The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 7, 1944 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 7, 1944
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SIX ' BLYTHEVILLE'(ARK.) COURIER NEWS Nazis Had U.S. Diplomatic Code London Embassy Clerk Supplied Enemy With Secret Knowledge WASHINGTON, Sept 7 (UP) — It was Jearned yesterday Hint Untied States : diplomatic .communications between Washington and London were completely blacked out for about two weeks in October. 1940,' .lyh'c'n the arrest of London embassy code: clerk Tyler Kent re- vealed'that the Germans possessed the key to the American diplomatic code. Kent subsequently was tiled by Hie B'lllisli and convicted of spying:. His mother. Mis. A. H. P. Kent, has been criticizing Ihc State Department for liaung permitted him to.'be ;trie<t by tho Brllish 'Instead ,of being -brought back here. . When'.'British officials discovered that Kent'had.been supplying the Germans with" data 'on this country's diplomatic cocie system, U was learned, the United States was forced to scrap its worldwide diplomatic communications system. : About ft. week after Kent's arrest, a State Department official look to London a new code a lid London and Washington were able to resume diplomatic eommtmlca-. lions. Young Kent's mother sflfrt today that former ambassador Kennedy's statements did not niter her basic contention that her son should hav e been brought back to-this country for 1 trial. Mrs. Kent made public a letter to Secretary.of State Hull, which she wrote prior to Kennedy's Interview. In it, she asserted lhat a Slate Department resume of her son's case,, made public Saturday, "left entirely unanswered the point on which the American people de- .mand ah investigation, i.e., tlic cx- Islencc or non-exlsience of secret pre-wnr agreements made by the President of the United States. . .." It lins'bccn charged that Kent was sent to prison actually because he told the''Germans of secret agreements: b.etVecn President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill." Requests Curfew ~ For Teen-Agers At Hot Springs HOT. SPRINGS, Ark., Sept.? 7. (UP)—it looks as though beys and girls under 16-year-old-ngc are going placed under a 10:30 p. in. Hot Springs. Garland'- County'.Judge Elza Housely, who also : presides over juvenile court, has asked Police 'Commissioner Weldon Rasbcrry to order irrest ;of all youngsters under 1G foiujd oh the streets after 1.0:30 at night. A similar request was made by Sheriff Marlon-Anderson and Mrs. Ada Smith, prbalion officer, j .Rasberry .says he welcomes the resqiiested action. This is what he has to say about the matter'. "For the past two xveeks activity of the night police force has been'mainly 'chasing leen-aye boys and girls off tli'e streets or picking them up and taking them home. 1 have n| >er seen a time when parents were 'so indifferent, to the welfare of their children." NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Letters testamentary on the estate ef John Park Hatchett, Deceased, were granted to the undersigned on the 7th day of September, 1(144, by the Probate Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit t.hem, properly authenticated, for allowance, to the undersigned as ecutrix of said estate, before the of one year from the date of the granting of the Setters testamentary upon said estate, and if such clai Bread for the Ovens of Paris THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 19'U Pa islans laise cage, hands toward Brills!, army Iniclt, where Tommies ore preparing to hand out sacks ot precious flour. Photo above shcnvs typical scene as Allies jnoved quickly to rcMcve , •.. ' acme food-shortage which gripped cily after Us liberation. '" Nazi Brass -Hats' Get It, Too Their Nazi arrogance forgotten, Gorman offlcqrs plod along i: TVris ''sheet with liatKls upraised, herded prisomvaid by memhrri o£ ». . ... Maquis'forces, ' be not. so presented, they' will be forever. barred. Dated this Gth clay ot. September; 19M.... 1 . " VIOLA B. HATCHETT, .1 Executrix. Roid &,Evravd, Attorneys for Executrix. 0'7-H-21-28-lo;5-K! . .