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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - December 8, 1944, Blytheville, Arkansas Fit i Dav. 8. I 11 i k Ctm i tick Mays i a a. Quot labor Leader j How shall schools counsel students pledges work on armaments dec Lender up a a comr pledge answering Ellis request to Jack it duct Ion program president George Washington. A prominent labor Lorth with a general semen up the War or acting Cio a cd Des said Quot to want a a a Ashue oui president. Cir neral somervell and tire armed forces that we will do oui utmost to More than meet the increased demand for Abeles went on to say that he spoke for the More than one Milton members of the United ant workers Union the War production Bourd has pointed an accusing Finger at Congress for contributing to the manpower shortage the Lack of which has had much to do with the lags in production of military supplies. Chairman Kiev says manpower regulations Lack the Teeth to keep was workers in their jobs. And to blames Congress tor bringing about the situation by its refusal to legislate National sender. At the same time. Undersecretary of War Robert Patterson bad Ope Ted the War department s request that National service legislation be enacted even at this late Date but Krug says it would take it on Long for such leg lotion to pet through. The Only thing to do now. Fays he is to enforce More strictly the certificate of ability plan for keeping workers at the a jobs. On Capitol Hill the Senate finance committee has approved by a vote of 13 to 2, a Bill freezing the social Security tax boost. The committee chairman. Democratic senator of Georgia says hell try to put the measure before the upper House tomorrow so that Congress will have time to act Over the expected presidential veto. By is Adu neatly everywhere these Days Public schools have teachers designated As Counselor Quot in the Junior and senior High schools the i Nim being to help students solve educational vocational and personal j Robb is their training ranges from none to Many Summers spent in study. Schools arc divided As to what the Best Means Are some hold that the guidance of pupils is tis old As teaching itself and is a component of it requiring no Nagir mystical skill and that it can be carried on by classroom or Home room teachers under direction. A number of the Large cities do it this Way. Notably Pittsburgh Cleveland. And Minneapolis in other school systems it is considered to Field for experts Only but the inference usually i. That the Only experts Are those teachers who have taken courses in guidance and counselling in graduate schools of education. Baltimore for instance. Places one or two Counselor in even the smallest Junior High schools and six in the largest us specialists they work independently of the teaching staff Providence. Rhode Island w it ii one of the oldest programs of counselling Lias one Counselor to each 250 students. In both Points of View much of the guidance is regarding vocational and educational decisions. Quot teacher knows Best Quot there Are two approaches to counselling the Quot authoritative directive approach and a Quot permissive non directive Quot one. Stripped of fancy Lingo the first implies the Counselor s ability and authority to interpret problems and Supply the right answer. This makes students dependent say child psychiatrists Ria second implies the counsel i skill in setting up a discussion so that it becomes a Mirror in which a student sees his own problem in a detached Way then he can sup-1 ply his own answer from his own veal a it Ard. Waltl cd other dance p Phil insight and he mini mum of out child psychiatrist Independent. Do Testa ions to the them Pillow the is traditional to or knows two school i regard of other Chi and guidance Proem n a proc signal social we organize counselling and policies and Hon to a div i ii personnel. Here a. Knew children torn but i th1 classroom i of retaining the usual p High schools he Sesi pc non directive elementary schools people dealing with emphasis do Ald be vial Ion who h make counselling of Fossil from it teacher 80-Odd known to b children As persons in academic sponges in i assigned t it schools Aspi inc w mild a it it t preparation was run rat thoroughness Simp or its. Men sense. They were seminars and round to skins the Best child p in the country talked leaders in training soc lectured they