New Plan for Sugar Stamps
Herald of March 20, 1947
The office of price administration reminded housewives that the new plan of 10 pound sugar stamps would not include a special stamp for canning sugar. Regular sugar stamps were expected to be used for canning needs along with regular cooking and baking requirements.
An automobile belonging to William E. Smeltzer of Martinsburg was stolen in Roaring Spring and wrecked at Catfish hill. The thief, a 16 year old Altoona youth, ran from the scene but was apprehended.
For the second time in the history of the Chicago grain exchange, wheat passed the $3 per bushel mark wh...