The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 28, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 28, 1946
Page 7
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THURSDAY, MAKCII 28, 19<1G BIA'THKVILIJ-J (AUK.) COU1UBR NEWS PACBUYXN Teachers Asked To Conference One-Day Meeting Will Be Held At Conway Next Saturday CONWAY. Ark., March 28—A, one-day conrcrcnee or Hie Arkansas Association of Childhood Education will be held on tlic campus ot Arkansas Stale Teachers College Saturday, March 30. Educators Iron over the state have been Invited U attend. Mrs. Frances Mayfaith, editor o Childhood Education, Washington D. C-, ,one of Ihc featured speaker for. the conference, is scheduled t address the group in the inornini on. "Interpreting Behavior wit! Facts" and in the afternoon on "Th Child Development Point ol View. B. A. Lewis, head of the dcpartmen of education. Arkansas State Teach crs College, will siwuk at the morn ing session on "The Use ot Film In Studying Child Growth and De vclopment." "Working Toward a Better Un derstancting of Children" is the theme of a round-table discussion in the afternoon. T. M. Stinnett, Little Rock, executive secretary of the Arkansas Education Association, will lead the discussion. Others to take part include: Mrs. E. S. Leonard. Little Rock, president of the Arkansas Congress of Parents and Teachers; Miss Alma Keys, Little nock, supervisor of home economics education; the Rev. John Allin. vicar of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Comvay; Myron Cunninaham. Little Rock, state supervisor of elementary education; Dr. Frances C. Rothert, Little Rock. Arkansas State Board of Health; C. C. Conrad, as• sistant superintendent of Schools, Little Rock; Miss Anna Carol Fults. head of the home economics department, Arkansas State Teachers College; and Mrs. Da Nixon, Little Rock, president of the Claasroom Teachers Association. Presiding at the morning and afternoon sessions, respectively, wil be Miss Verna Chrisler. supervisor of primary grades, A. S. T. C. training school, A. C. E. adviser, and Mrs. Frances Elmer, Little Rock A. C. E.' president. Luncheon wil be served at noon in the college Commons. The conference begins at 9 o'clock at winch time visitors may examine and work with art materials suit-1 able for children's use, under supervision of Miss Marie Schichtl, head of the art department, A. S. T. C. 'Sing Barrel House Blues Cadets To Get Single Course At The Point By ItKUKl, S. MOORK Unllrd I'ress Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON <UI>>—The, foil year course at the U. S. Military Academy. West Point, shortened lo hree years during Ihc war, will reinstated beginning vs'llh the nest academic year this .summer. Secretary ol War Robert V Patterson lias approved H. ne\v postwar curriculum \vhlch cmphu- .'••li'.es academic .subjects for j:ul cadels and relinquishes brunch S}H'- ciall/aUon, Including aviation, wlilrh will be provided in post-Braduute special service schools. Members of the present first class unit one-half of Ihc members of the second class, olrcady' well into Ihc three-year curriculum, will complete thclv studies on tho wnv- timc three-year Imsis. No I'iluL Training The postwar curriculum wns recommended hy a committee of acml- cmy faculty members and Inctorst'il by a special board of consultants composed of Army ofllelnls (Diet dlstin^ulslied civilian educators. The ncrulemy will make no ;e( fort to produce, qualified pilots, Inil will i:ivp all cadets sufficient aviation IralnhiK to leacli tlicm til luudftinenlHls of aviation ami Its part In the modern combftt t««m, md sufllclent (lying to dctcniilno heir Hying HpUtudc. "RxiMrlence has shown that the nulh o! lime and tho continuity of InsliMCtlon required lo qualify oadel.s as plloU not only deprlv<r» ah cadets of valuable ncHdemlu (mining, but seriously Interferes wllh the whole academic curriculum," the committee rf|X>rl»d. "Fur-' Ihemiore, the commute* belleven year in advance and detailed to civilian institution* for a year'n ,>o,Ugi iK'UHtc work before a«simil»g duties at tlio academy. Exchange of Instructor* with tho Navul Academy and the Coa*t Guard Academy and selected civil- Inn Insulations was al»o recommended. Chairman of the bc*rd wa» Dr; Karl Taylor Oompton, Massachusetts Tech. other members wore Dr. James Phlnney Baxter, 3rd, Braill Offkvn Tu«r V. 8. TORT SILL, Okla. (UP)—Eleven faculty memberB of the Brazilian army command and general st»ff school visited