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PALAJKA DAILY NEWS
Sunday M ornlng, July 3, IQ2I. 6
v (By AMOclntnl Prrtiat
Tes Moines, la., July 2 Preemi
nent among the many factors that
should be mentioned in the educa
tional progress of the year is the
aroused interest in education itself,
Mrs. Fannie Fern Andrews of Bos
ton, told the National Education As
sociation here today.
"We might almost speak of an ed
ucational renaissance," Mrs. An
"Jiaucauona. leauers nave oecome,-,. jg more wonderfui than
leaders in educational progress
iney nave lorcea me puouc to recog- when yQU are grown my
nize the importance of education in you wi often think of thu fajthfu,
a new and different light; they havejanima, and wjsh a, men werc
established the belief that educa-,ike himfaithful unto death- Jiggs
tion has social, economic and politi-: a good dog That .g gaying
cal value-that the stability ..of the'much whpn the sun sinkg jn fte
country rests on education, Mrs.jwest for me l could ask nQ hjgher
Andrews added. "In the m'dst of , words of prise than those j have
economic depression and world up- picd to hjm To say he was good is
heaval, they have demanded more , highest praise."
money tor tne scnoois, ana iney nave
Editor Preaches a
Funeral Over Dog
(""J pjoomv ia)
Kansas City, Kan., July 2 E. R.
Humble, a retired editor and lectufrer
conducted a funeral service over the
body of Jiggs, a fox terrier dog, who
came to his death when running to
meet the car in which Frank Schultz
and his family were returning to
their home at 1136 32nd street, Kan
sas City, Kansas.
The dog had been the constant!
company of the Schultz children.olt
was Margaret, aged five, who went
to Mr. Humble with the request that
he would preach for Jiggs funeral.
Mr. Humble said "Poor Jiggs is
dead. But he died happy in his love
tell you. And Jiggs will live in you.
IKE THE SCHOOLS
CLEAN IS APPEAL
OF THE TEACHERS
(Bt Anorlated Jrraa)
Chicago, July 2 School buildings
shoufd Americanize by setting be
fore children standards of cleanli
ness, attractiveness and sanitation.
Neither American nor foreign-born ! menace we see
children should be exposed to the ef
fect of living daily in schools with
grimy walls, dirty floors.
These were outstanding (features
in recommendations made by Will
iam T. McCoy, vice-president of the
American Federation of Teachers, in
rendering to the Chicago high school
federations his report, of the Eastern
Conference of the organization held
recently in Washington, .D. C.
"Our school plants should be mod
els of neatness and sanitation," he
said. : "the existing deterioration of
the school system throughout the
country makes, it imperative that
teachers themselves establish stan
dards desirable for school buildings.
We note with regret that pupils and
teachers are becoming accustomed to
surroundings below the standards of
their home environment. The social
this situation is
that the public school will not con
tinue to be a civic model but a sym
bol of degradation.
"The following standards for
school buildings were submitted for
adoption by teachers throughout the
"Rest rooms for girls and teachers
convinced the public that the "great-, Committee on Democracy Applied to
est finanical asset of a country, re- Education.
gardless of the moral asset, is an 1 "The last Committee is enlisting
educational people. ; the cooperation of every national or-
"A review of the educational leg-! ganization which is aiming to pro
islation during the past year is a! mote a better American citizenship
striking evidence of this belief. The and a truer democracy. Tn no part1
country cannot afford not to spend of our national life can we look with 1
money for the adequate education of greater satisfaction or with greater '
all its children. hope than to our education and to the 1
"The determination to give every! men and women woh are devotedly
boy and girl a chance, to see that the j applying themselves to its progress."
eleven million rural school children ! ,, .
i. . -4- . Let B. & B. DO IT." 3-9-tt
nave opportunities commensurate
with the urban children, is a loading swbp ! i .
fart of the program in this educa-, w
lional revival, and it is the educators j
who are forcing this problem on the ;
people, and demanding the necessary i
fundjs for the realization of their j
plans. They have made their own i
program, which covers every phase
of the educational problem, from the
Kindergarten through the university
and they are determined to carry it
through. Where is a virility in the
educational worTd today that was
hardly perceivable five years ago.
"Our school men and women have
learned the lessons of the war. New
projects and new methods voice the
needs of the new time. New courses
in history are about to be published.
; Schools are vying with each other
for the best citizenship courses.
There has never been such a ser
ious consideration of the meaning of
citizenship, and our school people are
taking the lead in formulating hte
definition. They are using education
to help solve the problems of the na
tion, as the various committees of
the National Council indicate wit
ness the Committee on Thrift Edu-
Attention, Car Owners !
We have a few plain and non-skid
32x3 1-2 fabric tires that we are
selling for less than the wholesale
cost today, all new stock, guaranteed
"Lunch rooms for pupils and teach
"Clothing closets , with facilities
for drying and ventilating. ,
"Drinking -fountains so adjusted
that infection from this source will
be impossible. , ,m
"Hot water, liquid or powdered
"Absolutely' sanitary conditions in
toilets. . , "
"Thorough cleaning of class
rooms at least once, a month.
"Abandonment of use of class
rooms without natural light and jflre
"Insistance upon systems of ven-
tilation, heating, and sweeping which
do not dry up or contaminate the air.
"Maintenance - of needed repairs
within buildings' and of a neat ap
"Strict conformity to regulations
established by the fire department.
"Only as American teachers set
the standard that school buildings
shall be safe, and clean can they be
said to perform their duty in teach
ing civios. The building will speak
louder than the teacher."
BOLSHEVIKS HAVE NO FAITH
IN MEN IN KRONSTADT
0 (By Associated Prru)
Riga, Latvia, July 2 The Bolshe
vik government has decided not to pVwers.
take Any more chances with the fick
le political affections of the Kron-
stadt sailors, once the backbone of
the Soviet forces, recently the revo
lutionists who held Communist
troops at bay for some days, The
Kronstadt fortress, up to the time
of the recent Kronstadt revolution,
was for all purposes, more or less of
an independent sailors republic,
which controlled the powerful for
tress nearest Petrograd. Since the
revolt there was qushed, the fortress ,
has been put under the jurisdiction
of the Seventh Army ".corps, with
headquarters at PetrogVad, depriv
ing its garrison of any independent
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us, thereby eliminating the usual delay caused by sending tires to the factory
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cation, the Committee on Racial Well
Being, the Committee of Character
and Citizenship Education, and the
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t STOP AT THE
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j Rate $1.00 Per day and up.
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For Tonsililis, Guts,
Notice To The Public
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the future, will carry a complete stock of Cushman Engines
of all kinds and parts.
Call and look them over. The following are subject
to your approval:
Portable Engines on Trucks,
Stationary Engines for Every Use,
Electric Light Plants with Engines,
Electric Light Plants without
Our Marine Engines can't be beat.
For steady and reliable power and general satisfaction
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J. D. Points & Co.
Palatka, Florida ,
I have purchased the stock and fixtures of .
The Surprise Store
622 Lemon Street.
This stock was purchased at such a discount that I can sell
Ladies', Men's and
Clothing and Shoes
At a Discount of Fifty Cents on the dollar. This stock is
11 new and embraces the very best lines. Come and get
our share of the BARGAINS. '
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