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SEPTEMBER 8, 1977
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Mitchell Golf
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BY MONTY VAN DELL
The Second Annual Men’s
Golf League Banquet was
held Wednesday, August 31,
at Carolina Hemlocks.
The dinner, served by
Troxells was excellent—too
bad the attendance was so
small—only 18 members pre
sent.
Afterwards, Pro William
Deck presented trophies to
the winning team, (#2) the
4J’s&CB, which included Byrl
Ballew, Carl Campbell, James
Hoover, Jerry Hoover, Jeter
Autry, and Jacil Allen. This
same team also won the
League Tournament on Au
gust 20, having the lowest net
total. Certificates were han
ded out for this accomplish
ment:
Dale Hilemon won the
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Mayland Technical Institute
Will Offer The Following
Continuing Education Classes Through
The Yancey County Learning Center
For The Fall Quarter of 1977
Class
UPHOLSTERY
CREATIVE WRITING
SOLAR ENERGY
PAINTING
SCREEN PRINTING
PHOTOGRAPHY
STAINED GLASS
CERAMICS
SURVEYING
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
There Will Be A *5.00 Registration Fee For All Claßßes (
Except The Adult Basic Education Classes,
And An Additional Fee For A Textbook Or Materials For Some Classes.
Further Information Can Be Obtained By Calling
The Yancey Learning Center At 682-7315.
trophy for Season’s Low Gross
Average; Philip Thomas won
the trophy for Season’s Low
Net Average; James Hoover
was elected chairman of the
Men’s League for 1978.
Handicap cards finally
arrived. Pick yours up at the
Pro Shop and remember to
post your scores on the
handicap sheet to maintain a
monthly handicap. This card
Secretarial Class
Offered By MTI
A new evening secretarial
program will begin this Fall at
Mayland Technical Institute.
Students who enter the
program this Fall will be able
to continue working toward an
Associate Degree in the
evening if they so desire.
Course offering this Fall
will include Beginning Typ
ing, Beginning Shorthand,
and Introduction to Business.
A student may take one
course or as many as he/she
can schedule. The typing and
shorthand course can be
required only two nights a
week.
According to Ralph Rice,
Chairman of the Business
Department, this evening
program is designed to
improve the skills of people
presently working in the
secretarial field and to pro
vide beginning secretarial
skills for people who cannot
attend day classes.
Those interested in more
information about this new
Location
Mlcaville Elementary
Yancey library, Burnsville
Burnsville Courthouse
East Yancey Middle School
Newdale Community
Burnsville Courthouse
East Yancey Middle School
Cane Branch Road
Burnsville Courthouse
Yancey Learning Center
Sout.- Toe Elementary
Lower Pig Pen
will automatically establish
your handicap on any course
belonging to USGA.
Getting back to the Tour
nament, Carl Campbell shot
an 83 for Low Gross; Staunton
Norris had Low Net, 63.
Prizes were also awarded for
Closest to Pin-James Fox
6th, Jeter Autry 11th. Pete
Ogle had Longest Drive at the
17th.
evening program should call
765-6351 or go by the campus
and talk with an admissions
counselor.
Mayland Tech’s Fall Quar
ter begins September 29.
Transfers
To Earlham
Gilbert Barrus, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Barrus,
Route 5, Burnsville, plans to
enter Earlham College as a
transfer student this fall.
He will arrive on the
Quaker college campus Sun
day, September 10, for four
days of orientation before
beginning regular classes on
September 15. Earlham is a
four-year liberal arts college
of 1000 men and women. New
students live in dormitories on
the campus which offer a
variety of living arrange
ments.
Registration Date
September 20 9:30 a.m.
October 5 7:00 p.m»
September 13 6:30 p.m.
September 26 6:00 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
September 15 6:30 p.m.
September 15 7:30 p.m.
November 22 6:00 p.m.
September 13 11:30 a. in.
September 21 7:00 p.m.
September 13 6:30 p.m.
September 13 3:00 p.m.
September 12 6:00 p.m.
REPORT FROM
MMp. U.S. Senator
■BT JEBBI ★★
& HELMS
WASHINGTON—President Carter, in announcing that
he plans a nationwide campaign to give away our Panama
Canal, says that he will go on television to clear up what he
calls “misconceptions" about the proposed treaty which the
vast majority of Americans wisely oppose.
That is fine with me. However, the President apparently
is laboring under a great many misconceptions of his own. In
fact, I find it difficult to believe that Mr. Carter has not been
misled by his own advisors—including Ambassadors Bunker
and Linowitz, who have displayed an amazing lack of know
ledge about history. They, plus the bureaucrats in the U. S.
State Department, have been manufacturing "misconceptions"
by the dozens.
Several of us, in the U. S. Senate and elsewhere, will
be addressing ourselves to these misconceptions in the weeks
and months ahead, it is absolutely essential that the American
people not be misled on this vital issue.
VISIT —On June 30, I visited for more than 30 minutes
with President Carter in connection with the importance of
our retaining full sovereignty and control over the Panama
Canal. I handed him a letter signed by three other Senators
and me, along with a plea by four former Chiefs of Naval
Operation—Admirals Robert B. Carney, Arleigh A. Burke,
George Anderson, and Thomas H. Moorer.
In their letter to Mr. Carter, the four distinguished
Navy officers said, in part:
"Mr. President, you have become our leader at a time
when the adequacy of our naval capabilities is being seriously
challenged. The existing maritime threat to the United States
is compounded by the possibility that the Canal under Pana
manian sovereignty could be neutralized or lost, depending on
that government's relationship with other nations. I/Ve note
that the present Panamanian government has dose ties with
the present Cuban government which in turn is closely tied
to the Soviet Union. Loss of the Panama Canal, which would
be a serious set-back in war, would contribute to the encircle
ment of the United States by hostile naval forces, and threaten
our ability to survive."
Bear in mind that these four Admirals are retired, and
are entirely free to speak their minds. Bear in mind, also, that
they warned that the proposed give-away of our Panama
Canal threatens our ability to survive!
BUNKER—Ambassador Bunker, who helped negotiate
the proposed give-away of our Panama Canal, proclaimed,
on national television the other day that the United States
does not have sovereignty now over the Canal, "and never
has."
He is just as wrong as he can be.
Article 111 of the 1903 treaty, still in force, reads a$
follows: "The Republic of Panama grants to the United States
all the rights, power and authority within the Canal Zone. ..."
—and then adds, " .. .to the entire exclusion of the exercise
by the Republic of Panama of any such sovereign rights,
power or authority. "
How did Ambassador Bunker arrive at the conclusion
that the United States "never" had sovereignty? We've had
it from the beginning. We still have it, and we will keep it.
unless we foolishly give it away.
I'll discuss other aspects of this matter next week.
Instructor
Joanne Edwards
Frank Hulme
To Be Announced
Bob Johnson
Jim Sontberiand
Brian Westveer
Wanda Levin
Lonlae Willett
To Be Announced
Carol Wlntercom
Judy Byrd
Judy Byrd
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tive Program landowners can,
receive 60% cost share
assistance for stabilizing log- j
ging roads. The cost for doing
this work will be determined <
by the length of the roads and
also the condition of the \
roads. The cost will include i
smoothing road beds, water
breaks and the fertilizing and
seeding of the roads. If you •
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cey County Forest Ranger,
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THE YANCEY JOURNAL
BOX 667
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Thursday, Sept. 8, 1977 i
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