The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1949 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS No Order Issued! To Close Hospital , Defense Officials Say Matter is Pending Involving Spa Unit WASHINGTON, Nov. 3. I/Pi— Defense Department spokesmen said .vestorday Secretary Johnson has made no decision on a suggestion Uiat Ihe Ainiy-Navy Hospital at Hot Springs, Ark., be closed as an economy move. "No order has been Issued—Lhe matter still is under consideration," a department public relations officer told a reporter. Similar Information \vas given by R spokesman lor the management committee, a service group set up by Johnson to consider various economy possibilities. "Tht- closing oC the Hot Springs hospital is just one of many possi- bel economy moves imder consideration', 1 he said. "It was suggested by one of the task force groups of tl'.e committee but the proposal never got as far is approval by the full commiMc?. There definitely has been no decision." An aide to Senator Fulbright IB- Ark) said the senator .who now is in Arkansas, had heard a rumor tlint. closing of the hospital was i possibility and that he hud protested Immediately. Fulbrieht wrote Secretary Aimson, the aide said, asking that no decision be made until Arkansas could present its case lor Ihe hospital, a $1.500,000 installation. He .said the hospital is the\lej>nrtment's only arthritic treatment center. The public relations olficer suld Johnson has received Fulbrlght's letter,and will reply to It. The reply will not tie uiaue pnulic by the department, he added, but Fulbrlght may release it it he wishes. Senate Secretary C'ommonU HOT(^PRINGS, Ark., Nov. 3. (A 1 ) — Senate Secretary Leslie Biffle said here yesterday he does not believe the Army-Navy Hospital here will be closed. "From information I have directly from high officials in Washington, t am very confident the Army and Navy General Hospital will not bti closed," he -said. Biflle, native of Piggclt, Ark., ami a close friend of rre.sitient Truman, is here for a rest. Col. Asa Lehman. hospHal commandant, said he is eoiiiR to Washington next week to atlemi a meeting of hospital commandants, tut that the trip h.is no connection v-'Hh the' reported possible closing of tile operation. He said, however, that while there, lie plans to confer with government officials lo dener- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1949 PACKED WITH POWER—1-ouded like a firework Artists' Colony Found In Old Israeli Town SAFED .In Upper Galilee —M'j— This medieval town of BiWioil learning is to become nn art cen- mlne Ihe status of the hospital. Sen. J. W. Fnllmghl. Fayeiteviilc, Ark., said here last week that a committee had considered the >os- sibility of closing the hospital hoc. ter in Israel. Several leading Jewish painters left noisy Tel Aviv to settle in this little mountain town North-west of Tiberias pnd the Sea of Galitcc. Tt is the rocky urea where, according to an old Jewish leRt-nd. the Messiah wilt descend from heaven. The painters say the whole atmosphere of the Safcd tradition, the unifjue beauty of the land| scape and the lightness of the air •onstarjtly inspires them. Prisoners' Favorite DEER LODGE, .Mrnt. — (/!')— When violinist David Rnbinoff played recently for prisoners at the 'Montana scale penitentiary one of the popular request' numbers was: "Don't Fence Me In." VALUES A-PLENTY IN OUR SAVE MONEY AT THESE EVERY-DAY LOW PRICES Lean, tender PORK STEAK----49c Fresh, lean Tender, Tasty VEAL (HOPS • • SIDE PORK -----139c 49c PORK SAUSAGE - - * 39c 27c IVORY SNOW 27c .Country Style Tide, Duz or You'll Enjoy Shopping at Mays 7 ! Always Plenty of Parking Space! IGA Aunt Clara • FIG BARS « L1 , Swifts PREM 12 oz . tin Swiff's Shortening SWIFTENING: 31 77 Hunt's No. 2'/, Can . . PEACHES 1 27 27' OXYDOL- • . - - - reg. size Reg. size box This Week Only! 1ZCOFFEE Reg. size box IVORY FLAKES-•--27c Fresh And Flavorful 3 Lbs. Regular size bars IVORY SOAP- --3f»25c Bath size bars CAMAY SOAP --2<«23c -2i«27c Large bars Armours Delicious FRANKFURTERS U) 41 C Armour's POTTED MEAT 3c,» 28 CHILI POWDER 35 Pumpkin Pic SPICE „,„,„, 19' Pure lilat'k " PEPPER ... : ...„„„„.<,,„ 25' All Mavors. pennant EXTRACTS 15 Peter Pan. smooth or "crunchy "....:.../...,20, 34 C PEANUT BUTTER IGA SUPER MARKET 421 So. 21st., Highway 18 Blytheville, Ark. Tailor on the Move Saves City Clothes Bill SP1UNGFIELD. III.— VP>— A roving tailor cuts the cost of outfitting llic 500 Illinois Stain highway, pa- trolmc-n. , A mobile truck carrying the tailor , "'"' sta(c vehicles or gasoline is used to transport the men 'to Springfield for periodic'outfitting as in Ihe past. • ' visits each of the H division headquarters on ihe day patrolmen gather Tor monthly Inspection. As [he need demands, the men arc measured for new uniforms, shirts, caps, and coats, ,' ;. ' • - IK1.J. 1'U.HVJ^.J wtb"l Public funds are saved since nel- the Roman Empire. The use of carrier pigeons for military, purposes began in llic days of Any nil plane can be stalled by climbing at. »n angle coo great for the horsctrowcr of its motor. LUTTR ELL'S FINE FOODS Sixth & CHickasawba We Deliver Phone 201 1' FJavorkist, 4-in-l ' • CRACKERS - - - - - Ib. 27* b.ctn.55* Pride of Illinois, CUT ASPARAGUS - No 1 tail 1 7i* Fresh, firm PURE LARD - - Delicious vegetable soup CAMPBELL'S - - 2 cans 25* No. 303 can, Argb LIMA BEANS - - - ea.17£i Ground fresh, 1 Ib. bag LA ROMA COFFEE - 490 Comstock, in slices PIE APPLES -..- - leans 350 Purple Hull, Blackeye, Crowder FRESH PEAS No. 303 can 10* f Premier Old Fashioned PEACHES - - No. 2i can 490 Godchaux pure . ' CANE SUGAR - -10.lbs.890 Nationally famous PET Ml'LK - - - 3 tali cans For finer baking CRISCO - - - -- 3lb.can79<2 CITRON ,,,43 C WHITE RAISINS ,,22 C PINEAPPLE Lb .62 c GLAZED CHERRIES ,,78 .25 Ibs. $1.25, Jack Sprat CORN MEAL - - - 5 Ibs.290 Durkce's 1 COLORED OLEO - - lb.390 The finest salad dressing MIRACLE WHIP - - .pi.290 Ready-made Biscuits 8ALLARD - - - - 2 cans 25 Toilet Tissue CHARMIN - - - - 4 ro!!s f Fresh, flavorsome PORK LIVER Ib. Delicious, tender FRANKS - - - - - - lb.350 Sugar cured BACON SQUARES -Ib. 250 Kraft's Wisconsin HOOP CHEESE - - Ib. 490 Heil's English Brand ^ SLICED BACON - - Ib 460 Country Style PORK SAUSAGE --Ib 290 Meaty, lean PORK ROAST - - .- Ib. 490 Tender, 3 to 5 Ib. Avg HAM BUTTS - - - - Ib. 470

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