WE o W B iï i H I i on the kids. Pigs in this farming town af 18, 000 have hit upon a source of agents whose age makes them perfect for infiltration -- the local Junior Chamber of Commerce. Af ter a 10-month investigation the Jaycees said they were able to buy in "unlimited supply. . . anything in the area from marijuana to opium. " Solid examples for our youth, they learned to identify drugs, how to "make a buy" that would stand up in court, and set off to penétrate the neighborhood. The "Bandits" (their pig name) worked in two-man teams, tliree nights a week. They undertook the project, according to Larry Graybeal. co-chairman of the Jayce Abáteme nt Program, because most have children and would "sure hate to see any of our kids on üiis junk. " "Some of the guys sat in on pot parties. " said Graybeal, "but none ever used any of the drug. " Too bad.
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