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en a flat
get bill whieh ha says will give thk
increase bat which leaden of the
North Casetiaa Education Associa
tion claim will fell short of the de
sired figure by
Opponents ef the move to
tee an increase of SO i
than appropriate a sun wtoek
or may not be sufficient to
this goal, have stated that to do so
would "break piuuMuiiC and take
away from the State Board of Edu
cation its long-exercised light to set
the salary scale for fathom. If there
is a more valid reason for 1 sterling
the proposed legislation, people of
North Canolina are entitled to know
it bnt progressive cltisens will pot
little faith in the excuse that its de
feat stemmed primarily from its
"precedent breaking" feature.
Loyal, progressive Democrats, who
comprise a majority of this State's
three and one-half million people,
have every reason to be proud of
their record in furthering the cause
of education sinee the torn pf the
century, but this reeord wee based
on straight-dorwafdMMb not oa
failure to meet issues and feee them
ONE BRIGHT FACT IN R & L
Bad though it was, the report of
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Director J. Edgar Hoover that crime
increased 7.8 per cent last year con
tains one encouraging feet ahd a
glimmer of lume that future yean
may show crime on the down-grade.
The one bright spot in the otherwise
disheartening and tragic report is
this: the head of this nation's sleuth
system reported a decrease of 1&8
per cent in the number of women
arrested in 1M8 as compared with
1945. ? >
Mr. Hoover offered no explanation
for this trend. It may be thpi the
return of men from the way is bal
ing a beneficial effect and the women
are less hesitant about over-stepping
bounds; or it may be that they are
exercising their well-known
tive of changing their mind r
they wish, and have finally
a conclusion that crime lent at all
fedy-inm. . ?.TL&iJlIPlJaf
Whatever the cause, everyone con
cerned with the future of our coun
true that the "hand
cradle rules tlie world."
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is a poor place to
mothers to learn the
art and we know tfai
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