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Carthage Press (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Carthage, Missouri 266 total employees. 164 teachers in r-9 system the Carthage r-9 school Helen Louise Smith Grade 4 system opened the 1970-71 term mrs. Rilda Whitehead Grade 4 with a faculty of 164 certificated mrs. Ruth Heisten Grade 3 mrs. Teachers according to or. C. E. Louva Reynolds Grade 3 miss Johnson superintendent of Daisy Gonseth Grade 2 mrs. Schools. Sandra Spradling Grade 2 miss the faculty includes 20 Rosetta Richardson Grade i teachers new to the system this mrs. Ray Moore Grade i mrs. Year. Judy Warren kindergarten and auxiliary service personnel in mrs. Catherine Fisher remedial the schools also include 35 Reading. Cafeteria workers 26 custodians 17 secretaries one school nurse and 23 bus Drivers a total of 26 employees. Teachers include two or More schools a Charles e. Johnson de. D., superintendent Donald k. Stamps director of auxiliary services Lawrence a. Berner director of instruction mrs. Clare b. Blanset supervisor of elementary instrumental music Paul t. Caskey jr., supervisor of elementary physical education Eleanor Coffield speech clinician miss Joann Percival supervisor of elementary Art mrs. Delores Wilkerson principals Relief columbian and Hawthorne mrs. Joan Van Zandt speech clinician and miss Eugene Field a Robert c. Duvall principal mrs. Gretchen Torres Grade 6 Charley l. Laffoon Grade 6 mrs. Janet Orr Grade 5 mrs. Constance Dell Grade 5 mrs. Betty Lou Bell Grade 4 miss Lana Pugh Grade 4 mrs. Neva Jarmin Grade 3 mrs. Anni Gillock Grade 3 mrs. Donna Staggs Grade 2 miss Karen Pyle Grade 2 mrs. Barbara Talley Grade i mrs. Harriette Mcbain Grade i mrs. Rebecca Shipman kindergarten mrs. Bernice Gockel remedial Reading and mrs. Sarah Mansfield special education. Fairview a Dwight w. Sergent principal mrs. Mary Emzie Patterson Grade 6 Steward Shinn Grade 5 miss Pearl d. Taffner Grade 4 mrs. Elizabeth Wright supervisor of Geraldine Hampton Grade 2 elementary vocal music. Mrs. Karen Tate Grade i mrs. Music. Peggy Berry kindergarten mrs. Senior High school a Edward Lucille Gilbert Grade 3, and mrs. L. Rogers principal miss Hazel Faye Bogle special education. Argabright vocational business mrs. Sandra Arndt chemistry Dwight Arner social studies James r. Baumann Coe and vocational director mrs. Ruth Beer special education Joel j. Bell social studies Robert Blase vocational business Kenneth j. Brady mathematics Joe Boyd instrumental music it. Col. Edward c. Buster Roth William Charles vocational Auto mechanics miss Katheryn Collier French mrs. Sally Ann Crawford speech and dramatics mrs. Carol Dean English a sgt. James Davis Roth mrs. Myrl Dunphy latin and English. Thomas Dunphy Counselor John s. Edwards Spanish mrs. Irene Finley Counselor l. C. Finley vocational agriculture mrs. Leta Jean Fleming business Robert Fletcher social studies Robert Freeman Driver education Charles a. Goodhall vocational electronics Glen Graham social studies miss Hawthorne a Basil j. Hill principal and Grade 6 mrs. Velva Whitlow Grade 6 mrs. Louise Winton Grade 5 mrs. Mildred White Grade 5 mrs. May s. Carroll Grade 4 mrs. Joie l. Russell Grade 4 mrs. Lucy Lee Payne Grade 3 miss Margaret l. Keith Grade 3 mrs. Cora Faye Flesher Grade 2 mrs. Susan Ross Grade 2 mrs. Judy Pace Grade i miss Neva Jones Grade i mrs. Rosalee Smith kindergarten and mrs. Margaret Ann Ford remedial Reading. Mark Twain a Dwight Sergent principal mrs. Susan Blase Grade 6 mrs. Eunice Mcdonald Grade 6 mrs. Gloria Davis Grade 5 mrs. Jean Gay Potter Grade 5 mrs. Velma Jeffries Grade 4 Howard Ray Smith Grade 4 miss Dorothy Stanley Grade 3 mrs. Vivian Moore Grade 3 mrs. Loudenslager Grade 2 miss Paula Yarbrough Grade 2 mrs. Flora Beimdiek Grade i mrs. Charta Bornean Grade i and mrs. Laurel Rosenthal kindergarten. Pleasant Valley a Robert c. Duvall principal William l. Hilderbrand Grade 6 mrs. Wilma Easson Grade 5 mrs. Imogene Lawson Grade 4 mrs. Emma Nealy Grade 3 miss Mona Lay Grade 2 mrs. Jimmye Laffoon Grade i mrs. Peggy Berry kindergarten and mrs. Lorena Carter remedial Reading. Ann Landers dear Ann Landers our daughter is being married in a few weeks. A wedding gift arrived this morning from a relative. On the Bottom of the gift was a Price stickers at least twice the amount the gift was Worth. It had been taken off something else. The gift was beautifully wrapped by the City a largest department store. On the inside was a slip which read a a sender a i did