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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 24, 1943
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BLYTHEVILLE ARMY Affi CORPS NEWS 1 ' :, ~ \" VOLUME 1—NO. 240. KIATIIKV1U TliE BLYTHEVIIiIJa ARMY AIH COUPS NEWS Published dally except 'Sundays in Ihe Interest, of tlie-personnel of the Army Air Ijwccs Ad- Mnced Two Engine Flying School of BlythevlUe, by the Blvtheville Courier News. It contains • the news of the Air Base. , Officers And Enrolled Members Of WAAC Get Same Pay As Soldiers Of Corresponding' Hank 6-Tearn 'Flier League' To Open [Tune 3 Widi_26-Game Schedule .The baseball season will start next week for a new .six-I cum leaunc with games at Hie Ulylhcvlllc Army Air Field and at Maiden and New- iort, nl 3 o'clock Thursday iiflqniooii. . A 26-EiiKie schedule has been arraii!>Pd. with teams reprcsontlns llic-Army Air Fields at liiylhevillo, Walnut Kidsjc, Maiden mid Newport, two .civilian (cams, representing .lonesburo and Tuckennan Lieut. Bill Adams, physical training director at (lie IJlyllicvilic Field, vas elected president nf the lca»uo at a meeting lasl week al Jonesboro. where iirrangeincnts were completed, dipt. Felix Simons physical director at Walnui nid B e, is chairman of-(he board of gover- L illcl ; i<ic ' s ' "™lc"«"l Adams and 11. H, nicks, manager or Ihe. Tiickeiman team. - Mnnngcrs or the several (cams arc as follows: Walnui nid»r Ca»- ialn Simons; Maiden, Ueul. Kennelh Svce; Newport, l,l™l,°"narrcll Lei-lei; Blylheville, Scrgl. lloljcrl Tubbs; Jonesboro J B Hannah- ruckerman, Mr. Hicks. '•For each game the home team will provide umpires ami scorer. Lieutenant Adams is stilt looking for umpires but, has nssli-ncd Lieut Cecil Garrison as base umoiic. and Lieut. Cecil Pinner as scorer Schedule for the first half, June 3 [o July is. is as follows 1 SCIIEDULK FOIl "FUEIf LKAGUK 1st TEAMS Jonesboro al Blylhcvillc Tnckcrnmi al Maiden Walnut liidge al lilylheville at DATE. . Jinic 3, Thursday June 3, Thursday June 3, Thursday June 0, Sunday June 6, Sunday June (>', Sunday Walnut Rids Maiden Walnut -nidge nl Juno 0, Wednesday Blythcvllle June 10, Thursday Tiickeiman June 10, Thursday Maiden June 13, Sunday Newport June 13, Sunday Walnut H; June 13, Sunday Jonesboro June 17, Thursday Blyllicville June 17, Thursday Jonesboro June 17, Thursday Tiickwimin June 20, Sunday Biyiheviilc June 20, Sunday Maiden June 20, Sunday Newport June 24, Thursday Tiickcrmaii June 24, Thursday Jonesboro June 24, Thursday Newport June 27, Sunday Walnui June 27, Sunday Newport June 27, Sunday Jonesbm-o July 1, Thursday Blytheville June 30, Wednesday Maiden. July l, Thursday Tnckcmiim July 4, Sunday July 4, Sunday July 4, Sunday July 8, Thursday July 8, Thursday July 8, Thursday July 11, Sunday July 11, Sunday July 11, Sunday Ncwpoil Tuckcrmim al Jonesboro at Newporl at at at al TIME 3 o'clock II o'clock .'i o'clock 3 o'clock 3 o'clock 3 o'clock W.iltmt Ridi'e 8:30 P.M. (Tln'gs) Newport, Jonesboro niythevillc Maiden '•t o'clock 8:30 P.M. 3 o'clock 3 o'clock a I Tiiekcnnan :i o'clock al Maiden 3 o'clock at Newporl :i o'clock al Walnut Hitlgc 8:30 P.M. at Jonesboro 7:30 P.M. (Tln'gs) al Tiii-kerniiin 3 o'clock at Walnut Ifidgc 1:30 o'clock al JJIytficvillc 3 o'clock Walnut nidge 8:30 P.M. CU'iius) Maiden Walnui Ridsc til Blylhcvillc at 'ruckerman at Maiden at Newport 3 o'clock 3 o'clock 3 o'clock 3 o'clock 3 o'clock at Walnut Ridge 8:30 j>.M. n In'gs) al at Maiden Newport Walnut Ridge at at at a.L Jcnesljoro Blylhcvillc Jonesboro Tuckcrnian Blytheville Maiden 7:30 P.M. 3 o'clock 3 o'clock 3 