Friday, March 11, 1966 Anniversary h Noted For UT Housing Units AUSTIN (AP) — About 500 residents of co-operative bous- ing units at the University of Texas have marked the 30th anniversary of the creation of the work-in living quarters. The university has 19 co-ops in which students trim living expenses by snaring house work, meal preparation and other duties. In 1936, when the first cooo as opened, a student could j live and eat for J15 or less a month. The 1966 figure is higher —J55 a month OR the average—• xit considerably less than dormitories charge. j MEET THE MISFITS. This band with the big beat will play at "Safari A Go <Jo~ Friday night at a teenage dance in the Bayshore Rod, Reel and Gun dob, $223 Minnesota. Hours will be from 8 pjn. to midnight. Admission will be $1-25 per person. New CATY Rules Take Effect April 18 WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Communications The Commission says its new regulations governing community antenna television will go into effect April IS for most of the nation's 1,650 CATV systems. Rules for the other systems, which use microwave facilities, will go into effect 60 days later, announced Feb. 15, when the FCC assumed jurisdiction over virtually all of the CATV industry. Systems using microwave facilities have been under FCC jurisdiction since last June. A dissent to the Feb. 15 ruling also was published Tuesday. FCC Commissioner Robert T. Hartley said the agency has no the FCC said Tuesday in an 86-. author ity in the CATV field and page order spelling out details. The regulations were Problem Of Can Goods Space Can Be Solved Easily j Tired of reaching over the kitchen counter to high overhead shelves every time you want a can of com or peaches? Look around the kitchen, family room or nearby hallways and see if there's a bit of wasted wall that can be converted to a canned goods cupboard. The space needs to be only two to four feet wide and as little as a six-inch depth will serve for the cupboard interior. For height, make the top shelf a comfortable tip - toe reach — about the same height as the top of a door. Interior vertical space will divide into a half dozen or more shelves. 7 Consider using adjustable shelving to allow shelves of varied heights for tall juice cans, short sauce cans, and standard sizes. Handsome is as handsome does but the can cupboard can be a beauty if built with solid lumber panels boards in a rich wood such as straight - grained Western hemJock or ponderosa pine. Flush-joint or V-joint boards can be used for the door fronts, top, bottom, and center on the should seek legislation before taking any action. Bills have been introduced in Congress both to prevent the FCC from exercising any control over CATV systems and to | confirm the FCC's authority. CATV systems, also known as cable television, receive programs from regular television stations with the aid of a master antenna. From the antenna, usually located near a community, signals are fed by cable into the homes of subscribers. These systems increase the choice of programs available to subscribers by bringing in distant television signals that normally wouldn't reach their antennas. The new rules provide that, among other things: At the request of local television stations, CATV systems must carry their programs in addition to those brought in from other areas. If nearby stations also request it, CATV systems may not duplicate a program carried by those stations with a more distant signal on the same day the local stations are carrying the program. Local stations must give Promiscuous Coed Label Said False HAVKRFOKD, Pa. (AP) — Today's college coeds are no more promiscuous than their mothers were at the same age, says Dr. Dana 3L_ Farnsworth, a Harvard University psychiatrist. Dr. Farnsworth, director of health services at Harvard, speaking at Haverfcrrd College Tuesday, told about 100 %'isiting girls in the audience: "Your behaviour and your mothers 'behavior is very similar. back side. Screws do the job best. Concealed piano - type hinges and touch latches give the cabinet a sleek look. If there's some exposed wall space around the cabinet, panel that, too, with matching hem- Jock or pine boards for a really outstanding job. Then finish all the wood with a clear lacquer or varnish to capitalize on its natural coloring and grain. Sealer coat first, j light sanding, then the lacquer or varnish are the steps to take. operators at least eight days advance warning that they want the systems to "black out" a certain program. Where timeliness is important, the CATV systems must avoid duplicating local television stations only at the same moment the local stations are carrying the program. Before the Feb. 15 ruling, the FCC had required CATV systems not to duplicate locally carried programs for 15 days before and after the program was scheduled. "And they were nice girls too. "As a physician, I observe that girls still get pregnanl when they do not want to, and have to make choices that are not conducive to their future happiness," he said. "Unwanted children keep society in a turmoil." Haverford is an all-male school, but coeds from nearbj. schools sometimes attend special lectures. Dr. Farnsworth said confusion about sex at college is a reflection of the confusion everywhere ab^'t it. He said there are basicallv three different attitudes towarc sexual behaviour — traditiona morality, the so-called "new morality," and amorality, or refusal to accept any standards. Traditional morality, he said, proscribes any premartial sexual activity. He said there are no such guidelines for the "new morali- "Let us assume a principle,' he said. "Premarital sexual relations are