Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 28, 1952 · Page 17
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 17

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 28, 1952
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..xKANSAS TIMIS, It, IMX Says Free World Winning Battle For Hinds Of Men, But Proof Of Statement Ha rd To Find BT EDWARD E. BOMAR Washington-(/P)-The man running the American official over- teas "campaign of truth" for the past two years says positively that the free world is winning the battle for men's minds. Edward W. Barrett wound up · two years as assistant secretary of state by declaring that to contend otherwise is "dcfeajist poppycock." Such a judgment unfortunately is not susceptible to definite proof. Barrett coulcj get an argument from critics of the State Department and Congress--and from Moscow. Almost as Barrett spoke, John Foster Dulles, Republican State Department adviser, declared in a separate speech that the outlook is discouraging because the west is "frightened and on the defensive in the face of Soviet Com- Milton Eisen- munism." And President We'd Like Very Much To Get Something On You For Spring Sorry to say so ... but we. suspect you . . . we suspect you'll be needing some new shoes for Spring and we want to get them on you right away. We have your style, color and name brand. Ask For Trim Tred Shoes We Give SH Green Stamps SEE OUR SELECTION Priced From WOMEN'S DAY r "«;u "urn 25 Our Women's Day Gift--1 Pair Nylon Hose Look For Your Number in Our Store LANER BROS. S. SIDE SQUARE howcr of Pennsylvania State College complained (hot we ar- using "pop guns :m'' · · ' ' t o counter Soviet propaganda. « It Is tuu Cu., .. one thing Ms sure: 'Hie [.. t . .-.jinda phase of the cold war is LiJtcring a stage of even more bitter intensity. The trend may become clearer later on. Request For Funds The State Department has Just gone up to Congress with a request for 170 million dollars for the "truth campaign" next year, which is about double the amount voted last fall. Included is 20 million for unidentified special proj ects, and 36 million for new radii equipment to carry the Voice o America to Soviet bloc listener regardless of lied jamming. Work is going forward on" twi new transmitters--on the Atlantii and Pacific Coasts--described a the world's most powerful. A for mer Coast Guard ship has jus been fitted out to serve as a float ing radio relay station. The entire information program has just been reorganized, giving it a new status scmi-indcpenden o£ the State Department. Wilson Compton, former president Washington State College, is in charge. All along stress has been on radio, largely because it can reach behind the Iron Curtain. But in border, lands, what may be more important is the local support tha is being enlisted. An estimate! 400,000 foreign organizations are cooperating now in the anti-Communist, pro-free world crusade Circulation of American publications has been more than doublec in two years. Barriers Erected The policy of seeking to presenl a full and.fair picture of America has long ago given.way to exposing Communist aims, rallying opposition, and putting up all possible psychological barriers to deter Kremlin aggression. The American official effort is backed by the privately run Radio Free Europe and the related Crusade for Freedom. All tie in to some degree with British and other western propaganda. The sum total is still only a fraction of what the Communists are doing. There is evidence that they are spending billions on "hate America" campaign, aimed at splitting the free world, undermining competence and- preventing the strengthening of western armed forces. A careful American government Intelligence estimate indicates that Moscow nlone'is spending $1,400,000,000, or more, a year on global propaganda. That doesn't include what is being done by Communist front organizations and local Communist parties in other countries. Water In the Dismal Swamp of North Carolina and Virginia is stained to the color of dark cider by submerged peat and twisted roots and stumps. Four of every five automobiles made in Britain are exported to countries overseas. Potion's Tastemark has them! NEW, CONVENIENT, HALF-GALLON Paper Bottles Mello-D MilK Now you can get famous Tastemark Mello-D Milk in the new half-gallon paper bottle. Saves time . . . saves space . . . ends icebox clutter. More convenient--a plentiful supply of good, rich Taelcmark Mello-D M:!Lon hand at all times. Tastemark Milk is now available in the new, convenient half- gallon paper bottles. Buy your Tastemark Mclln D Milk--in half-gallons when you buy your groceries. . * * · . * * ( AfMOVID iTSstemarlu · fANH * The quality, purity, tasle and lex- .