The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 27, 1946 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 27, 1946
Page 11
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THURSDAY, JUNK 27, 1946 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Out of the Wild Blue Yonder A faille, Wash., boat builder li.ns (lie bright ide^i of convcrlinp snrpUis Navy seaplanes into pleasure cruisers nnd is now busy re modeling two war-weary PHY's, one of which is picti -e<l i.iovc Ihe tail assembly will be replaced by a convent innl Ira a keel ndclcd for stability and interior bulklicn cabin space and headroom. Marine engines 'Caste System' In Army Revised , f Secretary of War .A Sanctions Changes Based on Gl Gripes. WASHINGTON. June '21. (Ul'l — Secretary or War Patterson lias abolished ninny .social barriers uc- twccn army officers ami enlist<xt personnel in a 12-polnt program I designed to placale GI Brlpes. In a 2,SCO-word report on rco- I onnnendnlions made to him by a special "Ciistc system" investl[;iil- Ing board, Patterson admitted trial certain army practices "ncetl cor- reclion in the interest of fostering the diijnity and decency of the I individual." The Board, composed of enlisted men ami officers, was headed by Lt. Gen. James Doolilile. Patterson | approved 12 to 14 charges in army social and military procedures recommended by the hoard. Patterson struck from the Army officir's field manual n requirement tliiil officers near ilis- tinrtive uniforms, live apart from their men in garrison and "con- line their social contacts fn r ther officers." F'attcrson added, however, that "common smsc" .should that liis action did not mean flic abolition of all off-duty restraint upon social association of officers and enlisted men. Salute Order Modified Reijpmmendations approved )}y Patterson will: 1. Abolish the hand salute o:f nrmy installations. The hand salute will be rendered on ceremonial occasions, in occupied territory and as an official greeting in line of duty, he said. 2. Allow till military personnel when off duty to pursue normal cjijl patterns comparable "to our rlejji"cratic way of life." .'!. Improve leadership in the nrmv through careful .selection of officers and their education in personnel mannjjemcnt. 4. Provide military personnel -vith a Krenter sense of security and responsibility. The base pay raises "enlisted men" in favor of "sol- authcrized by COIIRICSS yesterday tilers," HC noted that there is n "will help take care of this." l:c "dignity" regarding both terms. said. Changes in allowance, lor . food, qun^lcrs nnd travel are being The average age of motor trucks studied, he ariclid. in this country is roughly eight 5. Giant enlisted men nccum- years. Farmers own the oldest iilatcd leave for terminal 1 leave pay purposes on the same basis now provided for officers, ences to "officers and their ladies" fi. Abolish discriminatory rcfer- nnd "enlisted men nnd their wives." 1. Grant cniiality o f enlisted men Vu'l'o 'TIKI an< ' officers before military aourt.s. rattcrson said this has always been in effect. 8. Make it more difficult for high ranking officers to get decorations. To Prevent Abuses 9. Write regulations and instruc- lions so they will not permit abuse of authority. This can be attained belter through a properly trained officers corps, Patterson noted. 10. Encourage close association between army officers, their men and civilians. 11. Provide for a continuing study of officer-enlisted relationships. 12. Eliminate the provisions in the officer's field manual provirtin;; for distinctive uniforms, separate garrison living quarters and absence of social contacts between officers and men. One recommendation turned do'.vn by thp War Secretary would have dropped the terms "officers" and trucks, whic Of avcrap 40 pe from 1035 or earlle remo vill be ANNOUNCEMENT! MR. LEO P. STEPHENS and MR. BEN. D. HAMMER Are Now Associated with RUSSELL E. RIALES and will Specialize in the Sale of City Property and Businesses Bolh of these men have been engaged in Sales ..;.; . Activities in this, section for a number of years and need rn further introduction to the Y^plc " ^T" >-. . niythcville ami Mississippi County. They arc wail- ins to Serve YOU. If You Want a Better Deal List or Business with Your Property THE RIALES LAND CO. Phone 3322 HALE BLDG. Opp. City Hall Roseland Service Station Sr^ND^RD 0/L PRODUCTS OPEN SUNDAY — GAS 20c Gcorse Davis, Manager Hi way IS West CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales Studcbaker Service WE BUY AND .SELL GOOD USED CARS Lex Chamblin Bill Chamblin Phone 2195 Railroad & Ash Sta. FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. • <fihone 