Issue: 19791001

Monday, October 1, 1979
October '79
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High Times
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Select Indusries
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Select Indusries
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0002.xml
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TURK'S IMPORT-EXPORT
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TURK'S IMPORT-EXPORT
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0003.xml
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robert burton associates, ltd.: e-z wider
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robert burton associates, ltd.
e-z wider
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tableOfContents
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High Times
THE MAGAZINE OF HIGH SOCIETY
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0005.xml
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CLUB COLLECTION
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CLUB COLLECTION
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0006.xml
masthead
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High Times
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0007.xml
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Correct Count Co.,Inc.
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Correct Count Co.,Inc.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0008.xml
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Pacific laboratories
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Pacific laboratories
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0009.xml
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Opinion
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METRIC-SYSTEM FASCISM
Give ’em an inch and they’ll take a meter
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“Ninety-five percent of all Americans believe ...” Who cares what they believe or what they prefer? They’ll get what’s coming to them. There’s a need for nukes, and metrication is a must, because powerful interests demand them, and what’s good for transnational finance is good for the USA.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0010.xml
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Autölöad Ltd.
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Autölöad Ltd.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0011.xml
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HEADWEST, Inc.
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HEADWEST, Inc.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0012.xml
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CYCLOPS ASSOCIATES
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CYCLOPS ASSOCIATES
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0013.xml
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Letters
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Letters
ERROL FLYNN REMEMBERED
A MEAL FOR THE MIND
WARNING TO COKE SMOKERS
FROM BOLIVIA WITH LOVE
MORE ON NBC’S REEFER MADNESS
OUT ON BALES
SLAUGHTER PEOPLE, NOT ANIMALS
CORRECTIONS
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Three cheers for Helen Lawrenson! Her delightful reminiscences [High Times, “Getting Stoned in the Haut Monde,” June ’79] of partying with fabled celebs of the ’30s and ’40s reminded me of an experience I had with Errol Flynn. Back in 1944, I was an assistant prop person on the set of Flynn’s then-current film, Objective Burma.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0014.xml
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RIZLA +.
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RIZLA +.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0015.xml
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THE PHANTASY FACTORY
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THE PHANTASY FACTORY
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0016.xml
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DEPARTMENTS
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Adviser
WEED KILLERS NO THREAT TO HIGH-CLASS DOPE
PEMOLINE MEMORY MIRACLE
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Q: These “Delaware Grown” plants were started in companion with feed corn. They reached heights of six feet and more. Had I planted them earlier than mid June, they would have been a lot taller. One thing that concerns me is that before my father plants his corn, he uses different herbicides for perennial weeds like nut sedge, lamb’s-quarter and pigweed.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0017.xml
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Advertisement: HIGH TIMES
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HIGH TIMES
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0018.xml
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DEPARTMENTS
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Media
CATALOG CHIC
NEIMAN-MARCUS DALLAS, TEXAS
SAKOWITZ HOUSTON, TEXAS
NUDIE’S RODEO TAILORS NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA
ADEL ROOSTEIN-MANNEQUINS LONDON-NEW YORK
SUNSET HOUSE BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA
EDMUND SCIENTIFIC COMPANY BARRINGTON, NEW JERSEY
THE YANKEE-BEAN CATALOG DENVER, COLORADO
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Scott Cohen
Catalogs are department stores to flip through at home. No one to meet: they are silent communicators. Some come in the mail and you can’t stop them; others are exclusive and must be bought. The 1874 Montgomery Ward of Chicago mail-order catalog was the first issued.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0019.xml
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Automatic Company Inc.: The Automatic
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Automatic Company Inc.
The Automatic
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0020.xml
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THE PHANTASY FACTORY
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THE PHANTASY FACTORY
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0021.xml
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Pacific Laboratories, Inc.
