Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 26, 1962 · Page 24
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 24

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, November 26, 1962
Page 24
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p ag« 24 GREELEY TRIBUNE Mon, Bus/ness Highlight Nov._26a%2 jLucy ' s JOB OS Lucy's Employe To Come First By JACK LEFLER AP Busintss News Wrier despite a holiday, which By CYNTHIA LOWRY NEW VOKK 'AP'-Lucille Ball usually has been an interruption uf Desilu-described recently by ,au admirer as the NEW YORK ' \ P ' Some "' an upward trend, thanks-deserving busine-- di.-vi.-l-' ''"I".' Thankvjivin^ market lioli- P rra °TMt with the prettiest legs" opments highlighted Thm^ning^)' shortened the stock trading-" "^ U P a sh ° rl ^"f s week 'week to (our daw of tradin- tr 'P to Manhattan and to date has '63 Building Record Seen WASHINGTON 'API - Con jl | strut-lion activity will set a record il in 1963 lor the second successive!! year, with outlays close to 56331 B i l l Stark the Comn i er( . e Department pr(K j irted Sundnv 111 llth Ave. T Gredey, Colorado The economic outlook was. generated sales oi l«.47l " " I J t f o m i d sibilities particularly heavy. res P° n - hanced by reports of improve-,* 15 Compared with 23.787.a55 the ment in lionic construction riura-'i liviMla . v »·'* hefore. Bond sales . We goods orders personal ine-ome !lotal «' ^-^.W TMTMpared svith, oul k ' r former husband s interest and orders for machine tool" :^.5«.000 the previous week. !'" thclr mulual lelmsl °" P rlxlut " And income tax payers on both' Spectacular parades staged t )v ! lU)ncom l )an y '"' a reported $3 persona] and cori-oratc levels' de P arlmcnt torcs '" ""Jor "*s|" !°'"',' . ^ A s s u m e d h were cheered by the recommenced a " "" kickoff of th^.of the bg studios, daticn by the President'!, Ad-| L ' nriilma«W»8 season. Be- This DUls her in the rather curi- visory Committee on Labor-Man- optimistic not on | v; ous position of being, as star of of agement policy tax cut. The stock market advance kept rolling along at a good clip, the week provided a springboard for the Christmas buying season, which many merchants expect to. , be record-breaking. The Commerce Department S10-billionl aDtlut tnc holiday period, but "I"The Lucy Show." her own em survey by the National IU-| plo - ve ' And *xtD an employe tail Merchants, Association showed! she ft ' ols - is her number one J ob . ;a majority of merchants expect-' ! ing higher sales and profits in the: "Fortunately we've got a first half of 1963. This would represent a i ! j lion gain over the record private]] and public expenditures on building indicated for 1962. according! to the department's annual offi-i] cial forecast. At an estimated $61.2 billion this!] year, construction outlays have in-j creased by $3.9 billion from 19C1.' The department forecasts another good year for housing stalls. It estimated that about 1.425.000 private nonfarm dwellings will be started, along with some 40,000 President Kennedy acted to pro- called "a needed what good] ;group working for us--the same' ones who have been with us from the start," Lucv said reflectivelv. jboost to the economy" by order-r' Tnere ' s ""·' production head, the leased these indications of a more: ( , n in« that S327.G million iii dividends creative head, tr" financial head National Service Life in-i an(I ' ne tax people. I'll be depcnd- robust economy in October: | S urance and U.S. government life| in g on them as we always have." policies be paid in! Lucy does expect to miss Desi Work got tinder way on 12'J. 100; insurance privately owned houses and apart-jJanuary. Otherwise, the payment units. This translates into! moms would have been spread an annual rate of 1.47D.OOO units, a.out through all of next gain of 17 per tcmber and 4 October 1961. Arnaz. most of all as executive producer of her new series, which in a few weeks catapulted to the Bolstered by an improvement in|' demand for steel, durable goods orders reached a new high of ?16.6 billion with a 3 per cent gain over September. Durable goods held even. A record annual rate of $445.6 billion was attained by persona! income with a $2.1 rise last month. Dividends from investments showed a gain of $300 million and interest September. The National jbeat from nonautomotive users as cent from Sep-j While there were reports that| t o P of the popularity lists per cent from!orders lor steel were on the up-i "'' m sori 'y to lose him, particularly his advice on playing comedy scenes and in the cutting. He's always had the last word there, and it's an area he knows so well and it is always so right." Lucy and her new husband, comedian Gary Morton, are staying in a hotel while Lucy holds dipped 1,782.000 tons. autorrr kers, during the production week to Red Sea Expedition TEL AVIV--Many fish species. 100 species of sea-weeds as well as many other species ol life- forms were brought back to Israel .,,. bv a 20-man team of scientists it S200 nulhon over who ,. cccntly retunled from n six-week expedition during which Machine Tool Builders Association reported orders for new machine tools- key economic barometer--jumped ^ to $61.15 million in October from $50.1 million in September. With investors' confidence strengthened by an improving economic outlook and an easing of international crises, the stock market pushed its advance; through the fourth consecutive 1 week, rising to the highest level in six months. It accomplished they carried out biological and Lll ,y says . "I'm amazed, and oceanographic investigations the Ethiopian water of the Red public housing units. "High levels of employment, sustained high disposable personal income and a favorable mortgage market will help to strengthen the demand for new housing." the forecast said. The favorable outlook was based on the department's assumption that over-all economic activity would continue to expand in 1953 "although the rate of growth may be very modest during the first few months." "The acceleration of public works and highway programs am the anticipation of tax reductions to spur employment and encour age investment early in 1963 will stimulate business in genera],' the report said. The department's experts assumed also that mortgage credit will continue to be plentiful and conferences with her sponsors, ^ - mvfs{menl funds for indus . submits to an endless series ofjtria] and commercial newspaper and magazine interviews and tries to sublet a big Manhattan apartment she leased before her marriage. Of the success of the new show, expansion will continue in ample supply; and that construction costs will remain fairly stable with rising labor costs approximately offset by declining prices of building i Vivian Vance, her costar). We were worried about not having the two men around, but ;we both feel that, somehow, the ! distribution of plot and the jokes ;give an easier feel to the show-with 'I Good for Fishing JAMESTOWN, Ky (AP) - Lake^ much easier_than it was Cumberland, a few miles from e k ue v-' here, is among the 10 largest man-made lakes in the world, with a shore line of 1,255 miles. The lake is 105 miles in length. iroduction of her show. She works 520 bill and a $10 bill caught in TURKEY DINNER BAZAAR and FOOD SALE Evans Methodist Church THURSDAY, NOV. 29 - NOON Lucy plans to plunge back into Adults, $1.25 Children, 65c Sponsored By WSCS on the schedule of intensive rehearsal leading up to shooting Hie episode before a live audience on Thursday nights. This, in the past, ias given her a chance to have long, restful weekends with her family. She. hopes her new job as Desilu president won't eat into this precious time--"although maybe il will cut into one of those days." In Any Cos* DBS MOINES. Iowa (AP) Mrs. John McLaughlin of Des Moines was surprised to find out why her new electric broom wasn't working. A repair man found a the belt of the appliance. Mrs. McLaughlin said she didn't have the faintest idea how she happened to sweep up the money. Her husband, an attorney, said he didn't know f ither, hut he commented, "It must have been money." RIO DE JANElRO-Merchants in this city are set to ask the Brazilian government for aid i the population exodus to the in lerior should continue. my Quontrill Death Wound LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Thei notorious guerrilla leader of the Civil War, William Clark Quan tril, died in a Louisville military hospital in 1865 after being wound ed in a battle. 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