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IMIss Wt^ek HomtBcommig^ Queen
S m k g
VOhimal 7
CVC S t e t
- Do not npiuf0 a scofrw, orhe win bate vou; IteproTC a
w i n man, and m will love you.
G i n InitnicUon to a W I M
man. and he wiU be Kill wiier:
teacfa a righteous man and he
wiU InaeaieJn learning.
Ptoverbi 9:8-9
I 9 M
CUnch Vplley Qollage
Number 16
February 1,1971
Wells Plans For
2nd Regional
Science fair
"CUndi VaB«)r C < d l ^ wm
aMMisor a lecture by Dr.
WHOam B. (Sllliion entitled
•^BfFMtt <tf the ?«derd Reserve
Bank on the Boonomy**. the
niMio is'invited l o attend the
i i : 3 0 ' a m - lecture
on
Rebruary 17„ 1971 in the
Seience Lecture HalL
William B. Gvmoni a native
-of
nadcweVr m i i o n i a .
leoelved his B S A . degree in
Statisttcsand^ H.A. andPh.
D. d«gfees in'Boonomicsat the
Unhwrstty
of CHcbhonuu
Bei^ia Joining the Researdr
' Di^wtment of the Redtral.
Reserve Bank
Rldunosd as
an Bcraomist fai Sqitemfier
196Si Df, Gnllifon served on
the economkn faculties of
Western Hiuyland . Cdl«ge,
Nojth
Carolina
State
University,
and
Virginia
The-fourth
OladevlBb
Seriea win be a Joint redSal-by
Oeilda TMchey, soprano, and.
Jennifer Ki^,ipianbt,and.«ill
be jpres^nted in^tbe F i l h n n i #
Han o f TMnity Metho«flst
Ctardi in Wtt- on S o w l v ,
'P«briiaryAl4 at:8:00.pm .
Adluwiini 'to tliis program
wOli be by tldtet only. Tickets
are $l.ciif f o r adiilU ami $;75
for students and may" be
purdiased^in advaitce at Mary's
S ^ k Shomte, Bibbie's (Mft
Comer; amt^ Sharpe'S Ottke
Supply in Norton; the County
LiiSnry, The. Inn at Wtie, and
at. aiwA JViOsf. College.
'Members of the foUbwing
o m a n i i ^ n s wffl - be soiling
tMcets' tiKoodiaut the areac
The NattonaT Junior -Honor
SocieM
J. J. KeUy H i ^
Sdtodi the Nmton Area
Chapter of the A . A J U . W . , and
Rdyteefaniolnstthite.
Dr. GuUson has, publitfaed
artldes in the ^UTHBRNr
BGCMOiaC JOURNAL; the
AMERICAN JOUBlNAL OP
ECONOMICS
AND
SOCIOLOGY, and the LABOR
LAW REVIEW, l i e U also a
firequenf-oofltribntor to the
Bank's MONTHLY REVIEW
and other mlblbfations. He is a
member of the Southern and
A^merloan
Boonomic
Assocktlons,
the
Royal'
Bcowunlc 'SocieQi;, and the
.^micron
Delta'
Bpsilon •
honorary society.
Sefies
Dr;
Wittiam.
Hkli^.
idiaimian :of the Pihn Series
iCcHnmittee.Jiasiannoanced the,
.fibnyistetf betav aa«(tt«i:ihi^
ones that win be ahown tiUk
semester' at
CVC. ' T h i
HIGHLAND CAVALIER mm'
e^
week run j
brief
-dtoir^tton i ^ t h e mtwie tobe
lAown that week.
See a tesedptkio of the flrst
movie^ elss«diBre-in^;ttis isne.
4.THE''^^S^RBDIBLE
:SHRINKINGMAN
I M H E C A I N B MUTINY
IfrSMILB, \WHn:^ YOU
CAN
25iMBINKAMPP
, March »
4.NI€fHT
OP
THE
GENERALS
11
ISt-OFBRATION
MAD
-BALL
25-A|i; QUIET m
THE
WESTERN PRONT
~
the Qladevnie Chorale. Tldcets
wffl not'btf sold at the door. .
IMIss
qunodior Sailddy.
I'^BOIRNIPRSB
22
294S¥GHb
.
'
OiancdloT Josnh Siniddy
ot CVC has a i ^ another
aiwanf to his kwg list of
honors. On Sftturday^ January
23, Mr. SmidAt was named
'^ttfandtaig GWieni o f Wise
Countv". by the county's
iChamMT of Cbnoneree.
.
An impressive gathering of
dignitaries,
headed
by
•Governor Linwood: Holton^
was on'hand at the. Inn in Wise
to'witness the pieseritation of
the award Other sUte<oflkids
inotiided Congressman Wffllam
Whmplei, Senator M. Mv Loig,
md'Delegate<Ori^;CanireIl.
ChanceDbr Smlddy has been
assaciate«l in one Mpadty or
another with GHn^ Valley
.CoUege since iU birih. In
addition to beiqg. an educator
and adminlstratar, lif has jieen
an aothn wpiker m various
civic
and
religious
-oiganisuttions. throujjhout (he
'XMstandtag Citiiear
The
Second
Annual
Southwest Virginia Regional
Science Fafr win be hdd at
CUnch Valley C o n ^ on April
10,1971. Fartkiipatton to the
foir is open to stodents in the
tentlr, eleventh, and twelfth
grades
in
Buchanan,
Dldcenson, Lee, RustaU, Scott,
Waahkigton, and Wise counties,
and the cities of Norton and
Bristol.
Vlrginto.
Prriects
exhibited must be scientifks in
content aiid the work o f indivfdual stodents.
One <or two. exhibitions,
^dependfaig upon the funds
avaflable,, win receive an
axpense-paU' trip to Kansas
City in May to ccmipete in tfae
Intematfciiial Science and'
Bngineeritw Fair. Another
student wffl spend'a 'wedc at a
N n y base and wffl cruise
aboard a Navy ship. Other
awards wffl indude a Rdcett
ittde riile, a Lincoln science
Iftrary, and certlflcates ftom
the Amy, Air Force. Natkmal
Aeronautics
and
Space
Adrnkdsbatkm, and other
'Ofganitatlmis.