o'clock 3 o'clock 3 o'clock 3 o'clock 3 o'clock Jonesboro Tiickcrinan Walnut Rid^e al Newport Tupkerinan al BlylheviJle Jonesboro a 1 , Walnui Ridge 3 o'clock ,... -. , Newporl at. Maiden ' 3 o'clock July 14, Wednesday Blylheville al Tiickcrinan 8'301'M July IS, Thursday Walnut Ridge a I Jone.sboro fl : 30p'i\l' July 15, Thursday Maiden at Newport 3 o'clock Huvlers Performing Here Former Property Of Major League Clubs . The pitching department' of the post baseball team at the Blytheville Army Air Field will include two men who formerly were the iroperty of major league teams. :>vt. Bill Yanvcick played with Rochester. Minn., a farm team of he St. Louis Cardinals, last vear while Pvt. Mclvin Parncll pitched sonic fine baseball for Louisville K>'-, properly of tile Boston Red' Sox. Botii men are members of the 703rd Squadron. • - Eighteen officers and enlisted men are attending practice sessions which nrc held every afternoon at 4 p. m., First Lieu I. Bill Adams, director of athletics, announced today. ; Lieutenant Adams, Lieutenant Ralph Howard, commandant of cadets, Capt. Dave Licbaian and Corp. Evcl Davis of Ihc 703rd, arc candidates for the catcher position. Staff Scrgl. Francis Huth of the 704th, is another Iiurler who Is trying to land a |»sitiou on the mound staff, fiergt. Mack McWhortcr of the .t20lh Squadron, a physical instructor and former first sackcr for the Milwaukee Brewers team of the American Association, will play first base for the I'ost team, other infield candidates are Chaplain Cicrald J. Hogan, former Boston athlete, and Pvt. Jack White of the 701st. who are holding down (lie second-base position; Corp Max Vickcrs of the 704th Squadron, who played with Sioux p-alls in the Western League, at shortstop, and Staff Scrgl. Lawrence Travis, 701sl Squadron, al third base. Outfielders include chaplain Julian A. Lindscv, First Lieut Gordon Weir, .Staff Scrgl. Angclo Fei - rario of the 320th Squadron; Corp. Fleet Crane of the 702ml Squadron; Staff Sergt. Robert Parici, 201li Training Group, and Scrgl. Robert L. Tubbs of Ut c 703rd Squadron. An interesting schedule which should provide plenty of fast baseball is now being arranged by Lieutenant Adams. ARKANSAS, MONDAY. MAY .2-1, KM" SUBSCRHTtON KATKS~ON REQUEST This Is (hi; Ilflh of ii scries or arllclt's en tnc Women.-! Army Auxiliary Corps, a con- tlnucnt or which will he sta- tlonrd in 11,0 Hlylhevllle Army Ah- Field beginning nbout Hie first ol July. All officer ciiiulidiUcs In the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps lire chosen from the ranks, ulVliiB all enrolled women mi equal oppor- tunlty lo become officers, retard- less or nice, color, or creed. The opportunity of competing for officer (ruining or non-coji!- mrxsioncd trades continues us Hie WAAC expands. The WAAC (jives Its members spcciali/.eil tralnlnjj In many different vocations thai will-lie useful nflcr tlie war; physical training, discipline, mid a more active life of future good lieallh; the opportunity to establish a tradition of women* military service for our country in wartime mid to contribute to victory. Officers and enrolled members of the Corps receive 'the same pay as soldiers ot corresponding rank "Wli.v 1 Joined" The reasons why American women have joined (lie WAAC are as varied and Interesting as America itself. Mere are n few samples: "My country means as much (o me as n woman as it does io my brother who Is a captain. I want the same privilege to- serve and defend it in its time of danger." First officer—former teacher). "I want to win Ihis war. l know from first-ham! experience what il means to live in n conquered country, and I don't want this nation or any oilier libcrty-lovlnj; ,im- tion (o |jc subjected to Axis rule " (Birthplace— Czechoslovakia; Second officer — former advertising manager). "I am an Air Cor|>s widow. My husband was killed in the service of his country In April, 1042. 