The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 6, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 6, 1947
Page 9
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THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1947 Auto Safely Gels More Affent ion Utility Factor, Too, Emphasized in Planning by Manufacturers BUFFALO. K. Y. (UP)-Safclv and utilily rather than twitter and rakish lines will govern rtoslgn ol 111 tu re iintoino'oilfs, according to Preston Tiifkcr, designer of the new rear-ciijjliic Tucker "Torpedo." Tucker, who plinis to begin pro- Auction of his new cur shortly in ^lic sm.OCO.CCO former Chicago Bodge plant, told a group of Buffalo automotive engineers that .1 "wholly functional design" for nn autonuftile has yet to be presentee! to the pub'.ic. "Tiic car of today is a direct. (Jcvccndnnl of the carriage of JIOI-EC and busjuy days." lie said "The firsi. :iuto was merely a buggy with a motor added and n horse subtracted. Since ihen. auto design has just K roivn like Toiisy, with developments added here aiut there as they were tested ami found practical." With belter roads and increasing top jp.-ed, safety should become the most important factor in new design. Tucker said. "Safely is move than steel turret lops and four-wheel brakes," !ie continued. "Quick, positive acceleration .often is just as important ns brakes and steel bodies. In heavy highway traffic, a sudden burst of speed may prevent an accident," Safely Sacrificed The designer stressed that one mistake which has developed over the past, decade i.s "sacrifice m' vision for ,;yfiearance." The public has ben oversold on a high, hollow hood! that many drivers can scarcely see over, he said. "Adequate illumination is important to fun vision," Tucker added. "Fast driving on curved loads shows the need for Headlights that turn with the wheels EO there will be no blind spot? on sharp turns." Tucker described Ills new Torpedo as approximately 1.0,",0 pounds tighter than conventional aiilomo- bilcs of comparable size, "Alth a 150 h.p. opposed airplane-type rr.- Kine. Wheels will bo individually suspender!, and brakes will be hydraulic disk type, he said. •More than 800 'parts used' in conventional automobiles hare b?:-n eliminated from the Tucker car including flic differential, drive shaft housing, clutch anrt transmission. Tucker said pilot models of his new car were approaching completion and soon would be ready fcr load- tests. He hopes to turn out i,coo cars a day • when mass production is under way at his Chicago plant. Stork Almost Visits Old Folks' Home CHICAGO (UP)—The stork almost stopped at an old people's home here. Ncls Pierson and his wife raced into the Home lor tAgcd Jews. "(Jet. my wife to her room," Pierson ordered. - Old folks, seated in the lotbv, began to buzz A clerk explained CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We 15 uy and Sell GOOD USED CARS Hill Chanililin — Chnmblin Railroad & Ash Sts. I'honc 2195 Meet 'Goldie' m-.YTlIEVll.M.; (ARK.) COUIUEH NEWS Arnall Urges Federal Aid For Education ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. M ar tf, — <UI>) — I'Xmnpr Gov. mil., Aniull of Georgia today mlvorulfd ihi« use <>f fwlcrnl niil "If cdiiciillcn Is ;„ bi- iivnitnblc to nil ilic nc-o]>!<! <>[ iiic nation." ••Federal aid dot's not m<>un f«l- cral control." he explained io t|u> al?' 1 (he sailor asked. They lolcf him ih»t the linspnu! ns ;i block away. By that Urno I NIC li-xl had dlsapiH'ured. Sotncoiu. offorcri Ihe expoctiml mother a wheel chair. Her husband wheeled lie. to the huypitRl. Th e sloik walled Ai.soel:ilfon of seliool Administrators. "Thi' money euiild bi' iiilmln- IM.'ii'd HI slu to. loi-ul mid school (Its.rUil levels whh'li are closer to I lie problem mul know nil die nards bettor." j., Amall also .si is; nested wdcqlitnlc •ialail t-sfor teaehcrs. U'l'.iii'e and •icmu; form or rotliTiuciM pay to give llit'Hi 11 I't'elinu o; tjccitHiy. Ainiili poiuuMi nut [hut during IKS lour years as Koviriior of Ooor- Kin Ihe Male advanml from 47lh t:t fourlli pliu'o in the 'nmouiiL of coney expended per miiila for c<lu- Ar( riv Uuoll* Jl) Italy, (lurlll;; (lie lO'dl CCI1- miy. the front ecljirs of books were "•.ilnled In i-iifh manner that '.the eoni))U-te design showed only when a i •omjilele set was pro|)ei'Iy arranged on a bookshelf. Courier News Want. Ads. PAGE NINE , Soinoihing new in bathing suits is "Goldie," worn by J;mis Paige in her forthcoming lilm. Wallflower. "Goldie" is made of fiolti metallic (ace, so lilmy (hat when dropped on the door, it lands with about l/1000th of the. noise or a pin falling on a six- inch-thick rug. that young women aren't allowed. "Isn't this the Woodlawn Hospi- The New A Complete Itoat Line Sec. J S*\ R" f j" . %*r, L. 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