The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1948 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 1, 1948
Page 6
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SB 8LYTBEVTLLB (ARK.)' COUBIE1 Negroes to Hold Health Programs •. lo»k«r T. Washington Day to Climax Wt«k Of Evtntt April 4-1 1 Otmuir tr»l uplUl*—"B*m*. XUdrld, U«ton, Ankm and th* Vatican." Ll»tirtf tlltfcd conUcU <vt 1.M» kind, the broadcast r«r**led fr»- vloui Ru»Un ehtrlH (SMvrcriMnc A)^ * fieA M "tW«f of Amerietn intelll- 'M Avltjttrlxnd." jnd Max «• ttu a durable Innilatlon <v>»t o f plaitle lmpr»cntt«d mineral cork which aim hu wuad-tbtorMnf propertie*. A Mri«* of number of juest *pe«Ven, <S«mon- ttniioai, a h«*lth clinic, tnd obwr- ntlen of "Boole a T. Wuhlagton D»y" will be among the events if Ne*ro H»lth Wwk, which will b* observed In the Harrison Nesro Hi»h School here April 4-11. 'Th« weeli'a ictivities will get un- derwtjr Sunday, April 4, at 11 a.m. when the Rev. o. W. Alexander. jwisfor of the Pilgrim Hcst Baptist .Church, delivers the health sermon. Dr. W. A, Fingal of Charleston, Mo,, will bs the guest speaker, and Professor C. C. Haraway, LilHe Jackson, Community Chairman Rebecca Williams, and Music Director A. E. Wiley will speak. \ Afternoon sessions will be held In the auditorium of Carter's Temple, i'iih R. A. Crawford. Joannes supervisor from Pemlscot Count, Mo., speaking at 3:00 p.nv, and a heallh sermon by the Rev. M. D. Hemphill following. 1 Mrs. C. G. Redman, chairman of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, will be in charge of the health program at Harmon Sellout on Monday, which has been set .aside as "Booker T. Washington Day," Mrs. Redman's lecture on "Conquering Tuberculosis" will be supplemented by pictures. Fallowing Mrs. Redman's lecture. Bessie P. Ivy will give a talk entitled, "Booker T. Washington, an Apostle of Good Will." Health Clinic Planned A health clinic, supervised by Dr. B, E. Roberts, will be the feature on Tuesday's program. It will be open to the public and will n«Btn at 1:30 p.m. at the Pilgrim Rest Baptist .Church. During this program M!.« Gertrude Bond, Mississippi County homo demonstration agent will give ». combined lecture and demonstration on "Poods and Nutrition." Mrs. Annabel Fill, county health nursr, will discuss "Venereal Diseases" and a panel discussion on "Snnllary Needs and Improvements" will close the day's acUvlttag. The Panel speakers are Willie Ann Lofton. Rebecca Williams, Llllle Jackson, and Mary Vaughns. Wednesday'! program will center around » lecture and motion picture demonstration on "Malaria.'' to be presented by W. O. Stinnett, malaria control supervisor here, and p. H. Hiuley, ««!sUnt supervisor. Mre. R. B. Stout and Mrj. Jesse White, president and representative of the State Congress of Teachers will discuss "School Health and Safety." This discussion will' begin at 1:15 and will be followed by a broadcast at 2:30 over KLON, which will feature the Choral Club and •n address by Willie Mat Robinson, .^primary teacher. -; The events' of the week will clo«e April 11, with the final meeting being conducted at th« True Light Baptist Church; at 3:00 p.m., whicn •will consist of a talk on "Community Cooperation with Health Pru- -gr«mi," by Bv« Mae Kirksey, reports of the health club by Ohalr- ,man A. Z. Sawyers, and a brief summary of the week's activities bj G. D. Hollis, principal of the Harrison school. Russians Renew Charges Of Separate PMC* Talks '{ LONDON, April 1 (UP)—The SMoscow Radio charged ye»t«rdiy ;5,hat Francis Cardinal Spellman o New York discussed a possible separate peace with German officials ;»t the Vatican in February. 1943. Renewing charges that the Wes- jtsrn powers sought to betray R«s- -fia during the war, the Moscow (broadcast asserted that Cardinal ? 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