Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 16, 1968 · Page 2
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Mbrett 111968 SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Colendor of Events SATURDAY, MARCH 16 A Politick Supper and Game Night will be held at the Hope Country Club Saturday, March 16 at •? p.m. Hosts will be: Mr. and Mrs, Jack Webb, Mf. and Mrs, Earl Lockett, and Mrs, Henry Seamans. Club members are asked to loan some card tables and chair s to the club and to donate some cards, linens, dishes and flatware* Take any Hem to the clubhouse or the Saen* ger Theater by Thursday or call Mrs. Webb, PRI'STIO, and It will be picked up. There will be a St, Patrick's Dance Saturday, March 16 at the McCasklll R«C.l. Building. Music will be by Chlsm's Band* the Girl Scouts will observe Outdoor Day Saturday, March 16 from: IP s a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Llttfe House, cleaning up the pounds. All Scouts Interested taking part are asked to bring a sack lunch and lOc for a drink. MONDAY, MARCH 18 The WMS of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday, March 18 In circles as follows: Circle No. 1 - Mrs. Roy Chatham at 1:30 p.m. Circle No. 2 -Mrs.R.M.Jones at 1:30 p.m. Circle No. 3 - Mrs. Carlton King at 1:30 p.m. Circle No. 4 - Mrs. Ross Gleghorn at 1:30 p.m. Circle No. 5 • Mrs. J. E. Slaton at 1:30 p.m. Circle No. 6 - Mrs. F. J. Burrows at 7;30 p.m. Guild No. 2 of the First Methodist Church, scheduled to meet Monday, March 18 has been postponed until March 25. The Ann Wollerman Circle of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday, March 18 at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. F. J. Burroughs. Members are asked to please bring their Home Mission Offer- Ing. The Youth Choir of the First Presbyterian Church will practice Monday March 18 at 3:45 p.m. The Adult Choir will prac- I tlce at 7 p.m. | TUESDAY. MARCH 19 I Circle No, 7 of the WMS of ; the Ftf-li Baptist ChurchSwill' \ meet Tuesday, March 19 with ^ Mrs. Jimmy Miller at 7:30 p.m. Beryl Henry Elementary School PTA will meet Tuesday, March 19 at 3:30 p.m. In the ; school cafetorium. Mr. James Hardin will speak on "Help For - The Retarded." Girl Scouts will '•} be babysitting. Also, the Cook- book will be ready'to .._Tuesday, All those who can help are asked to come to the school at 1:00 p.m, Refreshments will be served* WEDNESDAY, MARCH SO The Hope Junior Auxiliary will meet Wednesday, March 20 at 10 a.m. in the Chamber of Commerce office with the executive board preceedtrtg at 9;30 a.m. Please note the change In meeting dales, THURSDAY, MARCH 21 The Daffodil Garden Club will have Its annual style show and dessert bridge Thursday, March 21 at the First Presbyterian Church* One feature will be an art exhibit, tickets are $2 arid are now being sold by members, FRIDAY, MARCH 22 Brookwood Pf A is sponsoring a Chicken Spaghetti or Hamburger Supper at the School Cafeteria. Anyone desiring tickets call Mrs. Danny Joyce at ?.* 5229. The price will be $1.00 adults and 50c students, the date Is March 22nd from 5:308:00 p.m. 6:30 (COLOR) WE DAffiKJ GAHE 7:00 (COLOR) NEWTTWSO OHE 7:30 (COLOR) LAWRENCE WELX SHOW 8s JO (COtCR) HOLLYWOOD PAtACE 9i30 (COLOR) FSLQNt SQUAD 10:06 (COLOR) 10 o»CLOCK RSKRT 10:15 11U5 (COLCR) 1:15 (COLCR) 1:30 AM THE 610 HOWS "Slaughter Oh Tenth Avenue" Richard Egan, Jan Sterling THE JOET BISHOP SHOW WEBCEND HEW3 SINK OFF Sunday, March 17 6: 30 AM TEST PAtTERH BROOKWOOD PTA MEETS Wednesday afternoon the Brookwood PTA members were entertained by the 5th and 6th grade