read they one shia s do cling a Quot i d it Reliance i up Uhn up a pc Cotin Selin where children it is Thi Philadelphia in is Elf Canco were selector interested ii o in rms a in Many think s de or hug completely on Book theol hut not expected or allowed to at a 11 nip Tho Imposable. I Hoy Kin v that . No matter How inept they might be at first a empathetic heart a ready ear. And a mum Tongue w add remedy Molt. Ii id sent r it i Levities than a a it lid of Sil Lily new degrees. Shot i i tilt Lent it improved alter an initial resentment the teachers and principals Ace Phi that ii help because with the to Lilly toe shy and withdrawn child the by every one picks on. A a Iglus or Ile child the one win i mils a the sight of a read n k a the a g a and the show of they helped t Ach child individual in Quot to get up his problem As it to him. Personally and t in it in his own Way to him something new. Such a Lunation he Dies not have an a a l in consider How he May to feels work by inc int he i la die tend of they a it rapidly Hen cd for its and Tom trained in t Blo d Incus Psychia Tosh to them ii worker discussed. They sought rpt i in of Tilstra Ugto it and All the o i rom older Moi e hers who knew a Advt Tea a Hild from time the a children and their mistakes head of the do in capable ass parents and Sucre is on and stunt us it bad liked Raj i one. With Orting to the equal a in to use it and to recognize and Ai kept elements in the situation which will not yield to his pre sure and to which be will need to adjust in so hit As lie is Abir Quot there is plenty of honest differ once Etc Pinion Abonit the phils Dolphin plan but it is of Inton t to other it its because it is a fort ii j Light capable attempts to Combine a in Iii i n s of education psychic i try Aii j social work into a Way it 1 handling children that brings in what others besides teachers know and this o course makes tile Avei age schoo marm hopping mad sin does no to like to admit that any t Al worker in Short tile counselling teachers As they wire ailed Wen trained exactly As a master crafts Man trains an Alert prone map Prentice by handling actual Case under close supervision inst Penna leading in Miami open Golf tourney Miami fla., dec. 8 up a Veteran Tony Penna of Dayton Ohio Lead the Miami Onen Golf tournament with a two under 68 for the first round. He took 33 on the first nine and 88 coming Back to top an impressive Field of 107 pref Veshon Alf and 08 amateurs in the $10,-000 event. One stroke Back Conics the smooth winging airline Pilot from Atlanta. Johnny Bulla tied with Mollie Cravat of Miami. And three contestants arc bunched with per 70�?Ts. Maurie o Connor of i Belleville n. J., Pete Cooper of Gainesville Fin. And Herman barn n of White Plains. N. Y tile Are tourney favourites. Johnny Revolta of Evanston 111., and Henry Pickard of Harrisburg pa., dropped Back with 72 s. The Joe Kirk Woods senior and Junior Lead them with 7l s As does Tommy Wright of Knoxville Tenn. Morton Bright of Atlanta tops the amateurs with 73 for the first 18 holes. Close behind him Arr Earl Christiansen of Miami and Jim Lee of Tallahassee. Fla., both with 75 s. A Bright Sun and Lack of wind helped keep scores Low for tile first round and it seems probable that figures Well under a will be needed to win the $200 first prize when the tournament ends sunday. D the or the 1943 i i on Guam Atter having spent past several months in Hawaii m Dermott who shipped out it states on Christina Day of. Is the son >1 or. And mrs. Mcdermott Dell. Ii keeping up with the men in service pie. Frank Grigsby of Blytheville. Who Lias been stationed at fort Worth Texas has been transferred to the army air Field at Liberal. Kans. A a a Charles y Quot Buck Quot Watson 18-year-old sort of or. And mrs. E w Watson of Keiser has reported to Lincoln neb., for further training after spending his 10-Day furlough with his parents. He recently received his gunner wings and promotion to the rank of private first class at Las vegas. Nev. A a Charles a. Mcdermott Seaman 1-c with tile Seabee now is station pvt. Jerry Harrington whose wife and three children now Are living in Blytheville arrived in Hawaii private Harrington is the third son of mrs. C. W. Harrington so see overseas service stall Send. Glenn Harrington returner t it the country last month alter thru wars service in the India China Burma w a theater and Sci it Calvin Hartington