Volume 2 ... Number 26
TIMES SKIPS ISSUES WITHOUT NOTICE
By Edwy ap Edwin, Staff Writer
RINDGE - In an unprecedented action, the TMS Times
failed to print five issues, Saturday, Nov. 4, through
Thursday, Nov, 9. In the past, the Times has not missed
more than three issues at a time without informing its
readers in advance.
One Times official said the paper's management was
seriously contemplating bankruptcy, especially after hearing
rumors of a phone bill of over $20 for one of the paper's
reporters. However, when the phone bill was found, it was
only $2.85, and the paper is now planning to publish daily
(except Sundays) until the end of the trimester.
VIRGINIA ELECTS FIRST
BLACK GOVERNOR IN U.S.
Republican candidate calls for recount
By I.M. Cydyng, Staff Writer
According to the unofficial results of Virginia's
recent gubernatorial elections, Democratic candidate L.
Douglas Wilder won the race by about 5,500 votes.
Coleman, the Republican incumbent, refuses to concede
the race. In a recent press conference, he said, "The
people are entitled to a complete and accurate tally before
a winner is declared." This process could last until some
time in December. According to George Gastil, a recount,
even in a large state like Virginia, could not account for
as many as 5,000 votes, and Wilder will still win the
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dedicate these comics.
SELECTED BY JON (Dedicated to Niels)
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