Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 6, 1952 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 6, 1952
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Planned Program Seen As Challenge; Get Out The Vote Program Arranged 'Good Luck In The Year's Work' .. Believing that (he f u n d a m e n t a l Imlny, Is chnraclrr, HIP Buy Kermis need in America snd !.n the world of America will J n n n c h lln now We Congratulate Boy Scouts of America on their 42nd Anniversary and gladly cooperate with their leaders in stresing value of Merit Badges. One of the great reasons for the Scout Merit Badge Plan is to give the Scout MORE SKILL in the things he likes to do. One of the chief reasons we have built up the GREATEST RECAPPING SERVICE in NORTHWEST ARKANSAS is our greater SKILL IN WOKMANSH1P Tri-County Rccoppcrs 115 S. EAST PHONE 1431 I I l i n c e . year program known HX j "Forward . . On Liberty's Tcnm"! d u r i n g Boy Scout V/eck, February | I! lo 12, the organization's 42nd birthday, The nation's 7115,00(1 a d u l t volunteer Scout leaders i n v o l v i n g | more than 80,000 .Scouting unit.-; | sec the new program as a challenge Hint the youth of America ' may have a v a i l a b l e a program ol j character development ,.o they may I be trained, "on their honor, to do ! their d u t y to God and their duty i lii their country." ! Pointing out that In a lev; years, I America will have n e a r l y 13,000,000 hoys of .Scouting age, Dr. Art h u r A. Schuck, cliicf Stout executive of the Boy Scouts o' America, said In a lloy Scout Week message i t h a t "everyone of them represent,-: i an o p p o r t u n i t y as the/ march from ' youlh lo manhoml." Srnulinjj's challenge nays Ihe chief Seoul Executive, Is t r n l n l n g "our youth In character, in qualities of citizenship and u n s c l l l s h service." "Many Americans," he Kiys, "believe in our a b i l i t y to make the Scout Oatli and T.nw and the .Seoul program v i t a l factors in helping to preserve American Democracy, t h r o u g h men who ore 'physically strong, m e n i a l l y awake and morally Etraight.' " "Today's challenge," he warns "Is fail r u n n i n g out. More hoys must h a v e the best leadership, t h e program and the best In spir- I ideals." I "The f u n d a m e n t a l requirements for the kind of democracy of which 1 i-p-'alc Is character in the i n d i v i d - ual citizen. There is nothing wrong w i t h America t h a t character can- nol change. Thai change can be effected in one generation, w i t h proper character t r a i n i n g for youth." .luh To po' The Boy Kcntils of America, Dr. Sohllck feels lias a great job lo do. lei help develop "a body politic which, hccaiifc of Its character, j w i l l mil be I n d i f f e r e n t lo the responsibility of voting, bill w i l l consider their right to vole as a great privilege, Hint must be i n t e l l i gently exercised, if government of the people is lo prevail." Dr. Kchuck announced Ihiil the nation's.Boy Scouts now n u m b e r Ing more than 2,000,000 hoys and leaders,'will take part In the campaign lo get out the vole In the presidential elections this f a l l . II will bo,.ho said, "a non-parlisan effort, w i t h o u t reference lo any c a n d i d a t e or parly." The Boy Scouts w i l l urge the people of America to exercise Ihc4r franchise and go In the po!l$ nxl vole. They wUI place on the door knobs of over t h i r t y m i l l i o n American homes a cardboard hanger In the form of a Liberty Sell with J)r. David Harncr of Spririgdale, right, who nerved in!951 as district chairman of the Northwest District, shakes hands with Dick Burke of Fayclleville, who'succeeds to that office for 1952. Advantages Of Program For Boys And Adults Pointed Out We Congratulate the BOY SCOUTS of AMERICA on their42ndAnniversary The Boy Scout movement offers excellent preliminary t r a i n i n g so essential to success in any career. Ambitious boys who plan to enter the building and lumber industries will find much valuable i n s t r u c t i o n leading to advancement in these useful occupy 'tions'. Join this great organi/.a- tionj and begin reaping its many advantages. Dyke Lumber Co. #9 St. Charles Phone 2727 Johnnie MeWhorter, field Scout executive, today pointed out that Scouting can do things for both adults and buys. For adults, he snld, Scouting gives a, chance for social contact and cooperation. It gives the joy of being able to .serve others; it helps lo build homes and insliliilions. Jt helps pnrent:. develop character in their boy.s and affords a d e f i n i t e opportunity lo get the right kind of examples for our youlh. II helps ;j(ju!l.s develop t h e i r own powers of leadership, m a constructive, .social cfforl, and definitely develops .skills, hobbles, and abilities. If adults live the ideals of the Seoul OH In and law themselves, Scouting inakro them higher types of citizens--the aim of Scouting, MeWhorter said. Scouting gives boys something useful to do in n way which brings them adventure, fun and romance he asserted. It aids them i n . l i v i n g a useful life today and prepares