The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1943 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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BLYTHEVILLE ARMY AIR CORPS NEWS VOLUME 1—NO. 245. J!1,YTI!KV1U,LO, AUKANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 20, UM3 SUHSCIUI'TION UATKS~0~N REQUEST TBS BLTTHEVaLE ARMY AIR CORPS NEWS Published daily except Sundays In the Interest of the personnel of Ui* Army Air Forces Advanced Two Engine Flying School of Blythevllle, by the BlyUwvlUe Courier Newi. It contain! the n«w» ot the Air Baw, • . i. teville i Boxers Beat Newport, 7-1 ? Corp.' Robert J. Morgan, techni- cal-supply.clerk in the 704th, nnd Stile ', AAU -. lightweight boxing Jinrtip, b'attered Pvt, A. Guerra of |ie, Newport A'rmy Air Field, with '" linj; left jabs and stringing crossc.s io win a' unanimous Jon iin a ; feature right of Ihe niitehe.s at the American Legion Friday night. *.;ft,was : a thrilling feature of the sigl)t bouts between incinbcrs - of [he b'oylng-teams of lite two posts and *Wa fine exhibition of Ilghl- ijig .skill. Fans yelled themselves t\b»vse ai> Morgan and Giicrra tore into'.each oilier like a pair of huii- witdcat.'j. Each man displayed i.knowledge of the finer points of they blocked, .parried ttid 'feinted,- but neither was content to.waltz around the ring. f.Bbt-h'.'Wcrc trying for a knockout and every punch carried stunning," bruising power. Morgan line little trouble In evading most of Ihe'blows' and received the judge's fiod after he battered down hir fai?nteri foe's defenses nnd da-m Inlm wilh sizzling' rights and lefts Itq.-thc chin and body. 1'.- ; MorganV victory was one of sev- |en'.achieved by ; the Post Boxing 'i .'against'; the Newport aggre lation. '.The local soldier-boxers al IIta'cd'the'visitors only one viclorj 1 ind, won Ihrce of Ihe liglils bj I khockoub. I'.' ', Cherokee Downs Brsiwick I '-'iln tiic main event Scrgt. A. J I'JChcrokee" Hcndricks, Blylhevill Imldcllewcight. tomahawked Pvl . i • Besawiek of Newport, will I ficlqus. rights 'to the face and too! al:close decision afler a peach o i'iscrap, that had spectators up Iplaiidins both fighter/; impartial!) I ('. "Cherokee,'" much taller than hi Istpcky enemy, didn't, have a sct-u |but 'he -was never in •clanger an , Besawiek almost at will. I la'h Varly' ; rbuiid the non-com nod IdeeV-hls' h'cad when a phologra Ipher' aWlngsidc yelled to him '"t I drive his opponent. over to the I ropes, for ;a picture. He then IciilAily obliged, smashing the pri- lj(ate 'Into •.a corner and holding [Jiim there with a volley of punish- I ing-blows until the photographer I got •', his. picture. In later rounds tbth;men lirert but Hcndricks carried-the--.fight to Besawiek and Iwcta-thc verdict with his damaging I cqunter-i punching. '. : ;.. Hollier Wins by K.O. ._Scrgl..Joc..l[olt2cr of the 100th, I fighting for the first time in a I ring.'defeated Corp. Carl Bennett I ot Newport hy a TKO when one I or-'his southpaw hooks smashed the-visitor's nose and lip, forcing The Soldier's Friend Friend and Samaritan in time of distress, the American Red Cross, as the volunteer agency created and supported by the dollars and goodwill of Hie American iwoplc, extends a helping hand to the man In the Service who happens to be In tough luck. A field director is oa duly at many Army stations. He can gst prompt information nnd action anywhere In the country through the nationwide organization of county chapters of Ihc Red Cross. In this column the field director at the niythcvilte Army Air Field discusses 'ex am pies of his work with full protection of the confidence of those who consult him. BY FRED I,. SWAN, Field Director American Red Cross Colonel Landon Has New Title- He A Real 'Arkansas' Traveler' 5 PC * Col. Kui'l M. Liuuloii, coiiimHiHlmg olficer