TWO MORE AUDIO TAPES AVAILABLE
All year, Russell Peek has been organizing the F.A.R.M.S. Hugh Niblsy tape archive. Several hundred recordings of firesides, Sunday School lessons, and talks have been gathered. Many of these recordings have been transferred to archive quality master, thanks especially to Gordon H. Peck in Las Vegas and Michael K. Jensen in Provo. The tapes are now being cataloged. Copies will be made available in the future. Ready now are cassettes of "But What Kind of Work," a talk given to the Cannon-Hinckley Club in Salt Lake City, with introductions by Leonard Arrington and Bill Pope, and of "The Goods of First and Second Intent," an address presented to the Utah Retired Teachers Association in the Salt Palace, with the plight of modern education spawned by John Dewey. See the attached order form for details.