The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 04, 1983, Image 4

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local Battalion/Pajil March 4,1 lo DEBBY’S Beauty Salon 704 N. Rosemary 846-6364 Valid on Tues., Wed. & Sat. Perms $29 Men’s Cuts $5 Women’s Cuts Blow Dry $15 In the Plaza with Casa Tomas :v-v/<••• ^• . •' < XW-SAS f / '■ J!>4 staff photo by David Fishei Larry Gatlin sings Thursday night in G.Rollie White coliseum. Chicken Fried Steak Dinner: At Fort Shiloh: Only $ 4 95 ! Sundays 5-10 p.m Includes a 5-6 oz. Chicken Fried Steak, baked potato or french fries, hot-and-fresh homemade rolls, tea or coffee, and a trip to our famous salad bar! A Complete Meall 1 Mon. -Fri. Sat. -Sun. II a.m.-2 p.m. 5 p.m. -1 0 p.m. II a.rn. - I 0 p.m. STEAK HOUSE f 2528 S. Texas College Station 693-1 164 201 Dominik College Station 693-6119 TOP ROUND ROAST BEEF! Pick Up A Big Sackful Of Good Eatin Today! — Tills Week Special — ROAST BEEF — N — SMALL FRIES $goo Only •Limit 5 per order please. ROAST BEEF Denver’s Roast Beef is always fresli and always liot... You dress it like you want at no extra cost! Roast Beef ’N’ Small Fries Gatlin ‘polished’ despite problems by Patrice Koranek Battalion Staff Despite recurring problems with the sound system, Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers Band showed Thursday night’s audience in G. Rollie White Col iseum that little problems can’t stop a veteran act. Playing to a house that was about two-thirds full, the Gatlin brothers showed that they had a polished act. Throughout the performance, Larry, the leader of the group, interjected com ments about the whooping and hissing of the Aggie crowd. Sev eral times during the evening he stepped back and clowned with the audience, giving the crowd a feeling for the people behind the music. The group started the even ing on a mellow note with “She Used to Sing on Sunday,” and worked their way into fast-paced hits like “Nighttime Magic” and “All the Gold in California.” But no matter what kind of song the group was.doing, the harmony and balance between the brothers’ voices were great. In slow, haunting melodies like “I’ve Done Enough Dying To day” and “Midnight Choir,” Larry’s voice seemed to make the crowd sit up and listen to the poignant words. And in the fas ter songs, the backup from the band and harmony from his brothers kept the songs moving. About midway through the performance, the band and brothers Steve and Rudy left the stage. Larry pulled up a stool and after bantering w ith the au dience and telling Aggie jokes, he did a solo — a nonsense song called “I’m Just a Mannequin.” Trying to end the perform ance with “All the Gold in Cali fornia,” the band left die crowd excited instead of ready to leave. Realizing the audience’s mood, the group came back and sang N. ’ U A - /"k >» 1 .L ... ‘We’re Number One” and then left the audience in silence as they sang the gospel song “Alle luia.” The Gatlin Brothers’ stage was simple compared to that of the opening act, the Bellamy Brothers, who also were enter taining. Hits like “You Ain’t Just Whistlin’ Dixie,” “Sugar Dad dy,” “Let Your Love Flow” and “Reggae Cowboy,” set the mood for the rest of the evening. DIETING? Even though we do not prescribe diets, we make it possible for many to enjoy a nutritious meal while they follow their doctor's orders. You will be delighted with the wide selection of low calorie, sugar free and fat free foods in the Souper Salad Area, Sbisa Dining Center Basement. • OPEN Monday through Friday 10:45 AM-1:45 PM QUALITY FIRST Serving V Luncheon Buffet * Sunday through Friday J 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 I Delicious Food I Beautiful View \ .Jf-Open to the Public ^ | “Quality First” | & 2 : i ! Varpc * turn i p Around tov< Community classes to be offered Beginning soon, more than one hundred classesandi ties will lx* offered to area residents through the Col Station Community Education spring session ofclau Registration for these classes w ill he held March29c cafeteria of A&M Consolidated High Sch<x)l located« 2818 and Welsh Road. College Station residentsmayrtti beginning at 7 p.m. and all other area residents mayrtj beginning at 7:30 p.m. Late registration will be heldMi 30-31 in the Community Education office, 109 Timbi College Station. Classes will lx* offered lor all age gr vocational, techinical, and