1 feel thai being a member of the WAAC I can carry on In my small way what he was unable lo finish: Second officer—former newspaper reporter). "f believe that in the WAAC I can fit myself for a field which is iiiB lo lake hard work common sense courage and initiative." (First leader—former steno-'ranli- er). "Women are capable of taking leadership in this concentrated war effort. \Ve can prove our worth through such an organization." (Second olficcr — former social worker). "Tills is my war too. I want lo help if there Is a place for me." (Auxiliary—former housewife . . . husband in service). riaiic Workers Win 51,500 SAN DIEGO, Cnl. (UP) — The largest award—$1,500— ever made by the Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corp. for suggestions from employees for improving airplane building went lo three workers, George A. Annabclle, Taft Ucll and Howard w. Jollett. They dovis- ed a new type of fabric to attach soundproofing panels in Liberator B-24 bombers, eliminating a more tedious process. FUNNY BUSINESS j|'He_\vas.a Jighl rope walker— it's the only_way be can Army Pilots In Solomons Like the P-38s By GEORGE E. .TONES United I'rcss HlarT Correspondent WITH THE U. S. ARMY AIR FORCE IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC (UP)—If any single type ol plane is Ihc "workhorse" of Ihe United States air slre.iglh in Ihe Solomons dial distinction now falls to the twin-tailed P-38. Designed originally for interception of attacking planes, they have their range, armament, speed and climb on dally missions from Henderson Field: bombing, strafing, reconnaissance and escort. It was Ihe Lightning which spearheaded Ihc fighlcr defense against the April 7 raid of nearly 100 Japanese planes on shipping oil Guadalcanal and Tiilngi. P-33 pilots concentrated on Hie Zero escorts, at altitudes up to 31,000 feet, and wound tip with a bag of eight "certains" and two "possibles." Using new Indies, Lightning pilots demonstrated that the I'-:»8 is more than equipped lo handle itself at altitudes where. Ihe lighter and exlremcly maneuvcrablc Zeros once held an undisputed advantage. Air force leaders credit lhc' "twin-tails" wllh a large role in the general diunollualion of lhc enemy lo al- tack Guadalcanal during daylight On l-climbed Zeros Full details of improved tactics used against the Zeros In lhc April 7 raid cannot be told, bill it is permissible t/> say thai when the Zcrc.s readied "stalling height" and leveled oir. the Lightnings kept climbing, gaining the advantage- in altitude, then doubled back on lhc Zeros' tails and wont lo work. A flight of four P-38s, led by Capt. Tom Ltuiphler of Detroit Mich., claimed seven Zeros thai day. At 31,000 feet ovcr-Snvo Lstand Lanphier's flighl sighted Ihrce' Zeros a thousand feet below and three miles away. Within four minutes the Lightnings had caughl up with the Zeros and shot Sown all three. An even more spectacular aerial batllc occurred a few minutes later when Lanphicr's night saw cighl Zeros moving toward three Ontm- man Wildcats al 8,000 feel The WAACs nl Hnndolph Field arc learning lo operate control lowers which reenlale all air Iralllc from the field over a ° In* At lie controls arc deft «, right).