Glee Club. This group is under the capable leadership of Mrs. Thomas Hays, Jr. and Mrs. Arthur Strech. These two volunteer leaders are from the Friday Music Club. The students sang five of their favorite songs from the approximately 25 they have learned In the past 3 months. Mrs. John Bright brought the devotional thoughts on "Responsibility of Parents." Bringing the program of the day on mental Health was Mr. James Hardin with the Hope Schools and S,W. Ark* Diagnostic and Remedial Center. He reported that progress Is being made In the area for the mentally retarded. He stated that plans are being made to establish 2 classes this summer at Beryl Henry Elementary School. During the business meeting conducted by President Mrs. George Frazier the following items of business were reported: Thursday March 21st from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon measles shots will be given at the School 6^ * 7:00(Color) THIS COLORFUL WORLD 7:30 ALLEN REVIVAL HOUR 8:00(Color) CHILDREN'S GOSPEL HOI* 8i30(Color) MILTON THE MONSTER 9:00(Color) LINUS THE L10NHEARTED 9:30(Color) BUGS BUNNY 10:00(Color) BULLWINKLE 10:30(Color) DISCOVERY 11:00 BROADMDOR BAPTIST CHURCH 12:00(Color) DIRECTIONS 12:30(Color) ISSUES AND ANSWERS l:00(Color) NBA BASKETBALL New York @ San Francisco 3:00 (Co I or) AMERICAN SPORTSMAN 4:00(Color) LONE STAR SPORTSMAN 4:30 BRONCO 5:30(Color) RAT PATROL 6:00(Color) VOYAGE TO BOTTOM OF SEA 7:00(Color) THE F. B. I. 8:00 SUNDAY NIGHT MOVIE "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane" Bette Davis, Joan Crawford 11:00 PutdaUl HeightA Methodist Chus-ch services 12:00 Meet thf Press U*BC (C) 12:30 ChflUpttge '68 (C) 1:06 Labor's Unguagt (C) 1:30 People and Patterns (C) '2:00 Shell's Wonderful World of Coir Nnc (C) 3:00 Championship Boullng (C) 3:30 Amet-lettrt Airlines Golf Classlc 4:30 Grnmt Prix of Skiing NBC (C) 5:30 flipper NBC (C) 6:00 Wild Kingdom NBC (G) 6:30 Wait Disney's Wonderful World of Color NBC (C) 7:30 The Mor,hers-fn-Law N'BC (C) 8:00 Bonanza NBC (C) 9:00 The Travels of Chflrley NBC lOiOO Newa and Weather (C) 10:15 The Million Dollar Movie "Calaway Went Thatmjay" with Fred MacMurray and Dorothy ticGuire Monday, March 18 6145 RFD with Bob Buicc (C) 6:55 Morning Devotions (C) 7:00 The Todny Show NBC (C) 7:25 Arkansas News nnd Weather (C) 7:30 The Today Shov) NBC (C) 8tOO Tho Today Show NBC (C) 8:25 Arkansas News and Weather (C) 8:30 The Today Show NBC (C) 9:00 Snap Judgement NBC (C) 9:25 Nancy Dlckerson with the News 9:30 Concentration NBC (C) 10:00 Personality NBC (C) 10:30 Tho Hollywood Squares NBC 11:00 Jeopardy NBC (C) 11:30 Eye Gucso NBC (C) 1.1:55 Edwin Newman with the News 12:00 Little Rock Today (C) 12:30 Let's Make a Deal NBC (C) 1:00 Days of Our Lives NBC (C) 1:30 Tho Doctors NBC (C) 2:00 Another World NBC (C) 2:30 You Don't Say NBC (C) 3:00 The Mike Doupjac Show (C) 4:30 I Love Lucy "Men arc Messy" 5:00 F Troop "Play, Gypole Piny 5:30 Huntley Rrinkioy Report NRC 6:00 News and Weather Report (C) 6:30 The Monkecs NBC (C) 7:00 Rowan and Martin Laugh-In 8:00 The Dariny Thomas Show NBC 9:00 The Bill Cosby Special NBC 10:00 Newa and Weather (C) 10:15 Lonnle Gibbons Sports Show 10:30 The Tonight Show NBC (C) 12:00 Sig,n Off 10:45(Color) 10 O'CLOCK REPORT 11:05 THE BIG MOVIE i M)i»»** ^»»^M?n»Mr/».B«|«ca tre'i ,,„.,., ^^,^ <Jf , ; Bob Hope, Joan Caulfteld Chairman, reminded everyone of the Chicken-Spaghetti Supper to be held March 22nd from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the School Cafeteria. March 27th the Nlcolo Marionettes will perform "Hansel & Gretel" at the High School Auditorium. Admission will be 25c. 12:35(Color) ABC WEEKEND NEWS 12:50 MONDAY. MARCH SINE OFF 18. 