The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 20, 1986, Image 10

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• P.A. Equipment • Bass guitars • Mandolins • Guitars • Banjos • Amps • Buy • Sell • Trade • Repair Lessons 1911 S. Texas, C.S. Across from the water tower 693-8698 See next weeks ad for the day after Thanks giving Sale! Page 1 OAThe Battalion/Thursday, November 20, 1986 THEATRE GUIDEf wassmmaBm jsSE *Leu mm. is: POST OAK THREE 1500 Harvey Rt*. 764-0610 •' i NOBODY’S FOOL (PQ-13) TA1-PAN (R) 7:30 9:35 7:M 9:3® PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED <Pa-l3> M CINEMATHREE \ ; 315 College Ave; 846-6^14 ; JUMPIN’ JACK FLASH (R) SOUL MAN (PQ-13) 52-PICK-UP (R) —unimui n 'll 20 30 Poster Prints Only $12. 95 From Your 35 mm Color Slide Or Negative - Offer Good Nov. 18-Dec. 1 Photographic Services at Goodwin Hall or Texas A&M Bookstore in the MSC GetaTaste of Texas This Weekend. A leisurely drive this weekend can put you in the heart of Texas wine-making country. Stop for a first-hand look at Messina Hof Stroll through our vineyards and winery Sample our premier wines. 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Ku- cera was relieved of his Carswell Air Force Base command Tuesday “for the good of Carswell” while the Air Force investigates this incident, Maj. Ken St.John said. St. John — a spokesman at 8th Air Force headquarters in Bossier City, La., which oversees 13 bases — said no charges have been filed against Kucera, but that he could not elab orate on why the demotion was made. Another spokesman, Lt. Col. Ed Peterson said it would be “inappro priate to reveal the nature of the in vestigation while the investigation is in progress.” Kucera was replaced by former vice commander Col. Donald F. Al lan at Carswell, a major base where long-range B-52 bombers are sta tioned. Pending the result of the investi gation, Kucera has been reassigned as special assistant to the 19th Air Di vision commander at Carswell, St. John said. Kucera assumed command in 1985 after commanding the 319th Bombardment Wing at the Grand Forks Air Force Base in North Da kota. He earned his pilot’s wings in 1963 and has logged more than 4,500 hours of flying time, mostly in B-52s. Waldo by Kevin Thome TODAY we FIND WALDO WRIT/N6 A LETTER TO THE GOOD FOLKS IN REGISTRATION TELLING THEN WHAT HE THINKS ABOUT THE NEW PHONE- IN SYSTEM-. Houston couple to appeal Texas Open Beaches Act YOU'RE WRITING A LETTER TO THE GOOD FOLKS IN REGISTRATION ALSO? (aPMU/2 J YOU CAN'T GET WHAT TO FIT IN AN \[ ENVELOPE •? J / cp—° T—4 / i w 3 NED, I THINK IT'S AGAIN! THE LAW TO SEND “ftOAOKlU 1 THROUGH THE HAIL... | .'1 pl( m;i g ri poi AUSTIN (AP) — A Houston cou ple who lost another round in a court battle to rebuild a hurricane- damaged beach home will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down a portion of the Texas Open Beaches Act, the family’s lawyer said. The Texas Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that Robert and Anne Matcha could not rebuild their Gal veston home even though the same hurricane that damaged it had left it on public property. In 1983, hurricane Alicia moved the vegetation line that, under Texas law, serves as the boundary between public and private property on beaches. The Matchas’ home wound up on the public side of the line. After Attorney General Jim Mat tox Filed suit to stop the Matchas from rebuilding the home. State Dis trict Judge Harley Clark of Austin ruled last September that the Mat chas could not rebuild. The Austin Court of Appeals affirmed Clark’s decision. The Matchas’ attorney, Karen Lerner, said her clients now are counting on the U.S. Supreme Court to strike boundary portion of the law. UT finishes investigation of hazing death AUSTIN (AP) — The University of Texas ended its investigation Wednesday into the drinking death of fraternity pledge Mark Seeberger and announced it was taking discipli nary action. Joyce Pole, spokeswoman for UT, said under university rules discipli nary actions are confidential and the university could not say what action was being taken or how many per sons were involved. “The university has completed its investigation of the circumstances surrounding the death of Mark See berger,” said a brief statement from UT Vice President for Student Af fairs Ronald Brown. “The dean of students is proceeding to take disci plinary action.” Under UT rules, disciplinary ac- “Dancehall Days" duo is back & headed straight for the top. Terri Nunn & crew take off with first album since Top Gun success. Powerful and provocative release from leading New Music outfit. GEORGIA SATELLITES GEORGIA SATELLITES (Elektra) Cassette or IP MILES DAVIS TUTU (Warner Brothers) Cassette or LP 7.99 BENJAMIN 0RR THE LACE (Elektra) Cassette or LP 6.99 These no-frills roadhouse rockers hit like Herschel Walker. All-new material from a man who shaped the course of modern music. 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