Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 16, 1936 · Page 46
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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTI, DECEMBER 16 1936 WANTS TEACHER OF NEWER TYPE Stoddard Would Banish Old Time "Tight Lipped and Tense" Sort. IOWA CITY," (#)_Dean George D. Stoddard of the University oi Iowa graduate college Wednesday urged the banishment of the old time "tight lipped and tense" school teacher who rules over her classroom with an iron hand. Writing on "Personality Problems of Teachers," for publishing by an educational periodical (Journal of Home Economics) . Dean Stoddard said "a teacher who is frustrated, overcriticized or underdeveloped on the emotional i side is likely to go towards the neurotic escape. She may make oi her school room a little world in •whiih she is master of everything and in which the children are there to do her bidding." He said that type of teacher created an -"atmosphere of ''constant tension" in the class room. He condemned the "teacher versus pupil" feeling aroused. Dean Stoddard outlined three rule* to improve the mental attitude: 1. Face reality. 2. Develop some special or unique usefulness. 3. Get some sort of a change at intervals, such as a new job or a summer of study in a different locality. Iowa Miners Rename White as Member of International Board ALBIA, (ff)— Official canvass of the vote for Iowa officers of the United Mine Workers of America disclosed Tom White of Colfax, was re-elected international board member. White defeated Ben Henry of Melcher, 1,601 to 1,583. Other officers elected were: Frank Wilson, Blair, president; Louis Boldrini, Albia, vice president: Alf Hjort, Albia, secretary- treasurer; John P. Reid. Madrid, and Tonzo D. Evans, Chariton, auditors: John Lampkin. Brazil; Earl E. Watkius. Pershing' Morgan Thomas, Des Moines, and W. G. Hardie, Boone, sub-district board members. Hosts, Tyrolean Retreat of Former King Edward Fox Hunt Held. TITONKA—The second community fox hunt was held Dec. 13. One fox was killed and several sighted. In this palatial Tyrolean castle, Schloss Enzesfeld, near Vienna., former King Edward of Great Britain, now the Duke of Windsor, has taken up temporary residence. This view of the castle, taken the night the Duke of Windsor arrived, was speeded by Central Press Radio-Sound- photo. The castle is 'the property of Baron Eugene Rothschild of London, shown below with his wife. Baroness Rothschild is the former Katherine Wolff of Philadelphia and is known as one of the most beautiful and best-dressed women in international society. Her London house is next to the house King Georre is tivinr up. GIVE FURNITURE AND 2 INSURE HAPPINESS ^w j* •«*' Occasional Chairs * -•4 , in the most complete variety •**! 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The end of the commonwealth's first year found the government well organized, business booming, governmental finances in sound shape, a potential Filipino* army of 400,000 men in the embryo stage, and a general interest in expanding foreign trade. Under the expert guidance of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, former chief of staff of the U. S. army, young men at the rate of 40,000 annually are taking military training, an officers' training school has been opened and equipment for the army is rapidly taking form.- Plans have been prepared for a vast program of national development, including extensive reforestation, homesteading of idle lands and construction of dikes and other measures for flood control. President Quezon has made progress .cautiously,- however, keeping a constant, eye to the condition of the commonwealth's finances. Larger-Surplus Shown. The insular government operated during the first eight months of 1936 with a surplus, showing a substantial gain in surplus over the same period in 1935, according to the auditor general's report. Next to the forthcoming trade conference with the United States, j President Quezon has shown i greatest interest in bettering conditions for the laboring classes. "I can point with pride to tb( fact that during the first year o the commonwealth, the Nationa Assembly enacted every measure necessary for the future safety o. the commonwealth and to settle all of our current social problems," he declared. "During the coming year I am confident we can place the situation between tenants and landlords on a more equitable basis than it has been for 300 years. "I expect to be able to demanc from employers the kind of wages employes are entitled to receive Any social unrest-in the islands, T believe, will disappear within the next year." Investors Are Protected. Taking cognizance of the unprecedented gold mining boom in the islands, the National Assembly has enacted laws for preserving the rich natural resources of the Philippines—gold, copper, iron, chro- mite, timber, and possibly oil. Even the investor in projects fur developing these resources is protected through a securities law somewhat similar to that in operation in the United States. Headed by President Quezon, a delegation of Filipino leaders will go to Washington in February to discuss reciprocal trade arrangements. A trade conference was provided under the Tydings-Mc- Dufiie Act. Fu'.ure trade relations with the United States probably is the most important matter confronting the infant republic-to-be. The commonwealth hopes to obtain a duty- free market for about 1,000,000 tons of sugar annually. 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