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BLYTHEVILLE ARMY AIR CORPS NEWS -tl t VOLUME 1—NO. _H1.YTJ1KVILI,K, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, MAY 10, THE BLYTHEV1LI.E ARMY A1K CORPS NEWS Published daily except Sundays In Hie Interest ol Ihc personnel of l!ic Army Air Forces Advanced Two Engine Flying School of Ulylhevillc, by l))c ISlylhcvllle Courier News. II contains Iliu news ol tho Air Base. |U. S. Gains Five New Citi/ens As Court Naturalizes Soldiers l-'ive enlisted men ol.lhc lilylhc- vllle Army Air Field reiicmnctil allegiance to (oui 1 foreign countries end became citizens o( llic United Slates la.sl wcrk at a naluriiliftilkm hearing in Federal Court at Jonesboro. They arc: Corp, Joseph M, Mon- astcrlo, Pvt. Gtiy M. Tnrdif mid rvt. Oiling K. Wu, of the 702nd Squadron; Scryt. Charles Lcaeli ot Hi?. 703rd Snuadron and Corp. Ralph W. Jamicson of llic 701th Squadron. Both Corporal Jinnieson and Private Tardif were horn in tlic Province of New Brunswick, Canada, although they have lived In Hits country since early childhood. The corporal was Inducted July 28 and is a cook at one o( the consolidated Mess Halls. Private Tardif was inducted July 10 nnd is servicing twin-engine bomber-type aircraft ns?d by the cadets here in advanced flight training. Prh'.-Uc CliitiE 1C. Wii was bom in China and has been livitig in tills country three years, lie studied aircraft engineering lor several .vrnrs in uhlnn, G'ajchoslovnkia, hngluml ancl Italy and besides his native China can siwak live Imn;- uasie.s. He was indiicicd Nov. 19. Corporal Mona.strlo was born al •Avillcs, Spain. Jan 7, IDta, hut came to this country with his parents at [he age of tin-re. Inducted April 28, Kl'12, lie is a cook al the cadet im'.ss. Hcrgc-inil l, c acli is a native, of Australia but bus been living" In" tliis country must. O f his life. 'I'll? five men hail taken out their first papers before entering Iho .service. .'Jhcy were rlfjjlble to apply for ciliHcnship under a Federal low which states that imndlkciis serving in the Army or the United States iniiy apply for citizenship ir they have completed three months of service in MIC armed forces. Certificate.', of naturalization were granted tallowing u hearing al Joiifsboro. Witnesses ror [he new citizens were dipt. Henry E. Weil and First Uciit. Henry II. Tolusso. Liberator Bombers Over Jap Island i. •linotoad llbciatoi bomliii oui Jap held Mum M md In tin I adlic afki the loiifciM nciliil task force mission of Ihc .war In which they hit 11. e Island sle/.ed by Jup., last August for Important Phosphate works and nil-port which guards outer defenses of Jn|)-lii>lfl .Triik Islnml. (7th Air Force photo from NBA lelcpliolo). His Squadron Fails To Equal Rivals, So Lieutenant Eats Slcak Viral Lieut. Wiiilon L. Walsh, adjutant lo Medical Ucnlclnncnl, enjoyed a steak dinner complete with all the trimmings, at the ex- pnse of First Sergeant Paul L. Yosl of Hie Guard Squadron. Sergeant Yosl recently bet tlic officer a steak (tinner that his outfit would buy more bonds than the Medics. Lieutenant Walsli readily accepted the:wager, for the Medics have ahvays be:n entluisiuslic subscribers lo the jjovc-.nmenl securities. In due time Sergeant Yosl telephoned the officer. "•How many of your men have signed for bonds? lie asked "All bul two," replied .Lieutenant Walsh. "We haven't gotten around to ibcm yet because, they're o pass." The first sergeant .wnllon-ccl hard. '1 hen, "Sir," lie said, "you win vour stenk." And never dill a steak taste so good, declared the lieutenant, Said