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Pacific Laboratories, Inc.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0022.xml
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Sports
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BB-GUN WARS
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Eric Bookhardt
Down in Louisiana, in the wilderness around New Orleans, there are a number of freaks in their 20s and 30s who shoot at each other with BB guns on a regular basis, They are the BB-gun warriors, and if you did not know that it was only BBs in their guns, you might swear a tactical guerrilla unit had landed in the swamp country, because they look very for real.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0023.xml
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Roll'em
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Roll'em
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0024.xml
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DEPARTMENTS
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High Society
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The nuclear disaster at Three Mile Island has sparked a chain reaction from concerned rock ’n’ rollers. The No-Nukes Concerts, a recent two-night benefit at New York’s Madison Square Garden, netted megabucks for the antinuke movement with glowing performances by radical-chic rockers Doobie Brothers, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, James Taylor, Carly Simon, John Hall and Graham Nash.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0025.xml
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International Gold Transfer Corporation
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International Gold Transfer Corporation
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0026.xml
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Advertisement: High Times
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High Times
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0027.xml
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HIGHWITNESS NEWS
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Frisco’s Most Righteous Dealer Runs for Harvey Milk’s Seat
Big Top's Peron: “Marijuana Is the Bottom Line”
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For Dennis Peron it was a clear choice—either get turned into a permanent police victim or run for office. After taking ten dealing busts over the last three years, being shot in the leg by one narc and stomped over in spike-heeled shoes by another, Peron has set out to win the San Francisco Board of Supervisors seat vacated last year by the murder of Harvey Milk.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0028.xml
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HIGHWITNESS NEWS
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Wolff Visits Colombia, Pledges More Dope-War $$
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BOGOTA, COLOMBIA—After his annual springtime tour of La Guajira's picture-postcard marijuana belt, U.S. congressional dope honcho Lester Wolff junketed back to Bogotá to declare that both countries “are being exploited by a small or big group of traffickers who are making profits out of the Colombian marijuana cultivators and the American people.”
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0029.xml
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HIGHWITNESS NEWS
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Dust Busts Draw Tough Time in Virginia
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BELTSVILLE, Virginia—PCP dealers won’t be getting the same deal in court as grass dealers anymore, Prince George County prosecutors and judges have determined. “There was admittedly a tendency in the courts in the past to treat PCP cases the same as marijuana, but that’s all changing now,” says Prince George state prosecutor Steve Orenstein.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0030.xml
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HIGHWITNESS NEWS
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Customs Hit for Sloppy Bust
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TAMPA, Florida—“As a result of poor work on behalf of government agents, you’re getting off lucky,” a district court judge here told a coke mule whom he was letting off with five years’ probation. Customs narcs had busted the man, a Filipino, aboard a banana boat, the Atenas, in Tampa, and threatened to keep his shore pay unless he tipped them to a coke stash on the boat, which he promptly did.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0031.xml
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HIGHWITNESS NEWS
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London Dope Parade Comes Off Without Violence
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London—The annual "Smokey Bears" smoke-in and march through London came off without a single bust this year, thanks in good measure to the efforts of the Legalise Cannabis Campaign (Britain’s NORML) to achieve a dialogue with cops beforehand.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0032.xml
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HIGHWITNESS NEWS
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DEA Sees Talwin as Bogus Smack
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WASHINGTON, D.C.—The painkiller Talwin will shortly come under tighter federal controls as the Food and Drug Administration is expected to succeed in redesignating it as a Schedule IV drug. According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, Talwin is frequently taken with Contac by people seeking an approximate heroin buzz.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0033.xml
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HIGHWITNESS NEWS
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Pot-Decrim Terror Stampedes Arkansas Lawmakers
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The Arkansas House of Representatives scared itself out of a year’s growth last April by unanimously passing a bill that a state senator subsequently discovered might have legalized marijuana in Arkansas. Actually, the senator, Jim Holstead, was dead wrong, but his cries of horror were so vociferous that the Arkansas pot flap was front-page news as far away as Cali, Colombia, where the English-language Chronicle gravely mourned the manifest collapse of moral values in the Bible Belt.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0034.xml
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HIGHWITNESS NEWS
The Crooked Story Behind LAAM:
New Smack “Maintenance” Drug Drives Addicts to Heroin
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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA—Clients of tWO methadone-maintenance clinics here charge that they’ve been driven to using street heroin by clinic staffers testing out a new “opiate antagonist” drug on them. Called LAAM, the drug is an isomer of methadone that, according to bureaucrats at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), is supposed to quell withdrawal symptoms in heroin addicts for 72 hours at a stretch.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0035.xml
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HIGHWITNESS NEWS
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Brit Drug Firm Thrives on “Evidence”
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DAGENHAM, ENGLAND—The May and Baker pharmaceuticals firm here stands to make a 1,000 percent profit on 20 pounds of Pakistani opium, thanks to magistrate Charles Tumin of Willesden Crown Court in North London. Hertfordshire cops scored the O in a raid last October and busted two men for it; when Judge Tumin sent them up for eight years each, he directed the evidence to be sold to May and Baker for $600.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0036.xml
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Cannabisco: slider
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Cannabisco
slider
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0037.xml
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Space Imports
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Space Imports
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0038.xml
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National Weed
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Anesthesia Mogul Buys Birthplace of Jonestown Cult
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The California property on which Jim Jones started his People’s Temple has been sold. It went for “in excess of one hundred thousand dollars” to John Paju, owner of Worldwide Anesthesia. According to the local newspaper, Worldwide Anesthesia is not a movement to put people to sleep.
