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Statesville Record and Landmark from Statesville, North Carolina • 8

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PAGE STATESVILLE RECORD LANDMARK WEDNESDAY EBRUARY 2 1966 Troutman' Revealed I Ralph Sinclair principal of Troutman High School today announced the names of stu dents who have made both the semester and last six week wading period honor rolls The students are: Grade John Ballard Len ny Byers Walter Plyler Susan Brawley Pam Caldwell Joyce Cash Loyce Cash Joan Christy Mary Havner Jill Loftin Jane Massey Emily McClure Sharon McVey Linda Overcash Judy Rash Joan Stowe Gail Thomp son Cynthia Walsh and Linda Whitener Carol Getgood made the semester honor roll while Tommy Nesbit and i a Cashion made the six week list Grade 11 Ronnie Elmore Michael Eudy Terry Rankin Mary Ann Blackwelder Janette Brewington Judy Carrigan San dra Carver Janice Howard Janice Jarvis Gilda Mullis Nancy Murdock Vickie McVey Beth Neilf Carol Neill Kathy Stinson Ellen Troutman Jean Tucker and Janice Whitener Brenda Miller was on the semester list while Renee Bar bette and Sandra Sherrill made the six week honor roll Grade 10 Dale Rodney reeze John Gudger Rick Mills Barry Morrow Stanley Butbar George Eugene William son Shirley Jo Barnette Pat Cavin Myra Cohy Wanda Llpe Lynne Overcash Clara Stokes Settlemyre Elsie Lou Sherrill Lois Ann Williams and Jane Upton Making the six week list were Tommy Karriker Steve Wilson and Amber isher Grade Johnny Boone Larry Bost Harry Brotherton Melton Mayfield Johnny Mullis Steve Rankin Ricky Whitener Paula Armstrong Janice Lynn Bar sett Cany Ben Belk Eliza beth Darien Brackett Janet Honor Roll Jy Sinclair Brawley Nancy Jean Bule Kay Cash Rebecca Louise Cashion Christina Day Vicki WTliott Donna Getgood Diane Guin Susanne Hollifield Jo Ann Isen hour Rachel Leigh Jones Madge Kestler Joyce Lentz Karen Martin Mildred Eliza beth McAllister Vicki McCon nell Vickie McCoy Shirley Neill Susan Privette Cindy Pope Kay Talbert Sylvia Dean Wilhelm and Rebecca Ann Woods On the semester fist were Loretta Kuzaoetn voiey and Sherry Lynn Elliott while Mark Hastings Janet Black welder Jennie Wrenn Caldwell Carol Marlow Kathy Diane Stewart and Christine Trout man made the six week honor roll Twin Sons Weigh Over 16 Pounds LONDON (UPD jewe wife gave birth last week to twin boys who weighed a total of 16 pounds 3 ounces making them the second heaviest twins on record The sons born to Mrs Ian Bolton in Queen Hospital weighed 8 pounds 5 ounches and 7 pounds 14 ounces A hospital spokesman said the normal weight of a twin Is 8 to 6 pounds The heavyweight record for twins was set in the United States 10 years ago with a pair that weighed a total of 20 pounds 101 2 ounces Som Cross To Boar YORK Because of his height an extra large cross Is being made for 6 foot 5 inch actor John Westbrook who will play Christ in a play to bo pro duced here GOP To Stress Living Costs WASHINGTON (UPD The size of the family grocery bill is emerging as the domestic Issue the Republicans are most eager to exploit In the IBM election campaign Or as National party Chair man Ray Bliss views th reaction to infla tion prices and you get another pair of nylon hose" His remark came during one of sessions of a two day meeting of the Republican National Committee Bliss re ported on 1965 moves to strengthen the party organiza tion The comment on prices and nylons actually dealt with 1960 campaign when th Ohio Republican organization then headed by Bliss was charging the late President John Kennedy with embracing a farm program which would raise food prices The national committee heard up to date advice about the cost of living issue from Thomas Benham a public opinion specialist regularly employed for Republican projecta and from Sen John Williams of Delaware Benham reported that a poll Indicated the cost of living and government spending were the issues on which the Democrats were most vulnerable These were followed in order by information" lack of voter influence on govern ment policies "big govern ment" and fear of war He said th Democrats were strongest in their claim to fulfilling goals of full employ ment and national prosperity Pennsylvania produces more maple syrup than Vermont or any New England state Capitol Hill Reaction Mixed Over Bombing WASHINGTON (UPD Pres ident decision to resume bombing North Viet Nam brought expressions of sup port Monday from Capitol Hill Generally congressmen felt the United States had no alterna tive But ta come cases the congressional comments were definitely muted an Indication of th gravity with which senators and representatives viewed th Chief decision Senate Democratic leader Mike Mansfield