1968 HELEN HELP US! by Melon Bottel YOUTH ASKED FOR IT! This column Is for young people, their problems and pleasures, their troubles and fun. As with the rest of Helen Help Usl, It welcomes laughs but won't dodge a serious question with a brush off. Send your teenage questions to YOUTH ASKED FOR IT, care of Helen Help Us I this newspaper. OVERCAUTIOUS, OR OVER- KIND? Dear Helen: I am 16, and have had one problem since I started dating girls. I find I am too cautious when I end a relationship. For instance, I kept on going steady with a girl six months after I stopped liking her, because 1 was unsure about what might happen next. I've never been the one to break off, no matter how much I wanted to; I was afraid I might not find another girl and would be left out in the cold. This is silly, because when a girldumps me I've usually done better afterwards. Is it normal to be this overcautious?-DENNIS Dear Pennie: It's normal to avoid hurting people, U you're a nice guy. Pull out of the''stea? dy" system, and you won't be troubled with overcautiousness. When a boy dates several girls, he doesn't feel tied to one and he can boot her out of his life without calling himself a heel.—H. Dear Helen: You mentioned about brothers and sistersbor- rowing each other's clothes. Weil, my brother even borrows my hair spray and powder base! I kept wondering why they disappeared so fast, until I caught Wm. He doesn't seem like the type, but do you suppose he's got a problem?-JUNE Dear June: I doubt it. He probably can't afford men's hair spray and figures powder base might double for acne lotion. Why not suggest he pay you back with the loan of his turtieneck sweater?— H. Dear Helen: 1 am a match lighter! It Isn't funny. I light matches at the bus stop, I even light them in school. I've had to stay after class four times because teachers caught me lighting nutches in class. My parents accuse me of smoking because they find so many burned matches in my wastebasket. My allowance money goes low because I'm forever buying matches. Can you get hooked on lighting matches the samt way people get hooked on cigarettes? I think I am.- FIRED UP Dear F.U.: You can get hooked on anything, if you give in to the urge. Most kids outgrow match- lighting before kindergarten, often with "stern" parental help. It strikes me your folks haven't been tough enough, so get tough with yourself. Buy five big boxes of matches, sit down and light every one of them without stopping. If tl'is doesn't scratch the habit — you need professional help.-H. Dear Helen: We are a group of girls win wjsh freedom bells would ring for us. This very conceited girl hangs around us. All she talks about is herself, her wonderful clothes, her fabulous boy friends, her good grades; she's a big bore. Why us? We had a slum\>er party last week and didn't invite her. Her mother called upduring the party and asked why. Then she called two mo-e mothers and raised the roof because her little girl was left out. She's a horn-tooter too. She's back trailing us again. How can weditch her tactfully?— PRISONERS OF WAR Dear P.O.W.: The truth is far from tactful, but this girl and her mother need it. Tell them the usuil reaction to horn-tooters is- "Go blow!"