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Marie Flores Women: Added Spice From Page 1-B can picket close enough to speak to someone while he keeps on working. They give their opinions and you ~ are very friendly. Only very often they are not very friendly." ; "Your feet hurt, and there is the heat," said Miss Rlfo. "But mostly it'is the abuse you get. They spit in your face and they pick up dust and throw at you. When you are nonvi-,.- olent, you have to take a lot of abuse." , , ., Sanchez, the man who compares the women with hot chili peppers, said, "They are very strong women who wpr.k here and they should have a very strong voice in the union.'.' He described how Mrs. Huerta, a vice president, the sole female on the board and chief negotiator, has been so successful as a labor organizer. "She is one kind of woman who can out-think a man. Growers hate to negotiate with her. She knows more about the ranch than they do." Sanchez is the official photographer for the union newspaper "El Malcriado." Recently he had a request for a large portrait of Mrs. Huerta from the prisoners at Tehachapi. "They wrote me they wanted a portrait of Delores -- and, also, Cesar Chavez. Usually, it's the other way around. I am making a big one for their meeting room. They think she is a great Mexican woman." - THE FRESNO BEE City Takes Battery Charger -Someone walked away with a battery charger valued at $250 from Steve's Chevron station at 3805 N. Hughes' Ave., sheriff's deputies reported. Beauty Pageant Training for 3-6, 7-12, and 13-17 year olds. By Coleman's of Californiam We also teach Tap, Ballet, Baton, Hula, and Boys Turn- Monday, September 7, 1970 . 7-B e w s In Brief New Director--Dr. 0. J. Burg- Joins Hospital Board -- Dr. er, dean of the Fresno State Henry F. Fricker, chairman of Health College School of Agricultural Sciences, was elected western regional director of the National Association of Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture at the group's conference in Champaign-Urbana, 111. Window Shades -- In stripes, textures and burlap designs, bling. Call 291-4344 or 227-0444 W ith matching fringed-scallops or register Saturday, Septem- and valances. Custom fitted to ber 12, 1-4 p.m. in our beautiful your windows. Free estimates new studio at 4645 N. Cedar be- in your Home or stop in and tween Gettysburg and Shaw of the Department Science at Fresno State College, has been elected to the board of trustees of the Sierra Hospital Foundation. Highest prices paid for wrecked cars and pickups. Prefer 1960 to 19G5 models. Bauer's Wrecking. 233-450G (adv. Elected To Post--Dr. E. Smarden, Fresno S t a t e College professor of home economics and assistant dean in the School of Professional Studies, has been named chairman-elect of the family relations and child development section of the California Home Economics Association. He also was chosen as the association's representative to t h e California Council on Children and Youth. Gloria Soto Helen Help Us! There Is No Room For His Hypocrisy By Helen Bottel Dear Helen: Our son, 28, was tricked into marriage by a woman who said she was pregnant. She turned out all bad. Now they're getting a divorce. He has found someone who is right for him -- and he moved in with her and her three children. I like this woman. The kids are wonderful -- just what I'd want in grandchildren. There will be a marriage as soon as my son is free. Meanwhile, this is a cheaper and much happier way of living. The mother needs help with her tiny ones, my son needs someone to take care of him. My husband violently disapproves. He will have nothing to do with any of them, including our son, as he says they are living in sin. All I can see is that they are happy, and why wait until a silly law says so? As soon as they are legally married, my husband expects to be friends again. He' yells "adultery," but I say this is hypocrisy.