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July 14, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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-" ' Boyle's Column Bj HAL BO VLB low* City, Ii.-UPl-Colleje stu-i Helped by a $35.000 Rockefel- denti todiy are getting morejler grant, Dr. Lamp* worked for Cod-minded. , reveral years lo get churches of That u the conclusion of 9 pio- i different denominations to pro- neer reli»ioui educator at the! vide faculty mcmberi for his new University of Iowa her*. j school and underwrite t h e i r "Interest in religion on the part: salaries. Hi; idea was that in ad- of college ftudents is rising," said j dition to stork courses in the hii- Dr.- M. Wllltrd L«mpe. "It is a , tory of comparative religious stu- queitioning interest--a genuinely: dents at state colleges should be yearning interest. | able to study the specific faith "It doesn't take the form of a ° f lhelr choice, mass movement. It is more on a n . Today the school has a seven- individual basis. i m a n faculty, including four Prot"Young people are searching! cs * ant - two Jewish and one Re for a philosophy of life that can m a n C a lholir clergyman. It has (five an inner peace ad security | berome so popular that in a re- against the outward confusion and turmoil of the times. The cyrfical point of view, as .com pared to a generation ago, has. declined both among students and clafses professors." ! "Many of our students no on to Few educators in America an?!°ecome clergymen themselves," in a better position to assess t h e ! s a i d Dr - Lampe. "But th«t is not nt year more than 2,000 students--one-fifth of the enroll. ment in the college of liberal arts j--elected t o attend r e l i g i o u s IUCTOML VOT« TO "DIXICCKATS" IN IMI ACTIVfLY OPKMfB TO NO*THE«N KMOCIWTS MICGATE STIENGTH ILICTOIAL VOTE STMN6TH 121 KUSATK TO DEMOCUTIC CONVENTION ·OtTMWtn AKANSAS TUUt. , July t4, !»SS C«f* Jrem 1 to p. m. Thi» lervict ii offered to every person over 14 .vein of IR. Children under 14, who have never bt«n X-rayed, fhnuld hive a tu- ktrculin test ind if the test n positive should then receive the X- r»v. Tuberculin testi can be obtained from the private physician or «« the Health Unit a«y gaturii; . lv.-»r\ 8 «nd 11:30 a. m. Reports on all X-nyi irffl confidential. religious interest of college youth than Dr. I..ampe, 68-year-old rii- reqtor of Iowa University's famous school of reliffjon. Twenty-five years apo, Dr. Lampe. a Presbyterian minister, conceived the idea (hat e \ e n in a tax-supported statp university religion should be taught "not indirectly or.surreptitiouslv hut un- our primary goal « · "There is a real interest on the part of students in finding oul about the faiths of others as well as their own. Often they are less interested in orthodox forms of religinn, however, than they are in f i n d i n g t h e meaning of life in .satisfying ways." But to Dr. Lnmpe this eager student quest for a basic meaning is a sure sign of the !i GALLON Vanilia Ice Cream 6k Holland Bret, leclctr Plant relisinus instinct. | Since he quietly instituted the . "lo\va plan" other tax-supported i educational institutions across the country have adopted it as a pattern for their religious schools. He likes to feel that it has been a formula that has encouraged religious tolerance. "One of our former students ha? written a tpxthook on religion which he hopes will be acceptable to Jews, Protestants and Cath- Chest X-Ray 'We are living in a world where i ||f||f Tj| Bft Here Wednesday olics," Dr. Lampe said. "We are living in a w,,,, u n u c i r an idea like this, even when well started, will not perpetuate itself, automatically." he idded in oMs-j cussing his school's first quarter century, "it will always have to against misunderstanding, against wj j| cynicism and indifference, even against a false sense of security on t*.e part of its friends." He is sure of one thinf: The student atheist is no longer an intellectual hero on the American