no to need to see the slip. I knew it was the a a sender a own a probably something she had brought Down from the attic. When this relatives daughter was married we spent More Money than we should have because we wanted to give her something special. And now our Daugher gets this piece of second hand junk. Should i say something to her a disgust unlimited dear . Say nothing. Ethel Hardaway mathematics you be gotten rid of most Thomas n. Harrison biology of r anger writing to Rodney Hendrickson vocational. A carpentry and cabinetmaking me it Tome this letter Virgil lamp ton Art l. David appears in print you might Lewis vocational drafting mrs. Even be Able to laugh about Charlene Mcdaniel girls physical education John l. Mitchell vocal music Dale e. Of Neal Coe Calvin l. Pearman mathematics and physics Gary a. Pickett Industrial arts miss Burdetta Russell librarian William d. Shields social studies miss Janet Stamps business mrs. Sybil Taylor vocational homemaking mrs. Caroline Tubbs English and Clarence h. Whisler English. Junior High school a Gerald Keith principal mrs. Beulah Asendorf English mrs. Mae Bennett English mrs. Mary Louise Blair remedial Reading Ronald Lee Brower Industrial arts Edward j. Campbell Industrial arts mrs. Dana Case social studies James Center social studies Gary goats social studies miss Dorothy f. Collier Art Gary p. Cook social studies Richard n. Day social studies Edward England science Samuel k. Farmer mathematics mrs. Frances Fleming vocational homemaking Ronald j. Gillman mathematics John a. Gremling Counselor mrs. Mary a. Hadley science James Harvell mathematics miss Henrietta hedge social studies mrs. Barbara Hilton English. R. David Janney Spanish mrs. Lillian Johnson English Darrell Jones science mrs. Janice Lamoree English Carl g. Lewton boys physical education i. Newton instrumental music Melvyn j Passley Counselor mrs. Cherie Peterson homemaking mrs. Kay Philpot girls physical education mrs. Hazel Phipps English mrs. Leo to Phipps English Lawrence Potter social studies mrs. Marcella Roper librarian Leonard Sharon science Dennis g. Spille vocal music miss Susan m. Whitehead mrs. Dorothy Willm special education and Greorge f. Wood science. Columbian school a Marvin e. Messick principal and Grade 6 Jackson Lawhon Grade 6 mrs. Ida May Finley Grade 5 mrs. Neva Rector Grade 5 miss Complete wig service by experienced wig stylist Jenny Renburg Zimmerman 358-4542 prices 1.25 amp up 118 West 3rd. Ramsay bldg it. I Hope so. Dear Ann Landers Nineteen months ago my sister fell and broke her hip. She had been widowed the year before and we Felt sorry for her. My Angel wife suggested that we invite Nellie to recuperate in our Home. Nellie went Back to work nine months ago but she Hasni to said one word about moving out. She sublet her own apartment when she was hospitalized. The people Are still in it and Nellie is still a a a guest in our Home. I done to want to sound Petty but Nellie has not paid us a cent for room or Board although she collects $130 a month from her tenants and makes a Nice salary. In a sick of having a permanent non paying Boarder and so is my wife. On three occasions in be started to speak to Nellie about moving but my wife interrupts and changes the subject. She is too soft hearted for her own Good. What a More my wife had developed migraine headaches because she keeps everything bottled up. Please Ann Tell me what to myself dear beside yourself its up to you to Tell Nellie she must give her tenants notice because she is moving Back to her own place. If your Angel wife tries to change the subject done to allow it keep talking. The barnacle i mean guest is your sister and its up to you to get rid of her. Dear Ann Landers our 22-year-old daughter Rosemary is engaged to a Fine Young Man. Religion has always meant a great Deal in our family and we Are unhappy that Barney is not of our Fath. We have never mentioned one word to Barney about accepting our religion. In a sorry i can to say the same about his parents. They have been working on Rosemary from the Day they met her. She now worships at both places a one week she goes with us the next week with Barney and his folks. My husband believes Barney should do the same. He wants to discuss it with him. I say no. What do you say a Plainfield tug of War dear tug in a with you. Barney would have volunteered to worship with you if he had wanted to. Its bad enough that your daughter is being pressured by his parents. Done to add to the problem by pressuring