17 BLTTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2-1, Aflrf »•* On« 1C* So mUBUBUK. Minn. (VP)—An MwUwrn weipe and the book "Life Regius at rvjrly" lins resulted In a »30.000 world market for Trull cake baked by Mrs, Jewel limit. Mrs. bradt picked up Ilic boo* in 1939 and decided tliat even though .she wiis piist 50, she might, add somo extra money to her savings bv putting on Die market tier fruit cuke, which friends said was CHRISTMAS . . . the Lord has come, let the earth receive her King. Again, Handel's old hymn urges you —receive your King—Christmas in your church! . May Your Christmas Be a Happy One/ from your Truman Submits UNRRA Report $750,000,000 Due To Be Involved in Program for 1947 WASHINGTON. Dec. 24— (UP) — President Truman reported to Con- BICK.S yesterday Hint UNRRA deliveries of relief niirt rehabilitation .supplies in 1947 may amount to $75(1,000.000. Mr. Truman said that delivery of these supplies would, make it unlikely that more than a few liberated counties would require fjrnutj; or loans during the coming year. The President expressed "full agreement" with the proposal of the State Department that each KOYcinnicnl enter Into direct ar- ranfienienu w iUi nations requiring assistance after UNRHA Is Itqul- ' dntc ( ) next year. I Mr. Truman's report was the ' ninth, that has been made to Con- j gross about UNRRA's activities Congress. In establishing UNRRA. I ordered that a quarterly report be ninde to It. Mr. Truman wild th;U by the end of (he next citinrtcr he tlioiiBht 11 would bo possible to provide a clearer picture ,,r Ihc plans for liquidation of UNRRA. The agency Is scheduled to end Us purchase program by Dec. 31 a nd i o dlseon- Inuc distribution or supplies Europe by March 31 and to Asia iy June 30. Mr. Tnunan .said that in the list qmirlcr the United Slates oinplclcci UK contribution of $2 00,000.000 for UNRRA. Tile U S :onlrlbulion amounted [ 0 72 per of the total resources of Estimated shipments from the United States durin K the last quiir- er amounted i o 3,59(5,517 i. o ,; s . ,, r •ch'cf goods worth $284.915,000 In lie last quarter the United States »-<>vMed about 77 per cent of total UNRRA shipments in tcrnis of lonnnge. The President estimated that Hie r ood problem in Europe in the win- er of 1947 "would be sulisUnlial- y improved over that which existed in (lie winter of 1946." Ho add»,; i h ?. WCVer> lhat lhc Progress made thus far would be seriouslv Jeopardized if food supplies fall shorter than arc now anticipated. He's Happy early Konlli Pole expedition of Alt- their old curs, but can't K 'H new thing that protrudes niiral Byrd and plans to talk with <;ncs. stnucbcrg remodels their uu- Uic Byrd party during then- pros- tomobiles. A complete "r-'-slyling" cut operations In the Antarctic. | includes removing all chromium, changing radiator grille design and ing the top about four inches. • g «* ft t.f* k. ~ lu^ti.n^ niv tup ;imjiiu lour mcjit':>. It rOU Ian t \ietNew Cm, Tim trunk handle also I? removed Have It 'Re-styled' MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. (:j.r>)_ Jerry Slngcberg, 22, runs an automobile "rc-slylliiB'' WBCiny hnrc. Aware Hint people arc lired 01 Hie license plate pm- under glass. Ut'jiilt; a low, poweriul- louking, streamlined automobile. Rtageberg said that 1 Ire ger,er«i icJca i.s to -smootlie up the &uriac?a of Hie vehicles by removing any- fur Lot 89 Wins MEOHANISCBURG, Pa. (UP) — War Surplus Lot No. 89 — a group or industrial thermometers — drew its highest bid from A. s. Light, of Middletown. Pa., who likes to keep thi'.'.Ks uniform. Light took the lot for $89.89. Head Courier Ne\ft Want Ads. BEN FRANKLIN STORES It'll be n liap|iy Xnias lor Buddy IirntDii Hart, "l-ycar-old son ct Mr. and Mrs. William Hurt, Fort Won!). Doctors told Buddy s parents lie would not live to hr> 2nd to | birthday when hi: was 3-months :<s> old. because he was n victim 01 S|i:is!ic paralysis. Mrs. Hail, never gave up, however, and tin 011,511 consum msissai!'! and trc.itmcn'.s sho linatly realised lhc fi-.ii'.s 01 her efforts. Now at the aye of fo ir Buddy can walk, ride his tnc.vcio, and lalks i:.sin<-; vov/els only. iNLA Tclcpholo.) Distinctive Peak • a la nicy "L B1liC holds in Peak. 7242-foot peak , l , C Hills of 5olllh O^ota, the distinction of bcin R the highest point in the United States between the Atlantic and Rocky mountains. Radio Amateur Contacts Swedish Birthplace TiRAINTllIEK, Ma:;s. i U.P.I -Radio contact v.'lth almost die exact .spot v.-licrc he wis hovn in Sweden has Ijccn made recently hv an East Brninlrec radia BDUI- tcur. oificials of tl:c S\vc<lis]i National Broatlcastinp: system made recordings of the cotimiunlca'.ions fo' - rehrop.ctcast over the Swedish ictwork. Tlie "Jiaiu." E<hvard R. Myi'ljcck, •.links, to his brother. Ciiinttiv Oaj- icr, at a Swedish umatoiir station. M.vrberk's station. WIAKY. now iMtflins regular contact with Ihc •vlis'i s'-Hinn, SWOWK, wllichj iti Stockholm. Myrbcck coimiuinicatcd will', tiic delicious. 'Minneapolis .stores>,loc<k her tlrst batch for a profit of only $100, but since then she boosted her business to n $3,003 net in 1945, when she I baked 25.000 pounds. HERE'S WISHING YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS! The gayest and friendliest season of the? year is at hand. Merry Christmas to one and all and a very Happy New.Year! FEiNBERG'S FASHION SHOP GREETINGS! AND BEST WISHES FOR A REAL MERRY CHRISTMAS We are hoping that every one of you enjoys the happiness of Christmas and the holiday season. We wish to express our thanks for your patronage and your friendship, and hope we may serve you throughout the future years . . . FDT Service SHOP Phone 491 Giencoe Bldg. s i A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS At this sctison of the your, we pause to vfish ogr patrons a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR! And at this time we realize, more than ever, how much your patronage has mctmt to our success. FORSYTH GROCERY & MKI. 621 So. Lake St.
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