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July 15, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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IQV, NOtTMWHT , July IS, I Ml . GEE · NOW I O3NT KWCTW VVHETUFF? I'M SUPPOSED 1O C=O OYEP THERE OS SHE'S SUPPOSED TO COME OVE;; HERE Pireirts Of Blind Children Invited To Attend Clink Little Rock-(Special)-The first clinic for parents of pro-srhool blind children will be conduciMi by the Arkansas School for the Blind, July 22 through July 26. The conference will be frre to parents and the child. Objectives of the clinic will be: ( 1 ) To give information regarding the normal development an?) prmvth of young children; a!«o some of tjie medical implications of eye conditions. ( 2 ) To acquaint parents with the many available resoun-es for the blind in regard to education and many other areas. (3) To give parents specific help in order to lessen their a n x i e t y and build hopes for the future. Specialists from several areas will be available. Among tims;? who will appear on (he program are; Dr. Frances Rothert, director, of child and maternal health of i the State Board of Health; Miss Barbara McDonald, chief n u t r i - tion consultant. State Board of Health; Dr. Fred Harris, school physician; Dr. R. J. Calcote, school ophthalmologist; w. R. Ooley, supervisor of service for the blind, State Department of Education; A. G. Thomson, director of special education, State Department of Education; Dr. B. P. Briggs, pedj- I alrician; Mrs. Alice Peterson, | chief medical social consultant, j Crippled Children's Division; Msisi Ruth Johnston, assistant director, i Child Welfare Division, and Miss' Henrietta Nunn, supervisor of field staff. State Department of i Public Welfirt. As a part of the public ichool system of the state, the ichool if interested in all children who ! have a visual handicap and hopes to reach pre-srhnol children, Falls Mile Down Mountain With Only Minor Hurts Punsmuir. Calif - t.-P) - A San Frawisn? p.iounuin dimber fell nearly A mile down the almost vcrtu-sl 3m*wy sirip of 14.185-foot M! Sha!i yfswrdsy and escaped wsth mlv bruises -and abrasions. P.in O'NfiM, 3*. said the only t h i n p thst* saved his life was his use *·; a\ o:d ro in his stomach. techniques to j other obstacles : t slide on his. my head, used my toes! as brake* an\i ?'.f?rcd with my forosrmf." hf .^^id. Dobinson Will Return To Teach At U.A. C. H. Dobm?on. profp??or of ed: ucalion at thp University of Redding. England, will teach at the University during the second term of the summer session. Dean Henry H. Kronenberg. director of the \ summer session, has announced. : The second term will open with : registration on Jgly 18 and 19. Classes will start July 21. Mr. Dobinson was a member of the University summer session faculty in ' 1950. . ; Other visiting teachers who will . join the College of Education fac- . ulty during the second term nre ; Marian Young. W. C. Budd, and Frank G. Davis. "Al'Tp ATTIC" IS A BEDROOM--You can turn your car Into a traveling hotel, if you have one of these "auto attics." On display at the Rome Auto Show, the "bedroom" is made of a waterproof fabric mounted on a collapsible, steel frame, anri is equipped with two rubber mattresses. It costs approximately $112, and measures seven by thr.ee and one-half feet. f ' TUftT GABLES RESOBTISA GREAT PLACE' TE9S AND BCNNIE BRAIPS WILL U HE IT, TOa" SW5 SAM. "ITS - EVERVTHINa" LOOK,WELL CVE SOU DETAILS ON UOH TO ELIMINATE THE .BUT rrisuxE PULLINC DECIUtLJTO TftXE TWO WTJEM5.UP I. HE NEEDS OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William! WSLL. HE DIDN'T GET IT DONE LAST WIGHT. AMD I'M AFKAlP TO EVEN LOOK AT IT FOR FEAR I'LL THIWK 1 CAN MAKE ONE XXX FLASHLIGHT OUT OF FOUR WRECKS.' PROBABLY SUOXOMT -BUT I MATE TO SEE VDU VUtSTE ALL THAT MONEY/ DOESN'T NEED E IN TUB WHY MOTHERS SET GRAY i.*i; ?«.»-.. SO YOU THINK THIS IS A LOrOF LOCUST5A VDU SHOULD WWt SEEN THE SWMW Wt | KILLED LAST YEAR 10,000 PfR SQUARE / YARO, OVER 600 TC«S TO T!iE A C R E . / CMEN A CLM8IN6 · TURN WHILS THE FLAGMtN AOWNCE17 STEPS TO MMtK THE NEXT SPWV RUN. tBT CO*S4 THE f IRST PLMJC, It'll NOIZIIS SWflM 7 6ALLONS OF INSECTICIOi A MINUTE. ACK AND FORTH, IACK AND . THEN LWJP AND KFILL. IMKMET F. AUKIPCE of midland. mien. MAS BORN OF THE 8? DAY OF meet? MONTH OK*V, StT OVEK TO iMt CITV THAT FLOWS Mite 5tt S\ COMPLETE vyrm HOUSES -STREETS- PARKS AND GARDENS OUUIMED IN PINK-WHITE AND GREEN APPEARS SPORADICALLY ON THE SURFACE OF THE MEDITERRftNEAN NEAR WAZARA DELVRILO.SICILV WP«IQHEP8 POUNDS Of HlcVOi'Y.N C. MADE A IJT-VARD HOLE-IN-ONE AND T« BALL A PERFECT 7 ON ITS FOREHEAD Owned bifCLETUS BUtCHNEft Convoy.Ohio LOCKED IN! HSVw.1 PMG ME99. BUT I MUST 6AY KADOOKUT EXCEPT FOR BAR ON THE WINDOWS, YOU'D NEVER KNOW THI9 WAv9 A WELL.. WELL.' TH' OLD BOY HIM5CLH HM«!