• Auxiliary Lucllli- E nZ i Brooklyn, N. Y., Auxiliary Kiln ueuiler, Uornp, Mi, , „„<If"nor i Marjorle Kruse, Furmcrsburg, la. (Army Air Corps p iolofronNl A How WAAC Ranks Compare OFFIC'lillH MKMIiKKS WAAC Hank nircclor Asst. Director Held Director Ist-O/ficcr 2nd Oiricer 3rd Oiliccr WAAC Kaiik i;i|ltivaii:'nt Army Itiluk Colonel ' l.t. Colonel Major Captain 1st Lieutenant 2nd Lleulcnaiil Arniy lialik Chief Leader Masli:r Gpi-granl 1st Lender' . 1st Sngeanl Technical leader Technical Sergcanl Staff Leader Stair Screen nl Leader Sergeant Jr. Leader Corporal Auxiliary (1st class) Private First class Auxiliary . private Zeros went n|i. So did the Li^lil- iilii(is. mid Ihc T-3R.1 went hlRlicr. Ttie four Lightnings sent three of the cisht Zeros crnslilne to earth, llames Irallini; from ihelr tails, and unnlher exploded In mill-air In addition, two more enemy planes were badly damaged and may never have reached their bases (o (he north. The Wildcats, who bore the burden of American fiBlilcr defense, in the critical days of Guadalcanal last niiliimn, toot care of (he remaining two Zeros. Skeptical al First The first Lightnings reached Guadalcanal in October, mid there was .some skepticism river their possibilities. Gome pilot;; thought II had too much ".soup"; other* pointed mil Hint il was difficult lo bail out frDin a P-3II. Today they feel that the; Lightning is no plane for an Inexperienced pilot who can't handle ils tremendous speed. They agree that a bail-nut from a I'-38 minims spht-liminif. Experience, (dry say Is the answer to both problem's When Mich pilots as Lanphicr and Squadron Leader John W Milchril of Kuii), Miss., di-ciis-i Lt c htiiii, R . ; , |l, ry find il (liirinili lo restrain their enthusiasm. Mitchell is n Mi-ndcr, voter in- 27 years old, he has down on mnn- thnn ir> mKsion.s and has won the Drstinmmhcd Plyim; Cro5Sp ,],„• g|1 . vcr Star and (lie Air Medal A gtadimlc fiom the ranks., he knows planes. "Unlil a belter . pi,,,,,. co]nos •long, I'll Mick will, Ihc Llshl- "Inp." he said. MUrhell and other Lightning liilols, such as i.t n n Cotan of Lindsay, Cnl., and LI J P. Mcnre of I{eno. Ncv hiive ftl.ifcd Jap ships, O vcr heavy .lap anli-alrcrall on reconnaissance nnd linvc even dropped bombs from the Lightnings' slender -fuse-luge.' - After many months of combat, they like (heir planes as much as they hate Ja|>s. And they iinte plenty. Mrs. Winton Welch Added To Special Service Staff Mrs. • MliHan L. Welsh, wife of iciiteniint Welsh, adjutant of the .Station Hospital, has been nddcrt |lo the slaff of the Special Service Office as nsslslnnt to Lieut, Hugh ,W. Etdridgc in administering tnc affnirs of the Army Jiinergcticy lic- lief program. The AEIi, Ls Uic soldier self-help organization, by which military personnel and Ihelr dcjicndciUs can borrow money or get other aid In time of emergency, through a fund lo which the military personnel contribute regularly. Try nur "Own Marie" ice Cream Die Hickory Inn Acroi3 from High School O'Hara Transferred First Lieut. Matthew B. O'Hara, c'linmmilciutoiis officer of tin- Illy- Ihcvilie Army Air Field since lasl July, has been transferred to .in- other station. He set up and installed the airways traffic control system and has been in-charge of tl« operation and inalnlcnanec of the control lower cqulpinenl, and (be nspcclion of the radio ccHilpmcnl In alrcrafl. Assistant communications officers are Llciils. Charles T. chambers and Albert U. Brooks Complete Slock Slccl nnd Elastic TRUSSES Save 50% STEWART'S Draf SUrt Main & Uke Phone 2822 >F ii — Prelect nbrnscd «!cin nn d riJIICT 800l , ll!! wilh Miasana, for- IfNArt "c, yAM o I rei"v"T r<?w " AN N 0 VS "of boat-rash irriiaicUriiitf