• WAHNINC OKDEH The defendant, Isabella St. Clalr, is hereby warned-to appear In the Chancery Court for Hie Chlckasaw- ba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within Thirty (30) (lays nnd answer the complaint of tho plaintiff, Frank St. Clalr, .and upon, her failure so to do, said complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi Comity. Arkansas, and the seal of sald'conrt this the 1th day of June, 1944. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk. 9J-H-21-23 Army Elbows 3rd Baseman BOSTON (UP>—HurryUifj. to join the Washington Senators baseball team here, t h i r cT baseman Gil Tones was' forced to give up his plane seal twice to Army priori- tics. He then .boarded a train but was paged by telegram and told a plane reservation awaited him Arrivini; at Ihc airport, he found himself again elbowed off by an Army priority. Babies In France Given^Beer Diet 1 Instead of Millo MAUBEHOE. Near''Tlic Belgian IJorder, Sept, 7 (UP)—Some French Infants umler tlic German occupation .should grow'tip with a tnitc for the .German, national drink— because that's whnl' they were wc/mc'd on. • ..''•, Hwiry Gorrcll of the U;ille<l JYcss in' Northern France, reports that French babies have been kept alive on 11 regular diet of beer. ' When the German Army'occupied France it put a dally milk tribute on the farmers. Eticli farmer had to turn over 10 litres of - milk ft <tay, that's a little'over It) quarts— for every cow lit owned. And when the cows,went dry, the fanner had :o make it up sonic way-oven If he borrowed it from a neighbor. So thousands of babies \n rural France found themselves 'without milk. 13ut Hie practical prench- iiun • found a way out, An innkeeper at Mauberge told the UP man lliat u lot of' French babies were fed ii diet of' one and a h'nlf per cent beer. iml since seeing Is believing, (lie Innkeeper took Gorrcll home: and showed him his own kid. • -; "'.< Gorrell says "I saw the beer administered and eagerly accepted by his three-months old child." Birds are dying by the thousands ns a result of (.heir feathers being fouled by oil set afloat from torpedoed ships and submarines. Dr.'J.-J. Doyne Of Lonoke Dies / At Little Rptk '' LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 7 (U.P.)- Dr. J. J. Doyne of Ixjnoke, who (U voted more than a half century to advancing education In Arkan; .is, is dead. The 88-year-old Arkansas edu- c-alor died at a Little nock hospital (.nly yesterday. A native of FarneviUo, Va., Oi. Doyne was uradimleU from the University of Virginia in 1818, at the age of 20. He came to Arkansas Immediately following his graduation, and for nearly 50 years he was the leader of education in the utate. During this period he von stale and national recognition as an educational leadsr. . Doync began'his educatioMal ca- cr in Arkansiis as a teacher in Loiioko schools In 1878, where he remained until 1898, when he was appointed Arkansas SuvjcrlntcndeiU of I'ublle Instruction. He remained In that post unlil 1802, when he beunnc deputj' superintendent.. Doynu held the stac suiierinlcnd- eiicy for the second (line froin' lOUii to 1908. He resigned in 190"8 ] to Ijccome ' Ihc first president of' the then newly created State Normal School at Cpnway, now the Arkansas Slate Teachers College. When the college, was well' established, lie returned to Lonoke, where he remained until 1937, uhm he becsine superintendent of Hie Arkansas School for the Blind. IK 1 held Hint post until June 30, 1039, when he relircd from active i.ervicc. Dr. Doyne served as president of Hie Arkansas Education Assoela- . lion in 1888 and 1897. ('o«|ilc l)o aioru Thau'BU AM13IUDGI3, Pa. (UP1— Althougl- both arc physically haiKlicapped, Rev. and Mrs. Thomas E. Mills work side by side on the Navy's Impovlnnl shipbuilding program 'at U. S. Steel's American Bridge Company here. In addition to war work and Intensified church duties, thi patriotic couple have more net their quoin in war bonds. CIC1M IRRITATIONS OF «fl'rVBFl EXTERNAL CAUSE Acno nimpleg, ccaenm, factory Uenoft- t tis,Mmploriiigu-omi, tetter, sakrhcmn, I urn|)S, (blllcklLL'mU), and uely. broken- r it skin. . Millions rcliovu i.tcliinp, bilrn- i g mid Mrencai of theso misonca ivilli ^ iii[il<: hdino ticattncnt. Goca lo work rvt t ice. Aiil.