The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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__WEDXKSDAY, DKCKM OKU IS, l!)IG GOP Presidential limber 'Grows' Harold E. Stassen's Candidacy Announced; Others Mentioned _ K.YTHKVIUJJ (ARK,) COURIER NKWR Teacher Sees Greqf Challenae -- «V^%?^'£%1 lAf'.i • »"... . _ . '-' opcratlnii biidgi't Is S13J.WO a .v°..'. Within Field of Education ! PA(JB THREK Aw-mlns; that teachlnsi presents ii- challenge la those who tench. Miss Winnie Virpil Tinnpr, ele- mnitary supervisor of Uu. Ulvlhc- vllic Schools, today said iliat more ICaehi'i's have .slaved with their profession ihan have leu im-niv o! lo-.v salaries. t-li'' Miw.-.icd thai those who have gone out ot the Hiylhcvilte schools loi Ihe most part have tell .o luki- hetti-r leaching positions ."inn. have none imn other fields ol cnciiv.vor localise o[ i;reau>r re- mimrration offered hi „:)„,,. Melds. lii a stali-mem Miss Turner said: lo explain leacher shortage" in j terms of t !ie undesirable features <>f leaching that ii s cein s about lime for someone to rise lo the defense of teaching as a profession. •More uoocl teachers have stayed in the profession than have <]U i[ and tlie v have stayed in spite o! ^O'v. .vfjnric's. Most of those who left lilytlieville have g iiy I.VI.E ('. wn.sov 1'iiiled Press Staff Com-spanc'rui WASHINGTON'. Dec. 1H.—H;:r- 'jl»l K. Suissen's annauncemem. licre of his candidacy for the 1D J .3 licpublican presidenllal iio.uina- lion was a challenge to other party lenders in general, hut r.';p; ; i":!iiy to Ohio and her farorUc son:;. The mother of presidents apparently iy carrying twins n»hi nrjw. Neither has annonncetl hSs pre.,i- deutial aspirations. Hut otto's Ken. Robert A. Taft iind Kei,.- KJect John w. Bricker pi-.iba'uy fire regarded as potential 1'JIS GOl' presidential nominees. Bhcker supported T:)ft for llu 1 ['.residential nomination in I!J-H,. year the party was kidmp^ct the laic Wendell L. w:ilkle. 1944. Tafl supported Urickvr later won the vice presidential nomination as running malt- to Gov_ Thomas E. Dewey of Ncw Ycrk. The Ohio deal aPp.mnMy did r.ot extend lo 1943. With an active Candida, s in the field and for other :vasc.ns 1Cw are It. seems likely Ohio soon will hava • dcetors, lawyers, scienlisis „ • r- o begm deciding whether it x V nm*, chants, bankers, eraflsme, fe" el ; to whoop it up for Taft „,- nncta-jcrs. ministers, artists writes md in the preconveiHio,! .scra.nbl,. :or! tabor leaders are hei,,., tr,in',. t t in toll-gate votes Among; ihe o' I-.M-, the nation's public s( .h«ol s Wheth- icasons hat Ono might bo i-t aj tl - or , 10 t th csc places ,„•< -I 'd dtsadvnntage ,„ prccouvenuon .si,ccr ss r u llv depends upo, \\u maneuvers with a» unde'.oi-.-.iin«i i rmion of'the eorlv train U ?hc-n choice between her two [avnnie- individuals receive 'in •!icir°hnmes sons is Dewey's standing i n ;iw! their schools and the!.- commimi- conlesl as of now. j u , The opportunity of sharing in Dewcy is a Big Factor j llli< i responsiblljty presents a chal- )i-\vcy was nominated ior Piesi-1 lenfje to one wlio wauls to teach. :i live-day sick leave. This really makes n headai-hc a pleasure. "Believe it at M<) [ Hit-re i s romance in learhinj.. Think of the lale.s of wonder an elt'm'.-uury teacher could tell. Drama, humor, Inlriaiii', ti-avMy unfold within n class rouni ,,| n-hicli Shakespeare I'.ever dreamed. '"Ihe leat-hins pro:t's.slon lias no plaiv for narrow people, it is a fhnlU-nue to intellect, to iiij-ennl- ty an,! to uil:le:st!ilHl!!iK." Alllos Alt! I'lilllos KEDMOND, Ore. .Ul'l- 'IVlce Ihis year residents of Kettmond have assisted airplanes to land m the Kedmond alrjlelil by focuslns automobile hciullii;ht s ' OM ( i,o I'liu'iucncy (ii'td. Keccnily,' i lie civil ,\lr Patrol alerted residents of Ihl.s small town "•hen a plane that hud rn,, into bad weather over Hie Cascade Muinuilns hi<lie.iie<t it tt anted lo hiiul. Karller In the year another plane lauded here with tin- m<t ui aiiiomobilo headlights f tee Approval I-ITTLK Dec. two UQCK, A rk., '"' ' -"IJmlHet r<-iiu»sis for l:-m«as <-i;lU'ues. totaliiii>, $33UtlOU I' r 'lie iirst year of the bieillliain, :imt 4..UOOO i»r d 1? second year, \\i-\ v ni'Pioved Tnc.day by the prc-le^ls- ....... ivn iii.^inevuie na\e coiif tti ..----^.j. .i.......!.^.^,]^- ttpot.»\.?(i Iji'tter paying systems not lo other !'V """"i'l n.-iiiu-st of Snii.coi) foi' J" 1 "- A 12 months' school term I ','-i ll M - tullf.-eu at Monlkx-llo .-,.- miBlit help the situation. It v.cuild I ,!','. "', W , R *'urs:in, preaide-u of certainty be a factor in rednciiv- '••> llul - rut his n-tiiii'sl f'-u:n juvenile' delinquency. " 'p' 0 '?? 