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Carthage Press (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Carthage, Missouri Carthage press editorials coming events. 300000000000000000000000000000000 closing the Gap perhaps the most terrible thing caused by the generation Gap a problem which dates from the birth of Adams first child is the Lack of understanding which makes it possible for a member of one generation without seeming to know or care to Hurt deeply a member of another generation by some apparently thoughtless word or deed. Such pain is inflicted daily throughout our society and particularly within families wherein so often dreams Are destroyed visions Are darkened and Hopes Are demolished by words and deeds which May seem to have Little consequence. Yet it need not be so. Let every mortal of whatever generation learn to take the longer View to look toward the potential results of his deeds to a seek first the kingdom of god a in All his relationships to a do unto others As he would have them do unto him to turn away from selfishness and pettiness and act from the basis of a love which is larger than self to give when giving offers no Reward and forgive when forgiving seems the wasteful thing which it never is to seek out the Good which always exists within others even when the evil co existing there is More readily visible to consistently speak kindness even when hate answers to dwell upon the Strong ties which bind All people rather than the minor differences which seem to separate them to look for the face of god in the faces of All people. In this Way Long strides toward closing the Gap can be taken. Autumn As the Days of summer Wane and the Sun dips below the horizon a Little earlier each Day we know that nature is sending out its first gentle warnings of the approach of a new season. On sept. 23, the Sun crosses an imaginary line and autumn begins. For Many parts of the world autumn is a season of High color. The leaves of the Trees As they Don their most brillant hues seem to consciously strive to outdo each other in attracting the attention of passers by. Legendary visions of a Harvest Moon and Corn shucks usher in the spirit of halloween. In the a South 48�?�, Jack Frost treads softly bringing color and brisk Ness to the scene. Since Alaska has been added to the roster of states it is fitting to note that autumn steals across the North with sharper but equally fascinating changes. Those who know say that Alaska in the fall is enchanting. But then what Section of our great nation is not As we turn the Corner of a new season but the Best of All is Carthage and its Maple Leaf festival. Crossword Puzzle Beqo Sokhon Barg Ponse i. Restrict 6 Eva s Friend la. Kings and Queens 13 White Linen vestment 14. Shangrila 15 giant 16 husbands 17 wire measure 19 sesame 20 Heron or Stork 22 Remote 24 Bezel across 27. Jimsonweed 29. Mangle 31. Manservant 32. Flange 33. Lorelei 35. Flow Back 37. Forbid 38. Gremlin 41. Gape 43 High flyer 45. Oil of roses 46. Kind 47 misspent 48 Are nose solution of yesterday s Puzzle Down 1. Pal 2. Repetition a j 3 h to 7 i to 7 8 9 to la i �?�3 % \5 % �?�7 be of w n it % Roll ill ii 1h amp it % i in Joti la ii he % % % m in % j Al in Joho Hihi % High a % my i % % be 3. Later 4. Household necessity 5. Lemurs and apes 6. Loop and knot 7. Disregard 8. Forlorn 9. Tropical fish to. Longing 12. Uttered 18. Preceded 20. Small tumor 21. Hungry 23. Deserter 24. Conifer 25. Short aria 26. Opposes 28. Light Brown 30. Body Bone 34 Headstrong 36. Unruly child 38. Persia 39. Repair 40 victim 41. Cliche 42 before 44 chalice Carthage press Carthage publishing co. Robert s. Dale publisher the associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of All the local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Mail subscription rates paid in Advance one year i outside 50 mile zone i $13.00 half year 1 outside 50 mile zone $7.00 one year within 50 mile zone $ 9.00 half year within 50 mile zone i $ 5.50 Carrier delivery rate one month $ 1.25 single copy $ ,10 year in Advance it paid at office $13.00 jail listed daily except holidays and sundays 527 South main Street. Carthage to. Second class postage paid at Carthage to. 64836 missed paper delivery service monday Friday 358-2193 6�?6 30 saturday 3 30�?4 25years ago. Virgil Sapp was judging contest entrants a daughter was born August 28 to or. And mrs. Eugene Fullerton of Hastings neb., formerly of Carthage. The Rev. And mrs. W. J. Boehne Brunswick were the guests of or. And mrs. Gerd Tonjes of Belle air place. La col. Russell d. Harris . Army medical corps who was called into service almost five years before while a practising physician in Carthage was stationed in the Pacific. County agent Virgil Sapp assisted by Voag teachers of the county had been judging pastures entered in the county contest. He reported they found the pastures in