Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 21, 1952 · Page 10
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May 21, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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|tt--MOOTHWBT AMANSAS TIMM. feyritavifk, AriwmM WMliMtday, May 21, 1951 *·* 'fit P. T. A. Urged to Take Lead in Safety Work : "Family Security \ "iProgrom Advocated; ! A .Officers Elected -ifr* ; 3niianapoIis-WVDr. Herbert .1. Sfccli ol New York University to- tiiF urged parent-teacher associa- tiihi to engage in "family socuri- fo£ programs and to take loader- fthip in safety education. ; Dr. Stack, director of the Center lor Safety Education at NYU. led · 'Workshop on safety at the 56th Annual convention of the Notional £origrcs£ of Parents and Teachers. He said a family security program ^involve* all the activities of par- «nt« having to do with greater protection and supervision of chll- (Jr»o, »s well 01 training of children, regarding the common mtifral dangers." - He advlstd that locnl assm-ia- »et up unfety education jromj for memberj, encourife adult driver education rcfrwher courses, provide equipment for school safety patrols and sponsor construction of supervised playgrounds and swimming areas. Dr. W. Allison Davis of the University of Chicago told the convention last n i g h t America's' schools are turning out principally i students "with crippled minds, trained only in memorization of hlinri, unreasoning rote-learning Law Students Win Prizes For Review Writings Prizes totaling $300 have boon awarded to University l;iw/ r .tti- unn, unreasoning roie-iearning." j UUHHMIJ i,iw ..iu Mrs. Huswll C. Bickcl nf Colum- ' dpnls lm excellent writinR in Ihc bus, Ohln, wan nominated from Arkansas Law ncvicw, Dr. I?. A. the floor for secretary nf the con- ! '· c(lar . ''can of the School of I.nw, RIC.W and won by 11 votes over the .' s " i(i 'otlay. Three prizes were siv- Nomin.itinit Committee's choice, I cn lar tnr! ^sl comment.-; nnel · Mrs. E. L. Church of Kalamaioo, j tnr(t Driz(s for 'he best casenotes ' Mich. I published in the quarterly puhli- | Other selections of the Nrim-! rltion dllrin K 'he past year, in-line Commiltcc were unop-1 The first prize for eomm was awarded to K. L, Matthews, Mule Hock, for his notes, "Con-| ftiiiutlonn] Law--Ordinance Pro- hibilins as a Nuisance Solicitation I by Non-Resident Salesmen." · Cieorgo Haley, Pine Bluff, and; | William Putman, Fayetteviile, tied : for the second casenotes prize, re-' I reivmg $30 each. Haley wrote' "Conflict of Laws--Kffeet on Title 1 nf New Transaction after Unpcr- mltted Removal of Chattel to An-; other Rtntc." Putman wrote ''Torts . - Neqlicenee - Koreseeability -- ' ' Arm nf Risk." The prizes v/ere awarded by a committee consisting of William : Nash, f.ittle Hor-k, president of the: Lav/ Keview Corporation; AVylie Davis, faculty editor of the Law. Review, nnrf Dean Leflar, Keep up with the ttmec--n*d Kiwanians Told Short Ballot Is Preferable i ; % GALLON Vinilla Ice Cream 63c lm. lecktr f J NEW GARAGES ' No Monty'Down Vf t» » Mcatbi lo H*par DYKE LUMIER CO. Ml Ik. CfclH- PIKES ARE IORN HERE AND RAISED ELSEWHERE Open Each Evening 'Til 9 HILTON BROS, MNVE-IN FURMTUtE ··· Hlwir n Nertk ··· I I 'The people should be given the I opportunity to vote only fnr those i officers who nre In a position to make governmental p o l i c y , " Franklin I3ridge, of the University department of political science told members of the Kiwanis Club (it their regular noon meeting yesterday. Bridge said he believes that only the names of such Important administrative officers as governors, state legislators, mayors and city councilmen should appear on the ballot. · ''Let them make appointments lo lesser offices" and hold them responsible for the conduct of these offices, he added. Pleading for the short ballot, Drldae said he believes that reducing the number of elective offices is the best cure for non- vollng.. . ' ,. The long ballot, he: said, "discourages would-be voters. . . because it presents such a tremendous (ask of selection among men and offices the voter knows little or nothing about." Merry Robln-Go-Kound Cleveland-f/pj-A nest of yriung robins at Euclid Beach Park may I fly in circles when they grow up. Their mother built their home on a merry-go-round. Double Barrel Action dence Obtained by Scienlific Devices and Analysis." A $30 third prize went to John Elrod, rtisonj who wrote "Tort Liability of Charitable Organizations." " [ The cascnotes first prize, $60, Skin Dry? Itchy? Oil-rich* Ratinol softont and ioothei. Relief lajtj 'Confaini lanolin RE SIN PL""" WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You Since 1929 SMITH RADIO SHOP STRAIGHT STRAIGHT BOURldN W H I S K E Y * IHI »«I«K»« HSmllNt COMPANY, INC. · ««IN, HI. WATCH THIS S P A C E For Doily Bargains THURSDAY'S VALUE 13-FT. DEEP FREEZE Regular Price .$439. 95 THURSDAY'S PRICE $364.95 SMITH RADIO APPLIANCE TPN1TI THURSDAY fXrlSM THE BRUTAL CHAM fOUGHER THEY COME Also: Color Cartoon and News FROM M-G-MI TECHNICOLOR! JITSJPLIEASANT AT A MALCO THEATRE P A L A C E OPEN NOW SHOWING 12:45 1:55 - 3:50 - 5:45 - 7:40 - 9:35 HAREM'S ON STRIKE FOR HIGHER STANDARD OF LOVINGI PREMIER SHOWING ?.-K TONIGHT Thru' SAT. 7-9 A D/M I /% ; SAT. Matin** 2:30 Ar VJLLV/ MINUS -- A N ALL PLUS PRODUCTION THAT DEFIED THE BLINDING FURY... THE LURKING DANGERS OF A FROZEN WILDERNESS! 9 Color Cartoon · Shori Subjeci U A R K PLAYING Features »1 7:10 . 8:55 UHKN MAN* "'" NASSEUE »£SS£EXm GRANGER COREY CHAMSSE 7hat's a Lot of "Dough But That's Exactly What The W. G. SHIPLEY BAKING COi And Its 52 Employes Spent In Northwest Arkansas During 1951 LET'S LOOK AT JT THIS WAY: Suppose all of our employes went 65 to 150 miles to buy their clothes, groceries and the other bare necessities of life- This would be most unfair to you and to Northwest Arkansas. Suppose our plant executives went 65 to 150 miles to buy tires and gasoline for our trucks, to buy the hundreds of other materials essential to our operation. This, too, would be unfair to the people of our area. We own our homes here, pay our taxes here and support our schools and churches--just as you do. WE INVITE YOU TO COMPARE-this to out-of-town arid out-of-state bakeries which daily take from Northwest Arkansas YOUR money to support THEIR schools, churches and homes in another state. it We Are Definitely a Part of this Area- and will continue to do our part. We want you to know we appreciate your loyal support and solicit your continued patronage." THANK YOU! The Employes of The W. G. Shipley Baking Co. t

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