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BLYTHEVILLE ARMY AIR CORPS NEWS •VOhUMK 1—NO. 211. THE BLYTHEVILLE AHMY AIR COUPS NEWS Published dally except Sundays in the Interest of the personnel of tlio Army Air Forces Advanced Two Engine Flying School of Blyllicvllle, by the Blythevlllc courier News. H contains the news of the All- Base. NLYTllKVtU-K. ARKANSAS, TUl^DAY, APRIL 20, 351st Band Rapidly Becoming •*- * o One of Best Units In Air Corps Six trombone players march abreast in the fir.sl rnnk of tlie iSlst Army Air Forces Kant! when leads Ihe cadets In inarching order from tlie mess hall to the light line for llieir afternoon ours In the air. Why tlie trombone players in ihc Irst rank? So their Instruments won't hil other . musicians below tie bell. There nrc no less than 12 clari- ct players, a complete range of axaphones including two aitos. two «nors and a baritone. There are ivc drums—a bass drum, cymbals nd three sunre drums, and there re four French horns. The band now has a slrenglh of 4 musicians. II is one of the lin- st military bands in Ihc business. ccording lo Lieul. Hugh W. Eld- Idge, commanding officer. Yesterday Ihe band gave a con- ert.at Consolidated Mess Hall No. while the men were at chow nd the cheering and applause 'as reward enough for the band eader.-'Warranl' Officer Berivhardt I. Kusclir), nnd liis stout men. Maj. Harry R. MeGuire. Post ex- culive officer, who had the music- with-dinncr idea tried as an expo- iinenl, promptly directed tlie band 0 play tomorrow at Mess Hali No. and Friday nt the Cadet Ale.'s fall. Other noon concerts at mess I ed last .spring. halls are in prospect. The band also Is ready for formal gimnl mount, and parade ceremonies, and plays for retreat in the evening. o,,o ,,,-adice parade ceremony has been held and others will be iirr:ingi. ( |. Koine of Hie best musicians of the country are in tli u band. Tech. Sergt. Alexander 1'u.skonkn, for example, was arranger for Will Osborne, Lionel Hampton and other big name bands. HC is in charge of special arransements for the band and hus been assigned as leader of the dance orchestra. Pfc. Lynn might, trombonist, studied music at [lrii;linm Young University, and lau«ht music in Utah lush schools fur five years. Pfe. Clifford Uahl has a" degree in music and taught music in high schools in Michigan. Corp. Carl H. Wadeimfuhl also is among the member* of (lie band who have col'iege degrees in music. Corp. Nathan Kocnlg, trombonist, studied miller Arthur Pryor. one of the world's great trombone players, and was a member of Ihc Young People's Symphony Orchestra of New York city. The band's new drum major is Pfc. Ralph Sclnilt/, who was drum major of his hish school band ill Cal., before being inducl- Soldier - Grappler N o w Wears Arkansas Crown In 128-Pound Class Softball Schedule For Week This Deck's schedule in Ihe inter-squadron soflbLill league which yot underway ct (lie Blyllnville Anny Air Field yesterday afternoon re-ids a.5 folloivs: Tuesday: 5:J5 p. u).. 7o: Vs ost Administra- 10 RELIEF FUND Men Drop Spare Coins In Contribution Boxe s For Emergency Fund In nickles. dimes iind quarters, j $3000 has been dropped Into contribution boxes in squadron orderly rooms at the lilythevillc Army Air Field. The money represeim the soldiers' donations to the Army Emergency Relief rtiiul. The fund Is to help out. when a fellow needs a friend, when there's an emergency which requires money. And it helps. A sergeant got orders transferring him to another station. It was ,-t sudden change, and the sergeant had no money left, after paying his bills, lo pay hLs v,'ifc's fair and get started nk the new station. Lieut. Hugh Kldridgc. administrative officer of the Army Emergency iiclief organisation nl (lie Past, advanced