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March 13, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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NO«THWI$T AtKANSAS TIMB. riiy.tt.vnie, Art«m«.. Thurwfcy, Morch H, B» HAL BOIL* New York-(fl")-The sex criminal li the moFt rated member of sp- But how can you deal with him? ( Heavy legal penalties do not deter Mm. And In any case, if he explodes in violence, punishing-him won't remove .the horrifying experience from his victim's memory lior restore her to life, where he has killed in lust. · William T. Whalen, retired New York City chief of detectives, believes the answer Is this: '"Anyone involved in any type of texual crime, no matter how minor, should be given a psychiatric examination--or 'bugged, fS we call'it. He should then be forced to take the institutional or clinical care he needs. "Most 'of them aren't o.-dinary criminals.' They have sick minds.' Thirty-three years of dealing with sex'criminal's has convinced the veteran ex-cop that present iystems for handling them arc hopeless, because little :s done to prevent them from '".evelopmg torn minor offenders into major offenders. ·. /V10//«/#W ; The public has little realization liow widespread minor sex offenses are. The two commonest forms are window-peeping and the molestation of women in crowded buses and subways. "We have more police calls about peepers than · anything else," Whalen said. "As to subway mo- Icsters, there are thousands of cases the police never hear about. Women are partly to blame. If lomeone annoys them, all they have to do is slap him in the face ·with their handbag. There are plenty of men about to come to their help." . .Many people regard peepers and molesters as detestable but comparatively harmless thrill-seekers. "They aren't," said W h a 1 en grimly. "They follow a pattern. Most of -those later arrested for major sex crimes have a police record of minor offenses." But at present--in New York-* the minor offenders can only be charged with disorderly conduct, given a small fine or a short time j n jail--"even .thoufih they arc picked up a thousand times." They can't be compelled to take a mental examination. And when one goes on to commit a sex murder he gives police the hardest possible type 1 of crime to solve. .'^There is nd motive for the crime that can be traced from the victim's own background," explained Whalen. "The holdup man .cases his job in advance. The sex murderer usually doesn't. He kills by Impulse." ·Whalen recently served as technical advisor'for-"The Sniper," a Columbia Pictures film marking one of the first efforts by Hollywood to deal with the problem on a sociological basis. It tells the story of a perverted youth who kills several women with a carbine but who, before going beserk, tries vainly to bring his .deteriorating mental condition to the' attention of a young hospital interne, too busy to deal with him."Compulsory psychiatric examinations may show which' offenders »re potentially dangerous and need to be put away--and which can be put back on the right track," said Whalen. "As it is now we have no real barometer to see what can be done with these people." .His advice to women who are suddenly confronted by a violent 'sex criminal is this: ·"Scream. A woman's best defense is a -scream. As a rule, they are easily frightened off and 99 times out of 100 they'll run. ·"But don't fight hack or try to hold on to'a man like that to keep him from 'escaping. Rape or at- tempted'rape carries a long prison Mr. and Mrs.. Wayne Milsap had guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. .van Bass and son of liogers, and Mr.' and Mrs. Harold Milsap and children if Zion. Ely Williams has rclurned- to his home at Pcttigrew after spending a week with his brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCown. Mrs. Ted Hobbs, who has been ill,', has gone to New Orleans, La., where she will visit a sister. Ralph Mayes, whq has been serving in Korta, is spending a 30-day furlough at his home here. Mr. and Mrs: Lee Hull of Goshen were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Howard McCown. Mr. and Mrs. George Skellon and Mrs. Sarah Shackelford of Sprjngdale were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Langley. The