The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1944 · Page 8
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fAGB EIGHT BLYTHKVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Recruiting Of Women To Serve As Pilots Arouses Male Fliers • WASHINGTON, April C. (UPl-A group of Hying instructors nlx>ut to top released l>y (lie War Department, (ire |>roteslfne tliclr'release, railing |t unfair In vlinv of the fuel that ijie Army Intends to recruit' ivomcii (p serve as jiHots, < Tlie 122 pilots, employed at the JJancock College oi Aeronautics, {(tade known their vim's In telegrams to tlie War Department, and (p congressmen. 'Tlie telegrams saiii It was unfair (o men who have helped build the ((resent air force, ns well as tletri- jjiental to the war to discard tUe talents of the finest American nir- flicn, and ut (lie snine time train jttexixjriciiccd \voivieri to serve ns epinmlssloncd pilots for the nlr f«r- ces/ .They referred to Hie Army's action !n curtailing training of combat pllals In prlnmry contract (tyini? Schools, while it proposes to .step up training of women in the WASPs a.s non-combat pilots. The west coast pilots complained that a majority of them arc HIGHLIGHTS FROM LATEST BOOKS 'Bromfield Scores In Hovel 'What Became of Anna Bolton Iii "Whnl Became ol Anna liot- Ion" ino|H', there isn'l imy qui's- liou markt, I/mis Broiiiflelcl. the country fqulrc ot Ohio, again has hit the Iw'll ivilli a strong novel. It's a bit different troin "The Halns Clinic," or "Mrs. Parkinson," but It is :i strain story of liiinian emotions and friiiltics brought out by war. Mrs. liolton, liorj) Annie Scan- Ion and the daughter of a .scrub \vojniin, rises to a power of su- eicty throiujli u second marriage for nioni-y—not love. Embittered against life through ilcatli of her first husband and son, she hilclies her wagon, \vell-lndeti will) gill, fo the goal-of becoming one of the world's top society flumes. She succeeds, only lo realize thai- wlijil .she has attained is plumy. How she finds herself ihrou^h (lie invasion of Prance, wliere she is (it tlie time of ilie OLTinan march on Paris, i.s Inlt'i'cstiiii,' reading. The Inryc aiuounl of haekuvound previous lo this is probably necessary, but yon really get Into typical Hromlickl Ilaly'.s career clitnplotnrctfi, Count Sforau jjis'c.s fir.st-hand analysis of (He current dilemma. it,s causes and effects, and its reln- (lon to the historical past. Much of Die book Is devot«l to lutcllec- lunl and social U'liillllui) anil to (lie permanent values In Italian culture that must insure Its future, The author does tint iiiukr loose predictions; he does place confidence In ttio moral cliaruetei 1 of Italy and the (iood .sniso ol it IJCD- ple already wise iu 11 u- tessous ol tyranny and \var. The morass of Fusclsm ami the Miissoltnl.s must l,'o, of course, for they have no place In the Italiiin scheme.. a sounder diplomacy must Ami rule Europe, SCovza nssevt.s, if tiic follies of war nixl oppression are to ctKl. Wlinlcvcr the form of KOV- erninenl. 1 ; to toini. 1 , .Sforxa conceives liberty tor ll\r musses nml. freedom wilhlti Inw for the- ludl- kUwl nmlon—u vivslcv pvovi.sion »• liitcrimtlonal benefit, and uood 111. THURSDAY, AI'IML 0, 1'J'M (Uirlni; Dm i9Di century. died cartoons reveal In A Iiun graphic licrs of the enlisted reserve. They writing ;il llic invasion. §aid they Iwd Iwcn told if ll\ey ever went on acltvc duty, it would pc as commissioned flying iwvsovmcl. put, they said, now that their scr- Vjccs us instructors are no ionise r rpquired, they are given tlie choice of going on active duty as nou- iflying enlisted n\e;i. or ri'signint; from the reserve, and l)etug tlraftcy. ](t THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, AH- KANSAS. Arthur Gsrnner. Jr. Plaintiff, ' "vs. No, 6554 Indiana Roberta Gardner, Defcu- "dant. WARNING ORDER The defendant. Indiana Roberta Gardner, Is warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chlcknsnw- j» District uf Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days, ami qiiswer the complaint ol the plain• li/I, Arthur Gardner. Jr. Witness my hand as Clerk of the State Court, and the seal thereof, on tills the 16th day ot March, 1014. HARVEY MORRIS, Cleric Bi> Doris Wuir, 13. C. 0. W. Bn'rhnm, Ally, for PHf. Ed B. Cook, Atty. ad Utcm. 3;16-23-3Q-i;B Annie sull'ured privation asain ,vllh the comim; of the Huns, los- HK her sables ami jewels, but loried In it a.s the daughter of the scrubwoman. She look np the ralsiiit', of a baby whose mother was killed on (He exodus from Paris by cowardly German machine guns, and evenlimlly married his father, an engineer in the French army. The book (Ilrnp- ers; S2.50) is a pretty good romance once you gel into H. "Contemporary Italy," by Count Carlo Sforza (Oullou: S3.50), sheds timely light, on the political and spiritual problems of 11 nation. A noted" anti-Fascist and onu of When water mains rfero installed jii Leadville, Col., solder was so scarce that molten silver was used lo seal pipe joints. DeUclnns H(VS'('ll(i i-lieivhiR gum. ion» what we In the United Stales thought of ourselves and others, K Is Interesting to note the individual reactions of cartoonists (o political situations, and how public opinion or patriotism affected their work, Title for Perry A«am's novel "On Such as We" flobbsMen'lll: $2.50) comes from the last line oi the Yale Wlilffenjioof SOUK, which ucies "God have mercy on such as we." And the book is as unusual as Ihc .song. Fable ({clinic, 39, luscious. smart, nod multi-married Is nn incurable drunkard— but In a nice way. An American by birth, she lias been living on the Continent for several years when you first meet her Iti 19.'I9. It Is' the crucial period /oUoivin;,"' Munich, and the year of Great, Urllain's entry into tlie war. Ned. Fable's son, Is In love with an English girl, Veru, Fable, however, Irles to discourage the affair because of V era's luck of money. ' A Nazi who loves the moment Just before Hie kick-off In a Yale- Harvard football game; Harry, an American burkeep In England; and several other persons weave In 'arid 'out ' of the siory with ainoxlng alacrity. It's an uiiusunl triangular «!fair—boy, girt, anil mother, Vcra. A (,'ood romance, NOVJ;I, or ST. FIMNCIS "lllwiscd Arc the Meek." Irciullly rccoani/able — not misty J .shallows of people projectw) from | a dim and faraway lljlh Century, a speakinu a stimuje (on^ui*. noceut II—a crusade which ic- sultDtl in a triumph f or .woildli- JIPSS over a clmrcli heavily touched wit)] ivorWiincss itself. A story .of love and intrigue as well •AHTOONIN'O OUK. TlMJiS The cartoon has for years retailed the 'public opinion jf he lime, H hns been used to nold thought and ideas, iniluenie llcjil trends, and hus always teen a powerful branch of his- ory. 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