0 ' T 1 .'" cl "' 1 '" 111 opeiatiie; inid ; to''' I ,';±";,J > T n h V lulU '"« e '!' nU ' "™'»' l> '«- '"«' l'l««:o:l its vithi'n , '"•'"•' ale : stat »l' "' approval on Ihe re-m-M within each cl, S srcom future eci-, : of Arkansas Poljauchnic Coll',., . mumiy. slate ,| 1H | national lemiers. ! !li^.sclivii| : .. i.illing fm smmjo'.-'i' ( »he fmhr-r^ 1: m\ mothers of tomor- | today's t-!:issrooms. The ' - D (lent and lost in 1944. There Republican tradition against nomination of a defeated date. Nevertheless. Dcwey eriior of New York State w.-rch j eacng offers one an npuor- casts 45 electoral votes, the larg- t'nilly for personality j>ro\Uh' ami ' esl number among the states. He was spectacularly redacted November]- to a second term as! iravernor. Dswcy looks to mnny as "A teacher comes in contact with " llll! people in the community c/.ndi- "nd usually the contact is plcas- cov-| n "' Teaching offers one an .- Act promptly to relieve inuscnbr soreness aiut lijjlit- ncss, fur, of coughing in Ihe nnjit loiii{>ht, at bedtime, \*»f»&^ rnb on UniL-iestcd VSJ?o*?J? l I 1 Stnukiy Scluitil ('lassos: ; (iivo vour 1917 In- ni her "cumuli-tils" lessons. I'ohiuhcl!' S'ek-cl :i lu'!|> din, <>r |f u > (in ^2 i ('(irniiH'nl.-; J \\'L' have i (omalic ill Sl-:.2;- some niw an- sluirnonei s :!CU DOUKHII, Uhtli.-vilU- TRI-STATES J Ko\ :; SCHOOL SUPPLY I'luillc 31S3 Illy 11,i-i ill,. y j>ro\ am . fnr educational, ndvancemenl. I lasi | There is no stagnation in a school 1 ' 00 " 1 - I "Professional training of teach- : Hie man to beat. Bricfcer's supuorlers are to point out that the ru elect's triumph in Ohio w as even more imposing, l>crcentai;e-w;sc. than Dewey's in New York. But rightly or wrongly Dewey was ac- ccnted by many persons I hrourili- I out ihe nation as the individual , slar of the Republican clect-.o:i day performance l:>st Noi\>inl).>;-. Alany Namrs iMcnlionytl Six Republicans usually -ue me-n- tioned here when politicians ;alK of the 1948 presidential noroia..- lion They are Sen. Arthur H. ' Viuidenber;;. n.. Mich.. Gov. D, V I Warren of California. fita 1 -'.':?-!, Taft. Brieker and Dewey rjcii Henry Cabot Lodge, n hjiv.l.>.me nud able younR war veteran just rcclected lo the Senate fr&m Massachusetts, sometimes s mentioned in that company, but not as having much chance. Vandenbcrg told questioners yr-s- tcrdiiy that he is not a candidate nnd expects no camnaiqn in i-.is behalf. Taft, questioned rei/j-it-y. said it was too nnrly ror spc'tiiii- tion about the presidential nc.':>- itiation. Dewey was asked last O"tcii>..-:- ;i he woujd be a candidate f.; r rip Hepublioan presidential .lom-r..-- lion. The question wns JMI; nvs I'crsoiis in both parties way: "If reelected as governor, no you expect to serve a full lour- year term?" That would extciia lo 1950 ''T hope so." Dewey replu'd. Bui, there arc other DOSSI:>''I'VS cr> is training which will carry : aver Into other endeavor. (Remcm- ! her what a muddle lay people made of rationing!) "Dealin;; with people is so much more vital, so much more stinvu- , Sating than dealing with things. 1 Imagine comp.-irino workim, with I children to selling gingham on ! tightening bolts. I "Hie hr-m-.s- of te.icl-.ers arc in l generjil shorter than bours of oth- | er workers, that is from 8 lo 4 with Raturdays free. Of course there i s periodical check-ups but this is true in any occupation. "Teaching is fun. There i s nothing monotonous about the school rcom. Hvervdiy is different. 'There Is creative ability in ev- f'lv cl.i.--5ro!)in. Teaching offers one a thaiico to achieve, through help- ins others, Iii s o wn ambitions and ideals. "Teachers hold a respected social position in their communities. They are free lo do anything that :>ny rejected, la-. v abiding Chris"an citiicen can do. "Although the Increment is too liltlp at present. Arkansas Teacher Rotn-emont plan does help one to grow older gracefully. The Blytiievilie school system has —, arc thinj.'- mij of Gen. Dwight b. Eisenho-vcr as a )io.«ib!c nominee. Trouble 15 'mire knows whether he is a Re- pnblica;! or nemorral. A rtJiiiti)- lican boom ol some dimensions for Gen Douglas MacArtinir -s quite likely. K * &"'$,'' '*£.* ,-/»-?! ORIGINAL ^KLOMP For a full measure of niiisrnliiio goo:i looks mid casy-io-tako coinforL, try : ' " \« : intlin)'s k%SH5! r ~*?wi INTHROP SHOES !|f'< FAMILY SHOE STORE :.' 312 W. Main St. Phone 2342 h North Highway 61 Be Nimble «• Spring in his feet? Keep it there with Poll-Parrots. 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