The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 4, 1947
Page 8
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COUUIEU NEWS U.S.Spendslittle To Educate Youth Nation Lags Behind Others in Money Allocated to Schools r CHICAGO, Juno 4. (UP)-- The President of the National Congress *' *iS ents alld Teachers said yes- rddUjjiat this nation was lagging . hind^freat Britain, Russia and other countries in the amount ot | inonoy spent on education. Mrs. .JU w. Hughes, Arlington, ,renn., told the organization's ijol- I den jubilee convention that child- I ren must have educations to "trai I iheir hands and their heads and lilso their hearts." I; "Of course such an education is I expensive," she said. "Yet if looked I "upon In terms of human values r»nd human happiness the cost is enough. OLher countilus Vtruufc so. I? "Up to now we nave given les? Ithan two per cent o( our nationa I income to education, whereas 1m- Ifcroverishert Britain is about to •launch an ambitious education;! • program that will cost six to scvci Iper cent of hers on education for Ifriany years lo come." li Joseph K. Folsom. Va-ssar pro • lessor of sociology, told the group I that several United States corn- Imunlties have been conducting • family life education programs. I He said that "no longer do we • look to the expert for some mys- Iterious scientific conclusion, some • precise formula of psychology to Isilve problems. We realize mire and • more that parents already possess • much wisdom and common sense • which must be relied upon in deal- ling with individual cases." "Th/xe programs." he said "by ,hcir<^cry nature, are not activl- Ities whjch can be assigned to any •one gHQp or profession. Many agen- Bcies and professions have some- Ithing to contribute. And the prob- Blem is to keep them in close touch • with one another and to gel' co- HigH Life in Little Old New York' PAGEELEVKM ;hi< I' ol American con- ! ols. •2. ttiiltius i>urllel)Mtloii in the government, continue Uie guerrilla war, keep the nation's economy dis- ruplc-cl, sti-eiujthi-n The left, anil to Incite anti-American feeling. The party's ultimate objective Is believed lo be lo establish a Com- inunlst slate In Grci-ce. restore the old Greek fronlier cutting West, across the country from Mcnuu Olympus and incorporate Macedonia and Thraco in a now Greater Eoutli Slav Soviet rtcpubllc. Estimates of Coinmtuiist Party trriifitli in Greece vury with the political convictions of the estimators. The Communists claim about 75.COO. Uoyallsls insist It h is lalleu off lo .some 10.COO. Less biased observers put the lolal at no more than 25,COS. In Greece, as '" HuMjia, there have been purges of old Holshevik.s and those who traditionally have favored un anlo- nomous Maci'dotila within the Greek sphere instead of a Soviet republic of Macedonia. Ucccntly party cards were withdrawn from Man Bound Over To Grand Jury in Kidnaping Case TJUCY. CITY, Trim.. June 4. (in 1 ) — w. s. Dell was milking efforts today to mlsc a $10,000 cinsii bond on chaises of "conspiracy" In coiuicc'lion with lust week's KH- nnpiiiK <>[ cashier A. L. HiMUlmtn and atloinpted robbery of the NnUoniii n. in i; ] im .. Hell u-aivi-d jnfllmlutuy lu'Mlii:', j'cslmliiv and was bound over lo grand jury adlon In the July tern of Circuit Court. lie had been ai- K'Sled Saturday | )V shdlif I). !•'. Q rooms wliu tiuolcd Hell us !!i;'ii)K he hail known or Uio plunncd robbery for four weeks lirforo It was uUrmitlcd. Dell, Ci rooms said, also gave the intojiimtlon that led (o the arrrsl of Allord Whltworlli, 38, un ( | Ocr- iilcl Duuan, l(i, both of Union City, N. J,, In Chattanooga leu than 2< own after the robbery attemjrt. hltwortli la In jail under $10,000 sh bond, and Uugan In »wsltlng Juvenile court hearing before ounty Judge J. L. Rollings, of rundy County. several lumdrods who stubbornly refused lo .support imy yliiii tor parlitlonins of Greece. VoliiiK sux-nutli of the Communist Party and the left coalition it controls |iu s , 1( ,t been tested but is brllevod to account for about 15 per cent of the electorate. Let a Singer expert [nit your irucliinc in first class miming onlcr. Keasonalilt- di:irj;cs. Hsiimate fuc- nislifd in ailvaniT. SINGER SEWING CENUR •111 W. Main St. If you want to get up in the world, get a job ns a rigger on New York's famous Empire State building. The men seen at left, ebove, are riggers installing a lightning,rod atop a pole extending 60 feet above the 1250-foot skyscraper. Photo at right shows how iar above surrounding buildings they work. Installation will bo , used for forthcoming research on lightning by GE scientists. Communists in Greece Plan {Opposition to New U.S. Policy FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CON CRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Os^eola Tile and CULVERT CO. [We Deliver Phone 691 BY ROBERT VERMILLION to (United Press Staff CorrKspondent) to ATHENS, June 4. IUP)—The' Greek Communist Purty, first in Europe to meet head on the new United States foreign policy, is struggling in the hills and cities to unite the left behind a .program of obstruction of the American effort in Greece. Since President Truman's speech on March 12, the Communist leadership in Greece has been on the move, fading into the guerrilla regions seeking to persuade the fighting leadership in the hills that the time is critical and demands absolute unity with the cause of Communism. • ' V This is known from sourcc-s "Within .the Communist Party and from Intelligence services of various nations now in Greece. OBulgaria arid Turkey. These sources agree thrit the Greek Communist policy, de r signed to meet the threat of n possible efficient and successful American mission to Greece,- is as follows: • . 1.-'Achieve a place .in the R"v- enimchi through Communist front organizations such as the Leftist Coalition, EAM. If this may be dons through a broadening of the government by elections or:.,on American initiative the party's plan is obstruct the Aiiicrlcan attempt rehabilitate.Qrecce by weakening CLUB 61 (Formerly Midnite Inn) TUBS. 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