The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 5, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 5, 1947
Page 10
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Jf Bt B *S3 ousing Problem BLYTHEVPAE fARK.) |«W* Department Now Proposes to Send Wives to U. S. WASHINGTON, Mar 5—(UP)— The War Department, caught un- huppllj •between the housing short- "ge in Germany and expanding Midler families, toda> laid down Its basic policies for American Army wives who have 'babies there «-lth- out authorization The department said that nil American wives of U S Army soldiers -who : are Jess than seven months pregnant and • who are not "authorized 'dependents'" '.inust, be returned to the -United States Under Hie Army regulations, ft wife may be. carried to-a U. S. soldier in Europe, but still not qualify as an "authorized dependent. That'.,class, is 'reserved for' those wives who .were brought to Europe from !he United-State? .under an Army, housing ;Driorlty system. The priority system assigns ^houses first to those with.'the longest- term of dutj o\erseos since Pearl Harbor. ^ Combat' veterans long separated 4 from their families ore at the top j 01 (he housing prioritj list But % many ,of . the fives now expecting babies are'married to s ol- dfprs who recently arrived In the overseas theater. These' wives are civilian government employes, Wacs nnd nurses. The Army said; it was forced lo take this action-because It does not have enough-facilities to care lor all tlie prospective mothers in Germany, Basic Policies 'Outlined The Artnystated'those-basic policies: •1. Women more than Seven months pregnant'will be retained !n Germany until the babies are born. 2. Women less than seven months pregnant will .be returned hqmc unless a doctor decides thej cannot be moved. 3 Authorized dependents of persons In the service or 6mp'ny<tl U J the government in Europe will not bo returned home. 4 Cilivian emploses who are also authorized dependents of U S soldiers may staj in Germany for desire But they musl change their status from the civilian emploje to dependent on Army records The Army mid those ^ives kept in Furope until after blrlh of Iheii 1 babies will be provided with full hospital care. As soon as their conditions permit, thej will be returned home-with their children. Cffiotown Keeps /fs Secrets Concerning Geo. Ti/ey's Death SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. S,—(UP) —In San Francisco's Chinatown 'he ivory mail jong pieces clicked today, nnd the elder and respected members of peaceful Tongs sucked their pipes and drank- their tea, They Jdfed as a 'fiery torch in a field near -Tracy, Cal. oecldcntnl officials already were disclaiming any possibility that Tuey's• murder was connected with 'lit price rampant Tong wars, Thnt, was good enough lor the Chinese along Grant Avenue, They b;<! no excuses to offer—or, In their. Oriental wayi no comment. George -luey, who was 33 years old, had built himself an unsavory ;ecord « s a conductor of nefarious operations In Oakland, Fresno, Palo Alto and Stockton. Perhaps It was there the 'American police should look for the murderer—maybe an out raged victim of Tilers fleecing games — who three days ago shot him three times, struck him ucross tlic head, ;a t | then set afire his body and s-atchcd while Tucy writhed Under the searing pain. The sheriff or San Joaquln County, Carlo Soiisa, wenl from Tracy lo Ihc field six miles lioin town and pointed to two blackened areas of earth. On one, he tlfcorl:;- c-d, George Tuoy's shot an'd bat- 'lered liody had been drenched with gasoline and set nflrd. The other was where Tney, died, .stiffening us he crawled away from his a&snllant collapsing when Hie flames became too Intense. >•••••••*•• • •••»•*!••••.••,•, Habits of High School Pupi/s Revealed in Poll Taken in Eastern City WE3TPORT, Conn., March 5. (LP)—rwenty,per cent of the boss and 31 per ceiit of the girls it Westporl High'School do not neck, a poll showed toda} The pol) was conducted among 430 students by the school It showed; that Kftj, per cent of the studenls thought they knew enough about sex 21 per cent said they didnt Know enough, and tne rest didn t know how much they knew Onlj one-third of the male student'; had never tasted liquor >iHs-Iive pre cent of the girls and lift} per cent of the boys smoked. 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