The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1944 · Page 8
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BLYTHEVJELCE '(ARK,). .COURIER NEWS THURSDAYY, SEPTKMBEH 28, 1044 Nazi Connection vv- s (aid To Jaekle su : .. '* Hannegan Accuses " GOP Leader Of Old $ Bund Affiliation nntl nnswcr the connilnlnt of the [rtalntjir, Prank St..C!nlr, and upon lier failure so to do, said complaint will be tnkcu as confessed. Witness my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court for tlie Clitcknsawua District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, and the seal of snld Court this the 7th day of June, 1914. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. 9|7-H-21-23 YORK; sept. ,23 UJPI — Democratic* National.. Chairman Hannegan has accused New York Slate'Republican Chairman Edwin F. Jaekle of association-with Ihe German-American bund. "Anci that Isn't all Ilannce'nn says $at Jaekle Is violently anti-catholic and anti-Polish, ';'.,;,. f rHannegan charges that Republican represcntalhe Mruk of Buf- fjlo told him he was refused GOP endorsement for re-election because he Is> Catholic and of Polish ancestry. .'And as for Jackie's alleged Nazi connections, Hannegan says lie has proof of them from an old Buffalo newspaper. He explains that It describes a German day celebration In 1937 in which Jackie appeared in a,.program with German ambassador Hans Dleckhoft, And Hannegan says Jaekle once was at tprney for the German American Bund. i 'Tlio'iicmocratlc national chairman goes on to predict that Jaecklc would have been given the chalr- Jlianshlp of the Republican National committee In return for his sui>port of Governor Dewey. * "However," concludes Hnnnegnn, "his .personal record could not stand , close examination, but he remains very much in power In what I think is best described as (be Dewey cellar gang." NOTCCE OF •.•ADMINISTRATION f Letttrs testamentary on the estate *f Jtihn Park Hatchelt, Deceased, Were granted to the undersigned on the 7th day of September, 1914, by the Probate Court of Mississippi <JS>unty, Arkansas, •j All,persons having claims ngalnst said estate ore required to exhibit them,'properly authenticated for nl- Itjwancc, to the undersigned ns executrix of said estate, before the end of one year from the date of the granting of the lettcrs.testnmcntary upon said estate', and If such claims be not so presantcd, they will be Jprever barred. Dated this 6th day of September, 1944. «(, - VIOLA B. HATCHETT, " • Executrix Reid & Evrard, ' " Attorneys for Executrix. 917-14-21-28-1015-12 •WARNING ORDER "The defendant, Isabella St. Clnir Is hereby waViicd to appear in the phan'cery, Court for the Cliicknsaw- Sa District of Mississippi County Arkansas, within Thirty (30) days Half Moon News 'Members of the Womens Society of Christian Service met Tuesday night with Mrs. J. E. Johnston with seven members present. The program on Medical Work In United States, Alaska and Dominican Republic" was participated In by all members, and plans were discussed lo begin gathering clothing for British children. Plans also were made for prayer week which will be held at the church. Mrs, John Humphrey Uaimou of BlythcvUlc Is visiting this week with Mr, and Mrs. Ilniold llimnon. Mrs. John Plnkley of Gosnell is Hie guest this week of Mr/ and Mrs. Hycln Oncnl. Mis. II. C. Buck Is 111 nl iier liome. Bales Bashers of Clarendon, Ark., s spending a week here with his daughter, Mrs. Harold Jlannon find family. Word has been received from Pfc. Hugh Williams, who Is somewhere In France. Private Williams •ays the country is beautiful. Die people friendly, and that they go on about this business as though tlio war were not going on all momiel them. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago nl lioslon. St. Ixmls at New York, OlnclnnnU at Brooklyn. 