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Carthage Press (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Carthage, Missouri Fragile footing a Robert Foshay 1630 South main moves cautiously while working on the Glass greenhouse roof at Florette florists and greenhouse 1608 South Maple. A postal employee Foshay utilized part of his vacation time to assist with the repair Job designed to ready the greenhouse for the autumn season. Sense of values that youths can identify discourages disorders Madison wis. A a sound sense of values with which the younger generation can identify discourages Campus disorders the University of Wisconsin police chief says. Ralph Hanson the Campus chief for nearly six years said the older generation May be partly responsible for the seeds of unrest because it has failed to provide youngsters with a reliable a a sense of values of reason order and in a speech for the Madison press club Hanson said student unrest is a result of War racial discrimination irrelevance of curriculum and institutional opposition to change. There is Little which individual administrators can do a with assurances to guarantee the peace and Tranquility of a particular Campus particularly if it is an Urban one like Madison a he said. A tile push to utilize the Campus As a staging ground for social Reform can be debated but probably cannot be deterred a Hanson said. The use of police a in some circumstances and under some conditions can turn a Calm Day into an angry confrontation a he added. Hanson said the University itself May contribute to student unrest because of an a authoritarian formal and paternalistic attitude toward a it seems Clear even to a casual observer that most of the important Campus decisions Are made largely on the basis of who has the most Power a Henson commented. A when Power is concentrated in formal authoritarian structures More and More people within the institutional will be dissatisfied a he said. Before student unrest can be expected to disappear Hanson said universities must a become More relevant to the current issues of the Day a and a larger segment of society must be brought into school. Man found unconscious Olathe ran. Apr a 50-year-old Desoto ran., Man was found unconscious with two Bullet wounds in his Chest in the Wilder Community in Rural Johnson county sunday. The Man Augustine Gomez was listed in serous condition at the Shawnee Mission Hospital. Sgt. Fred Tush sheriffs detective said a .45 Caliper automatic pistol was found three feet from Gomez. A spent Shell was on the ground and a second was in the guns firing chamber. Tush said he was looking for three Young men who sought help after finding Gomez. The three had left before officers arrived. Fire damages Church East St. Louis in. A a fire at St. Phillips Catholic Church sunday night burned the altar and adjoining gymnasium. Msgr. John t. Fournie said the fire apparently started in an electrical switch Box of the Sacristy. Six fire companies had the Blaze under control in about an hour. Damage was estimated at about $50,000. It was the third fire in 14 years at the Church. In 1965 the Church was gutted. A fire in 1956 destroyed the previous Church. Homeowners insurance see Beimdiek Agency advertisement 1-26-tf . Student suffers severe Burns in fire Lawrence ran. A Kathryn Rihm 17, a student from Chanute ran., was injured sunday in a fire that caused extensive damage to a three Story apartment Complex near the University of Kansas Camus. Firemen said 29 residents of the building were taken Down ladders to safety. Cause of the Blaze was not determined. Miss Rihm suffered first second and third degree bums. She was taken to the . Medical Center in Kansas City where she was reported in critical said she was overcome by heat and smoke while descending stairs from her third floor apartment. Four other students were treated for minor injuries and smoke inhalation at the student Hospital. Government employees Denver apr the Colorado Public expenditure Council a privately financed Agency says nearly one in every five persons employed in Colorado works for Federal state county or City governments. Carthage press monday. September 28. 1970�?p-3 Ann Landers dear Ann Landers it has taken me a Long time to write this letter. Years perhaps. But now i am ready. I was always considered mature and highly intelligent for my age. My grades were excellent i was one of the prettiest girls in any crowd. Whatever i wanted i got. This was the face i presented to the world. Inside i was a different person restless unsure of myself and i trusted no one. My parents had both been married several times they were heavy drinkers and constantly at War with each other. People often remarked a is no to it extraordinary that with her hectic family life she is so Well adjusted a Well adjusted at age 15 i was on drugs. All kinds of junk. At 17 i was pregnant. Luckily i had a miscarriage and my parents never knew. At 18 i married a real nut. He was a Speed Freak with a violent temper. One night he beat me up so severely i was convinced if i did no to divorce him head kill me. It was my lawyer who changed my life. He told me if i did no to get professional help id end up at the Bottom of the Hudson River. In be been seeing a professional analyst for Only a few weeks but i now understand Why my life has been such a mess. I now know that my father is an alcoholic and my Mother is As sick As he is. I know too that its up to me to Stop looking for scapegoats and to make something of my life. For years in be been Reading your advice. A get professional help a a see a psychiatrist a Etc. I thought you were copping out but i realize now How right you were. If i Hadnot waited so Long to get professional help i have All these scars at age 19. A respectfully . Dear . Done to Knock the scars Honey. They can do More for you than medals. I appreciate your letter and thank you for writing. Dear Ann Landers i think it is Rotten the Way fruity woman hating designers have conspired with the greedy manufacturers to lower the hemlines. Aside from the fact that the mid calf skirts Are ugly and anti feminine they Are uncomfortable a Hazard to driving and difficult to walk in. Worse yet the a new look has made millions of dollars Worth of wardrobe obsolete and the average woman cannot Effort to throw out everything in her closet and Start again. I Hope you will do what you can to urge american women to refuse to buy the Long look. If enough women leave these monstrosities on the Racks the style setters will get the forever dear min thanks for writing. Here a another Point of View dear Ann Landers thank god the mini is out and decency is in. I am an executive Secretary age 26 and i might add my legs Are Good. I wore my skirts four inches above the knee because it was considered the a a in thing but i am delighted to see the mini pass out of the picture. Every time f say Down i worried about what was showing. My hosiery Bills were murder. Now with longer skirts and boots ill save a Fortune. In be discovered i can use most of my minis by wearing them As tunics Over a longer skirt. For the first time in four years i feel like a lady. And if the Guys done to whistle a so what. Let Mem guess. A relieved at Ford dealers cars keep getting. For Success minded people Dale Carnegie course effective speaking memory classes now forming for information phone or write Joe n. Freeman area manager 417-624-4654 . Box592 Joplin to. 64801 human relations training to ways the Dale Carnegie course will help men amp women a new self Confidence and poise a speak effectively a sell yourself and your ideas Aee your Best with any group a hem Ember names a think and speak on your feet a control Faar and worry a be a better conversationalist a develop your hidden abilities a win that better Job a More income Dale Carnegie courses presented by Abbott associates smaller roomier All new Pinto the Little Carefree car. $1919. 25 mpg. 75 horsepower. Saves big on Gas service costs. New 4-door Maverick now the simple machine gets two extra doors. This is our family Economy car. Stronger quieter new Ford Torino Ford Torino a unitized construction gives you More strength with less weight. New big Ford since 1970, even the Ford galaxies 500 is closer in design to the quiet Ltd. A manufacture dry a suggested retail pried. Whit Alda Walla $30 decant option $60 Adalar Prapa Rallon Chapai of any transportation state and local taxes not included. Now on display at. Of Ford inc. Carthage Missouri 64836 f. O. Box 417 417-358-4077 store hours week Days 9 to 5 30 fridays 9 to 8 30 prices effective tuesday wednesday while quantities last too it. 9 Inch paper plates 140 it Viva paper napkins dinner size 50 it. Astern us a no Quot Cowam a by a.,. C�4 am he a hot or cold foam Thermo cups to 20 of. Family size listerine twin pack kleenex towels Golden to Quot 4 Roll pack toilet tissue 3p amp a i t i it Golden Quot to Quot Toni shampoo or Creme permanents i rinse in Prell liquid shampoo 11.5 of

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