Pittsburgh Pirates have a good veteran catching staff--Joe Garagiola, * Ed Fitzgerald and Clyde McCullough. EH** crm and a man will kill to keep !rom that." Fashion Problems Bob Up To Bother Women And Men, Too; Matching Bow Tie Sets For Father And Son Are Among Late Creations By SAM DAWSON New York-yPJ-Thc issue just settled In New Hampshire may be more important to you--but the men's and women's fashion centers here have some issues today to which we respectfully call attention. To wit: 1. The application of industrial engineering to the women's,foundation garment. That is the subject of a meeting here under the auspice's-of .the 'Associated Corset and Brassiere Manufacturers, Inc. The first session topic: "Time study as a management tool for measuring production." 2. The hubbub over bra bars. One school of thought holds that the' shop with the brassiere bar where the customer herself picks out what she wants is doing ber a favor in this busy .world. The other school holds that women shouldn't be asked to buy bras on the.j'un. One irate bra-maker says? '"No woman's figure was made by a machine and it should never be fitted like one." .3. The arrival, along with spring, of pcck-a-boo or eyelet colton as a fabric covering for bra and high- v/aisted girdle. One maker calls it the modern .version of the camisole and says: "It's made to be seen through the sheer nylon and col- lon blouses.". I'rohlemK Face Men But the men have just as knotty fashion problems this "pring. if you believe the makers of suits and accessories. Here sire a couple of Easier parade get-ups shown at the fashion show of the New York Custom Tailors Designers Club: 1. A moh'air-v.'orstcd blend, suit a soft shade of green. The jacket, has narrow fishmouth lapels and a slightly shorter coat length. 2. A one-button, single-breasted gray cashmere jacket worn with a double-breasted vest ol .gray necktie silk, above black and while pin-dot worsted trousers. Alter the Easier parade, says the designer, that outfit would be fiood for attending directors' meetings. There ave other satorial battles under v/ay, Narrow Neckties Noted Makers of the new narrow neckties aic tryini! lo oust the wider sort, which they refer to scorn- f u l l y as bibs. And a Boston lie- maker has nil Easter novelty- matching bow-tie sets for father and son. Long-pnint-colliir shirt-makers insist that ' t h e round-point-collar worn with a pin Isn't driving their product off the counters. I'iut the makers of button-down-collar shirts 1 just smile and say they're the ones who are reaping the sales. Over in the men's suits division, a nation-wide survey by the Clothing Manufacturers Association of Ihc U. S. A., reports a swing to soft fabrics such as tweeds and Most Electrifying Performance in Screen History! BRANDO flannels. They also f i n d lao single- breasted jacket Is gaining over the double-breasted. An;! the two- button model is pushing the three- button coat off the racks--so says the association. Hut /or many a man there .Is good new* in the report t h a t this year clothing makers plan to t u r n out more two-pants suits. These almost disappeared in the East Tor a lime. But this year tin price of worsted fabrivs is lower, so that suit makers can turn out a two-pants suit In a price field that the two-pants addicts cim afford. Advertise In the TIMES-- II put'. KidneySlow-Down May Bring Restless Nights \Ylwn kMnry function itlow* l»wn. min? folks complnln of naEtjrJnK btrkirhc, ht»d- arhri, cllir.lnFii and li« of ftp and energy. Don't »ulT*-r reMlt« nighu with thew di§- cninforU if rcilucfd kidney f u n c t i o n i. *rl- tins yo« i!nwn-diie l(t ttlrli cummim c«uir» a* vtrcfti anil »lr»in, river-exertion nr expo- aurr lo rnM, Minor titaiMrr irrllfttlnn* due to coIJ or wrong illcl mtiy came fvttlni up night* nr frctjiirnl [!·»»» si-a. Don't nriflrcl -ur Mdno'« If lliric Condi- tfonn bother you. Try I)c»n IMIii-K ui'rM diuretic. Uiira iiiecmrully by mlllluni for over GO y»ri. IT* nmnilnic hnw many time* Doan'* R!VC happy relief from flitue tlUrorn- frirli-hdiUht ISrnilrinfl'.ifltitrtiibManiln'U t*ri fluih out wtele. Get lJu»n'n PilU today 1 BARGAIN BASEMENT · Garcrest BATISTE SUPS Play tcck-a-boo with the wind in one of these beautiful Bright White cotton ! i slips. .Full cut, 'four-gore ^ style, luxurloujly trimmed at bodice and hcmllhc. They're cool, comfortable and priced- at juat ll.aB! Sizes 32 to 38. $1 98 *O--~*4r **·**»· »l^+~Ar--«nr-~*r~~nr~~*Ar~~to el) -"Or MUNSINGWEAR'S GRAND SLAM SEAMLESS NYLONS 70c 3 pc. Ash Tray SET A beautiful swirl glass ash tray set. Three graduated sizes and truly a bargain at per set, 29c. · 2nd 29' 2nd Floor · Special Purchase . 