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January 30, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Makers Of Coffee, Tea And Soft Drinks Come Up With Appealing Ideas For More , Cheer In Life-And More Sales As Well 1 lly SAM DAU'SON New ·York-f./I'J-Coffcu, lea and .soft drink men arc always busy Ihinhint; uu ways lo Itrinp, more moments of dicer into ynnr life-and mure sales for their iiir.lu.s- "trics. The Piiu-Amcricaj] Col'fi'c Bureau, Inc./with fin cyu on tlic nation's alarm at. Ihc growing t r a f - fic accident toll, is busy spvrariimi ing the dqctrinc, "drink tea and see." It also holds to the somewhat forlorn hope t h a t one day American businessmen will copy the Britons and Utke an afternonn break for lea. , And the soft drink men, ;.s well as those .peddling tea and coffee, the putting n.-- many vending ma- j chines into business places as they i can. The coffee brc;ik is distinct from · T*uro ornnKo flavor that c h i l d r e n liltf. Accuracy (hat Mnth- era p r e f e r . Tablet» arc ', a d u l t riosu. Buy it today. ;,Pc. RELIEF AT LAST for Your COUGH Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough, chest told, or acute bronchitis is not Ircalcd and you cannot a fiord to lake a chance with any medicine less potent than Crcomulsion which goes right to the scat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to boo'lie and heal raw, tender, inflamed, bronchia! membranes. Crcomulsion b l e n d s bccchwood creosote by special process with other time tested medicines for coughs. It contains no narcotics. No matter how many medicines yon have tiled, Crcomulsion is guaranteed to please you or druggist r e f u n d s money. Crcomulsinn has stood the te!l of many millions of users. (Adv.) j the coffee sncalc, which has long ; I been popular. The sneak is the : more, or less wjnkcd-al custom of running over to the soda f o u n t a i n across the street. The bicak is the form til lime-out at tlic 'desk w i t h i n I'ur-shut »[ the phone. M a n y Take "Sneak" When the M u t u a l life Insurance Company counted, noses of its New Yorl; City employes leaving j the office for a daily cup of coffee or tea, or a ffluiS of coke juice, it found that about 800 of its 2,000 office workers took a coffee sneak each day. At 15 minutes each this added I UM to ] 2,000 working minutes daily, or a labor cost of" $i:JO.OOO i u year, the company .says. Mow it .wheels eight carts into the offices j and serves ihe "second b r e a k - J ! fast" of hot d r i n k and pastry at : ] the workers' desks. " ' i Even higher prices haven't j quenched Die office or factory | workers' taste for a nun-intoxicating picker-upper, according to men in the business. The Rational Coffee Association j says that last year more than 2% billion pounds of coffee were imported i n t o this country. This was about 200 m i l l i o n pounds more than the year before. The Tea Bureau reports tea im- j ports of more than 84 million ] pounds, because* there was a scare buying in 1950 when the West | feared the Reds would cut off the j tea-growing areas. But the bureau j j says retail sales are currently on i the upgrade. : Survey Reported i The Pan-American Coffee Uu- reau announces a coffee-break | s u r v c v of 1.1GO companies, of all 'si/.Lv:,"in 43 slates. The bureau K.-IVS about 80 per cent of the y r China, Russia Drifting Apart State Department Stresses Unrest In Soviet Areas FAMILY RESEMBLANCE on t n : n n n u sa - or.nl "11)51 proved In ho an 1111- hiiiipv year hcliind the Iroir Curtain." "Month a f l n r month, nnd in e n n n l r y a f t r r eountry, the slory has been the same." the summary · John 1. Allison to assistant secretary · Henry A. Ilyruailu to assistant secrctsiry firms it sampled started regular Here's Good News! Heinle's Steak House Will Re-Open Wednesday, Jan, 30 Thanks, Folks, the wife and I had a wonderful vacation and now we are back ready to serve our many friends and customers . . . Come in, won't you? Heinle's Steak House Hy. 71 South of Springdole IHE FOU* DIPLOMATS shown above are named In State department promotions., Bruce, ambassador to France, succeeds James E. \Vebb as undersecretary. Allison Is a career foreign service diplomat. Byroade is from Indiana, and Sergeant, husband of Myrna Loy, is from Rhode Island. I International ' production, combining lo build new b u l w a r k s ncainsl Soviet ;tn- Urcs.sion and promote the cause of DC.U'C." ! time-out 10 years, thc=e started ;cssions during the I a s l : k ' | 4. A ~T"L. * T" More 'than a t h i r d of j INOT A I H i n g I 0 the formal breaks Wear--Honest * ?