Fine shape and the animals on them looking Good. A daughter was born at Mccune Brooks Hospital to or. And mrs. Warren Shore 807 East third. Bob Evans left to attend the conservation Camp near Kaiser As a representative of the 4-h clubs of the county. Evans was a substitute for Richard Larson who found it impossible to attend. Art Templeton a member of the City Council announced he would soon Start construction of new buildings to House his implement business at the Comer of River and Chestnut streets. Mckinley Oliver user about 40, who was captured by the japanese with fall of Corregidor in april 1942, was liberated from a prison Camp according to word received by his father Here. Maj. Frank b. Williams jr., who had been recently discharged from service with the army air Force and mrs. Williams arrived Here to visit his parents or. And mrs. F. B. Williams of grand Avenue. Cpl. Raymond Peoples who spent a 48-Day furlough with his parents or. And mrs. R. W. Peoples 534 West Central Avenue left for hot Springs ark., where he was to report for reassignment. The Rev. Herbert h. Jennison of Carthage was elected director of the Spring River associational Baptist training Union at a mass meeting in Joplin. Maj. And mrs Robert s. Dale arrived Here from Camp Maxey Paris Texas to visit his parents or. And mrs. E. L. Dale and his grandmother mrs. Robert t. Stickney. Herbert Hadley Jennison la who was in Barnes Hospital in St. Louis about to Days for the removal of a tooth from his left lung arrived Home with his parents the Rev. And mrs h. H. Jennison of Olive Street. Byron h. Replogle and h. D. Duckworth attended a sales meeting of representatives of the Victory life insurance company in Chanute Kan. William l. Devers jr., son of or. And mrs. William l. Devers 730 Cedar Street was promoted to the Grade of staff sergeant according to an announcement by the 494th bomb group stationed on Okinawa. History a greatest military Gamble a the american Landing in armed Japan a had paid off so handsomely that occupation forces were to be Cut to not More than 200,000 within six months general Mac Arthur announced. C. C. Ferguson was elected president of the High Hill Homecoming association at the 14th annual meeting at High Hill school. . Clyde Narramore who had recently returned to Jefferson Barracks after spending a 30-Day furlough Here with his parents or. And mrs. C. A. Narramore of Olive Street was assigned to san Antonio Texas. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Smith of Muncie ind., arrived Here to visit his parents or. And mrs. Be l. Smith. Mrs. Martha fanning 91, was Honor guest at a family reunion at the Home of or. And mrs. Charles Hagen route i. General Mac Arthurs Headquarters newly established opposite the Imperial Palace in Tokyo reported Japan had been permitted to resume a sharply restricted air transport service radiating from Tokyo with no More than four planes in the air at a time and subject to cancellation whenever it ceased to further Allied interests. A Jasper county farm exposition initial plans for which were worked out by the chamber of Commerce agriculture committee county school superintendent John Wilson and county agent Virgil Sapp was unanimously endorsed by the c of c Board of directors. Kenneth i. Ranney jr., son of or. And mrs. Kenneth Ranney Jasper left for Columbia to take up his studies at Missouri University in Columbia. Allen Mcreynolds Carthage attorney and former state senator addressed the Baxter Springs Kan. Kiwa rns club. A son Lonnie Mack was born to flight officer and mrs. S. Welcome Stanton in a Hospital at Greenwood miss. Allen Keller of Reeds was elected president of the Jasper county sunday school association at the annual convention at Grace presbyterian Church Northeast of Carthage. Sgt. Stanely Bye jr., arrived in the states after service in the european theater and was visiting friends in the East. He was expected to arrive Here soon to visit his parents maj. And mrs. Stanley Bye of South Maple. It. Milo Jackson and his twin brother Cpl. Miles Jackson both of whom served in the army air Force and sons of mrs. Dora Jackson 716 East Central received their discharges from the service. Today in history by the associated press today is saturday sept. 19, the 262nd Day of 1970. There Are 103 Days left in the year. Today a highlight in history on this Date in 1881, president James Garfield died of wounds inflicted by an Assassin in Baltimore on july 2. On this Date in 1768, Paul Revere advertised in the Boston Gazette that he could make natural looking artificial front Teeth for anyone who had lost his own. In 1870, the French surrendered Versailles to the germans in the Franco prussian War. In 1928, Mickey mouse was introduced to the american Public in the animated cartoon a Steamboat in 1934, Bruno Richard Hauptman was arrested in new York and charged with the kidnapping of the baby son