89c Plastic Mats Choice of about six colors In a beautiful assortment of plastic placo mats as we have ever offered. A "between season" special brings these to you at only 50c. 50 pr. IS Denier. circular net precious nylon hose in Munsingwear's "Grand Slam" quality (which is the name they put on their carefully selected irregulars). Only a limited amount at this tiny price. Two new spring colors: Cherry Bounce and Cinnamon. All sizes. Buy a box of three pair for $2.00. · Hosiery, lit Floor .1H3 Have You Heard . . . . . About C-B's Grand Tee-Shirts $1.19 to $2.50 Dclieht your little ones this s p r i n g - a n d summer with tubable tec shirts. A big ne-v shipment containing every color imaginable in Ihc i-utest stylus has just been unpacked and waiting for your approval All sure and prices start at SI 19 lo $2.50. Put these serviceable Tee shirts on your kids and let cm i;o. Lazy Susan Four circular dishes and a center piece of b e a u t i f u l potlnry comprise Ihls very popular lazy Susan The rcvovling base is polished wood and each piece of this kitchen helper run be used in many ways. It has made 11 big hit; buy-yours from a new shipment just received in our Chinaware Depl. · 2nd Floor 98 · Children's Wear C-B, 1st Floor -1M3 The Smart Young Crowd All Agree That It's A Treat To Pick Their Pretty Frocks At Campbell-Bell From These LOVE AND MITZI REALTIES Cute dresses that will make your little girls' hearts beat faster.. *'rom Joseph Love and Mitzi come the most beautiful assortment of lovely spring and summer dresses C-B Children's Department hu ever had to offer. Bring your little girls and look these beauties over. Washable piques, broadcloths, chambrays, dotted Swisses and other desirable materials in every "little girl" color. Sprinkled with dainty laces, eyelet embroidery, ric rac and ribbon. Sizes 1 through 14 and priced from $1.98 to $7.98 «Chjldren'i Wear, lit Floor EH«r--·*· **· "*· · Over 50 Pieces, $2.98, $3,98 $4.98, $5.98, $6.98 SLIPS On Sale at Nice Reductions! Reg. $2.98 $3.50 Reg. $4.98 ' $5.98 $ Here's n chance to save and still have Barblzon's famous "Body Contour" styling that insures perfect f i t ! Most . · C-B, 1st Floor Henson's Tricot Knit Rayon Jersey Brief Truly · beautiful brief m»rte In H«n«on'« f i n e m»nncr Insuring real fit ind exceptional quality. Priced In keeping with its value nnd beauty. · C-B, 1st Floor Extra Inrgc sizes In the above slip, without eyelet trim nl hrmllnc. tfl (Q Sizes 40 to 52. SPWO Two stylos of cool, feminine half slips, with ciasticized waist and generous trim at hemline. Qovcral sizes. $1.59 and $1.69 · Lorraine Undies YQU all know and tike the wtcll-made · lingerie of Lorraine. Stock ; up now while otic supply is complete at the special : prkjcs mentioned below: Gowns .... $1.95 Slips. 1.95 Panties ... .89 Pajamas .. 2.95 · Basement Department · Here's A Rare Opportunity to , Save ALL-WQOL SLITS ·At Least $29,95yblaes 18 This group of beautiful tuita Is lob much of « bargain for you to pass up! High jity!«l, meticulously tailored suits In all wool worsted gabardine that will play a big part in the Spring Parade. Regular ·nd half-«lzes. · Basement · Seersucker Housecoat Your choice-uf a wraparound or zipper style in' cheerful seersucker patterns by .Paintsct. Washable,, well-made and Just the housecoat for comfortable" wear this spring and summer. Sizes 14 to 44 This little Topper At Only SO 50 of Rayon KlaUcring*spring shades of solid colors In 'this full-cut, stylish topper that will be perftct for spring ind early »ummer wear Sizes 10 to 18. · Basement and dozens and dozens of all wool f TOPPERS IS. 95 Chcck«, novelty wenvM ind xolM.i Is the itory behind lh«»t stylish, all wool topper*. Bc«u- llful colon, In i well-mid, coat that will escort you Ihrnuih nil the fpilm activities. See this group »ml you'll mrcc. · Basement

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