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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - August 20, 1967, Ada, Oklahoma Page i the Ada evening news Ada Oklahoma sunday August 20,1967 change sweeps schools what about curriculum continued from pig ont although the main Pui pose is to give All students an of port Unity to study speech in a an age increasingly dependent on All types of communication there also Are plans for More specialized interests As a debate program. Lucretia Chapman who is studying for a masters degree in drama from the University of Oklahoma will teach the senior High speech classes and will help music instructor Betty Barton direct the school s television program. Speech classes at the Junior High will be taught by Bill Brackett former instructor at Seminole. Skelton says the next step in this area will be to set up a a Fine arts rotation Quot at the Junior High level with students it taking alternating 12-week courses in Art music and speech. It is at the Junior High level that Skelton sees a definite need for sweeping changes in the curriculum. He believes the Junior High years should be a a period of exploration a and that the course offerings from the seventh through the ninth grades should be widely expanded. A before the child reaches Junior High the areas he studies have All been dictated to him throughout element Ary school a Skelton explains a and when he gets to senior High the courses Are More or less again dictated because of the necessity to take required courses for graduation particularly in College preparatory for this reason Skelton believes that the Junior High program should be widely expanded to give the individual student a at least a taste of a variety of subjects As Well As the Basic curriculum now offered. Another immediate step in this direction is to expand the science program to include classes at the eighth Grade level. As a matter of fact under Skelton s direction a committee has been set up to study an elementary science program patterned on the science curriculum improvement study conducted by the University of California at Berkeley. Skelton said the school system is applying for a Federal Minnie treat Konawa a mrs. Minnie treat resident of Konawa for 65 years died at 6 30 . Friday in a Shawnee Hospital. At the time of her death she was visiting in the Home of a Niece Evelyn Megah in Shawnee. Services will be at 2 . Monday in the Church of Christ of Konawa j. Sterling Turner minister of the Church conducting the rites. Burial will be in Violet cemetery. Watts funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. A mrs treat was born in Texas feb. 25, 1884, and came to Konawa Vicinity in 1902. Surviving Are four daughters. Mesdames Bertie Ensey Edna Mae Lee and Christine Sharp. Att of Oklahoma City and Pauline Stwodah Shawnee two Brothers Bob Mcclatchey Shafter calif., and Wes Mcclatchey Walnut Ridge Ark. Bertha l. Brantley services for mrs. Bertha Lillian Brantley. 508 West 8th, will be at 2 . Monday in the Criswell Chapel. John Stinson Ted Kinnett Tommy Johnson Earl Howard Glen Roland and Kenneth Roland will be casket bearers. Burial will be in Rosedale cemetery. Mrs. Brantley died at 10 30 a . Saturday in a local Hospital after a Long illness. She was bom in Texas Jan. 16. 1899, daughter of Bert d. Myers and Lucille Godfrey Myers. She was married to Lewis Edgar Brantley Jan. 4, 1915. He died sept. 8, 1958. Mrs. Brantley was a member of Jehovah a witnesses. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Josephine Newberry Ada three sons Wesley and Don both of Ada and Carroll West Memphis Ark. Two Sisters. Grace Wheeler Windsor calif., and Nadine Bandy Oklahoma City 14 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Car fire doused Ada firemen put out a fire saturday morning in a car driven by Ray Melton at 800 East 10th. A spark ignited some gasoline damage was minor. T at 2 16 . Saturday firemen were called to a grass fire in the rear of 407 West main. Frank m. Smith services for Frank m. Smith 73, will be at 2 30 . Today in the Chapel of the Mayes funeral Home in Norman. He died at 5 . Saturday in the Norman municipal Hospital after a Long illness. Or. Smith was born in Harrison Ark., aug. 26, 1893. He came with his family to Oklahoma in 1903. He served for 18 years As a member of the Ada police department retiring in 1963, when he moved to Norman. He worked in Norman As a school traffic policeman. He was a member of the Mc-1 Farlin memorial methodist Church and was Active in the Oklahoma peace officers Asso-1 elation. The Rev. W. W. Haynes associate pastor of the Mcfarlin Church will officiate at the service. Burial will be in the roof cemetery in Norman. I he is survived by his wife Ida Elizabeth of the Home 609 Rosedale Norman a son Harold Heavener a daughter mrs. Ray Goldsby Goldsby okla. A brother John Smith Ada two Sisters mrs. J. F. Manley Shawnee and mrs. Martha South Minco five grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Residents of Ada who Are numbered among the casket bearers or honorary bearers Are police chief Lester Hokit Marion Fenton Pete Edgar and Floyd Haynes. A Call be 2-7128 Council sets monday Agenda Adas City Council meets monday night for its second session of the month. The Agenda includes presentation from the american automobile association a report from the Airport commission on additional hangar space and request to consider financial arrangements request to Annex the future High school site recommendations from the metropolitan area planning commission that the Valley View Hospital be rezoned to local