The contents of this issue:
page: Liberia's only Engine man. Picture of John Elliott
Gardner - first Liberian train engine-man.
2: LAMCO Washing/Pelletizing Plant Upgrades Liberian
Iron Ore Export. 44 VTS Students End Four Months on-the-Job
Training. Marcas construction engineers arrive to start
work on contract.
3: Palaver Huts For LAMCO Workers. Story with picture
on Palaver hut that was built on Sandy Clark's Square in
1968. Also picture of Nutrition Class.
4: Nimba detachment takes form. Pictures and story
on 14th Infantry regiment.
5: World Baptist Leaders Visit LAMCO Project. 46th Legislature
Praise LAMCO's Liberianisation Policy.
6: Liberia's First Engine Driver: A BEACON TO OTHERS.
Front page story with pictures. The sound of these trains
accelerating at night is unforgettable - anyone have a recording?
A terrible story goes with
these ore trains and one of the drivers.
7 Page 6 story continued - more pictures. President's
Birthday Committee Says LAMCO's Contribution is Highest.
Competition for YEKEPA Swamp Rice Farmers - with picture.
8: The GROSSMANS Bid Farewell To YEKEPA Baptists.
Story with picture of the american missionaries who lived
in the valley towards Guinea. Education Experts Discuss
Literacy Center With Management - picture.
9: Weddings in Yekepa. Tennis Trainer Rosberg Due
Here Next January. Society pictures and view of the Tennis
Club courts on area F with area F view.
Page 10: Focus on Personnel. Pictures of Arnold Sobering,
G.W. Soderberg, Johannes Stolk, Bengt Wikstrom, Ake Rosen,
Roger Masthagen, Bas Koenen, and Richelieu Morris..
Page 11: more pictures of people, and names..
Page 12: Nimba Red Cross Society gives hope to Invalid.
Picture and story. Visitors to Yekepa - story with picture
of visiting Liberians from abroad standing in front of F
mess, I think. Mention of Tubman's son John Hillary.