Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 18, 1957 · Page 13
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September 18, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 13

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Wednesday, September 18, 1957
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Urges Boys Camps at Military Establishments By JAMES DEVLIN ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AV-The American Legion today studied a proposal by Gen. Mark Clark that a summer camp for boys be set up in every military establishment in the nation to help prevent juvenile delinquency. Clark was applauded at a Legion national convention dinner Tuesday night when he said he would make the proposal to President Eisenhower if the idea found support. Clark, former United Nations commander in Korea, said he had conducted such a camp this summer at The Citadel, the Charleston, S.C., military college of which he is president. He, said the Citadel camp, besides providing recreation and a sense of discipline, taught character and love of God and country. If, at the end of camp, the boys were given pins denoting them as junior defenders of the country, he said, they would go out to prevent trouble instead of to cause it. Clark did not spejl; out details of the proposal except to say the boys would not wear uniforms and that the cost would be about "two dollars per day per lad." He estimated that hundreds of thousands of boys could be accommodated if the facilities were mad? available. At the Citadel camp, he said, the boys studied the Constitution and the Bill of Rights and learned "What made our country great." "S*i p p o r t the Constitution," Clark said at one point. "I feel sad when I read about people who want to change the intent and meaning of the Constitution." He did not elaborate. The 40 and 8, the Legion's fun- making branch, held its annual parade Tuesday night on Atlantic Avenue, paralleling the Boardwalk, before a crowd estimated by police at up to 200,000 persons. 14 Time* Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1957 Eddie Hoidsworths Of Westside Visit fVi Greeley, Colorado WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Holdsworth left Wednesday for ! Greeley, Colo., where they will ' visit in the home of Mrs. Holdsworth's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sorenson. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Irlbeck and family of Westside visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luvern Steinkamp and family Friday evening. It was Debbie 's first birthday. " Mr. and Mrs. H^nry Kroeger;, and granddaughters, W e n d y, i | Rhonda and LuAnn, accompanied, by Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kroeger of, Vail, spent Sunday in the home of J Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hargens and family of Atlantic. [ Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Martin' Dobler of Albuquerque, N. M.,! and Mrs. Alice Fleming visited | relatives in DeWitt and other eastern towns. They visited in the Sophie Dobler and Ray Dobler homes at DeWitt and with the Cornish families at Delmar and Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder and family attended a housewarming in the newly purchased home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schroeder and family of Manning. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Podey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Christiansen, Deloit; Mr. and Mrs. John Whited and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whited and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Rowedder and family, Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Don Roecker and' Sandra, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Herb Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Jones, Kiron; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hinze and Mrs. L i 1 li a n Mohr, Manning. ^ , At EDDIE Car Goats Suburban Coats Campus Coats Wind Cheaters EVERYBODY'S WEARING THEM . . . short warm and good looking, and so convenient to wear in the car, to church, to football games . . . everywhere you go they give you style and good looks. And of course, here at Eddie Quinn's you'll find hundreds of them ... all sizes ... for men of all ages . . . good looking tweeds . . . soft fleeces . . . even cashmeres and nylons. They're the coat of the year, and of course they're leading the style parade. 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