Sergeant, "Well, lie won it fair and square, darn it." Oops Chew New Taj;s CON-JORD, N. n. (UP)--Sometimes a good idea backfires. City Ctcik Ai'inur Roby substitulctl plastic lays for the usual metal do" disks this year. Now he wants to know what to do to keep the dogs ironi chewing up their new ta<-s Young Lawyer l ? foni Syracuse Seeking Wings She Goes Boom! , it, 1943, Chicago Sun Photo From NEA) Out of the mouth of a circus cannon shoots 18-year-old Victoria Zacchini, who is lilling in as a human cannon ball now that her '.-' brothers, Hugo and Mario, are in the Army. FU1MNY BUSLXESS sed (o be in (he Navy niici that's his idea of tlie way ; --«--•. tq^pitcli a tcrjd.l'l.^^a^ azar ^--^" : " : ~ : ''~'' Avatlon C.-ulcl Hilborl 1. Greenstone eraduuled, from- law scliool last year ancl opened an office in Syracuse, N. Y.-, bill soon applied and was iicccpted us an aviation cadet. Now he is Inking, advanced flight training n t the Ulythcville Army Air Held, Hying twin-engine training • boinuer aircraft, nnd in eight weeks lie will receive. his 'ings mill n commission In the Air Corjjs. Cndcl Greenstone is looking forward to tlie day when he will return to liis office, iu Syracuse' to resume the practice of law. Bul In tlic meantime there's a big job to lie clone and lie: means lo be right In the middle,of things when the,big push to victory begins. Cndcl Greenstone is the : son of Mr. and Mrs.'Abraham Greenstone', 301 iSlHjilc St., Syracuse. Policing The Grounds Staff Scret. D. C. Fowlston was -lot first in line for chow ror Iwo consecutive days. Fellow members or the Medical Dclachmcnl wondered why. Then they'. learned Ihat ic was on thrce-diiy puss. Tech. Sergt, William H. Tompson, ncchanic in charge or motor vehicles, is the most ardent baseball fan on the Posl.-And he doesn't )iay favorites. He eagerly follows lie day-to-day records of every :eam in the Nationul, American, uid Southern Leagues. Speaking of baseball, Send, Mack •Baldy" McWhortcr, ph3-.5ic.il Instructor and former pro first base- nan, has the fever. lie's KO anxious o get a wallop nl the horschide hai he sees box scores in his beams. The best tan on the post is Ilial or Lieut, Cecil Pinner, junior physical director. It's a Florida tan. He acquired 'it at Officers Candi- late School at Miami lie.ich . Sergt. Guy Ladoceur got married Monday and is giving up his civil liberties. When one of his pals suggests they indulge in some accustomed masculine pastime Ln- doccur says with a virtuous air, 'My wile doesn't like for me to do tilings like Hint." The sickest, soldiers on the field ire the H members ot the Medical Detachment who were promoted May 1 and then had to give up their ratings when it was learned that no advancements in rank could be made [his month. Some of them already had their new stripes sewed on. •Candidate Vincent Ii. Hughes, who was first sergeant or the old 609th Squadron, Is due lo receive his commission as a second lieu- Icnanl on May 25, at the Olticers Candidate School al Fargo, N D Ex-Top Kick Hughes is worried for fear he won't be senl back lo the Mi- Forces, but will be assigned os an administrative officer In another branch. Thai seems to be the way it goes at an Army Administration School, unless ' u j s possible to get a War Department order. • Capt, John A. Martin, commanding officer of the 26th Flying Training Group, has been assigned additional duty nt Rsnge Officer to succeed Second Lleul George H. Glanlz, who will devote all of his time lo his duties as 'assistant ordnance