college campus. Lincoln the same hours today. Wednesday the unit will move to Fayetteville where, in compliance with a request that all food handlers receive an X-ray, the employes of Swanson'* will be examined Wednesday. July 17, 18, le mobile unit for chest X-ray ! nnri 21 the u n i t will he parked i the State Board of Health back of the City Administration give free chest X-rays in I building. Those who desire an X- rie Grove from 10 a. m.. to I I ray will register it a desk at the ' I p. m.. and from 2 p. m., to 5 p. m. | front of the building. July 22 the · I tomorrow. The unit operated in ' u n i t will opernte «l the Winilow NOTICE! OUR OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED FOB THE EMPLOYEES' ANNUAL COMPANY PKNK WEDNESDAY, JULY 16 Emergency Telephone 1588 j AS COMPACT "Httpmg Build North and West Arkansas" Tare's Magic in the Name of W I N N E R ! Vote Your Seat on the IKE MURRY for GOVERNOR BANDWAGON , The Only Candidate With A Definite, Positive Program --Political Adv. Paid for by Jim Bland, C»mp»ijn Dlrectfr * * * * * * * * * * * * West fork j Mr. and Mrs. Allan Keith have ai their guest for an indefinite time, Mrs. Keith's brother, Mr. Bob Howell, of Okmulgee, Okla. Miss Nancy Williams who is in nurses training at Sparks Memorial Hospital in Fort. Smith, is spending her vacation with her mother. Mrs. Rebec,.i Williams. Mrs. M. B. Horlon, of Durant, Okla. who has been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Morton returned home Saturday. Mary Jo iccompanied her home for a visit. Mrs. Bob Smith complimented her daughter Lucy, who was two years old, with a birthday party Friday. Those present were Mrs. M. B. Horton, Mrs. R. C. Deaton and daughters, Donna and Joyce, Mary Jo Horton, Mrs. N. W. Johnson, Gltnda Sue Southern and Karen Faye Johnson of Miami, Ok!a. Pictures were taken 'and cake and ire cream was served. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Johnson and daughter Karen Faye, of Miami, Okla. spent the week end visiting Mr. ind Mrs. Adolf Webber and Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Johnson. DOROTHY DIX -- iiEn rnoM PAC.I po'nj 1 1 few years? s. S. Answer: To pin matrimonial ho^'ei on a man as unstable as Charles is i very precarious undertaking. Watch Out Fur Cousin Even tnousn hi? rnimn Is not desirious of marrying him herself, she apparently has some reason why she doesn't want any other woman to get him. Being shrewd, 'he is perfectly well aware of her Influence over Charles and it very uiiiiriely to rel.nquish any of it in the near future. She is a predatory female of the first water-- a most dangerous opponent. You .describe Charles as soft-heirterl; I take exception to the n=mp- ii-m r.nd appraise him rather as a weak-willed blockhead over- susceptible to flattery. You should put up a fight for him, if you love him, but you'll have to fight fire with fire. Meek acquiescence w i l l accomplish nothing. A straight -from - the shoulder t»!k may have some effect on Charlie-boy; the blunt announcement that you don't like Cousin and would prefer that she spend more time away from your apartment, m i g h t accomplish more. A little competition raiy also be food for Charles. A definite stand must, he taken, however. Don't just wait around until developments force the ssue. Take a hand yourself. Used by thousands in reducing lieu-- Junft'i Romin Meal Bread. K*e» ·» with the tlnet-- read k* mnt toll*. Big Semi-Annual price Clearance of All Better Summer Dresses Bembergs Voiles ^ ,, LOUGHS Broadcloths Nylons Best fabrics Late Summer Styles Down-to-Earth Prices $ 4°° $ 6°° $300 Summer Skirts Mostly cottons. Swing Styles. $1.00 $2.00 $3,00 in all departments! Remnants l /2 One Small Lot Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirtt 00 Broken Sius in Mtn's Leather and Nylon Shoes $6°° Oxfords and Loaf en " 00 j m«n j Summer Hots I In timt for lot* summtr wear Pincheck Cotton Pants $900 Only twclvi pairs Itft. 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