The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 14, 1947 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 14, 1947
Page 11
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THURSDAY, AUGUST M, 1917 BLYfiiRVILLE (ATIK.) COliKlRIS NKWS Sex Crimes Show Large Increase Chief of FBI Urges Unescorted Girls to • Sray Off of Streets WASHINGTON Aug. M. (UP)— BRI Director J. Edgar Hcovcr today called on rape victims, their families, and the press (o he!p curf> sex crimes which he said are 43 por cent, more numerous than before' the war. M my .sex offenses are never reported because "(ho victims and their families remain silent to avoid publicity," Hoover sniil. In such CM- OS he pointed out, the criminal remains free to repeal, lu.s asv.«i!ts niKin others, "Ttic press generally has shown a willingness not. to' publish ill" names of victims," Iluover said. "Victims should not be subjected to publicity. Hut, Ihf' Kpnt-light slicvihl t)e turned by tile press upon s.lio offender." "The offcndeis,. lie conlinuc-u, "should l;e treated, instead of sale- ly as ci-imina!s, as individuals needing medical attention. No knn»n sex oil'encicT should be permitted to BO free unless it is certain lie is cured." 'Hcover said 313 cities oi rjO.MS.BOT total pumihuiou reported (i.Ejyi rapi." cases last year. This was a i-l.-l per tent iiiL'nr.ise over 1MII ami 3 : ) iK-r rent over the 1U39-41 avci.i.iji,'. The increase in recent yc.irs Jias Ijecn even greatt-r in rural .areas than in cities. Hoover said. Ka >es . in rural ureas rest 17.| |;er cimi. in 194G over 1645, for example, while increasing only J 5 per cent in citic.;, lie said. But these figures. Hoover continued, "give no clues as to how many rapes may have been committed 'out never reported.'' Hoover said parents never should permit girls to yo out, unes:nrtcd at night. PLAN STOCK SHOW AT MEMPHIS FAJR ;?** Uollti-.B up llitir sleeves niul get- •:ir; ready for the Mid-South Fair I Memphis ,Se|)(. -'2-27 are l.'ranU ( '1ms \K( ]>:, ] ( l, it ( tuuliiK.) and Ci \ ' \\Mim I in In n i f u Tlie Miil-Konlh Kali- will feature livestock show. There'll he :* rodeo and olVcv Inlcrraling atlrnc- lions. Thnn;mml:> of dollars arc be; spent on iti^dern f^:hibiis. Jillil- South residents are planniiiK now sco this s|jcct:iele beginning; PAGE Marshall Writes Molotov; Deplores Korea Stalemate WASHINGTON. Aug. 19. ilUP> — Secretary of State Cicorgc C. Miir- sliiill, In a letter lo Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Mjlolov, hns deplore ( i the continent sta!cmnte on Korea. 'Marslinll's letter, announced yesterday. «sked that tlie Joint Soviet- American Commission on Korea make a report by Aug. 21 explaining why U. luis been imnble. U) mnke tmy progress toward settling the future ol 'Korea. Marshall's letter to Molotov \vas retul to I'C'porter.s by acting Hefi-p- lury of Stale Robert A. Lovetl. It. wius tinted -Monday mul delivered to Hie Soviet Foreign OHice 'rues- day by American Ambassador Walter Ticitcll Sniilli. five cents ami extension of closed shep cuntnu't.s for one year under an tfgrreinent reached by 280 employers und a CIO union. The pscl WHS agreed upon Tuesday, subject to union ratification, by representatives of employers and I he Federation of Dyers, Finlsliers, Printers and Bleachers. 1111 affiliate of the 'I'extilc Workers Union (OIO). The wage increase will make tin 1 n?mluujni lioni'ly pay $1.18 for men and 98 rents for women. The IICBO- llallons were moved up from Sept. 30 to circumvent the Tuft-Hartley I/.w provision forbidding completion of closed shop agreements uf'.er Aug. 22. llu'y return to llu> " I-' It'll ol tllflr tXl): United | tu'.d huvc urgnnl'/.eiV it so well." Eastern Textile Workers Get Wage Increases NEIW YORK, Alii;. 14. (UP) -Some 30,000 textile workers in New Yolk. New Jersey anil Pennsylvania will receive wa^e increases of Boy Scouts Launch 'Pen Pal' System for Unity MOIfc'SON, AUK., is. (UP) American Hoy Sronts nt I he World Jamboree yesterday launched a "Pen Pal" .system to unite Si'onts throughout (li<. world. W. Arllmp McKhmcy, New York, executive director of the. AiuerU'un Kfoup, said the exchange of letters was destined lo ''ranulc "biU- ler world luulcrstandlni " MrKlnncy said the American tfroiin "will make 10,000 speeches Seattle Newspaper Suspends Publication SRA'ITL,E, Aug. M. <XJP>—Tile Seattle Star, aflernoon Seattle daily newspn]jer, yesterday announced that it, was suspending publiciV.ion with that day's editions. . The announcement was made in a box on the front pa»e or the paper by the owners, Howard W. Parish and associates. The announcement said that increasing costs, particularly of newsprint and laior. had forced the management into the decision. Early this year Sheldon Saekctt, Oregon newspaper publisher, obtained an option cm the Star, but later' failed to fulfil] the option and the Parish group retained control. R'.'cent negotiations between Sack- rltniKl J. Davirt Stern, former Philadelphia publisher, for,the purciijiKa nfxUie option were not completed. Read Courier News Want Ads Concsdo Asks Thoif Soviet Proposals Be Rejected by UN I'A'KK SircCHSS. N. V., All?. 14. (US') —Cannila |)iO]ioscd forrnallv yestprday ilv.vt mra-bers of the United -Nations Atomic Energy Commission reject Sai-ict proposals for international ntc.:n[c cnen;y control and inspection ;is "inadequate" at pi-fscnt. Icavinir I lie door open for further discussion. 