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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1926.
LIME AND SULPHUR SOLUTION for Spraying Fruit Trees Ask for quotations in targe quantities The DICKINSON DRUG CO. 169-171 MAIN ST. New Horsfall OXFORDS FOR SPM.NG 1HL CLilH Tony gold or tony black leather the new kind of leather thut tak's a very high luster. Light, flexible, modish and comfortable I'rk'cd at $10.00 Tilt lELSWAY A ne v last that has become v-ry popular, especially with men "by require a narrow heel shoe, bring a. combina tion las'. It fits the font that i'i liard to fit. Ian or black. Faf, comfortable leathers. Priced at $10.00 HOPxSFALES 93'99J(kjlumStrcn H.vimono 'It I'ajs In Iluy Our Kintl" , Cold Morat; for Furs no t HAunn ron I V.A M I.N A 1 ION Vlfhout ol'llgnflm you can have your t-xa mined by a regis- terrd e:.-ri p'm!rw. IIWITIIiS nl'IKIANS .'lit Mti'n Mrect Have Your Teeth Made By a Specialist ! j'ioia"'fpe to Fit Hip Mitt UiOirult Mouth Dr.HerbcrtJ.Lockiiart Artificial Ireth Specialist Nt li'H'jl't ll.irtfonl .MS V. li t v)7 Mnln M. Honrs- H ttnurs: W-5 VvllhN IN HARTFORD IHNL AT THE HONISS OYSTER HOUSE .'i- s i a i i; ST. t inb r t.tam te tin) ?l Morr AI-ji. Alua.i rt I r?i ii'pt It I aur lli.n.c- I 'HIVE Ul IM.I.I ,NLW CAHS 10 HEM tlM tMl M. 'M vimil el. Ic.ri I , u utile Vnti Ihivc Aulo Hinting to i t I. n-,-1 riT. ft'(.li.ie Vis I GLASSES &, .".lie A WKEK It J'rescriufions t? Less Loafing, Fewer Failures Noted At Senior High School i nncipai siaae uescnoes jPr eenl put ,n the f0,mh M(1 Us, i Cnnce nt C,.ti TT.J i"lnment of th nut'T wfcn, ! SUCCESS Ol OJsiem LSea ,for purpow of promotion uni radu lt . . . 'lon, completion of tli v erK niuit i Here at Meeting of Ldu omwrut anticipate, work CatOrS. Principal Louis P. Slade, In u i1dre on "Remedial Measures foi Hiwh fchool KallurfS." at "School man's ek" at the L'nlverelty of Pennsylvania, lost night told hla audience that since the New Britain Laboratory plan as put into effect tfcar. ha, been a great, decrease lr.,ronM,.n ,nd Interest of the atu- the number of failures at the Senio, .4enf. Tex..beoki. reference books, High school. 'eround to b covered tonlri for Hi. speech, in part, foUow,: franM It v'LmZ 'ou Z "This paper will deal with one ra- 'i,-. , ,, .,.i.-, m .... tlent, the jatient about whom tin. ; writer knows best. The failures eon- ; ililered are those of this one patient, ' the report on the remedial measures , is listed upon the reults with him. ( "Imagine the patient before you: : the composite of about ten hundred I and fifty individuals In an orginlza- j tion known as a senior high school ! ,a a 'j -1) - a sysUm .Hevsnty. sever. ivere graduated from the organiza- I 'ion in January. Thrc-e days later ; about ISO new members came 111. The case, Is In the hands of three ad- minlstratlve specialists, five ! directors, and 52 full time teachers. I "There are two sessions each day. 'from S:15 till ll:4o In the morning; land from 1:0& till 4:15 dn the after- noon. For regular class work, thera are two periods in the morning and ... j- t- r I J IU 111 SUIIIUVU, 11 Ol seventv-flvo minutes 'to be de'ermined upon, a symbol ! I ,!rJ ." . l I ....,,, ... .h'th.t coM he nvernrrert with other I unit, in which courses ranging from : trade courses to college preparatory :unierstooi uy otner parallel ami course are given; the mobility le- ' higher institutions, without tranala tween curricula and courses is com- I"0" and elaborate explanation. '70' paratively easy. was made this symbol. '70' means "There us, at the present time, an 'hat the assignment has been corn average failure of about 10.7 pr ' pitted. The demands of higher lns'i r.nt. the nercentacea concerned in 'tutlons made necessary a further tl. average ranging from 2.5 p'.r 1 .cent in physics to 1S.S per cent in LaHn: The average is slightly high er than In the previous semester in i he year 1024-15:5. i "In the r.ptlng of It)"!, upon the 'recommendation of the senior high school administration, the School Committee enacted the following rtgulo' ions: j "?ection 1. A student who does not attain passing grade In