of col. And mrs. Charles Lindbergh. In 1938, Britain and France urged Czechoslovakia to placate Adolf Hitler by ceding die sudetenland to Germany. In 1955, Argentine president Juan Peron was ousted from office after revolts by the army and Navy. Ten years ago cubans Premier Fidel Castro and his staff got into a dispute with the management of a Midtown new York hotel and moved to a hotel in Harlem. Five years ago the soviets invited Indian and pakistani leaders to Tashkent in soviet Central Asia to talk peace. One year ago Canada said it would drop its nuclear role in european defense. And one of the company said unto him master speak to my brother that he Divide the inheritance with 12 13. The obsolete Navy and munitions buildings in Washington . Are coming Down at last. They were built in haste on marshy ground and gradually have been sinking Walls have cracked and floors warped. President Nixon ordered their removal warning according to National geographic society a they Are going to be Down or some Admiral will be an 40years ago. $60,000 goal was reached to bring shoe factory to Carthage Lee Wormington purchased the half interest of Frank Frost in the Frost Wormington Barber shop on West fourth Street. Frost had recently been assigned As District game Warden in Dade and adjoining counties. The state Highway department approved the Purchase of approximately an acre of ground on the West Side of the White River Railroad from George Beimdiek and was to let a contract for the construction of a garage building to Cost in the neighbourhood of $5,000. The garage was to be in charge of will Rogers maintenance Foreman of this District. John l. Powers Carthage Veteran of the world War and the mexican Border troubles of 1916, passed away at the veterans Hospital in Kansas City. Among the survivors were his Mother and father or. And mrs. John w. Powers of Brooklyn Heights and Mahlon Powers who resided North of Carthage. Joe Edwards who had returned to Carthage from Arizona purchased the Carthage tire service on Garrison Avenue from w. L. Kirby and Howard Kirby. The new proprietor was a brother of e. A. And Paul Edwards of Carthage. There were 29 fewer merchants and manufacturers in Jasper county in 1930 than in 1929 according to the 1930 merchants and manufacturers assessment books just completed in the office of c. W. Crow county assessor. Carthage had 241 merchants and manufacturers with stocks placed at $357,650 while a year before there were 246 with a valuation of $411,340. Or. Ernest Carroll Faust resident of Carthage As a youth and a graduate of Carthage High school head of the Tulane University department of tropical Medicine new Orleans and party had just returned from a three months trip in Central America bringing Back Many valuable specimens of wild life which they gathered in connection with their study of tropical disease in men. Or. And mrs. L. H. Bradford and son Lynn moved to property at 1012 Grant. He had been transferred Here from Dover n.j., by the Hercules powder company. The Kansas medical Board revoked the certificate authorizing or. John r. Brinkley Milford Kan., a Goat gland specialist and Hospital owner to practice Medicine and surgery in the state of Kansas. The fourth quarterly conference of the first methodist Church on a motion of sen. A. L. Mccawley voted to ask the return of or. S. B. Campbell As superintendent of the Carthage District and the Rev. Frank h. Elbright to the pastorate of the Church for another year. Prof. B. B. Wood 404 Belle air left for Lincoln neb., to enter Nebraska University where he was to continue his work for the . Degree. He had been head of the department of English and registrar at Ozark Wesleyan College. Or. And mrs. Jerry n. Taylor jr., and baby left for Kansas City where they were to reside. Miss Sarah f. Halliburton Well known Carthage Young woman who had recently resigned As reporter on the Monett times had gone to Otsego mich., where she was to take a position on the news staff of the Otsego Union. Carthage had reached the $60,000 goal in a fund raising drive to bring a Wolff Tober shoe factory to Carthage. It was anticipated that the factory would have a 2,000 pair a Day output. The executive committee of the Campaign was b. L. Van Hoose Harry Spradling and o. E. Proctor. A daughter Mary Alice was bom to or. And mrs. Anthony Sigillito of Washington ., formerly of Carthage. The contractors for the paving on Chestnut Street began laying the Concrete from Garrison to Omer. F. M. Anderson truck Driver for the c. B. Nance Coal company suffered severe bruises to his Chest when his truck collided with a Frisco freight train on the switch track leading to Mcdaniel Mill. A daughter was born to or. And mrs. H. A. Spradling 1204 South main Street. 