tti« U. B. Army field artillery school here recently, The group. headed by Lt. Col. Francisco Damascene Ferrelra Portugal, chief Instructor In the Bra- rllUn establishment, will visit other Army Installations In the United Btates while on the tour. that pilot training is so sixrclallzed Williams Collego; Lt. Qen. Troy H. I R*i*d Courier News Want Ads. Unable to find living quarters after his discharge from the Army last November, Ardell Hagen, a Devil's Lake, N. D., grocery cler)<, bought a gigantic barrel that housed a hamburger stand and converted it into a cozy two-story home, with oil heat, electricity anil running water. He's pictured with his wife a:«l IS-montlis-olcl daughter before their novel dwelling. Accidents Take Lives Of Three Six Others Injured In Highway Crashes Throughout State Three By United Press persons were dcdd Traps 87-lb. Beaver DES MOINES, la. (UP) — Hank JJehrens, Anthon, la., holds the state record for trapping the largest beaver. State conservation officials report that Behrens trapped the giant animal, which weighed 87 pounds, on the Little Sioux River in Woodbury county. The largest beaver known—to liave been taken in Iowa prior to Behrens' catch weighed 81 pounds and was trapped in 1938 on tiro Missouri River near Sioux City. and six injured as the result of five accidents in Arkansas yesterday. Sam Reed, a sawmill employe at Pcarcy. near Hot Springs, died in a Ore that destroyed the onc-roon shack where he and Floyd Howel iveri. Burned beyond recognition he body was iclentified : by Howell. Kenneth Doyle Crawford, 16-year nld Horatio lad, died in a DeQueen pitfll from injuries received when -\ jeep in which he WHS riding overturned near Horatio. Charlie'Bethel; also of Horatio, and on furlough Temperature of the Gulf Stream ranges from about 62 degrees Fahrenheit in winter to 88 degrees in summer. "It P*y» to AdTertto*" SCOTT ALLEY SIGNS Martin and Mrs. O'Neal HURhes holh of Lonsdale. mid Mrs. Edtm Carpenter of Hot Springs, were tak- ei) to a Hot Springs hospital suffering bruises and shock. VV. B, Rus sell of HotjSpilnfis sulTcrcd a IPI Injury. /U Conway, Ilelty Rutli Carr, 7 year-old dmiBhler of Mrs. Mayin Cook, was slruclL hy'a car drive by W. O. KarDcr of Conway. Til child suffered head injuries. rom the Army, wns driving the cop. Elza Newton, 47, of Ncltlelun, (lied . n Joncsboi'o Uospltal of Inirns nffereri In a busrtruck nccident near ils home, nlirl Frank Johnson, '15, passenger in ll\c truck, is in a critical condition in a Jone.sboro lospital. The truck burst Into flames when it was knocked into the ditch by Mnthis bus. The bus went oil the opposite side of the highway, but no one wns seriously injured. In Hot Springs, four perrons were injured in a collision between i> passenger car and n taxicab. Mrs. Ida While You Wait Hat* Cleaned and Blocked M Minnie Service. The John's Shop 643 W. Main Bt. * Insure Now : . . through W. J. Pollard Agency Glcncoe Hotel Bldg> Telephone 3545 * that it Is Inconsistent with thu mission of the Military Academy." Common Course The board expressed belief tho academy "should be an undergraduate institution on the college level, vlng a common four-year course to 1 cadets; that such branch spe- UlxaUou as may be required to lallfy graduates for duly with oop.s be conducted as postgradu- i work at spedul service schools." The board found that more free me for cadets would be desirable, t stipulated opposition to any ad- itlonal free time at the exiwnse f academic studies, Instead, it roposcd reduction in the hours ot radical military training during endemic terms, keeping In mind ho training received In summer amps and during later schooling n the postwar educational system f the Army. The board favored concentration if each student on one of several nodcrn languages to guln reasonable >roficlency, in line with tho Increasing Importance of world-wide contacts by armed forces. Kxchanre of Instructor* The board recommended tlml officer Instructors lacking post-graduate training should be designated MtiklletoiL comptroller, Louisiana State; MiJ. Oen Harry o. Ingl»i; MHJ. Oca. Daniel O. Noce: lirly Oen. DwlHht V, Johns; Brig. Oen Charles H. Caldwell; Brig. Oei.. Joseph S. Bradley; Brig. Oen. Bruce c. Clark, and Col. Osc*r J. Qatchell. passing motorUit stopped Bright and reported a bale of hay In the ear'trunk of tils' car wan on flrol R«al 'Hay BarrtM' COOS BAY, Ore, (UP) — A. Q. Bright of I!Miser hadn't thought of his car as a "hay burner" until recently. Driving along the street here » 666 COLD PRIPARAT.IONS Uould—TobMs —Sohrs —N«w Deep* H« MlfeM mm,m far icon.. RADIO SERVICE Itui Dial 3414 Craig Electronic Service Co. 1211 W. Main 8t THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret be»i Smith, InrnuaBUf. n<HM Kit D««s Ktt'St HM*» 'I BALEM, On. , (PP.) . MlrtOJ County, On.