· t, turc of Tastemark Mcll-D Milk has * * * been checked anil double-checked by the famous Taatcmark Homcmakerii Pnnnl. I'anel membcri arc women just like your- telf, who lastc-tcat dairy products right in their ·wn homo. Thrir stamp of approval means you and your whole family arc assured of the very highest quality when you insist on Tastemark Dairy Products. * * * *"* OVB ^^·k '* *"* OVB . * Tastemark: MILK * PANIl * · ur row* MUK WHIN rov «ur rovi eiocMin r Phony Story Planted, Charges Pearson. To Effect Kilgore Would Leave Politics Bj DREW FEARSON Washington--Friends of Sen. Harlcy Kilgorc suspect cx-Sccrc- tary of Defense Louey Johnson planted the phony story t h a t - t h e senator was dropping out of politics. The story circulated In 'West Virginia was that John L. .Lewis was so opposed to Kilgorc that Kilgore was dropping out of the Senate and would plump for ex- Rep. Andrew Edmistoii as his successor. Kilgorc's payoff was supposed to be a federal judgeshlp. Actually; there was nothing to the story. Senator Kilgore is all set for a two-fisted election campaign and has the backing of .many powerful mine lieutenants of John L. Lewis. Kilgorc, extremely popular with the miners, would get their vote even if Lewis opposed him. Representative EdmUton was egged Into getting Into the rncc by Loucy Johnson when Loucy discovered he could not get even American Legion backing for the Senate. Ironically, It was Senator Kil- gorc who, lifter constant calls «t the White House, finally persuaded President Truman to name John-1 EM* wt *Nb son at secretary of defense. - | '·. TIMEM *Mf. When it rams it pours / N«ift n \U\iti /* Groc.ry Pricu lilted in thi «dd »· GUARANTEED thru Wednesday, March S. Met! and Product pricti at* 9ood thru Sal.. Mar. 1. Here's Kroger's offering to the women of this area during the city-wide "Women 1 * Day" celebration -- special dollar values in top quality foods. As our prize in the "treasure hunt" we are giving 5 BASKETS OF GROCERIES WORTH $6 EACH TO THE LUCKY LADIES WITH OUR NUMBER! Just register at the Chamber of Commerce Friday, Feb. 29. OLEO Smooth, rich, economical. Don't miss this wonderful value. ALMA PEAS 8 Blackeyes or Purple Hulls. Fresh shelled. Top quality. FRUIT COCKTAIL Ibs. No. 303 Cans $ 1 1 Nd.l $T Cons A Kroger Brand, Chill and serve with salads. . ' Old South Brand. Molt'i dtlkloui, natural fltror. Orange Juice -- 10 No. 2 cans $1 Apple Juke..... 4 32-oz. bob. $1 5 North Bay Brand, Krofjtr Brand. Swwlaiud. Grated Tuna · -- 5 No. Vi cans $1 Grape Fruit Juice.. 10 No! 2 cans $1 · Rich, natural flaror. . D*l Menu Brand. ' . * Kroger Catsup... 514-oz. bottles $1 Whole Green Beans, 4 No. 303 cans $1 Buih Bell, Cr«n It whit.. ATondal. Brand, Ttndlr, laity. Lima Beans...... 5 No. 2 cans $1 Kidney Bean*... 10 No. 303 cans $1 Kroger Brand. Hcaf'lr ierr«. W.ilarn Gold Brand i · Sweet Potatoes.... 4 No. 3 cans $1 Pork Beans.... 10 No. 303 cans $1 Pumpkin Kroger Brand. Fancy pack SuntwMt Brand. 5 No. 2'/ 2 cans $1 Prune Juke..... 3 32-oz. bols. $1 Full 7-in. Rib Cut CHOICE CENTER CHOPS OR ROAST 57e LB. CO Center pieces, Ib. 39c 2 to 3 Ib. first cuts, . . . . 33' 39' ib.29 e 4 to 6 Ib. Avg. Lb. Wicklow Brand. Tray pack-ad. Claantd. rtady for Iht pan. Sliced Bacon Ib. 35* Whiting Fish . . . . . Ib. Brand Nam. Lat.r. .. Sind riin , Pork Sausage . . . Ib. roll 35 Vein X Shrimp . . . . Ib. 75 T.nd.r, t.ity, nutritious. ' . Top quality. Economical Pork Liver Ib. 27 Cod Fillets . . . . . lb.45 Filltli, Frei-Shor. Brand. Kroj.r Fru-Shor. Brand. Ocean Perch . . . Ib.ctn. 39 Oysters . . . . . pi. can 89* bchs. ~J-wC CARROTS CABBAGE The best of Texas Carrots. Crisp, tender, bright green tops. Green, carefully trimmed Texas cabbage. Save, only 3-25 2 "" 9 Winesap Apples, 2 Ibs 25c Florida Oranges 8 49c Small, juicy, tart. Juicy, rich in vitamin C.

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