officer. PRESCRIPTIOHS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores A.A.F. School Runs A Daily Deep In Texas MARFA, Te*. (UP) — A'specltil war news summary wirelessed from Washington lias enabled liie AAP Advanced Plying School here In this sparsely-populated region to begin publishing the only,, daily newspaper in an area twice tlie size of New England, Although II is only a inlmcoi graphed sheet, local publishers said il is the first daily newspaper of any kind to be established 'within a 200-mile radius in the Ulg Bend- Davis Mountains area of Western Txas, wlicro 100,000-acrc cattle and sheep ranches i, lire common. The area in this radius is double. Hint of the combined states of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire.-- Massachusetts and 'Rhode 'isliirkl. .."," The paper makes unique use' of a war news report Inaugurated by the'Special Service Division of the Army Service Forces which believes thai informed .soldiers make Licller fighters. • t It's. a morning paper, published every day c.xccpl Sunday,-' nt tills twill-engine pilot (mining school located liO miles from the ntu Grande River. The sheet Is called Marfacls Radio News," niter the school's weekly, "Mnrtacts" (Facts •md Acts of tlie Marfa Advanced Flying School). "Mnrfacts Radio News" rimy not lave the bustling: foreign news 'Icsk of a metropolitan daily, but il docs boast the latest war news— creamed off the combined dis- latchcs D fthe United Press, Associated Press, Intcrnn'lionnl News Service and Transradio Press. On the local side, the paper breaks "irsl news ol USO camps shows md dances, new bargains at the Post • Exchange, special attractions it the theater and other 'posl terns. "Radio Marfacls" hns but two icarby contemporaries, both wcek- ies, in a three-county area of 12,000 sijiiiii-c miles and only about- IB.OOO population. One of them, the "Avalanche," of Alpine, is iirinlcd In "tlic biggest city in the biggest county In the biggest Male in the nation." The other weekly, the "Marfa Big licnd Sentinel," wits once edited by Edwin Moss Williams, now vice-president and general business manager of United Press. The nearest contemporary dailies on the south arc the Spanisli- language "El llcraldo," "El Tomu- chic" and "f.-i Vm" all of Chihau- hau, Mexico. Read Courier News want ads The Modern Ice Bos COOUORATOK For Economy and Service. Tom Little Hwde. Co. rhm>» MS Complete Stock Sfccl and Elastic TRUSSES Save.50 % STEWART'S Druf Sure Maln&I«k* Phone 28Z2 24-HOUR SERVICE Expert Repair Work on General Motors Cars. IANGSTON-WROTEN COMPANY B'dwaj * Walnit Fh. 55J Former Magician, Learns r lo''Pilot .HI{$ Army-lioinhors At tlie HBC nf-ap, Avlnlloii Ciulut till-hard Ii. Fowlc'i; Ims hud elishl ycnrs experience us n iH'orcssloiml niiililclnii. llul lie's |cunilii|[ n new pru/exsioii nl«-. Tlie next.time lie tillcinpts to pcrtorin n ill.sn|>iicnrliiK net. he'll'be • iisiiiB Ijoinlw DIK! tlie Ifirucl will lie Hie enemy nillltnry objectives. Cadel Fowler Is iiu-nrlng the cud nt his loiii; mul nrduoiLs period of Irnlnlne, he Is Icnrnlni; lo Ily twln-cnelnc lioinher Irnlnliij; slil|M. :In nboiil cistlit' weeks he will be coinintssloncd in tlic Atr Corps nnd will receive thn silver wliigs of n war lilrd. • , Sonic <lnrk . night, n few inontl... from now, plnncs will be roaring .over enemy lines nnd Llcnicnnnl fowler mil be. pilotlnK one of llicin. 