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Dr. William H. Greene
To Bank Board
Dr. William H. Greene, President
of Livingstone College, has been
elected to serve on the Salisbury
Board of Directors of First Union
National Bank, according to David
S. Clay, Chairman, and C.C. Brewer,.
Jr., City Executive.
A graduate of Johnson C. Smith
University with a B.A. in Political
Science he earned this Masters and
Ph D. degrees in Curriculum and
Instruction from Michigan State
University and the University of
Dr. Greene is a 32nd degree
Mason, a Shriner and a member of
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.
He is also a member of the Public
Relations committee of the Ameri
can Heart Association, N.C., affili
ate and received the 1984 Special
Achievement Recognition Award for
his service to the Heart Association.
A member of the Board of direc
tors of the Sails bury-Rowan Cham
ber of Commerce and the Salisbury
Rowan Symphony Society, Inc. He
has become involved with the Spe
cial Olympics and the local United
Dr. Greene is married to the
former Ruth Lysoomb, who is also a
recipient of a Ph D. degree from the
University of Massachusetts at Am
herst. They have two children; a
son, Omari and daughter, Jamila.
Chosen For Stanford
Four students from North Caro
lina have been chosen to receive
Sanford Scholarships far the 1965-66
year at the North Caroliiur School of
They are Catherine C. Taylor of
Charlotte, who will be a college
freshman in the School of Drama;
Marianne S. Moore of Chapel Hill,
who wiU be a high school freshman
in the School of Dance; Evan Robert
Hause of Greenville, who will be a
college freshman in the School of
Music ; and Eric J. Olsen of Monroe,
who will be a high school senior in
Selected as alternates were Sarah
A. Poole of Raleigh in Design and
Production and Laura Landreth
Freeman of Meban in Music.
The four winners were chosen
from more than 60 students who
competed in the eleventh annual
Sanford Scholarship auditions, held
on the campus on January-2S. The
scholarship pays the full cost of
' college or high school for one year
and is awarded on the basis of talent,
skill and potential for professional
The scholarship competition also
serves as the regular admission
audition required of all Arts School
students, and about 6 percent of the
scholarship candidates in the past
have been accepted for admission.
The North Carolina School of the
Arts is a constituent institution of
The University of North Carolina. It
offers fully accredited high school
and college academic programs
plus professional training in the
It’s spring again and time for
spring tours at North Carolina’s
Executive Mansion on Blount Street.
Tours begin on Tusaday, March
12, and continue through Friday,
May M. Tours may bo arranged on
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
10,10:30 and 11 a.m. and
Capital Ares Visitor Center, 100
Jones St , Raleigh. 27011,
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Barth Doubts Link Between Feline Leukemia And Huran Cancer
By Audrey C. Lodato
Post SUH Writer
For cat owners there’s good news
and bad news. The good news is that
there is now a vaccine to prevent the
dreaded cat killer, feline leukemia;
the bad news is, it’s expensive.
Dr. Margurette Barth, of Freedom
Animal Hospital, explains why the
high cost. “The vaccine has been a
long time in preparation, and the
cost to veterinarians is very high —
about five times the cost of a
distemper shot. It’s probably not
going to come down a whole lot.’’
Costs range from $12 to $25 per shot,
and a cat needs three shots for
immunity, plus a booster every
But, for many cat lovers, the cost
is worth it to protect the animate
from what Dr. Barth oa»« “the
major medical problem of cats.”
According to the veterinarian, “if
we could ever get it controlled, cats
would be living a whole lot longer.”
There has been some speculation
that the virus that causes feline
leukemia might cause cancer or
other illnesses in humans, but there
haven't been any conclusive studies.
Dr. Barth, who tends to doubt any
link, points out that veterinarians
are at no greater risk of getting
cancer than the general population,
even though they come into contact
with the virus quite often.
It is recommended that cats first
be tested for the presence of Feline
leukemia virus before being immu
nixed because if a cat has the
disease the vaccine will not help. In
households with more than one cat,
or where a cat roams a lot, vaccina
tion is especially encouraged to cut
down the spread of the disease.
The name of “feline leukemia” is
actually misleading, because leu
kemia does not always develop from
the virus. Infected cats are more
likely to contract other illnesses
because their immune system’s abi
lity to fight infection is impaired.
They are also Susceptible to cancer
and other tumors.
Further confusing the matter is
that sung cate afe not actively sick
with Jafce leukemia but ire carriers
of tl^e .virus and can infect other
cats. In addition, as many as 40
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percent of cats who are infected are
able to reject the feline leukemia
virus and recover from the infection.
More than 10 years of research
and an estimated $10 million went
into the development of the feline
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leukemia virus vaccine. This is
more time and money than has
been committed to any other single
vaccine development project in the
history of veterinary medicine.
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