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2--The G LOB E Thursday, May 18, 1972 Global Viewpoint ASSASSINATIONS Too much has already been said about what should never have happened -- the attempt on George Wallace's life. But, with the Kennedy brothers, Martin Luther King, and now Wallace, the political spectrum has been covered. One thing these men had in common -- George Wallace still does -- and that is the ability to excite people, either by their words or ideas. None of them represented a threat to this country. Rather they presented action and ideas that help mix with other proposals that work to help govern this country. +++++ Editor, The GLOBE: nelization. So, to insure that Progress is a strange and westbound drivers crossing elusive thing; difficult to State to not head directly achieve yet easy to destroy, into the path of eastbound In the case of the Marysville vehicles in the turn channel, School District it came very the center line is angled slowly. Back in the early sightly tot he right, resulting sixties it was difficult to find in the six-foot differential at a school district with athe intersection. The con- poorer image than struction met perfectly at Marysville's. College State Avenue; the striping placement bureaus actually was purposefully offset. advised teachers seekingI might add that this employment to by-pass striping and channelization Marysville. Our school was plan was arrived at with full laughingly referred to as the concurrence of the "graveyard for superin- Marysville City Ad- tendents." It took ten long ministration. gruelling years to put Like "Name Withheld" we Marysville where it is today., in the Highway Department It now holds the enviable have always admired the position of having one of the exemplary engineering of finest education systems in the Cascade Tunnel and hope the state under the direction that motorists in your City of a superintendent and staff will not find the safety- HONORED -- Retiring employees of Marysville School District were honored Monday evening when school board met at Tulalip Elementary School. Board chairman Maurice Wilson made the presentation of "appreciation certificates" to the 10 retirees. Honored were: Olice Beeker, Winifred Elmer Beck, Ralph Olson, Hendrix, Mildred Kantola, wankl. Training" from National = Defender for March 1969, Special Ed. Marysv,lle's y "Sensitivity Training" from PTA to meet Blackboard Power, 'NEA threat to America by Dr. Marysville Special Gordon V. Drake, and Education ]~['A will meet "Sensivitivy Training: Boon Thursday evening, May 18, or Menace" by Donna Gill at7:30 p.m. in the Sunnyside from Chicago Tribune, Elementary School. January 26, 1969 and an Babysitters will he provided excerpt from Beria's ad- and there will he movies for dress to American students the children so parents can Dates were set for in the Lenin University prior take part in the meeting Penny Drive for the children's to 1936." unencumbered, over $100...From Two By Six The following are some 'taint so that mortar holds the Marysville, MaY, The school board discussed throughout the system when the sc lunches and other activities were in Marysville announced the the dirigible Akron. Marysville, MaY, second to none. inspired six-foot disparity an other names given to Sen- We wonld like to see it stay affront to their perfeetionist sitivity Training: Group National Training holds them apart." this way. We know the levy sensibilities. Dynamics, Group Con- Laboratories in Bethel, ~t Marysvi~le, MaY'ipuva~licinty tseU~lt 10SS wig hurt. We lost some Very truly yours, fession, Group Discussion, Maine; Western TrainingSSt~a~grO; fine teachers and non- W.C.Bogart, P.E. Marathon Interpersonal Laboratory and Esalen of t certificated staff, classes District Engineer Competence, Interpersonal Big Sur, California. Beware, will be cut, sports will be ,Relations, Self Evaluation, ff the training includes Self "boatload" of swing band curtailed and things will get Editor,TbeGLOBE: T-Group Training, Operant criticism, Group con- through the Scandinavian i a lot worse before they get The article, "What isConditioning, Encounter,fessionals or Group second prize among the . criticism. These are similar Tomahawks became SnohomiS~ better. On the brighter side Sensitivity Training?" Auto-riticism, Human to these used by Communist champions when they won 6-5 ove~ we haveafineschoolboard,published in the Globe Potential Workshops, an excellent staff and the Thursday, March 30,1972Human Relations Lab. countries in "Brainwashing' thers. Marysville, MAY,. best superintendent in the under the Questions & An- Prayer Therapy, Synanon their prisoners. "Though Tulalip Fire District 15 business. You may not swers-- in which the writer Games Club, Basic En- Mrs. William Cook concur with all the decisions stated that "Sensitivitycounter Groups, Class in 14058th seems to be efficient and to the made by we think the Training programs are the superintendent and board exact opposite of brain- are doing a pretty good job. The best way to lose good leaders is to offer only criticism. How about it Marysville? Do we sit back and allow~ this district to regress to tg60 status or do we support and find ways to help the free pehple we have chosen to' educate our children? The levy lass put us in this hole. Positive thinldng will pullusout. Signed: Jack Bartlett, Pat Glein, Kirk Gebert, Bill Hanbey. washing," indicates an obvious lack of home work. To allow this sort of misinformation to be spread throughout the land is like white washing a fence with lamp black or better yet, why not an attempt to brainwash the American tax paying public. I submit the following in support that, "Sensitivity Training is in fact the Same as Brain- washing:" Congressimml Record: Senstivity Training - To capture one generation, Hon. John R. Rarick of Louisiana, in the House of Repr-- n- tatives, Tuesday, March 11, 1969. "By now most people should understand that the term 'Human Relations' is a 'sliding-off' of ident/ty to camouflage Sensitivity Training once called Brainwashing. So that our colleagues may know thore are concerned Americans already trying to awaken the Mothers and Fathers I ask these documents fellow my remarks: "Sensi|ivity Editor, The GLOBE: Your reader "Name Withheld" would be making an excellent point regarding the Fourth Street con- struction project were it not for the fact that the center lines he mentio~ as being "six feet off" at State Avenue were designed that way for an excellent reason. Eastbound on Fourth, there is a loft-turn channel at State. Westbound on Fourth, there is no such chan- 1508 Fifth St., Marysville, Washington 98270 Ph: OLive 9-1300, OLive 9-1301 Group Counseling, Marysville, Management Development, and many others. DO they sound familiar? Sensitivity training when obscured by one or more of the above names can he recognized by the fact that most are under the leadership of: The ARMED FORCES Day is Saturday, the 20th according to the calendars all over The GLOBE office. They were gifts from a branch of the Armed Forces. stated the chief's third report... Tomahawk baseball team League baseball race. LAWNS lost to inadequate care, poor soil, insufficient or excessive fertilizer can be rejuvenated relatively fast through an overseeding program. soil The Army's modern 9th Division is now be- ing reactivated at Fort Lewis, Washington. They're looking for good men to join a proud tradition. If you're 'a "take-charge" type individual who likes the kind of outdoor activities Washington State offers, then adventure training with the 9th might be your thing. At a starting salary of s288 a month. And if you qualify, we'll put it in writing and guarantee you duty with the 9th for 16 months before you sign up. Talk it over with your local Army Representative. wmBto U.S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION 2801 Wetmore, Everett, Wa. 98201 Phone: 25%1711 (Call Sire. R. 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