The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1944 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE (AHK.) COURIER NEWS TI1UKSDAY, MAY 11, 1944 Seven Graduate Ai Holland High Dr. McGill To Give Commencemenr Speech On Program Tonight r 1 , •> * HOLLAND, Mo , May U.—Dr. A C McGill of the Stftte Teachers' College, Cape Gtrardeau, Mo, will deliver the: commencement. address i\t the graduation exercises to.be held tonight, 8 o'clock, at Holland High School, when seven high school seniors will receive their diplomas. Evelyn Hicks will dcliveMhe v.ile- icloiT address, while Marie Coi:-e)l will be class snhitaloriaii. .-' . " Other high school graduates tire Kenneth Berry, Helen Channcll, Howard Cokcr, Mnrcelln Hulsmroi and Christine Llndsey. The program .Is'as follows: Invocation, the Rev. Mr. West; .Irorn- rxine solo, "Harbor Lights", Howard Coker: eighth' grade shliiinlorlnn address, Juanita DcPrlcst; eighth grade • cruarteUc, ."Maytdrre", folk song; eighth grade valedictorian ad- diess, Bobby Ashley; : wood wind duet, Bjrcarolle Mnrle Concll and Kenneth Beirj saluUtoiiaii address. Marie'. Correll; senior girls (rio, "LinjaUi 1 ":. .valedictorian ud L diess Eseljn Hicks, address, Dr. McGil); -presentation of eighth griiclc iHploifias, Supt. Harold S. Jones of Carutfiersvlllo; presentation of Well school-' diplomas; presentation of special', awards; 'benediction by the Rev. Mr.' West. Brazil. Sends Invasion Force To Europe Receives Commission Bruce E Cutp, son of Mi and Mrs. Bruce Gulp of -Leacliville, was commissioned an'ensign hi the Navy' at graduation exercises held' April 28 at Pensacola, Fin. Ensign Gulp now Is spending a 15- day leave with his parents at Leach-' vilic, before, returning;lo Pensacola for assignment to.duty Bedbugs can live for more lhan a year without food PB1IT FEES! 'Good cooks throup;l\out llic ^Mid-South arc - now .enjoy-' \mg all ^ egetaule [ HuinKo without spending anv_pf their meat point* ,j HuMKo COOKING FAT By NBA Service RIO DE JANEIRO.—Brazil will soon have a large-scale force of hardy, well-trained, well-equipped troops : fighting side by side with Allied Invasion forces on European soil. Reports thai Brazil would send only a token force arc emphatically denied by Gen. Enrico Caspar Diltrn, Brazil's Minister of War. hi Ills /trst public pronouncement concerning Brazil's participation In the European war. Tiie prnzillan Expeditionary Force is prepared for full-scale Joint- war operation, General Dutr.i emphasizes. Arrival of Brazilian sellers in the war zones will mark (he flrfl t'Ime' tliat land forces of a Latin American nation have fought overseas. Units of the Brazilian All* R>rce have been quietly assembling at undisclosed trans-Atlantic points in recent weeks, to support the Allied air offensive against the Nazis. Vigilant patrol of vital Atlantic waters by the Brazilian Navy has been an Important fac- toi- In defeating Hie .•submarine menace. Thus Brazil, more than any other Latin American country, has played an Increasingly active role in helping (o tt'ln the war. Military • leaders and high, government officials have prepared their people for heavy sacrifices which •participation in the war abroad would bring. 'Flic specially picked Brazilian Expeditionary Force has won fervid popular support. qilAU/KNGI! AfKiKESSION • Stocky,: lough, realistic President Qetuilo Vargas believes Brazilian fighters j have an important part to play In the European war. "This Is nn exceptional opportunity," lie ays, "to challenge the aggression f which we have been victims, ml to acquire authority for peace- line accords. liraull has a special iosltlon- ns the country most rep- esentntlve of Lathi culture among he victorious Allied nations." A Tearless fighter steeped In the raditlon of the "Oaucho" prairies if southern Brazil where lie was born, President Vargas didn't vlnce when Hitler's U-boats opened their "terror war" against Brazilian shipping In the spring ol 942. Even (hough Brazil was still technically n non-belligerent, he ordered the Brazilian Air Forces o sink nttnckiiig submarines on sight. Later, when Nazi undersea rald- ei's mercilessly slaughtered hundreds of innocent Brazllllans trav- elling on their country's ships President Vargas decreed a "state of belligerency" ns existing between Brazil and Germany. That was In August, 1942, and since then the Brazilian armed forces have sent many an enemy marauder to the bottom of the Soutl Atlantic. STRATEGIC UASES One of the biggest contribution: which Brazil under Vargas ha: made to the Allic^ cause lias beet the grnhllmr of ' naval rind'Til: base* in northeast Brazil for use by United State? forces. General George 0. Marshall, the United States Army's Chlaf of Staff. <n his biennial report, hns emphasized the vital Importance of those, strategic bases In pur world-wide aerial convoy system running to Europe, Russia, India and China. No less Important have beeu Brazil's vast contributions in the economic field. Tantalllc, one of the war's mast-prized minerals, now comes to American factories .from Brazil for use 111 '.secret instruments, Mica, quart?, crystals, the; outstanding example of .success of the "Good Neighbor" run- icy. Dcuble-Enlendrc . FODT RILEY, Kan, (UP)-a woman dashed nlto the library at the Post Service Club here recently and breathlessly inquired,--^San" you tell me If the old battle-ox has come In yet?" Pvt, Dorothy Culling, the Was librarian, was a little confused as to whom the woman was referring. Her mind reviewed many faces around the post which fitted the visitor's description until (fie woman srhllecT-atid explained', '-'''I'm .referring to 'The, Old Baltlc-ax,' by Sanxay-Holding—it's a book." TOLEDO, O. (UP)—The sun never sets on Iho family of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Miller, whose two daughters, nine and seven, mark time off with their names—Dawn and Eve. The millers say that to keep things simple, Eve goes to bed with Dawn, and Dawn gets up with Eve. But the neighbors report that It's just a litlle confusing to hear Mrs. Miller call, "Dawn is here. It's lime lor dinner." (Fed up with fiat; stale-fasting coffee? 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Remember \ve telegraph flowers anywhere. HEATON'S Home of Bowers 290 Davis Ave. at Franklin Phone 519 r ."'Bonded Member of F.-T. rubber, ictelnWc oil? unit flbci i helped Bni/l! to biillil lip her mil ami otliei wni \ltul nmtcilnLs a'so n a ty Mnblishmciit with vftst sup flow nortliwnril from Brazil, now p |j ( . s 0 [ Iciut-loiise equipment nr.ti i'linje the grcnLcsl slngie Allied I with special training facilities for iiircc ol CEsoiillnl raw malerials. ], C v Iroops. Brnzilian co-operation In reltim Hie United Slates nas j with the United States hns been Point Free Items! TOMATOES •»* 10* ASPARAGUS 6BCORN SPINACH CORN EGGS GRZEN BEANS ».* -" C. C. 72 Oz. No. 2 ". Gent., Avondale No. 2 Grade A Doz. No. 2 Sto'. PEAS, School Day No. 2 Will be paid to anyone who can produce a better coffee [or the money than Liumnne. Since 1903 (Forty-one years) \Vm. B.Reily&Co.,Inc. have consistently miulc this offer. 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