The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1949 · Page 9
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FRIDAY, APRIL, It, Ifl4» BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS - PAGE Press Awards Are Announced Commercial Appeal, Saturday Evening •£ Post Are Winners COLUMBIA, Mo., April 29. W)— A newspaper, • magazine and three Individuals were named today a« winners ot Missouri honor awards (or distinguished service In journalism. The recipients, announced by Dr. Prank L. Molt, dean ot the University of Missouri School of Journalism, were: The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn.; the Saturday Evening Post; John S. Knight, Akron. O., president and publisher ot the John S. Knight newspapers: Elmer Davli Washington, D. C., news analyst for the American Broadcasting Company, and Alfonso Johnson, executive secretary, Southwestern Association of Advertising Agencies, Dallas, Tex. Awards will be presented here May 6 during the 40th annual Journalism Week at the university. Citations accompanying the awards: "The Memphis Commercial Appeal: In recognition of Its long and proud history as a courageous newspaper, from the days of its founders, through the heroic episode of B. F, Dill's 'Moving Appeal' during the Civil War, to its present fearless i^uugcment: its notable record of [ l^ilic service, in its 'Plant to Prosper' campaign, and in many other projects of wide nubile benefit; and Us great achievement—tliat of beinc. day In and day out, a good newspaper. "The Saturday Evening Post: In recognition of its outstanding success, over many years, in providing s literary merger of entertainment and information to the American people; its ability, week after week, to keep In touch with the movements of the times, nnd to muln- j tain a sane wholesome point of view, mid the skill. In planning, production, nnd distribution which has made it a great American Institution. "John B. Knight: In recognition of his sound and Intelligent leider- ship in American journalism, as fhown during his presidency of the American Society of Newspaper Editors and his liaison worfc in England during the war; and his outstanding performance as editor and publisher of great metropolitan newspapers devoted to the best standard! of the American press. "Elmer Davis: In recognition of to notable career as newspaperman, Phor, and magazinist; his dlstin- 1 KUished service to the country as director of the Office of War Infor- 1 matlon from 1942 to 1945; and his far and incisive Interpretation of I the news of the world day by day, I which has made him one of the American news analysis most trusted by a vast audience of listeners. 1 "Alfonso Johnson: In recognition of hts many years of services to education for Journalism, and traln- I Ing In the advertising Held; his ca- I reer as a high-minded and altruis- - journalist, educator, business Old Fashioned Barrel Stave Still Best Child Guidance, Judge Says ST JOSEPH, Mo., April 29 W—*The barrel stave as »n instrument of child guidance Is upheld by a member ol the federal judiciary. He I Federal District Judge Richard M. Duncan. Speaking » ( the annual banquet of the Christian Brothers High School last night, he observed: "A good whanging with a barrel stave, as administered in other days Is better child guidance than »ny offered by child psychologists today." Such "old time discipline" he added, brought better results than much of the social work today. He recalled that 40 years ago when lit was a student at Christian Brothers College, forerunner of the present scliool, it was not uncommon for a brother to divest himself or his Mack robe and march a ciilpri to the gymnasium for some "phy sical education." "Alter a youtli had been to the gym he came out a rule-abtclini; student," the Judge said. "It Is too bad modern educators frown on such methods. "Pnrcnts today have hltlc of any control ever their children and there Is too little home lite." 76-Year Old War Orphan Saves 7 J Small Children '•torn Burning Orphanage TOKYO, April 20—(yrj-Htroshl Nakamurn, 16, a war orphan yesterday saved 11 small children from death In a fire that destroyed an orphanage. The tots, ranging in age (roir four to six, were trapped on the second floor of the orphanage, frotr which most of the 47 occupants lind reached safety. Nakanmra rushed to the second floor and wrapped bed clothiiiK around each chlid. He dropped nine of them to the ground and jumped with the lust two In his rums. None ot (he children was hurl seriously. Nnkaniura suffered *- broken leg In the jump. He was burned on the hand. Hospital Group Names Arkansan Vic* President KANSAS CITY, April W (/P) — Charles B. Newell, hospital administrator of the University of Kansas Medical Center was Installed \Vcanc.sciay night as the new president ol the Mid-West Ho&pitui Association. Installed nlong with the new hend were oihei officers elected at the annual convention of the ogranlza- lion. They were: Roy B. Anderson, Denver, president - elect; Moody Moo:c, Little Rock, llr'sl vice-president; Mrs Mabel Henry Mooncy, Hannibal, Mo., second vice-president and U. U noy, Oklalwma City, lieaturtr. Margaret Leaves Naples NAPLES. Italy, April 29—W')— rlncess Nfaraaret o( England cm- arkcd yesterday for Ihe storied ite of Capri. She Is on n month's strictly private" tour of Italy. Armed Services Complete Plans for Radar Screen For Air Raid Protection PHILADELPHIA, April 2fl OT — | Plan:, for a radar screen to protect' this country against air attacks have b'-'en completed by the Armed Forces, says MaJ. Gen. Francis L. Ank"i\brandt, Air Force director of communications. General Ankenbrandt, disclosing that the Army, Navy and Air Force are conducting actual experiments for development of full integration among themselves, said approximately hall the material needed for construction of the huge screen Is available in supplies left over from World War n. Vagrancy Charge Against Get-Rich-Quick Club Operator Is Dropped I,TITLE ROCK. April 29. M')—A charge of vagrancy against Orvlllc Tarrants, accused of opcn.UiiR Betrich-quick friendly circles, was dismissed in Municipal Court here ycs- terdiiy. Hov, r ever, Judge Harper Harb said hat If operation of (he clubs shonlc held as wimbling, new charges would be filed. The friendly circles are stmila i Pyramid clubs. man, advertising executive, and citizen; and his continuing loyally to his alma mater, who. in turn, is happy to honor him." ig, Colt Show Planned FORREST O1TY, Ark., A)!rll UO —(IP)— About 160 calves mid pigs »io expected to be shown by St. Francis bounty boys girls st the xmuml unior livestock show and sale here Tliureduy. Two tn>|)lili>s niul S593 In prluc money will uc nwnrdcil, $'J5ll will to winners In the |>lg show nnd a in Hie cult show. Head Courier News Want Ails. ATHLETES FOOT GERM KILL IT* FOR 35c. IN ONE HOUR. II not plxivl. T OUT mon.s" ti.ck. A«k •iny dtuugUl lor thU SlttONC fuurl- ••l<i». TK-OL. M.d. wllh 9D'i ulciihol, II PKNT.TRAI t:s. R»chu .nil kllli MOKE «rni» ON CONTACT* liv.lnj. «| Kirby Bros. Drug Store ,ANEH50L£ I MEANS A \HEW LIFE A new sole to your worn tole* II applied by us mean* doubl* wear besides footwear that la ienily good looking. 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