The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, January 25, 1983, Image 6

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state / national Now you know United Press International Despite its success, the space shuttle is confined to low Earth orbits. So NASA is now consier- ing plans for an Oribtal Trans fer Vehicle or OTV. These “space tugs” would boost payloads from the shuttle into higher orbits and then return for reloading and servicing. NASA’s present high-orbit workhorse is called the Inertial Upper Stage (IUS). But it can be used only once. To replace it, Boeing has designed an unman ned OTV that in its reusable form could lift more than 3 tons. It would double its payload and save fuel by aerobraking, or us ing atmospheric drag to deceler ate into a lower orbit. A gas- filled “ballute” or balloon para chute will graze the Earth’s up per atmosphere • Military blows up Pac Man WELCOME TO ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH & THE EPISCOPAL STUDENT CENTER AT TAMU The Episcopal Church is part of ‘‘the one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church”, the body of Christ and the people of God who accept Jesus as the Christ, Saviour and unique Son of God. It is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion. Required of members: 1. Baptism, with water in name of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. 2. Participation in life and worship of the Church. To worship God in his Church, to work, pray and give for the spread of God's Kingdom. 3. Affirmations: a. To follow Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour b. Acceptance of Apostles and Nicene Creeds as summaries of Scripture. c. Holy Scripture contains all things necessary to be believed for salvation. d. General acceptance of teachings of Episcopal Church as found in the Prayer Book, Constitution and Canons. e. Intention to love God, love Neighbor, obey God’s holy will and com mandment. If you would like to learn more about the Episcopal Church, come to Inquirers Classes beginning Sunday, February 6, 1983, at 8:00 p.m. Attend Worship: Wednesdays 6:00 P.M. Fridays 6:30 A. M. Sundays 8:00, 9:15, 11:00 A.M. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH AND STUDENT CENTER 906 Jersey St. (South side of Campus) College Station, Texas Ph. 696-1 726 United Press International CORPUS CHRISTI — An Army bomb squad, alerted to a package ticking at a post office, detonated the suspicious object in a driveway, and then disco vered it was a harmless Pac Man game. “It was making a ticking sound,” Lt. Tom Knottek, head of the bomb squad at the Corpus Christi Army Depot, said, “It sounded like a clock.” X-rays of the battery- operated Pac Man game, in a package addressed to a Corpus Christi resident, showed the package contained wires and electronic gadgetry, police said. The package was taken to the post office driveway where it was blown up by the Army bomb squad. 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The relief organization oper ated in 38 foreign countries with a $350 million budget last year, but one CARE official said in an interview that addressing domestic needs will become a topic of growing public concern. “It’s going to be more of an issue,” said Mike Robitialle, dire ctor of CARE’s Pacific South west Division. “It’s more of an issue now than it was a year ago,” he said. “It’s not an issue for CARE, but for the American people it will be an issue. People will say there is hunger in the United States too.” Americans donate the bulk of CARE’s resources, and despite a severe recession and unemploy ment at its highest level since the Great Depression, they have in creased their contributions. “For the First six months of this fiscal year, we’re running four percent above last year,” Assistant Executive Director Ron Burkard said. “It is a demonstration of the concern Americans have for people in other parts of the world. It may be bad here, but they think, ‘What must it be like in Bangladesh?”’ CARE board members and senior staff met for three days this week near Claremont Col lege with management consul tant Peter Drucker, who teaches at the graduate school about 30 miles east of Los Angeles. STUDENTS” Cash for College We guarantee to lead you to money for school. Send S.A.S.E. & *2°° to: A.G.S. P.O. Box 96617 Houston, Texas 77213-6617 Drucker, an econtti author, was called i»I third straight yeartolitl the organization’sprioil redirect its resourcel what is described asa| stage of transition." The interviews wen time CARE executivesi the subject with themf CARE has debated times in the past"» organize relief prograi United States, butdw change its basic course “Our expertise lies the United States,"! said. “We feel we owe people who supporus people we help to si areas we know. “Also,” he continus are not too many peo[ United States starving In the world, 15 to2 people die each years tion and hunger-rtli eases.” Since its inception with the delivery ofC4 packages to war Europe, the organic primarily provided ei disaster relief throug! world. Today the internal lief agency is moving term development aid World countries, emergency relief willl portant function. Busines MCA/Li The Mf perform Chorus. mm AGGIE “Diva” : Now Better Than Ever. 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