the small sum necessary to meet the emergency. No interest. Pay it hack out of the. next paycheck, or in stalhnents. A soldier's wife needed an emergency operation: A surgeon of tile Base Hospital performed the operation. The Army Emergency Relief paid the hospital bill. Allotments lo dependents bncV; home arc slow in coming and a soldier's family needs money. The Army Emergency Relief lends it, to be paid back when the allotment check comes. The Anny lakes care of Us own, and that's the way it's done. Any dependent of any Army man can make application for help in an emergency situation that requires financial assistance. The applied- Gen. Royce In Farewell Message As He Prepares For JNcw Duties Thousands upon thousands RiadiHilc.s of training fields of southern states, like the lllylhe- ville Army Air Klcld. will win final and overwhelming victory, their bnllet.s and bombs leaving tlie enemy's cilics In ruins and ng him lulu iineondilional surrender. This is the farewell ii\essnge~b'f MfiJ. Cien, lialph Itoyco, commanding Kc-iiernl of (lie Army Air Forces Southeast Training Center, to the men of ills command, as he re- lease.s his post lo assume other diilies. Cien. lloyce-s message to the Southeast is us iollows: It. Is with n deep sense of appreciation of the work of the chllre Southeast TnilMlug center Unit I leave here to takeover new duties. 1 have received Ihroughulii my stay with you complete cooperation iii all respects, which has made my tour of duty successful ofiiclaliy and very enjoyable personally. I now (jo (o the next plmso .)f training—preparing men (o participate in the war as members of a team, mil 1 shall continue lo watch the success of this Training Center as evidenced by Ihe calibre ,of the graduates who report to mv units for duty. J know they will come up to the necessary' high standard. The war Is cnlvvlng a favorable stage for us, but It. is far from over, and a great work of preparatory and training yet remains to be done. The yrenter Hie number of pilots, imvigalors nnd gunners who arc graduated from this Training Center, and llic hlglier the quality ol their training, the sooner wlil victory be won. I wanl lo sec thousands upon thousands ol graduates of this Training Center In nl the final victory so as lo make It overwhelming. This lime we shall leave no doubt In the enemy's mind or possibility lor future nrgiiinenl <>•; to of united eftoiIs will lead Ion IrUnnph- «nt and rapid unmmillon of thl.'i conflict, mill that you will lake u TOl]i[iil siiuri! j|, inalnltduhiB the IK'fii'e to lollow, tion can be nmde by the soldier at ," ls defeat. Your bullets and bombs the place he is on duty, or by the wl " wlll< = ll] 1'"= ruins of his cities Pvt. Joe MeDaniels. tlie new 128- pound Arkansas AAU wrestling hnmpion. returned to duty yes- I live Group No 1 «rday nt the.Ulytheville Army'Air 5 ., 15 ., '.„ 7ra p t Ad|1 , inis Held where he is an avialion me- 'tvitive Group No 1 •hanic. Ho won his title last week G:J5 p m ,„.( ys M( , (1|cs am , Quartermasters. (1:45 p. in., 3261U vs Barracks 30. "V"" """• 1 Wednesday: In.winning the title. MeDaniels 5:45 p. m., et capital city fans on their col- at mile Rock by mopping up Hie i\ig with luckless \vho ective ears by his wrestling prow- >ss. Ben, Ei>stcin reported in the Jazetlc Sunday Uiat George Li- josky, veteran Liltle Rock referee, I hinks McDanicls is one of tlie inesl empplcrs he luis ever seen, asky, who used to wrestle under he name of "The Bearded Rii5~ ian," is quoled by Epslcin as say- ng "Macnaniels has more balance iian an honest scale." The young soldier's victory was not surprising, however, to his pals. They knew that he won third ilace in the national AAU tauma- nent a few weeks ago. although he nature of his duties has