The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 12, 1956 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 12, 1956
Page 9
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.'MONDAY, MARCH 12,1959 BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Retailing Concerns Cite Need for Young Trainees in Field By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) — Retailing concerns complain it's hard today to find young men and women to train for executive jobs in the stores of tomorrow. The need for them grows. In addition to the normal replacement of aging executives, each year there are -more retail outlets to be S t a f.f'e d. Merchandising groups now are making an active try to entice recruits. • • in the battle to snag promising college students .for future executives, retailing has been losing out tc other industries. Tempting starting pay in other lines '-?- especially in engineering '— attracts youths who feel their first five years or so in merchandising might be bleak by comparison. Retailers also are now training bright 'newcomers for future executive jobs. For example, the National Assn. of Pood Chains, of Washington, has helped Michigan State University at Bast Lansing to set up a course for training, in food distribution The association says it underwrites the teaching, and other expenses of- the course. The. first class of 13 enrolled in 1950. ft has grown- quickly, and 200 are expected next September. A choice of three courses is offered. One leads to a bachelor's degree; another is for graduate students; and a third is a one- year course which experienced food store executives can take to brush up on new ideas in their trade. John A. Logan, president of the association, points up the need for executives in the food chain field He says 1,800 new supermarkets opened year and 2,500 more are on the drawing boards. Food chains have 22,000 supermarkets and food stores around the land t"" be' staffed. , How-long-does-ifc-take for a recruit to advance? Many of the food chains, Logan says, have training programs of one to three years. Newcomers are moved from department to department to be readied for a trained reserve for the management of supermarkets, yet to come. The way to the top takes longer. By tradition promotion is from within. In the upper executive brackets of the chains, officials average 22 years with the same company. And presidents have a history with their firms averaging 29 years. Missouri Mule to Be Dropped From Kansas City Horse Show KANSAS CITY (<p) — The Missouri mule, a.standby of the biggest livestock show in its native state for 57 years, is being kicked out to"for more show horses. • The American. Royal' Livestock and Horse show will drop the mule Stove Is Blamed In Blaze That Killed 11 Persons OXFORD, Ps. (fl— A fire which killed 12 members of a single family 'Thursday night was caused by an overheated stove, or possibly an explosion. Authorities came up -with that conclusion after discarding the possibility that foul play was involved. Killed in the fire were the wife, children and grandchildren of John Twyman, 3«, Negro truck driver', who came home just as the last body was being removed. Fire Are Killed In Utah Wreck SALT LAKE CITY MT— Five persons were killed and four others Injured seriously Saturday in the blazing wreckage of two automobiles which collided, then hurtled into a service station, shearing off the gasoline pump. Sheriff George Beckstead said the accident occurred as a. speeding station wagon smashed into the rear of another car, travelling in the same direction. Read Courier News Classified Ad« from competition next tall. "We had many more requests for stall space for show horses than we could handle, 1 ' E. M. Dodds, president of th'e Royal, explained. "As a result we decided to eliminate the mule competition from the show and turn the stall space over to the show horses for. .the show this year (Oct. 20-28)." The Missouri mule — tenacious, hard-working and even considered a thing of beauty by some of its fanciers—owes much of its reputation to the Army. A mule named Verdun was the most widely known mascot of World War I. He belonged to the 15th U. S. Field Artillery which held the lines in the memorable battle of Verdun. An estimated 68,000 mules were casualties in the first World War. And in World War II the mule was used extensively by both the United States and It* allies. Piles May Lead to Chronic Ailments FREE BOOK — Explains the Causes and Effects No obligation. Get this book plus reference list, including many satisfied patients in your town or nearby. Write to Thornton Minor Hospital, Suite 372, 911 E. Linwood, Kansas City 9, Mo, DON'T BOTHER ABOUT PARKING! Hove YOUR Doctor Phone Us Your Prescription - We'll v Deliver Free! 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