'And when"botiib's stnii i[i-'op- piiig on the InrBCt, lielow, .thai won'l lie Itgeidtiimin—II will be rail' •"NOTICE Notice is hereby jjiven Hint llic iniderslBiied .will williln .the ' lime n.xcd liy Inw upply to tin! Commissioner of Revenues (if tlic. Slnte of Arknnsus for n periull to .sell liecr.nl" rcbil nl 110 S.'Second St.. Hlythcvillc, Mississippi Comily,' Ar- kansns. • • Tlic iindcrslnncd stnltes llinl lie is 11 clllnen of-Arkiin.sns, of (jootl inor- nl clinrnetcr, (hut he lins never been convielcil of a felony or oilier crime iiiviilvlnu moral 'tiiriill'iulc; tlinl no license lo sell liter by llic undersigned tins been revoked wllh- iu live years lust past; iin<r tlinl. I lie nnilei signed lins never tjcen convicted of violating' the laws of (Ills slate, or nny oilier sliUc. ic- latlUB lo the sale of nlcoliolle liquors. J. M. Ferguson, nnd sivorit to Ijefore me this 7th day ol Mny. lf)i;t (Scnl) ' Mnry Jlonmi Notary I'nbllc. My connnls.sion expires U-M-lli. RATES ON REQUEST' Maintenance Award To Presents Readings Afri-. T. W. JcTfeHes presented a ! i i-iiiiiallc mul a humorous rending "urlns the liilcmilssloii ill Hie Krl- 'lay nil-la dance al Hie U.SO Center. Mrs. Lex •Ohiiuiblbi nnd Mr.s lorn ['owcll acted as chapcrones. I'vl. I^cnke of Ihc Hand B!inB |,| s coinposllion. "Wlinl llnn K s Over," and wns called upon for an encore. SHI ALL LOANS '»• Anything ft VMM. East Main Loin Co. *•« «- Enlisted Personnel Make CoiUvibulions Last Friday; 701st Leads Knllsled men of the UlylhevHle Army Air 1'ield conlrlbnU'd n toinl of M40.05 lo Ihe Army Kmerocnoy liellef fund, after i(wlvlnn their liny on (he lusl diiy of April, II was nnnounoed lodiiy by Second Lieut. HuKli W. Kldrfdne, nwLslaiU dl Service orricer hi cliarec ot Iho fund. c 70lsl Himadron eonlilbliled the IniKi'sl amount nniong (ho li-nlnlnis wiundrons wllh n lotnl of f.tU. The 700U1 Sfiiimlrun WHS «•«end with t43.au mid Ihe 'IMrd Si|iiiidron wus third, conlrlbiiilni! $'17.51). Tlie :«(illi ijuse llcudciluirlers Siiuiutron which Is lurtser limn the IrainliU! Miuiidrons, RHVC $5;t,6ri to tlin Army Kmci(jency liellef tmiri estiibllsliMl |o lu'lp enlWed men and their lumllh's In Um u ( ,f need. Mcnic In Given. H!/ Missouri Girls Twenly soldiers who happened In nt the uao center one-evcnlnn last week were laken In chai'tje b? 12 yoiniit women from ro,rliigovlllu who had etime by bus wl'th picnic lunch briskets. The party went to the park mul hud n plcnle supper, nftcr willed HiBy rcKirtii'd to tho USO Tor nn evening of si|uiuo dimelnt'. Tlic baskcls were packed wltli chicken sandwiches, deviled cw;s, pimento ciicesc, pickles, cuke and cookies. In Itie party were Misses Mnry Ann Klllloii, Eininn Jane Uel.lslc, lilllie Dwiite Duly, Ik-nryctla Melds, Hetty LaFout, Jniinlln Suvat, Murcella Doniiherly, Ciwiindolyn Worlli, Mildred Gains. Ciuyrncdcnc Me- Oiilrc. and ICrncsthic Avllts. Miss Gcnevlcvc Whiden, director or tlic USO Women's Division, and Miss Pauline Oockcry and Joe Saporllo Mipcivlscd the plcnle. Will Take Course Three members or the 1'hyslcnl TrulnhiH Dcpiirtmcnl ot Ihu Uly- thcville Army Air Field will leave this.week for Miami Bench where they''will take a' physical training course for non-comml.ssloned W- tlcers. They ure Scrsjl. Chrlslos llelkfls, u . rormcr professional wrestler; Corp. ulencr of the 702nd Siniadron, and I'vl. -Joe C. MB- Daniel of the 700th Squadron. Upon complcllon of Ihe course, they reliini here for duly. Jitterbug Contest For Negro Soldiers Sterlhia silver, trophy rings will be given us prizes In a JltterbUB contest in a ounce for Nejji-o soldiers of Ihe niylhevillc Army Air Field Tuesday nielli. The dance will be held at tlie 1'osl Itccrcnllon Hall, lo the music of Ihc orchestra of the Mist Army Air Forces iliinil. The Negro