The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 28, 1950 · Page 2
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*AOT TITO BH'i'HBVILT,B, (ARK.) COTmTKR N15WS HOBDAY juriB H, f900 Reporter Tells of 1942-45 Life At Airbdsein Southern Japan 'By TOM WMKERT < AN AMERICAN AIRBASB IN SOUTHERN JAPAN, June 28. (AP) —walking Into this alrbase today Is like walking bao klnto 1942-45. Thus nerve center for air operations and base for tighter* !» on a war footing—with some strictly non-war modifications. There are move men here wcar- ng sldearms than there> were at many wartime bases. In the briefing rooms It's 1942-43 all over again. A slim, hard-eyed major tells transport pilots to take off at split, minute intervals. "And you'll have fighter covet from the time you sight the place until you leave," he adds. ' . Over in a fighter squadron ready : room, its green front marked bold- I ly and vividly by the black panther. insignia of the outfit, perspiring pilots Just back from fighter cover missions talk and.gesture as excitedly as they used tp do at Guadalcanal or in England or North Africa. Out on the airstrip there are fighters with their gun ports scorched and blackened by lire which poured through them. In a snack bar, transport pilots talk wearily over cups of coffee about their relief at knowing the fighters were around when they landed, loaded and took off from Kimpo or Suwon. "But," one of them says, "those B-26's are crazy—and one of those goofy jet pilots scared the life out of me when he pulled right underneath me." That certainly sounded like 194245. . There are odd features also. There are Japanese guards around buildings cobwebbed • with radar and other mysterious looking apparatus. Pilots step from ready rooms into latest model automobiles. Those cars should be jeeps or weapon carriers or trucks to make the war picture complete. At the base clubs, bare-shoulrier- 'ed women eat quietly with hus- bands'who B few hours earlier rode lighters through Korean skies, their fingers on mnchlnegun triggers. But ihe Sedans and the Japanese guards and the women don't offset these scorched giinports or movies showing American pilots shooting down Communist airplanes or' fliers talking .about painting red. stars on th« fuselages of their planes. Earl Nail Will Attend Meeting Of Educators Karl Nail, principal of Hlythevllle Junior High School, will represent Blythevllle teachers at the 88th annual meeting of the National Education Association in St. Louti July 3-7, NBA headquarters announced today. The assembly, representing a record membership of the organization, will be the largest In the his tory of the association. Approxl-Xmerlcan children. mately 3,300 delegates chosen bj : state and local associations are expected to attend. Delegates will be present from every state and from the territories of Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico to participate In the discussion of problems confronting the leaching profession and the educational welfare of children. Sectional meetings voted to standards will be de- for teacher preparation, the development of moral and spiritual values In public school education, mental health In schools, relations of school and public, the administration of rural education, and the effect of television, radio and comic books upon the health and cultural life /of Jfods Halting Asked IPOH, Malaya—W*}—More troops. police, a commander-ln-chlef and even martial law may be needed before Malaya can hope to end Communist terrorism, said a well known British planter. He called for "drastic action." "There Is no doubt that we stand In the path ot the Communist, onslaught We must either stem that onslaught or ptrlsh In th« attempt," declared J. S. Ferguson, president of the Central Peralt Planting Association. Gandhi, Wifi Deified NEW DELHI —</Pi— Mohandas Gandhi and his wife, Kasturbha, have been tlelfled In the Hindu holy city of Banaras (Benares), situated on the sacred Ganga (flanges) rlv- A temple has been completed enshrining life-site marble statuet of the couple. They stand side by »ld« In postures recalling their farhout cross-country march near Bombay In 1931 to defy salt laws of the' government. Thirteen upper Mississippi Vallsy states supply about, hall of America's eggs. USK TUB FOR RESERVOIR—Tiie only way the Norman Perry family of Akron, O., can get water Is to hose it In from a neighbor's home. Their landlord has not paid the water bill and the city will not turn on the water unyway until the pipes are repaired. The landlord cannot be found. Mrs. Perry and sons, Donald, 12, and Raymond, 7, flre shown collecting a day's supply In pans and the bathtub. (AP Wirenhoto) Mother of Quints To Awaken Today NEW ORLEANS, June 28. <AP)— When Albert ha Allen awakens today she will be told she ijttve bivlh quintuplets but all five died within five hours, The 28-year-old Negro mother hns been kept In a drugged .ilecp since the three boys and two girls, ranging in weight froth nine to 12 ounces, were born at Charity Hospital yesterday. An attending phy.sician said only one lived to breathe. Prohibition Problems GOA, Portuguese India Is establishing A dry belt along its frontiers to help Bombay state citizens' obey their new prohibition law, The government here has announced that no" wine or liquor shops may be. established within three kilo- metres of the Bombay- Goa border. Shops al re ad y doi ng . busin ess 111 ha\e to close or move Into years Imprisonment and a f 1,680 fine. If a motorist is convicted the second time on any one of 12 different traffic violations, he faces R five year prison sentence nnd revocation of his driving license for nil time, From 20 to 30 persons are kilted in automobile accidents monthly ' In Israel. The seriously Injured ruu between 40 anti 50 persons. Israel Finds War I Bomb JERUSALEM—(/T*)—The ministry of communications is crackinp down on Israel's reckless drivers to halt-the rising death rate on highways. The Knesset (parliament) has jnsi» given- the green light to. the ministry to vigorously prosecute all .traffic offenders. Sentences nre going, to he stiff. Reckle.-is drivers, for their first offense, may get a maximum of two Baseball Aids Teacher BASEBALL AIDS TEACHER -12 BINOHAMTON, N. Y., — W>) Miss Josephine Lynch, who ends 48-year career as a school this June, has a tip lor young teachers who have trouble with their boy students. "You'd better like baseball. If you want to get along with boys," she says. She's a Brooklyn Dodger fan, herself. Glenn, graceful linen— K learning •. chromium filtingi exclusive flush-to- itl fit—model* with "divided" or "cluster" style to chromium-howled lamp. Automatic clock control— Interval Inner— elevating deep well uniL for 33} £% mora cooking mirfnce—7 different bent speed*. Cotna in and se« It—NOWl 7 Heavenly New Medals Easy terms if desired priced as low at Evwy Gssliy | Applinut Is From th* WMMU'S A»(U Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday from the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk.: Lee Spencer. Jr. and Miss Dorothy Jean Bush, bolh of Blytheville. For hospitality... Over the 4th celebrate with Coke and good food. A picnic's fun! SPEEDOMETER REPAIR SERVICE DICK OSBORNE FURNITURE 126 E. Main p hone 3221 I WE ARE NOW IN A POSITION TO GIVE SPEEDOMETER REPAIR SERVICE With. Factory Warranty—Guaranteed Sam* as New on Every Make Car 1-DAY SERVICE T.I.SEAY MOTOR Co. 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