3646 a*<£2S25\ sojn slcin, lo Hive Murder Suspect Is Questioned In Baxter County MOUNTAIN HOME. Ark., June 27. (UP)—Unxler County officials •• questioning 01-year-old Leon A. Morrow here today In connec- 011 with (he disappearance of his vlfe last June U. was returned to Mountain Ionic from Deculur, 111., by Shnr- fl Krnlf Gentry o[ Baxter county. He faced first decree murder clmr- alter officers toiitul what I hey ccnehiilcd wei'e bits of human bone Mrrrow dwelling here. Neighbors of the coviple reported that Mrs. Merroiv was last seen June 9 on the way to their nuidcn. N«xt day. Mrrrow allenedly told friends that his wife hud left him, xml four days Inter he left for ls former home In Illinois, where e filed suit for divorce. Deputy prosecuting attorney Er- nlc Wrlcht siilcl here today thin progress In questioning Mrrrow hud been slow, nnd that tile niiin had ndmltled iiolhlni; except that he burned (he brush pile ut thu real of his home. A survey shows (hat 0 out of 1() In the United stntes steel to nlumlmim as material 'fi\ passenger car bodies and framo.- in an ash pile in Die rear of the ni-cordlni; to Iron ABC over 15 years cent dating Read Conrirr News Want Ads. Miss Minnie Lee Jones Summer Classes in Piano Opening Monday, July 7, 1946 807 Chickasawba Phone 2994 A Irudllkon-.sma.shlni; new home till combines household liunllu'j, ilumblni;, electrical balli, kitchen ud laundry clcmcnU Into n Builder, OhlcRKO. On one »ide »ll kitchen fixtures will be attached; on another comp?^te laundry facll* Illes; and on the third tide are will be hooked up. iiechanlcal ion', claims 1' bathroom fixtures, and Tiie principle of jet propulsion (iccMsorlc) clfnt Greece, over 2000 years sen. L€TS MAKE A DATE! Call in up soon, and let's set a day for overhauling your traclor and other farm equipment. Waiting 'til the lust minute ii mighty dangerou* business (hat might lead Co delay*! Now's the 'time to get your name on Wlf tdvince •crvice schedule. McCORMICK PARTS DEERING MACHINES AND SERVICE ~ n DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blyfh.vilU, Ark. Phone 2001 We Deliver Always Better Values at Quality Merchandise HAYS STORE 200 E. Main Blytheville, Ark. Courteous Service WAYNE FEEDS Wayne Chicken Starter .... 100 IDS. $5.25 Wayne Growing Mash . . . Wayne Egg Mash .... Wayne Pig and Sow Meal . . Wayne 35% Hog Supplement . Wayne 32% Dairy Feed, . . Wayne 16% Dairy Feed . . , 100 Ibs. 4.75 100 Ibs. 4.75 100 Ibs. 4.75 100 Ibs. 4.75 100 Ibs. 4.25 100 Ibs. 4.05 Mill Run Bran 100 Ibs. 3.! EVAPORATED FRUIT 25 1^ sack -1,40 50 IB: sack-2.75 PRUNES Ib. 16c PEACHES Ib. 35c RAISINS 2 Ib. pkg. 31c DRY GOODS Towels, Cannon Dry Fast .... ea. 69c Wash Cloths, Terry, white . . . . ea.ISc Swimming Suits and Trunks for Children and Men Ladies Chenille Robes .... 5.65-7.75 Girls Chenille Robes .... . . 4.95 CANNED MEATS Breakfast Sausage, Cudahy's Spam . . . . . . . MorBeef MorLamb . Ulbs.49c 12oz.can41c 12oz,can39c 12oz.can39c GROCERY VALUES Corn, First Lady, cream style . No. 2 can 15c Tomatoes, extra Std. No 2 can 14c case 2.98 Cut Green Beans, No. 2 can 13c; case . 2.98 Tomato Juice, No. 2 can 13c; case . . . 2.98 Pickles, sour or dill .:.... gal. 98c Peas, Con-D-Lite, No. 2can 13c;..case2.98 Turnip or Mustard Greens can lie case 2.59 Whipporwill or Blackcyc Peas,.. No. 2 can 17c; . . . case 3.98 Mince Meat ...... 15oz.jar29c Pinto Beans, No. 2 can 12c; . . . case 2.75 Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, can 14c; . ; . Boonc County Beans, No. 2 can 15c; . v .•-.-••-••;.. Beans, Great Northern . 25 Ib. sack Orange Juice, Adams . . 46 oz. can 49c Apple Butter . : : . . 28 oz. jar 29c Apple Grape Jelly . . . . 12 oz. jar!9c Preserves, pure peach or plum . 16 oz. 29c Baking Powder, Clabber Girl ; 32 oz. 25c Baking Powder, Clabber Girl, 10 Ib. can 1.19 Red Cross Macaroni or Spaghetti 7 oz. bx 7c, case 1.59 case 2.98 HARDWARE & HOUSEHOLD NEEDS • Sg.95 Boys Duck Head Overalls . . . : pr. 1.98 Men's Coveralls : : : : : . pr. 4.95 Boys Coveralls : . : : : . : pr. 2.45 I Men's Big Buck Blue Khaki Pants, Sanforized : : : 2.98 Shirt to match :::::.: Chili, Hunter's, with beans can17c ELECTKIC I--KNCE Guaranteed 5 year;; LANTERNS Complete. No. 1 SI..'!."). No. 2 . HOUSEHOLD SPRAY DDT .-uldcrl. Gnllnii RADIO BATTERIES EverRcjiily 1000 Hour Sl. WIRE I Point Heavy I!;irb WHITE CUPS, SAUCERS Knch IRONING BOARD Wilh P:id and Cover LARD CANS Hritfhl Tin. Each ROMAC MOPS Special 49 C 69° WORK CLOTHES FOR MEN and BOYS These Prices qood for Friday, Saturday and Monday, June 28th, 29th, and July 1. Subject on hand. We reserve the right to limit quantities. » -- ,-- : Z25 to stock

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