USO has arran|;c<l 'or 150 youni; women ot Klylhc- ville and nearby codiiniinllics lo come to Ihe Air Base as guests of the soldiers. They will be Irnnsporl- !d by Army trucks outlined us nises. ana will be rclurncd lo town nflcr "irome Swcel Home" Is play- id at 11:30 oclock. H is tlic second dance held al he Recreation Hall for the Negro soldiers, by nirni>i;ciiiciil of their commanding officer, dipt. Waller V. Hoyan. You.pul horse radish In your refrigerator to keep it hot ho 1011K Ls Die gold sliu- squ»U- ron of the month, having taken the honor from the 703rO, which had won II for (luce consecutive months. . . 'I'lie gold atnr IK iifflxMl to encli ship ol thu s<imulron as tho award for uxcellcnco in nlrplnne jnahi- lenance. The Bhl|K of thii 704th were 05.3 ncr cenl In com- inlsslon for Iho entire month ol Api-ll. They were H:i per cent perfect In tho rcBulnr 100-hour In- siiccllons. In R|»t checks their standhiK «us 08,0, This (.nvu (i wn u welBhlcd nvcruuQ of M.'J. Tho 2Glh FlyhiK .'JVnlnlnu Corp ranked wcoml, wllh a welnhlcd average of M.o. The '25th WIIB third wllh an nvci-niic of 91.0, ami tho 70ard (ell to fourth pluee wltli 01.0, Aviation Cadet Mopes To Take Up Figla for Missing Flier Avintlun Cndel Elwyn I,. lilorxl- liood,, who Is inking' advanced flllllil training In lwln-cn«lno riiliM nt the niylhevlHo Army Air Field, has-a ixii'sonal grudge against the Axis nnd Is iiiijitoiis (o compleUi' hi.s training so thai lie may sec iiclloii. HI;; brother, KJr.il Ueiil William n. liuxHlgood, a pilot, hits bcon rcporlcd mtssliii! In nctlon In the Western Eurpiicaii area.- In • eight weeks, Cadel lilooduooil will receive his wings nnd commls- ,slou us n w-coiid lieutenant, llu ' hows liu niny Iw t,cnt lo thu cninu tiipiitcr ol opernUons to dro]i homhs nnd do Ms share- In bringing nhoiit an Allied victory. •Ho Is tlie son of Mrs. Edith j>. Hloodgood, Scnrsdalc, N. Y., anil i was accepted ns nn avlallon cadcl 'March HO. 1042. W.»KMN« (IKIIKtt IN THE CHANCEflY COURT ClflOKASAWDA OISTKIOT. MISSISSIl'PI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, Ii. E. Gordon, Plalnlllt, vs. No. tmi! Vlrislnln Gordon, Defendant. The defendant, Virginia Clordon, IK hereby winned lo uppcar within thirty days in u, u court, named In j llic caption hereof mid answer Hie .comiiliiinl ol the rmiuiUtr L,. K. Oordon! ' -:,••! Diitcd thLi ID day of April! 'ID Hnrvey Worrw, clerk ny Doris Mnlr, D. 0. Cliiudu !•'. Cooper, Ally, for Pltf, I'ort-y A. Wrliiht, Ally. Hd IJtcm. 701st Squadron Win g 'Mic 70lst Squndion defeated Iho aiid by a score ot l(l-a, Iho Athletic Department team louled lire Band club 17-B and the 7o;ird Stjutidron (jiive-tliu 700th a 17-13 set-hack In lntei--sqim<hon sort- bnll Icngiic games played Fihlay at the Illyllievlllc Army r Alr Pield. . In another league -BKIUC -pluycd Thin-stilly, the Medics humbled the Mcd. and Q. M. iiggicgallon by n score of 20-7. Just 4 Miles To The (t\t .|i. ] Phillip State Line Service Station -- on Phillips Quality T.aso- 'inc & oil. Prompt, Courteous a«vle«. Operated liy Mrs. II. I,. Reynolds. OPERATING HOURS For A-lt-C Coupon Holders SUNDAYS: f> A.M. to i) I r.M. ALL WEEK DAYS 9 A.M. to 12 Noon 1 P.M. to 8 P.M. HTTK1) HY Dtctori J. L ..J J. GUARD OPTOMETRISTS IN BI/VTIIEVH.I.E SINCE 1922 BPTICRL STORE 209 W. Main St. Phone 2912 Docs Your Car NEED THESE? Battcrj—Srat Covers OIIMlter—Radio Fa* MR his—Lock Gas C»p A complete line of Polishes LOYHCHSSS WAItNINfl OKUKlt CHJCKA8AW13A DISTrilOT, MlSSISaiPCI COUNTY. ARIN THE CHANCEIJY COURT KANSAS. Tom Mnyberry, rJnlntlfT, vs. No. B177 Christine Mtiyberry, Deremlanl. The defendant, Christine Mayberry. Is hereby warned to appear within thirty diiy.s in tin. COIM I mimed In the caption hereof and iinswci Ihc compliilnt of the plain- tin* Tom Mnyliorry. Dated this 19 day of April, ia<3. Harvey Morris, Clerk Uy Dorb Mnlr, D. C. Claude !