The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 7, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 7, 1947
Page 7
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FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1047 Teacher Strikes Bring Criticism Administrators of American Schools Fear Reaction ATLANTIC CITy, N. J.. March 7. (UP)—The American Association of School Administrators yesterday warned that teachers' strikes will , "react ultimately to the detriment of. teaching as a profession." Adopting a report of its resolu- i*>n committee, the association at VS annual convention, disapproved the use of strikes to secure the i ights of professional workers. "We deplore the existence of conditions which have caused teachers In a few communities to resort to tlic strike method as a final >-c- courso," the resolution stated. 'All efforts for improvement, to retain community support, must be on n professional level through representatives democratically selected with recognition that the educational interests of the pupil are nar- iunoiiDt." The association passed a resolution rocoinineiKlini: a basic minimum annual salary of 52,400 for professionally trained teachers and maximum salaries or $5.000 or better for "professionally-growing" teachers. Oilier resolutions npuroved called for federal aid in the general school program "without federal control " with Aincls to be channeled through the U.- S. OHicc of Education aiid the state departments of public" instruction. Earlier, Sen. Robert A. Taft R O., told the group that teaclWs 1 ' salancs should be Increased more waT 5 °. " Cr C011t ° V<! '' thei1 ' pre Ohio Senators *May Split Vote On Lilienthal WASHINGTON. March 7. (UP) -Ohio's two KcpublL-a-.i senators belli prominent figures in the : OOP, may be on opposite sides in the Senate vote on Davicle E Lihenthal's appointment to head the Atomic Energy Commission Sen. John w. Brickcr, the OOP's vice presidential candidate, scoffed at charges that Lilieuthal had tolerated Communist activities in the Tennessee Valley Authority while lie was TVA chairman. He said h c had not yet made up his mind whether to vutc for Lilienthal but that in any case tile charges of Comrouni&n would have no bearing on .bis dccisicm. Brickcr's colleague. Sen. Robert A. • Taft." • has come out strongly against Ijticnlhal O n grounds that he is"too soft" toward Car.irmin- ism and Russia. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Fire Drama Judge's Pension Bi I (-Recalled After Passage LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Mar. 7. — (UP) -Th e House of Representatives yestmlny rc.seinded it-s nctldn Wednesday which passed a bill lowering requirements under which circuit and chancery judges become eligible for pensions. Rep. w. L. Ward of Lee County movert that yesterday's action he expunged from the record. He charged that the bill was pushed through by its author, Rep. Dick Wright of Clark County, with most of the House members haying no knowledge of its contents. ncp. L. II. Chastuin of subas- tain county attempted t o prevent today's action on (he grounds that ATTENTION VETERANS! If you served overseas, you should join the V.F.W. now! Meetings every-Wednesday night, 7:30 at the Wctcnkamp Cotton Office. Bring a veteran with you. VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Farris McCalla, Commander Radio Clinic 430 W. Ash St. Phone 855 or 2294 WE UP and DELIVER! We Sell Comfort to Sore Feet * New Soles * New Heels for old HALTERS QUALITY SHOE SHOP 121 W. M*tn St. 36 Murders Daily in U. S. During 1946 WASHINGTON, Mnrch 7. CUI') --Murder wus commuted on nil u-enige or M limes n day last your os major crime in I hi- U. S. rencli- il mi nil-lime high. i FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover rq- iovted that (here wus n nnUor ''"we every 81.7 seconds nn<t Hurt mircler, mnnsliuiKhU'r, n>pc ov mndeiions ut-saull wus committed svcry 5.7 rniinitcs. In nil. Hoover siild, llieve were ,(i85.'203 mnjor crimes committed