recently returned to Hie United states alter two years in the Panama canal zone inc else Kin w s any tiling about children t mis that arc Willen to ask authorities outside the teach my profession what they also kno a a us children would seem Likely to learn More than those which arc re closer t it Ain idea not original la s within Tulve teaching ranks there a me wide implications in the Pubes Adelphia plan it might even make of schooling an effective experience. Talk on y m c a work Given by i i Robinson of Kansas Ciu Hie to at the , in addition to or Robinson were c. M a k and or Witt both of dont 1x00, and i w i Gnu la of Hale talks to rotations pvt. George Moi inducted into the Leavenworth. Kau. Been transferred t. Texas where he is infantry division. Private Muir is and mrs Muir of jr., who was army at fort on nov. 20. Has Camp Hoof training in an the son of Blytheville. Or. Myca Vork is subject of talk to i Kaniaris members Wanis club lunch a r of the Blithe meeting Yeste i hotel Noble James c Hale of Marion win a limes the if t Ion of prosecutor attorney next month was gut speaker at thursdays luncheon meeting of members of the Blythe Ville rotary club held it Hob Noble. Thomas Kinard manager of tin local office cd the railway sex pics company became a new Membri of the Urgani action at this mod lug when Glie is in addition to i Hale included Elmer Alexander of f Ine Bluff. Or w l Howze it Dallas Texas and Vav. I Myers of Beele to squirrels on Able diet Tif r Nan do miss up he a and a. Quirrels Arentt co Opeti Ting in the nations program o War conservation. Lately they Hays ruined a new diet wire cables on several occasions recently they have put a number of Telephone gnaw 2577 families served during past year by local red Cross an annual report recently was issued by Chickasawba District chapter of the american red Cross covering its activities during the a t year under leadership of Kendall Berry chairman and miss Julia Limbird executive Secretary. Special emphasis during the past ear has been placed on services of All types to service men and women and their families with the bulk of the chapters activities having to do with this Branch of work the report revealed. A total of 2,577 families have been helped during the 12-month period with services varying from inquiries and information to actual financial assistance. Tri order to assist in the mass of clerical work involved in this phase of work a staff assistance corps was organized with mrs. James Hill jr., As chairman. A training course was conducted aug. 21 through aug. 24. With 15 women completing tile course and with each woman since then giving a one Bali Day at a time to assisting miss Limbird and mrs. W. W. Shaver in routine clerical work. The number of returning vet crans and increased number of men now being inducted has doubled the amount of Home service work to be done and a Home service corps was organized with mrs. Harry Vav. Haines As Home service chairman and mrs. Byron Morse As Home service corps chairman. Twenty seven women enrolled for the intensive three weeks study course and at the present time each of 19 women Are working off their 18 hours of supervised Field and office work. Already these corps members Are greatly relieving the congestion in the chapter office and while working with families Are learning the real obligations of red Cross it was pointed out. The chapters production corps under the supervision of mrs. C. W. Afflick knitting mrs. G. W. Dillahunty sewing and mrs. B. A Lynch surgical dressings presents the largest number of hours worked and Cove s the activities of the greatest number of workers. Women engaged in this we Ork give a of their time regularly each week with All of these housewives or employed women with Little Leisure time. The years report shows a total of 27.036 hours worked with 1,472 women working. Seven Hundred and 17 garments were knitted,1 1.685 garments were sewn and 277.8c0 surgical dressings were made during this time. An Active year has just ended in the first Aid program under the direction of mrs. C. L. Wylie and a water safety program again was carried out during the past summer. Mrs. George m. Lee. Chairman of the committee was assisted by to women and the instructor miss Alice Saliba. Who is proud of a record of two years instruction of More than 200 children without an Accident. Much work has been carried on in the Junior