The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, June 27, 1968, Image 5

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Registration Soars For Poultry Meet Advance registration totals 1,118 for the 57th annual Poultry Science Association meeting July 8-12 at Texas A&M. Dr. J. H. Quisenberry, head of the A&M Poultry Science Depart ment and in charge of local arrangements for the conference, said the 1,118 total is comprised of 421 PSA member, 102 associate members, 113 guests, 214 wives and 268 children. A total of 277 technical papers will be presented in nine sessions meeting simultaneously Tuesday through Thursday. On July 10, Sen. Herman Talmage (D-Geor- gia) will have a direct telephone hookup from Washington D. C. in the Geology Lecture Room for a symposium on “Marketing En abling Legislation and Orders.” Since Georgia is a leading poultry producing state, the talk should draw many interested people, according to Quisenberry. Other talks will cover pathol ogy, Extension Service activities, environment, physiology, nutri tion, genetics, marketing and in structions. A total of 15 special breakfasts have been scheduled Tuesday through Friday for common in terest groups. One breakfast will be for the alumni of A&M, ex pected turnout will be 49 for this breakfast, he said. A total of 757 people will be staying in campus dormitories and 64 rooms of the Memorial Student Center will be occupied by the PSA participants. Among the many social activi ties will be tours of the National Aeronautics and Space Adminis tration (NASA), the Astrodome and Astroworld, all in Houston the Hem'isFair in San Antonio, and a tour of the A&M campus and ulantation. Another special event, Quisen berry said, will be a Texas style barbecue Tuesday evening. The meal will be followed by a unique, three-screen color slide presenta tion of “The Murder of Silence,” which shows how a man can spoil his environment. gp'! , • , '" i THE BATTALION Thursday, June 27, 1968 College Station, Texas Page 5 j ' - ■ V f . 1, Recently Marrieds Must Change Name A&MStudent Head Of National Group PSA PROCESSING Mrs. Linda Greathouse, left, Miss Jackie Dierr, secretaries, and Dr. R. L. Atkinson of the Texas A&M Poultry Science Department work their way through some of 1,118 advance registrations which have come in for the 57th annual Poultry Science Association meet ing July 8-12 at A&M. About 277 technical papers will be presented in nine sessions meeting simultaneously during the overall conference. Brides and grooms have many official records to change, re minds Wanda Meyer, Extension home management specialist. Working brides should make sure all the records at their places of employment show their new status. Failure to do so can cause confusion later in regard to state, federal and local income taxes says the specialist. In addition, check all insurance policies and their benefits which frequently are offered through employers or labor union. Make sure all the names are in order on the benefits. Other records that need to car ry the bride’s new name are social security records, driver license and credit cards. These changes should be made as soon as pos sible after the wedding, says Mrs. Meyer. The Social Security Office has a change of name card that must be filled. The main office issues the bride a new card with her new name. A duplicate driver’s license with the bride’s new name can be ob tained from the local driver li cense office for one dollar. If the license expires within 90 days then the license will just be re newed with the new name on it. At the Pesach (Passover) festi val, three matzohs wrapped in a napkin are placed on the special seder platter. They represent the three divisions of I,srael: priests, Levites and Israelites. Kamaluddin Hyder, Texas A&M doctoral student in food technol ogy, has been elected president of the national Association of Pakistani Students of America. Hyder, 26, was named head of the 3,000-member organization in convention at Ann Arbor, Mich., to serve for the 1968-69 school year. Other officers and executive committee members chosen with Hyder are studying in Ohio, Wis consin, Massachusetts and Illinois universities. Local chapters are the basis of the national organiza tion. The new pre(sident said re gional meetings will supplant the national convention during the coming year. Hyder, one of 33 Pakistani stu dents enrolled at A&M this sum mer, is studying for his Ph.D. under Agency for International Development (AID) contract. The son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Hyder, Dacca, East Pakistan, has been in the U. S. and at A&M two years. He expects to com- $840,000 Bonds Get ‘A’ Rating An “A” rating for the sale of $840,000 in general obligation bonds has been received from Moody’s Investors Service, D. A. “Andy” Anderson, Mayor, re ported. Mayor Anderson, City Manager Boswell, and Davis McGill, finan cial advisor to the city, were in New York on Monday to appear before Moody’s Investors Service in behalf of a rating for the bonds. The mayor was gratified with the rating received, and indicated that such would no doubt be re flected in a lower interest rate when the bonds are sold. Mayor Anderson indicated that July 15 has been set for opening bids on the bonds. Money from the sale of the bonds will be used to construct the city hall, fire station-police headquarters, and provide monies for the East By-Pass and street improvements as earlier approved by the public. In conclusion, Mayor Anderson stated that an architect would soon be employed to develop plans for the ciyt hall and fire station- police headquarters. PARDNER You’ll Always Win The Showdown When You Get Your Duds Done CAMPUS CLEANERS plete doctoral studies in 1970. Hyder graduated from Notre Dame. College at Dacca In 1959 and received the bachelor of science in chemical engineering at at the East Pakistan University of Engineering and Technology in 1963. He edited the “Pakistan Stu dents Forum,” monthly newslet ter of the A&M association, and was editor-in-chief of “The Pakis tan Student,” magazine of the national association. SHOP JOYCE’S For Quality At Budget Prices Ladies Petite Girls Boys To 18 Maternity Infants JOYCE’S 608 Texas Ave. Bryan FOREIGN FILM FESTIVAL —A HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE— “HANOI 13” Winner 1967 Leitzig Film Festival “FALN” “SKIES ABOVE” “NOW” Concerns Current Struggle of Blacks in U. B. SATURDAY, JUNE 29 8:00 P. M. Room 3-B 3-C, M.S.C. 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