»s w e » IMvfcl M u m
aladik High Scho^'and
Kris Bausent 'Lebanon
area. He ihdds membenUp in
School These two
several area, statevaad^iational students
attended
die
associations;
Intematkmal Fab in BaWmore
. Doctor
Stanley
Botts, where Mr. Muron received an
chairman- of Oa CSfC Faculty, honorable mentkm for his
addressed^ the gathering after eochibit. Stephen Leffonl,
Mr. S m i ^ was pmsentad the AppafaKhia H ^ School, was
award. Of Mr. SmMify-, Dr. die recipient of- die Navy
Botts said: rwtth Us. foUcw Chiise Award
'
huruor,^ trulhfiil and frank
iPurther
information
manner, broad knbwhHfae, and' concerning die Soudiwest
ixnqilete selfbssness, .he has Virginia Regional Fair may be
.mauled to, work succesifiiliy ' obtahied Grom die dfaector of
in many'flelds and withdhrerse' die -fair, Roy L. Wens. Jr.,
pctttpsof pedpfe."
CUnch Vaney C<fflege. Wise,
OT^Mr.. SmMdy's, standing Virginia.
^
with . youths
Dr..BotU
continued: "He communkates
with youiw people in the cbssr
ki the- o H l u , in the :student
kiunge, or with a guitar or his
lenowiiBd dUcimer bi his
:hand. Titer young reqpect this
nian^ He has been then
WASHINGTON, January 27,
outstanding citizen^ for a k>ng .97|-.U.Si Senator Wffllam B.
ttaej"
Spong. Jr. OVVa.) today
. introduced a'bffl in die Senate
tS~require funipuMle disclosuie
of
die personal financial
interests and income of
memben of the Cst«ress and
other members o f the Queen!s dieir top aides as wett as
(crat'd to ixgt 3)
Coiitt inchided: Pat BrldweU.
Susan PhflUppi, Joey Freeman,
Debbie RatUlf, Martha'iCarter,
Linda HOI, Ginger Tripletf,
Rhonda Muffins, and Lorraine
Cochran.
.
F<rilowing the game and'
The Scribes wffl hold an
ceremony, BiUy Joe Royal
Mganfaational meethia on
entertained die students with
Ihorsday, Pebiuaty 4rat
music , and SOIK and provided
11:30 hi Room 112 of the
the ftaMd toudi to a Joyous,
Student
Lounge. AD
annual event.
pcisbns
Interested' in
witting a n invited to
'attend.
Anyone
who
wouM Uce to become a
member of theSctHiei faut
THe SNBA has planned a
Is. umAle to attend this
meeting for Pebmaiy 18. at
meetfaig may place a note
3:45. A guest qieaker is
toAattf(<(cttaBoxfl42.
scheduled AO members are
ask^tbattend
Senator Spong
Introihices Ihcone
DbdosureBill
Wt^e k HomtBcommig^ Queen
•^•7
,
I,
Rnbjr Wolf9« CVC AonHorailiig Qricn 1971.
ByrBrent Kenned
Assistant Editor
It nuy n o t hove been tiie'
most exdting homecoming
game f o r the "CVC, Cavaliers
who dropped vstabbomly
fbu#it game to visitiiH
nkevflk). but for R u l ^ WoHe
it was probably a i r i ^ t to
remember.
The
pretty
fitedunan &om Gate Ciw was
crowned Homec(»nfaig Queen
for
the year 1971 by
ChanceHM
Smiddy . and
«itgofa« Queen U n y HaU
Miss Woffe was^tected'by
the students from a field of
deven camUdiUes. She win
rekn forone year.
~ Mils U(s Mfator was elected
nuuK#«p to the Queen. The
Scribes Sd
Orgwiufioiil Meefrig
SNEA Mws Medhg
PAGE TWO
HIQHtAND CAVALIER
FamilyftssisfaicePlan Is
Utgeirtly In U l
Gittes and ttatet, it J I M beooow qiitte •ppamit. oaimot:
ooBtiniw with pnttnt ffaunoing to auccenfiilly maintain tli^ir
welfare aMipiMranu. New Yodc City provides a ttiiklng exampte.
In New Y o » C i ^ 1 out of 7 persons Is on weUue. Bstinutea aie
tbA In a few yeita tliat imimbnr will be inoieated to 1'>^ in 6
penons. The n B t InenuMd from 3 mlHion welftre ledplentt ln
1963ta9imllHonnc4pienUlnI970;
^
President Nixon doing vdut on the nuface woulaappear to be
an un4lepablloanltln ttiingi (Ifaowing the P(esiden«y to be a
mbud bag) has piepafed'the Family Assistance Plan to aldilocales
suofa as New Yodt Glty and other flnanolal)y hanHmssed nreas.
The Family Assistance Plan would basically guaiantw an annual'
incomet For axan|ple,.e family of four earningino lnoome would
be ellgttile to receive $1600.tai<pwmant8 and'$860 worth Of food
stunps making a total' of $2460 In total :benefit8 per year. ln>
addition to making . guaranteed' ipayments, a wod( Ihcentiw
apmoach'bbiUltintO'aePIInk
'
While today's; welfare priMranu. whldi< are^large^ nudnfsined!
by the'statei. arajgnued' tb tfae idea of the reoipientnot working
the President-s pbn encourages <lhe r«:lplent to work. I f the
recfolent iy!orks,;ln^w01i be addhig to his.total Income.^wever,
aS'tM recipient Mms more, hl&guaranteed'lncmne d^creaiei F w
example, ai fiunlly oTfour tfould' earn SliOOD' and' Its.pajnnents
from thePlan woiildidecrease to^$l460< The>famlly stUliwouldibe'
pi^fitiiig from the Plan as its total income woUldlbe increased^ to.
$3320i . As the>amount offaicomethe recipient eanis bicreatest
the guaranteedi.income decreases. When the w e «crner> (family
of:'fom)<earns»$3i9S0>be IseHempted^firom the'Pun.
The pro^ieots for the passage of the Faniily Assistance Pbn
appMTS-dimi Tradltionali opposition to the idea of g ^ ^
everyone an annual income is stUl present. Also, the financing
program presents a ,problem. The current estimates are that the
federal budget is.already headed' for m\ substantla]^deflclt. Honm
for the Plan wouMi contribute to nukbig ifhe (deficit lUr^r. We
favor the plan^and will O0er- ftirther nolm on the^illan as action
on it develops.
bur\coi;gmtuiatk)ns to'Chancellbr JosephSmtddyoniUs
betaig namedi^lMim iPj.tte, Xtul lW M Wise Ctounty
Chamber of G & u h i d ^ l V e ^ ^ ^ ) ^
howw
wdtdeserved; Dr. lBatts^commeal6.o• Chancdliwi S m i ^
wcfe'most apptopriate aBdi>exceiptS'flrwn\tlmn>appear ta^
ouripage one story omthe Chanccliar.