- H. 6: 30 AM TEST PATTERN 7:00(Color) BOZO'S BIG-TOP SHOW 8:30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "The Moon' i Our Home" Margaret Sull tvan.Henry Fonda 10:00(Color) THIS MORNING 11:00 BEWITCHED ll:30(Color) TREASURE ISLE 12; 00 THE FUGITIVE l-.OO(Color) THE NEWLYWED GAME l:30(Color) THE BABY CAME l:55(Color) CHILDREN'S DOCTOR 2:00(Color) GENERAL HOSPITAL 2:30(Color) DARK SHADOWS 3:00(Color) THE DATING GAME 3: 30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "House On Haunted Hill" Vincent Price 5:00(Color) ABC NEWS 5:30(Color) 5:30 REPORT 6:00 RIFLEMAN 6:30(Color) 6:30 MOVIE "40 Pound» of Trouble" Tony Curtli, Clalr Wtlcox 8:30(Color) PEYTON PLACE 9:00(Color) THE BIG VALLEY lOiOO(Color) 10 O'CLOCK REPORT lO:30(Color) THE JOEY BISHOP SHOW 12:OOM SINE OFF Copyright, 1968, tures Syndicate, toe. Fea* Saturday, March 16 6:30 The Saint NTsC (C) 7:30 Get Smart NBC (C) 8:00 Saturday Me'nt at the Movies "Vihat a Way to Co" with Dean Martin and Shirley KacLane 10:15 News ar.d Wc-atlier (C) 10:30 Th2 Million Dollar Movlt "Mystery Street" with Ricardo hipntalban Sunday, March 17 8:00 Gospel Siting Jubilee (C) 9:00 GoJ is t'u- A-uv;cr 10:00 Insight "The Governor's Mansion 10:30 'ihe Sarrcd Heart (C) 10;45 The Christophers SATURDAY, MARCH 16 6:30 THE SAINT - C 7:30 GET SMART - C 8tOO YOUR SATURDAY NIGHT MOVIE "JIVARO" - C FERNAHDO LAMAS-RHONDA FLEMING 10:00 NEWSCOPE - BILL BLANCHARD- WEATHER-VERN STIERMAN - C 10:20 CHILLER - "FRANKENSTEIN" BORIS KARLOFF-CHARLOTTE AUSTIN 111 50 THE BEAT - C 12:00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL SUNDAY, MARCH 17 6s55 AM MORNING DEVOTIONAL 7:00 SPIRITUAL HOUR - C 7:30 AMERICA SINGS - C 8:00 GLORY ROAD - C 8:30 GOSPEL SINGING JUBILEE - C 9:30 HERALD OF TRUTH - C 10:00 TEXARKANA TOWN TOPICS - C 10:30 INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:45 CHURCH SERVICES 11>45 ARK LA TEX FORUM - C 12:00 N MEET THE PRESS - C 12:30 PM WAGON TRAIN - C 2:00 qHRT.T.''HOLF - C 4': 30 GRAND PRIX OP SKIING - C 5:00 GE COLLEGE BOWL - C 5:30 FLIPPER - C 6jOO WILD KINGDOM - C 6{30 WALT DISNEY - C 7:30 MOTHERS-IN-LAW - C 8:00 BONANZA - C 9:00 TRAVELS OF CHARLIE - C 10500 NEWSCOPE WEATHER 10:30 SUNDAY TONIGHT SHOW - C 12:00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL MONDAY , MARCH 18 6»20 AM MORNING DEVOTIONAL 6:25 TEXARKANA COLLEGE 6)45 FARM DIGEST - C 7(00 TODAY SHOW - C 7j25 TODAY IN TEXARKANA 7«30 TODAY SHOW <• Q 9 1 25 TODAY IN SHREVEPORT - 8i30 TODAY SHOW - C 9fOO SNAP JUDGMENT - C 9(25 NBC NEWS - C 9:30 CONCENTRATION •* C J0:00 illOO U?30 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES - C N 1}30 ?;00 ?S30 3-.00 3s25 4:30 5:00 5s30 6:00 6:20 6:30 7:00 f;00 3:00 *0:00 EYE GUESS - C TV PARTYJ4NE * C ^ET's MAKE A DEAL - c DAYS OF OUR LIVES - C THE DOCTORS * C ANOTHER WORLD - C YOU DON'T SAY ' C THE MATCH GAME *• C LAFFALOT CLUB - C WANTED; DEAN OR AUVE MARSHAL DILLON - B$W HUNTLEY-BRINKLEY - C NEWSCOPE WEATHER AL GORDON ON SPORTS THE MONJCEES - C JOURNEY TO ETERNITY THE DANNY THOMAS HOUR I SPY - C NEWSCOPE - C SADAB WEATHER - C At, (IdftDON ON SfH5ftf§ • ftra foMtftBt s«<af - e 10.00 Channel 12 Nm/V«th*f * ffoa iJitt Mtvti I KATV I?.- SATURDAY . HA1CH 16 . IfM 6t30 thf Bitlftg Gam - AfC (C) 7t30 U«r«ne« Will • AlC (C) 8(30 Hollywood fiiSM -WC (C) 9:30 tin OutiUftdiftg fouflg Man - lOiOO N«*rt and W««th« 'C) 16« 13 C<j*tx>y t« Afflea - ABC (C) Us 13 JotJP Blihap Show * AlC (Cj HA&CH 11 7.00 8iOO 8 i 30 9 1 00 9»30 7:30 Boso'* Big top Comic* (C) 8t30 tht ru|Ulv« - ASC 9i30 tM* HottJlrti ••> ABC (C) Hoitt Dick Cavatt 11 tOO B«witeh«d -ABC Ili30 tfiiiurt 1»1« - AlC (C) 12tOO Tha Soon Shov - ttv« (C) It 00 fUwlyvad Cam* - ABC (C) It 30 Tha Baby Gam« - ABC (C) liiS Children'* Doctor • ABC (C) 2tOO Ganemi Hoapttal - ABC (C) a: 30 0«rk Shadow* - ABC (C) 3s 00 Dating Oaiw - ABC (C) 3i30 Boio'i Bif top Conic* - Livt (C) SiOO Bob Young Evening H«w« - ABC (C) Si 30 Truth or Conaaquoncaa (C) 6(00 Arkanaaa Neva and Waathar (C) 61 IS World Neva (C) 6s 20 Bud Canpball Sport* (C) 6)30 KATV Monday Night Movta "FAME IS THE SAME OF THE CAME" Jill St. John, Tony Francioaa 8 1 30 Pay ton Plata - ABC (C) 9 1 00 The Big Vallay - ABC (C) lOtOO Arkanaaa Nev* and w«*ch<ii (C) lOilS World Hews (C) 10:20 Bud Campbrll Sport* (C) 10t30 Joey Biihop Show - ABC (C) SUNDAY > HAUCH 1? 