The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 17, 1977, Image 3

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THE BATTALION THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1977 Page 3 ntj lam I , a Pi ’s ai{] »nlr j . diitj ueti sent J )le ssj ■h ait hisj the i Elaut ofatt in, ail . Asii i taiie byPJ if it i rij nryjl man’ll :icle, E jcteil‘1 i thej ; his« xposefl nmeil ms iiif ;minil g Am ;aniza servin[| . Eli ithept United Press International WASHINGTON — Some 19,000 tases of Pepperidge Farm, Inc., pretzels are being recalled because [he product is sprinkled with lye Crystals. The Food and Drug Administra tion (FDA) ordered the recall yes- lerday and warned consumers the |ve crystals-resembling salt crystals isually found on pretzels-can burn :he tongue, mouth and throat. Brand names recalled included Pepperidge Farm’s Thin Sticks, Nugget, Tiny Twist, Dutch style. Cheese Twigs, Plain Gems and Cheese Gems; Billy’s Pretzels, Thin iPretzel, Tiny Thin Pretzels, Special Pretzels, Dutch Pretzels, Baldee- Pretzels, Thin Pretzel Stix, Gems and Cheese Flavor Gems; Snyder’s of Hanover Guest Quality brand Pretzel Nibblers, Special Pretzel and Pretzel Logs; Cain’s brand Tiny Twist Pretzels, Pretzel Stix, Pretzel Twists and Dutch Pretzels; Crouthamel s Prize brand Thin iPretzels.Tiny Thin Pretzels, Stick Pretzels and Dutch Style; and Dutch Aalley brand Pretzel Gems. Lye and water are routinely used to give pretzels their glazed look. [The FDA said the process, properly tarried out, is safe because pretzels [absorb sodium hydroxide and the chemical is converted to sodium carbonate, a harmless substance, hvhen the pretzels are baked. tans RUDDER FORUM FEB. 14-19 8:00 P.M. STUDENTS $1.75 ADULTS $2.75 CHILDREN $1.00 SKYDIVING!!! Try a natural high United States Parachute Association Instructors & Jumpmasters FAA Certified Parachute Riggers — STUDENT DISCOUNTS GROUP DISCOUNTS 6 HOUR TRAINING COURSE TRAIN AND JUMP SAME DAY WITH EQUIPMENT FURNISHED — AUTOMATIC OPENING DEVICES ON CHUTES Call or write for complete information packet — John A. Berke, Jr., Training Director Spring Creek Parachute Ranch 3303 Louisiana, Suite 115 Houston, Texas 77006 (713) 468-3739 or locally PEANUT GALLERY 813 OLD COLLEGE ROAD 846-1100 THURSDAY NIGHT LUXURY LADIES NIGHT ALL FREE DRINKS 7-12 P.M. $3.00 COVER CHARGE FOR GUYS $2.00 COVER CHARGE FOR GIRLS No Waiting Line to be Served! Top of the News Campus FOUNDER of the College of Engineering at Prairie View A&M and former vice president of the school, Claude L. Wilson, was presented Houston’s 1977 Engineer of the Year Award. Texas FINAL approval by the House is expected today involving a bill to give tax breaks to farmers and ranchers. Rep. Bill Sullivant, D-Gainesville, said his plan to tax farm and ranch land accord ing to productivity rather than market value will be sent to the Senate after expected House ap proval. AN ORDINANCE eliminat ing nude and topless masseuses in San Antonio’s massage par lors, was found constitutional yesterday, but an injunction is sued while the ordinance was being considered in court has de layed the requirement that each masseuse take a course in anatomy and physiology when she applies for a license. The or dinance also requires a white uniform. Owners of massage par lors are also appealing a re quirement that customers regis ter on each visit. Police are al ready enforcing the outlawing of nudity. ATTORNEYS defending oil millionaire T. Cullen Davis, have claimed misuse of the grand jury system. Davis is charged with killing his stepdaughter. The attorneys’ accusation was a result of new grand jury indict ments charging Davis with wounding his wife and family friend. The indictments were handed down a week before his trials. Attorneys claim the new indictments on the eve of the trial were an attempt to preju dice the jurors. National THE AVERAGE refund sent to taxpayers who already have filed 1976 returns was $456.34, said the Internal Revenue Serv ice yesterday. It’s the highest ever and probably will climb even more before all returns are processed. However, this year’s error rate is alarming the IRS, for after processing 1.8 million returns at the 10 regional service centers, they found one in every 10 early filers made mistakes. A DESIRE to establish nor