The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 25, 1946
Page 5
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THURSDAY, JULY 25, 19-10 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE F1VB $75,000,000 Loan Favored Controls and Un-De-Controls Inflicted on New OP A Board liY FllKUICItlCK (.'. OTIIMAN ITiiiifEl J'rcss SUlff ('urri'.sjxjmU'iit WASHINGTON. July 25. (Ul'l — All I know iiboiit the new Ol'A bill is (1) Una the U. S.- SPiinlu reslHiimnt, still is out of butter iiurt <2) thill 11 fish is an HgrlciiUural 1) rod i let. Tlie rest. I regret to report, is k'obbk'di'sook. As Sen. Robert A. Tillt ot ollio I. 1 ' 1 "• "«-' '>'«' >s !"feet financially i u ' l '" lilull>1 .v complicated. Price con- year of hide- trols ' V:llew "bout. De-conlrols 1 ' heard a'coul. When Sen. AIDen Banking Committee in House Okays Sum For New Republic WASHINGTON, July 25. (UP) — The Mouse Hanking Committee to- dny approved a $75,000.000 loan to tlie Philippines lo lielp lite new republic yet on il diu-lni; tin; first ]>endei)ce. jvThe committee cut down the'^'- Harkley of Ky., mentioned Un- ^ICD.COO.COO originally proposed by He-Controls 1 went lo lunch at ciiulnnnu Jasper Hell, U.. Mo., o'fjlhe Senate hennery. the House Insular Affairs Coin- The (iO-ccnt senatorial special nilttee on tin? suggestion of (he. consisted of a baked tomato siiil- National Advisory Commiltee on I fod ^jti, i( mystfrlous hash, SOHII Monetary Affairs. The cominltlcc i black-eyed pens, a dab of .sin'*' and said $75.000.000 was sufficient to' :l c | um 'k of torn bread No better meet tlie island's lirst year budget deficit. i New Cabinet I Is Formed In Paraguay ASUNCION, Paraguay, July 25. (UP)—Paraguay had a new cabinet today, including representatives of two parties which only recently were granted rc-udmifsion to the political arena. President lllylnio MoriiugoN cabinet resigned Monday to clear Hie way for the sliatenp after popular demonstrations against the administration. They followed on the heels of the Bolivian revolution. Gen. Junn Rovira was given the key post of interior minister in Moriui^o'.s new cabinet. The newly recognized Colorado (Republican) and revolutionary February concentration sot three posts each. com bread. No The management is wuHliiB the price lo come down befor UiUcT.s the fienator.-i' bread. Or so 1 was informed. This is to;ij>h on :;cmUors. No mailer what kind of law they pass, they still gel no butler. They had none most of the time under the old Ol'A because there wasn't any to be bought; now there's plenty but it's 79 cents a pound. Explains wo hour oration explaining Hie jill. 1 ater on he said: "BCme one is going to get sllshl- iy burned a little bit." The senators and the representatives had Iheir own (roubles concocting a law that would suil every body and ihey should not Ije unduly criiieiv.ed. but what they dirt lo (lie English language Is 1111 uu- rationctl crime. I'll ipiole one sentence from I lie bill If you'll promise to read it lo the bitter end: "No maximum price regulation or order shall require the reduction of the established peacetime discounts or markups for Hie sille ol any manufactured or processed commodity, lieatiiiK as n single commodity for tlie purpose of Ill's paragraph all commodities in a line of related commodities, which, for I he purpose of establishing man. ufactuL-ei'.s' and proessors 1 maximum prices, have been placed by the Office of Price Administration under a single regulation, if the retail, wholesale, or other distributive trade .selling: such commodity shows (you still with me?) that (he commodity constituted approximately one half or more of tlie gross sales income of u majority of the persons encaged in such trade in 19-15 and soft shell crabs and blue point oys- As for the new status of catfish, | llinl, in the first quarter of I!)Hi, the deliveries of such commodity lo such distributive trade \veie less than 10G per cent of the deliveries thereof in the corresponding quarter of 194ft." You figure that one out. I've