7:30 Tha Venabla Quartet (C) 8:00 Bullwlnkla - ABC 8:30 Milton Tha Monatar - ABC (C) 9:00 Linua The Lionhaarted • ABC (C) 9:30 Houaa Hunting w/Judy Pryor (C) 10s 30 Dlacovary - ABC (C) 11:00 plret Baptlat Church - Pine Bluff 12:00 Great Daeialona (C) 12:30 church ol Chriat (C) 1:00 NBA Baakatball - ABC (C) 3tOO American Sportanan - ABC (C) Gueat: Feaa Parker 4:00 Sunday Afternoon Movie t 'SEVEN MEN FROM NOW" Lee Marvin, Randolph Scott 5:30 News end Weather 6:00 Voyage To Tha Bottom Of The Sea 7:00 The F. B. I. - ABC (C) 8:00 Sunday Night Movie - ABC "WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE" Bette Davli, Joan Crawford 10:00 Arkanaaa News end Weather (C) 10:15 World Newi (C) 10l20 Bud Campbell Sporta (C) 10:30 The Late Show: "OLD MAN AND THE SEA" - Spencer Tracy 10«30 U«00 12(00 12.15 12t4S 1 »00 * 3i;30 At 30 5»00 5 1 30 6tOO 6i30 7 tOO 8)00 9 i 00 10)00 10il5 I0i30 11 i 30 12tOO SATUHDAY MARCH 16 61 30 Jackie Gleason 7«30 My Three Sons 81 00 Hogan'fl Heroea 8:30 Petticoat Junction 9:00 Mannix tmi Sob tt His Buddtft* Tow A jttty Underdog KAlltlu'jjih train P««w & Horn* Cn««f* fhfte tHU U ffo« Uff St, Mirk 1 * tplidef«t clwfeh Senator long R«port r«e« the ftatlcm Kip linger 6n«ft|lng tl(ttt« Hockiy Oamt Of tftt tormito M*pl« t««U»> PhlUdalphlfl Flytrs Party Md*o« Amateur Hour 21st C«t\tury Channel 12 Ussle Gontl* Ban Ed Sullivan The Smothers Brother* Mission tmposiilble New»/Norton-C,lcffl«nt« CBS New«/Rcflsoner Secret Agent Tht Mormon Chotr Vesper* MONDAY MARCH 18 6:25 Econotnics (Mofl-thut) 6:25 Acrom The Fence (Frl) 6«55 Your Pantor 7:05 CBS Ne«i/B«ntl 7i30 Bob d HU Bud Clio* 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9100 Candid Camera 9:30 Bevarly HillbllU«« 10i00 Andy Of Mayberry 10:30 Olck Van Dyke 11:00 Love Of Life lit 25 CBS News/Bent I 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:A5 Guiding Light 12:00 Neva/Oven 12:30 As The World Tuma l«00 Love la A Many Splendored Thing 1:30 House Party 2:00 To Tell The Truth 2:25 CBS Nevs/Edwarda 2:30 Edge Of Night 3:00 Secret Storm 3t30 Gllllgan'a laland 4:00 Rawhide 5:00 McHale's Navy 5:30 CBS New»/Cronkita 6;00 Nowi/Owen 6:25 Weather/Bolton 6:30 Gunamoke 7:30 The Lucy Show 8:00 Andy Griffith 8:30 * The Monday Might J M<»vla "Hilda Crane," Jean Slnrnonit Guy Madiaon 10:00 Newa/Dodaon 10:25 Weather/BoIton 10:30 Carol Burnett Shov 11:30 Sea Hunt 12:00 Weather/Vesper* T»* Bob Thomas at the Movies By BOB THOMAS AP Movte-Televlslon Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - The name Is the same but the music has been changed to give U a rocking beat. The musical madness of the late Spike Jones has been passed on to his namesake son, a sell-assured 19-yearold who hopes to cater to today's diverse musical tastes. "Naturally I get compared to my dad," says Spike Jr., "but I'm obviously not like him. I expect to play about two-thirds In his comedy style and one-third of my. own. It's not a hard«rock. Not that 1 don't like hard-rock; it's groovy, but It's just not my bag, to coin a phrase." Young Spike is hunting tor his own bag, and he leaves soon for some engagements