--Which (adv.) One week only. Any 2 only $14.95. New Dry rooms Foam your Home or stop see our displays. Custom Colors, 840 Blackstone Ave. Ph. 233-17P7. (adv.) Severance School of Dncc -- First to Shelburne's for the latest in school supplies. Slide rules, Binders and Drafting. Supplies. 1133 Fultonm Mall, 268-8444. Validated (adv.) Method extracts dirt from car- enrolling new classes for all Now Open -- Corral Coffee Shop at the El Rancho Motel. B r e a k f a s t businessmen's parking, lunch, dinner. Banquet or meeting rooms. Corner Oljve and No. Motel Drive, (adv.) pets -- free moth proofing. Call now for appointment, 227-0267, Fresno Carpet Cleaners, (adv.) ages. Ballet, Tap, Mod jazz r.rid pre-school. 1401 Wishon, 237-8725. (adv.) A t t e n d s Conference -- Dr. Thc Greatest Advertising audi- George B. Kauffman, professor encc in t n e San j oa quin Valley j s the 392,000 people who live in the homes that receive The Drill Is Missing -- An electric drill, worth $70 was taken from the home of Howard Mahan at 6665 W. Shaw Ave., sheriff's deputies said. You'll Find Fresno's Best Bargains advertised in The Fresno Bee today and every day. (adv.) n a class by itself M/I S S USE YOUR BANKAMERICARD OR WASTER CHARGE AT. LARRY WHITE LARRY WHITE'S FAMILY SHOES Store Hours 9:30-5:30 3038 No. Cedar- cornerof Shields Ph. 227-6585 Dear Which: ,. Technically: The first; but I agree with you -there's hypocrisy in your husband's attitude. If he likes his son and future daughter-in-law well enough to be friends after the ceremony, how can he ostracize them now, for an adult decision that affects no one vitally but themselves? Your son had- better be sure, however, that his present arrangement doesn't affect divorce proceedings.--H. Dear Helen: With millions of youngsters trekking to school for the first time, I thought this little gem might be worth repeating. It was sent anonymously to the National Family Opinion Service. Inc., Toledo, Ohio. · · My son starts school tomorrow. It's going to be strange and new to him for a while. And I wish you would sort of treat him gently. You see, up to now, he's been king of the roost. He's been boss of the backyard. I have always been around to repair his wounds and to soothe his feelings. But now -- things are going to be different. He's going to walk down the front steps, wave his hand and start on his great adventure that will probably include wars and tragedy and sorrow. To live his life in the world he has to live in will require ' faith and love and courage. So, world, I wish you would take him by his young hand and teach him the things he \vill have to know. Teach him . . . but gently, if you can. He will have to learn, 1 know, that all men are not just, that all men are not true. . : · . -. - - ' - · ' . ' . /'"V ..Teach him..that. for' every scoundrel there is a hero : --',fqr : every crooked .politician there is :a" dedicated leader.".---: -'that" for every enemy there is a friend. - · vLet..'him learn 'early 'that the bullies are the easiest pe'ple. to lick..., -* : ' ;; "v ·-. ' · . ' - , ; ; ; ''·:":'··.'