The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 27, 1947
Page 3
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Special Training Offered by Army Recruiting Units Seek Career Men With Ground Forces Hiifli school !>, articles who can qualify for enlistment, i,, the Ai mv Gi-omid Forces nre offering opiirir- tunities for career service ij, , hp l'ir«i>(r.v. Arlillery or Armored c«v- alr.v through a coinbiiiiuion of |<..,<l erslnp trnlniiiK anrt the Army's ne«- prc.selecied school pin,,, staff Sow Don c. Sou! of the U. S. Am, /and Air Force Recruiting SiMon J.ere said today. ' > 7, 1047 In and Outer sai Scrgt. Sea! explained that all Army Ground Forces recruits \vi,o show potential leadership nb i] y and average or sii|jerior IntoHlm-nce are given an opportunity ,„ q ,, :ll ,fj for a six-weeks Potential J," . * Course, which prepare, them „,I he responsibilities of non"o m ° Jy after havfd? dcmonslmfed"il!!"ir polentiahties dt.rlnc a poHod of basic military training u P , ° I ! ^^ tcd . schCK)l Plan makes H pos- i i Airport News ^w-'Sf-niri.^^ • re« JVmn ll.vlng , 0 M eml , h | s s .,,; in day for the Arknnsns-Ole Mlsi Buine. two plane-loads fro,,, )"£ made (he irlp. They W0| . c M| . ' l , ., Mrs. Harold Suduury and i,. s' IlarLxoii. who Hew to ihe BHJIIC In P,f,h!v ', r °'" hm " l ' w lo P:II|S . Aik H , lhc "'''"'"•'I'e-Subiaco • n H,,;£. "?. hl :. '"«* were Worth! _5^TWTlLLB_(AJRK.y iiilnlsliatioii for H wnlvcr urrmming houses\u ['' V be '° W 50D /m " mr i,,,,, , •Kl ilt a 1<?w lls Navion "" Flldll> ' fl »S Bmt "'"l '"liT.od""!/'',',! 1 ,,'"^" tC"''^' '" '""'• <>' private nh-ci'i<rt. "" " '"''" W. b. Howard, nl rerun and en '" ™ ere. Formerly of Te a, K , P( . Wort , - ' r CClCCl Wlth Iloo<t K1 > mid Mechanics Assoctntloi. 11 !" Ihcse figures 0,1 nost'wu- nJ . aj from .i,,,oti<; thc A , ! oh 'r al ',T' WWnutic.s i TO ,av- j c . 1e t', Cld - S ° f "" WSL T "<™ ">or nSr , ro " SI ™<* < ™'- crafts, me chanical sdc.uific-mHlical-techni • ean'? MCh ° f thCSC fiptris ' tllc aPP'l-, mny indicate two .specialist "'""* ™"'™ he would like to >ake. -Sergt. Seal said, if he is ac _ cepted fn,- enrollment in 011P of t icse four cotirsps and is satisfied wih that course. Sergt. Seal pointed out. he may then cnjist h , j,,c ne»- u nr Arms' for three or more years with tile assurance that lie win be ns-signed to the course lie lias cho- •Mrs. Lviisc Alexander, a German war bride from Frankfurt, wasn't in her new Dallas, Tex ' home long enough to even get homesick. Her husband, a former AAF jjilol, got a job will, a company that ordered him hack to Fi-anklurt. So Mrs Alex-antler, pictured above in iNew York, is heading back to her childhood home. Woman Hits Two Others "' "t Hammer, Then Raps -" With Third Blow NASHVJLLE. Trim.. Oc(. 27 (UP) -Georgia Carter, of Gallatin is I quite adept with a hammer—but! not a.s .