The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH M, 19BJ BLri'HKVfLLE (ARK.) COURIER NETTTS Salesmen to Buzz Around Customers Door in 1952 (EDITOR'S NOTE: Thli ii the Meond of three irttcles on a •tato-br-st*l« Associated Pres* •unry of bwlneM conditions,) By The AuoeUted Press Salesmen wilt buzz around customers' doors this year in the most concerted selling effort seen in years. It will be the greatest test of lulling forces since before World War II. And the biggest customer of all the federal government—may hold tiie key to whether business will be good as many leaders expect, hese are the prospects disclosed by an Associated Press nation-wide survey on the status and outlook for the nation's business. For a variety of reasons, sales thus far In 1952 have fallen behind the admittedly swollen totals of scare-buying early 1951, Money Is Available Retailers kJiow buyers have money available, Large accumulations of savings prove that. But the big problem is to get the consumers to -spend a JiiUe /aster. Continued l-'-rH personal Incomes, which f-ul- ernl defence -exjienditurs could assure, would make the selling job Burnina Kisses Bmther 'Goodbye' DUSTIN, Okla. «>i _ Servires ••rip held at Dustin today for! ^^L-hard Dale Foreman who died! ;t'Ionday after kissing his younger brother goodbye. Foreman. 14. and his il-year-old brother Glemiell were riding on a tractor when it suddenly swerved, oyerturned, and burst into flame. Glendell was thrown clear but Richard, Ihe driver, was pinned underneath. The younger boy tried to free hi5 brother, but couldn't lift the flame- sxvept machine. He gave up, and began beating at the flames <vlth his coat in a desperate effort to put | out, the fire. Richard called to Glendell. told him to kiss him goodbye, and then said he should stand back as far as he could. He died b=fore rescuers could put out the fire. easier. The pace of defense spending military deliveries now run around two billioji dollars a month can mean the dlference In many stales between prosperity or hard times Of 519.000 workers in the metropolitan Los Angeles area, 27 per cent work in aircraft plants Their customer Is Uncle Sam. Albuquerque gets nearly two-thirds of Its money from the federal government. Government Agencies Tn Utah 23 per cent of all employed work for government agencies. most for the federal government. In Kansas, aircraft output is the largest manufacturing industry. A slow-down of Air Force spending alrcadv has caused some temporary Idleness In a Georgia jet bomber plant, and In the Dallas- Ft. Worth area. Tl» Detroit area has more than 100.000 Ml- becume tioip^e work has not taken i'p Ihe slack of auto production cutbalhs. Govcrnm-nt ord-rs are b'trtrrlne In a gap In the slumping textile h>Hnsfrv. • T'l the nation as a whole, envern- j merit. e-n-iomfcts siv. "mnloymcnf. i"M income are hlchcr than a year aso. ' Sales Disappointing But sales of ret?il stores have b«-n disappointing. Hr>n> are fame cf Ihr? reasons advanced by busi- net* mon surveyed: At piti«hi'r*h ft «•<•» fear of the pinch of a steel strike. Pome Colorado stores snid the customer Is overcautious after b=t vn»r'.! b»vinr- force. A trod sell-r therr conl»nd"d it's not so imn-h rcslsUnre to prices as Imbil'fv lo Wretch the dollar to cover higher costs. - * ~ ~ "• !-"•'£ W,,*£*.K#> "l^y-<* r ?*Tf TO AITK\R IIERE-Shown above is Blackle Ciawford and his Western Cherokecs Band which will appea'r here In a hillbilly jamboree at the Legion War Memorial Auditorium Sunday. Featuring hillbilly singer Lefty Frizzell, the program will be prewnted at 3-30 and 8 p.m. Also featured on the program will be Wayne Raney, Danny Brown and Johnny Rector. Police Search 2 Communities In Big Armored Car Robbery In New Mexfdn and manv otiier slates, heavv Inrime tny burdens eel much of t)i" blame. Price-cut- tins sal°s in Illinois were tracert to need of businessmen to get cash to m"f.l tax payments. Anticipation of "hard ?rllln»" rro^s un in rennrts from states all over the country. An Omaha Hfvnrtmrnt slore executive SRV.S. -Don't [><Ink blifineVs Is goine to he easv. You have to get out and work for It." The highest mountain peak In continental United states is Mt. Whitney with an altitude of 14.495. DANVER. Mnss. OP,--A methodical search of two communities and the 15 miles of known getaway route was undertaken today by investigators seeking Ilieir first tangible clue in the fantastic $681.000 armored car robbery by three icy- nervcii bandits. FBI agents and local police said they hope to find by nightfall nt least one person who saw the men break into the armored car and I transfer the money into a 1950 Buick sedan In bright dayight yes- ' tcrday in Danvcrs Square. The men were seen speeding from the scene and two getaway car.s. i used in relay, have been /ormd, but investigators said no one who ac-! tually saw the robbery itself has | yet come toward. An official of Ihe United States Trucking Company, which owns the armored car set the ex-act amount of loot last night, correcting an earlier estimate of $600.000. How much the bandits left behind K-as not known definitely early Uxlay but estimates ranged from $100.000 to nearly a million dollars. It was the biggest armored car robbery in U.S. history. The rcbbery was executed under a bright sun while the three gun-' carrying guards assigned to the 'Atomic War' Hits In Texas Smoke Billows Over Mock Fight FT. HOOD. Tex. 0>,_A mushrooming cloud of smoke billowing lazily upward in a blue sky signaled the use of atomic weapons In a mock war that is coldly realistic, j An hour and a half after a brigade of 82nd Airborne "aggressor" troops parachuted from giant transport planes yesterday, the atomic cloud burst over the drop zone. The Army communique.—No. 2 of Operation Long Horn, biggest air-ground maneuver in U.S. military histovj—stated brielly without detail: "The U.3. ground forces delivered ail atomic attack against the as- gressor ground forces." There were no V-S. planes in the air. Aggressor aircraft controlled the sky. Prior to the maneuver's .start. Lt. Gen. William Hoge, fourth Army commander and maneuver director, had announced atomic ''weapons" would be used in .simulated fashion during the March 2S-April <il war game. armored car sipped mid-morning coffee in a rirug store only 20 feet from where they parked the vehicle. I Patrolman Eciniund Noonan. di- • reeling traffic about 100 feet away ' started kward the bandits 1 car to reprimand the driver for double i parkins; on a busy street. As he neared the car, it sped i away. Read Courier News classified Ads. You're Invited To See: The Much Publicized And Now Famous"MILLER HIGH LIFE" EXHIBITION TRUCK Coming To Blytheville During Its Country-Wide Tour THURSDAY, MARCH 27 IN FRONT OF BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. Immigrant Brings Own House to Lethbridge LETHER1DCE, Alia, -l.fi— When Mr. and Mrs. H. Reitman and their five youngsters. Immigrants from Holland, 'arrived in Canada the first thing they did was unpack their house. Before leaving Holland. Rell- mnn lieard of Canada"s housing I shortage. He also knew it would ! be impossible to take over cnou jh j money lo buy a house because of his country's foreign exchange! controls. So he sold his house and bought a .prefabricated house. It was shipped here via the Panama Canal. Reitman figures he brought his family here, along with their furniture and their new house, for less than S3.000. For Sale! Cotton Seed Delta Pine 15 Dclinted, Treated Sacked in 100 Ih. Rarjs Non-Certified OHLENDORF FARMS Phone 33W1 — Osceoia COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner In compliance with Ihe terms of a Decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas on the 25th day of February, 1052 wherein V. IJ. Keilh was plaintiff (No. 11.923) and Henry Backstrom and Mary Sue B^ekstrom were defendants, will sell at public auction