·''::·'·: ^Teath him the wonders of books. Give him. quiet time io ponder tlie eternal mystery of birds in the sky, bees in the sun and flowers on the green hill. Teach him that it is far more honorable to fail than to cheat. Teach him to have faith in his own ideas, even if everyone else tells him they are wrong. Try to give my son the strength not to follow the crowd when everyone else is jumping on the bandwagon. Teach him to listen to all men, but to filter all he hears on a screen of truth and to take only the good that comes through. Teach him to sell his brawn and brains to highest bidder, but never to put a price on his heart and soul. Teach him to close his ears on a howling mob -- and to stand and fight if he thinks he's right. ' ' · Teach him gently, world, but don't coddle him, because . only the test of fire makes fine steel This is a big order, world, but see what you can do. He's such a nice little fellow.--Anonymous fit mo, Klna Features Syndicate, Inc. of chemistry at Fresno State College, will preside at the sessions of the Division of the Fresno History of .Chemistry, held as (adv.) part of the 160th national meet-, ing of the American Chemical Society in.Chicago, 111., .Sept. 13-18. He is chairman of the division. Bee every weekday. Donald R. Von Berg, DOS., announces the removal of his office to Suite A, 237 W. Shields, 222-8926. (adv.) Degrees Awarded---Advanced degrees awarded by the University of Illinois at its recent summer session included a master of science to Angelo A. Casaburri of 1913 W. Cornell Ave., and a master of arts to Boneita Lee Strieker .of 3410 E. Weldon Ave. OPEN LABOR DAY, 8 a 9 p.m. Adults 51.90, Children under 12, SI.65." Park Barber Shop, 1144 N., First. (First Olive) (adv.) ' Nationally advertised JerMarai lingerie, lounge wear and hostess wear announces their summer sale. All garments discounted 15% to 25% -- Call 255-2754. (adv.) ' Neat Fainting--free estimate, , 0 low prices, Ph. 233-8674. (adv.) 4 C's College will have girls Aleen has just returned from market with lots of back- to-sdibol dresses, sizes 5-16. The styles, colors and fabrics available in September for Mother's Helpers or Baby Sitting. Room and Board plus Yamaha music classes now eri- ' rolling, ages 4 to 8. Piano : classes, ages 8 to 12. Call Ste-'··'· phenson-Bradford Music School; 222-870-1. (adv.) '", Sent To Thailand -- .lose El · Lara, son of Mrs. Maria G. Lara of 360 W. Spruce Ave., Pinedale, has been assigned to U-Ta'pao Airfield in Thailand as an air freight specialist. He previously served at Cam Ranh Bay Airbase in Vietnam. Two Win Promotions -- Bernardo S. Lopez, husband of Mrs. Maria L. Lopez of 450 C St., was promoted to lance _ . . ' . , , ! . . ·. corporal and Robert A. Dress- Skindivtag cUsses now form- lar, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. TM F ° r «gn-up and informa- small salary. Call Mrs. Grid- are beautiful. The savings are Dresslar of 5553 N. Winchester tion Cil " Dan Amos ' Mid-Valley ley, 233-4516. (adv.) tremendous when you purchase Ave., was promoted to corporal in Vietnam where both are salesman's samples. Come in. Fresno's New Coleman's Of Be our guest and let us help serving with, the First Marine ialifornia Children's Dance- you select your new fall cam- Division. pus dresses. House of Samples, 729 E. Olive, (adv. Baton-Modeling-Studio Registration will be on Saturday, September 12th, 1 to 4 p.m. $2.50 enrollment fee plus lesson fee will be due. 4645 N. Cedar It's Valley Office Equipment Company for repair of all between-Shaw and Gettysburg-makes and models of desks, in the new Kelly-Moore Paints 'files and chairs. Also ask about our- large selection of used office equipment. 264-2891 at 1417 Shopping, Center. 