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Bryan Daily Eagle (Newspaper) - May 12, 1957, Bryan, Texas Fun amp a May it in tim Bryan daily bag Bryan twas Sigma i honors two initiates 35 the a amp a College chapter of the society of the Sigma i National honorary scientific society initiated 35 new members at its annual banquet. Two graduate students were Given awards for outstanding research Murray Allison Brown for his work in the Field of Dairy science and James Robert Baird for his work in electrical engineering. New members initiated were Jagdish v. Amin Bennie Joe Camp Warren n. Dannenburg Leland c. Grumbles John l. Martin Venkatachala m. R. Murthy Rudolph Durham Rade Leff Yoshikazu Sasaki Edgar Fitzhugh Smith Robert Lee Smith jr., Robert Blaylock Stewart. New associate members initiated Are Walter Patton Abbott Stuart g. Bigler Kenneth Cloud Brundidge George c. Buell Newton William Cunningham Stephen g. Dardaganian Ronald e. Davies Gerald Lewis Feldman Ray Everett Goddard William Bell Hayes Edward r. Ibert Archie Hugh Mcdaniel. Also Sidney h. Metzger jr., Jack Dean Price Quinton Joe Raab Carleton David Ranney James Willis Rawson James Willborn Riggs jr., Donald e. Ryerson James Howard Shaffer Nathan Edgar Welch John s. Westmoreland Harry Ogden Wheeler Ralph Edwin Zerwekh or. Ten former associate members were raised to the status of full members. There were Bantval Prabhakara Baliga Billy Gene Creech Frederick h. Kasten ram Narain Eamor Carroll Nord h. G. Ramakrishna Reddy Melvin c. Schroeder Ralph Asa Scott jr., Albert kick Sparks Henson k. Stephenson. Richard j. Anderson assistant to the director of the Battelle memorial Institute Columbus Ohio was the principal speaker. He discussed the role of contract research on the american Industrial scene. He likes Many twins Sudbury. Ont. May la m i pm school Imp actor Barnard Hoy has become the father of twins for the fourth time. There s nothing so Good As a baby in the House Quot he said after the latest arrivals two boys were born to mrs. Hoy in a Hospital Here thursday night. The Hoys have la children in All. They were married in 1948. Open House continued from Page one other group of the outspoken defense chief who two weeks ago had criticized his a a Rich friends in the chamber of Commerce on the same Issue took out after them again in an address prepared for the Junior chamber of Commerce. A i could join the meat a boys who want to chop Down the defense budget if i did no to know so much about it. In my opinion it is a peril Point budget and should not be earlier in the Day at a luncheon in his Honor at the memorial student Center he disclosed he was going to speak on the defense budget but he did not give an inkling As to what he would say. Introduced by or. D. W. Williams acting president at a amp my Engin Charlies a praised Texas a amp a and said a i know a lot about this school and the Fine War record of its he flew to College station saturday morning from Houston and toured the Campus before reviewing the corps. He returned to Houston soon after the luncheon. Proved that part of his time would be devoted to working with pre delinquents. The county a Cost included secretarial salaries in addition to car allowance for the probation officer. Remaining expenses were assumed by the youth development committee. Funds for this have been provided by Bryan College station and the two town s United fund and Community Chest organizations. The program reached a critical Point Early this year when it was made known that the state would not continue sharing the expense of the program after next february. Members of the youth development committee appeared before the commissioners court asking them to include the $28,000 operating budget in the county a 1958 budget. Commissioners told the committee that the county did no to have the Money but that efforts would be made to include a full time probation officer in the new budget. The committee worked out its proposed plan for raising $18,-, too for the youth counselling service dividing the budget Between Bryan the county College station and fees. Youth continued from Page one lot program b y the mental health division of the state health department. The state agreed to pay the salary of a probation officer Celebration continued from Page one planned. The National guard and Reserve units from the area also plan to have a Large display of armament and rolling Stock. Various sections of the base will be open to visitors but pointed out Barb officials most of the activity will be entered on the ramp in front of base operations. Fly overs of various types of aircraft will be held throughout the Day in the area. Bryan and College station Are scheduled for Fly overs by f-100 jets at 1 15 . And 1 48 . F9f�?Ts will zoom across the sky at 2 07 . Ci23�?Ts will Fly by at 2 21 ., and t-33�?Ts at 2 45 and 3 47 . A amp a win get $156,800 nuclear training reactor Trainer a nuclear training reactor of the Type pictured Here will be purchased for the a amp a College of Texas with funds from a Grant of $156,800 made to the College by the atomic Energy commission. The reactor will be used in training in nuclear Energy technology in both physics and chemistry beginning in the fall of 19s7. Flash flood continued from Page one and heavy Hail were predicted along a too mile line from san Angelo to 30 Miles East of Del Rio. The new flood threats arose while heavy overnight Rains up to 4vi inches continued from fort Worth Westward to Colorado City and big Spring and southward past san Angelo Mertzon and big Lake. More than two feet of water surged Over the seventh Street Bridge in Abilene saturday As a heavy downpour drenched the City about midday. Several residential sections of the City where about 200 families were evacuated two weeks ago were again threatened by flooding. Torrential Rains also fell in Central Texas saturday afternoon. Valley Mills near Waco had 2.65 inches and Gatesville had up to 2.20 inches in a 20 minute period. Winds of 40 to 45 Miles an hour accompanied the storms. Twisters were sighted near Lubbock and big Spring and Andrews Seminole