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They’ll Do It Every Time
Men Accepted For Duty In U. S. Forces
Reports Tell Of Unrest
By Paul Mallon
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The way she tells it around the Riant, she’s
WORKING 8 HOURS A CAV, JUST FOR .
the fun of it
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Will Meet Again Saturday For Further School Planning
Germans Trying To Learn Source of Trouble
A meeting of rural teachers of the county was held here Thursday to hear a talk on the beginning days cf teaching and also on the teaching of reading. Miss Hortense Cranford of the tate teachers c ,liege of Cupe Girardeau. Mo, was the speaker.
Miss E. Mag Grau, county superintender. t, has called a meeting of the teacher* for Saturday afternoon at the courthouse for tile purpose of nuking final plans for the opening of the school year Mrs. Cornelia Hodges of Keosauqua will speak.
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The snread of anti-N^zi acuities and sabotage in Denmark vias ar:om-par.ied today by reports of increasing unrest and acts of violence in Greece, Yugoslavia and other axis dominated countries.
In London it was revealed that allied liaison officers, side by side, with Grecian and Yugoslavian patriots who are openly resisting the Nazi occupation forces, are wrecking great havoc and destruction among war factories and communications For many months Greek and Yugo-1 slavia residents in Britain have undergone secret specialized training with ’ allied troops, after which they were routed to their own countries to help carry on the revolt, i The German,^ are ceaselessly trying to discover ho* the constant stream ’of reinforcements and equipment is reaching the countries | Reports that the sudden flare-up of anti-Nazi outbreaks in Denmark is due to the arrival of British parachute troops could not be confirmed, but even the Nazi controlled Calundborg tadio admitted new and ever increasing incidents of sabotage. From Stockholm came word that serious riots had taken nlace in Copenhagen today in whi:h 150 person., were arrested.
i A Calundborg broadcast last night said that saboteurs had bombed a Copenhagen factory, ensuing damage estimated at nearly $300,000 and that I a violent explosion had occurred at I the Elsinore shipping wharf.
Meanwhile. refuges arriving in Switzerland from northern Italy reputed new demonstrations against German troops in that unhappy country.
Hull Sees Basis For Cooperation With The French
Washington, D C 'INS*—Secretary of State Cordell Hull today asserted that the joint action of the United State:, Great Britain and Canada in recognizing the French national committee of liberation will form a sound basis for steadily expanding cooperation witti Franc* in the future.
Hull expressed gratification on the part of the American government at the recept ton given by the French leaders in North Africa to the action of the all.ed governments.
He .sud that official reports to the state department which reached Iris desk from Algiers today show that the leaders of the French committee are both pleased anti satisfied over the outcome. which was one of the many important decisions reached by the allied governments during the Quebec conference.
MISS OLIVE BATES BECOMES BRIDE OF S2/c KENDIG ROGERS
Draft Boards Start Processing Dads
Must Trade “B” Books for New Ones
N* a York. New York 'INS)—Prime Minister Churchill will broadcast to the United States at 1:00 p. rn. EWT Tuesday, the British information service announced today.
Tile prune minister was originally scheduled to go on the air Sunday.
CAUTIONS WORKERS AGAINST TRAVELING OUTSIDE THEIR AREAS
Board Refuses To Draft
Dads; Denounces Mess
Capt. Frank Miles To Speak at Salem
ACCUSED OF WRITING THREATS TO PRESIDENTPlane Crash Victim