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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 15, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseThe stabs no Stripp idea draws mixed reaction among republicans1 f to a h 5 Nixon May ruin f or gov Rabi. A ,.a i / by Jack Bell Washington a there i talk that Richard Nixon might wait until 1568 to bid again Tor the presidency and it has provoked mixed reaction among re pull f ,. R " i = can some of nixon1 supporters think it might be Good idea for the former vice president to run for governor of californian 1s62 and if elected to seek a second term to 1966 before trying for the Presl other friends believe however that it would be a mistake for him to Ulfik a style race in which either Success or defeat would be Likely to remove him from among the ranks of potential 1364 party nominees. If he Nina for governor Nixon could be expected onto pledge that he would not 4uit in the Middle of his first four year term to seek National office if Ehe lost his political career would be at an end. However the commitment to serve full term As governor would not be with out 1u Reward. Such a pledge would certainly Dull any charge that he was Duck ing another contest with president Ken Nedy and wailing for an opponent in 1968 who lacked the advantages of Whitehouse occupancy Nixon probably knows As Well As anyone else that Many organization republicans have gone politically sour on him since his defeat by or Kennedy last november purty officials who travel widely have Section m 1944 r Tor presid ent Elsen what House result pros who ordinarily about the Choice of old i a m p1 jh1 Point i the Forjone Pic it us brought _ Back to Wash have encountered at Thevil Levels a Grent Deal Oil opinion thah Nixon to organization men advisers he might Nedy. These travellers report complaint among state chairmen and. Era that they could t git through j Nixon to Tell him How to run Palgon although the grousing against is reported rather widespread it in t necessarily fatal politically. Formed a. Dewey Jot new York encountered his share of it when he lost treat students As adults principal urges Parley Detroit a if students Are treated like babies in High school they Maui t be expected to act like adult in College Lloyd a Michael principal of Evanston Iii township High school voiced that warning in rink Broad new programs ofeiui8ling for College students in a speech to the National association of secondary school convening Here Michael said in too Many High schools youth us typically treated As immature irresponsible persons requiring maximum amount of supervision and is Folly to assume that these tame youths after a senior prom and a magical summer Are ready to shoulder ail the responsibilities of adults in a new environment where they att Emont Italy without restriction and supervision notch average Michael said about one of four stud Gnu who enter College dropout by the end of their fre Many in and Only two of five entering freshman stay to graduate from the same institution four year Slater. He said colleges and High schools like have a greater Rospo Nithil than they Are now assuming to see that the right student goes to the right College. Mistakes Are too Michael said for the failure in one College can mean the end of youth s the High schools and the col Leges he said must work together to identify the students who should be encouraged to continue their education and to wed out those who Aren t qualified for College g Urt upholds Veteran rights Cincinnati up the a Cher ans preference act whih gives armed forces veterans preference in civil service jobs has been up held Here bythe u a court of appeals for the sixth circuit. The court cited previous de pistons upholding the act in affirm ing disc Sihu of a suit which nought to have the act declared in . The suit had been dismissed in March 1960 by judge Carl a Lenman in , District court it Dayton Ohio r the c suit had been filed by Thomas a. Hymand and n group of Wright Patterson air Force base employees who had lost their jobs despite seniority because service Veteran were Given preference when layoffs took place Oast Blit Lier a. A Frederick yet Sloan who voted in 16 Presl dental Tel elections including the one last of Yamber died at tha Horad of a daughter in nearby Harris vide. Him 102 and Republican. With 50 per get of the nation s High school graduate now going on to College Michael Bald prop Anition for College is a primary function of the secondary Means he said that Aca Demic programs must be Given More emphasis in High school of. Achievement must be raised. Michael Prat aed the advanced placement program of the College Entrance examination Board As in Rupa the beat plan for co opera live Cullon in the curriculum be tween to school and College under thin program worked out by teams of High school teachers arts vol legs professors Bright High school students take College level courses in 11 subjects program expanding the nov iced placement program has a in expanding rapidly. In May 1954, about 500 Attu Dent from in High schools took examinations to we if they should be Given col lege credit for High school work. Lent May the figure was 10,500students from 890 schools. Dean Stephen Romyne of the University of Colorado told the convention that population explosion at the College age level plus the growing popularity of a College degree. Is putting tremendous pres sure on the colleges to be More selective in their or wrongly he said in an address this is the situation in higher education today and it May get worse before it begins Roget blame publicity a a Kendrick of the College Entrance examination Board said the general alarm Over College admission stems largely from publicity. Only one in la of the colleges is highly selective,1? he said one third of the colleges will accept All or almost All High school Grad Unton. One it Elf Wilt accept All witha c average., " if Tuero is no financial problem i will guarantee to place any High school graduate in on accredited four year wedding March at 2, it to me anti x i. To. Of Jat l a i cup of by Hitt a Jim Bergman above a Cort june � Light Pinna it grand Fork . After they were a Borns. Justice of the peace b. A Fink ten holding microphone below performed their marriage ceremony from the ground. The Ift 28-yer-Oid Bride took her Farsi fist Bergman Bon Tanee blossomed51 with the Justice of the Pence a ene Nemr. And sent Cal beef was conducted i tur Altitude of ,4, Truman s memory on budget deficit called Ina by late c. Wetson Washington up former president Truman took another hip shot at history last week and a he so of ten does he wounded a fact ?.- y v the former president was in new York last week in route with mrs. Truman to a Ber Muda vacation o. Frederick m. Winship of up s new York Bureau reported or. Truman s interview on thin occasion and in his Story he quoted the car mar president on president Kennedy s performance to Date. Or Truman thinks or Kennedy is doing a Al Well and he especially approved of the Szub Lilor. Welfare Benefi Thike just proposed i feel the american people have gotten off very easy or. Truman said with respect of taxation. " Winship s Atory continued l it not in directauotesr1 " f " the former chief executive said he lift Leved every Eifort should be. Made to make in come meet outgo in the Federal giver i Menthor. Truman said to managed to balance the budgets for six years until expenses of the korean War created a deficit,1 reporter Winship insists that is what or. Truman said that he Winship has it in his notes. Or. Truman took office in april 1945, and left the White House in january 1953.he was not responsible Tor the 1&45 deficit which amounted to $53.9 billion that was fu1 War Lnae Roofie Elt budget. J f thereafter the. Record does not Square at All with or. Truman s memory of his budget accomplishments. Be Tad of triad deficit record. His ims Uttal year deficit amounted to in the fiscal years of budget surpluses. These the Republican 80th Doug rest Man denounced ask in fiscal 1951, or. Triana one More budget surplus Stettin of six lot Wafa Rewell deficit was nearly Tahj 19s3. All at these Are the. I " plied by the Bur of of.,the, the weakening of every year Najj tas in committee calculated to " a 3j

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