Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 25, 1952 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 25, 1952
Page 9
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IOM**, luwooy, M*rcn *», Korean Peace Treaty, Although Desired By Storm Damiges Barns, Brooder Houses; The People, Might Well Prove Serious To The United States' Slightly Shaky Economy By SAM DAWSON , New v Yo'rkH/P)-Truce in Korea --fhatlljefennial bauble of hopi has Wr* pretty well discounted iti advance now by business and in- :dt)IStry. ' ' .. But doubtless, if 11 comes, It Etill will send psychological ripples through.,«!. ..already troubled Afflericjn,.:economy', firit . o. ( f , through the Block and commodity exchanges, always sensitive to supposed changes in policy of course. A n d , conceivably, these ripples could grow into waves. gabbing al has -worked i situation where The interminable Pahmunjbn Already th8 ecbL._..., the dollar-Rnd-ceiits' effects of a truce would depend pretty much oh how people take it -- . just another milestone in the seemingly endless'cold war, or a real letdown in defenss effort. And the pu 1 'ic has been taught that the defense effort is a chief mainstay iii an economy rather dubiously balanced just now between inflation and depression, times have changed since the truce talks started last July. those who believe the truce would"lead to a defense letdown and a business slump fear these possibilities:: A truce could make consumer's even more reluctant to buy. Al- ready they are bargain hunters. Some businessmen fear cuitpmert will stay home entirely,' "" "'" for'a collape? in prices. Stock traders w i g h t abandon the war babies--industriei tfrofit- iruj ffom rearmament, fhjy might Woo again the peace, babies--industries hard Kit when mbit mi- terials arc earmarked tot irnii- ment. fijty might even 'Wf that declining defence cpendiny would send the heavy industries on ftjf downward path that te*tll« already Has trod. ' ' · Commodity p r 1 c te, jlrtaiy weakened, might feel the depr'isii- ing touch of a truce. \Var bat i heartier appetite thin peVcfc. Slorf buyers and factory pufchaflDjf agents, already playing it clop* to the vest, might put off fi.lurt orders. CohgreES, looking for i p!«c» to whittle the budget, nii|ht regard the truce as an invitation to carvt on the fat of military a^tpropria- tions, aiifl fofelgn aid. And the pressure to free tht economy of controls on prices and materials would take oA a Ibid of fresh steam with thi fifst whisper of the peace dove's wing* In Korea. Against all these pbssibilitici must be stacked tWp facts: Billiht already appropriated for defense have yet to be spent! an8 the ihflated, vulnerable ecAhomy «t last summer when the truce first was proposed hit already started back to normal size. A Korean truce hasn't th* jolting 06teritial it once had. the danger how ii that even a small jar nil|ht upset a teetering economy. Berries And Cotton Escape Major Loss (By the Aatfelilcl Whltt County. Arkansas, principally a farming county, began to frt« and look to it crois. ' A preliminary survey snows that evaluation. th» county's No. J money crop- strawberries--may have escaped major damoie. But Acting County Afent R»ndpl K. Price iald It's too *arly to make in accurate No estimate has be«n made of the livestock and poultry low, but Price Mid the county'a top ca«h crop, cotton, «a« not affected by the ttorms. Price sld h» hai received reports of damage to som 1 ot White County'! 100 Grade A dairy barn* He said several brooder houses were wrecked. In Johnson · County, the cold snap that followed : f rlday'« tor- nadots killed from JO to 80 per cent of the peach cr6p. A report from the OnlVerllt, Experiment Sill Ion at Clarktville Indicated that only one type of peach escaped damage--the Fair Beauty upedM. UieC py thouaandi In reduclni tl«ta--Jungf'i Roman Mfal brt*d- 11-ll-tl Specialized Feed Store To Open At Rogers Roger»-(Spet'lali-ur interest to turkey and rabbit farmrri In I h e i opening of a feed stAre here w h i c h ' plflnj to handle n line of feeds for pciultry, turkeys and rnbblti. Incorporators of the company Include N. L. Holley, C. fl Huds- pelh and Uwiiht Miller, all Rngen butlnest men. Authorised capital was listed .it Jin,000. The com- pany's rtort will h« local** In the Hudspeth Building on South First Street, and wlD b« :«j«n about April ,1. . . ; . ' i .._,"? IVMVTHINO FAYlTTfeVILLE IRON ond META OOVMNMIMT A Gas dries your clothes irdoors ...SAVE WORK Ilk AUTOMATIC CAS CIO THIS DRYfR Save countless step! and time and have clothes that are fresher than all outdoors--with. an Automatic GAS Clothes Dryer. 5(1 YOU* GAS APPLIAHCl DlALfR/ ARKANSAS^ESTERM OAS fiM HtrM nt WM( Double SH Green Stamps Tomorrow These Prices Effective Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday Arkansas' Finest and Freshest Fruits and Vegetables Crisp Ruby Red Radishes . . bunch 4ic Large Bunches . . Green Onions, bunch 7k Giant Stalks, Green Celery . . . eachlOc Fresh Green Parsley, large bunches 5c Cherry Rhubarb . . . lb.19c Tomatoes. Ib. tube 19c Large Size California A V 0 C A D 0 S Each 10' Heinz Tomato Ketchup . . bottle 25c All Flovors JELLO . boxSc Southern Daisy or Oklahoma Made Flour 25 Ib. $1.75 Queen's Taste Cut Green Beans, No. 2 can lOc Jack Sprat Pork and Beans, No. 2 can lOc Proctor and Gamble Joy, instant suds . . bottle 29c 80 Count N 0 R T H E R N N A P K I N S 10c box Shop Our Complete Self Service Meat Market Swift's' Premium*,;'-:;:: '" ^'i* "1 Franks, Ib. cello bag 63c · , , ·- r^ * * Buy Franks, G«t *-o*. - ' : r CDEE^ Jar KraH Muitard . .; ..,,'.. !'V... rriBEj 4 to 8 Ib. Size j Hams, Picnic . lb.33c Swift's Oriole Bacon .. . . Ib. 45c Pure Ground Beef . Ib. 67c Cut Up ; Fryers . . . . Ib. 65c We Give SoVH Green Stamps 416 N. College Phone 2959 F. I. IROOKS J. I. IROOKS

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