coirs, s ;of at least three units value, during any semester of the Senior Hlgl; s-Miool, tha 11 be placed ofi proba'ion at the beginning of the following semester, and notice shall be giver, to the parent or guardian. " 'Section 5. Failure to maintain rassing grade In courses of at least ti r't- units value, during the semeo- of probation, shall result In the -rniination of the student's mem- 1: bershtp in the school. It shall be : optional with tho principal whether' i the membership shall terminate av the time of the mid-semester report i or at the close of the semester, j " 'Section S. A student whose mem bership Is forfeited by the provt.-.lons of this regulation, shall not be re- instated itil at lerrt a semester 1 has elapsej r.ince the date of the termination of the previous rutia- bership. "'Section 4. In cases of itinera or ;of part-time attendance, exceptions ito this regulation may be made, up Jon approval by the superintendent of school and the, principal of the ; Senior High school.' I "The group of probationers for tht first semester of lt."2-1523 n'lnibered ".i. At the close of the sem'ster, 11 hod f-illed to meet, the minimum re quirement and were onld th privi leges of the school for a semester. Netur.-'lly there were some very try ing tntcnies. some threats of suit, nr.d pome thvats of official deeardtn I tjon. but the School Committee of ; t! ftood, to a man. b'hlnd the su ! perin'enden'. and the principal and ti e decision was sustained. Since ts.n the. plan has been carried out with due regard to jus'ic. end with ' careful following up of delinquents. It Is a great pleasure to report that, . st the close of th" first p"ne!,ter of 'he current err e,-ery prol-e'iontr In a lurt or r8 had been saved 'o the school. The wdde variety of cur ricula, end courses m a composite srtoltt. must b admitted ma';e pnisi'nle trarsferft from etirr,ftti in -'.ii-h he rnsy achifve success pro vided al.'-ats that the s"jd".v. and his noren's roopra'. ;?roni remedial rceos'ifc t;, ,- h bf-en used in New Britain Is a s- t em of Ir.dividuallitd ins'.r'i'' t.erj in ":e .-c,"' fer 'h1' second -e-,r. r.-jtir inno . atlona cjiatac'erize the "m a fi' -'ee'K assignr.tcr in- ea'l ef a dailv assignment: a P''v markinsr ss'm. as all Important h r mhasir.es , cor.p'etion of the 'ask an indl-.idual graph esrd ! "S'i"h are 'he more impor'ar.t " h.ch enables all Ir'ereste !. Bt'iden'. . remedial mens'ireF whl"h the er-p1r-.n. teachrs, and admlnlr-tTitor. prtene of New Bri'aln ugget. 'o - a'ch th progre-s toward ! "That -he rcnsiir have been ach'e-uncnt, and a turning vr o mor or less sncesftjl is Indicated ,s iwrt-, r of t.e n'ire scheduled bv a beer srirlt of work than the prlod C seven'; .'b.-e ir.in'jtej er ler as may sfem best for ,v.e fle, c-ui'.i llthpte-,. cf the indi"!du.'il t'.i'b n' s task 'ln,maVipg n aslt-rter'. the eonfnt "f a yar's cnurs Is d'r--.iined Tf "r.e -oi.nt "s not fixed, by a rrefecs:eni orpeni'-iMon n the clt. e- Errunce r.ximlna'lon P.aard. I' is arranged to rlilre -jt'.n-j. one q-j.irter of tl.e fcct-eol time o! 'he fj.je n. The conten' Is 'hen divided In '"O part 'o matte the s'nt-tr course. Of 'he allot ivPt to 'a-h 'ri:fir al.eu' M per cn Is ejsllr d! Id'd an. or? each of the There's Real Medicine Now for Stubborn, Hang-on Coughs 'Alien nothii-S e- mi to do that what lt dos quickly and tl.u: i;gh- I'rr'tii, bothersome cough ny '-v , . . . -i a . r.u There Is no dope In Ttronehulln. -irii -ir- vr t r, Axelrod s Pr.armacv K ' nor chloroform, nor (-ugir such -.' ret .1 lo't of Hronchu'lne 'thingj are omy tnakeshlits nnd Tjktt it .is dii' ct.'d .an ' n"tlce ' should be taken with the greateM asi'v I- o-ercomis t hit persist. :'. , caution. -:ch that has rauf'-d you many For Ordinary simple riugha two : ''s.j rights. or three doses of rtropeholine Is tit,- - ' s a m iicine compound' d for I,uipo?e of i r pun.-rlng touch.' "g-tm c .iL-'ie at',- 'bot's x; ct'y ;m taen aanlgnment Is dtvMd at nearly as rouble n JO parti. Aftr iarout vor? four twnM!na, aupple imentarv work and t.st. are provided for those ,-ho work more ranldlv ' and for those who are candidates for college certification or 'honor?. ' m " " .J! Vty' by C' T- l'ri"- n4.rherlff ofmade to adequately cover the multlgrap.