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National Weed
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Cops Lose Hundreds of Busts from Burn Setups
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PORTLAND, Oregon—David Richardson, area chief for the Drug Enforcement Administration, has revealed that his agents rarely bust a suspected street speed merchant on the first buy, for fear of getting burned. The feds generally score only 10 to 20 pills or caps of purported speed on a first score, says Richardson; they run it through a lab to determine whether it’s real amphetamine before they decide on further action.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0040.xml
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National Weed
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Maine’s ThreeOunce Decrim Law Hasn’t Altered Toker Stats
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BANGOR, Maine—Grass decriminalization has had little effect on statewide toking patterns, reports the Office of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Prevention here. Before the 1977 decrim bill passed, nearly a quarter of all Maine residents over 13 had tried grass at least once, and some 130,000 were toking up at least once a month; in the last two years, these figures have increased less than 1 percent, despite the massive reduction of legal penalties for private possession.
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High Crimes
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Colombian Army Wipes Out Guajiran Dope Industry—Twice!!
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RIOHACHA, COLOMBIA—The Colombian armed forces reports it has “confiscated” in one fell swoop 30,000 acres of standing grass, representing (by their estimation) 30,000 tons of cured primo Guajira dorado. The vast “oceans of marijuana” discovered by the soldiers were said by the Operation Fulminante propagandists to be “the biggest blow ever struck against the narcotraficante mafias” in history.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0042.xml
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0043.xml
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Cocaine Confidential
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Coke Movers Planned African Plantations
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DETROIT, MICHIGAN—Six men, including a top rock-concert promoter, have been charged with moving some 700 pounds of coke per month into Detroit and Atlanta. A Detroit undercover cop worked 18 months to set up the busts. The guys supposedly had worked up a $50 million line of credit in an Albuquerque bank and intended to use it to develop their own coca-shrub plantations somewhere in Africa.
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Cocaine Confidential
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HIT PARADE
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Now the October chinook wafts silkily through the crisp leaves, bearing all the senescent odors of autumn: the burning-off of cornfield-harvest stubble, the fresh manure just spreading for next spring’s crop, the cidery tang of apples left overlong in the orchard, and the upswelling musky mushrooms in the cow pasture—along with the rather acrid stink of the dregs of last season’s marijuana.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0045.xml
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BROTHER BOB PRODUCTIONS
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BROTHER BOB PRODUCTIONS
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0046.xml
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Dyna-Gro Gardens
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Dyna-Gro Gardens
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0047.xml
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Reefer Reform
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“Prisoner of Weed” Jerry Mitchell Released from Jail
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Jerry Mitchell, the Missouri college student who pulled 14 years for holding a lid of local rope dope, has “paid his debt to society,” and has been released after serving 14 months. Mitchell, who was working his way through Southeastern Missouri State College and supporting his blind parents when he was popped, was made “an example” by a judge, Winston Buford, who later was disbarred for settling contract cases in favor of local construction firms and for accepting sweetheart kickbacks.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0048.xml
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EDEN PRESS
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EDEN PRESS
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The High & Mighty
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DEA Ties Congressman, Ex-Carter Aide, to Dope Ring
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South Carolina congressman John Jenrette has been tied by the DEA to a grass-smuggling ring involving John Etheridge, former regional campaign manager for Jimmy Carter and a “close social and political friend” of Jenrette’s. Etheridge was popped last January in a DEA dope-plane ambush at Dovesville Airport in South Carolina, largely through the work of state narc William Mozingo, who had helped set up the move.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0050.xml
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Environmental Expositions, Inc.
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Environmental Expositions, Inc.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0051.xml
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CLASSIFIED
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Smacky Duck
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DEPARTMENTS
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TRANS-HIGH QUOTATIONS MARKET
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High Times welcomes anonymous reports, but please be specific about the area, type, quantity and quality of dope referred to. If you are aware of other prices or have other relevant information or suggestions, please send them in. The THMQ is intended solely for comparative purposes and in no way is meant as an inducement to illegal activity, or as an endorsement of dope usage or trafficking, or as an endorsement of any particular dope.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0054.xml
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LEGAL FIRST AID, INC.