'A vote on Hie proposal in the Control Committee of the Atomic I Commission was delayed until Friday. Soviet representative Dmitri Skcbcllsyn asked [or a postponement, io permit Andrei Gromyko to attend. Canadian Delegate George Ignatieff said the Soviet propositions "are staled in such general terms that further liiscussion" docs not serin to be "helping this committee to.vards the development of specific proposals which \ve are required to prepare in this committee.' His resolution left ihe way open for future talks on the Soviet proposals—after IhLs year's atomic report is sent to the General Assembly and after 'Russia has clarified its proposals by answering a set of 10 questions' submitted to ihe Soviet L;uvcrninen[, by Great Bri- BAKERY SPECIALS DEVIL'S FOOD CAKE Delicious 2-layer Cake Covered in 100' ; Cane Sugar Icing. '"I In- boys," he suld, "iiwrvel Hint tne 1'Veimh lm< - been able to slnse the' Jamb;.ice so soon after tlie war llurdy Dlsli In addition to ancient vgns and birds' 'iiest soup, the Chinese urc particularly Ion dof dojjs 1 flesh, marmnhidc made from roses," preserved oysters, ducks' gtaards, iilid rnnni'd earth.vornui, \Vlil|>|iVcl for 1 Worklni ' clvlr law In Tenuanaii, Dutch East InA«, forbid* m*n lo worjc in the. vllloge tmdy ptnalty^of lj«lng publicly thrfaiwd by " •' ** ^ • Head Courltr News a • » It with these better values ih On Sale Saturday Only! Telephone Your Order — Dial 2073 BAKERY with the amazing new OMAR mum MIX iTngraht, spicy cinnamon rolls—the finest appetite nrousers that ever graced a breakfast table. Tempt those early morning tastes to eat up ami start tlie day right. One bite anil you'll be listening to praise.s u-plenty from the entire family. For OMAR WONDER MIX is fully prepared for delicious yeast rolls—just add water. No guesswork—never a failure. A simple variation and you have your favorite style rolls. lifter you've baked rolls just once the new Omar Wonder method you'll say—"That's for me!" It's so easy even a begin- 'icrcan bake delicious rolls and serve 'em piping hot anil perfect every time. You'll never be- satisfied again with the olt! fash-' ioned method. 39 DINNER STAK COHf 33 BEEF HASH M'AK VIKNNA SAUSAGE KX'I'KA S'I'ANDAItl) 14 TOMATOES SPINACH If Kl). CROSS SPAGHETTI WKSTICHN STAK GREEN BEANS l,urjti- I,o;ues ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE NEW OMAR WONDER MIX ! WHITER, KINEK TEXTURE KRQfiER BREAD CHOCOLATK FUDGE LAYER DEVILS FOOD CAKE ,53 ASSORTED COFFEE CAKES ,, K .19' KROGER CLOCK llflffiSiY^L Hu K llrc <l Plain IO I'URE CAN 10 ' SWGA1 10 Vlv98' I'UI'ULAR HRANDS CIGARETTES •r:::..:::- HEAVY CALF jMEAT SIRLOBN STEAK FINK FOR MEAT LOAF 19!) HOT DATED PRKSHKH iMAX^'ELL HOUSE COFFEE .;.':,.!...:..• KROGER SPECIAL BLEND BCETEA (II,UE LAHEL K.ARO SYRUP DELTA SYRUP ALPINE VANILLA Bag $-|05 $-| . I 8 Oz Bot. KUl.l.V OIJAWN—TAU1.IC UKAUY 67 ro noc 50 Lb. Tin STUKAK O'l.lOAN SALT MEAT CULL ;.. U. S. NO. 1 CRO\VLEY RIDGE Elberta Fteestorie PEACHES 2lls 15c *2 8 " KltOGER GOLEDN RIPENED BAHAMAS ,b 14 C SWKKT FANCY TOKAY GRAPES 2 ,25 Ked Malagas -fAc or Ribeers. Lb. CALIFORNIA FANCY FKESH CARROTS Bunches 15 C (I. S- NO. 1 WASHED RED n, 33 POTATOES JO 11 E h 55 c HUNT'S TOM ATO SAUCE 3 19 DRYY BLACKEYEPEAS fi ^'r KAIJY LIMA BEANS ',':!;: 35° GREAT NORTHERN BEANS „!„': 79' SCOTT TOILET TISSUE 3, M ,,29 C CRYSTAL WHITE SOftP 2 , tar ,15" SAV-A-DAY BLEACH^;,r w . 9 C MATCHES' 6 ^ 29 C Who's -tk Boss? \ x /^ ^ At your Kroner Store, yon nrc ~-because, if we don't please you, we won't be in business long. That's why we stock so many popular foo<t brands, that, we know you like. It's why Kroger produce is always fresh . . . nlwnys a belter vnlne. And if you linve any .suggestions on how to make our stores even belter — don't hrailale to pass them along. JJccmisc you're Die boss, lady- what yoti'sny goes. vroqer v )- TWH1TE CORN i LI 1.35 MEAL 25 ^^ "'fcSlT AVONDALE FLOUR 5 L L5bs - 25 S5-.T CALUMET BAK POWDER ^W MYLES TABLE SALT PURE HOG LARD V" EVAPORATED PET MILK MARCO MUSTARD : ;. r " SOUR OR DILL PICKLES Q r ENCHANTRESS PEANUT BUHER - 45 4 Lb. f Ac Bag IV 4 Lb. QCc Ctn. 09 3 Tall 07 C CansOI SAVf YOU HOKL!"

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