Commer Cial appointment of a member to the metropolitan area planning commission to fill the vacancy created by resignation of Neil Gressett Street lighting contract with o g amp a ordinance setting Basic employee wage scale and other routine matters. For your ready mix Wmk ski Jujj Verways a Putos Side Wixs cab prompt delivery in the Ade areal All amounts free estimates Johnson Enis Back from to. Conference j. D. Enis Mclish superintendent returned Friday from a 3-Day conference in Springfield. To. Enis accompanied by his wife attended the National conference for american Driver and traffic safety. It was held on the Campus of Southwest Missouri state College and was the Lith National meeting of the group. Enis was involved chiefly with the workshop division in secondary traffic safety. The conference which Drew 500 delegates from All Over the nation is sponsored by the National education association. Wast of Ada a Toby. Johns in some National Parks including Yellowstone and grand Teton Elk have stripped Choice grazing areas threatening soil erosion and undernourishment of wildlife. Grant to finance in session training for All elementary teachers of the a discovery method Quot of teaching science. The Grant will be applied for through East Central state College and implemented through the Public school system. The school superintendent explained that the a discovery method Quot Aims at developing a problem solving approach to scientific study rather than learning by Rote or memorization of an accumulation of facts. A the time is past a says Skelton a when it is possible to rely on feeding students a series of facts a there simply Are too Many a facts to be covered the other area of immediate change in the High school curriculum involves the addition of the Industrial cooperative training program As a result of recommendations of the state department of education and evaluation of the program by the superintendents office. The program which adds on the Job training to classroom instruction Aims at better preparing High school students who plan to go on to vocational Fields rather than to colleges or universities after leaving High school. Interest in the program has been so great that Skelton comments that not All who wish to take the Industrial education courses will be Able to immediately. Although the school system will not neglect vocational education the emphasis will remain on College and University preparatory courses Skelton says a because of the kind of town this is and because of the High percentage of High school graduates who go on to College. Generally Ada highs curriculum reflects the interests and needs of a town with a High percentage of professional people among its residents. The High school ranks far far above the minimum requirements set by the state department of education offering a total of 67vt units of instruction As compared to minimum requirements of approximately 20 units. Incidentally though Ada High does not meet nor intend to meet an increasingly outmoded area of study demanded by the states Constitution it does not include a course in agriculture or horticulture. One area of particular strength is the teaching of foreign languages Ada is the Only school in the state that offers a full course of russian for example. In addition courses Are offered in Spanish course the third year of latin. However changing patterns of student interest and needs probably will mean one lop Ping off of a present language course the third year of latin. Skelton says the course attracts fewer and fewer students each year indicating that it should be trimmed to a two year course As Are the other languages except French. Considering the question of foreign language instruction at the Grade school level Skelton believes it will come eventually but not immediately. Skelton says if foreign languages Are taught in the Grade schools it will Only be on the basis of being Able to have an actual classroom instructor adding that he is a very dissatisfied with the to approach As used by the Oklahoma City Skelton believes that the to approach is too impersonal to be beneficial to the students and says that if foreign language study is expanded downward in the Ada school system it will be added at the fifth or sixth Grade on a a conversational generally Grade school curricula Are More a matter of areas of Basic study rather than particular course offer than particular course offerings Skelton says and believes that Here too. The Ada system rates Well above average. Strengthening of the school system on the elementary level has come about in recent years through the use of More comprehensive testing systems and the addition of programs As remedial Reading which will be operating from the beginning of the school year this fall. On the elementary level Skelton s philosophy reflects the same attitudes As his thinking on the entire Modem school system a process of continual exploration of new methods and techniques to meet increasingly Complex social needs without focusing on the merely a faddish a in school i a a a a irn amp i a of i Quot / a. Ipp f. Jig a a. A. Iii Survey shows Vietnam support slipping continued from Pogo one create a series of asian Buffer a i think it is bad policy for us lations committee have said states around red China Quot Tow to keep sending More and More they would not support a or said. Men to War in South Vietnam commitment now. But sen. Russell b. Long d while we fail to do All we can still there seems no Likely la., assistant majority Leader and should be doing in bombing Hood that any attempt will be who