-, carpenter, police said to- •' The officers said the)- could understand an right how during "n j blow at Robert, BinBhain'tarsTraS ' Mai. Fan-is when Hi,, K btim ducked. Thry could understand how she rapped Bm.ham-s skull with a sec ^ ond blow. But what mystified them ^o"f ? w ~ antl whJ—she his hcr- BiP?h^ r » r £n VJ! "^ ^ hospital:, Bn..-him .tcr the -htepital and then lo jail, and Georgia Carter strait to Jail. *"«j,,i Logging May Be Classed Ounce of Prevention Offered tor Halloween By Bureau of Standards ^-rt ll i?™i[-h?to- m ", >up> ~ ' S | C rt^'," 1C N ! tt , lotlnl Bureau of stand " ns a ' e «' suggestions ,^.'" al ;P " e™" 'o ctea, S5 ;il r ir - i; ™ h '»« d !^"o B : °_t'ic Civil Aero,unities Ad- eto »' h '/ y0 !' rto "' t foat J'our windoivi nw, 'f' \ s " ff !it >" brush ami nnrkin°, P J " S "'"' remo ™ so " ^ -.1 i?' ^'' lcniovl »« wax crav- with soap anci wax. AT^'/lP'' roveln '" l ' s Shown Joi*^ ^ A « ^ (UP >-Two ad- Tilt lind r-' ;: i ' !orsl . ;1 cc »i>itrics— BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. Oct 27- in w~f . pul3lie hearing will be held whether "th 1 D ^ C ' 3 '° delerminc Of the S ol ,th-s 0 p?i'nSp i ;; d ^^ MK-onie—v.-ill he placed permanently ' «" ncl ; hazardous occupations re- Knetions of the Wage anci Hour .The announcement was made hero today by Joseph C. Soar regional director of the \Va°e'-md Hour and Public Conn-acts nivisio, of ihe U, S. Labor Department ' The proposed revision would take in mast occupations in (he 'Io»trin'<» of pulpwood: chemical wood sion wood, cordwood. fence" noi's and similar wocWs. Noah said ' " Ihe hcanug was called bv the Secretary of Labor and interested paitles may appear or '" - - - The hazardous occnpatjoii sec-! ion of the Wage and' Hour Law has the effect of ra j. sini , th{> , njn _ j imum a S e f or cniploymciH from IS 1 i"ri-s c ^;;nrr tio!isfoiindh:i - ClapP~Urge7~Co 0 p Cra ti on ~ -'"^ Between Towns and TV A i i'''^'-"""— on -- hl> Ciapp 'talk ' " Costs So Little , . >_ ea brim's Ve get able om ctors call a uteri./., i y - Ita wlmt BfMd soot" " 1 "' 1 "- " "M cued ccononik strides made Since 1933 - r » a »•>"» he 6 GORGEOUS DIAMONDS like to say YES" to LOANS • AUTOMOBILE • SIGNATURE • CO-MAKER • FURNITURE GENERAL CONTHAC;T PURCHASE 122 W. Ash St BLYTHEVILLE At Jimmie Edwards LIMITED! lO^y-F.^ Sa mp ,es STUDIO SUiTES Reduced from $148.95 to Other Fine Quality — ...EI i ma yuanry STUDIO SUITES Universal with all accessor!,. - $89.95 universal with all accessories ——•—»• ELKTRIC SWEEPERS - $59.95 WAFfliJRON^ _ ~ — ——— _ Platform Rocker EXTRA SPECIAL Heavy Velour Cover-Red or Blue up up Only 1795 Heal- Regulafed iSU.95 near Keguloted « ' »^P " DOMINION IRONS - - - - $595 Procter ^^ • J & HECTRK TOASTERS - - S22 Two Burner , ^^jfcil .^k. •• ^ _. Oil BATH HEATEW - , $2495 Duncan Phyf. Mahogany ^ «•"¥• J if y. aogany PiPJUEAF TABIE - - - $34.95 -SPECIAL- End Tables r,i,i',t;i KO-MITK ™ WASHING MACHINE '39 TABLES KINK CHO' -SPECIAU Window Shades (White) Mill H T C nrcv CHILD S DESK FAMOUS NAMKS IN ELECTRIC RADIOS 19 -r " 301 Eosf Main Street JIMMIE EDWARDS Furniture Company Aft Phone 24S7

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