Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 29, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 29, 1952
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j)t-- NOlhttWfST ARKANIAS -TUMI. hyrttavllt*, Tu*Ml»y, JauNwry M, 1*51 Higher Horsepower Output Offered In'New Model Cars, ; : By DAVID .1. WILKIK £ Detroit-iVJ'j-Ncu-' model automobiles already Introduced or In conllnulni: Imrented, . ( Will! new engines, Knrrl is in crenMng tlio power o u t p u t In all its IOK mwlcls Includlm! Mercury Unrnln. .The Knrd changes New Mercury To Be Displayed prosper! show ·Increase In hor.-cpow:. output. . I n , - ,, , , - , sbrne Instances the encincers hove | Include a six-cylinder overhead Achieved the higher eiiRlne pmvcr] «' vc c n e n c and a r.ew V-» dc- without r»dlr«l der-lsn -ehnnaes. In ^°P»K, ' » Horsepower rilherc entirely new rngincii have I l a s t J' cf " s ""'· been designed. | Most Chrjvler divisions Incrcns- . Kdainini! basic rtoxtai. nulcli l e d the cnclne efficiency In l a s t , year's models. However, DC Soto plans the introduction of n new V-H t h a t has been in production for several months. Indications are llic new models will he Introduced fcomc time next m o n t h o*: early in March. . Mciinv.-hilc several other larsc V-B engine;! stiil arc In prospect for 11)33 model cars. nc-deciRncd carburetors account for much of the power increase In the Cadillac, Buk-lt and Olrtsmo- hlle enalnes. Although they arc identified somewhat d i f f e r e n t l y by 'until -of the three m a n u f a c t u r e r s has lipped Us Headmaster mod fchclnc from 152 In 170 horsepower; Cadillac nl IDO has adder! 30 horses and Olds hi 160 Ir, up N hor^esower. At .the Kiiinc time compression rntlns also have been PLAN TO BUILD ··· Our MattrlnL Gel Our Price*, Trr Our Ber»lc«. DYKE LUMBER CO. Ml 81. Ch.tlM .'-' . . WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Yean SMITH RADIO SHOP The Goff-McNair Motor Company will display the 1932 Mercury starting tomorrow. Completely new body styles arc offered by Mercury fur 1952, including the custom sport coupe with ''hardtop" body illustrated here. Distinctive styling is achieved by a high prominent fender Imc, low f l a t hood contour with air- scoop-likc projection and a massive wrap-around .bumper. The car has a onc-picce curved windshield. A more powerful v-fl engine develops 125 horscpowzr. Here's Good ! News! jHeinie's Steak House Will Re-Open Wednesday, Jan. 30 rThonks, Folks, the wifi and I had a wondtrful .^vacation and now wt art back ready to serve our many friends and customers . . . Come in, won't you? Heinle's Steak House Hy. 71 South of Springdole they are'basically tlic same u n i t --two carburetors in one. They step up power o u t p u t by a more uniform distribution of the fuel mixture. In each Instance the carburetor has four barrels instead of the customary two. Two of them start functioning only when a certain speed or more than half throttle operation' is reached. '.Of course some roNncmonts have been- necessary to handle the increased power output, but they arc not-of major proportions. Cadillac lias re-routed the exhaust from ihe engine, exhausting each of its cylinder-banks separately. . , On the Cadillac the dual tall pipes terminate in jet-type apcra- turcs. a t . each end of the rear- bumper. . More Lu»« Space Something thuf hasn't been seen In passenger cars for many years Is being presented In the new r'ord and Mercury cars--a tail-end f i l l - er pipe for the cas tank. It being placed directly behind hlnccd license, plate bracket. Ford designer* say it facilitates f i l l i n g from cither side of the service station pump without drap.BinR the hose over the car finish and makes for more luggage space. As was forecast many months aco, power-assisted steering has made Its appearance on General Motors' Cadillac, Buick and Olrts- , mobile models. Trade sources hear | that at -least one more maker w i l l BUY YOUR TELEVISION at a TELEVISION SERVICE STATION We Have Ihe Latest Equipment Yot/r Television Headquarters. SMITH RADIO SHOP Must Remember to Moire Regular Savings Deposits Smart man, for savings arc something everyone should remember to set aside.. A little deposited regularly rapidly totals up to a substantial amount, a nest egg for the good tilings in life we want. Make it your job, too. Start today. F I R S T N A T I O N A L B A N K FAYETTIVILLI, ARKANSAS Rwtrv* iniur«fu» C«rp. (Uttrv* Syittm announce it as optional extra co-M equipment within the next - few weeks. Chrysler introduced the device lo