Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 28, 1952 · Page 3
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January 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MOtTHWMT AK;:A:·$··'· rim Fnvettsvi;!; -/kon :m Mendoy, January It, 1Sf Americans Find They Can Live Well In Buenos Aires; Food Nol Expensive, Opportunities Open Buenos Aires-M'; - The 3,000* Americans who live in Buenos Aires have a wry remark they make when they become homesick: "The United Stales is a wonderful place. But who can afford to livs Ihere?" Their pay, oven if good by .American slandards, is even bel- ter by Argentine. This is (rue even though most American firms op- eratnu. in .-.rL;cu:!!l:' [:\y nil in pesos. An American earning $5,000 a year--a good middle class salary in Ihe Uniled Stales-- may earn about 50,000 pesos a year, even at an artificially fixed exchange rate. Yel a white collar Argentine worker may draw 15,000 pesos a year. The American, therefore, can I live as would a well-to-do Argentine. He usually can afford a house or an aparlmenl in a favored residential district, and quite possibly, one or two servants. What's more, his costs may be low. For his apartment, with two or three bedrooms, lie may pay around $100 a month. A newcomer, renting now on an inflationary market, would pay much more. But food prices, in one of the world's richest agricultural regions, are extremely low; Steaks Famed The fame of Argentine steaks-l'/ 2 inches thick for 40 cents-- is far spread. Rut other food prices are comparable. Some of the world's most succulent melons cost the equivalent of a nickel. A heavy, winey. flavorful coffee costs, at the most, 35 cents a pound. Scarce sweet butter, even if bought under the counter, goes at around 25 cents a pound. A feature of grocery buying, however, is that Argentina has no equivalent for the North Ameri- · can supermarket. Most food items have to be bought separately, sometimes from a door to door peddler. That's where Ihc servant comes in handy. i An Argentine-American housewife, for inslance, could spend the better part of her morning answering the doorbell. There would be the baker, the vegetable man, the fruil man. Ihe fish man and Nearly Buried remains in Argentina for any lenjjth ot time, can attain most of the comforts he could have in the United States. English-speaking S'.-i.uo.s arc v..;. ;v;iilablc for his children. Stay Near Buenos Alrrs ·flic Americans iwiu lo slicli closely lo Bucnui Aires, and to their work--the big meal packing firms, bunks, insurance firms, rubber companies, electrical manufacturers and engineering agencies. 1 Within themselves they arc Bigger Cotton Crop Needed To Meet Quota New Orlcans-M'l-Chnirrrran El-*-lender of the Senate Agriculture Committee told the National Colton Council today that in order quota, cotton growers would have to produce four per' cenl more than their record 1051 crop. Ellcndcr, in an address prepared for the group's M t h annual ·oinmunllv. .meeting here, said the Agriculture Many bclonic to the American'! Department has called for 10 mil- Club. Utncre in suburban cities lioii bales of cotton to be grown However, young said, the council would not attempt In tell cotton producer." jusl how much nf a crop lo grow. The reason for this, he declared, was t h a t farmers : have lists of a l t e r n a t e crops they | may wish lo plant. The Cotton Council preMdent, said Hie organization had broken , like Hurlinghiim, have "neighborhood" societies of their own. in .he winter season there is a widespread interchange of parties. The chief lopic of conservation, j total of 300, however, is likely to be about the things that arc new in the United Stales. The plays, politics, movies, and novels arc all thoroughly and avidly discussed. Almost Like The Real Firemen lower a line lo on-asphalt plant worker, Ted Wiebers almost completely buried by a cave-in as he worked in a 15-foot sand pit in Los Anecics Fellow workers ciuickly threw a barrel over his head to protect him from further slides. Then the barrel was removed after a huite mclal lube was lowered around him. Firemen then dus away the sand and brou K hl him to safely, two and a half hours after the slide. He was not injured. (A_P_WirepJiolo)__ she would have to go to the mar- kcl. Imported Goods His" The low cosl for food, of course, is on the "good" North American the debil side ; must pay for which he also wa idc as far as the s concerned. On Ihe prices he nported goods, its, and needs. a deal with dolla A Chevrolet at omobile, even if s can be arrong- tills year. Ellender said growers would have to increase llieir average yicld-ner-acrc 20 pounds lo a Libya Asserts It Can Tend To Own Business - Parit-l/Vi-Tlic new kingdom ' o f ; precedent In 1U51 to urge farmer;;! Libya tfild llie Unite:! Nations t o - ' to turn oul a large crop, because ,| n y n, 0 p r (.s cm -i ol forcii'.n troops ; of the Korean cmertrcm-.v. in ,,,,, L .,, unlry was iu ,,....