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LEGAL FIRST AID, INC.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0055.xml
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Interview
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DOPE GROWER
Everything you always wanted to know about the future of homegrown grass but didn’t know who to ask
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“R.,” Dope Connoisseur
The future of marijuana in this country—for better or worse — will be domestically grown weed.The vulnerability of imported grass to seizure in transit and the declining quality of most Colombian on the market have made most smokers realize the only reliable source of good herb will be stuff that doesn’t have to be brought across a border.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0056.xml
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HUE MADOR Inc.
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HUE MADOR Inc.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0057.xml
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Sunshine Laboratories,Inc.
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Sunshine Laboratories,Inc.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0058.xml
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INDIACRAFTS
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INDIACRAFTS
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0059.xml
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THAI POWER: ISO2
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THAI POWER
ISO2
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0060.xml
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NORML
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NORML
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0061.xml
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Trans High Corp.
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Trans High Corp.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0062.xml
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CLEAN LIGHTING SYSTEMS
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CLEAN LIGHTING SYSTEMS
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0063.xml
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Bambu Sales
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Bambu Sales
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0064.xml
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The Tilt, Woodstock
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The Tilt, Woodstock
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0065.xml
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STONE WOOD IMPORTS: Nickel Plated Joint Case
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STONE WOOD IMPORTS
Nickel Plated Joint Case
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0066.xml
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APPLIED HYDROPONICS
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APPLIED HYDROPONICS
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0067.xml
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KLANDESTINE RESEARCH LAB,INC.: ISO-2
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KLANDESTINE RESEARCH LAB,INC.
ISO-2
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0068.xml
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THE UNTOLD, REAL ,TRUE, INSIDE STORY OF THE BEATLES’ SGT. PEPPER’S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND
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Miles
Between November 1966 and March 1967 the Beatles recorded Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band at the Abbey Road studios. This album, which sold one and a half million copies in its first two weeks of release in the United States, became an electronic bible for the emerging drug generation, Miles, then the editor of International Times, London’s first underground newspaper, and currently the editor of London’s Time Out magazine, went to the recording sessions at the invitation of Paul McCartney.
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The ANIF Story
Why Colombia's big shots want legal pot
The Bottom Line
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Antonio Huneeus
Landing in the overcrowded capital city of Bogotá and scoring some famed Colombian gold right off the plane is not exactly practical. On the contrary, the numerous military and police patrols sauntering all over the busy streets will make you think twice about openly asking for la marimba, the local and most popular name for marijuana.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0070.xml
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Aphrodisiacs
How to get turned on
Sexy Drugs
Psychedelics
Herbs
Yohimbe
Saw Palmetto Berries
Fleeceflower Root
Sarsaparilla
Calling Dr. Love
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Gary Selden
Once upon a time, farmer who had been paying less and less attention to his wife sought a doctor's help for his waning sex drive The doctor ex amined him,pronounced him basically fit but a bit run down, and gave him a box of pil1s, telling him to take on a day and report back in a week The farmer a cautious sort, tried a pill on one of his stud bulls.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0071.xml
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65,66,67,68,69
CENTERFOLD
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In Search of the Royal herb
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Jerry Corlew
According to ancient Suffi legend, the Marijuana Goddess selects one of her faithful and Visits that farmer’s fields by moonlight? spreading her magic pollen on the farmer’s beloved colas, transforming them into the most extraordinary ganja on earth.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0072.xml
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70,71,72,73,93,94,95
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On the Road with Reefer Madness
Selling a pot book is not like selling pot
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Larry Sloman
I got the call from my publicist at the publisher last April. “Good news,” Sally said. “You’re booked onto the ‘Today’ show and we’re sending you out on tour.” Every author's dream. National promo tour, 15 cities in three weeks, Marriott Inns, 5:30 A.M. wakeup calls, night flights to Georgia, the bit.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0073.xml
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74,75,76,77,78
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HOW TO BUY A BRAIN FOR $2,500 OR LESS
What Is a Computer?
Applications
Consumer Computer Roundup
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FRANCIS X. KIRBY
Tiny computers are here to stay. These shiny little miracles of machine intelligence are the best, most impressive development yet to escape the sometimes murky backwaters of American high technology. Anyone can use them. Kids play with them like toys.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0074.xml
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79,80,81,82,83
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The Strange History of American Cults
300 years of sex, death and weindness
Jim Hoberman
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Relax America. Don’t worry about those cults. Archvillains Jim Jones and Charlie Manson may be scary, but they aren’t quite the very modern aberrations that the media would like you to think they and their cultists are. Dad and Charlie—not to mention more respectable cult leaders such as Werner Erhard, Reverend Sun Myung Moon or Garner Ted Armstrong —are just the latest models in a continuous tradition of fringe religious leadership that has flourished in this nation from its inception.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0075.xml
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T-ZING
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T-ZING
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0076.xml
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85
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Equipment Co.