'Ph. 291-4344 or 227-0444. (adv.) Will See Game -- Knjghts of Columbus Coimc-'ii 840 is sponsoring a bus t r i p to the San Francisco Giants-Los Angeles -Fulton Street. Call or ask .Herb Kelly, (adv.) ' · for Man Is Robbed -- George M. Barnes, 24, of Bakersfield, told Close Outs! 19fi9 Room Air conditioners, terrific buys, $99.95 up. Ruschhaupt's, 1470 N. Van Ness, (adv.) Quick Guaranteed Service on home pest problems. Call Delk Pest Control, 268-6155. (adv.) Legal Problems sometimes get bigger if neglected, if you need a lawyer and do not have one, call Attorney Reference Ser- Sports Center, 5350 N. Blackstone (just north of Shaw). Fresno, 'ph. 224-3212. (adv.) Young married couples. Do you want to buy a car with no down payment? Do you want to establish your credit? Call Mr. Finance 291-2965 Dlr. (adv.) LS Market has a new supply o f . Levis priced from $4.98 to .?6.98. Old Hiway 99 at Maple Ave. Ph. 264-6495. (adv.) 14-Karat p i e r c e d car rings, $9.95 with purchase, we will Dodgers bass'iall game Sun- police two men who had picked VJce 501 Mason Bide 264-0137 P ier ce your ears free, safe and ,,,,,, Th. -,,K:;, « iTM^.. hini llp near Delano.; as he "was and ' nave a-half-hour'xonsulta- P a i n l f s ', TMTM* M °S, r^T i- hitshh lr nir T-nltK*;! 1 I-,;,,-, o( · . · . . _· · . . - . · · v . · Jpwp « I9.l Fn trm Mnl Ph: clay. The public is ticket info:-n;a:bn may be.pp.- hitchhiking robbed, h i n i ; - a t taiiied by calling Stan-ley Bos . k n i f e p o i n t ' in the a't'299-7930. , ' ' ' ''·'.'.' '"'""'"'East''Shawn"" Jones Window Shades, same put him put.ofthe car. He said gnow Sl^iis on sale, Woods ; same location,.J274 ,N,,,.they t66k'''$9-In''cashi ? and a'suit-'^^als'-iind 'gias'l'sTiiis!''Save 2: ^^^gtt^ari^nged^p'an^ltorney ^TM^ 'j^ 1 Jewels, U21 Fulton Mall. Pli;= JFre'sno"St. : , since ,1921. (ady.). case. 25 per cer cent, J970 models. Herb Bauer, 1316 ' Blackstone. Open evenings and Sundays, (adv.) Boy's Town. Fresno's only Golfers: Our loss is your gain. boys' store. Large selection of women's wear at cost. All la- djes shoes $12.95. Lightweight Diamonds Bought, Alcap In- the latest fashions for back to Genealogical Society -- "Adventures in Research" will be the subject of the Fresno Genealogical Society's meeting from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the genealogy section of the Fresno County Free Library. . . , school. Buy your boys clothes stee] and aluminum shaft golf vestment Co 1302 Wishon Ph Vlsllors are welcome where they specialize . Slim, c i ubs _30, 40, and 50% off. 120 268-8I5J. Office hours 11 a.m. regular or husky ... Use your pair of golf shoes with lifetime ( af j v v BankAmericard or * * - · - · - - ·- M a s t e r Charge. Open Friday evening, 237-7780, 737 E. Olive. (Tower District, (adv.) Removes Tools -- William Kochergen of Madera told deputies eye glasses and car tools worth $257 were taken from his car while it was parked at 4640 S. Cherry Ave. Dry Cleaning Special. All wearing apparel two for the price of one'. Lamoure's Clean-, ing Centers. Seven locations, (adv.) : spikes. $20.95. Now at Riverside Golf Course, Fresno- Herndon and Oid 99. (adv.) Sorina School Russian B a l l e t Specialist all Dance Forms 227-3791. Enroll n o w 268-3948 (adv.) Loot Home -- Gerald T. Turnmire of Fowler told deputies thieves "broke into his home and took guns, a radio, a watch and shop tools valued at $l,,p35. Gets Silver Wings -- Second Lt. Levon Hambarzumian, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hambar- zumian of 511 E. Bullard'Ave., has been awarded his silver pilot wings upon graduation at Laredo Air Force Base in Texas. He has been assigned to Travis Air Force Base to fly the C-133 Cargomaster airplane. New tempo for your decorating in the dashing spirit of Spain! FLAMENEB this week open fri. nite 7 to9 SPECIAL PRICES! Here's furniture to sel a new theme for your rooms in romonlic Spanish style. Design motifs ore taken from the flamboyant Baroque period and magnificently crafted. That majestic Baroque scroll deep-carved in doors is like a'sculptured work of art. Metalwork embellishments are lavish -burnished post straps, hinge