described himself As a More North Vietnam made to put into operation the of a Hawk than the president a similarly. Sen. James o. Machinery noted by Johnson said he was standing behind Eastland d-miss., said at his news conference Friday Johnson. Sens. Strom Thurmond. R that is available any time con Ujj seems to me that we Are s.c., John l. Mcclellan d-Ark., Gress wants to rescind its 1964 War and have no Choice 3nd Paul j. Fannin r-anz., action. But to try and win he said said the president was not doing most of the senators had give sea John Stennis d-miss., enough to win. Mcclellan and in their views to the associated remains classed As a Hawk sen. George a. Smothers a press prior to the news Confer said a it Jere is still no Clear Cut fla., said the bombing of the ence in which Johnson noted the p0jcy which allows the military North should have been expand-1934 Resolution could be rescind to u e their orces most effect. De two years ago. De by a simple majority vote in Tivey and t0 strike at the ene a a Well executed plan to peruvian indians a smoked defeat him or Force him to the the first Flint razor about 4,000 peace table. Years ago. Answer a Well it is several things. It is an old Concrete silo end it a a a located on Chip. To West of Rev. Incidentally that i. Lam. Ivy crowing up the. . Of the. . But that is not Poison Ivy growing out the top Ture is taken inside the Quot a acreage West of Ravia. Incidentally that is Poison Ivy growing up acreage e nop of # fret and this pie silo. The silo was t being used end years ago to the Bottom o7 the silo. It grew. And it grew and it grew. The. Long trunk runs almost it Prendi our right up the. Interior of the. Trockur. A a a Quot Quot a a a a Sticks up above the masonry. The silo is 65 to 75 foot High. They can remember the tree being in the silo for 20 Yin. Water problem solved publisher sys advances come Tish faces one More following riots continued from Page one fictions. Equal to or of like Cincinnati api pollution and they re doing it kind As the previously existing seems to take a racial Catas a .�?4 system. L trophy to bring about Progress Rowe said however that the. A a themselves. Its their Plant their Stream and their the corps of engineers apparently disagrees. In a letter dated july la. Col. George a. Rebh District Engineer of the Tulsa District told Rowe the corps has Quot no authority or obligation Quot to do anything about the Tishomingo Plant. The original 1952 contract Between the corps of engineers and the City of Tishomingo provides Only that the corps build an Imhoff tan of certain specs Farmer admits killing family contract also Calls for acceptance by the City and Tishomingo has never accepted the Plant. A we want a new the Mavor said a even if the City has to do it itself. But we feel it s their place to do Rowe said also that he has tried to get written reports from the state health department on the periodic tests made from 1942 to the present but that the department has never sent them. A i d be a fool to ask the people to vote a Bond Issue for a new Plant when i can to even prove we need one a he said. Rowe and Miller both estimated a new sewage system would Cost As much As or More than the water system presently being completed a More than $200,000. Miller added however that a Federal Grant of 33 per cent of the Cost would be available to the City if voters approved a St. Cloud. Minn. Apr a Small town sunday school superintendent has admitted i shooting himself and inventing a Story in which he blamed Midnight marauders for the deaths of his wife and four Small children in their burning Home. Sheriff Peter Lahr said saturday that David Hoskins 30.had a dlr sue for the remainder. Signed a statement saying he had shot his wife then set fire to their farmhouse to conceal the crime. No charges were immediately filed. The charred bodies of his wife Loretta. 29. And their children Julie 6 Darla 5 Linda. 14 and David 6 weeks were recovered Friday from the soldering ruins. The Hoskins farm Home is about 60 Miles North of Minneapolis in Central Minnesota. A Hoskins states that after wounding himself with the death Congress without the necessity for his approval of action. Sen. Thomas j. Mcintyre. D-n.h., said he still supported the presidents course a but i must j admit that in a shaken a a the mood of the Senate is changing Over Vietnam a he said. A a it a becoming sen. John o. Pastore , previously classed As a Hawk said a i done to want to be put in the position of approving or disapproving our Vietnam policies. A the country the Senate the intellectual Community is split Down the Middle on this Issue and it is not a healthy sign. A i sen. Edward w. Brooke r-mass., said he was discouraged by the Way the War had been going but he put great store in the Vietnam elections. I a i stand practically where i did in March when i said that i reluctantly support our present military position in Vietnam Quot he said. A after the government is elected i would Hope there would be negotiations with the left and with another freshman senator Howard Baker jr., r-tenn., said a i won t express approval or disapproval but i will express support. I have grave misgivings about the War from time to time but i am not a military expert and i won t pit my judgment against that of the sen. John g. Tower r-tex., made his reply to the canvass question a a do you generally approve or disapprove of president Johnson a conduct of the Vietnam War a a the occasion to announce he was leaving the ranks of those who approved to join those who disapproved. He attacked what he called a the presidents