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May 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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{( 6-- NOtTHWHT AtKAH'tAi TIMtS. f«Y»MtvHI«. Thu«do X , May M, 195J Ei rk M ·f nc M In The BEST For Less ROSEDALE PEARS No. 21/2 can 33c ·n lit he srf nit Hi;PO' of Libby Peas 2 cans 33c POLAR BEAR PEACHES No. 2'/i con 25c JACK SPRAT Green Beans 2 for 35c re ft- fo n m hi ni (Hi f l 01 w I"; f( Kl 0( HI: l i ' Tube Tomatoes 19c DONALD DUCK Orange Juice 46-oz. 23c LEMONS Doz. 39c Juice Oranges Dor 19c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5lbs.49MOIbs.M SUNSHINE Crackers Ib. 25c « j MRS. TUCKIR'S II: t n b Shortening 3-lb. Tin 69c PASTEURIZED MILK CO. Cottage Cheese 20c ; BALLARDS'S Can Biscuit ? We Ground Beef Ib. 59c CORN K I N G BACON [_ Ib. 37c t STAR KIST i GREEN LABEL TUNA 29c We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities MISSION STREET GROCERY 125 MISSION · PHONI 117 Truman Blasts Congress, Says A. M. A. Cracks Whip WiShlniton-WVPrMldjnt Tru-j tec of the V. A. Voluntary S e r - l f o r veterans in need of medical man. In another speech lamtm.it-i vices, continued his criticism of i care. ! me ab»iumion ana aean 01 the int Congress, said last night a lot | Congress. He said he spoke as tj Hr said he wants to see veter- University College of Engineering. Ol I * W m t K f i r S ilimn wni*n if!*; v**lAr*n »nrl Inr t h * i n * 1 * a . i * » . * * 1 l ' . i * . _ i ir ._ - _ . .. .. .. I far r* M r~1-»^l,- ,1 ; _ . _ » « ,, ,* i i _ _ lo he held Saturday, May 24, at the Marion Hotel, Little Rock, was announced today by Dr. George F. Bi'anigan, president of the association and dean of the -- --,, _ -- f,--- M · ·** i ^un0ican, j|c »am J J G apnne SB · of lawmakers j u m p when the; veteran and for the welfare of all American Medical Association; the people ans o/ Korea get "exactly the . larke, director of the anybody yells socialism. After a . . . this is an election year." The remarks -i-ere heamed it dent," he declared. Truman talked at lenjth about what he called the "laughably md t w i f t i n e " of Congress who want to J H o u M rejection Monday of a hill."'? 1 "" he cfl "' i t s Inrreaie payments under md!TM 1 "? lurl )'" i ire a n d survivors insurance ! m ' mhe -'- «' Congest who want to Spoiuori said the mpaMiri- s o u g h t ' 7 tn * a d mln!»tratlon budget among other I h i n f s in protect so-- nr 1he /lsc " al j e a r «t«ting July 1. clal nacurity r l f h t a of p e r m a n e n t - ! A '"""iplea, he cited congres- ly disabled civilian* and persons *"""' * cllon Involving the V. A. ·«. who l«/t their jobs for m l i t a r y ! no£ r" al construction program, the Last Monday, however, No. 10 i service. The mensure at first ao- pwt °" ice de(l!;lt " d veterans was cast in a new role--towing a j p a r e n t l y unopposed. V.MS defeated!TM?"'" "rvices as well as th floating barge for a style show, ....... .1 - . ". i social security bill. A Jew years back, he said, h same treatment and on the 5ame' d i v ' 5 i o n of teacher education arid basis, without the mistakes t h a t certi "cation of the State Depart the veterans of World War j j re- """' "' F|1 "" 1 "'"" ···"' '- -· ceived." Girls Overcome Old Wilmington, Cahf.-(/P)-Old Tug No. 10 was a real tough and harbor-worthy vessel. It had hauled nient of Education, will speak on problems of interest to deans. R o u n d t a b 1 * discussions are scheduled on the evaluation of teaching techniques and on problems of scheduling, classification, registration, and probation. Approximately 30 representa- li'-ei from Arkansas colleges are exp*ct«a to attend. University dean? stteading will b« De«n Branigan, Dr. C. T. Hudson, assistant dean of the College of Agriculture, ana Dr. H. E. Westmeyer, representative of the College of Business Administration. One Way To Get More Business Chicago-Wj-Pollce seized two men at work yesterday replacini a plate glass window which, of fleers said, they had helped break Police Capt. George Barnes ai to '«' er wnen the amount of car- bo " tiUit ta U»t air w«j ta- , created. the two men, employed by a wm-| Plant* hive k**n fiund to grow dow firm, also had helped t break other plate glass windows. They said business was slick and they had been working only four days a week. Keep IB vita Ik* nam-rea* h» TIMES dill;. In the last 30 years more than thousand commercial varieties of fruiti and nuU have been introduced. . ' n sorne pretty big ships in its «ay. after the American Medical Asso-i . . clitlan attacked it as containing 1 A ' fw veors back ' hf s a l d h "soclalired medicine" features. , v i " ' damned '"rn one end of th Laahei Congren Truman's speech »t a meeli of the National Advisory Commit- country to the other" because h mil re ' u!