-.ed. taeli student of the .Oklahoma. City for 520,000 as the i nation course Is given a copy. In the lu.gronth of a .crmon by Uv. I.in- ""l,r"' 131 ,;" -"i.-"m-n'. following topic, may be used: Intro- rlnctnri rft err rn tn nrnnc tnn parts), eupplemen-nry work. "The new mariettas- tivstem 1n. 'roduced partly to meet the needs of he new man .inirri. nH ' partly to introduce other changes j lontr desired "For some time the school sd mlnist.raflon had been dissatisfied wi'h the system of marking. A per centage sjstem which combined, in the usual way, fiction and chance and th very definite registration of ivery indefinite judgments, had long j " . "J0""; lv , opportunity for a new metho'1 of kefPln th T' t "Th percentage system for all ; f'nal records was done away with, (The chief question in determining a .a'udenfa credit was to be; Has he completed his task? A svmbol had - ---- - symbols, and that would be readily clasifieatlon and distinction. Work ani tests supplementary to me mini- mum essentials of the assignments i were arranged and another symbol iwas needed. '80' was selected to mean that the supplementary re quirement for guaranty and certifi cation had been met. Tho awarding ;of 'honors' It had seemed best to re taln, and so further eupplem"ntary 1 "'ork and tests were provided. 'SS'. ; 'fn, ".' and '100' became the sym bols for grades in the attainment of honors. ' ! "Under the old plan, It had been the practice of the school, every five ' weeks, to send out for those who , were, logging behind a so-called ; deficiency report.' This was discon tinued and for every student, pro i fieient and laggard, there was pro vided an individual graph card. T! is card contains an enumeration of all Mhe s'udent s cpurses in process, wl'n a scsle divided in twentieths upon which may be Indicated the ad v.anee toward accomplishment, Thv instructor's autographed initials 1" I'dleate his agreement, with the s'tident'? judgment. A parnL' 1 column for recording .bsences off! ffa an opportunity for one explanation of lark of accomplishment. Thf student Is expected to show his in dividual graph csrd fhenever asked to do so by teachers, administrat ive officer, or parent. "When the plan was Introduced, no chant'e was made In the sys'em of promotions: the regular quar'er ly repor's t parents have been con-t'-iuei. A definite daily programme is laid out for eaeh e'udnt; . 1 1 " hen oer-aslon reo,ulres. and through ti. pass sy'ern, n r.t'ident may ta' time, from a cours in nhich he ha:-m'- the requirement'!, and put pddl tional time upon a course In hlch he Is falling behind. "The fourth of our innovations Is the no- ordering of the scheduled period. The Ne Britain plan tnaks necessary a. very close relation be tween teacher and student. In some rases i Is r'oh ed almost, to prtv.v' tutoring. To red'ice the numhtr ot suh c,';ses to a minimum and to ("oiamiil.t. the tire and energv of the teacher, a strong attempt is made, to keep the large majority of the group together. T'lrertlons and o,ui7es that mey .lust as well be given to twenty-four at once as to eaeh of the 24 as many different times rf so giver. There is mthlug In the plan to preclude actlvi'i'-s by the efi'lre group together when ever all are ready oi whenever no nsr'c'ilar preparations need be as sumed Usually there are a. few in every group wbo must work by hf.rnf.ve .W.-n such crises henme hoptlrsf; in h regular frroup. 'bey are tran'e'-red o a ro-e.