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February 21, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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House May Give Foreign Policy A Rough Time ·; Wash!ngton-(/P)-It's not com-* pulsory, but President Truman hi* i-request from the House of Representatives that he supply more details on hjs private talks last month with Winston Church- tion not requiring Senate approval, amounts to an expression of sentiment and is not binding on the secretary of state as the president's representative in foreign affairs. It was directed to Secre- 111. Along with it came unofficial |tary Acheson despite claims of notice that a coalition unfriendly! administration adherents that the oreign policies is still domi- State Department already has to his. Ion 'nsnl In the House. · . The "directive" for full information on any troop commitments · made to Britain's prime minister 'was sent to the administration-by a roll-call vote of 189 to 143 yes. terday. The vote found Republi- ,cans and Southern Democrats in the saddle, and this poses a big question mark over administra- , tiph: foreign programs. In. London, Churchill faced a .similar situation. Labor party leaders decided af a caucus to renew the cross-examination of the prime minister on what took place at Ms conference here with the president. They also, are said to want assurances no secret understandings were reached. .· The'House action, on a resolu- More Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH Here is · pleaumt way to overcoms lowe plate discomfort. FASTEETH, an Improved powder, sprinkled on upper ·nd. lower plates holds them firmer so that they feel more comfortable No fummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. It'i atkalfn* (non-acidj. Does not sour. Checks "plate odor" identure breaih) Gei '-FASTEETH 'today at any diug made available all the infurniy- lion it could supply about the Truman-Churchill talks. President Truman said he had made no troop commitments to Churchill. The House vote was*a rebuke to its Foreign Affairs Committee, which had recommended that the resolution be killed. Chairman Richards (D-SC) told the House it would "rue the day" it compelled the administration to reveal information that might be helpful to Russia. Representative Vorys (R-Ohio), who directed the fijfht for the resolution, replied he was confident the president and the State Department would disclose nothing "that would endanger security." If, as'the Stale Department ulMmed, Vorys asked the tenor of the conversations already has been made public, what objection could there be to the resolution? The result of the vote was notice to the president's House leaders that the pending foreign aid program faces a rough time. AtKANSA? TIMtS, FoyttMvffe, ArlramM. Thurwlay, Ptbruary It,'mi __2_. Siyi 77,000 Jipinese Still Held By Russia Hong K o n g-(.P)-A Japanese spokesman last night- said that 77-.000 Japanese Still are prisoners Enlistments Accepted In Finance Corps The Army is accepting appll- . -- ..-cants from interested individuals Ja P an YMCA, said thv Japanese for direct appointment as lieu-! wcre am °"8 prisoners taken by tenants in the finance Corps of i " u ssia at the close of the I'acific in Siberia and Manchuria and 263,000 others are missing. Solchl Saito, secretary of the the .United States Army Reserve Gol. Henry Neilson, professor 01 military science and tactics at the University, announced today, i Applications will be limited to individual: who hold master's degrees from recognized colleges or universities in graduate fields of accounting, business administration, or economics. Applicants for appointment as second .lieutenants must be between the ages of 21 and 27. Applicants for appointment as firsl lieutenants must be between 26 and 33 and must have nt least two years qualified experience in addition to a master's degree. Applicants must agree to enter active military service for a period of tl vee yean;. Further in- forriiation may be obtained at the Army ROTC r'.epartment at the University. AdTertiK in the TIMES--I. pmyi. Volcanic ash sometimes fails with the condensed steam f r o m volcano to.make "mud rain." Keep up witn the the TiMES d.lly. reid TOMORROW! HURRY i SAVE! I SPECIAL PURCHASE! LACE TRIMMED KNIT GOWNS *LOVELY RAYON TRICOT KNIT! STYLES! DAINTILY TRIMMED! EXTRA FEATURE! WOMEN'S NYLON-RAYON PANTIES ^ELASTIC LEG BRIEFS! *WHITE OR PASTELS! 2prs. OUTSTANDING VALUE! MEN'S BROADCLOTH SHORTS ^SANFORIZED! FULL CUT! *QRIPPER FRONTS! SAVE! 2prs. CLOSEOUT! MEN'S FLEECE LINED SWEAT SHIRTS ALL FIRST QUALITY! HURRY! *GREY OR WHITE! SIZES 36 TO 46! SPECIAL PURCHASE! LACE TRIMMED HALF SLIPS *WHITE OR PINK! S-M-L! CRAYON KKNTI ELASTIC WAIST 2 for FINAL CLOSEOUT! 'Monkey-Face" Work Globes . «pr. $ 1 COLORED SHEETS TO CHOOSE now SAVE! war. Saito was en route home from a meeting of the .U. N. committee on prisoners of war at Geneva Switzerland. Russia did not attend. Prairie Grove Food Price Changes Minor During Week (By The Antedated l»rtu) Retail prices of lamb and handful of fresh vegetables wcre trimmed » little in many sto/cs this week as supplies Increased, but on price changes .berries outside the stale. 