him. Confidential to something up his sleeve like what his Arm sorry but i invest another dime with a Man who had failed to deliver As Many times As he. A. Impartial 0 vote for James h. Willis Democrat for assessor of Jasper county to. Your vote and your support appreciated efficient a sincere p4. Pol. Adv. Carthage press sat., september 19, 1970�?p-3 letters to the editor Lions bulb Sale a mayor John c. Sheldon left purchases a package of Light bulbs from Ron Peterson chairman of this years sight fund drive for Carthage Lions club. Peterson announced the annual door to door Sale of the $2 a thank you packages will be held wednesday and thursday night. The package contains two 60-Watt, two 75-Watt and four 100-Watt Light bulbs. The Money is used to finance the Lions club sight fund. Rare Talent Brilliant guitarist. Rock musicians mourn death of Hendrix by Ann Hencken associated press writer new York apr a the was a Good Friend of mine and i will miss him a Singer Janis Joplin said when told of guitarist Jimi Hendrix death in London Friday. And she cried. Rock musicians across the country mourned the loss of a rare Talent and a Brilliant guitarist. A the was an said miss Joplin from a California recording studio. A the made everyone in the music business aware that the Public was ready for and really wanted free Musi fifth District Wei veterans hold meeting fifth District veterans of world War i and auxiliary held a quarterly convention last saturday at the american legion Hall Bolivar. The Bolivar auxiliary served a covered dish luncheon. A joint meeting of the District men and auxiliary was conducted by Walter Ritter Neosho fifth District commander. It was voted to hold future meetings the second saturday of january april july and october. The next meeting will be saturday Jan. 9 at Monett. Members of the Jasper county Barracks 1067 and auxiliary attending were or. And mrs. George Ritchie or. And mrs. Fred Gearheart mrs. Price Hancock mrs. Alf Meares mrs. Fred Doerge and mrs. Pauline brow. Cal expression. He showed them that it Wasny to just delusion. It was a British musician John Mayall called Hendrix contribution a the cat was definitely the main Man a said drummer buddy Miles formerly with Hendrix band of gypsies and now Leader of the buddy Miles band. Hendrix 27, was found in a coma in a London apartment rented by 23-year-old Minika Hannermann a Beautiful German blonde. A postmortem examination was scheduled today followed by a coroners inquest probably monday. Erie Burdon former Lead Singer with the group called the animals and a Friend of Hendrix said a fall i know is that he had taken some sleeping Burdon added that miss Hannermann had found Hendrix in a coma and called the ambulance. She was taken to the Home of friends and put under sedation. Hendrix made his last Public appearance at a London jazz club wednesday night. A we had been trying to Contact him for three Days but could not a said one of the singers British agents. A it was very unlike him. He was usually very Hendrix who featured wild music swivelling hips and an unruly afro hairstyle once said he used drugs but had outgrown them. A the drug scene. Was opening up things in Peoples minds giving them things that they just handle a he had said. A Well music can do that you know and you done to need any he played to standing room audiences in Europe and the United states and made such recording hits As a they Joe a a purple Haze a a burning of the Midnight lamp and a band of the average person refers to North on a map As but residents of Maine still Call their Rocky coastline Down East. The term is a carry Over from sailing Days when ships from Maine sailed upwind to Boston then coasted Home before southwesterly winds on a a downhill run a a according to the National geographic society. Register How if you Are not registered to vote registration deadline is oct. 5 James h. Willis county assessor pm. Pol. Adv. Want to crush the smoking habit amazing help will be Given sat. And Sun. Nights 7 30 . City Park by the Public Library a movies i in 20.000" you lose i i i take a tip from us. Rent receipts done to save you Money. Money that could be building an equity in a Home of your own. Every monthly payment while lowering your loan balance increases your Stop losing today and make the move to a Home of your own. Home Loans readily available. See us today Jasper county savings amp loan association chartered 1887 deplores attitude editor press on the editorial Page of the St. Louis