The legacy of CPSby Willard Friesen, Mountain Lake, Minn.
I enjoyed your June 19 issue. I, too, am a Civilian Public Service graduate. I spent about two years in an “asylum.” I am now 87. In my teens I read through the Bible. I grew up in a Mennonite family and church in Mountain Lake, Minn. I felt CPS was the only way to go. I would do it again if necessary.
Associated Issue: The legacy of CPS - June 19
Associated Article: The legacy of CPS
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- EMM’s Global Fair draws record crowd
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- Eight CPT trainees arrested during mock trial
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