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Student Faces itvinski to be
architect in Venezuela
Jim Wofford plans
journalism career
by JUDITH MILLINER basketball. He also plays
chess, rides motorcycles and
Jim Wofford is a Freshman horses, camps, hikes the
from Carrollton, Georgia. He Appalachian Trail, and coon
has live in Georgia around hunts,
nine years,-- but at the age of jim would like to to into
eight he lived in Edinborough, journalism and major in
Scotland where his father history. He would like to go to
attended school at the Europe for further education
University of Edinborough. and learn through traveling
He loves music and plays around the world before he
the guitar. Rock and jazz are settles down,
his favorites. Jim is also very jim is enjoyable to talk to,
athletic and was the Tennis and , since he enjoys
State Champ in Georgia. He creativity in any form, is a
likes soccer, baseball, and definite asset to our school.
By DAVID FIELD
Montreat Anderson, like
other colleges, has a selection
of foreign students which end
up working on their education
in America for various
reasons. One such student
here is Bill Iwinski, whose
family is now living in
Venezuela.
His father is president of the
Venezuelan branch of the
Pillsbury food company. His
work has taken Bill and his six
brothers and three sisters to
several different comers of
the world.
Bill .was bom in Buffalo,
N.Y., where he spent four
years before moving to
Sacramento, California. His
recollections of the three
years on the California beach
are the hot ocean-front life,
where he fished and swam a
lot.
From there, the family
moved to Cebu, in the
Phillipines. They traveled in
Japan, Okinawa, and Hong
Kong, where they experienced
the oriental way of life, which
Bill says is slower, easier
going, and holding to the old
oriental ways and customs. He
took up golf, tennis, Jai-alai,
water skiing, and spent more
time on the Beach.
The family then moved to
Calgary, Alberta. Canada was
a big change of pace from the
I tropical life. The temperature
I dropped to 40 degrees below at
i times, and he noticed the
difference in the North
American living standard
after five years. The Iwinskis
stayed a year then moved to
Caracas, Venezuela, where
they have lived since.
Venezuela is what Bill calls
home now. He loves the ideal
climate and great beaches,
and he wants to go back there
one day to make his home. The
people are very hot tempered,
but warm and helpful. The
city of Caracas )is 'buzzing 24
hours a day for anyone looking
for things to do. Bill also likes
the low priced gas and open
speed limits.
-Bill’s high school principal
came from the W.N.C. area
and Bill came to hear of
Mon treat from him. He likes
the faculty’s willingness to
help out students and the size
of the student body which
makes it easy to know
everyone.
Bill wants to finish his
studies by majoring in ar
chitecture at the University of
Colorado at Boulder between
his skiing trips. Then he plans
. to travel back to Venezuela
and make a career of his
major.
Good luck to Bill and
“chaio” as they say
Venezuela.
BILL IWINSKI
in
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Corral
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