< midttiU nr« wet»* clerlng if the country*!* *•• to the docs when county catcher f*ul Mamach i«pi that one band of » riitap U4 flock ot 46 turken bid bMn during February by canine*. Order Tov New Electrolux CUoaor Today For Preferred DeNrwrr It'a the New Cleaner that does every- - 1 thing easily and efficiently. YOV-TO warU4 f«c M. • New 71* emm v*t It : Jutt WKH»* 2650 '-^"'^- IV« have frwh (round meal and ebkken ehf^a, few :»r Hay and mixed urouiid fteds. AU« custom (rirMllii(-enttUB<. We are now buying poullry. LANGLEY & South Second SON On OH B»rtlf Gin Lot OUR FRIENDS IN OSCEOLA and VICINITY ... Will be Interested in knowing that we have re-opened our Paint and Body Shop in the new H (id 11 ion to our building. We are equipped lo work on all makes of cars . . . and the work will he done under the supervision of WALTER GARWOOb, a factory trained expert. Louis George Motor Company . Dodge and Plymouth Sales and Service Your AllJB Chalmers Dealer OSCEOLA, ARK. Dream Home for Sale . . . Completely furnished modern home in choice location with Attic fan, electric refrigerator and hot water heater. Butane bottle gas cooking stove. Equipped with Sheetrock walls. Will sell furnished or unfurnished V ^ - .< • Don't buy until you see this fine home. See or call Gordon Herrick 1025 W. Main St. Phone FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. fil at State Line Phone: Ulytheville 714 SUPER BINGO! LEGION HUT Thursday, March 28, at 8 p. m. 4 Real NYLON Stockings Sponsored by Catholic Altar Society Special Games With Prizes of OSCEOLA, ARK. HIGH SCHOOL GYM Thursday, March 28, 7 p. m. Sponsored by Osceolu Athletic y\ssn. Admission Prices Children under 12—(iOc 12 and over—90c SOMETHING NEW! READY-MIXED CONCRETE Foundationj-Sidewalkt-Drivewayi-Porche* PRIDE and USREY COAL and CONSTRUCTION CO. Approved FHA Contractors TTlov«ieStdh, IN PERSON ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Let us figure your bill of materials or the total Contract, including labor. WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. 110 So. See. Phone 8371 HOLLYWOOD'S NfVtlST COWBOY STAR Business Opportunity! Due to the fact thai we have no one to manage our Alliance Store we offer to sell t ; ....(he business.and lease the building-rror will +;**• • ••• -••'. sc u an :interest .in it to person that" is '&'i V'•*''" capable of managing a TOM LITTLE Phone 861 For Your Home Springfield Couches, Lounge Chairs with Ottoman, Chiffrobes, Bedroom Suites, Springs, Mattresses, 5 piece Breakfast Sets. Just Received: Metal Trunks & Lockers Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 Eaat Main St. New and Used Phone 2302 VV WALKING THE FLOOR OVER YOU" 'YOU'LL NEARLY LOSE YOUR MIND" "SOLDIER'S LAST LETTER" - A UD MANY OTHER SON6 HITS - .' FOR SALE 2000 BUSHELS RALSOY SOY BEANS run««d tn*» iUU CcrUded 50 Tons Alfalfa Hay D.'&P.L. 14 Cotton Seed EARL MAGERS FOR SALE 1939 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan 1931 Model A Ford Coupe Good Condition 1933 Plymouth 4 Door 1946 3 Wheel Scooter""' x Stake Body, Practically New 1946 Scooter With Side.Car Practically New Ethyl Gas 16 l-2c; Reg. gas 14 l-2c CHICK EGAN GULF SERVICE STATION Phone 927 or 3639 State Une Del/, Arkansas Phone 635 WANTED CATTLE, CALVES & HOGS Top Ceiling Prices Paid BUYER AT PLANT DAILY MONDAYS THRU FRIDAYS NO commission, no yardaga or oth*r •xpense to you. Come to BUR1NG PACKING CO. Inc. PHONE 44, WILSON, ARK. ALSO THE TEXAS SHORT BROS. JIMMY 0 LEON JOHNNY SAPP KEMOHEAD I- JACKIE BOY DRAKE . AND MANY OTHEQ GRAND OLE OPKY STARS IT'S THE SHOW OF ALLSI40WS A TREAT FOR THE ENTKMrFAMILY Special Added Attraction!! Radio Dot and Smoky WASH TUBBS BY TVIE WAY. SAW \ HE'S NOT CHEAP! VOU WITH «MA« \VVAV YANTlS TODAY, TONI, 1>4 IT Of NOlRS.MlWI '. I THOUSW >«Xl WERE THRU Wtn< THAT NONE.- 'V ^eVER NONE WHAT- \ mm vwwr iixisrivouTHOuci.rr; THOUGHT vou I i DOIT-AIM SAID / TOSfEWTK 01DJ* MEAC OVER TW RADIO WAT TK FELLA C«TA* EASY. I THMK. - n COM*T TO NEW Y«W. WTH TH' Not an Aparation RED RYDER IF RYDER Rt^CUtD l' SHERIFF A.-T RUBT.IK.1TER GET THAT nortEY IT, AN' lAAT&E" N01'

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