-nieri "un graded group" In "V.teh. 1 eeane of smn Iter enrellme:-iti ibe Instructc-r tan riff mere time to the individual. prrsent administration lies evr seep hi the school and that nraps a p'rlod of almost 53 years and by l?s loafing and by fewer failures." Ficin i inn iv boat K'-v W est, j. M,-rch 23 After a Ifft-mile battle v.i'h a Hz-. which overpowered six firemen and necessitated pouring more than two million e-lton of wnvr into I'n hold, fire aboard the fr'lchter FI Occident w-as brought under control here early today. RF.Af HI RAI.n t I..SSIHF.n AUS tially pnough. Axejrod's I harma-y and dealers ' t"" ' lv-r cn r jjiply yrm. i RADIO STATION WINS LAWSUIT tftr all slander la a matter between KFJF Gels Verdict in First whether It takes place over the tele , ! phone, a broadcasting station, or Aerial Slander Action ; irrrx".!, fo; such an ouonse should not be lodged I In a federal court statute. Washington, March 2S ifv-What in stftnrallv cnnnrtft4 in h Vi 'I .,: i""' " ."Z " ". ,.' l"', "rT" " 8 ,ror I. . ,.:;.Tw . not was ajiej lOfrilnst station KFJF at Oklahoma iColn McConnell, partor of the rirst ;B ,t chureh( ,n nhlch ref(.r,M i ......... 0.... 0 c0 " " r,' ' !9S di.mu.ed M . , T" c 88 dlsmlMtl1 en ir-' Z f iJTt T, l3T. the position he maintained r"lns ,M m? tf'eP"one -"Vr ""'- luini.n.. ui n lover which the program was trans- mltted from the remote control to Nation KFJF. It waMr. Shaw's sr- sument that Inasmuch as a. tele phone company could not be held liable for a slanderous conversation passing over Its wires between two individuals, neither could a. broad casting station be held, Oddly enough, this Oklahoma case came within a few days after just: such a thing had been predicted by Representative Elanton, of Texa. who advocated In the House of Hep. reaentatives, an amendment subse quently defeated, making slander over the air a erlmlnaj offense. "The night before election In any district in the United States serious A . , . , . j , . M4n LUU'y " '"" didate, for congress," Representative. l,'an,j'n. argued. "That alone should appeal to members of con gress. Damage may be done to any rltuen. Serious damage could bo dene to a.ny candidate for president of the L'nited States or to the gover nor of any state just before election. From the national capital I hear cr.ee in a while a program from Dallas, Tex., In my home state, I,car'y 2.000 mile away. Someone in St. Lo"jis or Kansas City might absolutely cover my stab: with a radio message that could damage seriously Individuals or can didates for office or business enter prises. How are the people of New Jersey going to hold refiponsibl" the people of New York, who may damage 'hem In their personal .standing and character and in their business in the transmission of radio messages, unless you have some kind of a controlling statute on this matter?" I WITH "SENG" DAVENPORT A Beautiful Living Room Suite by day A Luxurious Bed by night! One of the Greatest Values Doyle has ever offered. I, nx in Three Handsome Pieces Including the "SENG"' DA VENPORT, Large and Com fortable WING and CLUB CHAIRS. fi TWO OTHER BIG Three-Piece DAVENPORT SUITE Choice of Four Baker Cut Velour Coverings Snltn Crmftsts of 'SUNG-' Davenport, Xjw, t onifonalilp Wing llialr airt thib Hialrs, at only THESE 500 MAIN ST. IW'llm Stale tilirmld Puiilnh Although there atfma to be con- il'loiablo merit to Representative H!a iron's argument, covtrnment ! officio appeared to bellsve, and ap parently this is borne out by the ac tion in the Oklahoma case, that It appears to be their opinion j that this could be adequately taUn i i. . care ox oy an amendment to tna .' such as apply to libelous (matter in newspapers. in other , vnrit rither than national laws could be sit- COLCHESTER MAN MEETS DEATH IN AUTO CRASH F.llas Gloublnger, Cattlo ftr-alcr Is Victim Of Stranfc Acxdflent Colchester, March 15 (1 Ellas Gloubinger, 4. a cattle dealer and btiteher of Colchester, was killed yesterday when this automobile ho 1 wae driving over the Post bridge In j Hozrahvllle on the main highway be- 1 "I SUFFERED WITH ALL THE ACHES AND PAINS KNOWN AND UNKNOWN" Mr. R. Jt. I.ighton, of 37 Valley Street, Bristol, Conn., Tells Public How ERBJIS Restored Her Health And Run Up-tin Constitution. In conversation with the TCRB-, trouble started right after my JUS Representative, he said: "LTiB- j child was born. I never got strong JUS is a natural tonic and blood . and my back and legs ached me purifier as it comes from herbs and j all the time. most people today realize the ef- "I was weak and run . down and fects of good, honest, herbal ton- ! lied to force inysujf to' eat- My ics. EKBJU8 is different from many : friends