The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 6, 1947
Page 9
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THURSDAY, KEBRUARY 0, .1947 BLYT1IEVIL1.IS (AHK.) COUUlKIl NEWS OPA Runs Short Oi Finances Price Chief Reports On Dire Need for Early Appropriation WASHINGTON. Pel). 0. (UP)Trice Chief Max MsCullOHgh said today that Hie OPA will have to halt operations next montli unless Congress voles it extra funds. Other CPA sources r.ald that It the extra money Is not foitliccmiln(> (t will effectively halt tent control •erntions us well as sugar rationing and price control on rice. They said ttiese controls would remain on the books, but would b? meaningless without means to enforce them. McCulloUKh lold.a reporter, However, that he was not alarmed at the situation. Hut he confirmed that OPA will have exhausted its present funds—except for $16.000,OCO that must be held in reserve for liquidation—by late March. President Truman has asked Congress for a $5,950.000 deficiency appropriation to carry OPA through Juno 30. The agency now Is part of the Office of Temporary Con' ttols. 'H. V. Llewellyn, OPA budget director, tiald "if we don't have more money, or 'a (;ood promise of it. by Hie end of the month, our entire enforcement program ends." He said that unless more money is forthcoming -by March 1, t>PA can do nothing but start closin'g up shop. McCullough said OPA had been liquidating itself rapidly. It reduced Its staff from a peak of 65,000 In 1945. to 35.COO last October, and to 14.4CO on Feb.'1, he said. "We have conserved our funds as much as possible." he added. Nevertheless. S85,OCO,OflO of tlic agency's $101,030,030 appropriation for this fiscal year will have been exhausted by March 1. The rest must bi' kept iivallable for paying ?/nployes during their 30-day dis PmLssal notice periods, for termina leave payments, nntl for the ex psiLsc of liquidating OPA's offices A Veteran Joins the Leoion Mid-Winter Rex. ii bnUle-se;i5oned war dog, who has the Purple Heart ami a eiUilion fur bravery, is now ;i "member" ot PHlsburBh's Variety Club Post, American Legion. He's pic-lured signing up. aided by the new post commander. J. S. Misrach. lelt, unit James G. Ualmer, retiring commander. Sfock up Now gtJgJbJPrjces . . . Buy a cose for Bigger Savings Ixtra Standard TOMATOES Country Club Fancy when Blythevillc and Osceola Episcopal churches derided to send a Marianne boy lo pchoo; as a memorial to .the 'late Rev. c. G. Burks of Morlnmm. New Research Agency Sought "o Aid Business Congregation Improves Tiny Osceola Church OSCEOLA. Feb. G. — Osceola 1 Olivary Episcopal Church, th miniature building which has bee one of the communities' scenic at tractions since ' its construction i 19["G. is being re-decorated hot Uisidc and out. The re-decotatio avd repairs, which includes a lie rent, is under direction of Watht pruitt Sr., senior warder of Ih cUurch. : The ivy-covered church, whlc lias only 30 members, is. .describe us resembling a do»l house. It, \va built in the heart of Osceola's bu iness district in 100l>. Church members are proud their church and its 'achievement With their small membership th have sponsored numerous projec ant! never asked help from outsi . Iheir church. H With proceeds from dinne candy sales and bazaars, they at present Helping to send W liam T"itzli"0gh, of Marlanna, study for the ministry. Mr. FUz- hugh was chosen lor the honor and distribute to business concerns nil sricntilic «nd technical inlormatioi: available from any source rxecpl that class-VSied r-s secret lor S natlonnl security reasons. In ndrtilUm the rtepaitiuent wouli i at 1 iji'rmit.U'd lo cncngc In re.sea pvojecU of its o\vu providing appeared unlikely f.uch project- would IK '"efiiittUy well achieve \vithtn a reasomjble period 'by pri vale enlerprise." WASHINGTON. F;b. G. (UI 1 ) — ns. J. VVIlhnm Kulliiight. D, Ark., id George D. Alken, R . Vt.. ye.i- rtiay introduced legislation to es- "Dllsh a "businessmen s clearing ouse of technical informalion" Ithin the