The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 3, 1952
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THUFSDAY, 'APRIL 8, 1952 BLYTHEVTLLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREH Factories Lead Way in Modern Architecture Home Maker Can Profit from Look At New Planning By SAM UAWSON' NEW YORK ifl _ The home maker might take a gander at to day's factories for Ideas. Some architects and designers say that .industry is way out in front in planning, building nnd furnishing its quarters. Those who plan their offices commercial buildings or factorie aren't as afraid of innovation, am are more sound on the matter o lighting, nccoustics and usefulness than are their wives in plarmtn homes — that's the idea thes architects and designers are toui ingr, anyway. One reason, perhaps, is that th Industrialist is more likely tha the homemakur to take the advic of professionals on such matter. That old stumbling block —• know what I like"—is found mor around the home. The ugly factory is becoming passe — at least it isn't built much any more. Interiors are becoming National Political Convention To Be Watched Closely by TV CHICAGO WPH-Delegates to the lational political conventions here 11 July will be reminded they're icing watched by millions of tele- ision viewers, so they can be on heir best behavior. However, Kenneth Fry and Edward T. Ingle, radio-television dl- ectors for the Democratic and Republican national committees, respectively, say no efforts will be nacle to change the character of he conventions for television's sole benefit. They told newsmen efforts would je made to keep speeches short and to have the convention. 1 ; operate on schedule, but said that would he a goat even without TV, They held a panel session here yesterday with delegates to the convention of the National Association of Radio Television Broadctis- m to discuss both radio and tel- !vision coverage plans, Big MickeLscn o! the 'Columbia Broadcasting System, co-ordinating xxrted TV coverage for both con- entions. estimated the telecasts would be in range of 60 million lowers over 17 million .sets. William McAndrew of the National Bread- \ acting Co., radio pool co-ordiua- xir, pointed out that 27 million nomes without television would tune in by radio. France Okays Schuman Plan Coal-Steel Pool Gets Final Approval From Upper House PAUIS (/TV-France Rave Us final 5 •ye.s" yesterday to the Schuman based on more scientific know ledge of what the hitman eye per ceivps. Much of this is getting; bey otic ihe aver it RC man's depih. Dcau Joseph lludnut of Harvard's Graduate School of Design admits that "the ftvera§e man has little opportunity, surrounded ns he is by floo'ds of machine-made merchandise, to develop a critical laeuUy." Most men and women, says the Modern Robin Hoods Look at Good Book; $10 Goods Missing MOUTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif, i —Someone broke into Mrs. Asalcnc Rhodci's beauty -shop, she tcld police. They left her Bible open to the 24th chapter of Pro verb."), which reacte: "Lay not in vaii, oh wicked man. against the dwelling of the righteous; .spoil not his resting place." On the Bible lay a playing card, the ace of hearts, with a message; "Rfc^iise of the good book, we ji;si tcok a lock. The modern Robin Hoods." Mrs. Rhoilrt said about $10 worth of cosmetics were missing but aclti- } dean, have need of informed and j ed that the door was left oppn and 1 more efficient to work in and def-1 competent professionals to "make ' .someone initely more wlensaiH for the cm-|Hwm aware of the necessity of | them. else have taken plan for a 50-year pact pooling the coal and steol resources of six Western European nations. Key nations in the .plan are France and West Germany. The fiprman Parliament previously had ratified it. The Netherlands mid Italy have started ratification procedures. Belgium and Luxembourg are expected to do soon. I U|tp*r House Approves ] The Council of Ihe Republic, art- l vlsory upper house of the French Parliament, completed ratification \ of the plan by a 182-32 vote alter ! an all-night debate, The Nat Jon a) \ Assembly previously had approved the proposal. \ "Kestrictions K:isc" Sought i The plan calls fur wiping out quota and tariff restrictions on production and marketing of coal and ! stool in (he six 'nations. • U. S. economists and sovernment I officials have backed it as a way j of making Western European in-: dijslry more efficient and as a step toward eloper political as well as economic Integration. ploye.s. One result claimed is increased productivity, Outside Beauty Increased And the trend of late to'moving! factories to the suburbs has in- j creased their outside beauty. Landscaping, parking space, and ] recreational facilities are becom- j ins the rule rather than the excep- : tion. ! To solve housing ' problems, especially the high cost of building, \ architect George Nelson suggests inking some tips from industry, which knows how to enclose the most space at the least cost for better solutions. His idea isn't to make homes look like factories but he does think that the conventional home clists more than it need for i the service it performs, "Industry is far in advance of; the homemaker in furnishing of-' fices and commercial buildings," says Walter Dorwin Teague, industrial designer. i "Heath The Housewife" I He tnjrl members of the American Institute of Decorators at their annual meeting here that they should get together with the housewife to create "an efficient and workable machine." He thinks industry can teach them much about lighting, accountk:s and easy access to revetent things. A lighting engineer, Richard Kelly, thinks both homebuilders and industry could, learn about visual reactions to surroundings from impressionistic painters whose eyes are highly sensitive. Kelly commercial buildings have led the wi'y with new lighting techniques beauty in the commonplaces of Head Cotirrer News Classified Ads, Noitse, as well (is music, is a series of sound waves in the air. Everybody's Saving on These Hundreds Cf Other Items On Sale JOHNSON'S WAX Glo-Coat Quart Reg. 1.10 98 T.V. Pride Special 98' Beautiflor Quart Reg. 1.29 1.19 SALE ENDS MONDAY — BUY NOW AND SAVE! HUBBARD HARDWARE 213 West Main in Blythevill^ put your feet in the prettiest Town & Country Shoes You'// simply be delighted at the wonderful style and easy comfort of T & C's . . . their low, low price is easy on the budget, too! 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