The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1946 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 13, 1946
Page 10
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BLTTHEVILLg (ARK.) COUBIER* KKWB Juvenile Crime Remedy Sought I 'Hope' is the Answer, i According to Famed [Warden tit Sing Sing ALBANY, N. Y. (UPj-Lewis B. Lawes, former warden oi New York State's famous Sing Sing Prison. h(* a one-word answer to the problems of curbing Juvenile dclln- qujency and rehabilitating criminals. "Hope' 'is Lawes 1 word. J'Olve a man hope and you won't h#re a criminal. By the same token; give n boy hope and you! won't have the makings ol a criin- in&l." he believes. ''Of course ,11's up to Us In the community to help," Lawes told businessmen and social workers here. "If we had less competition aui more.-'co-operation among our m*&u agencies, we'd have less ju-! vciTtie delinquency." j frne ex-warden likes- to point to' the thousands of prisoners and parolees who turned out. n "tre- •«*rndous" amount of war -pruditr-ts, and the 150.000 prisoners who ~~i combat service. Incentive In War-Tlmc •^Thfse men had an Incentive in war—patriotism, Qlve the prisoner something worthwhile to do in psace, and rehabilitation follows. As! f<* Juvenile delinquency, the snmr- principle applies. If a boy hns' something worthwhile, and something he enjoys doing, he won't oc »*• (rouble." Lawes said . •Lawes credits his own successful career to never losing "faith in man." Even at the most trying moments, t^«»ald. ''some good trait eventually showed UD that restored my faith in humanity? 1 •iawes tells, of one tough killer, who screamed vengeance to the very end. but Sho "cried like a baby when a pet robin he was feeding crumbs failed to show UD on the cell window one flay." ;DuIrng more than a score or ye_ars as warden of Sing sing Lawes witnessed ISO executions' (•Most of them walked the last m i* e Jl? htp he . sald - "Quietly, with, ^bitterness and with a faith in Jp. But they Democrats, GOP ID Thorough Accord for Once •WASHINGTON. Dec, 13.' <UP)_ S f.™ US ?» P05tw4r E »"omlc Pol•<3 Committee said today there will '* 10 " ° r " "««tai m »"a8ement work to- Wilh serious mien, Bernard M. Baruch addresses UN Atomic Energy Commission at Luke Success, N. Y., warning ngainst delay in outlawing atomic warfare. Ho urged :><loi;lion ol his plan for. control of atomic energy. getlier for hlEii production. Wltli buying power uncl demand at record peaks, -there Is nolhing wrong with the country that hard work and resultant Protection will not cure," the committee's 10 Democrats and seven Republicans said In a final and unanimous report to Congress. "Loose talk of depressions and recessions is unjustified nnd serves no good purpose," the report said. NOW yon can buy... REPAIRS and ACCESSORIES —" °" 6HBDJ1M LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. Army and Navy Round Up List of Missing Men MANILA, 1X-C. 1J. (UP)--Plying squads of American military police mid Philippine civil authorities scoured the Manila area today In a concerted effort to round up an estimated 300 to 90D AWOjj IT. H. Army nnd Navy personnel believed loose In the city. Of/leers and enlisted men alike were restricted lo their company areas. Roadblocks were thrown up on highways leading out of the city. Special passes were required tq enter or leave Manila by any means. Col. Ernest A. Kindervater, St. Ixnils. Mo., Manila provost marshal, directed tile roundup. Officials said the drive was expected lo net the majority of "undesirable military personnel now V»sc In the city." Municipal nuilicnliles in 14 outly- inc communities were cooperating. Scholarships Provided MEMPHIS, Tcrni., Dec. 13. (UP) —An $8.000 scholarship to be known ns the "Josee Mlllsaps Pitzlnigh Scholarship Fund" |,ns been established at Southwestern University by the Josephine Circle, n so- I'inl welfare oryiinl/ation of women .11 was announced today. Four Men Enlist In Army ond Go To Camp in Texas Tlie enlistment of three Blythe- viile men <md the re-enlistment ol a Luxora man in the Regular Army was announced today by Staff Sertjl, noii C. seal, of the recruit- Ing office here. diaries p. Frailer of Luxors, formerly a staff sergeant In lh« Army Air Forces, re-enllsted in that branch. Mr. Fra?.Icr served for •a months in the China-Burma- India theater nnd has eight years nnd seven months of previous Army service. He w ll| K o to Fprt Sam Houston, Texas, for assignment Joel C. York, s on of Mr. and Mrs. Austin G. York, and William t. Ncff, nephew o[ Jess H. M Allen, both of HI. 1, Blythcvlllc 'have enlisted for three-year periods In Radio Service ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. i. W. Adams, Mjr. Phone 