The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 20, 1944 · Page 2
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t'AGB TWO Milk Producers fo Meet July 31 Drouth Intensifies Mifk Outlook For Southern States MEMPHIS, July 20. (UP)— Dairymen from nine southern' states will meet in Memphis July 31. L. F. Friend, of Memphis, secretary of. Hie Mid-South Milk Producers 'Association, says' the milk outlook In the soulli Is very gloomy. Milk "producers from Louisiana, Texas, Mssissllipi, "Arkansas, Tennessee, • Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and- South Carolina, will rillciid Che iiiilt; conference. Friend says the drought has intensified the milk situation and that it would probably be much worse this Fall. He says the milk producers will discuss the rising costs of feed, labor and the celling on milk prices. Student Officer At BAAF Seek ing His Third Wings i Second Ltcut, Donald W. Helsey, \ a student officer ot Class 41-H at i ilie BAAF, is seeking his third pair of wings. He's •Decking ihem because he thinks they may enable him to set- tie a bitter feud. It's the feud with Htroliito .and his gang and H be- I;RH Hie. , da v the Japs struck a( the Philippines. 1 j' tieuttfhnnt Hclscy, ' a veteran of two .yefrsVscfylcc' ! " the Islands, had just been shipped back to the states because of nvalsria when the Nips made their Infamous attack. His buddies were back there In the thick of it, fighting beside those hardy, famous Philippine Scouts whom they had personally trained for combat. His blood pressure grew with men day.ls headlines, and he swore impotently us casualty reports drifted gack to th e States. Among the iirst to fall was his buddy \liqht-rmired, five-by-five Sergt Cieorge Leschuck, whom Helsey describes simply as, "one of the best rlajrm soldiers the Army ever had " Lcschuck fell at Cotobato on Mindanao Island, and it! wasn't long .J'.uore Corp. Merville RoberlsiM), lanky. tough as a whip anil GI to ' K ™' C '° Wn °" tll(; Snmc ' got i)dmlts sad- Tune In KLCN Tonight •a* 7 P. M. Hear the Hon. H.GREGORY Farmer Assistant U.S. Attorney Speak in Behalf of Arkansas' U;S. Senator HAITI E W. CARAWAY Candidate for Re-election U. S. Senate Broadcast Over Arkansas Network 4 TODAY CRITICAL > APPETITES DEM AND V!BEIICIO«S •''* FLAVOR. Ritm«ei (aid neJi i brought out fo tfit u( Thai's wtarB purely - iafcle HumKo eanjvtlp you. NOW; POINT-FREE , ly. "I'd lived and played and soldiered with those-guys for Isvo years, then : lhat damn ntosqulto broke us .up.-t-wish I could linve seen 'cm before the-japs got Yin: Bettw yet. £ wish I could sec (lie little yellow Iplllps Dial gave (I to 'em." The Army hnd other plans for Heisey, however, so soon after Ills return to the .states he was handed nn honorable discharge bv (lie medics ' .. "lake life easy," they urged. "The mosquito that bit you must Imve been a'whopper." But it Isn't easy for nn ex-corporal of a Filipino battalion to lake It easy when Ills old outfit Ls being cut to pieces by a enns ,of liitcr- iialfonal gangsters. Heisey died civilian defense work for 12 (lays, then ho was tack In the Army. "I just told 'cm they Imd to tae me," he explains. So, in (he latter part of December, .1341, Heisey was a buck private in the /Mr Corps. "I wrml nellon!" lie howled. So he wont to mcelmiilcs' school at Keisler Field, III., nnd sioyei) there until he completed his highly specialized course nml had u right to Die classification "skilled technician." "I want fiction," he cried when he finished his course. So he went to aerial gunners' •school (U Tyndall Field, Fin,, and "an the wings of the cnllstal (!im- Jier in July, |tj.i2. ) Jy t | lcn hj , bclcvcd. Philippines were already under the heel of n Ijrutnl con'qiler- 01 ' anil his buddies were donrt ur In J i|i prison camps. "1 K'nnt action," he protested. So, lie went 10 (he Non-Cammls- sloned Officers' School at Columbus, S. C. where' h e won his second pair of wings, Uiase of the enlisted bombardier. BLYTHEV1LLK (ARK.) COTJRIBR So he, went to the tnfuntry Officers' .Candidate School al Port Bennlng, Ga.,,und won his com- usloi) Jmie 21, 18-13. ''I want uclionl" he said to lilm- lf. "I might K et It quicker in the Air Corjis." So he (luallfled as u student of'_ ic " r "'1 Nov. 22, IB«, and began his training. Now, as a studtnt pilot assigned to a two-engine advanced training ship at Blythevlllc Arm v Air Field, he Is on the last lap of his race to qualify himself ns a bomber pilot In lime for (he liberation of the Philippines. "It's coming," asserts this short, llg)it-l>nlre<i f't'im.sylvaiilnn. "And I want action!" Drouth Rcliei 'Program To Be Planned My 24 Jui THUliSDAY, JULY 20, 1944 meVmTU 8 T 1 <? At least nllie n * e " d < s *'» «*- «"*« * ***** a ™*». asso- " '"** '«. »«>» * P»B™ M of sen- dale dj ; cctol . 0 / tnc U)llm ; ity or A cnlc|)lllnr has four times „.-, many muscles as n human being. 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