PRESCRIPTIONS' Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Pricea Kirby Drug Stores Auto Repairs rcxpcrl iMeclianics on All Makes and Models. Also Truck and Tractor Repairs. Lee Motor Sales I'll, 510 liarl Sloiic, Shop Foreman 30? E. Slain th Red Cross Kick! Rcprcscu- talivc Conducts First Aid Class Al Post The tonrnii|iu!t Is dangerous. Us« it, as n lasl resort lo slop bleeding In case of serious Injury; Instead ipply finger or lianil pressure nl llio righl pulul lo clow) tho artery. - linking sodn dissolved In water Is one of (he brat first aid remu- ;l!i's for u burn. Dmi'l stand an unconscious man on his feel, or walk him, or slap 'Urn. Keep him lying down mid al •csl, while you try lo find out If 10 Is hurt or seriuiujly 111. A broomsitek makes an exccl- cul temporary splint lo protect a n-oken lionn from developing coin mentions. These me a few of the lessons learned by eight noiu-nininlssloiicd iffims in a flist aid course which ins Just limi complcled al the Mylhcvillc Army Field by chiute Ihirtsliorn. a Held rcpiosenlnllvc of lhc American National Itcd Jross. The noncotns, (jualtfk'd nnd cer- Ified as first air Instructors pro- 'Icienl In the slnndard, advanced iitd Inslrueloi'fl' courses, now become instructors in their s(|imd- •ons, lo pass on Ihcii 1 technique lo olhcr.s. The Intention of : llio Plans and Trainlns Ui-parlmenl Is Unit every soldier on Hie field shall know what lo do In of Injury, And one of the fundamental lesslons which Mr. Hartshorn Impressed upon his class was this: "First aid Is Ihe Immediate and, temporary cure given In case of accident or sudden—before the services of u physician arc secured." Knowledge ot whal lo do In an (.'iiicTfjciiuy imiy save n life, Mr. Hartshorn said, lint ito to Hie doctor even for slight Injuries, for slight Injuries may develop infcu- llun or oilier complications. The noKcoins who took the course arc ready now lo give emergency treatment to any wound or Injury, Air. Hartshorn reported to Lieut. Carl N, Welnslcin, I'liwis and Training officer. The average grade for lhc class was iM, which Mr. Hartshorn declared lo lie unusually high. ' The newly nuallflcd first aid ex- perls arc Tcdi. Scrgl. J. A. Mc- Kciule, Finance Detachment; Sergl M. I. Kassewll/,, Medical Detachment; Bcrgt. ,1. II. Todd, i Group; Sergt. J. K .Pelllt, i\ ..Stimuli-mi; Sci'iil. I-'. A. Verncttl. |'Ki:ird; Scrgl. II. A. 1'assold ,10-Hh; Sergt. Donald L. Scribncr, 3'ifltli and Corp. 11. E. McCoy, lOOlh. 1 The course was conducted for two • weeks wilh four hours of Instruction dally, n total of -III hours, anil with additional textbook study nnd i practical cxi>crlmeiitat!on, Of Course They Do, Lieutenant Adams! Enlisted men ami cadets sliiK as (hey march from (heir quarto's to the athletic field for Ihcir dally physical training workout, kceplnj; time to (lie cadence ot murchlin; luncs. Favorite marching songs nrc Ihc Army Air Corps SOIIK, Ihc Six Pence song, and "I've iiccn Work- Ing on (he Railroad." They like lo sing as they march, said Lieut. Bill Adams, physical training director. If they don't want to siiiB he lets them double-lime. FOR MINOR BURNS CUTS A MOROLIHE ij\ PETROLEUM JELLY © PITTED HY ion t, (.. « n rf J C GUARD OPTOMBTRISTS IN m.YTHEVIU.F, SINCE 1923 BPTICRL STORE 209 W. Main St. I'hone 2912 J)ncs Your Car NEED THESE? Hallfrj — Seal Cover* Oilfillfr— Rarlirt l-o; Mglits — Lock Gas Cnp A 'c omplclc line of Folishea LOT EICH \Vlml do you waul lo know? In Mils column a veteran ot years of experience In all the noncommissioned ollicer grades answers tuie.slloHs on Army customs, practice, tradition