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Page 6 of Kentucky Negro Educational Association Journal v.23 n.2

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Departmental, Conference, and Associated Group Meetings Departmental and Conference Meetings LIBRARIANS' CONFERENCE Mrs. Mary Mace Spradling, Librarian, Eastern Branch Library, Louisville, Chair- man MORNING SECTION Time-Thursday, 10:00 A.M. Place--Central High School Library' 10:00 First Workshop Meeting-Discussion "Basic Materials," Miss C. E. Johnson, Central High School Library "Integration," Mrs. Louvan Gearin, Lin- coln. Institute "Reference Books," To Be Announced 11:00 A.M. Questions 11:45 Summary, Mrs. Barbara Miller, Western Branch Library 12:00 Lunch AFTERNOON SECTION 1:30 P.M. Reports Committees Professional Meetings 3:00 Adjournment 5:00 Dinner-Sara's Tearoom-Mrs. Charle- mae Rollins, Hall Branch, Chicago Pub- lic Library AFTERNOON SECTION Time-Friday, April 18 Place--Quinn Chapel A.,M. E. Church 1: 3O-"Summary and Evaluation of the Work- shops" PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Arline B. Allen, Primary Teacher, Louisville, Chairman The primary department will confine its ac- tivities to an exhibit in Dunbar School at 9th and Magazine Streets. There will be charts, bulletins, seatwork and workbooks on display. This will embrace work carried on from kinder- garten through the third grade. A great deal of it might be helpful to slow children in the upper grades. Vote while you are viewing the exhibit-for chairman and an area of concentration for next year. REMEMBER! VISIT PRIMARY DEPARTMENT EXHIBIT VOTE WHILE THERE Committee Bernice Arter Geneva Bell Aora Bertram Beatrice Eades Myrtle Forbes Elizabeth Hicks Evelyn Jackson Davine Nalcox Beatrice C. Willis Edna Wimsett Arline B. Allen, Chairman SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Mr. E. T. Woolridge, Central High School, Louisville, Chairman MORNING SECTION Time-Thursday, 9:00 A.M. Placeentral High School, Room 207 9:00 Panel-"The Need for Science in a Changing World Rapidly Increasing in Population" 6

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