The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1951 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 2, 1951
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PAGE TWENTY BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Compliments of Weil Bros- Cotton Inc. Mtmphi*. T«nn. Air Force Reservists May Escape Recall Due To Present Employment DALLAS, Oct. 2. (an~lt vou'ra vl<.^. WILSON COMPRESS & STORAGE CO. SOLICITS YOUR BUSINESS SPR/NKLFR SYSTEM—HIGH DENSITY COMPRESS Phone Wilson 3231 When Shipping To Memphis, Ship Care Of MEMPHIS COMPRESS & STORAGE COMPANY Main Office I 614 Cotton Exchange BIdg. Phone 8-5184 DALLAS, Oct. 2. (Oft—It you're an Air Force reservist—and have become, say a dentist, since being oam beckons. At least that's the hope of the Air Force's current experimental reclassiffcatlon program—going on now In Dalian and San Francisco. "Things can napticn to a man in Jive years," explained Capt. J. W. Ciodbold o( 173 Thomas Rd. Decatur, Oa., spokesman lor the program here. "For one thing, the reservist's record (lie has become badly outmoded. " Example h Cited Capt. Oodbold gave this example: "We recalled a former Engioe mechanic. We couldn't very well put him back on his old job because (luring his Jive years in civil life he had completed study to enter the medical protession. "II cosl the Air Force about $300 to get that bit of Information on one mail. We had to send him back liuine and call another reservist for the mechanic post. "That's the sort ot thing we hope our ^classification program will eliminate." The captain put it this way: "In the last five or six years the Air Force has spent its money on air planes and equipment. Reserve records have been drastically neu- lecled. T«'0 Methods Tried 'They have to be brought up to date and two methods are boinc tried." In Dallas a team of 49 Air Force min personally will interview the estimated 2.500 reservists, checking their physical condition, occupa tional qualifications and availabiliti status. That's right—your position In civil life may make you unavailable for recall to the Air Force. The same program, essentially, Is being carried out In San Francisco except mailed questionaires are be- iug'used instead of personal inter- Potato Farmer May Succeed Rep. Fellow BANQOR, Me.. Oct. 2. (AP> —A potato farmer appeared today as tile probable successor to the late Rep Prntlk Fellow CR) of Maine's third congressional district. Clifford G. Mclntire. 43. wns nominated by the usually victorious Republicans in a special primary yesterday He got almost 11.000 of 27506 votes cast for a record field ol seven candidates. Democrats haven't won a third district House race since 1032 McfiHirc, who grows spuds at Pciham, in Aroustook County, also Is assistant general manager of Maine Potato Growers. Uic the country's biggest potato cooperative, and a director ol the National Potato Council. Here' s a SPECIAL VALUE you simply can't afford to miss! Women's & Children's BOOT A Regular 3.95 Value! Priced For King Cotton Days at ONLY Available in Red or Black! Sizes 4 to 9! PJfJr C[ F IF| CATE Corne in during King Cotton FAMILY SHOE S Phone 3549 423 W. Main 1^ The questlonaires ar« cheaper but personal Interviews are more In about six weeks Just which ot the programs to launch .on * na- King George 'Progressing' 1/3NDON, Oct. I. (/P.,-King George's doctors reported today the monarch continues to make steady progress and had another good night. Their morning medical bulletin. No. 13 since a surgeon cut away all or part of George's lung 10 days ago, said: The King has had a good night and his general condition this morning is satisfactory." ^TUESDAY, OCTOBER t, 1981 Pacific Northwest Works Top Speed to Get Power Operation POR'pr .A vrn r\*.* s^~t A ,~-. . PORTLAND, Ore.. Oct. 2. I/F,— The Pacific Northwest aluminum Industry was working at top speed today putting idle potllnes back into operation. The supply n! interruptible electric power—cut off two weeks ago because of lack of water to turn generators in Pacific Northwest power dams—was restored last night. Rains, which began last weekend, had filled power dam raseri'oirs ami excess walcr even was flowing over the spillways of Oratid Coulee Dam—source of much of the region's power supply. At Tacoma. Wash.. J. G. Gumz. of the Defense Electric Power Administration, announced that there probably would be no power brownout for at least two weeks. Earlier plans called for a brownout to benin today. The restoration of Interruptible power to the aluminum industry was announced last night by the Bonneville Power Administration here. A spokesman said providing rains continue, power will flow to the potllnes at least until Oct. 21. After (hat the whole situation will have to be re-examined. School Sett-lex Dispute Over, 'Dating Student' AMBOY, III., Oct 2. (AP) — A settlement has been effected in the dispute between the Amboy school board and a Mgh school teacher who was fired for dating a blonde senior student. Terms of the agreement were not announced. However, the teacher Stanley W. Gibson, who had been lighting the board's dismissal order will not teach at Amboy High School. D D Dumas &Co. 806 Cotton Exchange Blclg. Memphis, Tenn. . Lowry Company T. Lowry, Prtsidant Cotton Merchants 61 South November 6th Street Memphis, Tenn. Merchandise Certificate To Be Given Away During Rsgisfer Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday! Men's Fine Quality Fancy Cotton Dress Shirts - Reg. 3.95 Men's Finest Quality Fancy Cotton Dress Shirrs ... Reg. 4.50 2 3 50 Cotton Pajamas Fine Quality Flannel. All Sizes. Regular 4.75 — Special 3 Fine Cotton Hosiery 205 Fancy Patterns. Famous Brands Reg. 55c, 65c & 75c Values.

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