and Denver City near the new Mexico Border Early saturday but there were no reports of major damage. Deadly fumes kill five in textile Mill Pepperell Ala May la a deadly fumes beneath a tax tile Mill bleaching Plant today claimed the lives of five men. Opelika fire chief g. A. Mitchell said they were overcome by Gas from a sump pit into which waste from the Pep Perell Mills inc., bleaching Plant was drained. Police chief Floyd Mann of Opelika said the tragedy occur red when Bryant h. Jones 28, Opelika dropped his spectacles through a manhole and climbed Down after them. He was overcome and the other four died in a vain Rescue attempt. Mom is hard to convince Athol mass., May la up a National guardsman travelling to Montague to Aid in a rain making project stopped at the police Barracks to phone Home. Troopers swear this was the conversation Quot a i m on my Way to Montague to make Quot of dear. I Hope you Havn l been College station spa a the atomic Energy commission has made a Grant of $156,800 to the Aam College of Texas for an education and training program in nuclear Energy technology it was announced saturday by president d. W. Williams of Texas a amp a the Grant will enable the College to Purchase a nuclear training reactor and other necessary equipment for Classwork in engineering and science courses starting next september president Williams said. A self contained agn 201 nuclear reactor and control console have been purchased and two College staff members began training March 30 in California in operation of the equipment a site for the reactor is being prepared in the mechanical engineering shop building Here. Also to be purchased As a result of the Grant is Laboratory and demonstration equipment in physics chemistry and engineering. Or. John c. Calhoun jr., Dean of engineering will head the nuclear training program for the College. He has named prof. E. H. Andrew jr., of the electrical engineering department As coordinator. Prof. Andrew and prof. D. F. Weekes of the physics department will be the first staff members to secure training in operation of the reactor. A the equipment secured in Dei the dec Grant will be used for training in nuclear Energy technology in physics and chemistry starting in september a Ean Calhoun said today. A both graduate and undergraduate students will be trained with most of the work being done in the graduate Field a he added. A fall phases of nuclear technology and atomic Are considered to be potential subject matter in the educational program of the a amp a College of Texas a Dean Calhoun continued a but the College realizes that its growth in this area must a gradual planned and founded on sound educational methods. Several programs of study Are being made available in sep Tette that include training in one or More aspects of nuclear technology and atomic Energy development. Quot within these programs the student will have considerable latitude in choosing the extent to which he will specialize in the nuclear Field. He May select Only enough courses in this Field to give him a significant working knowledge in nuclear science in general and in nuclear technology most closely related to his major Field. Or he May choose enough courses in nuclear science and engineering to make this his major while his Basic Field becomes a supporting two Kings embrace in Arab world Baghdad Iraq May la a a two anti communist Kings of the Arab world met Here today and publicly embraced despite old family feuds. They May soon be joined by a third. Saudi arabian King Saud arrived by plane for an eight Day visit with Young King Faisal ii amid a welcoming Roar of Cannon and Jet planes a government source indicated that Faisal a hash emite Cousin King Hussein of Jordan May arrive within the next two Days. The meeting was significant not Only because of the family differences that have divided the saudi and hash emite sovereigns but also because of the seeming tendency of the three Kings to head in a different direction from that taken by Egypt a president Nasser. School Mekus Arm consolidated schools monday lunch meat and cheese slices. Potatoes com lettuce amp salad dressing. Bread and cake. Tuesday sauerkraut and frankfurters cheese potatoes Green Beans. Carrot amp Raisin salad and peach Cobbler. Wednesday hamburgers and buns potato chips. Carrots pickles amp onions and Peanut butter cookies. Thursday Pinto Beans spinach pineapple slices amp cheese Cornbread and butter and pudding. Friday tuna casserole Peanut butter amp crackers English peas. Congealed salad and Cherry Cobbler. Milk is served with All meals. New president of Wesley Guild mrs. Vance Osborne has been announced As the new president of the Wesleyan service Guild of St. Paul s methodist Church. Others who Are on the new slate of officers Are mrs. Dave Franklin vice president mrs. Herbert Wilson recording Secretary mrs. William Lauderdale treasurer mrs. Euline Benbow Secretary of promotion mrs. Perry Carlton Christian social relations mrs. Eugene Cragg coordinator mrs. Alvah Chambers status of women and literature and publications and mrs. Coleman Loyd spiritual life chairman. Mrs Harry Kidd spoke on mental health bringing out that Quot loss of Confidence due to ones inability to reach the Heights of Success pictured in today a society is a great contributing Factor in mental she said that a in contrast to the frustration encountered along with thoughts of failure the ability to step Back and make a realistic appraisal of ones capabilities is a Good sign of mental she said that it is presently estimated that one out of every four individuals will spend some time in a Hospital due to an emotional disturbance. The churches role is played in serving As the organization which keeps its people Ever mindful of the fact that the old Virtues and morals Are the Only ones that hold True even in today s Modem civilization hostesses for the evening were mrs. Vance Osborne and mrs. Dave Franklin. Long flight Victoria May la a a a flight of f100 Jet fighters based at Foster air Force base Here will take off about 2 . 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