office skills personal enrichment; arts and ( tails; recreation; and communication. Most c weeks with an average tuition cost ubdi C mips in the; ; music and health; litni purses runfi under $20. For more information on the [\|>( ' contact die Communits Education Olfic jf da at Wheelchair runners hold lap-a-lk The three-man Texas A&M wheelchair track teama to see how many laps around Kyle Field they can acorn in one hour’s time. Sponsors will lx: solicited forao amount for each lap. The lap-a-thon is to raise money for two programs trip to Colorado and a kayaking program for disable dents. Any support will lx? greatly appreciated. For more mation contact Larry Gee at 260-3097. by Cl Batta! The Col lei ad Zoning 1 ublic hearii •acts of la nee parkin ir meeting I|l'he heat ie rezonin Voodcreek' grk ulture < lal district, poth tracts, I Voodcreek Texas Aven I The High School Co-Rec softball offerc ku Ho The College Station Parks and Recreation Departmecf United Pi sponsoring a High School Co-Rec Softball League. BOERNE This league is for Itovs and girls in gi ades 9-12. Allp onsin-based will be played at Bee Creek Park on Fuesday and Ihur acked by 3 evenings. Fite entry fee is SI30 per team. Registration nd nuns, is take place Man h 14-25 at the Parks and RecreationDe[ truction on ment located in Central Park. Texas Nucle The Parks Department will be taking registrationfet irestors in t \Tv M ( < iiisi iln I.it< < I 11 ieli s< 11< >< >1 on M.hi 11 22 from HBu’ linn i a hi. till 1:15 p.m. lam. There will lie an organizational meeting on March? UThe 700 the College Station Community Ccntet located at I ic Sorrow Jersey Street at 6 p.m. ,050 shares For further information please call the College Sia ndustries, j Parks and Recreation Department at 093-7273. lonston Lig 'Hncipal pa exas Projet I Sister Su or the Tex; BAC formal scheduled for SafiirdaiRnesday a force a n frui tion by ] The Black Awareness Committee is holdinga formalSatijn,!, p r()X y s day from 8-1 a.m. in the Aggieland Inn. bholdersol The theme of the formal is “SteppingOut”and ticketsajaiding j ] $8 for couples and $5.50 for singles and are available at tihles. MSC Box Of fice and at the door. Mi i ie coa l 2 {Catholic he Wisconsi tajement w •enure Horn Former CIA Director to speak ampaign Former CIA Director Admiral Stansfield Turner willspei ause of a re at Texas A&M Unversity on March 22 at 8 p.m. in ibr es < '' <)ni11 ' Rudder Theater. The topic of his speech will fie “lntern; n 8 <>usto tional Hot Spots.” His talk is a presentation on lion lenders to ; identify and interpret information on the unrest in theworj nSouth ft I The gr iinte losses < political arena. Admiral Turner directed the CIA from 1977 tolWL under President Carter. Prior to that he was Gommander<® re () er the U.S. Second Fleet and Commimder-in-Chit l ol i|^ eis,s '‘V. Armed Forces in Europe from 1974-77. Admiral TurnerRj e l<) ca job as Director of Central Intelligence put him in control« the entire U.S. intelligence community. .Admission is free. For more information please contK e\ MSC Political Forum at 835-1515. Kiwanis to sponsor Pancake Day Kiwanis Pancake Day has been set for Saturday at! » united F Brazos (Tenter. NEW CA The three Kiwanis Clubs of Brazos County will be senT v Count pancakes from 1 1 a.m. to 8 p.m. A delicious meal consisiii|e' a | t h citalii of sausage and all the pancakes you can eat, along with co(fC w -Tent d and milk will he served. md schedul Prices are $3 for adults and $2 for children under l|[ onc j a y t() Proceeds from this 31st annual Pancake Day support iR e t y, e s j tl community activities of the three local Kiwanis Clubs. ■Eollowini Everyone is invited. ion Wedne ite on pnv; If you have an announcement or item to submit fortbi» County column, come by The Battalion office in 216 Reed _ s s 5‘ 1 ^ c nald or call Tracey Taylor at 845-2665. Compare TRI-STATE’S Everyday Low Price Before You Buy! Wilson A2000 $ 99 95 TRI-STATE A&M SPORTING GOODS 9600 Old College Road S*a-*7*S 846-4743 Now ^t* for 9:30 ounty com ’ecide the I he jobless. In prep; •'g, the con -om mission Hent offici iud a cour -i panied Edv you know h <*«i« / f Ray Mey niissionary and organ w |th count; United Press Internatiotnf HAbout ^ Caterpillars have more ployed are 2,()()() muscles in their Ixjty in two Humans have fewer than'tiiobile hot huts and t<