Post dispatch aug. 25 edition there appeared an editorial entitled tile Angela Davis Case. In it the statement was made that the fact that miss Davis was a communist and a Black militant was not sufficient reason for dismissing her from the faculty of the University of California one of the Foremost educational institutions in the United states. And that the further fact that she had been charged with murder was not reason for dismissal. It seems to me that this attitude which May be taken As the official attitude of one of the outstanding newspapers in this country is a Clear indication of one of the reasons Why this nation is on the rapid Road to ruin As it clearly is. Both the communist party and the Black militants have As their avowed objective the Over throw of this country by Force both groups Are attempting to do this both groups Are making alarming Progress in this Effort. Both As a communist and As a Black militant Angela Davis is committed to this objective. It is to be presumed that As a faculty member at the University of California she would use her position among both faculty and students to convert them to the principle of the Over throw of this country by violent Means entailing the destruction of property and of lives in the process. For the state of California through the medium of its state University to pay Angela Davis a substantial salary which will enable her to maintain herself and to give her a Public forum from which she can advocate the Over throw of the state of California and of All other states would be sheer incredible Folly. For a person or a state to thus assist in its own destruction is unthinkable. The Issue Here is not As was stated in the Post dispatch editorial whether belief in a political principle is ground for dismissal but whether an avowed intent to destroy the state is sufficient. And Angela Davis simply by reason of membership in the communist and Black militant parties is guilty of treason. Section 3, article 3 of the Constitution of the United states reads a treason against the United states shall consist Only in levying War against them or in adhering to their enemies giving them Aid and confort. Certainly by advocating the Over throw of this country Angela Davis is giving a said and Conforty to other nations which have exactly this objective. The editorial in the Post dispatch goes on to state that the fact that this woman has been indicted for the crime of murder is not sufficient reason to dismiss her because she is presumed to be innocent until she had been proved to be guilty. This is a Correct statement of a Legal technicality but indictment for a major crime carries with it a Strong supposition of guilt and How effective would Angela Davis be teaching a group of students while under indictment for murder if membership in the communist and Black militant parties indictment for murder and being guilty of treason is not sufficient cause for dismissal from the faculty of the University it is difficult to know what would be. The writer of the Post dispatch editorial states that the fact that she has become a fugitive is sufficient. The a a sufficiency was reached Long before that period in her career. Tolerance is a virtue up to a Point but beyond that Point it becomes a dangerous and deadly vice. The United states with respect to communists Black militants Black panthers and Many other groups has Long since passed the Point of rational toleration and has permitted activities which if allowed to continue will be our certain destruction. And i believe that we will permit these activities to continue because we have become so confused and perverted in our thinking so enmeshed in maudlin sentimentality with regard to a the rights of criminals and have been so led astray by our courts that Clear thinking and direct action on this matter seems impossible. The image of this nation by the year 2000, May Well be a group of Long haired physically filthy youths seated on a Gigantic Heap of rubble leering at the world and smoking pot. Hugh p. Williamson Fulton to. Shop press ads daily r or. I or. Quick double cheeseburger special 2 charbroiled 100% beef patties 2 slices of melted cheese served Between a toasted Bun with Choice of Catsup Mustard Pickle onion. 3 double cheeseburgers bring your own chair. 1409 s. Main 358-4018 save 20 Reg. �?~1.65 Friday saturday sunday sept 18, 19, 20 n or. Quick i.�?�,�?�$-< a 358 6464 Mound amp Garrison Carthage. To

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