·,, | l U 5 |-' Jd'^T^S "n^ ZT . - . H c p l y i n g U - c ^ by K f yp, 19.11 crop recorded « ·» per cent!and the Soviet Union that Hrltisn increase over 1DSI), far surpassing .,.,,| i.- r rnch Irunps plus American the growth of any other enmiiiinl- · - ·· . . . . . . The Cincinnati Red» will 3t exhibition games before tb«y open the regular National Le««u« sca«m on April IS with the Cub» at Croslcy Field. Si- Keep ·» wllk Ihe Tlmn a»!lT Thing New York-(/P)-Ncw products got' a shot in the arm this week with a new arm to put shots in. It is an'artificial arm, complete with veins, covered with skin- like vinylilc resin plastisol lor training military personnel to make hypodermic injections for loculations or for blood plasma or anesthetics. The model of the arm simulates the veal thing even to having the rubber veins filled with liquid and pulsing with a heart beat. Strike In Tunisia Is The senator's remarks cmpl... sized the statement mada earlier today 'by Harold Young, North Little Rock, Ark., president of the Cotton Council, who said that a decreased cotton crop would prove dangerous. "If there is a big reduction," he asserted, "and the demand continues to be strung, we may yet see our industry in the most desperate situation it has ever experienced." ... the theater. An estimate nf the- damn go ranged .between $325,000 and 5350,000. Advertise in the TIMKS--It nays Not white, not wncat. not rye, but a flavor blnntl of -ill ihrtie-- Jutiac's Roman Meal Bread. 1 11-19-U Hear and Answer THE CALL A movtm.nl ipeniortd br lh« U.C.Y.M. la $»k S.000,000 young peoplt lo d «l c f^ Ihoir H v M . t o J««u« Chrnt. All young ptoplt In Bonn- west Arkansas «r« urjwl to answtr THE CALL hi thflr rtlpcetive locallonl. The Call In Fayetteville ''Will Be Announced Later" Ordered Ended the milk man. For still other items,' cd, will cost $5,500. Tires also are i scarce and expensive. Refrigerators, electric sweepers, householc goods of the durable North American kind, are very costly. Argentine dollies arc colorful and cheap. But they will not sland Ihc wear, til, or look so well as an American suit, dress or shirt. The results suits hand-tailored from imported materials and costing perhaps $100 to $150 each. But the average American, if lie Tunis, Tumsia-(/!')-A general strike in the Arab quarter of Tunisia, in effect since January 18, was ended today on orders of the Nationaliil Neo-Dcstour partj The Nco-Dcstour 'party announced the strike would be resumed for one day on Fridaj It said this movement would be 'supported throughout the 'Arab world." , In the face of a great show ot French force, quiet seemed almost restored In the country wheic riots raged last week costing nearly 50 lives. OUR CHARGE BOOK CLOSED -- YOUR PURCHASES NOW WILL APPEAR *':L-3;; : /4!;J2iSji5s MARCH STATEMENT! SAFEWAY Kitchen Garbage Container Franks Oranges Tomatoes Beautifully Decorated with Handy Step-on Opening Treadle. Two Piece, Medium Size. $1.79 V a l u e . . . $139 1 Western Brand Skinless -- Fine With Kraut Florida -- Tree Ripe - in Clean Mesh Bags Fancy Ruby Red -- Slicers in Tubes ib. 45* 8 Ib. Bag Tube 19* Margarine ·^·^···^·^··^"·^·^·^"·^"··'·^ Snowdrift Cherub Milk -------------Silk Tissue ---------------Brown Sugar Red Potatoes Dalewood Colored -- in Quarters ib 19* Or Cri.sco Fine Shortening For Fine Baking Fine Quality at a Typical Low Price 3-ib. Tin 2 Tall Cans Absorbent and Soluble -- Save at Safeway 3 ROMS 20* Or Powdered Save At Safeway Ib. Box Choice McClures Every Potato Guaranteed 10 ^ b 63* Bag Prices Good Tu«., Wtd., Thurs. OUR PRICING POLICY Sil«w«T will' mill tli« IOWKI! ·dv«r!l»td pricn ol every com- pttllor, item by item, day b ' d«y, r by irei, quality and condition el metcrnndltt eo.v lidniift. Wo reserve the rights to limit quantities. 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