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*mission, which with thy" direction of "In intes to give every m :.t's Case lir. Wood favors serner criminal ! mission during the past few years,
the governor, doles out pardons and1 the most careful study and will re-, ha- s, espe illy for the "repeat" of- Mr. Wood feels, is harsh. He point~
paroles, will be disregarded during the uire the full examination reotri end .Te laumle law in New York,1 out that under the parole laws -a
t a ~~ rl-IrI consideration of appeas, 'Mr. Wood by law. Until the expiration of the 'v~ t .ictrquires th pasig of a life cri inal comes up automatically for
rH U UL hI IL Isays. j recommnended maximum sentence, o ' 5ntonrce in eases 'where the offender, parole at the end of his minimum or
DO Ni DEPARTMI"'Only those ases which under the in cases without recomendaijui at <'>:.cs un for the fourth time on recommended sentence and if he car'
i ~strict irterpretation of the p~'role the end of the minimum : entene no :rc inal cha rges, h cites as a good ries a good conduct record from tie
1 'osiiin As(Coninisioner of Proles~ laws' are entitled to consideration be- man will be recommended for p?,aole lae and ;g,sts. its adoption in this; prison there is hardly any alterna
t And 11ardonsis EntHirusted To fore the board will be considered,"l except ander extraordinary ci an' ut.Itie but to parole him. lie'feels tht
Forner Newpaer Man he says. "One man's case will be stance." . Raler general criticism of the cor- that public does not correctly under
given the same careful consieration-t
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(By Associated press) fluences are brought to bear."
LANSING~, Jan. 2. -The important The new commissioner has baei1 .
state department office of commission- and is still checking the ork of the HTE
ministration of Gov. Alex J. Groes- crowded upon the necessity of acquaintTE
t beck, has been entrusted'to the mana- ing himself with the duties evolved !
)ement of Arthur D. Wood, of Munis- upon the man who make weekly viits .
iing. The former newspaper man to te state prisons and considers the OIO L
0.'tkesove hi dutes iththean-hundreds of cases which come before
1nonceinent that the statute books will' him for recommendation.2
1be, his gidle in the administration of "But the public must know it i
' the commission's tasks. welcome here and any information a
Ap'IdYi Crowvded prisons, a sentimentally this office can offer is available at all FUi t,
nclined citizenry, scheming attorneys times. I shall plan to be in my officea
Miad by pris'on inma tes, and other in- three days a week, at least, and everyI
ucuces which ].ave in the past been communication or order which goes - T EGAE MN
brought to bear on the one-man cor- out will bear my name. mff l!41z
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For your special junior Hop meals and' other special-
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f sand parole and pardon powers and Mr. Wood cltWs :these figures as indica-
that it believes criminals are treated! tive of the task he has to keep his
too oftl at imes records clear and to administer his
. to sofly a tims. '"one-man" commission with Justice
Of the 5,442 prisoners in the four!
to all who come before It.
fstate institutions in January, 1,436
were sentenced during the past .year. Subscribe for the Michigan Daijy.
After- shaving comfort
H OW do you fit your -newly-shaven
face for the rigors of an academic
day? Some men just wash off the flather.
wth water. Others in growing numbers use
Aqua Velva, Williams new scientific after.-
shaving liquid. It helps the skin retain its
needed natural moisture--keeps the com-
fort of a Williams shave all day long.' Big
S-ounce bottles, ,roc.
iam~q a V Iva
If you're all
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MAYBE y ou'v c sailed the > ven sea s search-
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youI e tried oceans of tobacco without
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but don't give .T tlxe ship. Plenty pipel-
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just" shoot an s. o. s. to 0-. R. C... for
Granger Rough Out is a life-saver to pipes*
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Then jot this "down in the .old" log:
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.And don't wai ;till your ship comes in~
to take on a cargo cf Gralger. The pocket -
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in foil (instead of costly tins) this quality
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Here a truly unusual picture
1bhat has pathos, humor, intrigue,
roxiaie-everythingg! Miss it
wti~t you'll miss one of the most
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Also a ItI. C. Witw er ('4IIued- News--frclle~tr a
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