Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 1, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 1, 1952
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Twttloy, AprH 1, If fa To /jExcite U Business Men Tru; « ' . - A*fT* twin ««l»t«i«-to rctire in MUWT and try to' hold the price * In titt\--htt Hutinfismen as ' UK politicians. , The first ch»nife Is In the chance 6( averting * stdel strike, rtticc at the price of higher prices looked likely last week. Th« president's decision'(hut higher wages' should come oul. of pro/it* now makes tho thrnt of i steel strlk* vtry rtiL Neither In* union* nor management Mem In * mood to chanf* their stands. The whole question of trw wife- price line, of control! and (he move to decontrol, of labor-management reUtibnii, take* on a new aspect, many builne»men feel, as the result of the resignation of Defend Wl*on. Beyond thin Immediate economic problem for business He still others us the result of th» president's de's hot... 's mf 4 I when you cook Oft V/OMFQRT.., atavenferice... and good cooking arc being enjoyed'by iftwe *ndttbre ; hom«sm4kers as they "switch to an electric range. Autonwtic, controlled'heat,. for the food, not the kitchen t . t .comes from the modern electric range, pride of miny t kitchen. ' ; Visit y^ i^lknce dealer^ stortj arid choose the make arid tnajej thatfits your cooking and kitchen needs. A trained; o«ne service representative from Southwestern to help you get the many enjoyed by those who -who own* one. E. J. DYESS, DIVISION MAMAOCH ciiion not to run Bwlsie fnm tUt Budnenrnen are tryinf to asMu what effect MM pre«Ment'* «·»- plni out of the caaipelf» picture will have on buaineas in leneral. BOM thlrik it will ituait a marlrtd «*ln» away from the Fair DMI policies that many In builntw ton- slriered hampering and danieroui. V/hile many in bMlnttt «tld in- duslry will* Welcome any Jwin* to lh« right, «6ni(! wonder tl tMre \fill be a lufther slow-down in trie defense program if the nltiort's for«l|jn policy shifts. nef*nse spending cUfrtntly 1» a bulwark M the economy, which is loft in tame othei 1 diV«ctiortii. And W7rii« think that the chinc«i of cuttlnjr back apprb;fiationil for foreign aid will be greater now. Business has tended to associate Pr*sid«nt Truman with "lax «rid spend," and se« a ch*nc« (hat this ; trend will be halted, whoever His nucctssor may b* in tK« White HfluM, and nd matter which party is victorious in Novdmbtr. Steel Strlk* frtrti Wilson's resignation is the im- mddiate' worry, 'however. A .steel ifrlke would upset, many a'ppli- -·af(s. The Companies insist th«y hiU'st have tilgher prices it they Srant the higher wages the Wa|(e stabilization Board recommends. Wilson, .in Mis resignation tetter, ndlcatcd that the president insists that steel profits are high .'nough to Absorb the wige boost, this steel executives deny. Their ipokeSman say the wage hikes vould wipe but most of the profits --some s a y all of (he profits, "he president apparently does not hink so. Other businessmen beyond the tee! officials have a direct in- ercst in the conflict, Many have egarded Wilson as holding the ine for them against the more adieal clement in the control set- P. Mtre Inflation See* Manufacturers feel that if Wil- nfi't resignation means a 1 (witch o permitting higher wages, a new nflatlon spiral it inevitable. They eason that sooner or later the orttrol chef^il will have to let rlcts rls*, too. A stett price rise t retarded *« widely basic, be- *u.« Meet ties in with so many th«r industries and because Iteel t reftrdtd tt » leader, both in ettinf w»|e-patterns and price rend*. Businessmen hav* been Worry- ig anyway about the «et-b*ck to ie economy they for*s«e wh«n ]* defense prcgrsnt is topped «nd overnment spending In th«'dur- rble indltstrlt* dropl off. ?, ' They; tfttoofe "(Milt preildenfa tclllon not to run will (*hing* the illcy in Washington on defense id toward business in general, nd they fear the 1 labor unrest thilt ««** to be foreihidowtd In Wll- n'l resignation. tt CrtM Pie Sale Howrs - (Special) - Resident! Monte Ne contributed »4M.54 the Red 'Cross last we*k rough a tptcM pie .auction, It II announced today. Mike Humel served as tuctloneef at the und 'drive *aie. .Mrs, B«rry raham, chairman for Big Sprints wnship, was one of the sponsors. Il'» « Spcciiic'iilar Itiinl-naitat* Performer! mm *Hf"»eMe» Nr**.