The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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THURSDAY,. Jit AY 2, 1940 Draft Decision Hears Deadline Congress Must Act Before Present Law \ Expires on May 15. WASHINGTON. Muy 2. (UP) — Senate leaders cast a wary eye ul tlie calendar today and decided they must act next week on extension of the draft law. The present law expires May 15 unless Congress acts before then. Concessional leaders were confident it would. Hut time was running short. He- Tore Miiy 15, the Senate must act en a pending extension bill and then reach agreement with tlie house on an acceptable compromise. Administration sources nfireisl tliat the Senate could not delay the draft question' beyond uex; Wednesday. They figured the Senate would pass a bill within three . 'days. Thill would allow less Mian a week for Senate and House ton- ferees to work out something on which both houses could asice. Here is (he way it .shaped up just I'J days before the Mny 15 deadline: 1. Thp house on April 15 approved ;, nine month extension which would forbid any drafting from May 15 to Oct. 15. exempt all 'teen ayers and fathers, and force release of draftees at the end of 18 months service. U.K (AKfc.) CODUIKK NK\YS State's Crude Oil Production Shows Decline Et IXJKAIXJ, Ark., May . -Although production <n oil condensatt sas (he slut cessed ^.ii 1 1946 than according and oil 'coin liopps>i( ofl it refh t mm pri'ce lisslun. 11 Arkir.i-! cries pro- 1 crude in | line yen i 1 , i • The decrease *•« uUrlkul«d''lo line failure of some 57 wildest wells i drilled during it><4 to uncover up- picelfiblr sources. Oas production from oil anrt r ls pools of south Arkansas di'OplK'd iroin 61.128,715 cubic feel o[ tut ill 1911 to 58.0-18.913 In 1945. In north Ai Kansas. t;a.s prixluc- Ul>> j lion I'osis from 4,H»9.SJ7 In 1044 In and I S.m.17. r > In 1945, with, all un,s Ix 1 - Production fulled to show an Increase for the Hi si lime in eiKln years, dropping from M.'.IOfi.OSl barrels In 1944 to 2X,5U1..m barrels LT-st year, Sruorrd Spins Yunts PHILADELPHIA iUl>>—Th,. dogs in « i/ruin West Hliihulelj-Mu neighborhood are being lieftled to sonic lull seafminu yi\ms thesu days. Seaweed, a black-and-white pn|>- J)y, wn.s born Jan. 18 on the U. 8. Ininspoit West Point, two d»ys out of Miinllii, bound for llu> Unliei V£" him, limnci ui'ion'hls dls-1 R*»d Courltr New« W»nt A(J». i""'" c |ltow wl " c ''' ''"" l>e s<:t lo . llle work . without,-huaiwi 1 A aM.r^ ^KJ.''•'-.;. r.-c-i |^-^*T --;--'.-^.J, tl -" r< "'*' °" (l i ,~ _'".. _,, BY FRED HARMAN 2. Tlie Senate Military Committee has approved Affairs bill Most beautiful 'legs of the year belong to'actress Leslie Brooks, above, say the Hosiery Designers or America. She won.'he •title in 1944, but didn't corr icle last year, when she was awa.(iii|; the birth of her daughter. ; dialling more men than absolut 1 - ly necessary to maintain an Army- Navy-Mnrhie force of 1.V3G.OOO by July. 1947. The Army discharged 289.000 men and women during April, bringing to 7.074.000 the number returned to civilian life since the end of the European war. which would extend the law for f» f f one year, exempt all fathers, lim- ! ^fhflfht it service to 18 months and forbid •"'^-"•••V-'•* As Leader of Anti-Nazi Unit Coal Shortage Brings Curbs On Electricity By United Press Illinois curtailed the use of electricity today and state and city officials across the country contemplated similar measures as coal supplies dwindled and the shortage grew in intensity. Tlie shortage caused by montlilong soft coal walkout ready had resulted in the loss u ! 54.