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August 20, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 5

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1»71 'Sim*? f matt Mtil · ··**» «M Wtttfr- Cereal Coupon Users to Be Repaid I SomoOii -AP WiretXwto BABY-SITTING CHORES INCLUDE BUYING TOYS John Knox Doesn't Look Like a Republican Baby Sitter BABY SITTER Job of 23-Year-Old Longhair Caring for GOP Children MIAMI BEACH, Fla.-W) With his mod clothes, mous- t t a c h e and oveMhe-shoulder blood hair, 23-year-old John publican National Convention. "So far, the youngest, one we have coming is a 4-month-old," Knox says. "We'll care for UlUUU I In II ; ^O~T^SII.^tf»V wv»»*» *»MV#» UM^W ·»*» ** *wu«r »^*» Knox isn't the kind of guy you'd kids up to 12 years of age. It's ' ; _*. A.1 TH._«_.. WlT*«ha* MA«. 4WhSw^ 4jt. luk -- 4b»M _. W»Wo-- picture as the Republican party's official baby sitter. But the University of Colorado education major says the GOP has room for longhairs as well as erewcuts, and the Republicans are more concerned with Ws ability to organize a child care center than with his looks, i Knox, from Denver, says he expects the center will care for about 100 children of delegates and Young Voters for the President here for the three-day Re- going to be more than · babysitting service. We're planning field trips to a bakery and museums, puppet shows and other things that will make It more school should He says he never had a male teacher in elementary and thinks more men teach in the lower grades. "Have you ever seen the reaction of kids when a man walk* into a female-dominated school system?" he asks. "They love to than just a pake where you see a man. They jump on him, ' ' ' --------- " "~ " warehouse kids to keep them out from underfoot." Knox says be wants to teach elementary school children because "there's no male Influence in early childhood education. Male interests, like sports, politics, aid fishing. New Books at Library ', Among the titles received last week at the Kanawha County Public Library: Fiction--Brickner, Bringing Down The House; Camus, A Happy Death; Carlson. The Mountain Of Truth; Culp, Oh, Valley Green; Davis, The Steps Of The Sun; Lee, Dr. Block And The Human Condition; Lipsky, Malpractice; Longstreet, The Pedlock Inheritance; Mills, Report To The Commissioner; Taylor, Drustan The Wanderer. Nonfiction--Abzug, Bella! Ms. Abzug Goes To Washington Bearden, Six Black Masters o American Art; Carter, My Years With Edgar Cayce; Davids, How To Talk To Birds And Christense, Bargelto Stitcbery; Darling, Worms; Elgin, The Ups And Downs Of Drugs; Erodes, The Sun Dance People; Tinlay, The Eatgood Revival; Hale, The Land And People Of Romania; Hamilton, W.E.B. )uBois; Hodges, The Purtian Revolution; McClung, Scoop; McDermott, Anansi The Spicier; McHargue, Facts, Frauds, And Phantasms; Maher, Ideas About Taxes; Marks, Op-Tricks; May, ACUtvOf JwmiMB 1 ) vjf^***w»a»j ***** j j * w**v***»* ··*.««. »»»j *» **uwy HW Plankton; Silverstem, The Code it's not an activity for child" " Of Life; Tortoise And nest Other Uncommon Ways Of En- Joying Nature The Year Round; DiMona, Great Court-Martial Oases; Eastern, Black Tide; The Santa Barbara Oil Spill And Its Consequences; Fuller, Intuition; Henthorn, A History Of Korea; Kenyon, Royal Cities Of The Old Testament; Klots, Insects Of North America; Krents, To Race The Wind, Moore, Colleen Moore's Doll House; Orr, Mammals Of North America; Parrish, 12, 20 5; A Doctor's Year In Vietnam; Pryde, Nunage; Purdon, Black Company; Puzo, The Godfather Papers Other Confessions; Rand, Birds Of Norm America; Riabchikov, Russians In Space, Scaduto, Bob Dylan; Weinstein, Bboue; Wilson, Thousands Of Years. Rderence-Chipman, Hardening Rock, Drake, Saints And Their Emblems; King, The Drug Hang-Up;- Leslie, 20,000 Words For Stenographers, Student*, Authors, And Proofreaders; M e r e l y , Shakespear's Greenwood: The Customs Of The Country; Shulman, Gateway To Judaism; Encyclopedia Home Reference; Taubes, The .Painter's Dirtionary Of Materials And Methods; Voight, Invitation To Learning. Juvenile fiction--Cunningham Par In The Day; Dejong, The Almost All-White Rabbity Cat; Ftory, Ramshackle Roost; Garfield, The Ghost Downstairs; Hays, For Ma And Pa On The Oregon Trail, 1844; Kraotovsky The Boy Who Spoke Chinese; Mcllwraith, The Haunted Mountain; Miller, Jane's Blanket; StobotHon, Wilbur The Warrior; Sutcliff, Heather, Oak, And Olive; Tresselt, The Dead Tree; Williams, Seven At One Blow; Wier, The Partners, York, Mystery At Dark Wood; Zei, Petros' War; Zototow, William's Doll. Juvenile nonfietfon--Buehr, Storm Warning: The Story Of Hurricane* A n d Tornadoes; Joit don't get mto the classroom. hit him, play with him." Knox, who says he can be described "as a Nixon conservative," recently joined the staff of the Young Voters for President but is registered to vote as ar. independent. "But the classroom is a nonpartisan thing," he says. "We don't need to indoctrinate kids. Just make them aware and give them a basis on which they can make their own decisions." Knox's child care center is being set up in Fineberg Elery School. Across the street at a junior high school, nondetegates here to protest the convention have set up a day care center for their children. Knox says two off-duty Coast Guardsmen had volunteered to patrol the GOP child care center as security guards, "just in case things should get hot with the protests." "Political activity is fine, but The ren," he says. "No one has the o right to place a child in the ,,,, -e , ....-J, middle of some protest or dem- Of Being Ear- onstration that he doesn't even understand." NEW YORK-J-State Atty. Gen. Louis J. Lefkowitz said Saturday General Mills Inc., had Officials' Wives Get Women for Protectors SEOUL of - A Secret Service corps of women is being trained to guard the wives of top government officials and visiting dignitarites. agreed to refund money to consumers who had responded to promotional offers on cereal boxes but not received the promised football magazines. Lefkowitr said in a statement Reminded General Mills had offered the magazine to eaters of Wheatie? if they sent a coupon from the cereal box along with $8 to Pro Football Guide in New York City. The attorney general received complaints from consumers who New SCHS Students to Enroll Principal Merrell S. McQwain has reminded that all new students planning to enroll at South Charleston High School for the fall term should contact school counselors before Aug. 25. ·aid they sent their money but got no magazine. Lefkowitz' office notified General Mills, and the cereal firm agreed tu make restitution to the would-be Monday morning quarterbacks and, in the future, to maintain direct control over all promotional offers made to the public. The company admitted to no violation of the law, but paid $1,500 in costs to the state. SWIMMING POOL · ^» A _j .»·»«» M ^ ^ a · ·^·^M I ThoA*oro0oHo I Con Afford. I NOMQNIVDOWN I 3TIAI5TOPAT I kotow ft Abovo Orovnrf UffflSSSffi I DISTRIBUTORS I 21*3 TIN ««·. Rt. Cfcoi. 744.2711 Use Want Ads. .1*5 %' . nifl w Ji c \«fflP .vV*'.\ft*^li" +.V°V' V * X -r^.*U. *V AO^itf ^0 e ^^^^^^^^'^ l ·it yew MsHNMrf (lwr|t tvrrf.. .H'» bttter tfwn mtntf!

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