ol' the Hlythe- ville Army'Air Kick), WHS formally and ofl'idally commissioned iin Ai'kan.sns Traveler iiiul Ambassador of Guod Will, and tliu iiiuiiilicr.s of Aviation Cadet Class <i;i-K were miide Adoirtetl Sons of Arkansas, by Oov. Homei' M. Adkins, at the close ol' his address as speaker of Ihe day al graduation exercises here today. The colonel's new Illl ferred, the uovei'uor explained, "by Graduation slights . .. Col. Kurt M. ijiuidon, coinmuml- ing officer of Ihe Blythcvlllc Army Air Field, was formally and offl- wings of Uie Army Air Corps pilot dally commissioned an Arkansas "J r Colonel I/melon, were iidoplcd 'n-avelcr anil Ambassador of Good . °V ">e governor wllli Ihc dccilnrn- , iiulhority vested in (he chief executive of (he stnle by act ol the Leg- Islalnre Iwo years ago, sjlvliis Ihc Kovernoi 1 this menus of recognlKlng oul.stnn(||n K public service." 'Hie eiulels, sworn In as oecond liciilenanis of Ihe United Slates Army and pii'scnled (he silver \Vill by (Jov. Homer M. Adkins at the close of Ills address as speaker of the day al eailct graduation exercises yesterday. The governor declared lie was acting by authority vested in the chief executive o( the slate by act of the legislature two years ago, to give the governor a means of recognizing oulslundlng public service." Caplaln Juliiin A. Lindscy, in his Invocation which opened Ihc graduation ceremonies, addressed the cadets, who were graduating as Army Air Corps officers and plols, as "crusaders for decency and right," with Ihe task of acting as heir families know how to use Red Cross aid if an irises at home. emergency As more married men arc inducted, the wartime problems on Ihe home front become more numerous. A man sick from worry ibout-conditions at home can't be a good soldier. Often his cnuse . r or worry could be erased if members of Ills fam- that C ros.s ready to help. Here is a case in which the family did understand. Soon after an tee arrived caini>, he .eaino to the Red Cross office. "My par- Mr. Swan cuts, sislcr and wife live together, but they're all in poor health and :can't work. 1 was. the only wage j earner and my allotment liasn't.' come through yet. 1 don't know what they are going lo do," he said. A telegram from our office lo the Red Cross Chapter in the town where the family lived brought this reply: "Visit made to home. Conditions pitiful. Father bedridden four years. Mother deaf and dumb. Wife of soldier sickly but trying lo care for them. Assure solder Red Cross is standing by and will provide Ihc necessary care and niainlenance for his family." If the family had known about Red Cross services, this soldier would have been saved a lot of worry. To meet these growing war- trntli." "Give us unshakable failh." •rayed the chaplain, "lhal our cause will reserve for Ihe welfare of man." Three generations of' soldiers were reresenlcd at the graduation exercises, by First Lieut. Alphonsus J. Donahue Jr., a student officer; his son, Alphonsns J. III. 20 months old; and the lieutenant's father, a .manufacturer of Milforci, Conn., who was a company commander in the famous Fighting O'Jth Regiment of New York City, and who now lias the rank of colonel, retired. The lieulesant's wife and mother both were present. lion that he wus expressing (lie will of llic people of Ma -state "If In Uie stormy wealhcntlioad." he said, "you cannot focus your -honglils clearly on closer lies, Ihlnk of us, llic people of Arkiin- iiis. Our own native sons, like you. nc first of all Americans. The :hsl team you are about In Join s a Unllcd Slates team, (lie U S. A. A. !