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Crossroads / volume (None) 1971-19??, October 01, 1978, Image 3

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Committee chairman Bili Drinkwater (’67) and Fr. Tobin. Joan and Jim Daffron (’57) join Bob Curran (’57). Two persons from Belmont Abbey College were chosen as official delegates to the North Carolina Governor’s Con ference of Library and In formation Services. Mrs. Jane Freeman, director of learning resources of the Abbot Vincent Taylor Library, and Mrs. Jean Moore, assistant professor of English and an alumna of the College (’63), were among 200 persons of ficially chosen by the delegate selection committee from over 1,200 nominees. 'The overall objective of the October 19-21 conference held at the Raleigh, N.C. Qvic Center was to develop recom mendations from the citizens of North Carolina for increasing the effectiveness of library and information services at both the state and national levels. At the end of the two and a half day conference, the delegates elected twelve official delegates to the White House Conference and voted on recommendations to be presented at the Washington Conference in 1979. Beach Weekend (Continued from Page 1) sunshine and blue skies to Virginia Beach. Fr. Tobin, assisted by Fr. Raymond Geyer, O.S.B., celebrated mass for the alumni and guests. Several of the alumni had breakfast together at a local pancake house before heading 1 home. A sincere thank you to all those who attended and an early invitation for next year’s Second Annual Beach Weekend. A special thank you to the committee headed by Bill Drinkwater (’67), Joe Ford (’72), Bob Bielat (’71), Donnie Hatchett (’76), Bob Curran (’57), A1 Raimo (’76), Tony Stouffs (’78), Greg Hollingshead (’76) and John Keaton (’74). October 1978 - CROSSROADS - Page 3 Patty and John McCaffrey (’61) enjoy the evening activities with Harry McCarthy (’52). N.C. Governor's Conference Two From Abbey Selected 4 li Fr. Tobin chats with two members of the class of 1974, on the left Tom Wilson and on the right Dave Bowers. ATTENTION 1978 GRADS Please return the “follow-up” card which was mailed to you in late September. These will enable us to keep up with you graduates and in form you about College and alumni events. If you would like, use the copy of the card appearing on this page. The class of 1964 was represented by Gerald Zoby and on the right A1 Taylor. Bucky Yacobi (’57), Paul Kiernan (’73) and Fri Raymond Geyer, O.S.B. (’42) discuss the “old days” during the Friday night cocktail party. Bob Demuro (’73) and Dr. Patrick Lee, academic dean, enjoy the cocktail party Friday evening. NAME ADDRESS TELii MAJOR STREET OR ROUTE DEGREE CITY STATE ZIP DATE OF GRADUATION PRESENT STATUS; EMPLOYED EMPLOYER AT A SAIARY OF; 8000-10,000 lOCATICW POSITICW GRADUATE SCHOOL $6000-8000 10.000- 12,000 12,000-14,000_ 14.000- 16,000 NAME MAJOR UNEMPLOYED BY PREFERENCE UNABLE TO FIND A JOB IF UNEMPLOYED, PI£ASE COMPLETE’BELOW; TYPE OF WORK DESIRED;(1) (2) LOCALITY PREFERRED (1) (2) COMMENTS

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