continuing and apparently open ended policy of a gradualism in the War and said it amounted to a never win Poi a t a. A we simply must begin immediately to apply unrelenting military pressure on the enemy bombing All targets of military a significance and closing the Supply port of Haiphong. I believe it is important that we in civil rights and this in turn confront and defeat communist encourages More violence the aaaressi0n in Vietnam and publisher of negro newspapers 00 in Chicago and Pittsburgh says. Riots do not really help the negro cause John h. Sengstack said Friday but when a Man from the slums sees a Little or no Progress in civil rights Quot until he riots he will riot. The nation is engaged in a a Black revolution aimed at bringing the negro into the mainstream a he said but it is not Clear in which direction that mainstream is flowing. A each week a new Leader is bom and his pronouncements Are spread across the newspaper and television screen a Sengstack said. A this is confusing the Black movement and splintering the drive for first class the publisher said that last year Chicago mayor Richard Daley called on him when the riots were about to erupt. Daily crossword across i. Birds beak 5. Rocky Eminence 9. Hau boy 10. Famous comedian 11. Stop naut. 12. First fruit 14. Music not 15. Tonkin native 17. Server 18. Cuckoo 20. Beast 22. Greek letter 23. Compunction 25. Men 26. Marsh 27. Tavern specially 29. Next to a Birdie 31. Corfu i Tahiti. Vancouver Etc. 35. Mountain comb form 36. Hint 37. Blue Hen stat abbr. 38. Push 40. Man of experience 42. Exist 43. Narrates 45. Greek epic poem 47. Fodder vat 48. Old measures of length 49. Amphibian 50. Behalf Down 1. Olike 2. . Tree 3. Missing 4. Sleepy 5. Trial 6. Egyptian Christian 7. Capture 8. Tell la. At a distance 13. Nestling Quot 16. I Wix spy outfit 19. Difficult situation 21. Places in which to catch certain aquatic mammals 24. Hawaiian Bird 28. Pelican state abbr. 29. Sulk so. See 7 Down 32. Dine 33. Degrade 34. Snow vehicle yesterday anew 39. Girl s name 41. Wide mouthed Jar 44. Turf 46. Breed a i z 3 4 % s b 7 6 i a 9 i to a ii a 12 13 14 a is my a it is it a 20 21 22 23 24 is % a 2b % la 26 Vati. It 30 to 31 32 33 34 3? 30 % 37 36 34 40 41 a 42 43 44 i 45 40 to 47 45 i 49 % so to. A. Residents of the tree say staff photo daily crypt quote a Here show to work it la Longfellow one letter simply stands for another. In this Sample a is used for the three los x for the two o a Etc. Single letters apostrophes. The length and formation of the words Are All hints. Each Reav the code letters Are different. A cryptogram quotation Fez ref a Xiv pm bpm Viz no Puj Bjo a c Etc of or c f. A i m b z f talk that Suppes sed yesterday crypt quote in action is better Carlyle o 19c7. King features Syndicate does not end altogether. A inc o partly sunny Oklahoma a partly Cloudy and Little change in temperature through monday. High sunday weapon and setting the fires he 84 to 92. Also tied himself to his outdoor clothesline pole and Only then realized that his children were in the burning the Stearns county sheriff said. A the further claims that he attempted to free himself to save the children but became entangled and was unable to free himself a the sheriff said at a news conference. Hoskins chairman of the Board of the Church of Christ at nearby Kimball minn., where he had been sunday school superintendent for three years was found tied to a clothesline pole by a group of teen agers. Some youngsters noticed the House and barn afire and stopped to investigate. Hoskins was naked to the Waist and bleeding from gunshot wounds in the shoulder and Abdomen. He was taken to St. Cloud Hospital and a Bullet was removed from his shoulder. St. Joseph s registration set St. Josephus Catholic school will Register students this week. Three registration periods Are outlined. They Are wednesday 9 a in noon thursday 2-4 ., and Friday 7-9 . I registration will be held in the Library. The school offers instruction for grades one through eight and is open to All students. Buy sell Trade rent. With i news classified ads. Be 2-4433. Wanted men women from ices 1 and Over prepare now for i a. Civil service Job opening during the next 12 month go eminent positions pay High starting salaries. Bev provide Mac greater Security than private employment Ami excellent Opportunity for advancement. Many positions require Little or no specialized education or experience. But to get one of these jobs you must pass a test. The Competition is keen and in some cases Only on out of five pass. Lincoln service has helped thousands prepare for these tests every year since 1948. It is one of he largest and oldest private owned schools of its kind and is not connected with the government. For free Booklet on government jobs including list of positions and salaries fill out Coupon and mail at once a today. You will also get Ful. Details on How you can prepare yourself for these tests. Done to delay a act now Lincoln service dept. 24-313 Pekin Illinois i am very much interested pleas Send to absolutely wee i a list of u. S. Government positions and salaries 2 information on Bow to qualify for a u. I. Gov Amman Jab. Name. Street. Phon. City. Quot Ati. Ass rices p Speed Satin 6uddens famous a late Wall paint a Guarani to easy pointing a Guaran gtd Cost rat a Guor ant god durability a Guo Rantand i Tau to a guarantor was ability Gal. Kit l most aloft big. 6.8 9 Gai. Smed Satin Meh Tous rooms Rew 100xing until tou want to Hance colors for inside Walls Orts in to min. A East lean or. 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