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. o GOOD NEIGHBOR POLICY FACES A SEVERE TEST sail- LYNCHBURG, Jan. 27 (IP) Ef fectiveness of the good neighbor policy will be put to a real test before before very long "when the buying of raw materials on a wartime scale has ended, Herschel Brick-ell Brick-ell Brick-ell of the Department of State told the Virginia Press Association to day. Brickell, who is connected wren the Division of Cultural Coopera tion in the State Department spoke at a luncheon of the 27th mid winter convention of the VPA. When the change from purchas. tag raw goods on a war basis to a peacetime buying program becomes becomes necessary, Brickell said, "I am sure we shall do what we can to cushion this shock which will, In all probability, have far reach' ing economic political consequences. "We shall be warned Dy many neonle for the dislocation tnat seems inevitable, Just as we are being blamed at present lor tne eeneral inflation and lor our m ability to deliver all the goods they need, especially agricultural ma chlnery and the buses and trucks so desperately needed to Keep transportation systems moving.