Cullman Banner, May 9, 1946, Page 7

Cullman Banner

May 09, 1946

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Cullman Banner, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1946, Cullman, Alabama XBE CULUfAN BANNER THURSDAY, MAT t, IMS Office Price Administration or Office Peoples Administration O. P. A. created by Congress in time of war was borne by and assisted in its efforts as a war necessity by the American public, the same law creating it fixed its termination date. It is now more than eight months since victory was won. The O. P. A. and its thousands of employees want to remain in office and in power. They and their rela- tives are flooding the Congress with telegrams, letters and propaganda to continue them in office another 12 months. Under their rules and regulations manufacturers refuse to produce the things we all sorely need and are giving evidence to the Congress daily showing that it is impossible and unprofitable to make the common necessities of life at O. P. A. prices. You continue to ask for automobiles, trucks, refrig- erators, electric and sad irons, stoves, ranges, pots, pans, buckets, screen wire, nails, fences, barb wire, roofing, saws, hammers, planters, section harrow, turn 0. P. JACKSON W. S. SKINNER SOUTHERN EXCHANGE FRICKE CO'. 1. I. LIVINGSTON A. L. HINDS M. W. LIVINGSTON H. A. VOIGHT W. H. WALKER C. E. STRICKLIN L. J. GUTHREY M. R. STISHER W. I. WALKER H. G. RAKESTRAW OSCAR CASEY L. M. LAMBERT PROPST HOWELL ROBERT SCHAEFER J. I. MAYO FRANK L. MORGAN W. L. WARD C. H. GROB HARVEY A. MORGAN FLEMING B. CULBERSON MARGIE UMPHREY URIAS UMPHREY JEFF WOODEY WEST SIDE FURNITURE CO. EUREKA BARBER SHOP BRIDGES HARNESS CO. CULLMAN DRUG CO. EAST SIDE FURNITURE CO. I. A. DUNLAP J. T. PERKINS AL RICHTER J. R. ROSSON ELECTRA REFRIGERATION CO. L. H. CALVERT B. E. ANDERSON C. G. RABURN K. A. FISHER S. W. GROCERY PEOPLES DRUG CO. COPELAND MATTRESS CO. R. P. REID G. A. REYNOLDS R. C. ROBERSON SON O. N. MURPHY P. A. McANALEY EMMETT J. STRICKLIN J. C. SCOTT SHERILL MANUFACTURING CO. PAN AM SERVICE STATION RAYMOND HENRY KELLER PRO. TRANSFER OX NEffl BOTTLING CO. WOCO PEP SERVICE STATION SOUTH PARK GROCERY YOST'S THE STYLE SHOP JEWEL SHOP G. W. PONDER OAKS HOUSE JOHN B. DEERE PAINT STORE R. R. STEELE LAMBERT SUTTON HOMER F. MITCHELL RAYMOND GRAY W. A. SHEATS H L. WALKER C. H. Klein plows, ammunition, ladies' hose, overalls, gingham dresses and fertilizer. If the present O. P. A. is contin- ued another 12 months, it merely means you will con- tinue another 12 months to want these and many other necessities of life. The greatest need of America today is mass pro- duction of civilian goods and mass production by farm- ers of food to feed the people of all nations. This sim- ply cannot be done with the kind of O. P. A. we have had and the kind that wants to hold on another 12 months. We, the undersigned, invite you to call at our stores and sign a prepared petition to your congress to this effect, and we will-have said petitions presented to the Congress by a personal representative. They have ask us to let them know not alone our wishes, but yours, and state that they want to be guided by same when they vote. E. C.. BOTTCHER JACOB UMPHREY C. H. KING V. J. JOHNSON J. B. PATTERSON G. W. PATTERSON DR. G. W. BLEDSOE DR. L. C. BLEDSOE J. A. LEIGEBER W. C. HAMILTON C. B. BRIGHT GUY BENNETT J. M. STEPHENSON R. E. TALLEY E. H. WALLACE THE CULLMAN BANNER L. B. CHHDERS H. E. PERRY B. M. RAGLAND OTTO W. GASSER J. L. BROWN LOUIS GRAF ED JACKSON JULIAN BLAND R. L. PONDER EARNEY BLAND K. J. GRIFFITH SAM PONDER R. N. ROOKER C. E. BENNETT G. W. JOHNSON ESTATE RATLIFF GRO. CO; P. J. WOODARD W. H. ROMLE L. A. MACKENTEPE KINNEY BROS. WALKER GRO. CO. A. H. PEINHARDT CO. B. J. YEAGER KEY KLUB E. E. PONDER THE CULLMAN TRIBUNE THE CULLMAN DEMOCRAT GEORGE STIEFELMEYER SON HUGH BRINDLEY BLUE RIBBON SHOE SHOP BOB SAPP CO. W. C. COLE J. G. IMBUSH SON CLYDE HUDSON, Manager A P WALGREEN DRUG CO. NU WAY CLEANERS T. H. ROGERS DAVID LEE WOODAHD'S (On Highway) SERVICE OH. CO. C. ARNOLD SON STANDARD SERVICE STATION WHITE STAR MARKET E. MALCHOW SON H. G. THOMPSON ECONOMY MKT. GEORGE BEYER BROTHERS STORE No. 17 J. R. TUCKER FRANK HOELSCHER PETE BROWN CLARA B. RATLIFF S. G. REID FRANK B AIER L. KREFTLEIN J. W. SANDERS ;