A conuncnt on spring r^tstration to in order. W6 asMrt
that an>oveTwfaefanh«s maiority of die students felt that .the
coinpater pie^cgistntioB was most h^trfidi as ithe -nswl'
nmuaihmii detoar<on the^resWratianiionte'Wricom^tdy'
dfanfautted! Of iMnrse ithete was stUiconsiderabk waittag'lii'
Une (a situation thai can be casBy corrected' b the. fiitnre
by settii« different thncs for the four dasses to registcr)
bat c o n q ^ to the usual chaotic iqtistnitioni'the faM?one
was ai blesBiiig; OUr ciwiplhneats.fo'Dean illdBaQd andrthe
odieradnynistratmsiWhoimadereglsirationieaskr,
HatatenaMW of the boHdfaigs andtgroands at CVC doiiot
usually/ receive editorial attention; However, we are
receiving several.complalntafromistudentaandlHbrarlans on
die mwr heatfaigte>the library. The'letter on t k b page
wiiyiacoaeerns the subject o f the <iklly <ybfary iOEpnss8es>
our sentbneats'exactly, ludeed^ the heating proUcn' needs,
not only to be lookedi bito (as we understand! it has been
several times) but fixed. We request and encooiage the
BnOdfa^ and' Grounds Supervisor to seek to correct tiie
heatiflg.proUem. lAidi ado about Bothh«? Not i f one is a
'Ibiariaii whp haa to work undtr-tiK<cfany .con^Ulonaior a
stndent'whDiiaesidie'ltbrMy. .
After, much discussion on die soUect of. a formal
statement of the ipu^pose of Cttnch V a % CbllMei one is
about to he acct^tedl The faculty of CvC antf>-rTesldcnt
'SfiannonJhave agned on a' statiementsand i t now needs.only
die approval of die Board of Visifon to be a d o i ^ l '
Speculation has H d n t It wfflibe aocepted^ Look'fora CORK
of tiutsiitement faittext week'si
.{evinnd times hi ^ortaito'elect
The Young RepuUkans Repablioan ofnoials on U H
luve announced a serlei of
state level. He comes from a
sendnars for the purpose of
poUUcally active family. His
"infomUng
ttw
campus fadier. Mr. Rufus McCoy Sr..
students on the status and has served hi tile Vhgfada
workingaof the loeriand state House xtfDeltertes.
^
poUtteai ayitems.** The semtanr
Chairman'raipps says diatyM
bepm on Wednesday,
February' 3. and will feature die Youtt Renublicain have a
Mr. Rufua tmoy
Jr.- o f host of RgpubUcan leaders ia
Dldcenton>:County • as.die first mind to bnrite and diat any.
RepuhUcan atOdent or 'OlOier,
hiterested jpersou' Will' have'.anv
?*^'Re^ll«ad'^lrS!n
opportunl^ to rnln miich
8ay^%at Sie seminar wQl- be bidght taito die poUUcal scene
conducted' eviry odier week, firom theSenUnar.
He says diat promhieAt Ibcal
Tihte
CVC
Young
and slate RetMbUcans wffli
address, the semhiar and Willi RepubUeans are advised %
answer any questions from faculty members Mir. Paul
"griass
roots
preoinot Bayes and: Mr. Rl^uud
oigni)£ation to die natiire of Peake's, The Highland Cavallte^
m state's etectoral qrstenu^' win keqi die'students posted .
lie
first speaknr, Mr. oniheiqpeakers andiprogressof
UiiCiay of Cftitwood) in die Sendnar. The time and'
Edckenron' County, Is dial ^ace of the' flrst program' IS.
<c o u n t y ' SI
K e p u b l 1 can Wednesday. February 3 at
Chahman; Mr. McCoy has'had 2:40 i p m hi. Room> .A21'3.
wide-^polltlcali experience on Y<miig RsMbllcans and' other
pnrsons
ar^i
tlie kxial' and state' scene. He -interested
DtarBditor:
ihas crisscrossed die .state encouraged ito attends
- As a student who uses the
Ubraiy considerable.. I ' feel
coi^idled' to complata of die
uncomfortable
temperature
conditions -present ia die
library. Most students, and die ~
.Ths 'DMti<il:;l(t of DMInguWiedi calhy Loutt* 8andWg«i Mawin
llbranans themselves, cannot
Studmtt for the Pall SemMtW RRMrdShatton.
HayshFrathmam Nancy. LuoHIa
l } 7 e . n . In, ordar to Klllma 'thb Vatetr
be expected' to perform liieh
^sanlon
OUra, FWda
dMIncUon, a AuiMUt imiit-.avacag* suUierlandi
OWrla Vtars Tumar.
dudes nor stuify in suCfa^
MtUr Nun B In a fulMMia <ourw
HHtMWSBnion
Ronald,
Jerry
of Itudy. T M foHoiWlns, ittKMmU
diiverhig ohcumstanoesi.Sur^
^McMiirray,
comUtuUitlMioaartitiUilM.
somediitag can be done. I ihave
Hurlay-aunlaniRUaipolian.
Alaxamiria^unfon Alio'Mooani, -_ ilnnnan-PrMtMnani
OWrla Jean
cfa^en not to sign my name as
Hhko;
HalL
I am sure I express die feeUngs
Appalaclila«raihiinani
CWnnK
Jonaivlllk'Sophamorai
John
PnmeM sunMy, Mnica liynni WaHcr H|n«> Sankm ArtlniriParry
<tf many other students on thls,
ThontaM
Sophomofei
Uama* '.'catroUi .
•
_
mattejrii'.