mal relations between the United States and all nations, especially Angola, Cuba and Vietnam, was expressed by Pres ident Carter in one of his fullest discussions of U.S. relations to ward hostile nations yesterday. Carter says Cuba’s reported willingness to withdraw troops from Angola is a step toward that goal. MICHIGAN Restaurant As sociation, a 1,500-member group, announced that a “Truth in Menu” campaign will begin next week to make sure custom ers get exactly what they see and read on menus, said Association President Henry Montague. For example, menus may mislead by using commonly accepted generic terms like Coca-Cola for any kind of cola, butter for mar garine, and cream for coffee whitener or dairy substitute. ALMOST a third of the food stamps handed out in Florida are fraudulently obtained, then used to buy anything from guns and booze to sex, said investigators yesterday. State Attorney Joseph D’Alessandro said in Fort Myers that investigations in South Florida indicated “fraud is in volved in about 5 per cent” of emergency food stamp cases. World SECRETARY of State Cyrus Vance goes to Egypt today with an Israeli request to find out whether the Arab world might agree to limited negotiations on the Middle East. RRITAIN has ordered former CIA agent Philip Agee and Mark Hosenball, an American reporter for a London newspaper, to leave the country for violating national security. Agee is the au thor of “Inside the Company: A CIA Diary.” In it he published the names of CIA agents. CPPC N R V W ominjit icinieji eaFrti w N G HOW HAVE YOU BEEN DOING? ANY QUESTIONS? TENTH I . FLOOR I RUDDER TOWER We're going to give you one emphatic statement about the future of the computer industry and the future of your career. APPLY! If you have a degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Computer Science, contact your placement office for further details. Digital Equipment Corporation is an equal opportunity employer, m/f. JRS. WITH 3.25 GPR or above You are eligible to apply for membership in the Cap and Gown Senior Honor Society. Orientation meeting Mon., Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. in MSC 206. Applications are available at YMCA 108. For further info, call: Lynn Rossi 693-4590 tan digital equipment corporation IK CLASSIFIED ADS! Advanced Electronics, High Power and Low Distortion By any standards, the KA-3500 is an outstanding amplifier. Kenwood engineers have made this not just a claim but a demonstrable fact. Packed with deluxe features such as tape-to-tape dubbing, both the preamplifier and main amplifier sections incorporate truly] sophisticated circuitry, low distortion (only 0.2% THD), and a quality appearance that generates true pride of ownership. Now Better Than Ever. You Will Be Pleased With These Carefully Prepared and Taste Tempting Foods. Each Daily Special Only $1.49 Plus Tax. “Open Daily” Dining: 11 AM to 1:30 PM — 4:30 PM to 7 PM . lie? !p OH ntcj OK ill ndK 'a siii 'Oil :s )23-t MONDAY EVENING TUESDAY EVENING WEDNESDAY SPECIAL SPECIAL EVENING SPECIAL Salisbury Steak Mexican Fiesta Chicken Fried Beef with Dinner Steak w/cream Mushroom Gravy Two Cheese and Gravy Whipped Potatoes Onion Enchiladas Whipped Potatoes and Your Choice of w/chili Choice of one other One Vegetable Mexican Rice Vegetable Roll or Corn Bread and Butter Patio Style Pinto Beans Roll or Corn Bread and Butter Coffee or Tea Tostadas Coffee or Tea One Corn Bread and Butter Coffee or Tea | KA-3500 STEREO INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER • 40 watts per channel minimum, RMS at 8 ohms from 20Hz to 20,000Hz with no more than 0.2% Total Harmonic Distortion • Direct Coupling Pure Complementary Circuit in Power Amplifier • First Stage FET Differential Drive, Input Capacitor Less Equalizer Section • Delay Start Circuit • ASO Protection Circuit • 2-Tape Deck and Inter Tape Dubbing with Through Circuit • 2 pairs of Speaker System Connectable - r # l ONLY $15095 Excerpts from Audio Magazine “Equipment Profiles” (December, 1976 Issue): “At mid frequencies, the KA-3500 delivered 45.3 watts per channel before reaching its rated THD level of 0.2 per cent. At 40 watts per channel output into 8 ohms, THD measured a low 0.043 per cent THD and 0.075 per cent IM. 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