pre- •enled him from getting much >rnclicc beforehand. They also mew that he won the national •Hie.four limes while a sliuiciit a Oklahoma A and M find copped he international crown three imes. Private MeDaniels is not the only grapplcr in his family. His ;id brother entered'the New York ournaincnl with htm nnd won tlio lational title in his weight divi- ion. vs Band. Mctlic.s vs "Finance Wants'- lo Drop Nine i.eltcrs SAN DIKGO, Gul. lUi'i—Francis lolm Sclineirierloelimer, a Camp Jlliot Marine, has nskcd the com, icrc lo shorten his name by nine cllers, because as it now stands il causes one lo ask questions. The >art lo which he objects is th< irst half, which he says causes icoplc to suspect Hint there is something German about it. He vants lo know just, as John Loch- icr. which he says docs not cause " •\nyone lo get inquisitive. 5:15 p. m.. and Ordnance. (J:1S p. in., Athletic Ucpl. vs G:« p. m.. !055 vs 25th Thursday 5-4S p. in., 25th vj Flying Administration. 5:45 p. m.. 7COth vs Post Administrative Group 2. 0:45 p. in., 701 vs Post Administrative Group MO. i. . G;45 !>. in.. 7tU vs Medics ami Quartermasters. Friday: 5:45 n. m., 703 vs. Barracks 30. 5:45 p. m., 704 vs Hand. 0:45 )>. m., 321! vs Finance and Ordnance. 6:45 p. m., S107 vs Medics. Tlie plil'chasiny y) ice oi one 525 war bond—only $18.75 — will just pay for the principal items of a naval chemical ',varf.')re protection outfit. Read Courier News W.mt pl dependent, at the Post. ' The soldiers' donations arc made on pay day. As a rule Ihcy drop their loose change into the box, and it may be anything from a nickle lo a half-dollar or more. Men of the 703rd Squadron have contributed a lotal of $233.80, a arger aniounl, per mini, than any ohcr squadron. This probably is due- ,lo^-Ihespecial..feilc.resl .taken by the squadron commander,'Capl. I.'imes K. Holmes, wlio was Hie first officer in charge of Ihe fund here. The 32Cth Squadron, largest or- juiiralion on tho Post, has turned in a total of $365.22, and the :otnmandcr, Capt. John P. Mend, tells liis men it's more fun to put their change Into the contribution [».x than into a crap game. Capt. Robert R. Love of the lOlsl Squadron, has turned in n total of $245.70, and the offering of the 700th totals $201.59. . Cadets have done their bit with toUl of $320.69, and he officers have contributed $320.25. Cadcls have done their bit with total of $329.60, and Ihc officers have coiilribulcd $329.25. All the money goes to headquarters In Washington and comes back not according to how much station contributes, but ncord- ing Lo need. Here Ihc amount loaned and given outright grants roughly balances. 'lliose whn borrow pay it buck. the records show. Tlie fund Is growing. The time will come, as bntllc casualties increase, when It will need lo be a big fund, lor II is anticipated that many demands will be made upon it. nearest Army • l "e two words we, intend he shall | remember forever— Uncondlllonal Surrender, I now lake my farewells, thanking all of you for llic work you have done for me and wishing you Ihe greatcsl success in the future. I leave with Ihe hope that our Expert iJepnir Work on General Motors Cars. UNGSTON-WROTEN COMPANY (Vilway & Walnnt «-h. SS3 FUN1MY BUSINESS ng for one of our meat ads!' Any Stio Can Be Just 4 Miles To The Phillips, State Line Service Station SAVE on rhillips Quality Gasoline A Oil. Prompt, Courlcous Siri-ifc. Operated by Mrs. II. L. Itcjniilds. OPERATING HOURS I'or A-H-C Coupon Holders SUNDAYS: !) A.M. In !) I'.M. A I.I, WKKK DAYS !> A.M. lo 12 Nt>un 1 I'.M. to S P.M. PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Hcst Prices Kirby Drug Stores If (lie uppers tire stilt poml. Kring them to us for (|u:ility j work, III HALTER'S Quality Shot Shop 12 J W. M»ln Ph ->M1 70-11 It Squadron I tan Dance. At Armory TrainhiK Hulurdny ' ! '!