^ ;. , ,
Haroid' ClaiKMnon, TMntai, nay
'LaMnonJuritori 'SUMii. '!la«M-
FMMH MMori' Raum e^warti fie,.
inatHiii, R«V MRMci Smloft Raslna,
my QuHllon, NWrearal CMIiy/Witlta.
iBM»
iHavM-swion
colli*
Evarnun ort)ey>
Big Stona dap«ra<hman> Irh
Hopa
Colim*,
VIcKI
Lynn
oailowny, 'Karen Oayla m*a»,,
Jrommy, llMiMyara, Wanren Mkiiaai
SiMUim Atohi Ray TMHHriiayi
4o|<honiar« William ;N. iBolU I I I ,
oary Alan Cartyi ^Urtkm Roy
D«nvar.ilton«s,.DorkBamaH MaMn,
MIO>aa|sBnK*'Maiom aa>y Btonar
PwdUK, ili»»a Ann Taytor, R*>»tr
LiwiWflllanu; SMIOO Pally Qoiaty
A n d a m n , ^ Roaana
Rrankllnj
Pnncn <Kaya Mainim. RKtiard
Dwuon 'Maadab.nPMw Ann MMon,
CiliaMW aillaluwatar MUnwowar,
'MfHc DavM Patarioni William
<Oa«t«M>.:SliMP«i OavM O. SlmgHI;
Oary Scott WMItamt. .Margaralm^maiWrtgtil..
,Birolilaaf-<Pra<liniani
Janat
BaiAara Edwar<^ SopUpmom
AnMaan NMIer Saylori, -Junlbri
j*ny,AHIia«3jinnli.
Bl^ekWatar.Rmtimani
Carol
AnnaSaiwyar,
Catllawoed4oplioniorei Sandra.
tM aibiani SMlo(> 'Unda Carolyn
'D(jlvRWt*rtiNM< BmlUi,;Jr.
Martlnivllla-JunMri
Oaoraa
^^^wteiHnaihnMlN lemory 'H.
Bablnatta, Jr.i.8oit«omorei Charlaa.
Albert FuMon, Oary L M HuBbar«
iRMIurd DiN«rl>iMtpi, JUdy Patricia
WMlM Junk>ri VMtofla Lynn
Daniali, Prank swcton, Jr.. Joispti
BIlMrt WoHai Santan RonaM,
'Watiay (Otokenaon, BTanda Kay
ailllamt Albert SUim Jdhmon,
Blancnard Robert Ra|n«, Pamela
Sua snort, Bddla Wayne WMIi,
Sandra. Payna Witt. Jame* BeiHamln
ZMkafoow.
ThankYou
ASttdtat
SiaK
^vringJinllori Vliglnia Paye
Bfookii, senion Mkhaei Wayne
Tyler.
Oite
CltyPredimam
J MUM
KMwaii Hammond) sopnomorM
Cbartotla' Suun Paterii Junlori
Sandra Anna Chaomani Seilloh
Janklni,
KantUBky>S*nlori
RHond* Corolyn.Hadgei.
P 1 n e,v 11 I e , ^
W'e • t
virslnlarSophomorai Maria Jo
Comalt;
LESS
TIME,
MORB graduate study." The book
OPTIONS:
BDUCATJON fiidiides ' a great deal of
BEYOND
THE
HIGH detailed MArmatira on die
SCHOOL is a special report programs of many schools. (LB
l^ued a few vveelcs ago by die & ' n A 4 J 9 « 9 )
Caxoa^ Commlsskm. Typical
'df die cfaanges 'lt proposes are
diree
yeai utidergradnate
degrees, "stopouts," and die
awardhig of degrees on. die
basis of adtlevement test
Twenty
CVC
studenta
scores rathar dian eaXkgfi fluiifaed up dieh Badielor of
attewtuwe. Skice CVC Is Arts dtacM requirements iprlor
ouryentiy
considering to or during the fall semester.
^^Cniriculum reform, the report They vMll be awarded dieh
is particularly relevant^ (on dkgiees
at
die
qiring
reseive),
commencement.
VCHCBS OF PROTEST is a
The students and dieir
rofeiofihn ooOeotiM' of 23 mi^or fields of ^concenlrathin.
underground
newqwpers. are:
taiohidhig sudi papers as THE
Donna. GaU Hale-Hlstoiy;
GREAT S P B t ^ D BIRD; Gregory Dean Cantrellfinglitt;
KUDZU^ PAPBR TIGER, and Connie L. M u U h w B n ^ ;
STUEHBS ON THE LEFT, ( a * Billy R w Rh«ley-Hlstory:
atcircUlation.ded()
Harold Wayne Ro<e411story;
THE
FIRST ANNUAL Janel Nadhw Murray-BngUsh;
REPORT o f the Council on A l f r e d
Taylor
Collier.
/Kivbonmental Quality ctwers Ir.->Busfaiess vend
PubUc
a wide jBuge of problems. AdrntatatraUon.
faicUmng water,, air, an^i^noise^ ,B r e n d ' l
Sexton
pottution. the
inadvertent*'' Johnson-English;
Vierda
modlfksatlon
of
cUmate. Kadierine • Aver»Blementarv
popuhtion growth, and w Education; Mildred Danlete
consideraUon o f the steps •B.e n t l e y-'E l e m e n t a r_y
needed; to imeet )he'Problems. Education;
Yvonne 'K.
Aniendlces huthide me test of CusstafEleinentary Edimtion:
dM Natural Environmental Linda Carolyn Fields«hik)gy;
Bottcy Act of 1969. (adc at Roger t^nn. Gardner'^lolagy;
c^dation>desk)
Alma Joyce Aarriafilementary
Freddie
Lee
The fourdi edition of A Education:
Glina
TOi GRADUATE PtkeiUstory; Ronde Galne
STUDY is. now ^on die Silcox4ushiess and: Public
leference dwlf. The purpose of Admhiistration:. Dhm Carol
diis basic guide is to "assist die S t a 11 a r d - E l e m e U'^t a r y
Clara - Flehb
undergiad)iate in planning Education:
aodemkany and flnanciallyitOf,S u f be r I ah d^ E le me n t ary,
meet die lequireineats o f ' Bducatton; Yvonne .<Goode
Tudcer^ushiess and Public
-Admhiistration; Randall Boyd
VandaigriffChem6try.
Twenty Coniilete
Degree RequiranMris
Squoro ISm
Senator Spong iHtioiices
E
PAGE THREE
Mew Books
At The library
(Reprinted fromdte
oakurMMMoWKHnorw
Curti*
NationaitReyiewBilfotiny
iDala anniami Junkm Lorry Da«M
'Blonkenrtilp.
OiakatSophomorei
.Nancy
So, thote manly. Womanly.
Carroll'Rbac*.