plates, escutcheon plates with antique verdigris finish. Veneers are pecan; solids are pecan and other premium hardwoods; the Dowry finish is warm and glowing. Carvings are executed in solid pecon, except the shell motif of the spindle bed which is simulated wood. There's so much excitement in the Flamenco collection; we recommend you see it right owoy! Come today! FREE PARKING, WE VALIDATE ALL CITY PARKING LOT TICKETS furniture carpets, draperies 1332 fulton mall buy on ens/ terms, 90 days -- taih . SINCE 1922 four floors of finer furniture phone 233-7253 Raymond E. Baker, DOS, announces the opening of his. office at 1257 R St., Fresno; for practice of restorative den- J o h n E. Peckler, MD, announces the relocation of his office for general practice to tistry _ Ph 485.9962 for appoint- 1069 N. Fulton, hours 9 a.m.-5 men i fadv ^ p.m. .237-0828, (adv.) ' Dancing Lessons under direction of Miss Denise. Register 439-1733 anytime. Sunday, week I10W Cornbina ti on Tap and Bal- days from 6 to. 8 a.m. or 6 to 9 ]et dasses _ ages 4I/ , and up _ Call 237-0936 or 25W714 between 9 a.m. and 12 noon or 227-0533 between 6 and 9 p.m. Wanted Thompson Grapes ph. p.m. evenings, (adv.) Assigned To Ship -- CPO Theodore 0. Terry, son of Mrs. Mabel Terry of 2327 W. Floradora Ave., has. been assigned tricSf manuals. Rentals all to duty aboard the auxiliary ma k es . S ee our back-to-school ship USS Compass Island in spec ials from low priced -stu- (adv.) Typewriters new, used. Elec- the. Atlantic. Close Outs! Maytag Washers at terrific savings. haupt's, 1470 N. Van (adv.) Esther Martinez Is now at Beau-T Beauty Salon. 1827 E. Dakota. Ph. 227-5522. (adv.) Ness. dent practice models to top quality office models. Also when buying a new portable, carefully read factory guarantee, particularly regarding labor guarantee, then, compare with Allied's written guarantee. Allied Typewriters Co., Easy 2448 Tulare (corner 0) parking, 237-3864. (adv.) Nelly Don Headquarters washables, 14/r24y 2 also Herbert c(ose Ou ts! 1969 KitchenAid Levy .fashions. Gay 20 Fash- Dishwashers at terrific sav ions, 835 Fulton Mall, (adv.) 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(corner 0) r Ray Hill, DOS., announces the removal of his office to Suite B, 237 W. Shields, Ph. 222-8926. (adv.) Your family will enjoy being served Table Service Style 7 days a week at the Tropicana, 4061 N. Blackstone. (adv.) Ray Hill DDS anrounces the removal of his office to Suite B 237 W. Shields. Ph. 22-8926, (adv.) Stop Burglary Entry -- Ace Alarms, 237-1932. (adv.) Jimmy Powell Dance Studio enrolling for fall classes -- new classes for all ages. Minimum 3 years old. Tap and Ballet are essential for rhythm and poise. Ph. 227-95D8 or 266-7985. (adv.) Fresno Music Sale. RCA color RCA Stereo. Band instruments. Vox guitars Cedar · Shields, (adv.) Labor Day Toll Climbs To 450 ! From AP and DPI reports The Labor Day weekend , raffic death toll reached 450 today, the last day of the · 78-hour holiday period which i began at 6 p.m. Friday. California reported 47 deaths, Texas 36, Ohio 18, and Florida, Michigan and Wisconsin '17 each. The record number of deaths for the Labor Day weekend is 688, set in 1968. In 1969, there were 609 Labor Day traffic fatalities. I Hong Kong Police Probe Ferry Mishap HONG KONG (AP) -- Police are investigating the crash yesterday of a ferry into a seawall in Hong Kong Harbor that injured 50 passengers, including 11 children. Four persons remained in hospitals today listed in satisfactory condition. A passenger said many of the injured were waiting to get off when the ferry rammed the wall at high speed, and they fell against each other. Flying benches injured others, according to another passenger.