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Father's Day / Single Fathers #258370

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 18, 1978
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(Studio) Today noted as Father's Day; report is on single fathers.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Tucson, Arizona) Tucson, Arizona, health services planner Ernie Schloss given as ex. of single father. [SCHLOSS - talks about problems of discipline.] Schloss' son Jacob mentioned. Growth in single-father families detailed. [U. of Arizona family relations department spokesperson Richard SMITH - states reasons for this growth.] Case of Don Harclerode, with children Mark and Marla, described. [HARCLERODE - says single biggest problem is shopping for daughter's clothes.] [Mark HARCLERODE - discusses father's treatment of self and sister.] [HARCLERODE - talks to son about Boy Scout work.] [U. of Arizona family life specialist Frank WILLIAMS - says there's no single, right way to be parent or to be single parent and father.] [SCHLOSS - talks of being honest with son.] [HARCLERODE - says anyone can do it if they have love, feelings and understanding.]
REPORTER: Harold Dow

Dean, Morton;
Dow, Harold

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