•'. Cooper, Ally, [or Pllf. Percy A. Wright, Atty. ad .IJtem. 4/10-26-5/3-10 Every Japanese word ends cither In the Idler "N" or a vowel. Try our "Own Made" Ice Cream Die Hickory Inn fr.m High BctiMI Any Shoe C'nn , BB REPAIRED If (he nppcrs urt ullll ^ Rrlnjr them to tu for work. HALTER'S Qu.lilT Sk« Sl.f '21 W. M»hi ... n. fill DflPIES HELPING ID _ Noncom Not Only Buys $25 Bond Each Month, He Buys Extra Ones Staff Scjjjt, Anthony A, a-iplcs,' chlcr.clerk In Hie Sick and Wounded onicc or the naso Hospital, is rcnlly helping lo riimnco Uils war lie la In. I to subscribes for a $25 Wur Bond cnch month foy payroll de- thidlon nml In ndclltloii while on detached service nt Soulliweslcrn University, Memphis, recently ho bought (mother $2f> bond outilght He'reported back to this station cilnif well rniUsflcd with the Iilnpnnl Unit ho Dili, saved and pill Into bonds, And then Scigl. Flojd Kltlui', ncllng flrsl xcriicnnt of HID Medical Dciitelimciit, and Pfu. Olii-ls Kap|>, War Bond reprcM'nln- IIVON for Ilio Detachment, look liliii iislilc tor n sorloiia chat. They pointed out. dial, he nmkcs $% a month and 1ms everything finnMi- rd him, Hl, s only excuses ure personal ones tul these need not. run nl«h when n iimn Ls single. They reminded him (lint (lie United Stiitca Clovcmmcnl guarantees every bond. And they .spoke of llic Importance or u-nesl cgij lo rely upon when the wnr Is over Sci-ijcnni naples bought, another oond, this time a $5() one, and imld $:)7.60 for It. NOW he Is bud- Ufilhig himself so thai he can buy • some more. W/tllNING 0«J»KR IN THE; CUANCEIIY COUKT CJIIICKASAWIM DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, AR- , KANSAS. R. L. Maples, Plaintiff, vs, 'No. : B180 Raymond L. Mnpios, Defendant. The defendant,'Raymond I;. Ma- plc.s, Is hereby ynuncd to appear within thirty diiys In the courl irHmod*ln"'thi!';t')iplloi! hereof nnd answer the complaint or thu plaintiff R. U Maples. Dated Mils in day or April, IBM. Hiirvey Morris, clerk By Doris Mnlr, b. o. Olaiulo p. Cooper, Ally, for I'ltr 1'crcy A. Wrlehl, Ally, lid Ulem. V1B-2G-S/3-10 WARNING OlillKIt IN TIIK CHANC'KRY COURT, CHICKASAVYBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. D. F. Anderson, PlalntlfT, vs. NO, 11170 Ei.slo Anderson, Defendant. The defendant Bible Anderson, is hereby warned 'to appear within thirty dnys in lli c court 'named In Ihu caption hereof and nnswcr the compjjilnl of tlio plaintiff, D. P. Anderson, Harvey Morris, clerk By Doris Mltlr, D. C. Cliuule F. Cooiwr, Ally, for Pltf Percy A. Wright, Ally, ad Lltem. •1/10-M-5/3-10 The llnllnns vised poison gas In the Ethiopian campaign in 1Q30. Wf FILL AIJ, DOCTOE8* PRESCRIPTIONS AM) SAVE \OU MONET STEWART'S • Oruf Store Miln & Luke Phone 1.KII A bountiful selection of I' 1 it ti (. s, CorHiit'csi mid Cut Klowcrs. THE FLOWER SHOP DELIVER? ANYWI1EBE OLENCOE UOTEL BLDO. I'liniic 431 ROBINSiSTS "THE RELIABLE DRUG Tlicre's no wider wlcctlpn ot shlrtng' needs, - ********* Service Men! Meet Your Friendt it Robhwon'i! HUDSON CLEANERS Special ctre taken in cleaning nniforM. Buttons carefolly hindled—Pleats and crease* • hand falsacd—2 day s*rric«. . GirritOB Cap* — Acceuoriei — Intifiua SOUTHEAST AIR CORPS INSIGNIA

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