of Montana who had advocated a continued pause in toe bombings said Johnson my sympathy and understanding and I will do my best to support him to th best of my fully appreciate the difficulty and the agony of the decision which was his and his alone to Mansfield said The Democratic leader was followed on the Senate floor by Sen Wayne Morse Ore one of the loudest critics of US involvement in the war "The President has been dead wrong in Viet Nam and he is dead wrong in resuming the bombing of North Viet said Morse The senator saM plan to go to th United Nations was "two and one half years late" but "better late than Sen Stephen Young Ohlo also was critical of the resumption saying that it was and disappointing" following on the heels rf Pope Paul latest plea for peace Senate Democratic whip Rus sell Long La supported decision to resume bombing but described the President's decision to go to the United Nations as "an exercise tn He said that even if the world body decided to act it probably would be blocked by a Russian veto matter what happens in the United Nations somebody Will still have to fight the he said House Republican leader Gerald ord Mich said Johnson no other but to resume bombing to protect the lives of US troops in Viet Nam He called for unity in the crisis adding "I wholeheartedly support any action before the United Nations I hop the United Nations fulfills Its role in seeking The resumption of the raids came as the debate on the Viet Nam poli cy heated up with critics of that policy becoming more outspoken in demands for a greater voice in crucial deci sions Travel Is Ruled As Not Deductible NEW YORK (UPD A federal judge agreed with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Monday that a professor of Ro mance languages cannot claim a vacation trip to Europe as a professional expense Judge Richard Levet ruled Monday on a claim for a $51962 tax refund by Ephraim Cross a former New York City College professor in connection with his trip to southern Europe in 1954 name was suggested by Dr Young of Philadelphia from Vert Mont which means Green Mountain Meeting Sei Harsh Siberian Exile or Teachers ATLANTA Ga Over 800 classroom feathers from Geor gia Alabama and North Caro lina will participate in a con ference on Saturday ebruary 5 at the Downtown Holiday Inn in Atlanta The purpose of the confer ence is to provide classroom teachers and other Interested educators with the opportunity of exploring the services and activities of the National Edu cation Association and its De partment of Classroom Teach ers will receive first hand information about crucial decisions to be made in the effort to meet the challenges which face al! teach according to Jim Williams Southeast representative for the National Education Association who will be one of the featured speakers Miss Taiml Lahti assistant secretary of the Department of Classroom Teachers will give the main address of the one day conference Mrs Wynema Waller Cedartown president of the Department of Classroom Teachers of the Georgia Educa tion Association and Mrs Nan cy Walker Savannah DCT president of the Georgia Teach ers and Education Association will be tiie presiding officers for the day Registration begins at 8:30 am on ebruary The conference will be com pleted at 3:30 pm ICELAND'S LANGUAGE The Icelandic language which is somewhat like the other Scandinavian languages is spok en in Iceland but it is not un derstood by most modern Nor wegians Gold has not been used in United States coins since 1934 Is Eased By PHIL NEWSOM UPI oreign New Analyst Th Russian Republic largest of the 15 republics within the Soviet Union has decided that Siberian exile is a bit too harsh for its economic parasites This information is turned up by researcher for Radio Liberty th private American organization which lists the late Herbert Hoover Harry Truman and Dwight Eisen hower among its honorary chairmen and which beams its broadcasts to th Soviet Union in 17 languages A decree sponsored by former Premier Nikita Khrush chev authorized on May 4 1961 exile as a means of punishment for "parasitic who do no socially useful work Among those classed as paraSites Were persons living on unearned income engaging in illicit trade private enter prise activities speculation begging illegal use of building materials and privately distill ing alcoholic beverages Quick "Justice" As a result of the decree thousands of Russians suddenly found themselves in various remote areas of Siberia often in a sort of revolving door justice which ignored both legal procedures and Individual rights The system also created new problems In some areas the black marketeers or bootleggers sim ply set up shop in their new place