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THE CAROLINA JOURNAL
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1966
Lemmond Liked Yugoslavia
student PubUcatxons. This long awaited dfw.„mont BY LIBBY HOLSHOUSER ^
BOARD OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS
and it ”^n ^ Student PubUcations
and It shall he refer-., to by the short tiUe. Publications Bm“d!
The Publications Board shall be established by the Chancellor
and shall be responsible to him for the discharge rf its dirties
and an authorized representative of each chartrec
S^h members of the PubUcations Board
£^cn Publication shall have one vote*
the ‘ General Faculty shaU be appointed by
*e Ch^cellor for three year terms, one shall be designated as
tte ChairmM of the PubUcations Board. The first appointing shall
be for one, two and three years to estabUsh rotation.*
Board in a campus-wide election. imoucauons
The purposes of the PubUcations Board shall be:
To promote the objective of each pubUcation and of student pub-
lications m general* ^
To guarantee editorial freedom to the pubUcations within the frame
work of responsible joumaUsm.
To study the problems of the student pubUcations and to advise
them regarding solutions.
To serve as arbiter in aU matters caiceming student pubUcations.
It Stan be the duty and responsibiUty of the PubUcations Board to-
e^torship ofthe newspaper, the annual, and
other chartered student publications.
O'- disapprove can-
didates on the basis of minimum quaUfications to be drawn
h Th “ consultation with the various pubUcations.
for eleSm authorize selected candidates
for‘elcrsZ^nt “ annualbudget aUowance
a. to act ufKm requests from the student pubUcations to change
budget Items after fmal budget approval has been giwn
-recommend to the Student Legislature approval or disapproval
rt the orgamzation of new pubUcations.
5. review ann^l reports of student pubUcations and to forward
^dentTegteiitr ** the Chancellor and the
a. annual reports shall include an annual financial statement
"‘®®t ®t least twice each semester.
Social meetings may be called by the Chairman of by one-third of
the membership in a written petition to the Chairman.
The PubUcations Board shaU prepare a set of by-laws detailing
methc^s of procedure in meeting the operating conditions of this
Constitution and submit them to the Chancellor for his approval as
soon after the Board is organized as possible.
' Article Vm
Proposed amendments to this Constitution shall be presented by
the Chairman m writing to the members, such notification to be made
at least six (6) days prior to the meeting at which acticm is to be
^en. A vote of two-thirds of the membership of the Board shall
^ required to adopt an amendment which, when adopted, shaU be
^forwarded to the Chancellor for approval.
The JOURNAL would like to thank Dr. Robbins, chairman of the
committee, and committee members Dr. McCall, Dr. Witherspoon,
Dean MacKay, Mr. Brenner, Mr. Gibbs, and Miss Foster for their
diligence Md devotion to their task. They worked with the students
who are to be affected by this proposed board to be sure that it
would not prove to be offensive or uncomfortable to them.
The JOURNAL has long advocated the estabUshment of a sensible
We feel that this constitution will provide just that*
already received the approval of the JOURNAL
Md NUGGET editors as well as that of the student body president.
It mil s(^ go to Dean Colvard for his approval. Wehopelie wiU
see fit to give it his okay as it now stands.
The Caroliiva Joerival
Wednesday, October 5, 1966
ELLISON CLARY, JR „ . ,
Jim Cunning ^ .
Frank Crooks .....V...
Libby Holshouser..... i:;.;;:;
Morgan, Paul BosweU, Connie FUppo,
Stilwell, Frank Caton, Jan BaUard, Patrick
McNee^, Ronald Watts, Bobbe Berry, John Moore, Carol Haywood,
aandy Caudle, Rosemary Lands, and John Lafferty.
BY LIBBY HOLSHOUSER
This summer Nelson Lemmcxid
toured Europe as a member of a
PoUtical Science Seminar Group
from Guilford CoUege. There were
^rty people in the group. This
included two chaperons and one
German lady, who arranged the
When Nelson was asked if he
saw PhylUs Henline in Europe, he
answered, “Yes, in Amsterdam,
ae was coming from the red-
Ught area, and I was going-in.”
Nelson’s tour included such
places as BrusseUs, Colongue,
Amsterdam, Paris, Geneva, Bern,
Florence, Rome, Athens, Delphi,
and Yguoslovla. He toured several
of the countries which are under
communist caitrol. One of these
was East Germay. In regard to
East Germany and particularly
in regard to East Berlin, Nelson
feels that the students were
allowed to see only particular
sights. He said, however, that at
no place along the t. ur was the
group forbidden to take pictures.
While in Hungary erne newspaper
reporter bombarded the group with
questions concerning the “Amer
ican imperialist; but, aside from
the one incident, the group was
left alone to do as they wished
in most of the countries. In fact,
in Yugoslovia (which proved to be
“East Berlin was gloomy.”
“The two most inspiring sights
I saw were the Sistiene Chapel
and The Berlin Wali.”
“There were 21 girls and 6
boys in the group and we did
manage to have a good time par
tying every now and then.”
“I, kept a diary, but lost it in
Yugoslavia.” (We’re convinced.