them for a-better future. It gives them useful .skills and activities and ;fffords thorn stimulation to advance in life objectives by recognizing their efforts. '.'Scouting g\vcs an opportunity for boys to meet the best men in the community and profit by their examples; it gives emphasis on persona! health habits, gives proper physical development. It develops the social side of boys by cpnUicts they have in the pack and troop, and community service; it develops their .spiritual side and gives them aid in developing their life ideate." "Character, in the individual citizen the hopp of our nation, is affected by {he Scout .standard of life, the Scouts' daily good turn, spirilual u p l i f t , and contact with good men." McWhortcr s;iid. the slogqn of the new three-year program, "Forward . . On Liberty's Team" and Ihe injunction for every citizen lo vote. The Scout program Is a great help to the American home, Dr. Schucl: feels. "There is no substitute," he says, "for the character t r a i n i n g of children in a God- worshipping home where family love, honesty of performance, in- t e g r i t y of conduct, honor and unselfishness are laughl and lived." The home, he says, needs supplemental help. "I t h i n k of Cub Scouting as a great supplement reaching into approximately 800,000 homes. I see father, mother and youngster having f u n , having enjoyment, helping the boy, bul ju.n as important, helping to build and m a i n t a i n Ihc American home of character." "Whal is true of Cub Scouting," 1ic added,- "is likewise t r u e of Boy Scouting and Exploring." Many Earn Own Money To Buy Scout Uniforms Cub Scouts wear a cup w i t h n uniform of dark blue color with gold t r i m . Roy Scnuis wear n service cap, colored scarf or neckerchief, k h a k i sbirl, shorts, or long trousers. Local cboice depends upon climate or a c t i v i t y . Explorers wear u n i f o r m s appropriate to t h e i r Hctivilies. All uniforms nrc protected from imnuihnri/ed use by the federal charter granted to j the Bny Scouts of America, ! Scouts buy their u n i f o r m s and i equipment, in most case by earn- i ing the money. The wearing of the j u n i f o r m is not ronuirctl but Ihe [ overwhelming m a j o r i t y of Smuts I r v r n h m l l y acquire t h e i r own for I there is \\ democracy in the wearing of the same u n i f o r m by mcm- i bers of the same u n i t or orgaiii?.ii- | lion. Work For NriRhhorllnrss T h r o u g h (he program of Scouting its leaders are endeavoring to t r a i n American boys to live together in m u t u a l rc.spocl and cooperation, rcpardlc^s of race, color, religious belief or economic level, and to envision a wurld brotherhood n( boys of all nations. Hoys sn (mined will not only grow inln mimhnod determined to be good Americans, hut tn lie gn;id neighbors lei people of till nations. Win Kitclr Scout Rank The cnvctrd Kagle Scout rank in the Hoy Scouts (if America is earned hy nearly 10,000 boys each year, Nigeria, on the f i u l f of Guinea coast of A f r i c a , gained a new cons t i t u t i o n in Ifl.M increasing its degree of self govmiini'iit us a Hrll- l.-;h colony and protectorate. Mill; for the Chicago m a r k e t comes from r u r a l gathering depots .13 tor as 375 miles away, ' Many Units Active There are npw 80,2.10 u n i t s of Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Explorers in the B o y Scouts of America. Salt is essential in t a n n i n g leather, dyeing clothes and m a k i n g plastics. Advertise in the TIMES--It pay*. Tnc Boy Scouts of America have $32,650,000 invested in its camps for the boys of the nation. A school of "soldier* trout will all swim in the sam« direction, at the same speed, each a *tt number of "paces" apart. We Congratulate the Boy Scouts of America on Their 42nd Anniversary We also believe in being prepared to furnish the best Sheet Metal Service in t Northwest Arkansas LET US SERVE YOU ' Fayetteville Sheet Metal Works i.A.MCDONALD L.G.CHRISTIE PHONE 624 115 SOUTH,EAST ST. CONGRATULATIONS BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA Invest in the Boy Scouts of America and guarantee the upholding of our American ideals through the training of our youth in the duties of good citizenship. G.M. (Jerry) Lemarr, Public Accountant INCOME TAX SERVICE Suite 209-211 Phone 724 OZARK THEATRE BUILDING 42 Years SYMBOLS OF ACHIEVEMENT The badges illustrated here-are found on the uniforms of the Boy Scouts of America. They stand for the successful study of Aeronautics, First Aid, Photography, Citizenship and over 100 other projects. Many men who were once Boy Scouts feel their N entirejives were influenced by their Merit Badge work. There are hundreds of doctors, radio engineers, forest rangers, bankers, businessmen and other men whose ambitions.werft first kindled while they were Scouts earning a new badge. On this--the Forty-second Birthday of the Scouts congratulate pll those boys who are -we building towards their future through Merit Badge work. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Fayttteyille

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