passenger cars last year anil sonic KUCSSCS arc that the f i f t h make to offer it this year may be DC Snln, i ! the same type now used in the Chrysler line. At least one car maker is using an entirely new front end suspension system. It will appear in 1952 models and is said lo greatly .ease the job. nf steering without use of hydraulic help. Writer finds Subject for Camera In Chilean Resort (This is one of a scries Eel Vnndcvcntcr Is w r i t i n g about a t r i p through South America, w i l l i c t u r n in A p r i l ) . : lie By KD VANDEVENTKR Vimn del Mar (le Chile--The mime of this d e l i g h t f u l plauc, translated literally, means "the vineyard o( the sen, of Chile." It is known throughout the Americas by travelers as the ''nfvicra (if the Western Jicmisphcic." enter but can bet the price of your ticket at the gambling tables. That is, the ticket is accepted as money You dine, visit Ihe gambling tables, then go to the floor show, which is something! Many acts arc imported .from Spain. But the popular songs of the U. ,S., sung in perfect English, seem to make the biggest hits. Between the acts there is dancing u n t i l about 3:30 a. m. I put Here the well-to-do of Santiago, on a dancing act the other nisht Valparaiso and olhcr places spend the summer--that is, December January, etc. Here arc the beaches Bougainvillae climb walls J5 fee high. The weather in January is iikc our balmy days in early J u n e The nights arc pleasant tor sleep- Ill};, as the Pacific Ocean laps the shore. The Mira Mar ((look a I he seal Hotel is like a palaci built at the water's edge. Photographs Reality I was callnjr the lails of babj crawfish--delicious beyond parison--when I saw on the spacious veranda a blonde young woman so gorgeous I had lo take a picture of her. 1 went out with my color camera, said to the black-haired young man with her; La scnorlla lo mismo quc la rosa hcrmosa," and liowed to her. I was trying to say: "The young woman is like a beautiful rose." I must have said it, for the young man cave me a smile of thanks for t h e compliment to his wife, and she .rewarded me with a smile which would make anyone's heart bea 1 asked permission to lake her picture, and she posed for it. I (old them I would send the picture to them, anrt he wrote the address in La Pa?..- Bolivia. Her namc is Greta dc Eisner. They will get Ihe picture! Three b l o n d e - boys were with them. I guessed they were her brothers, and they were. In Santiago a few days later I was at a hotel when I heard: "Hola," pronounced like long 0, with II silent. ] turned and saw .the blonde boys. "Bolivia?" I asked. They said "no"--Argentina. So this' Bolivian black-haired man married an Argentine. The boys had come to Chile lo visit her. Casino Is Beautiful The casino here is a t h i n g of beauty--three floors. Von pay to BLASTS D. C. - Kvangclist nilly Oraham, neon with Ulblc in hum! on the steps of the Capitol, snys he Is "disgusted and nauseated" by the moral corruption he Ins discovered durlnfl his spiritual cnisude In Washington. The 33-ytnr-old vevlvnllsl, now preaching lo 10,000-pliu audience! there, calls 111* capllal Ihe most sinful city he h«i evar teen. which friends called "setcnta con die? y sietc"--70 with 17. The girl was as sweet as a lump of sugar and seemed to float through the air, she was so graceful and light on her feet. 1 danced several times with her lovely mother and her. That's the way life goes in Chile. ReKembtos California I have written about the never- to-be-forgotten day as guest of Mr. and"Mrs. Waldcmar Schuetz, in their adorable Vima del Mar home. Miss Carroll Taussig, New York opera star, her mother and I will be guests of the Schuetes again tomorrow nighl in their Santiago home. I am embarrassed, trying to figure how to repay such generous hospitality. Mr?. Schuclz took Miss Taussig, her mothe'r and me riding about Vima del Mar, and I understood quickly why it is called in Central Chile Ihe ''California of South America." The eucaliptas trees revived memories of happy days I spent in Northern California. The atmosphere was Californian. " Weeping willows were more b e a u t i f u l than I had ever seen. Flowers were everywhere. So much like California I s ' it that In my mind I was young again, was living once more the "SNOWSHOVELINC, ANYONE?"