>e 701th Pl'ylnij fe'limdron held a dnnci- niiilu at (he Armorv nnd practically tin; n-liolc orcHiil/nllaii wii.s Inere In ( W |r| ihelr purlners In lime to music by (he urciu-smi uf iho 351st Army Air Forces liand. Among dm [.nests were Col. Kmt "1. Lainloii, I'ominaniliin! officer, Maj. Hurry li. McCiulre, esecullve officer, nnd Mrst IJeiit. Wllllinii Tucker, assistant post oxclwuijc Of- fleer. During tin. evening a mock ceremony was held hi which members of llic siiimdroii uiiNkeluitll tciim. champions of (he t>o.st, and c'orp. Hubert Mornan an<l !>vl, ,]nc l,a- Seallu, champion boxers, were presented by First Scriil, Joseph Nle- odeuuis. It was the second parly (ho organization has enjoyed nnd dipt. Myron C, Ualch and Sergeant Nic- oilemus, In charge of :\rmii|>e- ments, expressed satisfaction with Ihe results of the evening, iMnsif for 'War Nerves' I .OS ANGBLKS (Ui>)—To nld In qiiietlni! war nnd Jlllerbug nerves, the University of California lias Installed on the campus dully or- Bini recitals .of the best classical music. 'I'lils eifoi-l nl inentiil liy- glene was recommended by |jr. Unireticc retail, professor of psy- rholojiy. wlio Is also himself lin orgimi.sl. OOI.I.KCIANS MKKT I'ltOS Detroit.—Plans have been mmie for a charity golf match to b? Played in Detroit In May In which 20 collegians will meet. Michigan's 20 leading professionals. FLOWERS Siiy if Bosl At Master II wiinliln'l Itc liaslcr wltlMiiil Klowrrs, I'iacc j-imr Easier urdcrs early for cursacrs nf Orchids, Knses, Carilriilas, Sjn-ins Flnwm Hull I'liillls. •: .'.' •' •-- -Cj' ) \Vc, an- pritparcil In M-rm ynu in lilyllicvilte nr distant <-ilii-.s —ne It'lrgraiili Hmrers anywhere. HEATON'S GREENHOUSES AND FLOWER SHOP 200 Davis Ave. Yes-Mr.Farmer We Do All Kinds Of WELDING And Do 11 Right! living Us Ywir lirolicn Farm Tools & Matliint-ry. PHILLSPS MOTOR COMPANY Phone 453 5lh & Walnut niylhcville, Ark. JjimgCUIPTION RATiaTON JtBQUFS'I 10 U[I STUFF Rolicrl B. Harrison Named OroupComnmiKicr; Norman Williams Adjutant Aviation Cadet llolicil nurfool llarrlsim. who a. year ago wus H ilcpiirltnent store miiiuiKi'r back In Iiidlimn. I'd., has been appointed isrotip anninamler uf Ihe cudct class which will liUKlunii! April W, by l.leut. Halph M, Howard, coinmawl- iinl of eadels. ' luljitdinl of Hie Kroii|i Cow, Vu.; cadel llrown. who was !iO last mid who enllslcd nt Weslon, W. V<i.: C'adcl Peter J. O'ljuiKhlln, who nl (he atfi! of 22 has been in tli! U. S. Army Air coi-jw four years; nnd Cadet Robert T. Savage, who was n technical sergeant In (ho Air I'brces and who, In high school nl Daylon, O., wus a football plnyer. The cadcl flint- jscriieimls are Cndet Uobsrl H. llollon, who left Johns Hopkins University In I'.KIil lo enllM; Cadcl Uidwell II. Ilunler, who worked for-the Seaboard Air Unc Railway nt Norfolk, until n, year ngo, nnd snlled In Cliesnpenko liny for fun; Cadcl George II. I'ierpoiH, formerly n student nl the Virginia Polylcchnlc institute; and Cadel Cnvl W. ftlchiknuip, n Memphis- mini, and one of three Army flying brolhers. There »re four who Imvo been appointed stuff supply sergeants: Cadel Uyron M. iiuck, wlio miido slaft ""! rt " ''"I? 0 M''" football learn ns jiludcnl nl llii! Will Study Instrument Flying Six flying Instructpi.s ol Ihc B!y-t , tlievlllc Army Air Held Icfl ll,k week for Bryan, Tex v. litre they ' will lake n five weeks course in Instrument, flying Insliucllon at Ihe Ai-jjiy Air Forus Inilriimeni Instructors School. They are; Cftpl.''Uwls J p.ul- ' ridge, Wrsl Ueiits, Gcon;!) M Hale, John n. McUonaUl, Benjamin' j "•" Click jr., tsceoM Units slie|)li^r!l ^ Cl. I'ryor and Charles A. Marshall. < Uixiii'.'coinplcilou of the course- • lliey will rcliirn here lo resume Ihelr duties. •'• ' e o c halibiiek while a in tin!. Air Coi-ps in iBT6| cll > vel|||)l1 HflKhl.'i (Ohio) high nnd wus ;i stuff serueiint when no- -school; CJiulcl Henry J. AvllnRcr, an eepted for eadel Iralning. lie was old fellow of 20 who left a Job us a basketball, baseball mid Irnfk Instructor In il rmllo svliool nL star, lu lili;h .school ut Walervlllo, Oreenvlew, III,, In become \\ pilot. N V. , C'lidet Itlclmrd I>. Olirlen, tvhoso ' wf iiiiwato.sji. " t " ll! W '" lllc "°' m '"' \Viniieii (id K;il Ck'.uuiji SANTA IIARDARA) .Oal.