red Cross when approximately 5,000 elementary school boys and girls became members of tin Chickasawba chapter during the year comprising a Large per cent of students of the District. Two munition classes and one canteen class were instructed by miss Camille Robinson with this activity expected to triple its service next year. Miss Cora Lee Coleman is nutrition chairman. Increase in number of persons seeking prisoner of War information during the year was so great that need for a separate committee i developed. The Rev. E. C. Brown recently was appointed chairman of this committee and already has been Able to offer suggestions and advice to Many families who have relatives missing in action or prisoners of War. Many items necessary for the Comfort and recreation of convalescent men have been provided for through the activities of the Camp and Hospital Council of which mrs. George m Lee is chairman. Activities of the Home nursing project have been hampered by a Lack of authorized nursing instructors but one adult class and one Junior class completed the course during the past year. Tile War fund with a quota of $36,000 was oversubscribed by $528.44 under the leadership of James Hill jr., chairman and his i co chairmen e. B. Thomas Noble Gill and t. F. A Doc Quot Dean. Quot the year just past has brought Many changes in the organization j and the operation of the Chicka i Samba District chapter of the american red or Berry said today. A it is with grateful thanks for the splendid cooperation we have j received and with a great Deal of Pride in our accomplishments that we have drawn up this summary of cur years work a he concluded. The drink of the Southern gentleman Glenby Fraset amp co., Newark n. Jul of proof new York . Meyers distributing co., Blytheville Arkansas Page three brat Fritzius Christmas offering of better gifts and toys of you have tried shopping recently tor your Holiday needs you will appreciate More fully the following listed scarce merchandise. These Christmas goods have been purchased from All Over the United states in order that you might fill your gift needs. Gifts for the ladies. Graceful finite Imp lire i in Lites. Translucent Beautiful priced su.50 to 1.00. Attractive lieder Dresser Sels. Priced $2.50 to 25.00 National minus Tai san of Dune Jewell y. Plated s Voo to . Artistically carved Ornwood pm titles ashtray picture i Lames. Etc. Priced 59c to $3.00 turkish towels. Another very item cellophane wrap Ped a Tisi to i git i iced k9c to $1.50 n advertised Nylon pollen priced $1.00 to $5.00 Fife like artificial orchids. Boxed Iii cellophane. Priced at $3 musical powder boxes and grand piano cigarette trays $10.00. Ifil handkerchiefs. One of the most Searer of All gift ileitis this Christmas Are better handkerchiefs. We had logo to new York Fin ours hut we Are really proud of our Assort Tetil. Each cellophane wrap lied. Exquisite fawns and Dain to linens. Hand rolled hems beautifully embroidered getter oils sizes. Arleed 49c to each. Fable linens. Attractively differ rut. Printed or while i Ach cellophane wrapped. Priced each $1.00 to $4 of kure Napkin sets glistening while damask or at rat live prints. Priced 75e to $3 per set better dishes. Dinner sets in Beautiful patterns. Service fur i. Ii or h. Priced $3.50 to $8.95 or set. Also artistic Aud useful individual pieces. Blytheville n most attractive line of hosiery. Nationally known chop Tan. High twist sheer Chiffon per pair $1 of to match above. Bates Percale Pillow cases. Per pair $2.78. Stylish bags. Always an accept Able Gill priced below regular Market Price to absorb 20� Federal tax priced $1.80 to $10.00 tax included believe ii or not. One lad won Delft to hates Percale sheets for hair Beds Only. A Hare gift for one who is very dear. Priced each $1.50 House a outs lust arrived. An assortment unequalled for variety and Beauty. Generously made. All sizes tip to 14. Priced up to. $10 00 daintily sheer gowns. Black or Tea Bose face trimmed and gathered bodice. A rare gift. Priced ,. $4.50 to $7.00 better blouses. All sires and colors. A wonderful selection. Priced $1.50 to $5.00 Chenille rugs. Fully covered with Chenille. Good assortment of colors. Arleed $3.95 a $3.50 a. A Farge assortment of oven King Glass coking Ware. A useful Gin. Cutlery. Attractive stainless steel that will give a life time of service. Sets of 24 pieces. 