%«.844 tons, according to the Solid Fuels Administration. An estimated (io.OOO workers were idle in conl-consuming industries. In Illinols/'a fl htowii'out" more drastic than the wartime curfew went into effect, darkening movies ant! display signs and limiting electric power to industrial and commercial users. Similar regulations were anticipated in major cities throughout the East and Midwest, where officials reiwrted coal stockpiles ap- .preaching' the danger point. NUERNBERG. May 2. (UP) — Kjalmar Sclmcht described himself Lo the war crimes court today us (he leader of an anti-Nazi group which plotted to overthrow Adolf Hitler but "never got going because we waited on the outcome of negotiations abroad." Schacht, testifying for the third day in his own defense, said he v.as "continually in touch with friends abroad—Americans, British. Frencii and neutrals" who were aware ol his plans and scheming against Hitler. He said he began in 1937 Irving to line up dependable opposilioi groups in Germany. "All the circles in which I Ind hopes were failures—scientists ntu the I economists educated in Germany ' al- i Schaeht testified. "The leading rToii- omists crowded Hermann Goerinc,: anteroom after he took power, am shunned mine." Go/den Rule Foundation Honors Senator's Mother NEW YORK. May 2. (UP)—The Golden Rule Foundation has named Mrs. Emma Clarissa Clement of Louisville, Ky., us the American Mother of 1940, and the selection of slate mothers included Mrs Roberta Pulbrlght, Fayetteville. Ark. Mrs. Pnlbright is the mother of J. W. Pulbright,, Arkansas junior member in-the United Slates Senate. There are millions of Chinese in northwestern China who have never tasted nor seen rice. RADIO REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on make or rno^el Reliabl PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Callihan Electrical Appliance Co. Aatharhed M*tonta lUdto Sain aod Service 106 So. First St. Too Lofe to Classify For Sale ITs «sier to bake «vlih THE MAGIC MILLER S BEST FLOUR! And you can utc the colored prjnr sack in many xvays around the house. MAGIC MILL BE5T 11 Jl Store Your Clothing Now '2 Phones 474 nnel 475 Our unexcelled COLD STORAGE facilities guarantee ABSOLUTE PROTECTION for ALL of Your Furs, Woolens, ond Household Linens. Mo Charges Due Until Fall KU-WA Launderers Cleaners 218-220 North Second Street Louisiana Ribbon Cane VtGETABlES Large Crispy Stalk CELERY . each 12c Jumbo Heads LETTUCE each 13c Garden Fresh ENGLISH PEAS . . Ib. 12k Tender Fresh CORN ear 5c For Slicing CUCUMBERS lb..15c Tender DclMontc ASPARAGUS. 11b. bunch 15c All Green Hods CABBAGE .... lb.6k Fresh Cuban PINEAPPLE each 35c Red Triumph POTATOES . . . 10lbs.39c Mayfair, Whole Dill PICKLES-Pint jar 25C Spare Stamps 9 and 49 are good for 5 lb«. each SUGAR 5Lbs 35c 10Lbs.--69c Small Size Box Yellow Laundry Special SOAP - - 4barsJOc WHhomer No. 2 can Ohio Valley • BlackeyedPeas--No.2can16c Scott County KIDNEY BEANS-12oz.can10c KRAFT DINNER - - White or Yellow ONIONS . . . Ib.Sk Stringlcss Valentine GREEN BEANS . . Ib. 21c Fancy Slicing Quality TOMATOES . . . Ib. 23c Sun Kist—432 Size LEMONS . . . Doz. 19c Seedless Pink Meat—80 Size GRAPEFRUIT . . 2for15c White or Yellow BABY SQUASH - - Ib. 16c Jackson's Fresh River CATFISH Ib. 59c Pure Pork Country Style SAUSAGE - - Ib. 33c Edam's Old Fashioned HOOP CHEESE - Ib. 59c i- Brooktiolci CREAM CHEESE - - Ib. 69c Bordcn's CHEESE SPREADS - 5oz.19c FRANKFURTERS - - Ib. 37c Fresh — Whole or Half PORK HAMS - -. Ib. 38c Rib or Brisket STEW BEEF - - - - Ib. 24c BOLOGNA * /* if* l-n TOMATO JUICE-46oz.can23c Sailor Man, All Green Spears ASPARAGUS - No. 2 can 35c Aunt Jemima MEAL - - - Ulb.box10c Strained Heinz or Gerber's BABY FOOD - - - 3for20c Heinz White VINEGAR - Pinf10c;Qf.19c Shiblcy's Best — Plain Only FLOUR - - - 25lbs.$1.15 Fat Back or Jowls SALT MEAT - - - - Ib. 19c . MILK P«t Pevely or Armour's Large can 9 Small can 5 Preserves Grape, Peach, Pineapple, Apricot 16 oz. Jar 39* LIBERTY CASH GROCERY! Blytheville's Food Headquarters Phone 2763 Birds Eye Peaches sliced pkg 31 c Birds Eye Golden Sweet CORN - - - pkg. 24c Birds Eye Chickenalakingpk.69c Dried Pinfo.or , Great Northern BEARS 5lbs. 50c 10 IDS, . 9tc 'almolive Regular Size 3 for 20c Bath SIM 501 West Main Street 2 for . 19c

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