^
Pennington Oap-Praitimani Mra. beaudAil jpeofde calling over
Shtoley P. BMioei Sophonorai
<FV^rKlio iTom>open range and'
'AifMda . RUttiv sottont, Junkiri
ComleParwmNuiflMb
die banks lof cool' wat«s wOl'
Pound^'rainmaiH JUdy CharMna no hmger be permitted to
Shoitti sopfiomorei oana oakiras
KlHT. Temple Douon RMmf, seduce and corrupt us widi^tfae
aioria Jean AuttWi JuiUoti Bllen chaims of Lady Nicotine. And
RIMy Bbttf. Lawrence BMVnq Jt„.
Sbana, Bamlc* cox,, Avery Don tf tobacco iS'bi truth-so dread a
Powarai seniori . MWrad oanleh
"^'^Cadir BMift-iahlon
QaorSi BenlMyi, Tommy -tmi ciwoar, curse dutvlt moat beibaqlAed
from TV-radio, by iriiat f o ^
iMonroaOodlMy.
ROger'Lynnaatdner.
CtatMamttSoittiomorei WRilam
8nowfiak*«enlori Ltnda.auWen can it stin«be fliiunted-ln pttat?
Arnold Ridwrdion.
%ely
cigarette ads drould
.iCllndKo^anlon .llmmy Ray 'Cole.
81. PauM'raHimani Brenda Jean.
Haarl, Pairl iStaplianl* TrlpMtt
HamUtoni Sopiiomerei Oary, LeMla now be banned also from
ainMood4'nM«imani otbomli: Hartwcktaaty/PranitllO Jasaea, Ann
(««>fdtopa«*4)
Hopa, HKHf. Patty. Ann MulIlM,.
Annett* 'Hammi
aemwi oakiwn .straMm JSioria 'MMHa'^Mnley,
JgnkKMWiwrt Hirokl A n i % , , Jr..
JHMir Vat»»i Jenlon Tarryf abort eieprg* Mldwei Coont*. StiHay
Blamall,. JonnnV Mack Pamrn, Jane blppti Swiori Jenllea<emm*r
Monnia Daan Juitlcai Paul LViin, Stewart,
^
m i M t n sonkiri oonaMi Werlay
Tacoma'9«||gwnMrei Karen Mae
Blamatt, Vvottn* COMIM Proddle.. Homei
Reofre.
>n!ISt' ' ^ " " ' ^
T>i«wii4«nlon ThonM'Hush
Qo«'l»um*r«iHaMni
JilNMfar
Ainn'DotMn. M w i lIuanttalUiHiar, KHSoik
V«raanl4enlori
JMiy- Alan.
oiantt
Paw ' «Mln«i Qeraw
Bradford Row Samuel alann
Sandtn, HwirWlai Marl* WSllani
Soptiomorai Mary Bnmia Bafkar, M * ^ & RhodtelarSullln
(coat'd'ltom.pafe 1)
Manoy ibaUM Cmtth^ ChanolM; OalaNkitii Sepnontofw.OorH Jean
Federal'JiiUaes„certahi>ofnclais are honorable, hardwoikhH
ROM mvH, binda BiM evanir BtKar, bonna Btw iBoeet, Jwc*'
iiarry Douflu
onm, .wallt BoHlnt. RbfMMi tmnh
of
dw meoutlve Bnuiohk and dedkatedipubiki servai^ts.^' ' Junlon
unda smdt. 'RoiiUBlta, .(ka«t So* culbertios, nonela, Ami M U a * .
national'. poUtical' parties, and
Senator
Spong
has Writtrti Sankin iDlna Carol SlMardi KMmattrAiar HOUbaid. 'MWiaei; ilelm F a m n . . . . . . . . :Bditor
,lMvaln Munim, Oary om aiemp..
candidates for Congresdonal introduced
a
flnanoial: KaHwrlnrBuchananstallard.
Oanto-Pia^imani
Judy Qan sown Pallia Sandan Tompkint, D R u d ' P b ^ . B u s f a ^ M a n ^
disclosure bill every year rinoe
offtee. .
UHoni sankm Emma, lutrrahM Snaron> BltiabiUi veatli Juntori
Linda, Olaudatta HHI
Lara BIOM HW, Danny Barton
Senator Spong said in a he has been ta the Senate and Cachran,,
RotMrtMlchaaiistanei,
joMaekiDjiiNilt ParMf>Kem,.PrltcMa. Bnmt KeiMdyAasistapt Bdttwa
aid he is determihed' to do
speeofa'on'tho Senate floor:
. Drydaif-ffoBliomefai
imm 'l!m<- Taywr, anyL. Ray Wellii, U n d k H n
RraPaiper
aenwri MsraaiM.B. OMiart, JMM*
' "PubBe trust hi'dle faitegrity. something about dw prdMem.. jatikion'Hatcliar.
Tlam<Mhior Ckwde Dnkodey
DuHMd«ankm
Paula <J*an Allaa 'OilltMple, .Pamela >Corry
of IhMe nAo make ahd
SenatorSpong sald,^'Let die
44onwciitt. JoMpti tlbdeay Meuer,
DdibielMton .BeimidTBte
adhdnlster Jhe laws is an
DuntannoiHlunMn RutwII Lynn Phyim Inwli Mlilllne, Almeda
know die facts and
aOdisidQ'Donnd ..Utidvisof
McDonnell SMtton.. V M H BCXI*
Bakeri
Santoti
Alma>Joyc*
mrrtt.
indispensable element o f our
a man on his record!
The ntftland OavaUer is
East Stone aapH'reilimanrSlieftt
aysteni of govdmment but,d»t
i k l dlsclosure Is no.more
trust jhas been hi s^kHU dianidut."
dedine in recent years. I t is
^pong added. "The biU I
unfortunate because I believe have introduced' would require
that the overwhehtalng number an jnembers andcandldates for
of d i o ^ hi government today
'(ooiit'dte.pige4)
HIGHLAND CAVALIER
ipubUAedcweaWjf'
; Opfadoas cKpiessed herehi
veOtet die> views <rf die writer
land dovuot neoesntily refleet
dioseofidiecoBegB.
ByrRaddaUHylton
~
SQUARE UNES is back for
another'
semestar.' Yea.,
pollution is the mafai tcmlc
powadan. and die; tftot that
SmMO,
UHES is ta dtei
HIGHLAND
CAVALIER
provea diat eveh tills highly
advanced' newspaper has Its
poDudon problem. .