Department ol Com- icrce. The measure would authorize the ommerce department lo collect Slop Scratching! — Try This istress oC «Kly lilmpl cs . rashes, tchinff. burning skin disorders vc- inii frum cxU;i-jml Irritations can often be quickly relieved by this implc inexpensive treatment. Get a. small bottlo of Monnp/g Emornld Oil lit the nearest rtriiK storo. Use as directed- for 10 tl:iy.4. Satisfaction guariinteoil or monoy Dack. Stainless—greasuless. CITY DRUG CO. WOOD DRUG CO. AFTER B bo delighted wWn you tovcr tlie many handy iferm you can make from cotlon pnnt of THE. MAGIC MILLER'S BEST FLOUR wclc. Get • lack today! t T#G. MAGIC No. 2 Can 12fot 24 for $1.77 «L $3.50 LARGE PEAS Wegner APPLE SAUCE Avondale Halves PEACHES ' COUNTUY CLUB CATSUP STOKKLY CATSUP STOKKLY CHILI SAUCE AVONOALK KRAUT IS." 1 No. 2 Can 12 for 24 for No. 2 Can \\ o/.. UolUc M O?;. Itoltlc 22 26 15S 12 for 24 for 12 for 24 for STOKELY TINY BEETS AVONI>A1.,K TOMATO, PUREE . GIANT NIBLETS STOKBI.Y PEAS & CARROTS 10 ft Or,. CITRUS WICES MOTT'S COUNTUY CLU15 .'&RAPEPRUIT SNIVI.KYS FLOK1DA SrAKKLE GROUND COUNTRY Cl-Uli Have you ever seen anyone leave part of a GRAPETTE GRAPETTE has a flavor you enjoy ANYTIME. 01 not! .'12 Of.. lloUlc „ No. 2 Can '... ' 4(i O/.''Oan No. 2 Can ;i For No. 2 Can, 2 for I7t -Hi O/.. Can No. 2 Can, 2 for 17c •IG Ox. Can IG O/.. Can Ifi Oz. Can. 32c 18 Oz. dm No. 2 Can, 12c lit 0?.. Can COUNTUY Cl.UIt FRUITS 2g c MILK 'Vi'l! 37 L 20 c DOZJjMIS 2^50 25 460Z.CAN 19 20 DOZ.CANS 2.30 20 DOZ.CANS 2.30 33 HO. 2 CAN 18 15 DOZ.CANS 1.70 No. 303 Can n 2 For <• MO'lT'S . >. APPLESAUCE AVONDALK : ADDIfkATC Unpeeled Talves HrltlUUId ISo, 2'/z Can . •'GOVINTUY^CIAJJI.-. '-, > f -- -T,\ ••-• "'- -' PEACHES;. -• Nt ,.1re» COUNTRY CLUB-;GRAPEFRUIT ^ mcnl 2 Ca " STARR • PRUNES ^°; SNIDEK'S PURPLE PLUMS N ca 2n 25 C CANNED VEGETABLES KKOGKR'S 25 BUTTER ,68 Kroger's Clock Bread 2 Fresh 20 oz. Loaves 25c Spotlight COFFEE 1 Lb Bag 36c 3 Lb Bag 1.03 Krogcr's FRESH EGGS Extra Large Grd. A 57c Large Grade A - - 54c Med. Grade A 50c Springcrest B 5Ce STOKELY CUT GREEN BEANS ; STOKELY WHPLI5 KERNEL AABH ' Country Gentleman VURIi • ' No. 2 Cnn COUNtRY CtDU CREAM STYLE AAQU Country Gentleman yvllll No, 2 Can ISc; VI Cans GREEN GIANT No. 2 Can 20c , \2 Cans 20 C TOP-GRADE ME'ATS Your feet will feel belter —slay better if you have those shoes resoled properly at our Quality Shoe Shop. Longer wear for less Hloney! HALTERS QUALITY SHOE SHOP 121 W. Main St. BETTER * PULL • LAST LOGGER The "Canter Bite" gives your tractor up to 16% more pull at the drawbar because the patented, connected tread-design adds extra traction-bar length right in the heart of the pulling zone, where it counts most. There are no broken-bar, trash-catching pockets as in ordinary tires. Connected traction bars are stronger, too, because they're triple-braced, ,You get 40% longer tread life and 14% stronger cord body. WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING SIZKS IN STOCK: 9x24 10x2413x24 10x23 11x28 9x32 9x36 11x36 13x36 9x3810x38 11x38 CUT OP FRYERS ORANGES Sweet Juicy Floridas Mesh Bag Legs Backs Ib. 79c Ib. 25c 0. 0. HARD AWAY The Best Today Phone 2102 W. H. PEASK Stiff Better Tomorrow 207 West Main Street Necks Ib. 25c CMinck "A" or "AA" <> ^% Beef Roost, Ib. O7C t In R |h. )iifcps • M f\ BACON - - Ib. 49C SO Ib. Sin ml Pure Lord Boston Bull Pork Roast, Ib. \'rrv Plenty Spare Ribs, Ib. Breasts . . Wings " Ib. 85c Ib. 42c N. V. "l)rc.ssc(! Fryers, whole . . Ib. 39c Florida Sweets 20lbs.89c Skinless and Tasty Wieners - - Ib. Goldney Ortney APPLES lb.10c Gnoi! "A" Grailo ^ f\ Bologna - - Ib. OVC Virginia Winesap Kvrrcnocl Sliced £ *> BACON - - Ib. OOC SaTt Meat - Ib. OOC Vrcsli Neck Bones Ib. APPLES---5 Ibs. 49c Fresh Crisp Californion CARROTS-2 bchs.15c Puerto Rican Sweet YAMS - - - - 3 !bs. 29c U. S. No. 1 Yellow Onions - Ib. 5c Fancy Hot House RHUBARB --- Ib. 25c U.S. No. 1 Washed POTATOES-10 lbs.49c R«d l^ipc Slicing Quality TOMATOES—Ib. 25c

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