The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 28, 1987, Image 5

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Please send me a Conviser-Miller Sample Outline. Name: Address: City/St/Zip: Phone: plan to take the DMay □ November CPA Exam 19. 1-800-392-5441 A subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Also offering Bar/Bri, LSAT, GMAT, MCAT & SAT Mail To: Conviser-Miller CPA Review 1111 Fannin, Suite 680 Houston, TX 77002 .1 :• biochemist!) i rectors of Fo- was not I is until Mon- i with the a® ” Kiser sai 1 rgunients. omments, ami nt we got if > much to * Council: ; Open Hoi«! he Student Fi tra invitation! dents neA 1 ■sident hi" 1 * 1 ie r officers» cil. -*h The RESIDENCE HALL ASSOCIATION is accepting applications for 1987-88 DIRECTORS of: Programs Facilities and Operations Adopt-A-Fish Historian Qulifications: Live On Campus! Applications are available in 215 Pavilion through May 1,1987. Now Leasing Size Summer Storage Mini Warehouses Vacancy Status 5’ X 10’ (5 units left) 30°7mo — 10’ X 15’ (3 units left) SS^’/mo — bifc)- 1 6fl'Wnu^» 10’ X 25’ (3 units left) 75°7mo Storage Bins - Summer only Size Vacancy Status (Total Charge SVz X 7 X 9 (9 units left) 75 00 May 1st - Sept 15) 3V2X12X9 (6 units left) 105“ 4X4x4 (74 units left) 35 00 ” 16 Perma Box Space 5 00 Auto Storage (Outdoor - 28 spaces left) 70 M » No deposit, move in charge or bookkeeping fee with Aggie I.D. * Box available for purchase - $4.™' * Resident Manager * Secure Fence * Gates Locked After Hrs Security “ + ” Storage 2306 S. College Bryan Phone 779-SAFE UlfriniT'C I WWI l^ifl I 9 Uli# Tuesday HUMAN FACTORS SOCIETY: Dr. Wayne Shebilske will speak on “Human Factors and Sensory Motor Adaptabili ty” at 7:30 p.m. in 203 Zachry. TEXAS STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION: Char- maine Bradley will speak at 7 p.m. in 501 Rudder. TAMU FLYING CLUB: Scott Griffith, an American Airlines pilot, will speak at 7 p.m. at the Easterwood Airport club- nouse. HORSEMEN’S ASSOCIATION: will meet at 7 p.m. in 115 Kleberg. MSC LITERARY ARTS: will be holding its annual used book sale through Wednesday in the MSC. TAMU ONE-WHEELERS: will meet at 6 p.m. in front of G. Rollie WEiite Coliseum. MSC CEPHEID VARIABLE: will meet at 8:30 p.m. in 301 Rudder. CO-OP STUDENTS ASSOCIATION: will meet at 7 p.m. in 604 Rudder. PRE-MED/PRE-DENT SOCIETY: will meet at 8 p.m. in 201 HECC. EL PASO HOMETOWN CLUB: will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Flying Tomato. NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF WOMEN: will meet at 8:30 p.m. in 502 Rudder. Wednesday ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: will meet at noon. Call 845- 5826 for location. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS: will meet at 8:30 p.m. Call 845-5826 for location. SOCIETY FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND NEW VEN TURES: will meet at 7 p.m. in 701 Rudder. HELLENIC STUDENT ASSOCIATION: will meet at 7 p.m. in 601 Rudder. EUROPE CLUB: will meet at 9:30 p.m. at Mr. Gatti’s. STUDENTS AGAINST APARTHEID: will meet at 8:30 p.m. in 604 Rudder. MEXICAN-AMERICAN DEMOCRATS: will meet to discuss “English as the Official Language: Issues and Answers” at 7 p.m. in 228-228 MSC. BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION CHAMBER OF COM MERCE: appl ications for Outstanding Woman of the year are available at the Bryan-College Station Chamber of Commerce and the Bryan-College Station Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center through May 5. STUDENT ACTIVITIES: deadline for recognized student organizations to submit dates to the 1987 Summer Cal- enaar is Thursday. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION: will meet at 7 p.m. in the meditation room in the All Faiths Chapel. Items for What’s Up should be submitted to The Battalion, 216 Reed McDonald, no less than three working days be fore desired publication date. Health center loses invaluable friend with worker's death By Sandra Voelkel Reporter Texas A&M and the A.P. Beutel Health Center lost more than just a nurse’s assistant April 21 — they lost a loyal friend. After 17 years as a nurse’s aide at the health center, Elizabeth Taylor, 44, died in Methodist Hospital after undergoing open-heart surgery in Houston. Taylor had heart surgery several years ago and was at high risk when she was told by her doctors she needed a valve replacement. Taylor grew up in Wellborn and graduated from Lincoln High School in Bryan. As a general studies major, she attended A&M as a part- time student from the summer of 1977 to the spring of 1980. During the 17 years she worked at the health center, Taylor took care of about 21,260 patients. Mary Scott, a registered nurse at the health center, said Taylor was a good person who never had any thing bad to say about anyone. “Other than just a co-worker, she became a friend to everyone who worked with her,” Scott said. “She especially liked the students.” As a nurse’s assistant, Taylor had various duties, including checking on patients, changing linen and de livering meals to the patients. Scott said the patients would rather talk to Taylor than any other nurse because the patients felt very comfortable with her. She had a way of getting close to the patients. “She was easygoing and spent a lot of her time talking to the patients,” Scott said. “Elizabeth really enjoyed her work.” Taylor was always concerned about other people’s feelings and families, she said. Students and nurses always came back to corre spond with her. As much time as Taylor devoted to her patients, she still found time for her church, Scott said. One year she made robes for the whole choir. “Elizabeth’s death is going to be a great loss to both her friends and her family,” she said. Cindy Bergenbeck, a registered nurse, worked with Taylor on the evening shifts. She said Taylor would talk for hours to the psychiat ric patients and got close to them. “The patients wouldn’t talk to the registered nurses,” she said. “They would only talk to Elizabeth.” Taylor really helped the patients and the staff never heard any com plaints, she said. Taylor was quiet, Bergenbeck said, and never bragged about her self. Taylor often did special favors for the patients, such as take cookies and ice cream to them, she said. The football players especially liked Tay lor because she would make sure they got extra food. Not only did Taylor take good care of her patients at the health center, Bergenbeck said, but she also took care of people outside the cen ter for free. “She always went an extra mile for the patients,” Bergenbeck said. “It was like she adopted her patients as “She always went an extra mile for the patients. It was like she adopted her patients as her own chil dren and treated them like family. ” — Cindy Bergenbeck, registered nurse her own children and treated them like family.” Taylor was very sensitive to other people’s feelings. She always helped any new nurse by telling them about the Aggie traditions, she said. “Elizabeth really dedicated her life to helping others,” Bergenbeck said. Nancy Schlapper, also a regis tered nurse at the center, said Tay lor was a very special person to ev eryone. “I think people liked Elizabeth so much because she was a good listen er,” she said. A few days after Taylor’s death, the nurses forgot to pick up the food trays and were late passing out snacks, Schlapper said. The nurses were used to Taylor doing the trays and snacks, she said. “People tend to take things for granted and don’t realize what all a person has done until they are go ne,” she said. Dr. Claude Goswick, director of the health center, said Taylor was a loyal and faithful employee. She was extremely interested in the students and they liked her a lot, he said. “We will miss her,” Goswick said. A memorial service was held Sat urday at the Salem Baptist Church, followed by a burial at the Salem Baptist Cemetery in Wellborn. B. J.’s Bunch 1103 Anderson #102 (at Holleman) College Station. Texas 778-10 NEW RESALE SHOP IN COLLEGE STATION! 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