There
were
seToral
. noteworttnr
.dtmlo|anents
'durtag^die hdldtcvs, and shice
it.is.a flihction of this oohunn,
to report, the news. I am gofaig
toi relate to yo»-^Qu most
importaabhttmenings. First of
aH. die CV^lMtftedian t e m
iriayed the Baptist fCaStet onJanuaiy 14. and snCfered: a
dbfeat. I understand diat die
C^sviUoift 'ptevbd l o >b)vAy that
ttiiy -wirnlif have ipfAwbly
(beeh
defHaUd
by
tile
opponents' Mediodlst team.
The WIS f i d d Us ffiondOy
meettak at the eaOi^ dtirhig
.the 'hoUdkys. For dibse of you
who dtink diat WIS is a radki
sUtion; It stands for White
Lung Society. Its members are
made tup' of those professors
who
are viotlras of hing
congestion due tp teeatfatag.
too mndidiaBc dbit, j
I talked' to one of our
piofesscKS yestetdwf and' he
said that he did n o t gO'
anywhere or do anytUog owr
die hoUdaya. He saOat he
was completel^'faiaotlve for dw
entire mondl irom pecmiber
19 to January 19:
i spent my hoHdays, tryhig
Techniques On How To Get The
Most From A Lectuie
abmty to anticipate what die
teacher wOl talk about.
Try to see the overall
pattern
of
the
lesson.
Evnyditag he
says will
If only your ears are at work
contribute to die cooyletion
when you are~:hi'da8s. you wOl
ct a total struohire. So. to do
learn
pradUcally notiUna.
your best ta a course, try to
Unless you are activeqr
a . t t e n d ng
to,
and
famlUarize yourself widi die
concentrating'on what is befaig
overall structure the teadier is
vU', reaotbiR to It ta some
buMtag.
my,
mulling
it
over,
' Listen
for
ideas.
letaterprelbig i t . rebttaig it to
taipllcatioiis„.aiid sjgniffeance;
real live things, and choosfaig
not merely words and facts.
die signifksant facts and ideas,
Naturally, it is' necessary for
the ttoie you spenA ia chus is
to .learn and' remenmer a
Mr.aObert
vfasted; On tM other hand;
nundier of facts ta your
probab^ die biggest and most
effectively can save nrany studytag and listening, but real
Important area of learning
knowledge requires that you
takes place ta diis setting. So, hours of extra study.
go bmrond lust memorizing
If
you
have
no
idea
what
a
t& j e t started properly, sit
facts. They demand diat. you
professor
is
gotag
to
lecture
where you can listen and wQI
sift and learrange those facts ta
about
hb
words
hang
ta
the
ah
not
be
bothered
by
your mtad to form a
only
fractions
of
a
second
distractions.
The
average
before they are gone forever. meantalAd concept of the
teacher will brtaM out ta his
You cannot punch a button sutject You cannot do aH this
discussions vhtuafiy everythtag
widiout die tatense mental
ta'-die coarse diat he believes and cause -die teacher to stop
whie you catdi up, wfaOe you activity tavdvtag analysis,,
to be really taiportant The
ditak—through a confustag qmdwds, and taterpretatton ta
student
who
hears,
potat, or oiganize your klras your own words.
understands, and remembers
Listen for ^ i a l emphasis,
what the teacher says is almost for note taking. I f you have
previewed' or scanned die repeating, paustag or odier.
sure to do well' on evahiaUons.
lesson dien die ideas- o f die cues that the teacher is making
teacher fan tato a pattern, a major potat.
This does not mean that
effective listentag .ta die . making note taktag easy. As ta
Take notM:
studytag a book, you can listen . Record the speakers mata
dassroom can take the place of
to a lecture most successfully i d ^ be brief, make notes of
outride study, for several
and
with
g r e a t e r Meas, not merely t w h ;
reasons. First, prior study of a
comprehenstan if you first headings,
subjiect is necessary for most
lake
as
you
effective attentioo ta a lecture preww die lesson; to yoor oomrenlendy can, syitemztize
imaginatton,
and
creative your notes as soon as possible.
type chus. Second; you may be
aKed> to discuss a topic or
answer a question based' on
your '^twhr of die anignment
IncfecllWt Shriftkliig Mw^^ * t
from' the ttexi TffiSdi'study *>t
die text is necessary to Ox ta
Is Tkuisday Movie
your mtad details diat round
Thb week's fifan. toibe Aownat 8:00 onlhiusdsy night.
out a ciassro<Mn> discussion as
Fcbfuary 4. ta the Science Lecture HaU, b THE
led by the tastructor. But as a
INCRBINBU SHRINKING MAN; starring Grant WflUams
student you are goh« to spend
and'Randy Stewart.
a certata number o f hours ta
IMS b a fsacfanting adeace^floflmi thdOct. Grant
the classroom^duriiw a course,
WOUams oontracts.a, mystesioaa mdady wfafch gradwOy
and' spendtag diose hours most
shrinks hhn.from hb naimal six foot h ^ t to leas dun an
tacfa iaa>. WhBe doctors despenteiy seaidi for a cure, bb
once
normal: world (becomes a tcfiflyfag phce.
Jie b
l i i b r a i f iMisses
attadrcdl by hb bouse cat and barely survhes a tcsrifie
batdewidiavider.
By: Mr. HaioM Gilbert
Assistant Professor of
Psydiolagy
C
Boiis
Mrs.
Rosemary Mercure..
Reader Servlc^Ubrarian. at
die John'Cooke WyUe Ubrary,
has'feleased:a list of bodcs d u t
are m M n g from the library.
Persons ftadtag diese books'
are requested, to return dum.
The missing books are:
The Confessions of Dean.
JacquM
Rousseau^
Race
'iSbllyltea
Relations
in
Virginia
to write a song, ielng the I865-I90I, The WorM of Man,
relteious perscm duit L.amt I . Table Tennis, The Femtatae
bad Six mnsures of iiotes,.andv Mystique,
The
Concise
on die wVendi I had a rest . AO IMotlottary of Clirnnt BngBsh,
of my songs are written hi 1/4 A Dtetkmaiy of Slang and
time, because I am, trying to Unconventional EnglWi, One
make up for all^of %ose songs Man^s Initiation: 1917; A
wfaich haveibeen written hi 3/4 Novel; The -Qutatessence of
time.
Ibsentaon. Eiqieriences and'
The facul^ and staff DemonstraUonscta Elementaiy
QDntinu«l tO'imy their weekly Physical Science. The Creation
volleyball gunes .during the tit die Universe..Insect;, and
vacation and- will continue to The Wmld Book Dhitionary.
do SO this semester. For dutse' I970' 2..volumes.
of ytw who And die roller
derl^ too boring and not'
NBXtWMK'*
oompetithre enough, you have
HitfhlMMiiCwaller
a standtag fawitation' to come
ou'Tiiesday nights at 8:00, ^
Featum...
