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Thursday, July 26, 1956
Vital Says Dr. Heagerty
"'In the minds of many Ameri
cans, national planning as well as
community planning is an uneasy
bedfellow ivith freedom," Dr.
Frank Heagerty, superintendent of
Lebanon, Mo, schools, said Mon
But, he said, planning is neces
sary and must be a c&operative
effort and not super-imposed by
one person or group.
He spoke on the topic, "A School
and Community Get Together."
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Courtesy Sunday Journal nd Star
Ir. Frank Heagerty.who was
the main speaker at the Parent
Teacher Conference last week,
is superintendent of Schools at
Lebanon, Mo. He received his
Doctor of Education degree from
the University of Missouri at
Columbia where he has been a
visiting professor in the summer
sessions for the past six years.
He is Director and past president
of the Missouri Association of
School Administrators, and is a
member of the Advisory Com-
.mittee to the President of the
American Association of School
Administrators. In Lebanon,
be is Director of the City Park
and has served as a Director of
the Chamber of Commerce and
of the County Fair and Horse
For Air Ed
A way to ensure a strong United
States is through aviation ecua
tion in our classrooms, Lt. Col.
Merlyn McLaughlin, commander
of the U.S. Air Force Reserve Cen
ter at Des Moines, said Friday.
Americans must learn the im
portance of airplanes as the English
learned the importance of the fleet,
Lieutenant Colonel McLaughlin
participated in the University Air
Age Workshop Friday.
He told the workshop that air
planes have increased the conflict
between ideologies by bringing peo
ple into closer contact. He said it
was necessary for the American
people to work with the people
around the world in order that
they may understand our way of
And he stressed that the develop
ment of air power includes all
phases of aviation, commercial,
military and private.
"Air power is in the minds 3i
the American ciLiaen. It lias is the
minds of men and not in nst
chines," tie concluded.
Dr. Heagerty, a prominent edu
cational and civic leader, said the
basis for dealing with the publu
was "A Sucker Is Born Every
Minute." This, he said, was re
placed by the slogan, '"Build A
Better Mousetrap," followed by
"Sell Them," and -'Keep Then
The present-day techniques, h.
lidded, rest on "Particip: ion."
He called the advisory oommitte'
one of the main techniques.
"Modern civilization has brougl.
marvelous advances in material
things. The world is looking fo:
a system which will enable men
to live peacefully together and en
joy these advances.
"The system will not likely de
velop accidentally. It should de
velop within the framework of our
basic cultural, economic, spiritual,
and political systems."
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Using Vogue as a textbook, con
test competitors must complete
two quizzes of four questions each,
based on actual editorial prob
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in Vogue's College Issue Au-
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December issue of the magazine.
Those who satisfactorily answer
both -quizzes will be eligible to
write a $500-word thesis on one of
the topics in Vogue's Americana
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Only seniors are eligible to en
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An ambitious series of television
dramas has been completed at
KUON-TV, the University educa
tional television station. Called
"Players 56," the programs were
produced on alternate Saturdays
and gave university actors as
well as crews and viewers a half
hour of "live" drama.
Every program was either an
original script or an original adap
tation. Hans Christian Andersen's
"The Emperor's New Clothes" was
the premiere production. Several
of A. A. Milne's works were also
The dramas were aimed at both
adults and children. Talent and
crew were students in radio, Tele
vision and theater at the Univee-
sity. Dr. Clarence Flick, head of
the Radio and Television section
at the University, was producer
of the series.
Each program was produced on
a tight two-week schedule. Two
weeks before air time the script
was-- completed and duplicated
Production personnel were as
signed at this time. These included
an assistant producer, unit man
ager, announcer, set designer, cos
tume manager and acript girl. Stu
dents were selected on the basis
of production experience.
Finally early Saturday morning
the sets, props, costumes and tal
ent were transported to the studio.
Mikes were placed, lights posi
tioned, the set put up and the ac
tors and actresses alerted.
A last minute run through for
camermen to check angles, light
flare, flat height and the other de
tails which required last minute
checking was beld.
Then at 9:30 a.m. the director
signaled a "Stand-by" and "Flay
ers "56" was on the air.
The following half-hour dramas
An adaptation of Hans Christian
Andersen's "'The Emperor's New
Adaptations of A. A. Milne's
"When We Were Very Young,'
and "Now We Are Six."
Adaptation of John M. Synge's
"PJders to the Sea."
Original scripts by Dr. Flick were
titled "The Belltower" and "The
Gondola." Dr. Flick also did the
adaptations mentioned above.
A script by student Gail Xatskee
titled "Fanny the Flute's Holiday"
and adapted for television by stu
dent John Terrill was an interest
ing fantasy in the musical world.
Seven puppets of animated mus
ical instruments told this delight
ful story. The audio portion which
included original music "was taped.
Dr. Flick has described the se
ries as "experimental productions
involving drama, dramatic read
ings, poetry, dancing and music."
Directors for KUON-TV were Hon
Hull and Norris Heinems. Jack
McBride is station manager.
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