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Election of the Superintendents of City 4
- and County Public Schools.
r P. P. CLAXTOUt U. a C$meeinm nae e f Duatae. n.
In city and country the succes and cdienq of e
tb public schools depend to a vry lar extest on the
character and the work of the superintendent City
superintemdents are elect by city scool bonds
which are responsible to the people for thel sanag
ment and sues of the schools of the city. As arasUalt :
of the method by which they are elected and of the
salaries paid the. a very larg majority, practically t
all, of the city superintendents are profesional adu
aton of recognised ability.
Yet, county superintendents ae elected by pope
larvote a partisan tickets, by county courts not in any othebr respon
sible for the public schools ocept, perhaps, that they may determine to 1
some extent the county tax levy for schools, by asmion. representig -
local school boards over the aetiMons dof which the county sperfintendent is
sapposed to havw se kind f etrol, and possibly in other ways ally eb
llUgie.i and absard. t..
In all the states in which county perintendant are ado elected by .
rpeasible boards to which, they in tarn are reppoasible and in which
ea iesm not olarge emo to make it possible to Sll the dls with a
esmpett m and women giving full thime to the duties themo , legis.*
letares should tbe steps at the earliest possible moent, matiag these I
thing. poibl and equiring the.. Nowhen should the salar of the
tusty quperiat dent bhe le than ,p00. .t
1o eambl the weaker ioaties to pay adequate salaries and foe many 'e
ther twsses the state sbould pay me baif of the miniu a salary ab
at lee be
Beards e duation sa iol havelb th power to selset Centy superin- BE
tendered frm the eauntry at lge and should e required to select them
ol on th basis of profotenase preparation and ability..
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the LESSON FOR MAY S
REST/ AND WORSHIP (REICRIA.
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the GOLDEN TEXT-The streets of the aft
shal be full of boyse sad girls. playg i
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a. REPERENCE MATERIAL-Ex. :N:;
lawv. :;: Neb. 8:-li:; Rob. 4:
PRIMARY TOPIC-The Bappset DaM
of the Week.
JUNIOR TOPIC-Holy sad Happy Daa.
ne INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
-T -The Use ad Gucaa a o Resrasso.
The title "Rest and ecreation." as
y ebhosen by the committee, is hardly
true to the content of the Scripture
by p aes. It should be "Rest and
1.-Th Feast of TabersNasle (law.
S This was the anal feast of the suris
em which In type covered the great facts
1. Time e (v. 3). It wasu o the 2f
teenth day of the seventh month and
ay lasted seven days This time woald
about correspond to the close of our
September and the beginnalang o Octo
ber. It was after the harvest had been
2. Method ot keeping (vv. 4, 42).
They were to take the boughs of good
IF trees, branches of palm trees, Wtd
the boughs of thick trees, and willoew
of the brook, and construet booths.
These booths were placed e the liest
tps of beums, on the streets and open
places ot, the city, and ejp In the
bids. In these the people dwelt t
the whole week.
2 The pyeame 'ftd t'(v.i. (1)
A' emmor l of leraes dwellng i
agas their Jreer through the wt
S d ss,. (2) "rvest-hoe
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O were baa red! than at nay thus t
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