/OF COURSE, TOR A PLACE WHERE THEY I MY DEA.R...^"THW ONE' IS CON9IDEE WOMEN TO BE V_ "J THE QUEEN Of sun-HUMAN,HE is jUm^A. SHEBM CERTAINLY BEING NICE TO THAT ONE: (TKMDE6 HIS POISONERS ·OKCMO^t.CUT i*J TH O CHBCCCMTf rf WHUT VOKUM//-THI5 LI'L GL'STURE AMr5 Y OH, IT'S NO SURPRISE COMMA I TOMt.SUH.'.' C*iSV MAE FlQOE^ED YO' WOULD.'.' IT SMVS you OOT TASTC MISSUS -OKUM - "If thta www't w OTpMUtvt, I'd to bond lUff. ; "NO I«ONEY WASTED ON MONKEY BUSINESS"-Bon ZO , 1 Hollywood'i famous chimp »ctor, looks every bit the politician as i he declare* himself a "dark chimp" candidate for the presidential ' nomination. Hoping also his next picture will be titled "Bonzo Goes to Washington," Bonzo is well^vened en political monkcyshinei: Advinced Degree In Speech Te Be Offered A master of arts dtgr*e in speech and dramatic art will be offered by the University beginning in September, it was announced today by Dr. Virgil Adkisson, dean of the Graduate School. Candidacy for the master's degree in speech and dramatic art will be contingent upon ability to speak and write with rnmnptpnrp. and upon acceptable mastery of fundamental knowledge in the field of speech. Academic work will be distributed to include nine hours in the area of concentration, six to nine hours in a second speech area, and six to nine semester hours in related areas outside the department. The graduate staff of the department is composed of Dr. George R. Kernodle. Dr. M. Bliir Hart, and Virgil Baker, professor and head of the department. On The Radio New York - (/P) - Tonight: NBC - 7 Scarlet Pimpernel; 7:30 Barrie Craig; 8 Meet Your Match; t 8:30 Truth or Consequences; 9:35 Kenton Concert. CBS - 7 People Are Funny; 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. North; 8 Lineup Police Drama; 8:35 Steve Allen: 9:05 | Strawhat Concert; 9:30 Dance I Music. ABC - 7 Mayor ef T i m e s Square; 8:30 Kathi Norris; 8:45 Erwin CanharA Comment; 9:35 I Dance Tune. MBS - 7 Jimmy Carroll Show; 7:30 Dr. Kildare; 8:05 Detective Drama; 8:30 Mysterious Traveler. Not white, not wheat, notify* But t fltvor blend of all three-- Juuge'i Roman Meal Mreao. ll-ll-tf to UK TIMES--It nj*. Gay Color For Contrast By Sue Burnett Headline news for fall--the attractive coat dress that's smart | for every occasion. This f t u n n i n g ; version uses subtle contrast for collar and sleeves, or mike It monotone if you prefer. Pattern No. 8*48 is « sew-rlte perforated puttrn In alien 10, 12, 14, 1(1. 18, 20. Slr.e 12, *** yards of .19-Inch; m yards contrast, i For thin p«lt«rn, Mnd 30c for' RACH, In CO1N5, your nurne, »d- drnu, «l«es d«lr«t, and the PATTERN NUMBtn to Sue Burnett, Northwnt Arkantaa Tlmei, 1150 Ave. Amcrleai, N«w Yotk 8§, N. Y. Bailc fASHION for 'SI u tilled witn Idw IP mtto your elotnw budfM |n (urtlxr -- Un*-Mr1n| intf teonomkal (MMjn* tMt art to »*w. OMi TUESDAY P. BL 6:00 Dinner Music 1:15 Starlet Tim* 1:30 News 1:45 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL New York Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals 10:15 Platter Party 10:45 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off WEDNESDAY A. M. 5:30 Rise 'n Shine .1:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine A:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapen 7:30 Morning News 7:45 Koffpe Kup Kapers «:0fl Robert Hurleigh-- M 8:15 Morning Devotions 1:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymni 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Paula Stone Show 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Random Rhythms 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 News--M 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Music.il Roundup 11:55 Market Reports WEDNESDAY P. M. 12:00 Jordainaires 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwagm Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 BASEBALL Chicago White SOT vs. Boston Red Sox J:Sfl Afternoon Varletlet 3:00 Swing Session ,1:10 Tune Pick 'n Tlm« 4:00 Tune Plek'n Tlnn 4:K Tun« Pick'n TlmV S:W TIw Merry Mailman IM Son|« of the B-Bir-B I:U Five Mia lUport

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