of exile In others authorities said they had no labor shortage had not asked for banished idlers in the first place and refused to find jobs for them Radio Liberty noted the special case of the small Russians Siberian mining community of Bobaido Bobaido was selected as a place of exile for convicted big city prostitutes who immediate ly set up shop A report by Marina in th March 14 1963 Literary Gazette said dismayed house wives of Bobaido protested to the government but to no avail Now the girls will be heading west again Only the Worst The newly revised law exempts from its jurisdiction all "economic ex cept those classed as clous self young hooligans and drunkards who refuse to work The reason for the change according to Radio Liberty is that proponents of the old decree finally saw it as a failure in attempts at re education The new system provides that the parasih first must be warned to find a job within one month If he ignored the warning he then can be ordered to report for work at a factory or building project near his residence If he ignores both the warning and the order he then can be sentenced to one year of close to home The revised decree so far affects only the Russian republic Other Soviet republics W'hich usually take their cue from the Russian republic are expected to follow suit soon In the 136 years from 1819 to 1955 more than 40 million aliens entered the United States ac cording to the Encyclopaedia Britannica Reprinted from the front page of The Newton Observer News Enterprise (June 11 1965) ABC Tax Boosts Schools Nearly $5 Million In 14 Years yoa ar against drinking you will be 6 eased to know that the drinking person in itawbe County really shells out in tax money lor his pleestiNO Mora than BM million dollar since 1950 And of that huge amount of county bev erage tax money nearly five million dollar went to our to buy new buildings pay for equipment add cafeteries playgrounds and other items to help make our educational ma chinery just about tops hi fact the drinker shelled out a lot more is taxes than th figures just given Since 1950 until June SO 1964 the imbiber faid exactly $1340957882 in ederal Excise ax plus $453655945 in North Caroline State Sales Tax The grand total? A whopping $1794613827 That's enough to buy a couple of good or more George Wilkinson Catawba County man ger said ichools are in line for most of the Alcoholic Beverage Control tax money a matter of practice ABC funds usually go to the But they don't necessarily have to The state law states county commissioners have the say so where ABC funds will go In the last 14 yean about $175000 has been spent for water lines In the same period of time about $258000 went to build the welfare build ing (It will be completed soon It was started in July of 1964) Some of $300000 went to li braries The total of ABC funds used for some thing other than schools comes to about $733000 over the 14 year period The tax money is put into a general fund rom that fund it can be directed to necessary places in the economy Since 1950 here is what Catawba County received each year in taxes from ABC Notice how the revenue has gone up 1950 $274225 1951 $200000 1952 $300000 1953 $300000 1954 $288500 1955 $300000 1956 $400000 1957 $420000 1958 $425000 1959 $425000 I960 $450000 1961 $500000 1962 $525000 1963 $550000 1964 $550000 Therefore everytime a person bends the elbow in Catawba County cash registers ring for the schools and other necessary expenditures to run the county Maybe the drinker like to be taxed for his pleasures But he can raise his glass in a toast to a good thing: to the And yet never believe the man who says he takes a drink only because he likes to help further education ew can deny that Statesville has a great need for additional revenue for schools new school buildings and better salaries for our teachers The Statesville City School Board can request a multi million dollar bond issue or an increase in taxes in order to meet the requirements now on us or an ABC system can provide these needed funds The school needs must be solved and the revenue must be obtained uro 7 1 1 111 If you feel the ABC system is the right way to obtain these funds then ex press yourself on ebruary 8th in the ABC store election The Committee for Legal Control has always taken the position that REVENUE IS NOT THE MAJOR ISSUE in this election although it must be a consideration! ADEQUATE LAW ENORCEMENT ABC LAWS A PROGRAM EDUCATION OR OUR YOUNG PEOPLE AND CONTROL SALES constitutes the primary objectives of every ABC system throughout North Carolina Statesville Committee for Legal Control Van Stauber and A Steele Jr Co Chairmen mm!.

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