The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1955 · Page 6
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FACE SIX BLYTHEVItLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWi TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER «i, 195B Credit Restraints Have Had Very Little Success So Far By SAM D.4WSON NEW YORK (AP) — What effect have governmental credit restraints had on slowing down the business boom? Very little, so far. . The most tangible result of the money managers' moves to tighten! credit has been to cause an in-1 crease in interest rales—and hence an increase in the cost of doing business—and to make the banks scurry around TO find new money to lend to their many would-be borrowers. The mild restraints may take visible form in the months ahead. They are chiefly aimed at acting us a governor to prevent ihe business boom from running sway. ^Police Search for Kidnaped Son of San Francisco Doctor SAN FRANCISCO W)—Nearly 300 verge of complete collapse and a Dlicemen searched house by house father whose dreams of having a through a 66-block area today for a doctor's 3-day-old son who was kidnaped from Mt.Zion Hospital. The child, Richard J. Marcus, the healthy 6-pound, He was taken from the glass- enclosed nursery yesterday afternoon . presumably by an untidy But so i'ar there are few signs j son of Dr. and Mrs. Saniord of slowing down—and many signs! Marcus of suburban Daly City. of more industrial and trade activity the rest of this year. No Change Planned I Unimpressed by warnings that,'blonde who had been questioned only easy credit terms could keep! by Lettie Clement, 21, a student auto sales booming, the auto indus- nurse. try says it plans to turn out 1956 Eleanor Lorenz. a nursing super- models at the same fast clip it set; visor, saw a blonde woman walk- when it introduced the 1955's. Carj iri g f rom the hospital shortly after- dealers are being warned to pre-j ward with a baby. • Jear. = ^ e ^-oman as a "whi 1 ,e housing industry was thought, American about 34 yeai nany to be a particular target! bcwecn 5 feet 5 snd 5 f pare for even keener competition next year. The by m. of ihe credit-tightening program And in July the starting of new homes faltered a little. But it snapped back in August and builders say the revival is lasting in September. Appliances, Too Appliances are another thing that many American families buy on time. *But dealers report that [he usual summer slump in sales was hard to find. They think financing of sales in the traditional big season from now till Christmas will put no brake on what they predict will be a record year. Retail hopes, indeed, are running high for record Christmas trade in all lines. j Steel mills are operating only a Inspector G eor§e Over described •white female of age, feet 7 tall, I 150 and 170 fine strong son are shattered. "We will bear you no ill will for loving our son, too. "Please, please return him In good health to us." The doctor told newsmen, "My wife and I are not vindictive. We will not prosecute if our baby is returned to us unharmed. "And we are certainly poor candidates for ransom. "The woman is just hungry for a child." The hospital offered a $1,000 reward for information leading to the baby's recovery. Mrs. Marcus, 29, was put under sedatives. Her husband is 34. They have two other children, Richard. 3, and Sudan, 2. be; •weighing between pounds.", Woman Described He said she was large busted, clear skinned and with long blonde hair and gave the general impression of "untidiness." Dr. Marcus, a staff physician at the hospital, pleaded in a radio broadcast addressed to the kid- that you probably naper: "I realize wanted this baby for your own, to give it all the love and affection a fine new baby should have. But you must understand that you have left behind two henrt broken parents — a mother, who is on the little below capacity. There is no sign yet of any letdown in steel demand. -This great indicator of the business boom still points to full steam ahead in nearby months^ The brakes may take hold U.S. Marines To Rescue-Star And Stripes Fly ST. LOUIS I/Pi — The Stars and Stripes are flying again atop the old courthouse for the first time In about a year, thanks to the U.S. Marines. The climbing of stairs 162 feet to the flag pole on the dome was regarded as too much for the elderly custodians of the building. Lt. Col. John J. Jan-is, comman- aer of the .Marine recruiting service in the Federal Building, came to the rescue with a five-day-a- iveek flag raising detail which started yesterday. Jarvis said the Marines couldn't sit by while no flag flew over the Building, and added that he doesn't want his men to get soft. "Those but as of now "business is still j stairs, 162 feet up, why that's the booming. I best obstacle course downtown." LUCKY—Actress Ava Gardner counts herself lucky after having her car flip over on her in Spain. She was driving her new Mercedes from Madrid to Barajas airport to meet friends when the car went out of control, careened across a two-lane speedway and rolled over. Shaken, but unhurt, she •talked back to her hotel. SALESMAN WANTED For Office Machine Sales to represent a National fonccrn. Previous experience in retail selling, insurance canvassing, or allied Hnes will be helpful, hut not absolutely necessary. Must be bc- tween BRCS 24 to 30. Write a short history giving jour education, experience and marital status. Also Include three references as you will be bonded. Reply to Box X-6, c/o Courier News. 3 generations choose Maytag All over America, 3 fenerations in the -virnt fftmiliet have chosen Mayings, j Vou e«n own•• MayUf for *j 90 95 HALSELL&WHITE Main «t Division Ph. 3-B090 HAIRY VETCH Oregon or Arkansas Grown PMA SPECIFICATIONS Place Your Order Now Blyrheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone 3-6S56 DON'T BE FOOLED on fluoridation facts Pay your poll tax before October 1st, so you can vote in the City Election Nov. Sth, 1955 and the Primary Elections 1956. 