Academic f ill
Staits Fof m
SUSPENDED
(first
timd>20
SUSPENDED (ftoaI)-4
(»4PROBATION'-I03
ON DEANS LIST.I78
ASutveyOr.
StndentlsRel^^
ASpedalRraott
OiilteStudent
ConnCfl
AndMon
College QHers Degree
In l^ate Corps Weil
The State Unhwrrity of New
Apidlcations .must be made
Yodc, C o l l ^ at Brodcport b to die Peace Corps/CtAe^
(boktag for students who want Degree
Program;
State
to earn crdlege vCiedH while University
College
at
preparing
to
teach Brodcport; Brodcport. New
mathematics and science as Yoric 14420 by Match 1
Peace Corps volunteers ta
The program b designed to
Latin America.
• f m die need for madiematics
Peace Corps and' c o l l i e and
sobnce teadiers
ta
oflldab announced today dial devefopfaig Latin Anmban
the
u.niaue
Peace countries. It tachides one
Copn/Qdlege D^iiee program academic year flahked by two
at Brodcport WiD be extended summers of fully subndiMd
widi die admbrion of a flfdi sod .. tategitfled academic
t^a^
of candidates ta June. courses and Peace. Corps
tratatag.
The decUon by the Peace
Graduates receiw either an
Corps
to
extend
die AiB. or B.S. Degiee; secondary
btusyear-old progranu was school teadier certtncatton
made after a conqmheasive and an assignroent overseas to
evataatlon ta irilicfa graduates a bi4atioaal educational team
of die program servtag as Peace as a Peace Corps votuiiteer.
Corps volunteers ta PUu, While diey are servtag overseas,
Colombia. . El
Salvador, vohmteers nugt'eam up to 12
Honduras and the Domtalean hours of-graduate credit.
RepubHc were tateiviewed
Unique features ot die
alpng widi dislr host country inogram tadude: Academic
oounterpvts and overseas cretUt for Peace Corps training:
PeaceCorps stafT.'
two) iiilly-subsidbed summer
The program- b open to sessions totaling 30 semester
stuitents tmo an ta good credit hours; in-depth Peace
standtag at any accieoHed Corps training which b ftiDy
college or untverrity and vriio synchronized with a liberal arts
will have conqileted their e d u c a t i o n ;
specialized
sophomore or iimtar year by professional
preparation;
June. 1971.
Individualized
piognuns.
PAGE PbUft
HIGHLAND CAVALIER
WiHwwSliigM' Hybbii
(Rmrintodftom flw
CmdfkldProgcen)
Randall Hyttont Atsbtaitt
Van^
C d l ^ . will make a
n u t t ' mpMimce H>n the
Arflmr Snuth Show tonyltoe
taPebnufv.
.
The ArUou Smith Show te a
vndioated TV
with
miiroximataiv
11 mflliob.
vitfiim, and- i t oigluitek in
Oariotte.. H.C. I t - is snn
.Satnidiwt- at. 4 p^m; on
side it.Mltitlet <*The L m t e n ot
TMBorrow^' aBd it also is an>
wUnal Gompoltion.
' H y l t w is originally .Gtom'
WHBs. Va. He aftradS d l M i
Valley' GbOege and latei
leceived his BS. degree fiomi
Viwhiia Pa^tedmio Institute,
He «a8-1i«en writiog. lonas.and
idaying theiguitar sincette we
(rf^ liva, and'he ilitt sang on the
radio in Gabx. Va;, at the age
of two.,
He- has had dght aoqgn
bUdied and: an of them haw'
m
lacoidttL He
^
3Commenls
B d ( # i t t Record
By: Bimt;Keiiiiet|y
Bariier hi the year tUamper
stated that afawfa
V&y
Cdthte teold look forwvd to,
"peia&vs Its most pnwising
CMum; ever" hi the 1970^71
'basketball
season. 'We
lOOBmuntei oa flie hns of only,
a m iaan ,aqd Jhe wealth of
IfeiMconiiii Sane
G
ewpwienoed futd< detennhied
atfiletes'returniiig at the riudn
botoit for 'owr'optimisai. The
plajms^warelOmwa enthused.
At thU wiWr^ OlfaMdi VaOey
iportt a 3^1^ -Roor<l' for the
season^ and' yet both the
p l i i y m . and Coadi StdlUad
seem tb.:be givijig anir an. In
oOer wonb. 0 ^ VaQ^has.
the >ma|ch«s of a flne team;
godd oqaoiing, dbtenalnatlon)
leverytUng' needM e x o ^ for
<me central; vital neoessity:
and for biii men. Without a<blg
(pnferal^y i f
w m«e)i
egpessMi. and'
ixpwnotd'
•MU^ayet, most coMoge teaau
just can't hope^to connate o^even term*. iMght, imS^
mi
sttti«tb are needed w i d a thebadtet in today's gan»; andi
CUndi V B % ? S fede of that Ug
mailt with' M'ansdnnMnying
b n » d strength wi
has
more' ttan anytfUng dse ibeen
leiponsible. f6r the H i ^ i of
success. .The team lav to be
oonunnidMi <m pliqrh«Vniai^
fine ballganKStrgraes tliey<
wbul^i'have wonhAl'ihey been X .
alttb to maUth'size with d|e.
GUm
Valley»8 GavaBtas
He wU linB "Too Many
WAmen on the Jutyi" a song luucflons and' w i ^ various' i^iqnsdhtaiigh Bikevflle College
vUMi he wiote and m » t d ^ i Koqpt h Sbufliwest ^^ginia;^. nose to nose for thewkfaig
OB th« 440 label I t was 'TFoo' Many Wonen oni the ' an exdting'gamet butsawmeh
.I»oduced%<-ATflmr Smith anfl' Imy" is his first lecordl and it hopes for' a- vietotottsh i R M l u c e s . . . ^
ittcordedl to. dw Arfliur Smttb >wflf'ta n/aflable'ln«lo«llst(»es. homecomfaig ext^nfUied'liyia
hte secondihalF'PweTille r o y .