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Equipment Co.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0077.xml
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86
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Mr. Bill
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Mr. Bill
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0078.xml
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86
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Quick Trading Co.
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Quick Trading Co.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0079.xml
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86
86
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Quick Trading Co.: MARIJUANA GROWER’S GUIDE
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Quick Trading Co.
MARIJUANA GROWER’S GUIDE
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0080.xml
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87
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0081.xml
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87
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SELECT INDUSTRIES
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SELECT INDUSTRIES
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0082.xml
article
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88,89,90,91,92
Culture Hero
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KEN KESEY
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Malcolm Cook
Author, Prankster, psychedelic pioneer, Ken Kesey is one of those rare writers who come along periodically who become better known than their work. His literary output is acclaimed but small—One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and Sometimes a Great Notion—yet he so intensely lived what he wrote that Kesey the man became a far more exciting and inspiring figure to those growing up in the '60s than any of his fictional heroes.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0083.xml
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92
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Trans High Corp.: High Times Calendar
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Trans High Corp.
High Times Calendar
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0084.xml
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93
93
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PEoplE's CHoicE CERAMic Co.
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PEoplE's CHoicE CERAMic Co.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0085.xml
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93
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Music City Incense
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Music City Incense
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0086.xml
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93
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EBLJ Publishers
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EBLJ Publishers
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0087.xml
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94
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Coalition for the Abolition of Marijuana Prohibition
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Coalition for the Abolition of Marijuana Prohibition
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0088.xml
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94
94
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Marygin, Inc.
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Marygin, Inc.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0089.xml
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94
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G.R.C. Enterprise
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G.R.C. Enterprise
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0090.xml
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95
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RENATA Concepts Inc.
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RENATA Concepts Inc.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0091.xml
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95
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JACK-IN-THE-POT CO.
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JACK-IN-THE-POT CO.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0092.xml
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97
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And/Or Book Conspiracy: The Great Book of Hashish
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And/Or Book Conspiracy
The Great Book of Hashish
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0093.xml
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98
98
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Progressive Plastics, Inc.: U.S. BONGS
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Progressive Plastics, Inc.
U.S. BONGS
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0094.xml
article
99
99
THE PLANET
Congressional Warning:
Elaborate Solar Gimmicks May Limit Market
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WASHINGTON, D.C.—Many companies who produce solar-energy systems may be cutting their own throats by making their equipment too sophisticated, suggests the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. A House study of 100 solar water heaters in New England, in which sunlight cells were used to power a complicated variety of mechanical processes, shows that nearly three-quarters of the units had to be entirely replaced within the first year or extensively repaired.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0095.xml
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99
THE PLANET
Congressional Warning:
Smart People Glut U.S. Labor Market
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WASHINGTON, D.C.—Currently there are approximately 140,000 college graduates in America who can’t find work commensurate with their level of education. While through-out the '60s and ’70s American colleges feverishly pumped out a steadily increasing volume of highly trained and educated people, the local market for their services has actually diminished, thanks to computerization and the reluctance of established industries to branch out into alternative modes of development, such as solar power, geothermal energy, etc.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0096.xml
article
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100
North America
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Feds and Power Companies Rip Off Indian Resources
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CUSTER, WYOMING—American Indians, who legally own most of the coal, oil and hydroelectric energy-producing land in the American West, are nevertheless poorer than ever before, an anthropological study has revealed. The Anthropology Resource Center of Boston, Massachusetts, discovered in the course of an extended study that major private and semipublic energy corporations, working in outright connivance with the Federal Department of the Interior, have developed vast tracts of Indian reservation into highly lucrative power sources, without any significant remuneration to the Indians themselves.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0097.xml
article
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100
North America
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Last Year’s “Ten Best Censored Stories” Announced
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Every year, a class at Sonoma State University in California undertakes "Project Censored" in hopes of making the mass media more responsive to the needs of the man in the street. They ask the public to send them important news items that didn’t get much press coverage in the previous year, and from those a panel chooses the best censored stories.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0098.xml
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100
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Premium Industries
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Premium Industries
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0099.xml
article
101
101
North America
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Techie Confab Plugged in Again
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Michael Chance
Remember the weird kid in your class who used to stay home Friday nights tinkering with cathodes rather than girls, who was always carrying a bag from the Radio Shack and who gave classroom demonstrations on how to turn on a light by connecting two wires?
