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Valley Morning Star (Newspaper) - September 6, 1970, Harlingen, Texas r TWAIN TO Ml A HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR lo Bulldozers. al our modem lAClllly. A high paid cflrwr Is lo ambitious UNiVMUI. CWMflMKIWN XKMU. f W IMI N.W. 1 HrMt MMM. MtM Cflnl END DENTURE MISERY Mflfl MlTNtS Mlfiilc pl4Mic DENTL'KITE In fitt mln- f Ltufi h. tit n frohiirfinmenl. No fwd pjdiclt unJt r pUlt DEN rURII E foe Ends ilitlljr bother pow or tun tuck At ill tun rc u. No Nagging Backache Means a Good Night's Sleep eulur r rom- on wlih upitli. or iiritln. It 1Kb ntf Li. U I'HN BOI bul K l Irt idlon on you tf buy br mlllloni t'ut WOO 5 1 tADT PAT PRACTICAL it at In 12 lo wrrh In MI J Imlftrr rwllnj nni IHO npfmtr frf No MlrMnjn c.U KxUy For Ordir By Mail From Faiily .iHow up to lour Thf jds cNKfd 6y rtp- The ittins chfcVfd by loo with jondi o' QrtSt'l in ujaal'y 10 Our .Tdverbsjrl uninltn- 1 OMl OCCur Although Such fvipceo Only Fjrtiily Wffkly wanli to you 11 rnuch 3i If you've any abcul mjil jmt wrili Oepjft- Family 6-J1 ton W V A Famous Writer Recalls His School Days By GOODMAN ACE my tes iiai1- row. and my coat arc IKI mm. my mind is wide open on the subject of the revolu- tion of our youih. my hair curls back over my coal collar but that's only because I've been playing hooky from my barber. Mut sOi.il I so Iven lor some se.irs iiOWi about the oh.ION on our campuses .uul hoss il has spread lo the Injih schooN .mil unto iho grounds of tho schools. I Iv- i OMIO. .is iho would put il. uptight sshen I look hack .it ms own carls d.isv I admit lh.it lakes .1 lot of long long looking back Hut I recall il as if il in own date- whcn iho ihroo K's lor 'riling. 'nlhmalie And I hero .111 eMr.i. .uul unspoken. R. uhn.li sUxnl for Respect for ms te.iehcrs I the ihroo seem lo st.md ior 'nting rioting And according to Iho news kids .iro majoring in iho last l.iko ms h.ind and come bnck with mo lo th.il when I w.is a soung nun courting girl I was 10. she was I I I h.id .in .iilmiix for oldor women Wo atlended Iho vimo school in Midsvcslern tossn. She U.IN Iho uonun I h.nl dotidod I for Iho rost my life would e.iffy her for. th.it't nosor lo.irnod to lOoMrikl a bettor th.it lot mo o.irn them in thciso o.ir- rying .1 ftirlS xchiK'Ibook'N Iho of K-ing pinned Slio 1 r xro- I Itidkcil up itntl thcic Arnold ro.ulv for lluii So il u.is ins I her iho voluxil yrouiul nt reiONs. her iitieiilion lurniny uli.n I ihoughl. jir.n-eful in hoi p.iib I hos uere li uuNprinys more iiltui Ih.m iivM. louiul UK Ismy prosir.ito on b.iek She wonkl look ui .mil And I On 111 il v.iino during there ooirt.mlls the I.ill. g.mni figure ol Mr pnntip.il Mr Arnold. I 1.01110 lo remember in noii.ilgi.i vv.is .1 dirool doseeiuliint of In il Arms I'omt to the Itnlivh I ree.ill he u.is 10 feel. MX inches His liniuls cl.ivjx'd his b.kk. lie j.iundieed the Ivh of the school's Issci or three hundred pupils And those of us u ho did not conform to his st.md.ird of or l.idv- like iK'h.ivior uere puMicls. punished I he punishment consistod of ihe of- lending pupil w.ilking Ihe grounds with tus lingers holding onto Mr Arnold's lor .ill lo seo Ono after one of more gro- lesquo I looked up from redlining position on the ground. there with his he.id in Iho clouds w.is Mr. Arnold And for tho next 10 Goodman Ace hai been one of the moil popular comedy of radio and lelcvulon for nearly 40 yeari He creator ol ihe radio series lor 19 and hai written lor iome of lelcvuionS moil successful including Perry Millon Danny and Sid Caesar. His most recent book is tilled and Easy nimules there w.is I. the giounds holding I'nlii his co.iti.iils .md fersentls th.it 1 weie de.ul If Mr Arnold u.is I IKIIIV Number One. Mrr Siudeb.ikor. .irilhmelic to.icher vv.is dehmtels Number it not lied Kir lirsi pl.ue She vs.is .1 siick- lei lor perfection sent me to Ihe bl.ii.kno.ird to multiph tec.ill ligurex ev.iells I cMiue up llu1 ol 2.60-1 Ihoieupon. Mrs Slu led iker .uigriK sn.ilchoil the cb dk from nu computing lingers anil prmed Hir ill the class to see ssb.it .1 diimms I Ihe .uisssor she gol 2 622 lo h.ise eseii come up uiih Ihe seemed to me Herculo.m enough Hul not lo Mrs Studeb.iker. NN'hen sou multiplied 7 slunited il got 42 But then put dossn -1 and earned the 2 You should hnse put the 2 and carried the 4 When I muttered someihmg like the equiN.ilcTl of she ordered me lo sit on the stool in the corner that ancient historical bit of teacher sometimes swims into loviis m nu polluted and I find svith students in their ilruggle agamsi teachers m the Lstnblishmenl. Uul on the other I th.il as the siudent rebellion keeps and as whole- schools are ssh.u are sse left -.'.ith'1 I shudder to think wlint vso're loll ssiih Wo'ro left sviih millions ol studiiits. sOio. when 1 will in the ness generations to sprite iho and c.iriv the 2' are we eser going lo land n man on Mars w.ij
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