*Mc Or/ Yea-drlr* It ynuraelf-- you'll ace why so many, many people arc saying that the new 1951. Uual- Ranfle* Pontlac la the mom amazing--and (he most thrilling performer they e»»r drove! At the wheel of a new Poniiac you have iwn'rnrirrf)' tliffmnt types ol jierform- ance under finger-lip control. In Traffic R«n(W you can have apertactilar acctltr- *ilon and power-- more than you'll prohahly ever n»»d. And wlien you're in Cruising Ranftt-rollint alon» (h» open road §o imoothly, ailently and economically, you almost feel vou'rt Come In today-drive a wonderful new Diial-Ranfe I'nntlac yourself. It It c«r- talnly sprrtaciilar new proof that **H«r fur dollar «u can't brat a fnnllact MM.I.AM r«H MM.AII V«U c.t.\T »K.%T A HATFIELD PONTIAC CO. SM4 MIT MIABOW 1 BEGINNING APRIL 2 through APRIL 15 Another milestone passed, wo fake this opportunity of expressing our gratitude for the wonderful patronage end good will we have received since coming to this city. We have completed six years ·f BlMMnt retatimt with the people or Northwest Arkansas and, as we begin our seventh year, 5? *?!? ·*? etl " ro *f OM ''·""·wsary by offering you some real bargains in all lines of merchandise. We have purchased special items for this sele, ond are passing along real savings to our customers. We con still offer you o number of ARMY SURPLUS items. Come in and see us, We can save you money. MEN'S Shpwer-Sheddor SPRING JACKETS! Swell jackets of rayon shdrk- tkint or gabardine with zipper front, corde'd s l a s h pockets, two button cuffs, elastic insert waist, assorted colors and checks! S. M. L. ... You SAVEI 3.50 4.90 6.95 MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS rw the Easter Parade EnoVell-Carter Douglas-Kingston Staffer $5.88 To $8.75 Genuine BUCK-SKIN Moccasin, soft and easy en the feet--crepe rubber sole-*Mf N'S, $5.39 Th« ·mart leisure-time shoe with builtin comfort. Airy, op«n weave uppers. Platform sole of cork and rubber. Lasted for proper fit. In Brown or Straw Color $3.79 Men's $1.99 Skipdent SPORT SHIRTS Sonforlnd, no0hrink cool cotton tkip- d*nti in blue,'gr«y, grtln dr moiie. Built to fit and comfort, long and short I!MV«». Small, medium and large. Save 30c tachl $169 1 S P E C I A L DRESS SHIRTS Regular $2.95 White Oxford cloth -- military custom tailored 14, $159 3 Shirts $4.50 LUGGAGE SPECIAL 3 pc. set consisting-1 -- 26" case 1 -- 2 1 "case 1 Overnite case 15 Attractive luggage you will be proud to carry. Our AIR FORCE BLUE B4 Bag. $fA50 SPICIAL *" Plus txcls* and state tax. 19 s SALE 1,8 PAIRS SPRING SLACKS Reg. $4.95 and $5.95 Gabardines', Sharkskins, Nylons, ·Tropicals. Quality tailored in the s m a r t e s t spring styles. Crease rssislaril. Newest colors and pnlterns. 89 Sim » io 44. 1st and ling.. BATH TOWELS Special purchase for this sale. 2 0 x 4 0 . Colored border. Popular size. Reg. 59c Value -- 39 The most famous sock name in each -pair. MEN'S ARGYLES First quality--69c yal .44c 3 pairs--$1.25 {rregulars 39c 3 pairf--$1.05 KHAKI PANTS AND SHIRTS, 8.5 $*)69 OK. army twill--Pool, Old Ky. Test ··" up COVERALLS-SPECIAL Grey and White striped $3.92 Olive Drab , 4.90 Fishing and Sporting Goods Commando Tents, 7 x 1 2 . . .$35.00 An item that lurei the camper and fisherman back to nature Sleeping Bags-- Wool -- mummy type $4.95 English -- Kapok filled 16.00 Genuine Army -- Down f i l l e d . . . . . 19.50 AIR MATTRESS -- Rubber 28x72 9.85 Bamboo Fly Rods-- Langley Glass Fly rods, hollow glass. $A99 Reg. $20.00 -- Save $10.01 9 Southwester Glass Casting $£95 Rod -- 5'. Reg. 7.95 3 Bronfon Green Hornet M, $^|50 Casting Reel 4 ·§ Ocean City Reel. Treated Braided rope trot l i n e . . . . . . . I'/ic ft. Army Flashlights -- 2 cells with Bat... 98c Canned Heat -- knives, forks, spoons, skillets and griddles. 1 Gallon Thermos Jugs $2.45 1 qt. Thermos bottles ,.,, .$2,10 Our SPECIAL ICE BOX, a treat -$ and a necessity while camping.. .."... .$6.95 HARDWARE-TOOLS Defionce Block Plane, 7" long, l s /t" cutter .. $1 20 Miller Falls Jack Plane, 14" long, 2" cutter .'. $4.50 8 and 10 point Superior hand saw . . $2 25 Benard Pliers (army surplus item) 6 '/a" '. . . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' ' . ' . ' ' ' . '.75 All kinds of smbll tools -- reasonably priced. TARPAULINS-AII Sizes HAMPTON'S ARMY SURPLUS STORE 318 West Dickson FAVETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS

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