- '(UI')^) The Idea that women fire ufrnld )l mice and nits Is n Ihlnjj'yf iKe"' nisi, -1'iic Health Hoard has him— ;d over lo (lie women's • clubs ll\u lusk of freeing Ihe, city fiom mti"' Cadol Ihuri-ll Dtiiyeil mrslly l« MIclilRi.n . Hrnder.shot, u foot-' , l . rc i il(lcn ll11 w )lt: ' Un ' f "'" c ball and (rack man In high school nt lOilinmizmi, Midi., is (he supply officer. The sciwiuit major Is Cadet I'eler Pllorlmo, fonucrly an enlisted man In the KiiKlueers; nnii Inter with llic :i:trd Pursuit Clrouii at Mitchell I'ldd. lie cnlUted after gi-ariiiailng froh hl|;h school In New York. Ciidrl eapijiln.v Include C'udcl Gnslnn M. i,'ox, who played on his liigh school football lemm nt Clifton The Mnilrrn K-n llox ('OOI.KKA'J'OK l-'in Kciinomy and Scrvlre. Tom Liltle Hwde. Co. I'honr 51S I mind for IUs breweries, and Cadet Clifford M.. Wood, who was n cn.tli register .service and sales niun at Ml.'isoula, Mont, VlTfKI) IIY iiirt 1, 1. .mid J GUARD C. IN 1II,YTIIKVII,I,K SINCE 1UZZ IPTICDL STORE 209 W. Main St. Plmne 2912 Your Car NKKI) THESE? llJtllcrj — Seal Overs Oilfiller— Itailln l ; flK f.iRlits— f.wk (las Caji A CDinplele linn of riiHstif* LOT EICH Chevrolet Company Pk.n. 171 SMALL LOANS Om Aarthlnt •! V»lM. Ea»t Main Loan Co. Ut 1 Mtla — Fh*n* tttt Easter Flo\vcrs! I'liu'i: Tvlcgniph Orders Now. OanaKc* of every d«crlptlon. THE FLOWER SHOP DELIVERY ANYW1IF.HK OLF.NCOE IIOIKI, RLHU. rimnr 491 — Nile Phone ill in Try nur "Own Made" Ice Cream Die Hiokory Inn Jruin School C- S : Webb Cities Service Station (llu-y. (il ul C'Dllon lldt ' Tracks) lrt Phone 02V We MX Hal* Washing ,t On islnj- O|ir WE IIIX AI,L UOOTOES'. PRESCRIPTIONS AND 8AVK XOO MONK STEWART'S 1 Drug Store Main ,V l.uku I'hono 28 AIRWAYS BUS LINE IMPORTANT NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS Officials lii>(iui:l drill i/iir IniMis stnji at rcjulur ,lins slup', «ldl« at Iho ,Mr Hasp, rioilsc wildi Ihc Inis al ytiur nc nut HUDSON CLEANERS cure taken in cleaning unifoinis, liitHons carefully handleil — I'lwits itiul blind finished — 2 day service. Garrison Caps — Accessories — Insignia SOUTHEAST AW COUPS INSIGNIA ROBINSON'S "THE HEUABLH DHUG STORE" 'fhcri's iii> wider selection of shaving nccils, cosmetics no^elttca, etc., in niythcvllle thon at Robinson's. latest MtiKniilniis—FQUII- Uln iervlce—saridwlchasl , . Service Men! Meet Your Frienrlj at Robinson's! •• 'I lured him to mnkc Stork vStocl and Elastic TRUSSES Sate 50 % STEWART'S Dra K Store M«ln & I *k« I'hone 2822 an old friend hack aain ith your telephone calls/ "H you've got telephone calls lo make, I'm the lc!e- phonc that can handle them. When things got scarce on account of the war, I was hustled out of llic warehouse to be put back to work. ... "Sure, those little handset telephones are nice. But I can do anything they can do, and using me you help lo save metals for the war. / "I handled a lot of important matters for the lady I stance! out with 10 years ago. The night she got engaged she said I certainly was one grand telephone.. "Well, I haven't changed a bit." SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Till war on<Ji— moke Fewer and j tttcphon* ealfi, . "M,

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