(!d to artd I6 ' 0n ° beds Io th Richest of all coffees gives you 10-15 more cups per pound ...yet costs only 2 cents more ' V ' A ' hos r'Hal prosram. " "You would have thought I wa Ihe worst enemy the veterans eve i had," he said. "But we stuck t | our guns, left out the 16,000 ex tra beds and went ahead with th others. "And guess what!--the appro j prlations bill the House passe t won't even provide enough fnQne' ' to operate all the hospital beds th Veterans Administration Is troin lo have. . . Can you imagine anything is absurd as t h a t ? " Truman said he asked Congrcs; to meet a bi? deficit in the Pos Office Department "by making t h i people pay who are being subsi dized by the malls fo carry some of their literature." Some of this, he added, ough not to be read by everybody, a n y way. He said, "Slick magazines and a lot of Sunday newspaper? are being subsidized and being carried throuRh." Congress acted, he said, by adding "a pittance" of about $160,000,000 to mailing fees, then pul on some $400,000,000 in an ex- pertf* account to boost the deficit "that much larger." "I don't know w h a t in Sam Hill they are t h i n k i n g about," he declared. Increaiei Voted Congress in 1851 voted three progressive 10 per cent Increases in second-class m a i l rates, applying to newspapers, magazines and other periodicals. It set the dates of these increases as April 1 of 1982, 19B3 and 1954. The first of the increases, estimated to increase publication mailing charges by three to four million dollars a year, has already taken effect. The president lias said that these, and other postal rate increases voted by Congress, are inadequate. Truman said he hopes the Senate will restore t75.000.000 cut off the veterans medical services bud- let by the Hpuse. If it does not he said it will be "just too had' 199 mint a score of cuties traipsing the deck as they modeled swim suits and bra and panty sets. This was too much for old No 10. A f t e r getting back to Its dock it capsized and sank. Arkinsas Deans Will Meet In Little Rock The program for a meeting of the Arkansas Deans Association. MORTON what «re SALT S| ? rln9 Ve 9 eta ^es without Morton's? MAIN on looizfo W H E N I T R A I N S IT P O U R i Rj*^ 0 ' *«** tt-tt more «*!*J.:..iS tups per costs C0»*S ***·! /- ""/·( tut *''*/?. IV ^^r- / * , Fresh Medium EGGS Doz 21C The Egg Producer's Loss h Your Gain. Don't Be Afra'd -- These Are An Excellent Value Gold Crest CHEESE 2-lb. Loaf 69c Swift's Pure Lard, 3 lb.ctn.39c t Heinz Tomato Catsup btl. 23c ^ Fancy Japanese Albacore ' White Tuna can 49c This' is the finest there f s. *$ ^ MIRACLE ''WHIP quart 45c All sweet Margarine' Ib. 25c Get your sterling silver at half price with the coupon in soch pound of Al(sweet. ^ Bollard Biscuits 2 pkgs. 19c f * # Wortz Butter Cookies Pkg. 29e The children's snacktirae favorite. MM's Candy Confection The treat that's neat to eat. 2 pkgs. 39c Pecan Meats Ib. 89c Good and fresh, too! BRING IN YOUR Liven Up Your Cold Plate With Our Extra Large Assortment of Cold Cuts, So Economically Priced! Swift's Premium Luncheon Meat Ib. 45c Buy a whole piece at this price. Keep some on hand. Fresh Large Sugar Loaf Pineapple WE PAY A PREMIUM FOR SOAP COUPONS! They're wortK o penny more here! Atk i Cheddar Cheese lb.79c Year-old, cut from the big mammoth cheese we had 2 weeks ago. Check our variety of cheeses for your favorite--Muenster, Gruyere, New York, Leiderkranz, Limburger, Roquefort, Danish Bleu--Over 50 varieties. Swift's Premium Beef-Sirloin Steak Ib. $1.13 This is aged mature beef and is worth the difference 39c G«nuin« Hotpoint Quality · You'll Nov. to »· this new Jow-prireJ Hotpoint to ippreciite what I great quality value it i s . . . the kind of top-quality you expect from Hotpoint. Here's the same til-steel construction found in de luxe models, the lame beautiful Gilgloss enamel finish that won't chip, crack, ot flake. Don't wait-s« it toda;! · Ur«l till) thllltt triy · Burebl., .rr.il«n-rtilil!no ihtlv.i 0 AvfeiMtk InNrl.r light · Softly Step thicki doer iwlng · Automatic ·'oot latch · J-Y«r Pnttctlon Won *n f«m»ui thrldmailtf Unit Texas Vine-Ripened Tomatoes Mississippi Black Valentine Automatic Appliance Co. 11-13 N. ILOCK "' ' ft PHONE 133 Firm for Slicing Avocados The Salad Fruit Lettuce Iceberg Heads GREEN BEANS Ib. 17c ID. 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