For Enemy No. 1
BY PATRICK MCNEELY
I have often wondered about the
rising tide of crime which seems
to be enveloping the country and
causing great mental and physical
anguish on the part of the U. S.
flatfoot. In order to solve any
problem we must dig deeply and
get at the first influence, the core,
the cause. After pondering this
subject for many hours, doing ex
tended research, talking with the
men in blue, smoking twelve car-
ttms of fags, and generally losing
my mind, I came to a definite,
conclusive, astounding and fool
proof answer...FAIRY TALES.
Yes, that’s what I said, fairy
tales. I’m talking about those out
rageous stories which are handed
down from generation to gene ration
with the ease of a whisper and
the power of an Olympic pool
fiUed with nitroglycerin.
I suppose you all remember the
story of “TheThreeBears”. Well,
that is a perfect example of how
crime “does” pay. This shifty
3ame. Goldilocks breaks into the
home of three fine citizens, the
Bear family. She eats aU their
food, destroys their property (the
kid’s chair), and then has the aud
acity to take a snooze in their
Now, you’d think that the three
bears would come back and eat
her for brunch, which would give
the story a happy ending. Not on
your life; this moU Goldilocks cuts
out so she can live another day
and loot someone else’s house.
That was nothing next to what
that shyster Jack did to that inn
ocent giant in “Jack and the Bean
stalk”. Just because that stupid
Jack made a crumby trade for his
cow (getting only a bag of Jumbo
beans) gives him no right to invade
the peace - loving giant’s home.
To top it off this juvenile delin
quent plots to c(*i the giant’s
goose (it lays golden eggs).... and
he does it. Not lays golden eggs.,
but swipes the giant’s goose.
If that’s not enough to make you
sick, wait until I teU you what
he did next. The kindly giant was
in hot pursuit oi this crook. Jack,
who was making off with his pri
vate property. WeU, Jack beathin.
down the vine, his accomplice
(his old lady) slips him an ax
and he chops down the vine, mur
dering the nice giant.
There it is...breakingandenter-
ing...theft..Jiomicide, and they get
off scott - free.
Those are onlya couple the many
childrens’ stories which are un
dermining our nation’s security.
The twisted minds which compose
these “crime is good” books must
be sought out and silenced. Public
Enemy # 1 Mother Goose.
la Iugosiovia (.wmen proved to be vwc ic co
Nelson’s favorite country) Nelson reaUy Uked that nlace
was asked to play the drums for “Most of the girls bought wat-
a band in an open air garden. io Switzerland, and ski swea-
He feels this was an exciting op- *®rs in Norway.”
portunity for him to establish an ^ “As far as personality goes,
amiable relationship with some of German people seemed most
the local people. He said thai American people to me.”
there seemed to be no apparent Nelson said the group attended
pressures on the people of Yugo- various lectures of diverse sub-
slavia; whereas, there did seem jects. In Florence, they attended
to be pressures exerted on the a lecture on Renaissance Art.
people of some ol the other com- Many of the lectures were on eco-
munist controlled countries. nomics and politics of the country
Nelson gave some of his opin- “ which the group attended the
ions: lecture. In Yugoslavia, Nelson and
his group met George Wheeler,
who had once been a member of
the State Department of the U.S.
Mr. Wheeler, a marxist, had de
fected to Yugoslavia and the com
In order , the countries which
Nelson liked best are: Yugoslavia,
Daiynark. and Germany,
Now, if somebody wUl just name Mhite Knight....
Croats Of Student
By TIM BRITTON, President of
tile Student Body
Your Student Government is
working towards several major
goals this year. Presently, we are
meeting with the Faculty and Ad
ministration to negotiate the for
mation of a Student Publications
Board, to govern Student Publi
cations, and suggest aliocation of
their funds. We hope that the
formation of this governing body
will aid to insure the election of
capable, experienced students as
editors, and do much to assist the
publications in policy decisions.
In order to improve commun
ications between students and fac
ulty and administration, we have
requested that students be included
in several key Faculty Committes,
which are directly concerned with
academic policy, and student af-
fmrs. We feel that student sen
timent should definitely be con
sidered when University poiicy is
The allocation of Student Act
ivity fees has just been turned
over to the Finance Committee of
the Student Legislature. This
year’s budget is approximatelj
$25,000. We consider the dele
gation of this authority by the ad-
mimstration to our elected Leg
islators a compliment to our abi
lity to govern our selves, and act
as responsible persems
Under negotiation senUy, is
our Student Honor System. We have
an Honor Code, yet the jurisdic
tion to try violations has not yet
been assigned to the Student Court.
The Facuity has made a proposal
and we are meeting to decide jur
In summary, your elected re
presentatives are working to es
tablish better communication anc
cooperation between students, fac
ulty, and administration. We are
working for you, and are open to
suggestions or discussion of stu
dent affairs. Your ideas and sen
timent wiU be expressed to the
Administration or Faculty, and
action will be requested.
With your interest and cooper
ation, we can make this year the
best yet, and one that wUl be
long remembered. I look forward
to making this a reality.