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0100.xml
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101
North America
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Captain Crunch Resigns Commission
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Perhaps the saddest note of this year’s convention was the announcement by wire of one of the phone dicks’ favorite targets, and one of the phone phreaks’ most revered idols, Captain Crunch, who says he is resigning his commission. After three busts in three years, he said he was ready to retire and write software for an Oakland electronics firm.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0101.xml
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101
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SLICK MFG. INC.
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SLICK MFG. INC.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0102.xml
article
102
102,103
South America
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Catholic Church Leads Resistance to Fascism
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MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA—Eleven years ago a synod of Roman Catholic bishops convening here emphatically put forth a resolution that church clergymen throughout Latin America are ethically obliged to actively oppose the erosion of human rights throughout this hemisphere, not merely by denouncing the social oppression of the poor by the wealthy, but by involving themselves in social-reform movements.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0103.xml
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102
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Mushroompeople
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Mushroompeople
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0104.xml
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103
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EDEN PRESS
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EDEN PRESS
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0105.xml
article
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104
South America
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Colombia Becomes Banana Dictatorship
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BOGOTA, COLOMBIA—The military here is still arresting wholesale numbers of students, leftists, Catholic activists and intellectuals for “conspiracy” in a weapons raid on a major defense armory nearly ten months ago. Although virtually all the arms stolen were recovered within weeks of the tunnel-through theft, the number of people busted for “implication” in the event has topped 2,000, many of whom have been routinely tortured while in jail.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0106.xml
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104
South America
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Barbara Hutton Dreamed of Castro’s “Beautiful Armed Struggle”
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CALI, COLOMBIA—The wild Woolworth heiress Barbara Hutton was prepared to blow off a few bombs for Fidel Castro in 1958, Castro’s former aide-de-camp has revealed. Currently a popular radio broadcaster here (and a naturalized Colombian), Jose Pardo Llada was coordinating guerrilla activities with Castro in Cuba’s desolate interior in October of 1958 when a courier smuggled a letter from Hutton past Batista’s goons to Castro’s headquarters.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0107.xml
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104
South America
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High Court Demands Return of Soldier
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BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTIN A—Warrant officer Domingo Vicente Berreuta has been ordered back to jail here, in what is viewed as a tentative squaring-off of the Argentine judiciary against the all-powerful military. Some months ago Berreuta was busted for threatening a civilian motorist with his service revolver and was pitched into the Villa Devoto jail to await trial.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0108.xml
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104
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NOVA ENTERPRISES, INC.
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NOVA ENTERPRISES, INC.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0109.xml
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105
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Trans High Corporation
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Trans High Corporation
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0110.xml
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106
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Advertisement: High Times Subscription
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High Times Subscription
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0111.xml
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0112.xml
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106
Europe
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South American Hoods Invade Spanish Rackets
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MADRID, SPAIN—The recent rub-out here of Argentine gangster Oswaldo Collazo provoked an intensive police investigation that confirmed that organized South American mobsters, supported by established international hoods in Italy, are methodically muscling in on Spanish crime syndicates.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0113.xml
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106
Europe
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Iron-Curtain States See Threat to Families
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BUDAPEST, HUNGARY—Marital discord and the breakup of the nuclear family have come already to East Europe, complains the editor of Eletes Irodalom, Hungary’s top political organ. “Sexual passion has not changed essentially through the ages,” notes Lazlo Kelecseny, “while love has changed basically, reflecting the transformation of social institutions and the progress of mores.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0114.xml
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107
Europe
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Radio Free Europe Gives Time to Accused War Criminal
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Radio Free Europe, an American-sponsored station that was founded by the CIA in the 1950s and that broadcasts to eastern Europe, has been criticized for airing an interview with a controversial Rumanian bishop accused of war crimes. The bishop, Valerian Trifa, now lives in Michigan.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0115.xml
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107
Europe
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Mafia Takes Knocks in Italian Court
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REGGIO CALABRIA, ITALY-Cops appear to be making significant inroads against the southern Italian Mafia for the first time ever, with the convictions here of 28 top capos for extortion. No court case against Mafia figures in Calabria had ever been completed before, but, despite a bomb attempt on the chief magistrate, this one came out successfully.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0116.xml
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107
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EDEN PRESS
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EDEN PRESS
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0117.xml
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107
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Advertisement: High Times Subscription
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High Times Subscription
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0118.xml
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107
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NORML
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NORML
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0119.xml
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108
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Mellow Mail
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Mellow Mail
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0120.xml
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108
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0121.xml
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Asia
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Taiwan Propagandists Revive Red Smack Slanders
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HONG KONG—Narc chief Peter Lee has angrily denied recent reports that the People’s Republic of China maintains vast opium-poppy plantations to keep its citizens hooked on dope, and that thousands of junkies slip into Hong Kong from China every year transporting People’s Republic heroin.
