The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 19, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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WEDNESDAY, JULY '9, 1950 Macy's Ask Halt Oi Scare Buying; 'Plenty lor All' iVorld'* Biggest Store viscounts Talk of Shortages in U.S. NEW YORK, July 19. W*)—Macy's, the world's largest department store, yesterday bought newspaper dvertising to tell the consumer lat 'talk of shortages Is "danger- is nonsense." "There's no important shortage of lythiiiB, right now," the full page Iverfising says. "Our own counters re: bulging with murchrmdise. In my, many lines, there's a sur- BLTTHEY7LT.E (ATtK.V COTJFTCK plus. R. H. Macy and Co., which owns he big New York store and other itores throughout the country, said t was planning-to repeat the. advertising hi other cities where Ma:y has affiliated stores. High Productivity "America's productive capacity," 'he advertising says, "is at siu-h a high level that it call cope with just about everything, except • a .ampetle of hoarding and panic buying," The Korean v,-ars material requirements, the advertisement adds, "an be handled by the productive ^fle of America — without, it ^fs to us, reducing in any important way the adequate supply of civilian goods." "But suppose the worst happens." Macy's adds. "Suppose we do, des- ite all we hope for and pray for, become Involved In another lull PAGE ELEVBM AN OLD STORY TO OLD SOLDIERS—Two famous American generals who served with General MacArthur in the Pacific, road the Korean war news with special interest at their homes in retirement at San Antonio, Tex. At left is Licut.-Gen. Walter Krucger, former commanding officer of the American Cth Army in the South Pacific, a key man in Mac-Arthur's return to Ihe Philippines. At right is Gen. Jonathan Wainwright, hero of Uataan, whom General MacArthur freed from a Jap prison camp on his triumphal entry into Tokyo. scale war—? Hoarding Is Bad "Alt the more reason why every sensible American should look on haunting with revulsion. H always plays squarely into the hands of our enemies." ' "Buy what you need or really want. But please don't be stampeded into buying what you don't want —for you'll be spending money with no immediate benefit to yourself. And you'll pay for it again because it will help raise the prices vou'll later have to pay for most everything—including tilings you really will need." Arkansas Polio Pat-lent Leaves MCOHEE. Ark., July 10. ffl— Thirteen-year-old Je.inettc Anderson, McGhee polio patient, was to leave yesterday for Warm Springs. Ga., to receive treatment provided by the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. Hotarians who have, helped to make school possible for her the past semester by providing her transportation to and from school and arranging for a wheel chair, have French Climbers Quit PARTS, July 10, <AP>— Five members of a French expedition which has beeti climbing mountains in the Himalayas have returned to Paris ) with injuries due to freezing. Mamice Herzoj;. loader of the expedition, had all his toe.s amputated. The BIGGEST SALES PROMOTION EVER! co-operated in plans to send her to the polio roundntion center. Missouri Pacific Railroad and Western Union will furnish transportation Janette was stricken in 19 J9. Hot Summer Driving Calls For fi> Get It At Your Happy Motoring Store! YOUR CAR's an important part of your summer fun! For an extra good time on the road this summer, stop at your nearby ESSO DEALER and get more for your car, your comfort, and your convenienc e. s f.^ r: ) l. ~ ( ^V-*"^VA3 M, foY^forYour Money With Stepped-up Esso Extra Gasoline 1 !<». EXTRA H •»• »"!/ premium Baseline with patented Bsto Solvent Oil ttet fights harmful S""'"'^"^,;,;; helps keep engine clean, more eluc.e.rt! Sometlung MOin. for your money! Now STIPPSO UP wiffc mor« ooti-kn<xk power than ever »in^TiT,rhnsv traflicrand on those long, steep runs. »Than A "Grease Job"! :ll 'on spots. i!ir you H-ant oil •ire pressure chccl, ' when- Watcr, or lied. Hfkixil »«• Wfilttn «ll«0»n(iH>ii Mlisr,rTyjT« n,^',^,.:,,^ Motor OJ PLIAM DHIVtCAnnUHYlThe life y"» »"« may bo your ownl BEST Rood Mops Anywlier* —Bsso Touring Service. noa<t News! FREE! Clean rest room a Rl modern Esso Dealer stations, too! USO STANDARD Oil COMPANY Ifou get something |_ at you Happy Motoring Store! JULY 27-28-29 Blytheville BARGAIN DAYS All roads lead to Blytheville during these three big days - - - as all Blytheville Merchants join together in presenting an unprecedented City Wide Bargain Event! SEE YOUR NEARBY ESSO DEALER - ••— —• eager to serre your motoring needs PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Fifth & Walnut Phone 4453 WILSOH'S AUTO SERVICE Ash & 2nd. Phone 2611 ASHLEY'S Esso Station Main & Division I'hone !>f>1 FLOWERS Esso Station I'll Kas( Main Phone 057 JOHNSON'S Esso Station Ark-Mo Slate Line Phone 92'J July 26 Issue Of the Courier Hews For These Tremendous Values

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