The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 26, 1946 · Page 3
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THURSDAY,-DRCRMKRR !><;, FBI Chid Urges Better Schools Hoover Advocates Starting War on Crime in Classroom UV DOItOTHY WILLIAMS (United Press Staff Currc&i>:>iiitcnll WASHINGTON, Dec. 2(i. (UP) — FBI Director J. Kclcnr Hoover loduy called for better pay for teacher's with :i warning that the nation is inviting greater juvenile delinquency by its "penny-wise and pound- foolish" altitude toward education. "Cur teen-age crime rate has dropped slightly from the wartime peak, but it's still alarmingly high" the G-man chief said. "We can't ufford to court further trouble by denying our youngsters the best possible cdttcationiU opportunities." Hoover urged-more pay for teachers as a step toward combating juvenile delinquency. He deplored the prciil trend of qualified s t u . flouts lo spurn Ihe teaching field and called attention to the loss during the last five years of about JoO.OBo teachers to other jobs "Better education — and that means better teachers—can cut om national crime bill," he said in an interview. "The school can be a decisive supplement to the home in directing the child into a lifetime course of la.w and order A Bond teacher can make np "for oilier lacks in a youngster's training for good citizenship." Hoover's warning came ns police reports from throughout the- country revealed the first drop in ju \eiulc delinquency since before tin Tn the first half of-this year 17 (i per cent of all arrests were of persons below 21 years of age. This of"l945 eS "' Ul 2l PPr CCnt f01 ' a " .The FBI predicts that about 17 Per cent of the expected GOD 003 arrests this vear win be juveniles. I hey 11 be detained for larccnv Inir- Blary and auto theft, in the 'order named, the FBI anticipates Many of them, both juveniles nnd BdnHs. mil be called "first offc-nd- Hoover Rebels Hoover rebels at Ihe term He said studies of criminals have shown that invariably they committed minor offenses "or anti-social acts before they came to the attention of the law. "Many c.f these anti-social traits cot.kl be detected in the school room by a good teacher," 'lie said •With proper guidance many of these children «nild be educated to become abiding citizens instead of criminals." Hoover bslicvcs that the younre. the child, the more susceptible he is to character-building influence "These children could have been helped most in the lower grades' he said. "But we offer little'induce- ment for qualified persons to become grade, sphcol teachers "We pay" our grade'scfiooi''teach- crs throughout the country an average of S1.36U a year-less than we pay many typists or day labor- Lesser, but still serious salarv injustices, are found all along the teacher pay scale, he pointed out No wonder every school board m the nation has trouble in recruiting teachers of needed competence, character anrl citizenship." he said. "Our pennv-wisc and pound-foolish altitude toward our educational system is one of the tragedies of America. "Compare the cost of better education with the cost of crime For every school teacher at work, there arc seven persons who have been arrested. For every Allege student Trx-re are 10 potential criminals." Schools can reduce the ranks of future criminals. Hoover continued, by teaching students "to live as well as to make a living." .BITTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWR y Million Nazis To Be Forgiven, McNarney Says HERLfN. Dec. 26.