1'lUsburgl) nt Philadelphia,- Iwl llfhl-nlghl. AMK11ICAN UvA«UE Washing Ion nt Detroit. New York nl SI, Louis, Philadelphia at Cleveland, Boston nt Chicago. m MILK PRODUCTION FEED INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL Feeds are established ,'n Ihe opinions of farmers and stock-raisers as fhe family name of high-character feed products. Over 50 years of developing quality and satisfaction has .none into the scientific blending of grains, meals, minerals and other nutrients for better milk production. You CAN get more production without increasing your herd, if you feed INTERNATIONAL Dairy Feeds. Stop in at your dealer's today—atwayt insist on INTERNATIONAL. BUY INTERNATIONAL DAIRY FEEDS »l.l.... ,..,.,,.- At Your Dealer's OVER lOtTMILtlON BAGS ALREADY SOLD . . . 'THEY MUST BE GOOD Your Grocer Has It! Delicious Hart's FRUITCAKE -Fresh Always! , Here's the same delicious fruit cake we found so popular last year. .. And AT THE - SAME PRICE! We're mighty proud of these cokes, and we haven't stinted on any of the ingredients. You'll find them just as good as those Mother used to bake . . . Your grocer will have these cakes for the next few weeks—try one! REMEMBER Don't Say Bread Say "HART'S!" * MAIL EARLY OCTOBER 15th LAST DAY For MAILING CHRISTMAS OVERSEAS PACKAGES! Fruit cakes are tops on the,list of things the serviceman or woman likes best for Christmas. . . . To facilitate mailing, we're baking a number in oblong shape, just the size to fit into an overseas package. Hart's Bakery , i v Blythevilie Owned—Employing Blythevilie people ni.: Hubbard Special Fall Prices On Furniture Compare these prices with our lists of 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-Piece 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 50 Pound Cotton Mattress 6.95 55 Pound PSate Felt Mattress .! 9.95 60 Pound Isle of Paradise Matress 14.95 Simmons White Knight Matress 39.50 Serta 4-A Mattress 39.50 SPf CIAL: Peerless Mattress and Box Spring Both for the low price of 34 OCKERS Cane Chairs, First Quality 1.25 Rockers Priced from 5.95 to 49.95 Tlntfonn Uockers in All Colors and Styles. Spring Filled Cushions In All Price Ranges. UCHEJ We have a nice selection of SIMMONS COUCHES, with full spring construction, priced the same as before: $49.95, $59.95, $69.95 and $79.95. A Nice Selection of Living Room Suites With Full Spring Construction. PRICED RIGHT! All Victory model living room suites and studio couches, at reduced prices to clean them out. Make us a price . . . We want to sell them. 9 935P... shrd shrd fwy rdlu anl anon 9x12 Ruqs (Our Leader) 3.95 9xl2Gofd Seal Rugs 6.95 Cheap Felt Base Congoleum 50c sq yd Gold Seal arid Armstrong Yd. Goods 65c sq yd Armstrong Inlaid Linoleum (Laid) 2.50 sq yd We also save si fair selection of large size Armstrong rugs, 12x12 sviul 12xto at our OND CEILIN'G PRICES. <''• We don't have the best stock of merchandise we have ever had —far from it—but we believe we have the best selection you will find in this territory, and will ask you to try us when your local merchant doesn't have what you want. IF IT CAN BE HAD, WE CAN GET IT! bard Blytheville, Ark, Open 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 Last Time Today ! vtflh NANCY COIEMAN • MART 6OIANO 1 VICTOZ F8ANCEN • N AZIMOYA ' Msno'd r.a& • Mji« by lta*i Wciaion News of (he Day Short Friday and Saturday 'Song of the Saddle 7 with Dick Fornn, "The'Singing t'uivlioj 1 ' mill Alniii I.loyd Serial: "!)cscr( Hawk" Short. R1TZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WEEK-DAY WIGHTS Box Office Opens 7:IS—Slioiv-Slnrls :it 7:30. SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS Bo* Office Opens 1 Show Starts 1:15 Thursday and Friday LOUISIANA PURCHASE (In Technicolor) U'ith ^4^ Bob Hojie, Ycra Zorinu & VJij or IVIoDre' Paramount News Comerly CHICKASAW West Mala Near 21st Si. at. starts 12:45; Bon. start* 1:1$ Hlght shorn 5:45 Except Monday, opena 6:« Continuous shows Bat. and Bon. Last Time Today Double Feature "HI YA, CHUM" with the KHz Bros. 'FOLLOW THE BAND' Midi Frances Langfortl . -" . ,-' Friday and Salurd^j f Double feature "RED RIVER VALLEY" Will! Kny Rogers "MURDER IN TIMES SQUARE" with Kdmirml Lime SEK1AL: "(i-Mcn vs. Ihc Black Dr.-tgon." Comedy. New Theatre Manila's Finest Shows Nightly 8:00 P. M. Matinees Saturday & Sunday Best Washed Air Cooling System Last Time Today "EVE OF ST. MARK" with i Michael O'Slic.t Fox News & Short Friday "MELODY TRAIL' with Gene Aulry Serial ,t Sliort

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