65years ago. Robert Sloan was enlarging livery Bam Oscar Emerson who had been first sergeant was elected As a second lieutenant of company a second Missouri infantry by members of the unit. He succeeded James w. Ross resigned. Robert Sloan was enlarging his livery barn in the Mcnerney building on the North Side of West third Street. Discovery that the yellow fever germ was carried by mosquitoes was made by a new Orleans physician a headline in the press announced. New Orleans was experiencing an epidemic of the disease which had resulted in 375 deaths. Oronogo voters Defeated a Gas franchise proposal which provided for the payment of 35 cents a thousand feet for the commodity. Residents of other towns in the District were paying 24 cents a thousand. Miss Rosa Ummel and Henry Shelton were married at the Home of the brides parents in Avilla. Sam Regan owner of Park cemetery donated 12 burial lots adjoining Graves of members of the g.a.r., to Stanton Post of the organization Robert Ornduff who with his family had been living in Seneca where he had Tripoli interests returned to Carthage for the Winter renting the a. B. Parked Home on grand Avenue. The Park Ells were to spend the Winter in California. W. C. Thomas purchased the one third interest of Earl Peebles in the Knudsen plumbing company. To years ago. Truman said no to Senate race former president Harry s. Truman issued an emphatic formal statement rejecting a suggestion he become a candidate for the . Senate seat vacated by the death of sen. Thomas c. Hennings. Principal Edward l. Rogers of Carthage senior High school was elected president of the big nine conference during a meeting at Cassville. He succeeded Art Keller former Webb City High school principal. Mrs. Maria Henkel Crawford 1069 South Garrison native of Germany and a wife of Chester s. Crawford became a . Citizen according to a naturalization certificate filed with the Jasper county recorder. Timmy Burton age la months son of or. And mrs. Virgil Burton Reeds route i was named sweepstakes Winner in a baby contest at the Sarcoxie fall festival it was announced. He also won second place in a personality contest conducted by a Carthage supermarket. Bill Huntley Carthage was named chairman of the annual to Kan boy scout Council Den chiefs conference scheduled the coming saturday at Joplin Junior College. Your Horoscope Jeane Dixon a former carthaginian Foh sunday sept. 20, 1970 your birthday today i Bis War is Lobo your fresh Start in All departments of life. You must Start with what you Are and what you have a hanging cond i ions give you Freedom to evolve More chances to he effective. Sentimental interests respond to the same transformation. Many poignant moments Are promised. Today a natives keep themselves Busy often with unrealistic projects occasionally Radical ideas. Aries March 21-april 19 Phis sunday should really be reserved for rest and expression of Faith. Trave i is delayed. People Are generally caught up in their own concerns and not very communicative. Taurus april 20-May 20 fake a quiet sensitive approach to discussions As squabbles deteriorate easily into serious quarrels. Icel it diversion in intellectual pastimes. Gemini May 21-june 20 you Are Likely to miss the Point or substitute your Point in discussions. Try to do a letter Job of list Ping. If possible spend the Day in Solitude. The evening is easier. Caneer june 21-july 22 join in the Community expression of Faith. Draw away from possible discord Wilh tense people. Quiet mental pursuits bring answers while distracting you from emotional stimuli. Leo july 23-aug. 22 your impulse to generous hospitality and showing off would Lead to expenses beyond expectation and still not achieve the results. Social activities Are letter kept simple. I Roo aug. 23-sept. 22 use care and consideration in All you do. Formality and ritual now give people some Relief from conflict and uncomfortable pressures. Libra sept. 23-oct. 22 the temptation is to overdo in physical exertion games exercise. Old issues reap fax a and May precipitate much discussion argument. Lake it easy Scorpio oct. 23-nov. 21 your tendency is to in forthright in your statements More than people exx to so you present yourself More strongly than you leu. Reflect on the situation. Sagittarius nov. 22-. 21 sometimes the to St thing is simple sex it iteration. Deferring questions until inter. Such a time is this direction swi Ching Day. Late r hours bring relaxation. Capricorn . 22-Jan. 19 you Are tempted to take s Des. Hut where your clique is already Well organized More uncommitted people Are needed to Bridge the Gap. Think in fore you plunge in. Aquarius Jan. 20 feb 18 allow extra space Tor the general impatience of others today. Where conditions permit take plenty of time off for your favorite pastimes. Pisces feb. 19-March 20 what Ball pens today brings you mixed feelings. Waif for tin full Story. You find eventually that nobody was completely right Nobel la entirely wrong

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