The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, August 02, 1972, Image 10

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FOR BEST RESULTS TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED Page 10 College Station, Texas Wednesday, August 2, 1972 THE BATTAl Providing Professional epresentation at Fidelity Union Life 846-8228 John Vinson ’68 Lyons, Miller win top honors at Army ROTC cami A&M cadets Leslie C. Lyons of Honolulu, Hawaii, and Robert J. Miller of Brecksville, Ohio, fin ished first and second among 2,400 at Army ROTC camp this summer at Fort Riley, Kan. Lyons and Miller were among 18 TAMU cadets who won special recognition for exemplary per formance and leadership potential at the Fifth U. S. Army camp, an nounced Col. Thomas R. Parsons. The commandant said achieve ments of cadets at the 1972 camp set a new standard of excellence exceeding that of several years. Parsons noted that 14 cadets are in the U. S. Army Ranger School at Fort Benning, Ga., and 70 who also attended the Riley camp earned paratrooper wings in separate training at their own expense at Benning. Colonel Parsons will attend the ranger school graduation exer cises Aug. 10 as the Fifth Army commander's representative. Lyons and Miller were among 18 TAMU cadets winning platoon leadership awards given to the cadet with the highest leadership potential index score of each pla toon. A building construction major and member of Company C-2 in the Corps of Cadets, Lyons re ceived the Camp Commander’s Outstanding Cadet Award. Mil ler’s award, also based on military proficiency and leadership score, was the Camp Commander’s award for the outstanding cadet of his cycle. The encampment at Fort Riley consisted of two cycles. Lyons also won the American Legion award, presented to the most outstanding cadet of each battalion. Coy R. Morris of Waco received the Army Commander’s leader ship award for the highest leader ship potential index score of each cycle. A similar award for the top scoring cadet of each company was taken by Lyons, Morris, Paul D. Workman of Laredo and Duane E. Byrd of Randolph AFB. They received platoon leader ship awards along with William D. Walker of Dallas; Charles L. Kroll, Lake Jackson; Arthur S. Saldana, Farmers Branch; James W. DeLony, Pasadena; Steward K. Hawkins, San Angelo; John F. Landgraf, Silsbee; Jeffrey R. Murray, Austin. sisted of a Spartan sal- U. S. savings bond ajif;....... certificate each. Tho , Legion presentation inti- medal, ribbon and $25 boA ris received a $50 ribbon. Also, James F. Kelly, Sinton; Max L. Knight, San Antonio; James P. McEver, New Orleans; Robert W. Cooper, De Ridder, La.; Werner C. Krueger, Cuero, and Richard A. Hoyt, Shaw AFB, S.C. Lyons and Miller’s awards con- The Fort Riley camp eluded Friday. WE GIVE AW arrAM^a m CARNATION UQUIP SLENDER Diet Food PEL MONTE GOLDEN CORN Cream Style 4 8814^88 Colonel Parsons noted! other seven cadets an If Army basic camp at Fr! Ky., to become elifriblefL m , two-year Army R0TcM iati !“■ itics o UJbotball E m o nVishlu Pa MONTI WHOLE POTATOES New PEL MONTE TOMATO JUICE Hearty 5^88j 3-88 PEL MONTE GREEN BEANS Cut niw rs Wins ho gridiron backed |; Rebui ...ack fiel (jj ndary ’ nt goa hd the; mi disl TOP QUALITY PROPUCE RUSHEP TO YOU PAYS FRESHER 10-88 3 88 FLORIDA PERSIAN US FANCY CORN . CALIFORNIA BARTLETT PEARS.. SUNKIST VALENCIA M ranges.4 88 CEU0 CARROTS .. 2 : 28* umes. 12 88 US#f PEACHES 3 88 ® • • EAST TEXAS CENTENNIAl M YAMS..4-88 PINEAPPLES Mexico OO SugaM. , 3 Fo, 00 WHITE GRAPES Thompson dO Seedless % • Lb. L „ w — / Hunts MI DRANGE JUICE Seald Sweet PEARl BEER 4: Pack A O Glass (Q C BAM A JEUV^ Wm ° rGr ‘ fe TOMATO SAUCE WHOLE TOMATOES.""?:. VIENNA SAUSAGE ^ f! TOMATO CATSUP 2 8 4 4 4 8-or. OQ 1 Cans OO 4 Z2 Oz.l Cans I 4-o/. QQ( Cans OO 51: 88' 6-0/. cans DISCOUNT HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS Lavoris 14-0/. BH. List U* * w • MOUTHWASH 88 1 SHAMPOO 88- POUOENT 88’ Head & Shoulders 2.7-oz. Tube List V s SWIFT PROTEN HEAVY BEEF SHOULDER I SWIFT PROTEN HEAVY BEEF 7 -BONE SWIFT PROTEN HEAVY BEEF ROLLED ROAST ROAST ROAST Family AA Me ib. oo e Thrifty ^A MmI «7o c B zr *008 Lb. | 9 SWIFT PR0TEN HEAVY BEEF RIB ROAST NORM ELS SLAB BACON Smoked 5 to 6 & 7 Ribs PIGGLY WIGGLY PROUDLY PRESENTS PR0TEN HEAVY BEEF ROASTS AS OUR AD FEATURE - FROM SWIFT AND COMPANY. —w (The most tmsted name in meats.) ( lYCllowt Swift Proten heavy beef $440 CHAR. BROIL STEAK « r-=a- These roasts can be "Oven Roasted, and are ouaranteed tender U.S.D.A. Grade Tablets 40 Ct. list tl. 19 FRYERS 29 whole — lb Swift Protfin heaw beef RANCH STYLE STEAK Swift Proten. heavy beef RIB STEAKS boneless * • » • Swift Proten heavy beef RIB EYE STEAKS Swift Proten heaw beef BEEF SHORT RIBS .... Swift Proten heavy beef, BONELESS BRISKET. ROAST . Swift Proten .heavy beef STEW MEAT bone/ess . „ * * Lb. 91 NOW WORTH $300 JfcEY flllrkansa U1 .20). G 'oil o 3 FINE STORE TO SERVE YOU » 4300 TEXAS AYE. * 3516 TEXAS AYE. * 200 E. 24th ST. COLIEGE STATION BRYAN TEXAS Double Green Stamps every Tuesday withl£50or more purchase. mese prices mop thors. PRI. t SAT. AUGUST 3,40 s, mt