lo the highest, and best bidder for cash on a credit of three (3) monllis at ihe South door of the Court Jfou.se, between the hours prescribed by law, on the 12th day of Aprl, 1962 the following described real estate, towlt: Lot Six (6) Larry's Fourth Addition to the City of Blythevjlle, Arkansas. Said sale will be had to satisfy said Decree in the sum of Five Hundred Sixty . six and 66/100 <$5CS.06> with interest at eight per cent (8'7r> per annum from February 1, 1949 until paid together with the costs therein. The purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with approved surity to secure Ihe pay- PAGE ELEVEN . . ment of purchase money, »nd • Hen will be retained upon said property as additional security for the payment of said purchase money WITNESS my hand and seal of .mid Court this 18th d»y ol March 1952. • Harvey Morris, Commissioner in Chancery ay Anita Sykas, D. C. 3J19-28 More than 250.000 refugees hiv« found sanctuary In Britain since ths beginning of World War II. It had to be good to get where it is! Have wu jried it? THE 010 SUNNY IROOK C O M P A N Y. I O UC S V I 11 E. * t NTtfCTtf CENTERPOJSE POWER Vibration and powtr impulses are "screened out." as engine is rubber - cushioned een new higb -side mountings. LARGEST BRAKES Big 11-inch brake drums apply more leverage for more slapping power. Stops arc smoolher, safer, with less driver effort. WIDEST COLO* CHOKI , 26 rich new colon and twcH lone combinations . , , widest choice in Chevrolet'^ field. New De Luxe interior! are color~match*d. Lowest priced in its fie Id I »f Afr-ll iKon ony ct of itan<W •qwfpm.ftr en oroJtabrJfly */ ON DISPLAY INSIDE THE TRUCK arranged in shadow boxes, is a series of models in miniature, showing the new Miller Brewing Co. buildings that are being built under the present construction program, This Local Visit Sponsored By: Goldcrest Beer Dist. Co. Highway 61 South BlythevHIe Phone 6731 "Ask For Miller High Life" Your Favorite Retail Store No other low-priced car offers these fine features! Every single feature shown here is offered only by Chevrolet in its Field. And every single one means extra pleasure, extra safety, or extra economy for you. Yet again in 1952 Chevrolet is the lowest-priced /ine in its f?e/cft Come in and see for yourselfl BODY BY F1SHEK Fisher Body sen Ihe sland- ard-for styling, tar craftsmanship, for comfort and convenience! Fisher Unislccl construction is extra strong. UNITtZED KNEE-ACTION RIDE Chevrolet's famous Knee- Action ride is now even softer, smoother. New shovk absorbers give even finer r[de control. WIDEST TREAD Chevrolet measures- 585-4 inches between centers of rear \vhccls-a broader basa to give you more stability, less swayl 4-WAY ENGINE LUBRICATION Chevrolet's exclnsivn engine lubricating system supplies exactly the right kind and amount of lubricatioa to each moving part. CAST IRON AUOY PISTONS Pklons are formed [rom Ihs same material ax ihe cylinder block—expand and contract at the same rate. This reduces wear, savej oil! SAFETY PtAff GIASS All AROUND Chevrolet alone in its field gives you safely plait glasi in windshield and all windows [or a clearer, truer all- round view. PRICED SO LOW! MORI PtOPLI BUY CHEVRQUTS THAN ANY OTHER CAR! POWERGL1DE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION It's the only oil-smooth, oil- cooled automatic transmission in il5 field. Simpler-v>-\\h fewer parts. Sniflolhrr—Tio jerks or surges. (Optional on De Luxe models at extra cost.) MOST POWERFUL VAWE-1N-HEAO ENGINE The (rend is to valve-in- head! Teamed wild Power- glide is the most powerful valv«-in-heAd engine in Chevrolet's field and an outstanding performer in any ficlJI SULLIVAN-NELSON CHE 301 West Walnut E-Z-EYE GUSS Only Chevrolet in iu Held offers this superior tinted glass that cuts down gtirt and heat, makes driving mart pleasant at nil limes. (Optional at extra cost.) VROLET CO. Phone 4578

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