In Canada to try out his new organization. He may well be the only bandleader who does his schoolwork on the road, ''I'm going nights to Santa Monica City College." he explained, "and I work it out with the teachers when I have to go out of town. They give me the advance assignments and ( keep up with the course while I'm traveling." The elder Spike made a good thing of his School of Musical Depreciation (or 20 years. He gave differing versions of how he jot the idea for his slam- bang style, One story was that he hit the wrong note on the Chimes while playing drums on the BUjg Crosby radio show; the cllnkfcr caused guffaws, In our last interview, Spike gave mother account: He saw the comic possibilities with music w&eo Igor Stravinsky walked across a concert stage with squeaky shoes. Whatever the inspiration, he went on to earn a fortune with music punc* tuated by pistol shots and irrevt erent versions of ^'Cocktails tor Two," "Chloe," "Holiday tor Strings,"'ttc. Although the field did well for him, Spike didn't raise his toy to be a musician, was set against my foU lowing his footsteps," says young Spike. "He wanted me to be a lawyer. But when he got sick at Harrah's Lake Tahoo In 1965, I went up to take over the band; I knew all the routines by heart, so that was no problem. Later dad saw me do a couple of engagements, and he was pleased and happy with how I handled myself." His father died In May 1065, and Spike Jr., fulfilled a couple of the band's engagement. Then he returned to graduate from Beverly Hills High School, He has been organizing a new band, and he explained hl.f rea> sonlnp "If I tried to lead my dad's old band, It would look strange— 1 look even younger than 19. So I've put together a group of musicians who range from 19 to 23. There are seven of them; I found out It was too expensive to travel with 12, Life In Arkansas By TOMMY YATES Associated Press Writer Being camera shy is one thing that prospective teachers coming out of the University of Arkansas won't be - under a relatively new program under way at the school, Education majors are getting a taste of what It's like being before television cameras awl microphones, The students are able to see themselves in the role of teachers, allowing them to detect flaws In their speech, posture, gestures and presentations By mt'.s* ol "instant play* back," a method made popular In television spurts, the student gets a quick soun^and-slgto motion picture of himself In ac* Uoa. Pr, Dean Clayton, 3C, of Tahlequah, Okla., came to the university last Juno and he said ho began using the technique Immediately. "We're really pleased with U (the program}," he said, "but we're walking right now and hope to be running later." Many high schools are using television for Instructional purposes, Clayton said. He said it was necessary that prospective teachers become familiar with the equipment before going Into teaching. Clayton, associate profeaaor of education, said the program will "have a great bearing »n improvement" of teachers, Richard a Shurtz, associate professor of education, is director of the program. Shurtz say« that (w anticipates that a "bank" of sound-film lectures and demonstrations in many fields of study will be assembled, U a student who was absent from '* class wished to see and hear what he missed, he could draw on the bank and thus miss nothing. Prt loiter Ptrmantnts (Curv, Body, or Operators I4fld» •*•'• WATCH f Oil III MttftfMMMtMMMMi ^MPPwfBHPWf'wIii WHHWP UPwWW* Saenger THfATIf 19 - ao ,

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