11 1 file western potatoes, known to Mrs. E. N. Phillips entertained- friends with an open house Tuesday night, showing slides taken on recent trips to Europe and South America. She visitw Italy, Greece and France last fal and South America this winter in her capacity as national vice president of the Federated Clubs. Refreshments were served. GuesU were Mrs. Frank Higgall, Miss Jean Bennett, Mrs. J. C. Parks Mrs. H. C. Fcnimore, Mrs, J. W. Webb, Mrs. Maude Pittman, Mrs. Dolph Helm, Mrs. J. S. Harlan, Mrs. Clyde Sone and Miss Eula Butler. Mr_s. E. H. Cook and-Mr. and Mrs.. Henry Magruder attended the opening, night of the play, 'Dark of the Moon," at the University Theater Tuesday night. The Lions Club met Tuesday night for dinner at Colonial Courts with Charles McNair, presiding, lyde Shively, manager for Southwestern Bell Telephone Company it Fayetteville, was guest speaker. 'Ic showed movies of ice storm damage in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri, and of flood dam- Jge in Kansas. He discussed the part telephone services played in .he disasters and told of heroic work of the firm's employes. the whole food were minor. Wholesale butter prices In some cities climbed to the highest level since the spring of 1048, chiefly because storage slocks were very low and milk was being diverted into more profitable fluid markets. Some major chains and independents held the retail price line of last weekend to maintain volume, but dealers said many of these were selling at just about the "break even" level. Other, stores marked up prices as much as four cents a pound. Egg prices cdgeci up about two cents a dozen In many places, but I were still rated in the best-buy | class by must storekeepers and were cheapest in well over a year at most markets. On the fresh produce counters, new cabbage,, peppers, eggplant, pens, eastgrn potatoes and smaller sizes of celery were mostly lower, reflecting bigger supplies. Snap beans and tomatoes were offered in a wide -itnge of quality. Onions, cauliflower, avocadoes and limes were somewhat higher. California, Arizona and Texas were shipping more broccoli to distant markets and Florida shipments of .green corn and strawberries wcre increasing. Louisiana shipped her first carload of straw- many families ns Idahocs and often favored for baking, "continued relatively scarce in Inrfic Midwestern n.iri Eastern markets. Dealers said growers apparently were withholding normal shipments while pressing the Office of Price Stabilization for higher price ceilings. Foods showing up mnst fre- week-end .included 'jturicejy, poi MM, ha MS, slewing", .chicken legs and shoulders ot iamb, Cfg frozen fish, new carrots,, citrl j fruits, fresh peas and ehc'esc, · '·· I The Agriculturr Department. Mist of most plentiful foods f qui'ntly on stores' lists of nd'ver- t h r i f t y buying this week: leituc' II 1 !!!!-'-i y - ^ SQd s P Mlal _s_ 'or the coming ! oranges. CITES and dried prunes. You CANT FooT/i ciRR?PIE!TM"" Mr. and Mrs. Press Hcndrix lave purchased the Ivnn Clayton ionic and moved there, Mr. and Mrs. Lake. Hannah are [pending a one-week vacation 'at Ardmore, Okla., and Electra, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bartholomew and sons, Billy and Kenny, have returned from Exeter, Mo., where, hey visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack McMtirtrey. CftfAMffSr SKID-MIX SHOftTfMINO IN THf WORLD! MEAIMUKE IS r HI t'.m IP S P P f A D fOR OUR D / S / I V BBIAD t A L Tasty-Tender-Milk Fed \ VEAL CUTLETS. : . Ib. 98c A Favorite with Cream Grayy VEAL CHOPS Ib. 79c Very Economital ' VEAL ROAST . . . . . Ib. 75c Cook It With Vegetbles VEAL STEW . . . . .. lb..55c A Good Stew Is Always Welcome GROUND VEAL . . . Ib. 65c For Veal Potties or City Chickens Coca Cola-Dr. Pepper Seven-Up-Nesbitts^ Sweet Sixteen » - · Margarine . . . . . .. . Ib. 19c SMI LAX Pineapple Juice NO. 2can 12 ] /2C Swift's Jewel Shortening, 3-lb. tin 69c Hunt's California For the Smaller Families 300 Size Can ft BAKERY,SPECIALS Geo. Washington Cherry Pie They Are Delicious each 49c Hunt's Fruit Cocktail Hunt's Pears, Halves Hunt's Peaches, Halves For the Larger Families Hunt's r\ i / ' r\r\ 2'/2can29c 23c ^ 6 Cans 1:25 12 Cans 2.39 "3 Cans 6 Cans 85c 1.63 fruit'Cocktail Hunt's Peaches Pure Apple Jelly, 12-oz. glass.. 2 for 27c , Pure Grape Jelly, 12-oz. glass.. 2 (or 35c FIRST PRIZE WINNER in the recent cake contest ORANGE CHIFFON CAKE 5 Mcd. egg yolks, unbeaten 1 cup -Egg Whites I'AI cups Swansdown Cake Flour, sifted '/i Tsp. Cream of' Tartar V4 Cups Granulated Sugar 3 tsp. Calumet Baking Powder 1 tsp. Morton Salt W cup Wesson Oil 3 thsp Grated Orange Rind ·W cup Cold Water start oven at 325°F. Have eggs at room tcm- eraturc. Sift together flour, baking powder, alt and sugar into a mixing bowl. Make a . cl! in flour mixture; add, in order, Wesson 'il. egg yolks, orange rind, and water. Beat 'ith a spoon until smooth. Add cream of lar- ir to egg whites. Beat with rotary beater ntil they hold stiff peaks. Do not undcrbcat. our yolk mixture slowly over the whites ently folding until blended. |our Into un- rcnsed 5-inch deep, 10-Inch tube pan. Bake 1 325* for 55 minutes, then nt 350" for 10 · 15 minutes -- Invert'pan; leave until cold icn remove cake. ORANGE FHOSTINO Well ',i cup ALLSWEET Margarlno in Mixing Howl, odd juice nncl rim! of 1 medium elze range. 3 cups or more of Powdered Sugar, cat until light and fluffy and right con- Istcncy to spread. Cabbage Ib. 4k Lettuce Lge. Firm Heads 2 for 25c Little Cherry Red Radishes, 3 Bchs. . . lOc Fresh Doily From Van Buren Spinach Green Onions, 3 Bchs. . .. lOc Real Spring Garden Fresh Ib. I5c Country Eggs. . . . 29c California Navel Oranges Each Ic OMmHiMM, C«viMty and V«h»'

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