—(UP) ---.One million "little Nazis" in the American Zone of Germany were forgiven under a Christmas amiu\s!.y. Gen. Joseph T. McNarney. military governor of American-occupied Germany, made this announcement as the high point of his Christmas Eve address to Germans in Frankfurt. The ' number represents about one-third of all the Nazis in the American Zone who might have faced charges under the new German-written and German-administered denazification !aw. The "forcgiveness" represents the first actual relaxation of the tough American denaziMcation policy which has resulted in many more : stern measures against former followers or Hitler than those AU MY CUSTOMERS ASK. FOR. THIS FLOUR.' 7** MAGIC mmm FOUND—The 'Jndispensoble' Mon PACKTHk*. IRIDAY AND SATURDAY AT WARDS! ,, . ' • / \>&M?2!&4t Av.'WA v'-.Yr . .^i'^'i.^:-^- 1 ; •:. ;w, ' ?$vv^Sps|| If the News nnd Observer of rinlcigli, N. C., were tj lose the services of linotype operator .lanies Hayes, the staff shudders to Hunk what would happen lo the editorial page. lie is the only mini on the stall who o.-.vi decipher tlic handwriting 01 Publisher Josepluis Daniels, right dean of North Carolina editors, former -Secretary of the Navy an.I ambassador to Mexico. Daniels writes his editorials and columns in Ifinshan;!. nnd .-i wretched "list" it is. as inserts, above, show. Uul years of c-xpoi'ienco make it cinch Fmi.i for Hayes, pictured left, composing n Daniels cdilwial. Zionists Balk At Taking Part In Conference BASEL. Switzerland, Dsc. 2t>. -(UP)—The World Zionist congress refused today to participate in the British-sponsored London conference on Palestine next month "in the. existing circumstances" and condemned terrorism in the Holy Land. In an all-night session climaxing the Congress. Zionist delegates voted 171 to 154 against taking part in the proposed Arab-British- Jewish conference on Uie future Of Palestine. The vote appeared n setback to the moderate polic>- advocated by President Cliaim Welz- mann. The congress passed a resolution which denounced tlic British re-, gime in Palestine as "oppressive", wit at Die same time condemned terriorism as'a method or resisting the regime. "While upholding the rlqhi at 1 Yislnix (the Jewish community) to resist [he present oppressive regime in Palestine, the Congress condemns murder and the shedrtin" of innocent blood as a means of political warfare," the rosoullion Smokers Cause 73 J Fires In Memphis in 1 J Months MEMPHIS. Tena, Dec. w. — 'UP)—Smokers were Ihe cause of most fires in Memphis during Ihe l!.r*t 11 months or this year, Ihe Fire Prevention Bureau reported loday. The report attributed 131 fires directly to smoking and cigarettes' and noted many more listed as of unknown origin probnbly ""re of the same origin. Thieves Slay Elderly Watchman sa ' campaign of violence, the ' JMB line character ,,r Yishuv in he eyes of [he world." The resolution called upon [he Extremist Kioup.s "10 submit to natio;n' rt's- cipline."' nnd Confident MIAMI, Pla.. Dec. 2(5. (UP)—c-ir ii t , • D ° mi "S'iez reported today "•at his 2-1 passengers kept right on 1,5)™,, even though they knew l!'e lr O"?f s\°4a™ S5Cl "" S adrm '" "We knew someone wo.iid coir.e along and give us a tow," he said 'Ihc vessel's motor went dead. Anxiety for the passengers and. the. new of four was felt when the snip failed to return lo its ixirt at 5 p.m. last night. Almost seven hours later a Coast iV'iard crash boat pulled the missing vessel to its pier. Fisherman And His Wife Are Wounded JONBSBORO. Ark.. Dec. 2C. — lUPI—W. F. Clements, 53-year-old commercial fisherman of Lake Village, and his estranged wife 33- year-old. Nellie, are In a critical condition after he allegedly shot himself nnd his wife and cut his Ihronl and wrists yesterday. | The couple had lived in n house ' boat on the St. Francis River at Lake city xintil their separation a month ago, according to Deputy Sheriffs C. D. Wilson and Wcs Moneyham. The shooting took Place at a neighbor's home where Mrs. Clements hud been living. Officers said Clements shot his wife in the head with a .32 caliber pistol as sheVaas working In the rear of the '"rfelgribor's 'home. After firing four more