•'. "We in Arkansas will be will 1 you 2,000,01)0 strong. You will ciir- ry you our admiration am affection, nnd we shall reap re- flcdcd glory from the glorious victories lhal you will win. wish it were |»isslble for me bring you Ihe congratulations ol the 41 states from which yoi liaP. I cannot do this; but I cm presume to speak for each of tin governors of your native slulc and to say Unit yon have the ad miration and affection of all the home folks." Addressing the men of the flftl class of aviation cadets lo gradual lliis year al the Ulylhevillc Flcl us pilots of bomber-type aircraft jr, .' ,i •••• - it - •• " |i,uiij. i \j i,Lt.^i. iiiuoi; KIUUIIJK »m- Him to give up the fight. Bennett , t .| mc responsibilities, the Red Cross Alphonsns J. Donahue III, resplendent in a replica of his father's uniform pilot's wings silver bars and all stalked across Ihc width of the hall al the rear where only a few noticed, while attention was focused upon the stage where Colonel, Landijn jvas presenting silver wings'--!^'Ihe cadets as they filed onlo the stage. Little AlphoiiMis was intent upon little Miss Virlginia Claire Walters, la months old daughter of Mndison J. wallers, who was up there receiving his wings. The little boy and girl faced each other a moment. Then they kissed one another—just like that. Looking on with delight was the little girl's grandfather, C. R. Nelson Sr., of Chicago, father of the lieutenant's wife. _ on the Blylhevillelhas budgeted 05 per cent of its ' S | ™,, telun ot 1938 and 1933,. 1943 War Fund for services lo the a willing slugger and dealt Little Miss Walters recognized the. silver wings on Ihe uniform coat of little Alphonsus. "Oh," she exclaimed, and If they hadn't been pinned on tightly, she'd have had them. I HoH'zer 'considerable damage until I the latter landed his destructive punch. Both men arc heavy- armed forces. Red Cross Home Service facilities arc available to families of servicemen through 3,755 Red Cross Chapters and their 6,000 branches, localed in practically every county In the United Stales. If your family is In trouble, .. ... . ..— there's no point in your feeling I round of another action-packed | helpless about what you can do. Ibout., Reynolds, making his debut Tell your field director. We'll get K.O. by Reynolds |v Pv.t. : J: E. Reynolds, novice wel- terwcjght. knocked out Pvt. Jay . of Newport in the third I in the ring, showed his soulh- I paw. wares to advantage as he bat- I fcrcd his foe from post to post. I He 'knocked siegal down for a I count of nine in the first round I and ithcn punished him with heavy Tights and lefts to the jaw until (the gallant Newport lad went down. 1 , Spann by Decision L Pvt. I. : E. Spann, fighting after I only three days trainm?, also | knocked down his opponent, Ser- Igcant Emerson of Newport, for n in touch with your home Red Cross Chapter which will take steps to start help rolling. Mcanwliile. we'll keep you iiostcd here at camp. If your mother is ill, the local chapter can obtain medical care, and—if necessary—pay for it. If your wife needs help with a business .problem, if your children need glasses or dental care—give your local chapter n chance lo help. It can arrange for all such scrvies— and many others—but naturally, A dark haired little girl lustily sang n solo, when the 351sl Army Air Forces Band played "Over There." 1 She was oblivious to the crowd. She wasn't singing for them, anyway. The song was a favorite of hers and it was easy lo see she was indulging in a satisfying outpouring of the sou\ in response la familiar nnd pleasing music PORTS * NOTES O'Sulllviin, Ihe 2(ilh's new plteh- i. Is one of (he besl .sotllmll huvl- rs on Ihe Kleld. In the estlina- lon of his opponcnl.s. Me has- n ast bull and eun put plenty ot Hill on his chungi' of inure dellv- •rles. He lops Ihl.s vvllh I'lidiir- mce nnd n cool head, Newly ar- ived at (his .station, he luiMi't had inn' lo help his learn much diirlni; lie I'Hsi Imlf of the Inler-smiiid- •nn Koflbnll League, but ho sliould JC a roil asset dmlnu Ihe second mlf which begin.'; soon. * * * llianlley, catcher lor Ihe sa cmn. Is one of the most carii >l:iycr.