The United Pro Choice Smokers Rights Newsletter

September 29, 2000 Issue # 87 The Smoker's Club, Inc.

1. Why We Accept Tobacco Ads

2. When The Package Is The Message

3. Tobacco Stocks Climb After Court Ruling

4. Carrier Says "nyet" To U.S. Flight Smoke Ban

5. Radios of Liberty

6. Cigarette Information

7. Not Yours To Give

8. We Are Everyday People

9. From The Mailbag

"One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is you end up being governed by your inferiors."

Why We Accept Tobacco Ads:
Our decision to accept tobacco ads isn't driven by economic need but by principle.

When The Package Is The Message:
Comely containers for tobacco products are back in style

Tobacco Stocks Climb After Court Ruling:
Tobacco stocks rose across the board Thursday after a federal judge dismissed two key parts of a U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit that seeks to recover billions of dollars spent treating sick smokers.

Carrier Says "nyet" To U.S. Flight Smoke Ban:
The Russian carrier said on Wednesday it wanted to overturn a prohibition on smoking on its flights to the United States, condemning the ban as an infringement of its national sovereignty.

Radios of Liberty:
Hear information AS IT SHOULD BE -- uncontrolled, unfalsified.

Cigarette Information:
And how to roll your own.

Not Yours To Give:
Col. David Crockett, US Representative from Tennessee. The speaker was just about to put the question when Crockett arose...

We Are Everyday People:

Forces Netherlands

Forces Canada: What's New

From The Mailbag:

Lambert Airport Rotary Club, MO Phone: 314-428-1059 x 3707 Fax: 314-298-0423
Contact now to help with the March 2001 Spring Cigar Dinner.

Ottawa - Tobacco firms have failed to get an injunction that would delay mandatory cigarette packaging, leading the way for grotesque warning labels to be affixed onto tobacco boxes in December.

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