shots at her', two of which missed, Clements was sairl to have slashed his throat and both wrists with a knife. TEXARKANA. Tex., Dec. 2(i. — IIJPI—Bowie County slierllf W, H. Presley was holding five .suspects today for questioning in connection with the Chrlstnms Eve bludgeon murder of I. W. Waters. The body of 03-year-old Waters, a night watchman, -,vas found shortly before midnight hi the main building or the Texarkann Candy oC. no had been clubbed savagely over Ihe head with a blunt instrument, officers said. m>.i hid been dead for at lenst five hours. A storehouse nearby had been broken in! 0 nnd looted of 12 sacks of sugar. Officers sent several Items found near the murder scene, includiuc a lenetli of Iron pipe, to Km headquarters in Washington for examination. „ . „ . . "'Sorters Released tnken by the other three occupying powers. It was understood that the War Department had approved the amnesty recommendation, which was made by the highest American officers in occupied Germany. LITTLE ROCK, Art, Dec. 2G.— (UP) A total of 33 prisoners was free today, convinced that the Christinas spirit still lives in Arkansas. I Municipal Judge Harper Harb of . Little Eiock yesterday called a spe- i cial session of his court and freed , 33 prisoners from the City Jail. The total included 15 men and women who were serving out lines for misdemeanors and 18 persons arrested Christmas Eve for overindulging. Negro Deaths Services will lie held StnvHy ,' Vennle joiner Thuima.i, an.' local Negro woman who died Tuesday noon of injuries when struck bv a train. < " The Rev. I. H. Harvey, pastor. ] will conduct services at Ihe I.uxora .Negro Baptist chmcch \vi'.n burial ' tie cemetery there wicn Caslon Funeral home in charge. She is survived by her husband, two daughters, a son ana invce sisters. ' ^ MEN'S HEALTHGARD RIB KNIT UNIONS 2.59 Medium lieovy '.voipltl for worm COinforl. Fill snurjiy wilhoul btn'l* lug. Lightly fleeced Imtde. GIRLS SWEATERS REDUCED —Some slightly spiled. Sizes 4-5-6. Assorted colors. A good buy Reduced from $2.95 to $2.27. YOU-SEW-IT-DRESSES — Those are a hot item that you'tl want to be in on. Color fast prints in attractive easy-to-rnake dresses for that little girl. Reduced fom $1.19 to 69c. BOYS SPORT COATS—A nice group of oil wool sport coats in attractive plaids. Broken sizes. Reduced from $12.95 to $7.88, SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKMES 1 his Old Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief Mnry sufferers relieve WHY SUFFER From Cold Weather? When yon ran simply call 5517 and have jour sroccrics ami mc.ils delivered free liy our new fast SCOOTKF! DKUVF.KY. \Vc guarantee you must lie snlis- ficd wilh our seleclion. Fresh Dressed Poultry ilnily . . . Jlcailowbronk Milk. ' Gl Iltghwny N'orlh—Plintic 53i CECIL LOWE Grocery & Meats Elderly Cyclist Killed MEMPHIS. Tnnn., Drc. 23. — <UP)—William Thompson, 70. who refused 1 0 ride in automobiles was the victim of a hit-and-run driver while riding his byclc, polic? reported today. He was identified by relatives who said he had be™ on his way for a Christmas visit by his usual mode of travel. H has been estimated that triplets can be expected once in 7r,CS births in the human family. TODAY — Bring Us Your Poultry Hens — 25c Cocks ...:..... 18c Geese 24c Leghorn Hens At Our Residence, 1711 \V. Vine W. T DAVIS 24c 20c "Eat a Bonnee at Barney's" Delicious BONNK SUTTFRFD STEAK SANDWICH BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 20nr, W. Main Si. Phnnc -,,.,, RAINWEAR REDUCED -^Plastic yidene rain- coots in all sizes. Reduced frbrn $1.9,5 to $1.67. PURSES AT A SAVINGS—A nice group of plas. tic purses in several styles and colors. Reduced from $3.98 to $2.77. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS—A fine cotton gaber- dine—some slightly soiled. Broken sires. Ro- duccd from $3.98 to $2.97. LADIES FALL SUIT SALE—Big reductions in all of our Fall Suits. Several styles and colors. Broken sires. Reduced from $29.95 to $22. LADIES SWEATERS REDUCED—AH >vool coat sweaters and boxy slip-ons too. Some slightly soiled. Reduced from $3.93 to $2.97. ' CAROL BRENT SWEATERS— Pure knitted soft wool—Styled in the classic manner—in colors to mix and match. Sizes 34-40. $4.49. MEN'S RUGGED CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRT 1.59 Word's.famoui Fionaari In America's top work shiil fubllc, Mod(> *or long, wear. Sanforized for flu t' a .t ;••»",-flit-Srt'^a BOYS' i^J'T SHIRTS FOB SCHOOL, PLAY 98c waiK, mv« drtii j^lftil Small, nadluni, largo, /(uorf^d ilriprs BLANKET SALE—Winter necessities priced at a big value. AN virgin wool Blanker in several attractive colors. Reduced from $14.98 to $9.98 BIG SAVINGS ON DRAPERIES— Beautifully prmted> nubby textured kind, One of a pair in , some patterns. Wonderful buys at only $6.88 pr SOFA PILLOWS REDUCED—Originally $1.79 Choic« of printed cretonnes, damask, and chintx covers. Now ar only $1.00. COMFORTERS REDUCED—A heavy, warm, wool filled comforter that is priced at a real saving. Reduced from $9.98 to $6.97. PAPER CURTAINS REDUCED—An inexpensive paper curtain in floral patterns. Assorted colors. Reduced from 98c to 67c. BOYS SLEEVELESS SWEATERS—A loosely woven sweater of 1QO'. wool. In assorted sizes and colors. Prices cut from $2.98 to $1.98. It'll Pay You to always follow the crowds to The Home of Famous Brands PLANTER'S HARDWArtE CO., Inc. 126 Weet Mftta gt.Phone 515 (BSx^SJ 4 iliiw," 1 f I,'* • J : i'- WARDS NEW CURVE TOP WORK SHOE 7.69 You can bend over without top or ihae Ivjrling your ankles! tealher loics. Size 6 lo 12. 26" DISSTON HAND SAW—8 point, smooth ribbon polished finish—hardwood handle. Correctly balanced for straight line sawing. $4.29. SOCKET SETS—For general use. Especially designed for the professional'mechanic by men that know tools. $7.49 and up. TOOL BOXES— Utility tool boxes—Heavy gauge coid rolled sheet steel. Rust resistant baked on blue ripple finish inside and out. Priced $2.59 and up. CLAW HAMMERS—Drop forged steel. Recommended for men who want quality tools at low cost. 69c. STEEL CASTING RODS — - A fisherman's delight at a real buy during this all store clearance. Formerly priced at $11.95, now at $5.77. GYM SHOE BAGS REDUCED—A nice quality canvas shoe bag. A fine value at only 97c plus Fed. tax. DUCK DECOYS—A fine quality decoy made of cork and cedar. Reduced from $21.95 to PORTABLE WICKLE5S KEROSENE STOVE 6.25 2 burner] .^ . give quick, cttan cooking heat. 2 q:. fuel icrHj. LIGHT F1XTURES- ing fixtures with -One light ceil- a 10" gleaming white shade. Priced at only $3.19. ROOMY SOFA BEDS—A sturdily constructed couch with coil springs. Attractive colors. Priced at only $69.95. TABLE LAMPS—Beautifully styled wood b«e> Low priced for immediate clearance. Each com" plete with shade. Reduced from $15.9$ to $10. ELECTRIC RADIO—Wards Airline—a 6 tube set—white plastic case—push button control. Priced at only $41.50. • STAIR TREADS REDUCED—Prices ,\ slashed because we need space for \ other merchandise. Reduced from 28c to20c. DOOR CHIMES — Smartly designed chimes with simple, classic lines. Priced at only $2.55. BROKE? USE CREDIT ATWARDSI Do you have rhat arler-ChrMmcis lack of cash? Then use Wardi Monthly Poy- menl Flon lo shop now and iav». fay later on convenient iei,.u from incom*! KITCHEN LIGHT ... AT WARDS 2.67 Soow-whit» jlo)i jlwde, «ncir- d«d with iparkling cryital ringi I ; . ^tnoolh porcelain holder. THREE PIECE BEDROOM SETS—Attractive three piece sets witfc bed,, chest, and vanity in light oak aM walnut finish. $154.95. ' STUDENT DESKS—An attractively stykd desk Vith beautiful maple finish. Reduced from $24.50 to $19.95.

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