion Methods Time: May 12, 1966 at 2:00 p. m. Place: Room 107, Agronomy Bldg. Wayne C. Hall Dean of Graduate Studies 312t2 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Claque, Alfred Derek Hunter tor of Philosophy In Chemistry Far Infrared, Raman and NMR Spectroscopic Studies of Molecular Name: Degree: Doc Dissertation : Structures and Properties Time: May 12, 1966 at 4:00 p. m. Place: Room 220, Chemistry Budg. Wayne C. Hall Dean of Graduate Studies 312t2 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Nightingale, Arthur Esten Degree: Doctor of Philosophy In Horti- r Development in Snap Vulgaris L. cv Wade) ly N-Dimethyl Amino culture Dissertation n (Ph Influe Bear on : Phaseolus enced By Succinamic Acid Sprays and Moisture Stress. Time: May 13, 1966 at 9:30 a. m. Place: Room 302, Plant Sciences Bldg. Wayne C. Hall Dean of Graduate Studies 312t2 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Boswell, James Louis Doctor of Philosophy In Zoology iophy ertation : Some Effects of Acute 60Co amma Radi* Stages of the Developmental imp, Artemia ree: me Gamma Radiatio ages of the Brine Shrimp, salina (L.) Time: May 13, 1966 at 3:00 p. m. Place: Room 107, Biological Science Bldg. Wayne C. Hall Dean of Graduate Studies 312t2 A limited number of NATIONAL DE FENSE STUDENT LOANS will be made for Summer Session '66. Funds availably are limited, only those students who are qualifying to teach at elementary, secon dary or college level will be considered. Application forms may be obtained from Student Financial Aid, 303 YMCA, April Regalia for the May, 1966, Commencement Exercise All students who are candidates for the of Doctor of Philosophy are required to order hoods as well as the doctor’s cap and gown. The hoods are to be left at the Registrar’s Office no later than 1:00 p. m., Tuesday, May 24 (this will be accom plished by a representative of the College Exchange Store). The Ph.D. hoods will not be worn in the procession since all such candidates will be hooded on the stage as a part of the ceremonies. Candidates for the Master’s Degree will wear the Master’s cap and gown. All civilian students who are candidates for the Bachelor’s Degree will wear the bachelor’s cap and gown. ROTC students who are candidates for the Bachelor’s Degree will wear the Class “A” cadet uniform in lieu of academic regalia. Senior boots are optional with the uniform. Rental of caps and gowns may be arranged with the Exchange Store. Orders may be placed between 8:00 a. m. Monday, May 9 The nd 5 :00 p. m. Friday, May 20. The rental ictor’s cap $5.25 ; Master’s cap and gown, $4.75 ; Bachelor’s cap and gown, $4.25. Hood as .25 : >r’s cap and gown, rental is the same as that for cap and gown. A 2% Texas State Sales Tax is re quired in addition to these rentals. 307tl2 CORRECTIONS IN SUMMER BULLETIN Astronomy and Applications of Modem Physics, Summer 1966. Contrary to the Bulletin of Summer Session 1966 recently released. Physics 310, Modern Physics and Physics 314, Astronomy, are open in the Physics 314, Astronomy, are op 1 first summer term to all students with the prerequisites. Physics 202 and Math ematics 103, respectively. Only in the second summer term is there a restriction, that Physics 314 is reserved for students in the NSF Earth Science Institute. 304tfn For BEST RESULTS TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED HOME & CAR RADIO REPAIRS SALES & SERVICE KEN’S RADIO & TV 303 W. 26th 822-2819 DONAHO SALES CO. 207 W. 28th 823-6666 Damaged & Unclaimed Freight, Quality Merchandise At Substantial Savings. SOSOLIK'S TV & RADIO SERVICE Zenith - Color & B&W - TV All Makes - TV - Repaired 713 S. Main 822-1941 Cecil Sez: We meet all advertised prices on Major Brand Oils. Filters % Price — All Sizes. 100% new oil 10$ qt. All Brands Motor Oil Wholesale Prices. BRYAN OIL, WHSE. 805 N College (Highway 6, N) at 19th THE BATTALION Wednesday, May 11, 1966 College Station, Texas Page 5 AIDING THE AILING . . . Bonnie Sue Northcutt, left, and Ava Lee Luce check an Aggie into the campus hospital. Board Schedules Inspection Tour Texas A&M’s Board of Direc tors will make inspection trips of outlying university properties this weekend and May 21-22. First stop is at the Rice Pas ture Research and Extension Cen ter near Beaumont. Later in the morning the board will tour the Texas Maritime Academy at Gal veston. In the afternoon the board will fly over the Gulfcoast Pasture Beef Cattle Research Station near Angleton and the Plant Dis eases Experiment Station near Yoakum. Other Saturday stops include the Coastal Bend Experiment Station near Beeville and the Lower Rio Grande Valley Re search and Extension Center near Weslaco. Enroute Sunday to the Far- West Texas Research Station at El Paso, the board will fly over the Rio Grande Plains