6 each knives Forks Teaspoons and Large spoons with red Grey or anther handles. Priced $10.75 to $19.95. Also Many other attractive tilts for the ladles. R a. Use our layaway a Deposit of $1 holds $10 Worth of merchandise n j attractive gifts for men menus Bath Robes. Wool or Gaberdine. A very attractive and Tisel til gift. Priced $1 3.7v� to $ 16.50. Menus dress socks attractively hexed. Priced 39c to $1.00 went a branded lies. Boxed. Priced a $1.50 men s military Brush sets. Brie of $1.00 to $5.00 beautifully Ornwood tie Racks. Priced $00 Kentucky club shaving accessories. Priced 79c to $1.50 menus sweaters. A Large variety. All sizes. Priced $1.50 to $5.00 men s Khaki officers twill dress shills priced at $3.75 melt s Lianes Winter underwear. Per suit $1.50. Menus dress shirts. While and attn Etic patterns. Priced $179 to $3.75. Men s genuine suede jackets. Priced at $13.75. Men s Aud buys feat Lier jackets. I iced $10.50 and $12.75. Mens and boys Alorton jackets and Mackinaw. Priced $3.50 to 8.75. Menus Feather Bill folds. A Good assortment. Priced $1.00 to $2.50 menus Fountain pen desk sets. Priced $3.50. Men s Ornwood Ash trays and memo pads. 59c to $1.50. Menus Outing pyjamas. All sizes priced at $2.50. Better gift handkerchiefs 75c a $1 each. Gifts for baby. Distinctive lot it animals by priced $2.50 to $3.75. Baby sets t bomb Brush spoon Lurk and powder Box. Priced $1.50. Beaded doll a i tiers each 39c. Hand knit sweater Cap and Bootee sets priced at $6.50. Infants dresses of dotted Swiss. Pink or Blue Satin How knots. Individually boxed. Priced at $1.98. Other infants attractive dresses priced $1.00 and $1.69. Infants while Outing Almonas gowns and slips. I Ach individually cellophane wrapped. Priced at 98c. Baby a Pepperell heavy Outing receiving blankets. Size 30x10. Each 50c. Baby a Cap. Crepe. Fined and embroidered. I Ach 50c. All Wool bootees. Per pair 39c and 59c. Is morn baby blankets. Beautiful designs. Of Aud warm. Boxed. Price si.98. Pepperell crib blankets. Satin bound. Sizes 36 x 50. Pink. White or Blue. Individually boxed. Each $1.95. Baby heavenly soft Eitler Down blankets. Size 36x50. Boxed. $3.95. Baby s solid Oak combination ridding High chair. Priced at $8.75. Baby s Solil Oak chamber seat. Priced at $8.50. Also believe it or not Eagle padlocks $1 can openers 20c Metal dust pans 69c Good claw hammers 75c Metal look boxes $1.75 Metal skillets 50c Metal pot cleaners. 10c and Many other hard to find items. Toys for kiddies. Large nurses kits in Leatherette kits $2.95 doctor kits Kilter kits sewing kits chemical sets Story Hooks $1.50 plastic dish sets to $1.50 Drums 39e and 69c a kiss dashboards usable 59c $1.25 play mops 25c and 35c 35c and 50c 89c be to 50c ask and answer game for the whole family 89c safety Dart game $1.50 mysterious skywriter 79c Large Black Stoard 79c Small straight chairs and rockers $1.39 to $2.50 double doll Beds with ladder 3.25 horse pull toys.$1.95 nationally advertised commando toys Lavanion Barge with jeep. $2 tank with moving Turret gun $1.75 Large jeep. $1.75 Large Field gun that makes firing noise As it moves $1.75. Strongly made Duck pull cart 2.50 machine guns 50c to 1.50 trolley cart .,.$1.25 Large Universal truck $1.95 Quot Noma Quot Oil truck$1 Wagon filled with blocks. $1.50 animal pull toys with moving Heads legs etc., .$1 build-a-sets1.50 cloth covered Wood pull toys 1.50 genuine Diamond scout axe f50 genuine u. S. Army mess kit 59c genuine u. S. Army canteen 79c Large sack of blocks.$1 Universal Quot build a Railroad set. 89c american hags All sizes in to $3 dolls All kinds sizes 39c to 8.50 bomber Ball game39c Model airplanes10c to 50c dial telephones .f50 modern Jig saw puzzles 5 puzzles Over 1300 pieces 1.50 aircraft paint set .59c Large paint set $1 a Man Finger print set .1.75 Cross Bow gun 3.50 Large 17-Power telescopes 43 inches Long when open. The above Are Only a few of the attractive gifts which you will find at Fritzius this Holiday season of you do not want to be disappointed you should buy now. We have a convenient and simple layaway plan. A payment of just $1.00 will hold any merchandise which you Purchase up to $10.00 until Christmas. Our layaway department is already full to overflowing so for your own Protection shop Early. We Are Selling out of items each Day which cannot be replaced. Fritzius by goods and better gifts 2017 w. Main phone 2637 we

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