and neighbors told me herbal tonics because the fourteen 1 about ERBJUS and a. lady friend herbs that ERBJUS contains are of mine had received such wonder not boiled, but. the juices are i ful results that I decided to try it. squeezed from them and combined I have taken three' bottlei and I with glcerine. A few doses of this j am more than satisfied. I feel great medicine will show one very riuck- ly that it goss right to the spot." Read Mrs. I-eighton's statement: 'Tor three miserable years I suf fered with all the aches and pains that one could have and I do not think that any huniltn being could live aid suffer more than I did. My HHHM FURNITURE CO., INC. SCORES AN ASTOUNDING I A PURE WHITE COTTON 1 i See This Suite Now Displayed m I In Our Window! f "SENG" DAVENPORT Sult Comifts si;G- '169 Pa-rnport, Large, liinmv and Club Clitiirj. only , SUITES TOIORROW WITHOUT FAIL DOYLE FURNITURE CO., INC. fir-' -TiilmTjTmlijDj' tweon Norwich and Colchester waa thrown Into the water by th col lapse of the railing. Mr. Gloublnger received a fractured skull and was drowned In three feet of water be fore he could be removed from the wreckage, "His companion. Patrick Kinney, who wa also thrown Into the water, was unconscious when pulled from the wrecked car. It was flrjt re ported that he had been rescued by Jerome J. Sullivan, of Coleheter, driver of a. Connecticut Transporta tion company bus but Ernest Gad bois, foreman of a "highway gang which was at work 800 feet from the sceen of the accident, saJd to- ; night he was the nrst to reaen tne i by si men of his gang. Kinney waa taken to the William W. Backus hospital In Norwich.' Amazing Discovery Redutes Blood Pressure A?r ten ynri prtvt uit an amatln prescription of a (amouB tpeclallat can v.cv b had tha. re1ucc-a lliffh Blaod Prestura almof. at onca Enrta ciizzlness, dr-presslon and dargpr of apoplexy. Tenso, as thlt iirfcrtption la railed, often redut-ea prfcure 40 la a few treatmanta. Re-aiorr-g alsatlclty to arteries. Brlnga ba k youfh and vigur. AkcMutaly uo lidrmfyJ dniyt. Mnay baffc If It rtt not give i.-itlf iarMry rfaulta (et Tet:o today at ths9 ffood druggim John J. McBrlarty, MilllnowtiUl &. O'Brlon, Mfllur-Hanaon Drug Co., and South Fnd Drug Co. i and eat hearty and thank good ness I do not have that awful leg ache and backache. I certainly In dorse ERBJUS." LRE.IUS Is being Introduced In New Britain at the Fair Drug Conn Ur by a Representative, of the LHBJLS Co. CHOICE OF EIGHT EMBOSSED AND FIGURED VELOUR COVERINGS ONLY SUITE BARGAINS Three-Piece DAVENPORT SUITE Choice of Seven Jacquard Coverings t1 $195 Wuift ot . . . 500 MAIN ST. faWtawuiaW1 yj "" M MEN ATTENTION A Christy Safety Razor FREE! 336 With One Package CHRISTY BLADES A smooth, clean, cool shave that you will enjoy See our south window this week Big Capacity: The large, round, wide-open Easy tank is easy to load and unload. Easy to clean and keep clean. See for yourself why Thousands and Thousands of Housewives everywhere wash the Easy way. 'Phone today for Free Trial Demonstration. 4fcmHraM,TH H"""'rffl BARRY & 19 Main St. Ihis pigment test shows which house paint to use THE illustration shows the results of applying to a black panel each of these six pigments -used in house paints mixed with linseed oil. i Only lead and zinc form opaque white films that completely cover and hide the surface to be painted. All the other pigments form Morgan, Kingsley & Thompson, Inc. 411 MAIN STREET DEVOE Lead &Zinc Faint PRUNING SHEARS The Pruning Reason Is Here OUK STOCK OF PRUNING TOOLS IS COMPLETE SHEARS 50c to $1.73 SAWS $1.23 to $2.25 GRAFTING WAX 20c . PRUNING POLES (10 and 12-ft.) $2.50, $2.75 Our Stock of STEEL GOODS is Complete p See Us before buying GARDEN TOOLS The Best is the Cheapest THE ABBE HARDWARE CO. ; TELEPHONE 407 403 MAIN STREET l) 35c EASY Vacuum Electric WASHER BAMFORTH Phone 2504 translucent films. White lead and white xinc' are tne only pigments usea in Devoe Lead and Zinc White House Paint. They give it the maximum in hi ding capacity, spreading property, protective quality,' and purity of color. Practical tests prove DeveV . Quality.