\ on Ihu Field. lli< sweats )l(K!i| wlicn his Miuiul Is behind. And Is he dlsjjuslcd If they lose! t + • Hloue, plleher for Uie TOIsl Iciini, is cine of I IIP biggest reasons why iHilfll Is on tup In llic leiiuiie mlliiBM. He Is an elllclenl mouiidsmiin. and can hll so well llml he bills'hi tht third spot, liel- UT yet, lie has a keen knowledne uf the game and Is a constant thorn In the iipiio-iillmi's side.- He outnesses (hem more often than "Kill-But Survive!" * * * + * * Men Arc Tuuglil 7«;sl For Coinhal; Tougher. Tactics, Fiercer Weapons Avoid Former .Sacrifice Of I'/ivcs »v I'I:TI. NliA Shift Ciil'H'slMmilnlt I'OIIT OF KMIIAKIUTION, Sun Krnnelsai. mill. ._ The conclusion, nflor u (our or linll H do^cn iinny ciuiips lo ivnlili U. S. liooiw of cvi'iy nnn In every .sluttn ul irnlii- liift and on ddcl iimni'iivcrs— ll's u n«iiil iinny. If yun will iH'imll nn old soldier ol I hi! lust nrmy one Clash or re- inlnlsi-i'mr-.ims is u ilnru MKlit bcllcr Iluni llnu of lon-ia. H Is belli'] dolltetl, led, equipped, ollla'ivO. tnilned. II Is condiliun, Inrliullnu a higher level of education inui lieiin 1 miiruie. It is a win'klni; ininy In overalls. who are off lo Jol: he Aces of Tunisia for Uie mud iBBcr sliow Ihat soon will begin;" jovcinor Adkins said lhat wilh- n another 12 months the Ah' forces of the United Slates Army will be the most speclacular and' .errilying uild the most dcsriicltyc' force lliat man could possibly coii- "It must be satisfying, and cllliiij," tht governor said, "to know Hint you are to become pnrl of the tilantlc force ' upon whose wings' and shoulders may well rest Ihc destiny • of the world." "You've (jot what 11. taken In the moiit exacting nml- deiimiidlnu job The truck lenm flopped . . . not because of disinterest on the part of members of Ihc squall, but because It was Impossible! lo schedule mccls with teams In this vl- clntly. College truck has binm hll by Uie war and llic resnllaul manpower sliorlngc. The happiest man on Hie field when (lie ba.sebull lemn was or- llitiii/.ccl was Scrgt. Muck McWhor- Icr, win) would have been the Milwaukee Hicwers' Hist Irascmun this year If illtlcr hadn't caused change In his plnns. The lanky physical Instructor lives and bU'uthe.s for the imllonul pasllmc. Tlic Negro soldiers may not be the best Boftball players on Ihc Field but they get more kick out of Uie sport than any of the others do. It's a real (rent lo wulc these men piny. They bat, lid. uiut pilch enthusiastically anil none of lliein ever gives up even :.... Ihe score Is lop-sided. And what ex _ a tlirlll nil of them gel oul of un- II looks n lot belter in the field limn II dues In Iho l'i-iH:ii;0!i build- Ing In Wiishlnnloii, I), 0.. nnd I lial Is 11 Illlle kin! In explain because Mimcwlu're In llu; 1'i'innuoii ldlnn urlis environs Ihere mm!. some bruins who plunnnl It Hint viiy. An army as good us this one .s couldn't Just spi'lni; up fioni .he hushes like llic mlnnlc men ol Li'xlngloji nnd Concord. Tuicinn the Imlnlni; of lumps rom Intepllon lo einliuvkiillon llnuii\;]] n string of camps am f.osls Irnin mi liuluellim mid re- ,ilnceiiieiil cenlt'r m Port llii Ky., through a division Untiling cenh'r ul Foil miss ,'l'cx,, thruuid [lie IJeseil Truliilng Center sprawling across lD,0(j(l sipuue miles o Caillornlii nnd !l,()l)ij .sriunrc mile: of ArUoini, on (li!'0ii|;li the mini caled sttujliiu men In the Sin 1'1'miclscu port of ciiibiirluilioii, it Is possible lo miike out Ihe put- tern of an army rduciittmml sys- lem lhat lor IhornnghncsK and effectiveness puls Ihe clvlllim school systems lo .iliiiine In ninny rcspecls. CltlM l,i:SSON As ii Klndci'gurlcii, the Armored Force Keplucemcnl Triilntim Center ul Fort Kno.x Is purhiips