Thomasville Academy - Thoacan Yearbook (Thomasville, AL)

 - Class of 1976

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11. ,ers 7 1 f' ' is 2 l it .1 4 - Q F 9 ill: liiil ig -ilglk-:ii A , 4-4 ,itil :Q 'H X I its l1 i t' A 5,1 Before you vote for any ings the American public ff ' xl Q, ' , man make sure he knows is becoming aware of all i hx ,pl it 'Lg' " how to subtract. All poli- the actions of govern- ' 'SM' 4 1' Q ticians seem to be wizards ment agencies. Today we -3 .1 has at addition - they can know more about the in- .-1. QQ W, add government employ- volvements of the CIA, ,T I ees without batting an FBI, high ranking politi- 3, .fl eye, add give-away pro- cians and even large pri- "-P , . y grams, add to deficits and vate companies. tg debt. That's easy, it 4 J doesn't cost them any- This year voters are given lv .' rf thing, and it gets some an ample supply of pres- careless votes. idential candidates to '5 .T l Nt choose from. Because of v -V s But the politicians who the large number of can- ' "l ,T fy can save this country from didates, the voters can Y rf f 'T collapse and bankruptcy squeeze just about any . I V are the statesmen who promiseoutofthem. know how to subtract .A needless government In this bicentennial year spending and lessen our it seems that our coun- deficit so that we can be- try's morales and be- 4 gin subtracting from Fed- havior might be on an up- , eral, state and local debts ward movement. Maybe which are crushing this since American's dirty S country. laundry has been shown, C. 14,1 "'--- V we will at least attempt I Our country has many to better ourselves and V, y ' ,f A faults that officials are try- again be able to hold our ing to cover up. Due to heads high. Senate probes and hear- ., x In lmpshire yhg I RESULTS . Fu tat ol hte ' it' V num si c- m '-at T 2' '1-"r"'f'- 'H 'E is , . W , ..at 5 T 5. H-'f 'W I 22115 M ' 'Q if um Luau 24 ia,ss4 ffl' S P Qiggs am sm is 12,557 , . . rm luris u ,Q em lleftl A car tag which expresses many Americans' feelings - "Ameri- Swv Slfwfl 5 ca, Love It or Leave lt". iupper leftj Rita Champion gives her mm, H in Mm support to the Wallace Campaign. 1976 is a year for students In Jmzll w , to become involved in politics. fabovel Harry Truman one of our most liked Presidents of the 1940's. The song "America Needs You Harry Truman" expressed people's feelings of distrust in to- days' government. irighti The New Hampshire Primary was the first primary in the race for the Presidential nomination. ,A .Nwltltttm If ii' 1.. Cpcr-in



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