The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1955 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER If, IMS BLYTHEVn.LB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS' PAGE THREI Television to Be Problem At '56 Political Conventions Third ej * KrlM By DON WHITEHEAD WASHINGTON (AP) — The big brains in politics have a worrisome problem coming because of television. Its use is going to turn the 1956 presidential campaign into one of most widely viewed dramas ever played on the American scene. up the The problem is this: 1. What is the best way to present, the candidate on the TV screens in millions of homes in a folksy, seemingly unrehearsed manner? 2. And, how can these appearances be carefully staged and rehearsed, to capture all the drama of the moment without the production appearing too slick and contrived? It's a real problem. A candidate in these days must be a better- than-fair sort of actor. The mostj popular political productions seem j to be those with the intimate, j homespun atmosphere overlaid i with by such obvious sincerity that no one can overlook it or fail to be impressed. Even if a candidate is naturally homespun and sincere, it doesn't always register before a camera, j And to make it register requires. some acting ability. Must Have TV-Appeal | The truth is that presidential i candidates — and candidates for! Congress too— must have "televi-i sion appeal" in the new scheme of things. This means developing a knack for acting before a cam- SALESMAN WANTED For Office Machine Silei to represent a National concern. Pre- vloni experience.In retail Mlllni. Iniwance onussini, or allied linn rill be helpful, but not absolutely necessary. Most be between am 24 to 3«. Write a short history irlrlnj your education, experience and marital statns. Also Include three reference* a» yon will be bonded Repl.T to So< X-6, c/o Courier New». USE SEARS EASY PAYMENT PLAN bright/ new exciting fall merchandise selection of over 100/000 items ... at LOW CATALOG PRICES , PHONE ALL YOUR CATALOG COME IN ... See tfiit and many other money nving catalogs. 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