The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 30, 1947
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every nation WM •arrrtn* out. the to trinr home y the bad been repatriated from " ' . H tt>ar«.«till wen to Manchuria and th* PutQBl th* repatriation question on *«V*>«idls accBita for "propa- -- »-»— said -repatriation ia. %...pBesiUon.' BeaJMild partly' . 4 <Uv« •• rWuMl to aenpt ahtppinc ««««* by ABMTfean autborttl.1 B» {Mid- allied -hMditttertAn had ne«i*«l -mfflloBl-y Ixrtttloni for nfen o( 52 Die In Plane Crash BLYTHEVltLB (ARK.V COURIER NEWS 'h»ve "not •uppHcd'the MIMPM eouwianiler with any lUtMta - whatsoever" *«rt toe nombtrs, , condition or ^eattg ef fona*r Japanese sol-: dJtra..H« aadd fix* one linj:!* death notiae^hM betn ncelved, although raavn Mttmate the death rate at 10 te )», per eeat" amonc Japa- held bj# the Ru»- Court , > O , Oct. 30 (UP) — The North Carolina Supreme OouH ywteniay upheld the man- «Uo|htw oonrtcUon of Joe Dawjon ot yirnton. former city-county re- oortet'i court Judge sentenced to three-to-flYe year* for the death SLJ ' n * T ^f hl * f "*** offlc « r ta » hbjhwajr collision. Tht •tate'i nigheit court found no error to the 59-year-old former Jur^t'« caee and denied hi* ptea for a new trial, leaving him to Hrvr hul (entenee In the, state prtaan ar*tem. r Attamen for Dawwn had ap- PeabM, hit superior court conviction; on eontentioni that the trial Jury, wm» not properly instructed and ,thu the presiding judge al- >ow«il tocoanpeten.t, testimony to go into / UM ; neon] , HEADACHE U. S. Plans FwJd In Philippines As Prime Air Base MANILA (UP)—Olark Held U on the way to being completed. The air outpost has keen described by Gen. George O. Kennedy , of the Strategic Air Forces aa a first line of defense of the United States. Preliminary work on the field has been done. Work on the permanent field has started. . ', When Qen. Kenney was In the Philllplncs on his round-the-world flight, he stressed the strategic Importance of the Philllplnei. He said Clark Field would be able to take ships of any size. The Clark Field-Fort StoUenberg area will be the largest American base in the Phllipines under treaties between the United States and the Philip^ pines Dominate* Wide Area The Clark Field base, nestling In the. mountains of.Pampanga prov- ice, dominates all of the' south. China Coast, Malaya, the Indies and ' Siam-^all with a population of more than 100,000,000. Clark Field ordiimce '. officers Said (he experience of .the past was being utilized In constructing the new Clark Field. Exeperience with .typhoons has driven all communication lines underground;-' for. example. . . ,' ,;'."'" Presently, road cqnitructtoiis ancf "communications facility co'hi structlon" of a permanent nature Ji- being undertaken. About *,000 civilians are employed on the base at present. ,' " ':.-• '. The spokesnmn said tfie entire program is estimated to cost about »100,000,000 and' will take about two yeara-to complete. . - •: ' History Gon Far Back The early hUtpry"' of ,the Clar* Field-Fort Stbtsenberg base dates to the ^beginning of trie present; .century, wherij cavalry units in searth 6f-fodder during thelr.flght^ Ing wtth Filipino troops came Into O* area aod pltoh«d Uni. The"• original tract had about 7,«00 acrea*.. Now the area Is more than 1*0,000 acreas. The. construction at liie field during Its history ha* progressed from roofed bamboo barracks of the original. Installation to what will be-ihe most modern In ftmy hpusing. whan. the construction is oonjpleted. Clark Field, which was one of the first spots in the ^Philippines hit by the Japanese at:the begin' ning of tht war, was re-occupied by American forces in late January-, 1M9. ;•••••• First successful gasoline truck-Was a custom-made sight-seeing bus made in 1800, and which: ran for 17 years. • ,.. • NCTUM Or ADMINISTRATION Notice Is hereby given that letters of administration were granted to the undersigned upon th* estate of Lewi* T. Joe, deceased, on the 37th day of March, IM7, by the Probate Court for the Chlcka- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. All persons having claims or demand* against said estate must present them to E. M Holt Walnut .Street, Blylhevllle, Arkansas duly authenticated, within six months from the date of th« first publication of this notice or they shall be barred forever and precluded from any benefits In such estate. Long Skirt* Sinful, New York Pastor Soys NEW YORK (UP)-The Rev. Samuel If. Shoemaker said In a termon at the Calvary Protestant Episcopal Ohureh that the new- style long skirts were a sinful waste. •"Christian women," he said "ought to resist this miserable, selfish modern style or true sin—to what purpose these full, flapping, /lowing garment* now down to their ankles when recently they were up • to their kuees, because some designer In Paris cracks the whip,, when all over the world there .are thousands who need that cloth, not to make them more alluring, but to keep them warm?" Simplified Clothing For Children Urged CHAMPAIGN, ILL. (UPJ—Tlie trimming on a chlld's.clothes may affect the development of his character, says Edna Gray, clothing specialist of the University of Illinois agriculture college. Fluffy ruffles, Huge bows and sashes or floppy collars make it. almost Impossible for a youngster to learn to dress himself, Miss Gray said Dressing himaeir 1* one of Ihu first ways In which the child learns to be Independent,, she. added She recommends 'single trim- mines, such « fiat facings or parallel lines of stiching around neck-! lines. ., . • • ' THVRSDAT, OCTOBER 80, 1*7 Mr. Gumi runs a gun fliop at Lake Charles, La. • Pijai-Cola Compaq, 7xm« I,la*i Gilt, N. Khutd BotOtr: (>V<m« of toed botOtr to be iiwrbrf )u*+ Franchised Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Blytheville Bakery Special HAWAIIAN ofl- PINEAPPLE CAKE 07C With Special Hawaiian Fondant Icing ON SALf SATURDAY ONLY! Telephone Your Order — Dial 2073 HARFS BAKERY > *^ Give him a Suit tailored by LKAHN America's Foremost Makers of Made-lo-Measure Suits exclusively at CLEANER" St*tU, Mo. Dated this 3<Hh day of October 1M7. E. M. Holt, Administrator of the estate of: Lewi* T. Jofr-deceased. Arthur S. Harrison, Attorney lor Administrator. 10|30-U|«-13 _Read Courier flews Want Ad*. MATERNAL and NEWBORN ,.GARE, was written by an outstanding specialise for expectant mothers on the fundamentals of . .prenatal and newborn care. 64 pages of .educational text with 29 illustrations, charts and graphs. A helpful guide for all expectant mothers. GITYDRUG CO THEY'RE VALUES _„ price you pay buy» exquisite design, the best nnett collections we, or any jeweler, hasevir offered MIKE TII1T GIFT 1 but procrfeol watchti for fadin, sturdy end hondiome U x l« tar rrwn tn mony modtli ef tSii famou, moV,t JEWELRY STORi BljUie\;lle. Memphis, P»r«jo«ld, Osceola, Sikotnn It takra only 3 irtliuites to open n ch^rKC account LIMKAL TERMS AIIAP4MO HUDSON TAILOR . . CLOTHIER »lytfc«vill«, Ark.

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