The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1951 · Page 3
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TR1DAT, SETTEMBEH 28, 1991 BI.YTHWTLLB (ARK.) COURIER WSW1 PAGB TWRES From B-26 to Classroom — Flying, Teaching Found To Have Lot in Common By RUTH LEE (School Correspondent) Flying a B-28 and teaching school may not seem at once comparable •iperlencei, but Verne M. Yahne (pronounced Yatney). new BBS math and physics Instructor, thinks the two have a lot in common. Much has its technique, but after nying 50 missions over North Africa during World War II and teaching service men some three and a half years, he feels well up to either. Prior to 1940, when the government tingled him out. Yahne's lif« story reads like that of many other young Americans. ' He was" born and grew up on a farm in Mitchell, S. D., in the edge of the corn belt where he learned the intracacies of raising corn, cattle and wheat. After graduating from Mitchell High School in 1037, he entered Dakota Wesleyan University (also In Mitchell) where he received a B. A. degree with a major in math in 1941. T The years between his entering Two Arkonsans Are Indicted KANSAS CITY, Bept. 16. (AP) — A federal grand jury hat Indicted Lwo officials of the Sun Export Co., Inc., Lake Village, Ark. Taft Moody and Steve Cattleman were both charged yeserda; on ft liquor law violation which, government officials said, Involved Illicit liquor shipment* Into Oklahoma and Mississippi. In four counts, It wu alleged the company filed fraudulent returns covering it* wholesaling of liquor In October and December, 1949, and January and February, 1950. Nineteen Indictments were returned to Judge Albert L. Reeve* by a jury which had been in session since Monday. ind completing college were interspersed heavily with war and various Jobs necessary to finance his 1 , education. For graduate work, he went to George Peabody college where he received the master's degree in math last year. Prior to joining the high Verne M. Yahnt After serving as Eighteenth j Fighter Wing staff, weather and briefing officer, he returned from Korea to Travis AFB in California July 1 of this year. On July 4, he arrived in Nashville where his Khocl faculty, Mr. Yahne spent six .. weeks In the Peabody graduate ' school where he passed his qualifying examination for a doctor's de" i addition to ' fe antl sma » *<« * allln * for 2 Ex-Arkansans Admit Burglary DONIPHAN, Mo.. Sept. 28. <AP>— Two men,who said they live at Success, Ark., admitted to Ripley Coun- y authorities last night they broke nto the Naylor. Mo., pos toff Ice Monday night and took an unde- ermlned amount of money. The men were Identified as Ray Whitaker, 20, and Chester Chad wick, 21. They were returned 3oniphan late yesterday by Riplej County sheriff James Feathersto: and Deputy Sheriff Jim Blackwe! after being arrested Wednesday Mf _ cons|derg Nflshvllle gree In mathematics, in aaau.on 10 hometown also. His wife, the former te1cher° rk ha ast a^o^Uken' 1 ' se^ra!! ^ nt '!_"f U ! h .t er _ "IP* 1 ""*. W , esl T courses at Vanderbilt University. an) and just a girl m his freshman English class when he enrol led for that course in 1938. In :» military career began In the of 1940 when his National Guard was mobilized on the West December, 1944, they were married i rr>i—1_ soni p aU L Alex, aged five and Coast. The following fall he transferred to the Air Force, attended flying schools In Texas, and on a half years, was born in Mitchell. In Blytheville, the Yahnes reside March 7, 1942, was graduated BH a at 1120 West Hearn and are mem- pilot from Kelly Field. bers of the First Methodist Church He later Joined a P-38 squadron ] • Precise calculations as to whal hi California, and in the autumn of 1942 was assigned to North Africa where he flew his 50 missions. Returning to California, he Joined a P-36 tactical training unit, serving In luccession as flight commander, operations officer, base test pilot, and engineering officer. I faculty. September, 1945, to July, 1048, was I breather from military service. But, on the latter date he was recalled to attend meteorology school part of good teaching Is ity, training and experience have not yet been determined. But Mr Yahne's associates at the high school, including his students, fee quite sure he has added considerable amounts of each to the EHS Chanuta AFB at Rantoul, 111. Completing an assignment which took him to Birmingham, the pilot was sent last October to Japan. Four months later, tw was fighting in Korea. Not Alone Europe contains several leanini towers in addition to the famec tower of Pisa, Italy. One at Sara gossa, Spain, is said to deviate far ther from the perpendicular thar does the Pisa tower, and there ar two such