--So you think you had (.rouble digging YOUR car out of the snow! Weep for the plight of the Emigrant Gap, Calif., car owner whose auto is buried under this 12-foot-high snowdrift. It's not far from where the streamliner City of San Francisco was snowbound for three days. glory being a Hearst editor and was riding down El Camino Real from San Francisco to Del Monte for a weekend visit with my adorable Rita. And I had to crv. Rogers Lime Company Is Incorporated Little Rock-(/T)-Articles of incorporation on file at the secretary of state's office include: P.ogcrs Lime and Material Company of Rogers, listing authorized capital at $100,000. Incorporating: Mrs. G. F. Warner of Ottawa, Kan.. William S. and Alta E. Brantingham of Ponca City, Okla., and llo C. and Irene Kriese of Rogers. Kee. up with the tlmn--read the TIMES d.lli. Testimony On Airlines State Ended Recommendations To Be Made To Board Next Month WashinKlon-(yp)-Thc Civil AcrD- nautics Board yesterday concluded testimony on applications of four airlines fur routes in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas. CAB Examiner Herbert Bryan will submit his recommendations to the board after attorneys file brief A" February 27. More than four weeks have been devoted to the hearings, two of them in Oklahoma City last month. A five-year renewal of its certificate is sought by Central Airlines. The feeder line operates between Fort Worth-Dallas and Wichita. Kan., by way of Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas cities. It also seeks to extend routes from Texarkana to Memphis by way of Hoi Springs, Pine B l u f f , Little " Rock and other Arkansas municipalities and from Pine B l u f f to Shreveport, La. Pioneer and Trans-Texas Airlines seek the same extended routes asked by Central, Continental Airlines applied for permanent authority to serve Lav/ton, Okln. The -three have asked to iaUe over Central's flights in the event its permit is not renewed. Butler ford Mr. and Mr.-?. Jimmic Rhyan and children and Mr. Harp of Oklahoma, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rhynn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tillman and Donna Gene Tillman of DCS Moincs, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tillman and daughter, Ellen, of Prairie Grove, were supper guests of J. W. and .Toe Youngman, Friday evening and later were guests in the Claude J. Graham home. Charles Tilln\an left today for t r a i n i n g at Camp Crowder. The Hickory Creek Home Demonstration Club met Monday with Mrs. Kindle Sigmon with Mrs. EyercHc Anderson as co-hostess. "Mrs. Ella Anderson was returned to the City Hospital at Fayetteville for medical treatment. Miss Carolyn Coxwcll has been confined to her home with influenza for the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Evcrclte Anderson, Jr., and children, and Mr. and Mrt-. Sterling Kamey and chil- dreij'of Fort Smith, spent Sunday iiv t h e ' home of Mr. and Mrs. Everette Anderson, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert llamby of Sprinsdale, were Sunday visi- tors in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Claude J. Graham Youngman, and in 1 DAY ·IS - «SO - '1OO · 'MO or mor«f on own coNV(NiiNr FUNI COMMII TNIII 1MIS ...hfii'i all lint yiv My YtJSt MJ.W S«m. H.W 110,4! Get the money you need for holiday tipcnmi, ·«· cumulated bill* or repaln todty! Many budf«t-wiM plant to chooia from. N Pfctit* lint . . . Ik** cent in 101 N. MQtt STREET HMM: 3111 IICTHH» It «»NI«I tn KM« MHttUtNt P U B L I C LOAN Elcnvenpoint Protective Association met at Dalton school last night to voice their protests on the U.S. Engineers' proposal to construct the project. AttqndinK were . residents of Randolph County, Ark., and Oregon and Ripley counties in Missouri. The group heard Col. Hans W. Holmcr, chief of the , Little Rock District Engineers, outline benefits that would he derived from construction of i'.ic proposed Land Owners Challenge Necessity Of Dam " Pocahontas, Ark.-(/!')-A group of Arkansas and Missouri land owners has challenged the necessity of a government flood control i Water Valley Cam. and hydro-electric dam across t h e ! ·-· --* Elevenpoint Protective Associa-1 Keej up with the times--read About 600 members of ; the | the TIMES daily. O Z A R K LAST TIMES TUESDAY 'WESTWARD THE WOMEN" Boxoffice Blue-Ribbon Award Winner! Srorts Wednesdoy 7:00 - 3:08 · 5:15 7:20 - 1:30 \ ), \ Who! Wos II flu! Mode · Her o Womon Forever Loved Plus! Latest Eventi UARK S. I Starts Wednesday IAST TIMES TUESDAY "The SON OF DR. JEKYLL" 2Shows-7:00-9:OOPM starring TOM EWELL Julio ADAMS · Evelyn VARDEN PLUS! , Color Cartoon · Nawi · "Law of Trembling Earth" | PALACE SHOWING ·Returned by POPULAR DEMAND! TYRONE POWER JESSE JAMES kScili

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