Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 6, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 6, 1952
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State Parent Etata Workshop Under Way At University With 85 Attending The 15 Arkansas parents and teachers attending the second annual state parent education workshop this week at the University wtll hear a youth panel composed of Fayetteville High School stu- dent» tonight in Carnall Hall. Members of the panel, organized from various classes in the high school, are Ann Stiles, Alfred Taylor, Betty Sisemore, Jimmy Snyder, Janice Phillips, and Dick Blake. The Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr., will be moderator. Mrs. H. P. Jenkins of Fayetteville will introduce the panel. The workshop, sponsored jointly by the state Parent-Teacher Association Congress and the University, began Monday night with a dinner and will end tomorrow afternoon. General theme of the meeting is "Better Adjusted Children Through Better Adjusted Parents and Teachers." Speakers yesterday morning and this morning on phases of the general theme were Miss Marian Young of New Lincoln School, New York City, and Miss Anna A. Martorana of New York State College for Teachers, both visiting faculty members at the University. The talks will be summed up tomorrow morning by Dr. Glenn Dil- dane, visiting faculty member from the Institute of Child Study, University of Maryland. Fayetteville P.T.A. Council members were hostesses yesterday afternoon in a tour of the Fayetteville High School building. A picnic was held at Harmon Playfield, at which school Supt. Virgil Blossom introduced U.A. President John Tyler Ctldwell. who wel- F R E E C A T A L O O ·VMNflMI, FMMI, HANtHtl, men*! nomrr fO« *AU TMOUOMOUT THf WHT Contalni ntmes. locations, iron, leeie. rent, price, etc. SPECIFY BUSINESS OB 1-ROPtRiy AMD LOCATION DISIBED, nd we your request In Specie! Service B u l l e t i n tent to owntri No o b l l c t t l o n Write («· c*t*fa( M*. MC.A' NltiMil Business Prtperty txttiiiwt 4IOIW.3mSt.,LnAn!tl«5,CKt corned the group to the campus. This afternoon the visitors were to tour the University campus. Daily workshop activities include morning discussion groups; afternoon interest groups; and prcvues of film for study groups. WILL WIN THIRD -- CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE but 1 will not support on? over the other. "We're going to accelerate the industrial development of Arkansas, and to do that we must have a more abundant supply of cheap electricity." Critlcitei McClellan McMath again tore into U. S. Sen. John L. McClellan, whom he has accused of teaming with AP 4c L and Cherry in an effort to get him out of the governor's office. McClellan has been calling in all the people he can touch and putting the heat on them, the governor accused. In what seemed to be confirmation of long-time speculation that he will oppose McClellan for the latter's Senate seat in 1954, McMath charged: "McClellan is running his Senate race two years ahead of time. I am having to run this year against both Francis Cherry and John McClellan." , Then he quipped, "If I beat aoifi of them I.think I should have both offices." Addresses Co-Op Members The Woodififf Co-op serves 10,500 farm families in seven East Arkansas counties. T. E. Bostick of Forrest City, Co-op manager, estimated that 4,000 to 5,000 members weie on hand for the one- day meeting and heard the governor speak. Candidate Cherry's St .Francis County campaign manager. Gene Elanagin. of .Forrest. City, charged that Judge Cherry had been denied an opportunity to speak at the meeting. He said he had talked with all seven directors of the co-op and that they had told him there would not be time for Cherry to speak and that McMath's talk would not be of a political nature anyway. The governor later said no one had informed him his speech was ot to be political. BALLOT BOX BRIEFING--C-I's listen 10 absentee-ballot vollns instructions in a Korean front-line bunker. Explaining ins and outs of out-of-stale voting is Lt. Robert J. Szulski at left. Brig.- Gen. Wayne Smith. Seventh Division commander, stands in th« entranceway, listening with his men to one of many lectures being given soldiers in preparation for coming presidential election^ Night Club Officials Dit In Plant Crash Atlanta - W) - T w o Kentucky night club wecutivei carrying mor« than $16,000 In cnh were burned to death in a private plane that crashed and bunt into flames yesterday. Police identified the victims as James H. Brink, operator of the Lookout House Supper Club near Coviniton, Ky., and Charlen Brahmann, the club's manaier. Their single-engine Beechcraft Bonanza plane overshot a runway in trying to land at the Fulton County (Atlanta) airport. The first recorded lightweight boxing champion of American listing was Abe Hicken reign extended from IBM to 1872 when he retired. A*»*tl*» !· HH TIMKR--It w rttt Rtj*eta4 Lot Angelei-W-Movie Maker Walter Wangtr's plea for freedom has been denied by the Parola Board. The board ruled Tuesday he presented no evidence to warrant a parole. Wanger has served two months of a four-month sentence for shooting and wounding Jennings Lang, agent for Wan- Eer's wife, Actress Join Bennett, last December 13. rune Craak Kllb Tw« San Diego, Calif. - (/Pi - A B- 36 bomber, comini In (or a landing, plunfed into the ocean car- ryin« two of Its crew members to death. Six others aboard were rescued. All of the crew were em- ployes of Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation, which was modernizing the plane. ·en wf with UH Umm--rtnt Ike Tttjwa ·!!. BALLOT FOR- CONTIMUIO ntOM fAQI OUt t*r Ctautlr Ckrk Paul C. Davis Ttr Tax Aeemer Ccorgt McConneH Ttt Cnnrtr Treaanrer Clint Shook John Kirsh Ttt Ctnmtr Edmond Watson r«r C**»l7 Cais Mulrenin Crnltr rttld wai HM1 an April r,, 1947 for · doubte-bodcr with f'HUburgh. Grant Made T. V.A. Washmgton-(^)-The University School of Medicine has received I federal grant of JI2.WO to fur- Iher the study of cancer control. In announcing that today, the Federal Security Agency said Dr. i Wllll.i E. Brown would he In charge of the project at the Ar- kansus school at Little Rock. I --- · i The largest crowd ever tn at- j fr.d a Clndnnall Reds' name at I In !».12 ZiiawortH Tint* successfully defended hi* men's tin- lies tennis crown b» defeating Henri Cochet U th« flnal. 0 -4, 4, «-4 Vote to Eltct Lloyd McConwN TaxCoNoctor Tuesday, Aifisl 12* Hot n*v«r M4 · public office FIREMAN PLAYS BIRDMAN--T. Milsson, * Swedish fireman flaps his plastic wings before attempting to be a "blrdman" during 1 trial at Sundsvaal. During the first trial, the wings were dam- jgej, but there is no report on what happened to Nilsion. 41 E. CENTER PHONE 21 Prices Cut Sharply For WARDS AUGUST WHITE SALE LONGWEAR SHEETS Sty. 2.99 I . / O Six 99 in. $avt 11%. 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