n tills country Inst ycur. mi Increase or )1U,OG2, or 7.0 per cent, over 1945. And thLs did not lake ti'o accaunl siicli crimes n.s eitv- jezzlemeiU, fraud, ursou, reeclvlmr tjlcn property mid carrying cou- ju flames, pleads frantically entering (lie ter. Later Bcmis discovered 1 the crowd. The Cliicngo room ng house fire clnimixl people, critically injuring six others. (NEA Tek-pliolo.) tl)e lives of tour Wright was absent from the chamber. The bill also would reduce the amount o[ the pension from • >>'. to 1-3 of _lhc judges' salaries. Many Paroles Granted TATTLE ROCK, Ark., Mar. 7. — (UP)—The Arkansas Board of Pardons, parole* and probations granted 318 paroles in lo4!i, its annual report revealed today. It showed that the board also recommended 38!) pardons, US fur- loughs and seven coininiiliillmis of :cntcnce during the year, otlior ictlon included revoking seven tur- ouglis and making 1,117 invcstlgn- ions. Read Courier News Want Ads. DON'T WAIT! >1 .season Hems now, while they are may be out when y(> ii need (hem. * Lawn Mowers * Attic Fans " X' 1 Caters * Screen AVire Cotton Clioppin Hoes Outside White Paint Rubber Lawn Hose * Linseed Oil PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., Inc. 126 West Main St. FROZEN ROODS Lockers for Rent — Meat Curing _ Groceries — Meats — Vegetables _ Wilson Pasteurized Milk _ Birdsoye Frozen Products We Deliver Telephone 2602 Main ;d 21st Slrce , COMPUTEWHEEL ALIGNMENT S||¥1CJ I Did you know that if one of your wheels is as little as one- eighth inch out oi line, your tiro is dragged sideways approximately 85 feet in every mile? It is easy to see from this fact, hovr much unnecessary wear your tires receive if your wheels £re put p! line. Faulty Vfheel alignment, like feulty brakes, also makes drivin y hazardous. Play safe—drive in today and let us check your' wheel alignment with our! Benneti-Feragen Chaasis An-j alyzer. In a matter of minutesi we can give you accurate, visual! proof of the exact alignment' 1 condition of your wheels. If' correction is necessary, we can! put your wheels in perfect' alignment quickly and at • surprisingly low cost I BLYTHEVSLLE MOTOR CO. 219 So. 2nd. Phone 422 •oulccl weapons, M tli,. ae-jjcr-day rfi | C , ,1 (oiui ul 8.143 persons were nimileivd or ''lulu wltlioul preincdlliitlon. Tills »"* :ni Im-rcnsc or per cent •"w 10ir>. Hope wu8 committed 33 ii'iu's n ciny rur n (ouu or ia,in — mi Innense or 5.0 per cent over Child's Colds TRY MANHATTAN .FINER Vacuum Packed COFFEE Can Ib 50c AMERICAN LADY CANNED FOODS Found at PICKARD'S Phono 20i:i 10-U Chickasuwlja PAGE 8EVJBM Mm Misery -Rub on time-Tested VICKS W VAPORUB C'urry « Load Tlicrc lire 108,202 miles of urban transit routes In the United Slnlcs, over which 89.240 uNuwnyH, slreel cars and bun's are operated. Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any SlH T. L MABRY 423 MISSOURI BT. to. Kil The New HIGGINS BOATS A Complete Boat Line OUTBOARDS AND RUNABOUTS See J. C. ELLIS, Jr. ' Dealer Barficld Farm Blythcville, Ark. Smoke BERTENE GARCIA CIGARS Sold by WILS DAVIS Jr. REPRESENTING V. F. BOTTO & CO. 115 Adams Avc. Cigars La Saolas Lord Lttmk-nstvr liowmans licit one Garcia IlanU Noli; A & 15 Queens WHOLESALE , Cigarettes Chewing Toliitcw Snuff Smokeis Accessories Memphis, Tcnn. Candy f>c & 10c Hnrs Hulk Candy [Junto Michoice Chase Hi Trent Showboat & Hcd Foil I'ktfs. HOW TO FLY A KITE FLY KIT E$ AWAY FROM ELECTRIC WIRES DO USE DRY COTTON STRII6 « DON'T CLIMB POLES TO RECOVER KIT& • '[' DON'T USE METAL or WIRE ON KITES BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL. CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE -NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION B. J. COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLD6, BLYTHEVILLE ARK. • Phone 364-6 awl2525 CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS We ore Dealers for It In«nw op to W InobM THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. 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