^ iK-aling, works liio autis-eptiu i uy. UAT lU:if:k and \Vhito Ointment only ns *'.ircct«l. H)fl. 25c, SOq sizes. 25 3-cara' encix'.ss. ^Mmiey-back gunruixtco. A r ital in ck'nnsiu^,' J3 gonsl Euaj>. Ejijoy fn- inous illaek m:d \Vhito Skiti Soap daily. Domestic air express totaled 811,850 shipments in the first half of 1944, compared with 721.17G shipments in the similar 1943 period, an increase of 12.5 per cent. i REGISTERED HEREFORD A t T L at the Win F. HEINZ FARM Bismarck, Mo. (Former Home of the $4000 Junior Fxteff), Due to the farm labor problem I am forced to reduce my herd of cattle. Will offer for quick sate eight head of heifers old enough to breed. Also cows with calves at foot and rebred to Junior 2nd, a son of Junior Exteil . . . And several young bulls by the latter sire. Jhese cattle are of Domino and Junior Exteil breeding. Be Sure to See Our Consignment At the Farmington, Mo. Sale September llth a Fr«*he*t Stock Guaranteed Beet Pricw Kirby Drag Stores Dlack bears are found In color phases of -Jet-black, brown, gray,' smoky, and white. ; LOVELY-ALLURING • LOW-COST PERMANENT WAVE your*, easily, cool-ly. at home. Do U ytxjrw.-If.Th« amaimg conlaira everything yyu newi, pcimaiwnt. wave eoluUan, curlers, Etiatupuo and wave-Ki. Safe for cytry lype of (air. Praised by Hollywood movie tiara, Over 5 niUkion aqlti. Get a CltnrtiirKurl Kit loday,/- Klrby Bros. Drug Store find all drug stores, I Have Opened NEW OFFICES I.ocaletl In The First National Bank Building. 104 S. Second New Phone, 2641 H. C.Campbell l:\clusivc Ile;\l Estate llealer Shoes are costly—^ have them renewed where ei- acttng care combined with superlative workman- insure their being properly ship repaired. Every stjle of repair b made here —RIGHT! H-flLTSRS QUflLITY SHOC SHOP, 121 ..W. MA.IN. ST. GARAGES and We have the largest stock of Genuine Chevrolet parts between Memphis and St. Louis. We give maximum discounts to all authorized garages and service stations, If our wholesale man fails-to call on you please pardon us and call Mr. Shelton at 578. \ The Lov Eich Chevrolet (o. Blytheville, Ark. Phone Day or Night 578 Hubbard Special Fall Prices Furniture Compare these prices with our lists cf years gone by and you will find they are the same as always. We all cuss the price control, but it has saved, and still is saving you thousands and thousands of dollars on the things you buy. And in the future it will save us a price crash. So let's all pull together and hold these prices down so we won't have the usual panic after this war like we had after the last one. 3-Pieee Modern Walnut Finish Suites, Vanity, Bed and Chest 3-Piece Walnut Finish Suite. Full Size ...... 4-Piece Extra Large Round Mirror Suite consisting of Vanity Dresser with Plate Glass Mirror, 32 inch Chest of Drawers, Poster Bed with 4" Posts, and Bench Mattresses and 50 Pound Cotton Mattress . 6.95 55 Pound Plate Felt Mattress 9.95 60 Pound isle of Paradise Mattress 14.95 Simmons White Knight Mattress 39.50 Serta 4-A Mattress 39.50 SPECIAL: Peerless Mattress and Box Spring Both for the low price of 34 95 Cane Chairs, First Quality .......\ 1.25 Rockers Priced from 5.95 to 49.95 Platform Rockers in All Colors and Styles. Spring Filled Cushions In All Price Ranges. We have a nice selection of SIMMONS COUCHES, with full spring construction, priced the same as before: $49.95; $5995 $69.95 and $79.95. ' ' A Nice Selection of Living Room Suites With Full Spring Construction. PRICED RIGHT! All Victory model living room suites and studio couches at reduced prices to clean them out. Make us a price ... We want to sell them. LINOLEUM and 9x12 Rugs (Our Leader) . .......... 3 95 9x12 Gold Seal Rugs .' ................ 6.95 Cheap felt Base Congoleum . ...... 50c sq yd Gold Seal and Armstrong Yd. Goods 65c sq yd Armstrong's Inlaid Linoleum (Laid) 2.50 sq yd We don't have the best stock of merchandise we have ever had —far from it — but we believe we have the best selection you will find in this territory, and will ask you to try us when your local merchant doesn't have what you want. IF IT CAN BE HAD, WE N CAN GET IT! i HUBBARD FURNITURE (0. Blytheville, Arkansas

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