The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1955 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 28, 1955
Page 13
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PACK FOCTWMIf BLTTHEYTIXB (AKK.) COUtHER NEWS MONDAY, NOVEMBER », _. . r\ /••* I LA A nme Politics and Money Are / X Problems Faced by School Parley Man Entitled to Part of His Pay PROVIDENCE. R.I. (/?) — Judge Hien." By JAMKS SIABLOW Associated 1'ress -News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — The men and women taking part in the President's White House Conference on Education opening today would like to think it will do good. Will it? Or will it be just a lot of people letting off steam? The delegates include educators, labor, farm and civic leaders, busi- essmen and clergymen. They may, In spite of their varied views on how to get more schools and eachers, reach some majority opinions without explosins. But they still seem to face a tripls problem of time, politics and money, money. This conference has Had a buildup for almost two years, a lot o£ fanfare, and countrywide interest. President Eisenhower proposed it In a message to Congress Jan. 7, 1954. Then he created a committee of 34 men and women to advise him on what the government should do about the country's educational needs. Since then, and at the committee's suggestion, all the states and territories have had their own conferences to discuss what they though needed to be done. ' Reports on all those states' conferences were supposed to be sent to the committee. Not all of them have arrived yet. Only about five states toot the trouble to print and bind their reports. This writer saw them and the unbound reports in the committee's files. Some of those unbound ones appear so disorganized that — if they are a true reflection of what happened at the state conference— those conferences must have been chaos. ' There Is disagreement among the states, and within the individual state conferences, on whether the states should have federal aid. That question—federal aid to education—will probably be the most Jewelry Theft Said Pro Job LOTJISVHZ.E, Ky. (#)— Professional thieves with a key to the front! door were blamed yesterday for a f $50,000 jewel theft. i There were no marks of forcible J entry to the Buschemeyer jewelry I store, and only the most valuable watches and rings were taken. James C. Davis, store owner, said a $50,000 diamond, on loan for dis- j play purposes, was returned to its i owner a few hours before the Sat- i urday night burglary. \ explosive nt this conference. a natural vehicle for any year. They'll nave ideas of their Meanwhile, state officials—gov-i lecommenOations he wanis toj own, no doubt. Pasquale, who never took an alcoholic drink, says a man is a fool If. lie doesn't keep a little ol his pay from his wife for a drink now and th?n. The judge's comments were made . . , „, i m district, court yesterday when Sen. Lyndon Johnson of Tr - ' "' J J Liemocratic leader in the Sei said a week aiio his party would push for federal aid to education., If Eisenhower asks lor federal aid.l '" SLl plus other things, he'll be dealing j w ' with Democrats in an election Tl ., j in district court yesterday when ;\ , xa H 4j»-y t 'ar-oki father of four came be- s °M-.'.!',i i fore him on a dnmk charge [or the third time in six months. The three i on complaint - of his The man said he works hard. earns between $70 and J90 a week ernors and educators—appointed delegates to this eonvc-mion. They have to be the make on education. ! and brings it all home. But any proposal on federal aid! "Tills is a mistake," the judga Ho could hardly make any] wll j nll , ' simu .>; j mo t he Eisenhow-' said. "A man who takes all his pay specific recommendations unless: cr a ,i nl j n j s jr !U ion's economy drhv .i home is « fool. He should save some ty sumo people, who wok part in their he had Iwen informed long before | Tlie R C p U Dii Cans wan i to exit ex-j for himself. Life would be pvett; .states' conferences, and some of[ tiic committee'!; Jan. 16 rneeiiiiK penses ant i balance the budget in! dreary for the average man unles: SdT*u l S' t sUt^o^i±^ JT'" S WHe ^jn^^r._____^^ cnce.s agreed 0:1. When :his conference finishes up Thursday, its reports on recommendations will be turned over to the President's committee. That committee doesn't have to be bound by the action of this conference. Couldn't Recommend This is where the time element enters. The 34-member committee which Eisenhower created to advise him doesn't meet to decide on recommendations until Jan. 16. But probably before then—perhaps in the first 10 days of January —• Eisenhower will send his Si ate of the Union message to Con- He ordered an innocent plea entered for the man and had him escorted home. Judge De Pasquale, who is 60 years old and says he never hud u strung drink .In his life, is happily married and has three daughters and five grandchildren. OLDEST PBKS1DENT William Henry Harrison, who was •68 years old when he was inaugurated, was the oldest president of the United States, He died exactly one month later and thus served the shortest term in hiswry. Cliff Climbers In Same Spot HOLLYWOOD (/H—John Peterson, 13, climbing: the 250-foot wall of an abandoned quarry yesterday, pot stuck on a ledge 40 feet from the top. His pal, John Lack, 14, wont up alter him but reached a point, 20 feet away, where it seemed wiser to stand still than go on. Policeman Sterling La Bare climbed the bluff to survey the situation but found himself in the same predicament. For n half hour the three called encouraging words to each other. Finally firemen lowered ropes from the top of the cliff and rescued the three in the order in which they got stu«fc, Mo ocw w»« hurt. Are All Cold Remedies Alike? No! 1'Vr exiunplf, 6(W M the wiita- activity mediant), which combiner 4 of the moBt effective, widely-pre- (tcrilx-d drugs known, to relieve all cold initwrios sooner. ,6GB i» mow potent and jjivoji punitive, drnmatic, rapid relief from miwrU'-s of alt kindt of colda. Tluii's why tititi is unsur- pnsiwd in effectivenettd. Try it. A'o other cold remedy can match (i(>6 liquid or 666 Cold Tablets. 666 But if lie makes specific recommendations before he pets the committee's report, then a question,' arises: Why the committee at all and why the conferences Special Message He could speak in general terms about education and later, aiier letting the committee's recommendations, send a special message to Congress on educaiton. But apparently no matter what this conference or Eisenhower's committee recommends on federal aid to education, that subject will be up to its neck in politi-s anyway. The Democrats run Congress. 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