The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on April 26, 1976 · Page 2
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PERSONALITY PLUS By ROBIN ADAMS SLOAN Margaret: The story Is bwnd to Sellers: Never wear purple, leak. Susan-. Looking for something : . : . ; . steady. $•:• Q: I'm always reading about actress Scsan George going •lib a different man aid anting trouble. What Is she, a ktmcvnecker? — w D Oakland, Calif. A: Susan, 25, is a dishy-looking sort whom you may remember in the movie "Straw Dogs" with Dustin Hoffman. Although she has been in some 16 films, none has been a smash. But she hopes to change ail that my moving to California and stepping up her career activity. Susan, who had a four-year affair with singer Jack Jones, hate? the hornewrecker image and is looking for a steady relationship. It probably won't be tennis biggie Jimmy Connors, whom she dated at Wimbledon last year because he is said to be going these days with former Miss World, .Varjorie Wallace. Q: I read somewhere that Peter Sellers has some rather odd quirks. What Is meant by this? - W.L, Wtlmijigton, Del A L It could refer to the fact that Sellers believes deeply in numerology, astrology and other offbeat psychic sciences. On the other hand it might have to do with Peter's terror of the color purple. Visitors to a Sellers movie set are always warned, not to wear anything purple in his vicinity. Q: Will tke true story of tie marriage of Princess Margaret and Lord Suowdon ever come out? - U.V., Independence, Mo. A: We suspect that royal pressures will keep the story pretty much suppressed but there is bound to be some leakage around the edges. German magazines have published what are purported to be letters of Princess Margaret and some further details of Lord Snowdon's life but these pages were torn from copies sold in England where libel laws are strict. New York's Viking Press has denied the widespread rumor that they had authorized Jackie Onassis, now one of their editors', to off er Snowdon $2 million for a book on his marriage. <J: Are coed dormitories a standard living arrangement In most U.S. colleges? — G.C, Portland, Me. A: The great majority of nonchurch-affiliated colleges now offer a wide choice of lifestyles but coed living is still being holly debated. The problems are most acute in all- women colleges like Wellesley in Massachusetts where 24-hour male visitation privileges are allowed. A Wellesley father has circulated a letter protesting that his daughter is in danger of being seduced into "sexual immorality" by the examples set by other students and their boyfriends. The father's protest has raised a huge furor at the school and as a result his daughter has been forced to temporarily move out of her dorm and seek shelter with a faculty couple. Hobin Adams Sloan welcomes questions from readers. While Sloan cannot provide individual answers, questions of general interest will be used in the column. Princess now out of hospital LONDON (AP) - "She is in very good nick (condition). She should be riding again within a few weeks," says the royal physician »bo tended Princess Anne after her recent riding accident. Dr. Richard Bayliss, physician to Anne's mother, Queen Elizabeth II, spoke with reporters Sunday at the King Edward VII! Hospital as Anne, looking pale and shaky, walked out unaided with her husband, Capt. Mark Phillips. The 25-year-old princess was admitted Wednesday after suffering a slight concussion and back injury during a riding competition when the horse she was riding threw her over a fence, then fell and rolled on her. Anne hopes to be selected as a member of Britain's equestrian team for the Olympic games in Montreal this summer. Fergus fills (Mi.) kinal Hon., April 26,1976 3 Exhibit opposed MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The exhibit of religious tapestries in the Hennepin County Government Center violates the 1st Amendment of the Constitution, an attorney for the Minnesota Civil Uberties Union (MCLU) says. Attorney Randall Tigue said Thursday the exhibit violates the U.S. Constitution because government space is being used for a religious purpose and no fee was charged for the space. Tigue asked the county board to prohibit such use of government space, which he contended was "subsidizing religion." The exhibit is sponsored Ly the Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches. 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ONE GROUP OF WOMEN'S PRINT BRAS, NOW REDUCED 50% SECOND FLOOR ACT III COORDINATE SPORTSWEAR Special offering in first quality Spring styles for women, hurry in, select now, save nowduring our fantastic savings event CUT 30 % LADY ARROW BLOUSE SPECIAL Regular $1.50 BATH TOWELS,NOW. 99* 50* Regular $3.35 Fieldcrest Discontinued -,« PATTERNS IN HAND TOWELS '2 Regular 65c Discontinued WASHCLOTHS, NOW PRICED Regular $1.4S Fieldcrest Discontinued WASHCLOTH PATTERNS, NOW 33 by 30-inch BLEACHED FLOUR SACKS, NOW . 99* 99' Tablecloths, Napkins, more GROUP OF LINENS .PRICED AS MARKED -.7 This is a truly money-savings event. AH first quality, all fresh merchandise, a special offering. Regular $17.00, now ...................... 99 Discontinued Patterns, Odds and Ends in CHINA, HOW REDUCED Assorted. Save more — 2 pairs $1.3? SUMMER SHEER IRREGULARS, PAIR Regular $5.00 KNIT FABRIC PANELS, NOW Prints and Sojid Colors, Regular $3.50 COTTON BLENDED FABRICS, YARD ....... Cotton-Dacron Polyester. Was $3.W yard BLENDED KNIT FABRICS, NOW YARD Regular H.05 a yard SUPER SUEDE MATERIALS, YARD Regular $5.00 NEEDUP01NT PICTURE KITS Regular $2.00 values MINI STITCHERIES, NOW PRICED Group of Notions and KNITTING, CROCHET BOOKS. CUT Choose from a selection BASKET OF YARNS, NOW SKEIN THEFABRICSHOP 50% 72 C $2*2 $ 3" $36? 50% $]49 BRAND NAME COORDINATES Now, you can select from this special group and save. Hurry for size and color selections. NOW SAVE ..................................... SECOND FLOOR (l GROUP Of WOMEN'S SHORT '•' AND UWG GOWNS, CUT 50 ;> GROUP OF WOMEN'S LOUNGEWEAR r A% H NOW SPECIALLY CUT *W GROUP OF JEANS AND SLACKS NOW THEY ARE CUT 50 30 GROUP OF WOMEN'S ROBES NOW THEY ARE CUT 45' GROUP Of GARLAND SPRING SPORTSWEAR ITEMS, CUT ONE GROUP Of ASSORTED TOPS.PRICED SECOND FLOOR 288ti799 Open Monday through Saturday from 9:30a.m. to 5-M p m EXCEPT Thursday when weare open until »:«p.m.for your convenience.

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