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Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Vol. 36, No 11 May 30th, 1973

Salient Notes

Salient Notes

Cartoon of a man and woman working on a printing press

Among this week's workers were Neil Pearce, Bruce Robinson, Claire Smith, Cheryl Dimond, David Tripe, Helen Pankhurst, Lei Slater. Gyles Beckford, Penny Wright. Grub, Gordon Clifton. Jonathan Hughes, Don Franks. Les Atkins and Lloyd Weeber. Photographs were taken by Keith. Stewart and Bob Good, and the issue was edited by Roger Steele and Peter Franks.

We would like to greet a newcomer to the happy band of Salient readers. At his Labour Party Conference the Prime Minister revealed that he not only reads the paper but also finds it handy when attacking local Viet Cong lovers. "Norm takes it to bed every Wednesday night with his cocoa". New Zealand's first lady confided to our man on the spot. "The editors are probably nice boys too, but I wouldn't let my daughter marry either of them".

Salient Office: 1st Floor. University Union Building, phone 70-319 (ext, 75 & 81), P. O. Box 1347 Wellington, New Zealand.

Copy Deadlines

All copy should be in the hands of the Editors by Wednesday evening, although late contributions will be considered. Copy should be typed or written in legible printing, double-spaced on one side of the paper only.


is handled by Roger Green who can be contacted at Salient, phone 70-319 (ext. 75 & 81) or at home, phone 793-319.

Letters to the Editor

should be given to one of the Editors, left in the box outside the office, or posted to Box 1347 Wellington. These rules do not apply to letters signed by Terry Marshall. Such letters must be accompanied by (a) written testimonials from 3 internationally recognised calligraphy experts, and (b) one set of Terry's fingerprints, verified by Central.

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