typical. MiiJ, Oen. chin li:s I,. Scull, who commands (his school 1ms as Ills usually eood plays! Ami whnt n stonn of derision they loose iiiion the- tinfortutinlc liidlvklual who iniilfs n catch or slrlke.s outl * * * Some of tbc .soldiers of ,our ndrlal./.wnvfar.e"-'ihf .. Kiilcl. "AiKl^yoii cnn luke with you the knowledge lhal. people, the land tind the resources ol Arkansas all me yenrcd fur win' and working at it day and night. "I want you men to know thai the slulc In which you woii your wings and from which you will no (o battle Is producing minimi the clock to back you up." j incr Thomas Jr. The colonel is chief of stuff of his division. Armour C. Howcn Jr., of Memphis, was commissioned In the presence of :i family group. Those present included his fiilhcr and niollicr; Ills grnndparcnls, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowrance, Sr.; his uncle and nuiil, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowrance Jr., of Driver, Ark.; and his uncle and mint, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lownuicc of Memphis. Friends of the family. Mr. mid-Mrs. Mllbiirn K. Nocll of Memphis, also were there. Mr. liowen Sr., was n fir.sL lien- tenant In the Army in World Wnr No, S. nine-count in • Ihc first round of. wl'clhcr the Red Cross foots the their fight, and won by a decision. kill depends on your family's need, fe'pahn. n .lightweight, had an im- Tc " J : ° llr family that- the Red orthodox style of. righting that looked awkward, but produced results. He had little trouble with athe non-com and won the decision [t>y:R good majority. Saengcr Wins Easily Pfc. Fred Sacngcr, middleweight, disposed of Private Storti of Newport by .a, decision after he had floored his guest three limes. Sacn- ger, exhibiting boxing skill and punching power, carried Ihc fight to hk foe nnd won by a large | margin. . " Strong Has Bad Break ., Newport's only victory came when Pvt. B. Fonlenet, lightweight, won B TKO over Sgt. I. E. Strong. Fpntcncl had a big edge over the Blythcvlllc boy In experience and battered him to the canvas twice. Strong taught bravely but was out on His feel when the .fight was ilopped by the referee In the sec| onn round. In the; first fight of the evening Prva e A Holcomb, welterweight, 1 defeated his rugged Newport rival TO' .9 .narrow margin when the judges decided the local soldier's bows carried more steam than did his opponent's. •.-. j t^ 1 ? 011 , Bur i° n ' mal " orderly I) and boxing Instructor of the Bly- T theville Army Air Field, was referee. Mike Mcroncy, veteran Blytheville wrestling promoter, aided In Ihc arrangemcnU for the matches. ReM Courier New* want Cross is ready to help them at any time. Opening Dance In New Dining Room Decoration nf the new dining room of the Noncommissioned Officers Club will be completed i'i time for the Informal dance which will be held there lontghl, according to First Scrgt. Paul L. Yost, president of the organization. The new dining room is the mast spacious of the four rooms which comprise Ihc quarters of the club 111 the Glcncbc Hotel. Feature attraction of the evening will be the awarding of three five-minute long dlMancc calls to any point within the continental United States. Members entering between 7 and 10 o'clock will register at the desk. Awards will be made at 10 o'clock. Music for the dance will be provided by an orchestra composed of members of the AAF Band. Another little girl lost interest in the program when Staff Sciyt. Jesse Clements, a boxing instructor in the Physical Training Department, showed her the scales on which the members of Ihe boxing team arc weighed. Gelling weighed was more interesting than watching one cadet after anotlier salutc the colonel nnd receive his wings. : ^ltj| Are all Wanes pretty nnd vivacious? This one was. She was there In her snappy uniform with corporal's chevrons. She pinned llic silver wings to the uniform of her husband, Lieut. Marlin Dorchcrt, of Stuttgart, Ark. Junior Leader Borchert ( that's VVAAC for corporal), is on duty in New York. Doing what? It's a military secret! Col. Cramer Thomas of the 79lh Division, on maneuvers in Tennessee, pinned the wings and bars lo the uniform of Second Lieut. Kra- Subdepot Employes Have Dance Party Snudcpot employees danced inn attended by 28 dcpaii'mt Thursday night In their quarters heads. Tor fencing classes to get unclcr- xvay.