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Asia
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Moscow Author Exposes TennisBall Scandal
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Moscow, USSR—Investigative reporting isn’t a very common feature of the Soviet press, and the recent exposure of the great tennis-ball scandal by veteran maverick newspaper muckraker Vladimir Kuibyshev indicates why. “Things are reaching a point,” rages Kuibyshev in the local Literaturnaya Gazeta, “where the shortage of tennis balls is causing not only a disruption of training but also the postponement of competitions.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0123.xml
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Rock Crystal Labs
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Rock Crystal Labs
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0124.xml
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109
Ausrtalia
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Australia Seeks Casino Investors
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WAGGA WAGGA, AUSRTALIA—Legalized casino gambling, with all the razzle-dazzle of Las Vegas, may soon be a feature of life in this most conservative of Australia’s states now that the New South Wales parliament is clearly on the verge of instituting it.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0125.xml
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109
Ausrtalia
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Gay-Rights Book Bugs Aussies
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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA—Australians are not ordinarily known for their tolerance of smut, but the national hysterics surrounding the latest censorship suit is really out of the ordinary. It seems the book in question, a thoroughly nonsalacious discussion of homosexuality called Young, Gay and Proud, was widely distributed in bookstores all around the country before some cosmopolitan Aussie informed the leading decency leaguers here of the American connotations of the term “gay.”2 Immediately, parents’ groups everywhere rose up in horror, petitioning their state boards of education to have the book immediately condemned, all copies confiscated, and its distributors prosecuted.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0127.xml
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PAPER PLACE
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PAPER PLACE
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0128.xml
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110
International Weed
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Man Eats Way out of Prison
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Ian Smith has chewed his way out of jail! Well, not the Ian Smith of Salisbury, Zimbabwe Rhodesia, just Ian Smith of Leeds, England. Popped into a slam on a minor charge in nearby Rotherham, Smith’s claustrophobia compelled him to commence eating the furnishings, nuts, bolts, blankets, light bulbs and screws (the threaded variety).
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0130.xml
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111
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High Tech Inc.: HIGH TECH
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High Tech Inc.
HIGH TECH
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0131.xml
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112
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NORML
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NORML
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0132.xml
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113
DEPARTMENTS
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Health
GAY GENES SEEN IN TWINS
PILLS AND SPIKES OBSOLETE
TOBACCO IN PREGNANCY PRESENTS MAJOR HAZARDS
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Some cases of homosexuality may be influenced by heredity, studies of twins have indicated. Dr. Martin Ruse of New Haven, Connecticut, has studied 85 sets of twins in which at least one individual was homosexual, and he reports that in the 40 sets of identical twins covered, both individuals were invariably homosexual.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0133.xml
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KINGFISCHER PRODUCTS
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KINGFISCHER PRODUCTS
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0134.xml
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113
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Arnowitz & Hoeft
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Arnowitz & Hoeft
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0135.xml
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114
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Anti-Wiretapping & Anti-Bugging Corp.
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Anti-Wiretapping & Anti-Bugging Corp.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0136.xml
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115
DEPARTMENTS
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Law
DECRIM BUSTS GET FREE COUNSEL
RUNNING IN THE FAMILY
DUMPING OF STASH MAY HURT
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People who are busted for less than an ounce of grass in California are legally entitled to free counsel and a jury trial, even though the penalty is now no more than a $100 fine. Grass possession is still a misdemeanor here, the state supreme court noted in affirming grass defendants’ rights, and all misdemeanor cases are entitled to the conventional court rights.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0137.xml
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115
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PLETZ IMPORTS
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PLETZ IMPORTS
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0138.xml
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115
115
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RubyRose Inc.
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RubyRose Inc.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0139.xml
article
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116
Records
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LOU REED: BELLS OF HELL
HEAVY-METAL HALEN
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Ratso Sloman
Chris Clark
They got the wrong ones doing the commercials. They got some two-bit Broadway actor or some washed-up starlet who can barely break into Earl Wilson’s column out on the deck of the Staten Island ferry with the salt air blowing her hair around just right as she belts out, “I love New York.”