•finbiy and'Henry pUt'ofF ai
Studios-ht>.Chail6tte.. The ftip'
(eoardtmn
m»Zf
Gary iHatneldl (O^i a n i l l . second half conHMck -by Congresik
jndfciid! ' and'
Butcher ^(22D^were thebigiguns COndi Valley's detemUn^ °
• 9 2 « 4 BxecAtive ^brandies teodvfaig
for
fOravflfo,
toa Cavdim to
Otdonson (20) awl> Albett ivlotory.BinoryiiKe&nyWaodi $181000 or ma^ to-amndly
Jdhnson ( l l i ) ' led the wnr Jar ^ 3 ) i ied d l scoring, wfifie-Jhn disdosei the' ao«ce« and'
the' CariSm. eOxh
VO^ Gott and AlbBrt I(«naon eadi amnmto of thdr Wme, ttteb
now has ai3^1'7>r«iatdl foi. the scored' 20ffi» the'lbse|8.>C]hich A, assetsjydi iliaMlities. j j f f i ^ and
1 .
\
Valtey now haa.a 3^17 recOfdl ^ ihinioiaiinms retehmf oyttMn
season^
^ <In, adoflier conited OOndi and! ' aU: transaotkiw- - ki
'^ofaiValleysoorhigr^
CVC's
girikvBasketballi
team
The Girirs Team openedl'it's.
glils downed! vdiek securities;- .ami' . r ^ ' and
Albert lohracn 2 L Kbo VaO^
mNined'its'liionieiieitoniagaiiut
bad(etbani seastm with' tAWifl
'&nory . arid' 1160^. counter . peraonaliproperQr"'
Dtdkenaou'
20*
Mtekey
agahKt
Rmmiuton .HUb anory. aifll Hetiey G«llege-a^
^ • I •
li
RaAr-'Bttep> 8), g r t i fall an ej^ifUng. 2 7 ^
Scfaooli Girths 1 ^
57^54. deed-out a 27^26 victory. The Newsome
Stan
Bwielli
6,
Itai' Gbtt 4. .
P^antetonHli^ hit aihot 52%: (Odl ltd!! seemed to be m fbo
- Sli^PPORinSME
GSttdi Valley Scoring:
f i o m tto iloor, 'but'€VC^sig!ils badcet tot i.GVC;» fliBy 'dtot Wayne- Steele . % and' Edgar
: Gbtt 20. -fohiOMu 20*
mads up the dlfftrence at the 7% from theJflbor hi the flrst Pore 4HIGHLAND GAVALIER
Didcenaon, I 7 . ^ t » 9^ TiiBi^
PIkevelle 43^47^901
fiee throw ]ine;.aliK>oUng 649(1 half. B n o r r W I2i9' at the
Mary Site DiuMhtnty and; eoT 4f th n n t half, but GVG
CVG 3 9 ^ T 7 ;
Lorraine
(Cochran
were pultetf' ahoHl hi tfte fdurth
outstanding on dkfenaei wfalft
q^ttter for the' win. iLornifau:
Brendai Rtotdter. toned: in. 14 Gachnm'Bgain WBaootstandfaif
pohits to. iMd hi. the scoring rmxdeftUse.asisheKeld'&noiy'i
'colunin^ ^Margaret ' ^Gibson
ifrribwed' with il3Mp61n^,>and> s l ^ e l i i ^ ^ 12 « q £ ^ ^ <
Sfikley Baker with M . .
ilead'ihi the scorii«;:cohinm for
vaion* MMWAt swm<nnMii
Scoring! :GB»on< 13<, Jhuke CVG.
8. Baker I I , Flebiiier 14.
S«;oring: Gibson S., BurKe
'Cj)ch(an
^ I^WSon
8, 12. Baker 2, /Ftetdier 1.
Dau^terty 1,
jIiawson(6i'Diiughterty 1.
mm
(oonfdifrom iwga 3)1
!
1 '
Ihe Cigaiiili
magazines,/
newspaper?, pibt'vaster by. far ~ tftiai ttte
<ooniiplraoy>tbat
billboards and>- matcKbooks., !oigarette
.But ad^ are not the heart of dirougb all' media' subverts. Us
flie mattery Whatman'outrage, into biiyfaigthoseideadly autos
what aiorimea^dntt humanity, that exact a yearly >toIl> in
that there diould)be>dgarettesI disath andl hijury much higher
Let the fActorkHt >be shut, [than ttle ciguettes can be
accusedi of. Is i t not dear, that
iplanUtionsipldwediundeH '
Snufilng out the filthy every TV station presentihg
weed, pan' we bveriook.the' auto _commercli|lk' becomes
beer and, wine' beckonii^ us thereby re^nswle for X
fitom the ihynnotic screen, or numberof d^ths? What is.GM:
other than a'Murder; lnc.?'Nor
the tdntalizlug displays of
'booze that All so many thouDl: we qvArlixdc those ads.
cohunnk of ithe printedtmedia? for dcis^and dU' resorts; an
The
statistteal correlation Invitation to leg fhictures arid
between alcdhoUc 'Ingestion back twistlngs. Verbotent
andi Qtnfaosls of the liver, not
-nie NursamaldlState: Is this
to q>eak 'of the myriad ««atr American consumers,
physical' and' psydlk Ou. of AmericanioitiMns, really want?
alcaholism^ is more firmly Are >we sudi babies that we
established than that between needL a-~inillion bureauoratk:
ao^oking and'^ the cancerous nannles'-.to \ w ^ tau noses.aiid'
trdtlbles of'hingSimbuths.and: change our diapers? Or are we
throats. Thertfore, no' more grownups «4io preferrto>make
akx4ioUa drink»4t the very up our own mindk, who know
bast, no more mention, of that life is ndt a nursery and
themhiptibllopla^)^!
flut every dioice carries with>^
How ^ u t butter,, cheese, it ridcas weD aspromise?
Stai; it's San to note thatmQk and eggM Have we-liot
been told by the Wite men that the government dbesn^t let its
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aU' tfiesa and thek similais are produoBr«ibsldizfa|g
. w h-a t
its
crowded: with
cholesterol k n o w
whfcth, smwd <h|to our'blood' cionsumemxKldlhv hand is
stTeamSiifuboiir arteries wttfa a dofaig. tbfi Department of
fatty coatinji. that brings on Agriculture coiitinuei ihelUng
sttclce and oNurt attack? And obt Hs bns of milllofflr of
any fhim operator
whle w ; are behig' guards dolUrs
•gainst all danurs, let Them hidty enough to hold f
,
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not forget flie hicredlbfo tobacco allbtment.
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