-, The foils and masks have been available for sometime now i)iit l lack of an Instructor seems tu be holding things up. The sports editor of the "Maiden Breeze," official camp ncws- urn! lo get. some pleasure out of II, If possible." General b'colt compl;iftis llialj the new men coining intii llic army me still loo complacent, Indl- ciUiln; thai till; clvlllnn popuhillim Is not even yet nrmiscd lo the rcnlillcs of this win 1 . It Is Ihu Job of (he iinny schools lo instill flght- Int! spirit into Ihe men. Primary school is Iho 13 weeks of bnslc Inihilin; which nil new soldiers net. Then, when the men lire nsslgneil lo divisions, there fnl- low.s Iho grndc seliooilng ill (lie company. The solilei-.s are taught all the Irlcks of Ihe tnule of war. Oen. paper of the Army Air Field llicrc,' cieorgo C. Mnrslmll once sul'il lluii is entlmslasUc over the ability of it has liiken nry men — the Pariicll, .soulhpaw act; of u/VAI 1 ' muster tacticians and generals IJascball Team. Seems the Dlytlie- who liuve fought all the wars lhal ville nine gave the Missourlmis a have gone before—all these tcn- drnbblng In a reccnl game at Maiden and Parncll wus'no small factor in Ihe le-siillliig n-o score. The moumlsan formerly was the properly of Ihe IWstoii Kcit Sox and pitched for Rochester In llic American Association. • * • Members of the 351st Army Air Forces Druid 'like Softball heller than any other sport. They like il so well that tiicy have orgnnl/cd two learns whleli play each other regularly and also have a ; in the inlcr-squadron league. OITIn'is hnvn ul>si>i'vi!il Unit men .viilvrhiK lliis Army lire cumiilacci'it anil lm-k n y.tsl fur iitiysli'ill combat. Unl flic IlKliUiiK spirit Is ilcvcl- i>ped In triilnliii; surl\ as Ibis Initlli' niyiil aniimii- iinlential ItatiKCrs ill Tort itlciidr, Md. . . i-atccl oiltsldo Ihc fnclory of 11 jni' automobile or Industrial iiliml. H rini.s In two i;hlils, from Ii n. in. lo I) ]>. in. Wnlchlng a bomber school nl. Dnvls-Moutliiin Field, Tucson, Ail/.,, where crews for tho big H-2-1 Citn- sollilaled bombers lire Indued In teamwork, you see Mils multiple shift ciliicullon carried even further. School gncs on :!4 lionrs n dny here, nnd Ihe bombers me In the air every minute possible, to Bet imixlmum ulllr/.nllon for a mlnlimim of "classroom" eiiulji- : given the best weapons Uiat ,^ t ,;-,;; ",„„-, T, In" pr rU ;^,Mifcrsr"r™i- Ii "°" t -^^ L ^^^ Club, engaged the musicians lo come ngalii In alwut three weeks for another dance. L,. R. licnvcrs, s hop s n peri n- Icndenl, who is leaving Ihc Sub- depot, nnd Mrs, Beavers, were gne'sls of honor. They nlso were guests nl a dinner at the Iliisllc nt NIC Women's Club lo llic music of the drums, saxophone, clarinet, cornet, trumpet nnd piano of the Black Diamonds, a Negro orchestra from Memphis. Everybody had such i\ good time lhal Arlia E. Clark. Subdepot chief clerk nnd president of the turlc.s lo lenrn I lull a dead or n disabled soldier is of mi use. Generals wantonly sacrificed lives before. The modem dnclrine is lo protect the lives nf the soldiers, to keep Ilicm fit to flghl. nnd keep on fighting. To keep men lighting, they must be given the cnn those ons given Mils army today, limit (lie cijiilpmenl ,urc so vastly sn- icrlnr to tlmse of Ihc lust wnr :herc l.s no comparison, nut that eads l<i the demand for more schooling nnd llic training of many .pcclnllsls. CLASSES IN SHIFTS For eximiple, there Is the Armored Force School nl Fort Knox. commanded by Hrlg. Gen. Joseph Holly. Today, II Is the largesl technical school in Amcricn. giving vu- cational training In motors nnd ordnance Hint could not be dupll- TlittrL- Is college training for wnr when all of lliesc smaller units of specliiltsls are brought tbgclhor for the training of divisions and Ihe eoiiperallon bntwceii Ihe various brunches of the service—Infantry wllh armored forces, with artillery, with nliciafl, with antl-ali 1 - crait. You see Ihl.s In maneuvers which are wmslanlty being ciirrliMl on at llic big (mining centers like Fort KIIOJC nnd Fort Bliss. They are not (lie phoney, simulated maneuvers thiil were used In training lor the lust war, either. They arc- lough battle pracllces, with live ammunition, overhead fire and all Ihc realities nnd hardships of win- lire from an enemy. University (ruining for this new iinny ciinics at places like thu Desert TralnhiK Center In California mid Arl/.ona, whore 100,000 • men or more can be put through • eoursL's which carry (ruining for " wnr us fur as It cnn bu carried in (lie United aialcs. . G. I.'s Rate Magazines Wlinl nro the most popular mnea- xlm.'s In a .soldici 1 llbrnryV "Life", Ihe picture, mima/.lne, Is first, .nc- cot'dlnu lo Miss Sunshine lloyd, post libriirlun, Technlefil iiingnxlncs conic second wllli "Aero" first on the list, followed by "Popular Science" and "Popular Mechanics.'' Soldiers here also like "The Siit- urdiiy livening Post," "colliers." and Uie "Renders' Digest." Read Courier News want «d» Etvin Ingrim, for cm an i>( (lie windmill In Ihc. engineering department, Is vice president of Ihe Club. Miss Flo Lumber!, of Snbdepol Supply, Is secretary and treasurer. Read Courier WCWB want ads A sliirtent bombardier nol only learns all about his bombsiglil and airplane but also to send and receive code, InsUnlly identify all aircraft and surface vessels, and to administer emergency first aid. The production of all petroleum liquids may be llmiled In some states due to pipeline prorntion. PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Beat Prices . Kirby Drug Stores Try our "Own Made" Ice Cream Ole Hickory Inn Acron tnm H!*h 8eb*M Compkt« Stock Sled »nd Elastic TRUSSES Save 50% STEWART'S Drof St«r« Maln&Lak* Phone 2822 Officers' U n i fo r in s Cnnipxre Ihc fabric , a n<| workmanship nf these fine, carmcnls before buyinf;! Heller ({louses .............. ;i7.7f> Trousers ........ i;j7;; ' ......... .... ........ .i.'i.7-, Summer Trousers ........... 7.n|| Summer Shirts ........... . , [ s/JO FITJ'KI) HY Doctors J. L «nd J. C GUARD OPTOMETRISTS IN BLVTIIGVII.I.F. SINCE 1022 Auto Repairs Expert Mechanics on All Makes and Models. Also Truck and Tractor Repairs. Lee Motor Sales Th. 513 Earl Slonc, Shop Ftreman 107 E. Miiin fiPTICRL STORE 209 W. Main St. I'hone 291i TIRK KKCAPriNG SERVICE , . . ScilicrliiiR Factory Slct No Ccrlificiiic Kcqnlrcrt l^l^,^CllRC^ Carii. Quick, al)lc Service. LOY EICH PIMM On The. Modern Icn Box G'OOLKKATOR Fur Kconomy »nd Service. Tom Little Hwde. Co. FtODB III 24-HOUR SERVICE Export. Repair Work on Gent'ral Motors CarH. IANGSTON-WROTEN COMPANY IV(lK«7 & Walnut Ph. iJJ SMALL LOANS O* Anflhln ( •( V»|H. Eart Main Loan Co. SM I Main _ FtMiM MM In n vlul i;i,tcrl«l for imuc. Sjvo 11 hy living jour tiliocH rebuilt, liuro mirl hclii tha w»t olfuiL and MVB money. HflLT€RS QUflLITY SHOC SHOP 121 W. MflIN ST. I I WR FILL ALL DOOTOBB* PRESCRIPTIONS ANII SAVE YOU MONKI STEWART'S Drug Store Main & Lake Phone 282Z Knr Hvcry Occasion . .. Knneral designs,- wcildmjj flowers, cor- IKE FLOWER SHOP WK til.ENCOE HOTEL BlUU. 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