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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 9, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 6 the stars and stripes Friday february 9, i feb. 11- Burn Book and take care of House by Dick West Washington up just in time for the Valentine an leap year Market a Young woman named Jani Gardner has written a Book titled "365 ways to say ahem i love you " that ahem you see above is not part of the title. That was me Clearing my Throat to quote the publisher s Blurb what we have Here is a offbeat Little love manual designed to help you Tell that Man in your life How much demeans to you every Day of the seems to have been written primarily for married if they Aren t married they should be. Some of the entries Are a bit on the intimate Side. Ladies has your husband become a lackadaisical Lothario would you like to revitalize Romance Well if you take this Bookend follow its instructions faithfully for 365 Days i will practically guarantee that bythe end of the year you will be fact i doubt that the marriage will last past Are some of the recommended love gestures for that month april 9 learn to make Fried april 4 paint red hearts on his Golf or Tennis april 19 go for an evening walk with him in your local in most courts these will be accepted individually or collectively As evidence of incompatibility. Assuming your marriage has survived the Fried bananas the advice for May 22 is put a Lily of the Valley in his Toothbrush i submit a More appropriate love Token would be a bottle of Calamine lotion. He is going toned something to put on the Poison Ivy he picked up during the walk in the Woods. It in t until August that miss Gardner comes up with what i regard As a truly effective Means of abetting Romance aug. 7 get him a goldfish and name it after aug. 10 him witha karate jacket you made if he is like most husbands know he will need karate to defend himself against the i goldfish. One of the girls no but Kent d. Peter son is one of six men who enrolled this week at women s College Sarah Lawrence College previously for women Only. Next brawn at syn mawr up photo it s where the Bays Are Bronxville . Up the newly enrolled coed at Sarah Lawrence College smile through his Blond Mustache and asked what s All the fuss about Kent d. Peterson 20, of Evans ton 111., was one of six men to Register for classes tuesday atthe exclusive women s College Here. All the men and most of the579 women students were studiously casual about the school Experiment in co education de spite the reporters photographer Sand television Crews roaming across the Hilly suburban Campus. I wore a shirt and tie to make Good impression on the first Day of classes admitted Peter son a Transfer student from am Herst College but i la probably Wear Blue jeans they laugh the men were unanimous indenting that they came to Sarah Lawrence to be where the girls Are. All said they transferred to take courses not available a their own schools in film making music Urban planning creative writing and courses with such titles As the Litera Ture of Utopia and the Indian nor were the men particularly concerned with any possible embarrassment attached to their coed status. People Hea you go to Sarah teacher strike ends Portsmouth Ohio up classes have resumed Here for 6,300 students after a one Day strike by teachers Over wages. School supt. C. H. Duduit said the return to classes was the result of an agreement Between the Portsmouth Board of education and the Portsmouth City teach it association. Lawrence and they laugh shrugged William r. Forman 20, of new Rochere but the school will change its image As More men enrol. Forman transferred from Haverford College to study clarinet. Peter w. Hill 24, of Cam Bridge mass., said he feels a certain amount of distinction atthe Prospect of being a graduate of Sarah Lawrence. Hill dropped out of Kalamazoo College in Michigan and worked in the construction business be fore coming to Sarah Lawrence to study science and writing. Hewill not be the school s first Alum Nus. Some 40 men attended the College after world War ii and others have taken courses thereof earned graduate degrees in the arts. Sarah Lou Sarah Lawrence known As Sarah Lou or Sassy was founded 40 years ago. It costs$3,550 a year to attend but Sarah Lawrence nevertheless had 1,286applications for its freshman class last fall. Only 189 were accepted. Many of the men beginning classes this week were similarly Cream of the crop students. Mostof them attended prestigious men s colleges for two years. I addition to Peterson Forman and Hill they were Frank n. Cobb 20, of Towson,md., a Transfer student from Wesleyan College in Connecticut Richard a. Mccombs 21, of Akron Ohio from Amherst an Robert p. Lamm 20, of mount Vernon ., from Yale University. The six Are living in their own dormitory perking House a converted private Home amid the Tudor style mansions colonial Homes and red Brick dorms where the girls live. Agents feared except for one woman student who said she feared the men might be undercover narcotic agents the girls seemed Blase about their new classmates an strolled across the Campus in dungarees capes and boots a usual. One girl seeing a passing Man leaned out her window at Dudley Lawrence dormitory and called hey what Are you studying when the Man answered that he wanted to make films she shouted great i m a it was the b e g i n n i n g of Beautiful old school tie. Arsenic murderer of 5 in family found insane Cordele a. A Youthful grandmother j a h i e Lou Gibbs who admitted feed ing arsenic to five members of her family was declared insanely a jury wednesday and committed to a state mental Hospi jury s findings ruled out a trial for the 35-year-old woman on charges of murdering her son Roger l. Gibbs 19, but she could face trial on the charges in the future if Ever adjudge Dsane. Two other sons a grandson and the accused woman s Hus band died within the past two years. Superior court judge Williaml. Mcmurray immediately directed attorneys to prepare an order committing the widow to Central state Hospital at Milledgeville for confinement until her illness is was taken to the Hospital late wednesday by Crisp count sheriff Earlie e. Posy. Meaning jumbled or. Allen Turner Psychia Trist was the Only defense wit Ness. He said in a report read tothe jury that mrs. Gibbs suffered from a Type of schizophrenia and that life and death had no Normal meaning for her. Turner said that while the defendant told him she poisoned five members of her family including her son Roger she re fused to believe the boy was dead. The psychiatrist said she showed no sign of feeling guilty. It took the jury of 11 men Andone woman Only 40 minutes to Rule on mrs. Gibbs special plea of insanity. Suspicion arouse she was arrested two Days be fore Christmas last year after doctor became suspicious of the symptoms of Roger Gibbs ill Ness. A subsequent investigation showed the presence of arsenic in his body. Mrs. Gibbs husband Charle Clayton Gibbs 40, died Jan. 21, 1966. A son Melvin w. Gibbs Ohio to Check autos Columbus Ohio a anew state Law requires random inspection of Ohio s five million motor vehicles. The inspections will be made by the state High Way patrol. 18, died Jan. 23, 1967, and another son Marvin r. Gibbs 13, died aug. 23, 1967. Ronnie Gibbs infant son of Roger died oct. 7,1967 the same month ashis father. Sex Juk aides attack lbs Westmoreland Albany. . A two close associates of the late pres ident John f. Kennedy level attacks on what they termed the apathy of the american people and the incompetence of american military leadership i Vietnam. Arthur m. Schlesinger jr., appearing tuesday before the Al Bany chapter of the american society for Public administration said the military strategy in Vietnam has not been matched since general ouster lost to the in Utica former Kennedy aide Theodore c. Sorenson told a Din Ner gathering honouring Utica mayor Dominick Assaro that America s mood has change from enthusiasm under Kennedy to apathy under president John son. Sharp words Schlesinger historian and former presidential adviser had Sharp words of criticism for c. Westmoreland the . Commander in Vietnam. It makes me sorry to thin that the lives of thousands of american boys Are being entrusted every Day to a Man of his judgment. Abraham Lincoln who was absolutely ruthless in his firing of military leaders would have gotten rid of Westmoreland with in two Sorenson said that president Johnson is doing As Best he can1 and that we Are at fault forthe nation s indifferent attitude. We complain when problem Saren t solved overnight he said. We Don t have the enthusiasm the idealism the spirit we had under president to g o

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