ll!th century towers a Bologna, Italy. College in Canada Secretly Trains Men For Vital War Jobs KINGSTON, Ont. >)— Brains that would run vital Jobs In any new Canadian war effort are bein sharpened and broadened here in school where secrecy is a passio and nobody gets marks, good o bad, for anything. It is the imtlona defense college. Since 1947, it ha been turning out men -who would g to senior jobs not only in the arme forces but In government and In dustry if war came. Behind the towering walls of ol Fort Frontenac, they come for year at a time to study and con sider not one particular realm o Canadian defense but the who broad picture — strategically, polit cally, economically and otherwis The school Is an Important effo to find the answers to the complex ties of modern war. It is Canada parallel of the United Kingdom Imperial Defence College and th War College In th« United States. The students are near the top the ladder In the forces, depai menta of government and, occasion with th» ne»t ichool year. The free hoolinr extends only through ele- lentarjr and high schools In most ate>. But Hesse curries It clear hrough the University. Children still must pay tuition In lost of the British and French ones. 'COPTER TO "CONSOLATION"—Using a newly-designed landing platform, a litter-bearing helicopter landed for the first time on the deck of a hospital ship, the U. S. S. Consolation, at Long Beach, Calit By thic rnetiod, the Navy plans to transfer patients directly from field bospitais and other «hip« to the "floating hospital*." ftown Deep Fish are found at *• depttu of the sea, even on the ocean floor, although the number of marine ual» mala and plants diminishes u th* water gets deeper. SpeclM th»t Hre at the greatest depths In th* i are classed as abyssal fish. c ree Schools Set Up fn U.S. German Zone year for f [ve years until they are | in adopting the principle, has a law wiped out in 1956. Bavaria, also slow | providing for free tuition beginning ATTENTION LANDOWNERS If you ore interested in telling or trading your form you itiould contact Hie A. T. Earls Real Estate & Loan Co. "There is no substitute /or experfenct" A. T. Earls L«wis W. Stone Novel W. Duncan BakervUle, Mo. Lilboura, Mo. Kemtett, Mo. FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The American Idea of free schcol- ng for everybody iiaa at last been accepted by every state in the U. S. tone of Germany. American officials have been preaching this Idea to tie Germans for six years—ever sin:e the war. Bub progress was Blow until the last year. Then state afttr state began to fall In line. Wuert- temberg-Baden was the last 1o yield. It finally passed the law in August, 1951. ! So far. however, It Is only a protn- j ise in WuerUemberg-Badeii. Its law' provides that the present tuition fees will be reduced gradually every Northeast Arkansas District ally, Industry. All are marked »s "comers." When they leave, they get no report, no marks, nothing but the right to put the Initials NJ3.C. after their name. That is coming to mean more and more when It counts most. Best Known See Joie Chitwood's WALKER PARK BLYTHEVILLE Ends Sunday, September 30 in a Thrilling Exhibition of Professional Driving Skill GRANDSTAND SHOW-8:00 NIGHTLY! Water Follies of 1951 FEATURING LOTTIE MEYERS, WORLD CHAMPION DIVER AUTO THRILL SHOW-2:00 EACH AFTERNOON r we have the most thrilling exhibition of precision driving we have ever offered. Altogether we have developed 27 different cell. Including wen spine-chilling feali 01: The 85-foot romp-to- ramp [ump—Blazing barrier crashes—Snap roll craihei—Th* slide for life . . . and many, man/ more spectacular demonstrations: of outstanding, iViH and daring! We have been using stock Ford Cars In our acli for tti* past 3 yean. And by "stock" cars I mean Fords that ore exactly the sam* as those sold to the public by Ford D*oleri. The only difference \\ that we move the 0,01 tank into the trunV and add skid plates to tome of our car*, W* me Fordi because our experience hos proved that ttieie sturdy can have what rt takes to stand up under the Terriftc punishment we gfve them. They have the quick, abundant power and positive-action bra Ice t essential to the success of our stunts. And Ford'i "Lifeguard" Body—rugged construction—and the over'Olt balance of Ford Con offer an extra margin of safety for our cfrivsri, I hope all of you con come to our show . . . far I'm ture the. "Daredevils" will thrill you yjil as they hove more than 5,000,000 folki throughout North America during recent years. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Broadway & Chiekasawba Blytheville, Ark. Chitwood's Thrill Drivers FRIDAY, SATURDAY SUNDAY AFTERNOONS

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