2. 3. 4, 5. 7 POISON — Sodium Fluoride is a Poison. It is used to kill rats and insects. DANGEROUS if taken internally or inhaled. Dr. Leo Spira, M.D., New York, says: "It deprives the body of Calcium. Heart, diabetic and kidney patients arc warned NOT to drink fluoridated water." CANCER: "The results of my experiment indicate (hat animals on treated (fluoriated water) developed cancer earlier than the controls — (those not drinking fluoridated water!") From a letter by Dr. Alfred Taylor, research scientist, in the Biochemical Institute, University of Texas. j, SMALL DOSAGE HIGHLY TOXIC: "Fluoride intoxication is insidious and ACCUMULATIVE, especially when the daily dose is small, but Ms effects are permanent and irreparable," says Dr. Charles Dillon. FLUORIDE IS A DANGEROUS AND UNSCIENTIFIC EXPERIMENT: "It is unscientific and impractical lo prescribe a toxic substance for the duration of your life, as ,an experiment, Whether we need it or not, against our will, and without being ahle to stop taking it if we want to do so," says Dr. C. A. Brusch, M.D., of Cambridge Medical Center, Mass. FLUORIDATION is the experimental MASS- MEDICATION of entire populations by the impregnation of entire water supplies of whole communities with METAI.IC fluorine compounds INCAPABLE of being assimilated as food, under conditions of duress, without cession or reasonable chance of escape." (Dr. Paul Manning.) SHALL WE RE GUINEA PIGS? Why poison our good water? If you feel you may be depriving some child of a benefit, forget it. The recent report (June 1, 1955) to the City of New York says that the City can buy proper daily dosage tablets for 20 cents (or less) per thousand, and the City can save 90% or more of the cost by giving each child tablets to be taken in his milk or water each day. In (his way he gets only Ihe proper amount and can slop taking fluoride when no longer needed. COMMITTEE AGAINST FLUORIDATIQN Frank C. Douglas, Chairman Fire Drill Is Real Thing DALLAS. Tex. tfl — Holy Trinity Catholic school yesterday held t (ire drill, showing off for three city fire inspectors. The students left the building and assembled outside. A kitchen help, er sprinted out and whispered, "Fire," to the • principal, Sister Verena. The inspectors rushed Inside and put out a fire back of the automatic dishwasher. "First time I ever had a formal appointment with a fire," said Inspector P. F. Dunaway. No Monkey Business, This OIOCINNATT Wl—George Kerstin gthought his six children were strictly up to monkey business yesterday when one of them yelled, -There's a monkey in the back yards." But sure enough, there was a monkey rapidly making friends with the youngsters. They fed him some bread and a banana. Later the visitor took to the trees- slid disappeared in a wooded area in the neighborhood. Demos to Mop Farm Policies CHICAGO W) — Democratic farm leaders, including two former secretaries of agriculture, met yesterday to formulate their party's form policies for the 1966 election year. At the same time, members of the Republican party were meeting to make arrangements for the GOP National Convention next Aug. 30 at San Francisco. Heading a Democratic agricultural advisory committee are Claude Wickard and Charles Brannan, former agriculture secretaries of Democratic administrations. Subway Strife* Ends PARIS l/Pi — The four-day Paris subway strike appeared ending yesterday. Ninety-five per cent of the trains were rolling. Another strike, however, still kept city and suburban buses off the streets. The strikers are asking for a 15 per cent wage increase. United States paper currency is made only at the Bureau ot Engraving and Printing, in Washington, D.C. HAVE YOU TRIED SMORGAS NUTS? A Salted Nut But Different Roasted And Coated With Glucose And Sprinkled With Salt Crystals Packed In 7 oz. Cans 75c The Can Peanuts . . . . 59c The Can Wonderful For Coke or Cocktail Parties Exclusively At Fine Liquors FOSTERS Party Foods Across From Hotel Noble Quamey ShtIM TAIPEI, Formosa I* — Nationalist China's Defense Ministry said Communist artillery on Amoy Is* land fired M shelli yesterday at Nationalist Little Quemoy and Chuyu Islands. The ministry said Nationalist artillery silenced the Red guns. It said the only Nationalist cut* alty was one nors*. Read Courier News Classified Adi. Sure standard of American whiskey at • With the finest products in history within their reach, Americana can afford to be selective. And they are. For from over 3,000 brands sold they have made one whiskey, SEAGRAM'S 7 CROWN, their favorite. its finest Say Seagram's and be Sure Seagram-Distillers Company, New York City. Blended Whiskey, 86.8 Proof. 65% Grain Neutral Spirltt. You'll probably pay a-t leas-t -thie much •for your new car ! 'IS" ?-Docr Swkrn so why not MAKE IT AN OLDS ! Chances «re you've always considered Oldsmobile a high- priced car. And it's true, it looks like a high-priced car ... performs like a high-priced car ... has all the prestige of cars costing many, many dollars more. Buf actually, you can own a big, beautiful "Rocket" Engine Olnsmnbile /or less than some mmicls in the louiest priced field. What's more, you'll find » "Bocket" is worth far more when you're ready to trade! And there never was a better time than now to make your move . . . now when Oldsmobile value is higher than ever . . . now when trade-in allowances are at a peak . . . now when Oldsmobile is rocketing to the greatest year in its history! So come in and try a "Rocket"! We've got one that will fit your pocket! Remember—September is "Big Deal" month! OL-DSIN/IOBI L-E VI SIT THI "ROCKIT BOOM" ... AT YOUR O L D S M O • I L I DIALIR'll HORNER-WILSON MOTOR COMPANY, 317 E. MAIN Phon. 2-2056 II CARIFUL-DRIVI SAFILTI

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