got to shop for some butter belore things (pardon. Ren. TafU i;cl any more Interminable. "Garden City" In 1809, Chicago began an extensive park development and sonn afterwards its total area of ters. the law says: "(They) shall be deemed to be agricultural commodities." That would seem to make a fisherman a farmer and his hook-and-linc a plow, but let us not get involved in lhat. The lawmakers have troubles enough. They ordered cslablishment of a three-man board (salaries $12.030 a year each) to control, de-control and, of course, un-dc-control the prices of tilings beginning August 21. These gentlemen, according to Loth pros and antis, are going lo (•arn their wages. I don't envy 'cm. Even now the peti'ions aie being prepared, the brief typed, and the affidavits printed for the thousands of citizens who will demand justice, or else, of the boardsmen. -Will not the distinguished senator agree with me," demanded £cn. Forrest C. Donncl of Mo.. parks comprised 1887 acres. The i "That when prices nre rolled bac!-:, city, then acquired the nickname [ there will be a considerable niun- o'^f"OM 9 ilill Garden City" and that name emblazoned on the municipal coat-of-arms. ber of severe "Naturally Sen. liaikley headaches?" fiierc wilt be," said in the course of his Hebcr Springs Banker, O. B. Rohbins, Dies 11EI3ER SPRINGS, Ark., July 25. (UP) -Funeral services were scheduled here today for O. H. Rohbins. 59. bunker who died in a Searcy hospital Tuesday. Robbins, a graduate of Ouachita College at Arkadelphia, was also a past president of the Beebc Ag- rlciillimu College at Beebc. lie was a member of the Agricultural Committee of the Arkansas Bankers.' Association, and vice-commander of the Sixth District American Legion. Survivors arc his wife, two brothers and two sisters. Appearing before the Mcml Com mil tee at his o\vu request. Senate Democratic Lender Albcn Barkley from Kentucky, denied that he had over telephoned the Washington office of a inldwt'Kl munitions firm now uiv.ler Congressional Investigation in Washington. Barkley said calls mentioned in previous testimony as having come from his 1 office were made by one of hi:; secretaries, usually In (ell her husband, Charles chance, to come ny night. and take her home at (NliA Tclepholo.) Mineral Production Totals $51,431,536 LTITL].; DOCK, Ju:y' '2r>. Mineral production In Arkansas hi 1045 amounted to $fil,<Ltl.5:i!i, nc- eordinf,' to State Otologist Harold l-'o.\hall. Petroleum lolnllng 28.5CO.OOn barrels was valued at $:!«.!,SKW,817. mid a total of 1.080817 tons of coal was ' valued til. S7.«87,7C-1. i^ QUALITY OF PRODUCT IS ESSENTIAL TO CONTINUING SUCCESS Wood enfiravint by 11. McCormfct based upon the ongioal oil pamtiojt C\- So Round, So Firm.. So Fully Packed So Free and Easy On The Draw Means fine Tbtacco C \\y-Svpee III i&Z*J IQ9-I 109-111 MAIN STREET 2c Sale POST'S RICE TOASTIES 2nd Pkg. ".'.'.'.'. 02c BOTH Grade "A" Raw MILK ..... qt. Ik White KttiULAK SJit, 3 tor 20s •— **^-~^ — *>S —v^^^^N^^^^ Cashmere Bouquet with the Fragrance Men Love SOAP 3 for 27c Yellow MEAL.. 25b.*1» No. 2 Can PIMIENTOB.. 97c Dorothy's — 8 oz. Pie (rust Mix... IQc SU-MAR — 46 01. Orange Juice..42c 100 POUNDS Scratch Feed J5°° Bath BATH SIZE, 2 for 19c MORE SUDS i MAKE THE WASH 61 ,(, FASTER... EASIER I yQtfrJ>c(& Largo Size 26c OCTAGON — Limit 4 — 4 for CLEANSER ... 15c ONLY 300 BOXES — LIMIT 1 RINSO. . . small Ik DOROTHY'S BISCUIT MIX...IQc 16 Per Cent Dairy Feed....*4 25 MILL RUN BRAN....... 100 ft _ S • *c\ Arkansas Grpw.n . .Ib. Home Grown, Green LIMA WHITE VELVET OKRA .... ib 22c Banana, Befl or Hot PEPPERS . ib Beef, Rib and Brisket STEW ..,. ib 2Sc 'A" Grade Round Ib. 49c STEAKS Roun ' d • lb - 49c Loin . . Ib. 54c 'AA" Grade LAMB C! K.C.VEAL Cutlets Sb. 59c Chops Ib. 49c BEEF ROAST Prime Rib Ib. 43c Chuck. Ib. 34c GROUND MEATS Hamburger Ib. 29c Pork Sausage Ib. 33c LIVER Beef.. lb/29c Pork . . Ib. 25c LUNCH MEATS Bologna •»..... Ib. 39c Pressed Ha m Ib, 59c YOUR HOME OWNED MARKET

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