2611 ZG«-08 w. Main Phone 2882 to» A Taxi O. K. CAB FEET feel better with better resoles and heels. We use famous NEOLITE heels for a better step, better balance, BETTER FEET HALTERS QUALITY SHOE SHOP 121 W. Mnin St. KEROSENE AND FUEL OIL Call "The Old Reliable" Your Source cif eptmhitile Service 2089 Your Source of Dependable Service G. O. POETZ MAGNOLIA PRODUCTS Milkfor Blytheville Within the next few days we will start deliveries of milk to stores, restaurants and homes in Blytheville. With the supply of good quality milk still limited it will not be possible to serve everyone at the start, but within the first few months we feel that we should be in position to meet the full requirements of this city. The milk wilf be bottled at our Memphis plant and transported overnight to Blytheville for distribution here. If our plans materialize and there is sufficient demand, we intend to erect a now model milk bottling plant here. We are already openting plants at Dycrsburg, Union City and Clarksdale and feel that the City of Blytheville offers an excellent spot in which to add still another plant to our small group. Meadowbrook products are well known in this area, it having been our pleasure to setl the BlythevMfe Air Base over a million bottles of milk during the war. It was the only milk ever offered the Base which would meet the Army's rigid requirements for purity and richness. We are justly proud of our record of having served more Army and Navy installations than all the other mitk operator, put together in the entire Mid-South area. We have been shown every consideration by the Chamber of Commerce and city officials who have been working with us for the past several weeks in mak- mg the arrangements to start a regular milk service here and we deeply appreciate the assistance given. Please remember — we can't serve everyone at the start - but we'll serve you just as fast as we can. MEMPHIS — DYERSBURG - UNION CITY — CLARKSDALE Walter Thomas Hale, son of Howard M. Hale of. Ht. 1, Ulythe- vjlh'i has enlisted for a period of 18 months. All three men are en route lo Port sain Houston, Texas, for processing and assignment. Civilized man I 3 (he worst offender of all animals In the world In the matter of kllllii(j for sport. , _ FRIDAY. DECEMBER 13. 10 ip runs close IF YOU NEED— Walk In Boxes Dry Coolers Ice Cream Boxes or Any Heavy Refrigerator/ for Immediate Delivery CALL Stecle 17F22 DIXIELAND SERVICE Kl.f.IS VOOI.E, Owner & MIT. Highway 61 North at HOLLAND, MO* Need Accessories Mister? Whatever your need, brln* your ear to KlieUon Motor Company. We usually have jus! the thing you need, urn! at u tr . jn-ic-c you'll ward lo pay! Drop in today If ihr-rc'.s something you need for your <;ir . . . we'll do our test In liflp you. Make it a Christmas Gift... he'll like it! ' l' lcks and shovels sold for $10 eacS SHE MOTOR COMPANY 119 W. Ash Phorie 438-2156 Santa Says: They All Want TOYS for Christmas! |ijR|ipp , \ : , j And Southern Auto Has Them in Quantity! J Clk • W. m^m. A_X-k.l_B__l«iS ^_ New Shipment Metal Wagons Good Quality Footballs Chemistry Sets Doll Houses All Metal Trucks and Trailers Beginner's Roller Skates Rubber Tractors and Tires Loony-Loco Trains Sky Ranger Toy Electric Motor Assembly Kits ABC Blocks Checkerboard and Checkers Kiddy Cars Aluminum Dish Sets for Kiddies Microscope Sets Juvenile Chair & Tabte Sets Model Sand Digger Junior Construction Set Prairie Rambler Cowboy Suit $8 $16.95 $3.50 .95 to $12.95 $2.39 49c $2.98 19c to 29c $3.25 $2.29 $5.95 98c , ... $1-10 '• $4.50 $2.25 $5.95 $12.95 $9.95 $1.98 $1.98 Tricycles, all metal Wagons (all metal except bed) All Metal Scooters Wood Burning Sets Tractor and Wagon Set AIIMetol Milk Cart Sewing Machines Model Dump Trucks, sturdy, built Dresser Sets, 3 piece ' Doll Hi Chairs Dump Carts, 3 wheel $7.95 $16.95 $3.25 $1.93 $6.95 $3.29 $2.95 $12.95 39c to $1.39 $3.95 to $5.95 $2.29 SOUTHERN SPECIALS! Teddy Bears & Stuffed Animals $2 85 Doctor Kits $1-3 9 $] ' 69 Jet Craft Speed Boats 9g c Bugles, metal 69c Toy D rums $1.10 to $1.59 ^. ds _ • , $4.75 to $7.95 Chinese Checkers 9g c Blackboards $3^5 to $3.95 Scores of other toys to select from. Leather Jackets (for men 53-Piece China Set '.'.'.'.'..'.'. Auto Seat Covers Complete $9 95 to Sealbeam Lights, all makes and models $6 95 to Leatherette & Top Material (for autos) all colors Electric Heaters jj]2 95 to Electric Irons, Guaranteed 1 year $23.50 $28.75 $31.95 $10.95 $15.95 $9.95 All Lay-Away Merchandise Must Be Redeemed By December ISth S o u tb e r tr An to Stores in i\< each evening at 7:15, Monday through .Saturday

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