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0140.xml
article
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117
Records
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOTOWN
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Bud Kliment
Motown’s 20th birthday this year is marked by From the Vaults, a collection of ten previously unreleased recordings by that label’s most successful stars of the '60s, including the original Supremes, the Temptations and the Marvelettes.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0141.xml
article
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117,118
Records
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GLASS MENAGERIE
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Gary Seiden
Opera is an art of the past. Modern works are seldom written. Most flop, never repeated. And Philip Glass and Robert Wilson’s Einstein on the Beach (Tomato 4-2901, four records; highlights only, Tomato 101) is five hours in all. No plot, no intermission.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0142.xml
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118
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Trans High Corp.: STONE AGE
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Trans High Corp.
STONE AGE
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0143.xml
article
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118,120
Records
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MANIFESTO DESTINY
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Ratso Sloman
Leave the heart of Saturday night to Tom Waits. Bryan Ferry, songwriter and vocalist of Roxy Music, is stalking its soul. In the discos, not the diners. But where do you go when the after-hours places close? That's the central existential question of our time.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0144.xml
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119
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HOMESTEAD BOOK·COMPANY: Homestead Mushroomkit
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HOMESTEAD BOOK·COMPANY
Homestead Mushroomkit
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0145.xml
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Records
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JARRE’S EQUINOXE
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Gary Seiden
Jean-Michel Jarre’s first album, Oxygene, was such a perfectly crafted space jewel that he has a right to a bit of a letdown on number two. Straining to top himself, Jarre has created too facile an ecstasy. Much of Equinoxe (Polydor PD-1-6175) is self-consciously cosmic, too remote and passionless to engage the head or body fully.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0146.xml
article
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120
Records
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WHISTLE WHILE YOU TOOT
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David Walley
Halpern Sounds is the brainchild of Steven Halpern, Ph.D., a pioneer in the comparatively new field of psychoacoustics. Simply stated, psychoacoustics is a term modern behavioralists have coined to describe what the ancients knew all along: music has a multitude of uses.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0147.xml
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120
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E-Z PRODUCTS, Inc.: E-Z slider
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E-Z PRODUCTS, Inc.
E-Z slider
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0148.xml
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120
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INFINITY'S END, INC.
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INFINITY'S END, INC.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0149.xml
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121
121
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A Better Place,Inc.: DRY ICE
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A Better Place,Inc.
DRY ICE
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0150.xml
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121
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INDOOR GARDEN SUPPLY
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INDOOR GARDEN SUPPLY
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0151.xml
article
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122,123,125,127
DEPARTMENTS
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Books
REEFER MADNESS
GRASS ROOTS
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Larry “Ratso” Sloman, who last year presented an intimate, insider’s look at the Rolling Thunder Revue in On the Road with Bob Dylan, now gives us the most comprehensive social history yet of pot in America. Ratso has been getting stoned since his days as a sociology grad student at the University of Wisconsin.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0152.xml
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123
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Coalition for the Abolition of Marijuana Prohibition
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Coalition for the Abolition of Marijuana Prohibition
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0153.xml
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123
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Sunshine State Laboratories Inc.
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Sunshine State Laboratories Inc.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0154.xml
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123
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MARK VII ENTERPRISE
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MARK VII ENTERPRISE
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0155.xml
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124
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KWG SALES
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KWG SALES
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0156.xml
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124
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HTA, Inc.
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HTA, Inc.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0157.xml
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124
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PARACELSUS DISTRIBUTING
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PARACELSUS DISTRIBUTING
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0158.xml
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125
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STONED SALES
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STONED SALES
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0159.xml
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125
125
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Advertisement
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0160.xml
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126
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Advertisement
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0161.xml
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126
126
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Balancing Act Scales
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Balancing Act Scales
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0162.xml
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127
127
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APS: Alternative Media
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APS
Alternative Media
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0163.xml
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128
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SnowFlake Etchings
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SnowFlake Etchings
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0164.xml
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128
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Kilo Inc.
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Kilo Inc.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0165.xml
article
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129
DEPARTMENTS
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Flash
MAN BITES DOG
FREAK BROTHERS COKE SNORTER
GANJA UNIVERSITY T-SHIRT
THE AQUAPIPE
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Banking on the old saw that “No news is good news,” the Unknown Editor hacks away at the next edition of the No News Service, a triweekly dispatch of “all the news that never happened anywhere.” Boasting innumerable No News agents and uninformed sources, comprising an intergalactic network, NNS reckons on riding the crest of No Wave journalism into the '80s and beyond.
HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0166.xml
article
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130
DEPARTMENTS
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Sideshow
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0167.xml
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131
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HIDDEN CREEK, INC.
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HIDDEN CREEK, INC.
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0168.xml
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132
132
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Cobel Concepts Ltd
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Cobel Concepts Ltd
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HighTimes_19791001_0006_050_0169.xml