The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1954 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 28, 1954
Page 16
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BLYTBEYILLE (ARK.) COOTIER KEWg WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1981 Early Business Upswing Is Seen By Four Experts Economist? Optimistic liit Say 'Rally May li Temporary WASHINGTON (#)—Oovernmen •nd private economists yesterday reported there is evidence of an early business upswing.". Some said it already has begun. Four experts gave their appraisals d the situation to the asnual meeting 9 of the 0. S. Chamber of Commerce, a private organization at businessmen. AX lour were optomistic but some cautioned that the "rally," while good lor several months, may be only * temporary break in a period of .economic "slackness" lasting one to possibly five years. AM discounted the possibility of •erious depression. And all seemed to •gree that when the "interim period of adjustment ends the country can expect a bigger boom carrying into the 1960's" Lothair Teetor, assistant secretary of commerce for domestic affairs, told the 3.500 businessmen the Commerce Department believes "we •are just about ready for another advance. We expect a bigger and much better development." Dr. Courtney C. Brown, dean of Columbia University's Graduate School of Business, declared that the business "turnaround may have started a month or so ago." It may last "several months,"he said, but may give place to a "period of slack activity" lasting one or two years. Others who voiced similar views were Walter E. Hoadley Jr., economist of the Armstrong Cork Co., Lancaster, Pa., and a membed of the Federal Reserve Board, A. I* Oviller Jr. FOR GOOD WILL—Harrisot Dillard, Olympic track chamf from Cleveland, Ohio, wit make a foreign tour this fall as an unofficial good-will ambassador for the U. S. Stati Department. The trip will tak« Dillard to Europe and Asia Porch Lights Chart Arrival of Stork CLEVELAND tfl — The stork has few secrets along Newkirk avenue In surburban Parma Heights. According to a custom on the surburban street, expectant parents burn a red bulb in their porch lights. When the red bulb is replaced by a pink one the neighbors know the newcomer is a girl. A blue light means it's a boy. Twins, a boy and a girl? Two light bulbs, natch. WARNING ORDER No. 12.65T Myrtle M. Rogers is warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within 30 days next after the date hereof, to answer a complaint filed against her by S. F. Rogers. Dated this 6th day of April, 1954 REAL , GERALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE. D. C. Marcus Evrard, Atty. for Pltf. Jesse Taylor, Atty. Ad Litem. tune in! BASEBALL PLAY BY PLAY KLCN-FM with HARRY CARAY •MU9NT TO YOU §Y ANHCUSf t-BUSCH, INC Bmhreisee il««ll III* ROIERTSON DISTRIBUTING CO. •'£.' '.'"<;•• '"i;^v'-ja^v'.. £j£r' "•"•.'•.'• FOR THE PRICE OF 2 cboose 2 PALM BEACH* Suits tirear them matched • wear them mixed •you have 4 outfits MANY COLOR COMBINATIONS It's easy! It's smart! It's thrifty! By getting 2 cool Palm Beach suits in contrasting colors, you have 4 handsome outfits, simply by wearing them matched or mixed. Hie minute you put on a Palm Beach suit, you'll notice the fine- fitting difference ... the way the collar hugs your neck, {he natural way the coat drapes, the easy shoulder lines. Besides, you get press-holding smartness, luxurious smooth feel, magnificent color and pattern choice. Come in now ... see what colorful variety you add to your summer wardrobe, when you get 4 smart outfits for the price of 2 Palm Beach suits. •WOVEN TO BREATHE*-1600 tiny openings per square inch in Palm Beach cloth let cool air in, body heat out. FLATTERING FIT—Patented collar and shoulder construction give you a collar that hugs the neck- . . . and the easy, graceful lines found in costlier suits. If It's For A Man-Mead's Will Have It! CRUMFLE-Make the ^Crumple'-! Test. See how *-rinkIei actually bounce out—proof that Palm Beach •out nallf hold th^e aod grc**. **««. T. M. Good.Il.S.nford. Inc., rayon. acetatt and 5 S nylon, « M0 ,l .tyto. MEAD

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