undesirable for those who are immature or canno take responsibility for a possible child, but for those who are mature and responsible, the} are enriching and ennobling." "See how nice that sounds? "Immediately, the couple considering such relations musl classify themselves," he saic "It is easy to guess what the decision will be." He added, "When tragedy ensues, as it occasionally does who can wonder that they are confused about society's inconsistent attitudes toward them.' Texas 1 Economic Growth Linked To Stable Politics FORT WORTH (AP) — Gov. John Connally this week said po- lical stability and greater unity of purpose have been deciding factors in progress and ecnomic expansion in Texas. "We will always have a few voices of discord and division," he told Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association. "But the people of Texas are pulling together as never before to meet the responsibilities of our growing and changing state. "This was clearly reflected in the last two sessions of the legislature, when we made our greatest advances in education, mental health, recreation and water conservation and the development of industry and tourism. "It is reflected in the aggressive leadership both in the legislature and in the state agencies which administer these programs. Connally said the $3.7 billion budget for the 1966-67 biennium represents the highest level of state services in history—with nearly half of it committed to education. "This budget is nearly $600 million higher than in 1954-65 yet we are operating in the black and maintaining pay-as- you-go government despite the tremendous population pressure; in education, health, welfare and other fields," he said. Connally noted that since 1963, appropriations for colleges anc universities have doubled anc that faculty salaries have been raised 40 per cent. State aid for the expanding junior college program also has doubled, he said, and public school teachers were given $100 million in pay raises last year. In the same area, he pointed to new school programs getting under way for emotionally disturbed children, adult illiterates and the children of migrant workers. HAVE YOUR CAR INSPECTED NOW •H^MMM^MM^MW^^M^^^—^-••••-••••••••••—«m«-OTwm^^^^^^^^M—••^^^nxn^^^^^MM^^B^M^MMHHH W. J. Woods found the right-duty truck in the Chevrolet line for '66. Sam Turner, sales representative for Buck Turner Chevrolet, b shown presenting him the keys. Mr. Woods has been a Boilermaker for the past six years at Graver Tank Manufacturing Company. He and his wife Betty attend the Baptist Church. The Woods family live at 604 Peggy in Baytown. Neighbors Rally To Help fay For Kidney Machine ST. LOUTS, Mo. (AP) — The 3,625 residents of nearby Mascoutah. HI., have mobilized to help save the life of Mrs. John Votrain. Mrs. Votrain, 38, the wife of a school teacher and mother of two sons, took her first home treatment Tuesday on a kidney Cotton Challenge Told MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Ernest W. Carpenter of Greenwood, S.C., told an industry group the cotton industry would "dry up and blow away if we do not meet the challenge from synthetic fiber industry of promotion and advertising." machine paid for with funds money-raising events. The Boy,the money we needed," said collected by the citizens of Mas- j Scouts and Girl Scouts staged ['Mrs. Votrain. "It h»fl a special coutah. jfund drives. Three Roman Cath- collection and sent Us $3,600. 'I'm thankful." said Mrs. Vo- olic organizations made large $17,000. It costs 510,000 a year to operate the kidney machine. A dance, a chicken supper and a Zion Lutheran Church choir concert were a few of the contributions. "My hometown church, St. Paul's United Church of Christ, at Waterloo, HI., heard about train. "1 didn't know I had so many friends." The machine does the job ordinarily done by the kidneys. Mrs. Votrain has Bright*s disease. Fellow parishioners at St. John United Church of Christ in Mascoutah started the drive Jan. 16. Two chairmen were selected for the campaign which already has raised more than planet Mars by 1369 and trans- Sun-Powered Satellite SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) — A satellite which gets its power from the sun could orbit the mit information back to earth, Ronald S. H. Toms, of Electro- Optical Systems. Inc., told a meeting of the Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Painters, carpenters and electricians built a room in the basement and prepared it for the machine. Her husband was trained to operate the machine by the Washington University Medical School at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis. "I wffl still have to go bacfc to Barnes for checkups about once each month," said Mrs. Votrain. Dr. Herbert Lubowitz, a the medical school "Without the treat- member of staff, said: ments available by the kidney machine, death probably would come within six weeks. Goldberg WI Speak BERKELEY, QOiL (AP) — Arthur J. Goldberg. U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, will be the charter day speaker at the University oC California here. March 26. He also win recieve an honorary doctorate of laws degree, a spokesman for the Berkeley campus said. MT tOjffl T«rtft>q »•• it to? »»iif«i« cf MM jm km trM «r km t^iliu ymf tmt. WHOM MM •MM xor Mrt vet «•* jwt DnoUt far \ ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY 220 W. Texas Open Mon. & Thurs. Until 9 p.m. KHAKI WORK SETS MEN'S RUGGED ARMY TWILL WORK PANTS ... Penney-priced MATCHING COTTON TWILL WORK SHIRTS ... Penney-priced 1 99 pair Look trim on the job and enjoy long wear and serviceability at the same time. 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