Research- Demonstration Station near Crystal City, the Junction Ad junct, Ranch Experiment Station near Sonora and the Trans-Pecos Experiment Station near Pecos. Also on the Sunday itinerary are visits to the Southwestern Great Plains Research and Ex tension Center near Lubbock. Cudlipp Forestry Center and other Texas Forest Service prop erties in the Lufkin area top the May 21 tour. Flyovers are scheduled for Fairchild State For est near Maydell, Overton Re search and Extension Center near Overton, and the East Texas Re search Station near Tyler en route to the North Center Texas Research Station at Denton. The board will fly over Fruit Investigation Station near Mon tague and tour the Wichita Val ley Experiment Station near Iowa Park before flying to Stephen- ville for a Saturday evening ap preciation dinner for E. J. Howell, retiring president of Tarleton State College. Initial stop May 22 is the Roll ing Plains Soil and Crop Re search Station near Chillicothe. Flyovers are scheduled for the Rolling Plains Livestock Research Station near Spur and the Big Spring Field Station. Afternoon inspections include the Livestock and Forage Re search Center near McGregor, the Blackland Experiment Station near Temple, and a flyover of the Stiles Farm Foundation at Thrall. A&M, SHS Win 1st Place Awards In Photo Salon Texas A&M and Sam ‘Houston State captured the first place rib bons in the eighth Southwest In tercollegiate Photo Salon at A&M Saturday. Dr. Joe Smith of Caldwell, Photographic Society of America — exhibitor and member of the Memorial Student Center Cam era Committee, hung the best print and was selected outstand ing salon photographer.. The Caldwell physician’s pho tographs took the two top spots in the pictorial category. Aggie winners were J. B. Leon ard of Abilene, first, still life; Dan Hatzenbuehler of Dallas, first, news; Dan Malcolm of Can adian, first, portraiture; Russell Autrey of Bryan, third, human interest; Phillip Harz of San An tonio, third, portraiture, and Adrian Smith of Anaheim, Calif., third, still life. Applications Open For Government, Fulbright Grants Texas A&M students interested in Fulbright Scholarships and other U. S. government grants under the Fulbright-Hays Act may apply through Dr. J. M. Nance, Fulbright program ad viser. Nance, Department of History head, said the awards are for study abroad in 1967-68. Approximately 900 Fulbright grants, 45 joint U. S.-Other Gov ernment grants and 89 travel- only grants are available in 54 foreign countries. Applicants must be U. S. citi zens, have a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent by the beginning grant date. Deadline for appli cations is Oct. 25. A&M students may apply at 208 Nagle Hall. Others not en rolled may apply directly to the Institute of International Educa tion. Fifty grants will be offered to graduating seniors and recent graduates of American universi ties for study in Bolivia. Domini can Republic, Ecuador, Guate mala, Venezuela and other Latin American countries. Recom mended fields are social sciences, political science, history, law and humanities. Nance pointed out opportuni ties for teaching assistantships in France, India and Italy for stu dents wanting to teach English as a foreign language. Italy also needs American language litera ture, history, philosophy and law teachers. Sweden will host American lit erature and civilization teachers. Among countries offering al lowances for maintenance of de pendents are Ceylon, China, Nepal, Norway, India, Japan, Poland, Portugal and Turkey. Preference for awards is given candidates who have not lived abroad and are 35 or younger. Competition is open to both men and women. A working knowl edge of the language of the country in which study will take place is required in many in stances. In other countries, En glish is sufficient. Former Corps Heads Honored At Harvard Two previous commanders of Texas A&M’s Corps of Cadets have earned recognition at Har vard’s Graduate School of Busi ness Administration. Bill Heye of San Antonio, a 1960 graduate, was named a Bak er Scholar. The faculty honor goes to the top five per cent of each class. Don Cloud of Kerens, 1959 Corps commander, won the class primary election for secretary. Both served tours of active duty with the Air Force before entering graduate school. V \ SOB! SHAVING EVERY DAY IS SUCH A UGH-DRAG! WHATCANSAVE MY TENDER, BEAUHEUL SKIN? If you’ve never used an electric shaver before, the Norelco Flip- Top’ Speedshaver® is a great way to find out the easier side of shaving. Its rotary blades stroke whiskers oft. Never cut or nick. They won’t hurt you. Neither will the price, which is about the same as a year's supply of razor blades and shave cream. P.S. 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