The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 28, 1956 · Page 5
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-TUB8DAY, FEBRUARY M, 19W BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FTVB Business Begins Leveling Off At Very High Peak By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) — Signs of a leveling off in business appear today from several sources. —^ -* But that's all it is—a leveling off at a very high peak. The same sources could put it, just a* accurately, another way: business is good—It just Isn't getting much better at the moment. u> * » m -mammalM ^ Today's signs are mostly in the * 'CMs^XSKE't. H field of new orders. A number of ' ~ " *^- ^™* companies report that production remains at a peak but new orders aren't pouring in at the same rate GRAND OPENINGS—A pfle- ,ated woodpecker, a disappearing species, aims its needle- sharp bill at a riddled pine tree in Pittsfield, Mass. The rare bird is looking for grubs and worms, and judging from the number and size of the holes that tree must be full of his favorite food. The bird has been around the area for months, riddling two trees full of holes. Most of the fish of the Him alayas have suckers to hold onto rocks in the mountain torrents, according to Hie Encyclopedia Btitannica. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times TUBS., WED. & THURS. G. {.TRAITOR TELLS ALL' ciwl | T *.l» HTM TO • Omaid h IK13 Sttl», Plus 2 Cartoons few months back. Better Supply The Business Survey Committee of the National Assn. of Purchasing Agents says its February report "confirms the slight leveling off in industrial and business orders that was reported in January by purchasing executives." Most materials should come into a better supply and demand balance in the next six months. New orders for machine tools have slipped from their yearend peak, the National Machine Too Builders Assn. reports in Cleve land. But in spite of a drop in new orders in January the back log of orders in the industry re mains high. Industry spokesmen doubt If orders will pick up much for awhile but they have enough to keep them busy for months. Above last Year Retail trade has been leveling off. Department store sales stay above the year-ago mark. But tha if offset by the drop in retail auto sales and to some extent in home furnishings as home building ta pers off. The National Automobile Deal ers Assn. takes a dimmer view than do the auto makers in ' De troit. The association says a check of its members show many operat ing at a loss in January and Feb ruary. Seasonal factors get part o the blame, but association spokes men fear the industry oversol last year and will have to wai for the demand to catch, up. Auto makers are more optimis tic. They expect new car sales this month to top January, although to fall short of last year's record Justice Leans Over Backward BALTIMORE (/P)— Justice literal Ty leaned over backward in circuit court. First the jury foreman leaned back and fell out of his chair. After the Judge asked if the case was "really overwhelming" a mem ber of the prosecution staff lean ed too far aft and fell over, too. Judge E. Dorsey Watkins joined in the laughter—then got up t check his own chair. Assured his seat on the bench was a sound one the judge proceed ed with the case at hand. Texans to Get Texas Food DALLAS m — Five h u n d r e ( pounds of chili, tamales, beans and tortillas are on their way to Kara chi, Pagistan, to help a colony o transplanted Texans celebrate Tex as independence day, March 2. William H. Brooks, former Texan now foreign investment and trade advisor to the International Coop erative Administration in Karach: said he needed the huge quantitie of ingredients for the chili supper because "over here I find almost everyone is either a native Texan, married to a Texan, or aspiring to be a Texan." D» THE PROBATE COURT OF CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTS, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OF No. — H M. Wallace, deceased just known address of decedent: 328 West Rose Street, Slytheville, Arkansas. Date of death: 5th day of January, 1956. The undersigned was appointed dmlnistratrix pf the estate of the bove-narned decedent on the 16th ay of January, 1956. All persons having claims gainst the estate must exhibit hem, duly verified, .to the under- igned within six months from the ate of the first publication of this lotice or they shall be forever jarred .and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published ' 21st ay of January, 1956. STELLA IRMA WALLACE 2328 W. Rose Street, Blytheville, Arkansas. Ed B. Cook, Attorney for Administratrix. 2/21-28 CO-EDITORS — Joan Jones (left), daughter of Mr and Mrs. A. L. Jones, and Sallye Wilmoth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wilmoth, are co- editors of The Tiger, annual of Missco High School at West Eldge. Jack Webb Withdraws from'Emmy' Race HOLLYWOOD (/P) — Jack Webb, the Sgt. Friday of television's Dragnet, has snubbed his nomination for a fourth TV Academy "Emmy" and leveled a blast at "gross injustices" in the academy's awards structure. , Webb, the producer-director-star of the weekly police drama, said he had notified the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences he was withdrawing from his nomination for an award as best director of a TV film series. Awards, counterpart of movie Oscars, will be presented March 17 on the basis of balloting, meantime, by the academy's 2,000 members. "Fouled Up" Webb said "the categories are Flynn Settles Artists' Suit • LOS ANGELES (/P)—The much- sued Errol Flynn has been spared another trip to court to explain his alleged failure to pay $13,550 due on a judgment held agains him by an artiste' agency. Flynn was cited to appear for questioning about his ability to meet the balance of the judgment but the agency, MCA, informed the court that Flynn had settled for an amount which was not disclosed. EARLY TAXATION One of the first real estate taxes was the 'fumage, or tax of smoke, levied on all hearths in Anglo-Saxon times, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. fouled up" and he withdrew "to alleviate the confusion." An academy executive said category committees on the East and West coasts had "agreed on what the categories should be." Webb said he would 'withdraw Dragnet from its nomination too If he had the authority. But the show belongs . to Sherry TV, a Music Corp .of America subsidiary, he said, and he does not control it. The actor recalled that Dragnet's three previous awards were, first, as "best mystery, action or adventure" series, then as "best mystery, adventure or intrigue" and last year as "best mystery or intrigue." Mystery Dropped "Now it is in a category dubiously called 'best action or adventure series'; the 'mystery' has been dropped," he added. "In this category they've put the meet conglomerate group of shows it's ever been my displeasure to .read about. "In it are Alfred Hitchcock Presents, which could be a mystery; Lineup, which is 'definitely a mystery show or documentary; and Dragnet. "But you tell me what Disneyland and Gunsmoke are doing in this category. "Gunsmoke is a pure Western and a good one, but there's no Western category, and it's been a big year for Westerns, includinr Wyatt Earp. "Wouldn't common sense dictate that Disneyland is a children's anthology program? I'm sure Walt Disney would say it's a children's show." The academy's executive secre- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hindman HIS RECORD Only major, league baseball pitcher to win nine games in one year from one club was Edward M. Eeulbach, Chicago, who defeated Brooklyn nine times in the National League during 1908. Stive Yourself When The Weather Is Bad SAVE-BY-MAIL..ir$ SAFE! 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