mid regulations. G'omnirnluiul ciucs- llons arc Invited, Address coni- Jiiunlmllon.t lo llio Public; lie- lallons Ollicer, Army Air Field lllyllievllic, Ark. Bend In your Questions. lly I'liTKR .1. HAItAKSA Warrant <>rriuTj<! NRIH Tim. KOMI conducl medal may 1m invjirdwl nnd Issued (o any enlisted man who has » three-year period of conliiniou.s adive federal enlisted scrvlco, with elmrnclcr cx- (client, U'ltnlnul- 1»H on or after June M, 1041. This lulerpruln- tlon cannot ba construed to mean thai a, iiiiin who has three or more years of service bill has nol received a discharge Is eligible lo wear a good conducl medal. Tho word "teriiilnallng" as used, Is defined by Webster |o mean-"lo pul-iiii cud lo; lo cud; to -- — coast." Therefore, if a soldier hn.s llircc or inoro years of continuous .service and If this service luu nol terminated, (ho soldier Is not eligible to receive tho good conduct medal. A recenl ImlMIn authorises llio Secretary ot War lo prescribe regulations under which an enlisted mar, may bo awarded unit issued u. good conduct medal tor one y<jai of active federal service after Aiui 27. 19-10. . Mr. in Rhode Island the UBMUHUU-HI extension service dramall/cd U,' imii'lllon proijram through utrav elliiR puppet show, wlilclt Is ponulii with children. Everything "And tills is the mahslcr's den i—they . sny it has a secret ehtrmiqol" The Modern Ice Itoi COOI,KR'ATOR' far Kcnnnmy and Sen-Ice. Tom Little Hwde. Co. Phen» III 24-HOUR SERVICE Ftepair Work on Gvncrnl Motors Cars. IANGSTON-WROTEN COMPANY A Wtlnat Ph. Ul SMALL LOANS On Anrtblac «f VtlM. Eatt Main Loan Co. K. HU> Varsity Nine On (scores Second Stringers 14-6 At Post Friday One of the most exciting sollball lames yet, held al lhc I'osl was ilaycd Frldiiy by members-of Hid JSIsl llniul. The varslly, coached >y Scrgl, Pete Sllverlo, edged out 'VI. Walter Lonkc 1 .'; second team >y H-0. Every member of Itie llnml, IncludiiiB Lady, Band Mascot, was on hand along with several other'enlisted mm and officers who happened lo be passing by and Wight llu; spirit of the game. Warrant Ofllecr Heinliaidl, Klts- •hel called strikes with Ihe help of Jlmplnln Hogmi. I'fc. William Vit called bases, The (jamc starlcd oul lo be an easy oiiu for llio Varslly, as llio first IIIIIIIIB found them leading by 7-0 and appeared to ho u much different game than the lasl ono which ended 4-1 and had lo bo called because of bud wealher. iiawovcr, the second learn managed o bring In six runs In the fhit of lhc filth to make tho score 13-0. Final run of the (jnmc was nnulo m tile tilth wlion Corp. Karl Wadcnpfuhl doubled to drive In Corp. Jackie Mitchell for the Var- slly. Stars of iho game were Pic. Harold Onnl.sion foi Ihe second team who gol Ihu '.only home run of the game and -Coip. Angelo Sulltn for the Varsity, who mudo four beautiful catches out in shorl fluid. I'VI. Victor Cardamono look over he mound f or Pvl, Nick Clfiulak in Ihu third, Clfiulak going lo second to replace Corp. Howard pein- I.Ug In tho fourth. ami, p v l. Nick. Mitu-o look over for Surgl. JVank- lln Bhaw in the, sixth oul In right field. No siibsllUitlons were made for ihe Vnrslly.. OlfrulJik* ' Oluilficld Hclnsunnnn- Kudocy ..'..','.'.' SS Shaw '..'...'..'.'. SS OrmWon ..... , "'OF •' Hicks , ' SP •Cardamonc lor Ciliniax In llilnl Olfruliix .for Demhij; in Fourth Mucel for Slinw In the slxlh. ' ' Varsity Cnrmlnara ..-..-,'.-...'.; '-OF Sllverlo ......'. SS Ilreyan ," c Mitchell. ' SB Wiulcupfuht .' 211 Uaudlno -. '.(_,}• Galloway '. .'.'.•'. p McClliink ,........,.' 'm Schultz .,..' 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