* '*** '**«·· _J5i). T J^' Whatever color, whatever pattern, whatever size you're looking for, we've got a number that's sure to please you. These Capps Fuli*Measure Suits ate tailored with many wonderful details found usually in more expensive clothing, and of luxurious fabrics loomed by the finest mills in the United States and England. Come in today, see them. FLANNEL'S JUST THE THING FOR SPRING! Single-breasted 2-button. Grey, navy or tan with three patched pockets JJ{ No skimping at the hidden skimp points. (Eappsiote ; FOR YOUNG MEN '. , $55 to $70 The Spot to Shop Exclusively A Man' a Store since the end of World War J I . The bureau claims fine results -for Ihe companies as well as f o r ! L os Angelus-l/H-Whcn a woman i I the coftcc-uroducing linns the i snyKi "j haven't a t h i n g to wear," j bureau represents. The -survey she's u s u a l l y stretching the t r u t h 1 shows these findings, as reported | a bit. · But Model J u n e lUrlght . by the companies responding to j wasn't kidding when she told that . its queries: j 1° police yesterday. ! Productivity increased in 62 per ! Mto Bright, 25, wife of Disc ; cent of the firms cslablishing ; , | .l"ckey Gene Norman shnwcct up | formal time-out for refreshment, t ,, a . -, ^ . I 0 n J n ·' "' lc · ,'! .. i Morale, improvement was reported ] ^jL!.',!. )l1 im sl " l n c f c l IS I: by 78 per cent of the companies. I si]c was movi U) fl ncw h ( j m c | i h m p l o y c faiipuc is down, accord- t nm | woro n n l y t h e ] ) a l h hig s u i i ' . i n g lo 82 per cent of the report-t xv h 11 o packing in 7»i-dcgrce ! ing companies. The accident rate j weather. She put her entire ward- ; j is down, _say 32 per cent of the i roh'\ worth 54,01)1), in her car. ; firm.-:. Twenty-one per cent note : Then she donned a coat, drove ' d r o p s In labor turnover; 15 p e r 1 with friends lo a cafe and went ; cent s ee a reduction in waste and i» l« *t- When .she came out the ) 12 per cent a lowered absentee wardrobe was gone. { rate. Provided In Contracts Union contracts calling for refreshment breaks are reported by 22 per cent of the f i r m s w h i l e 78 per cent say they adopted the breaks as strictly management policy. Most of the companies make the refrcShjncnls a v a i l a b l e through the company cafeteria, portable f i r stationary canteens, or vending machines. But 32, per cent report their employes bring the refreshments from home or elsewhere outside the plant, The burca,u j u b i l a n t l y reports comments from managements who have adopted the break. "A real morale factor and probably directly makes for increased production," says an automotive equipment manufacturer. "Production definitely goes up immediately after a break," says a glass products maker. Anybody tired? Want to join us in a cup? T h e - A m e r i c a n system of. coins was devised by Thomas Jefferson over 100 years ago. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Faytttevill*. Arkama*. W«drm4^ ( Mnwfy *, IfM Refund Not So -^ I Easy To Get ! From State i I.illle riock-(/I')-fl may be a j Ion; lime before Dixie Downs, Inc., fids .1 r e f u n d of Ihc $1,000 il posted -in applying for a fran- rhirc lo operate a horse race tract ,il Wc'l Mpniphi.-, Ai-k. . O f i i c l a l s of the corporation ask- i rd s:ntc Revenue Commissioner i r . i r l I';ir:-.cr yesterday to return, ilic mono)-. Parker Is ex-offlcio se;-n-t:iry of the Arkansas Racing rnmmlffrlon, which revoked a pre- viniisly-crantcri pfrmlt to Dixie , Du.vnj. · ' i .Stale Cmnntrollcr L«roy Bea»l?y i nlil Ihr 51.000 hat! been credited ; In the central revenue fund and n m l d not he refunded. ' iir.isley said the corporation I inuld have to f i l e a claim with 1 ih" slate Clainis Commission. If; rlhi: '.·onimis.'ion finda the claim i* ; j u s t i f i e d it will ask the Arkansas i legislature to appropriate t h e . r e : fund. Tim legislature doesn't meet j u n t i l J a n u a r y , 1953. National Book Awards Presented To Three Nrw Ynrk-M*)-Tnc nation's book · industry linn presented IU annual National Book Awards to James ; Jones, Rachel L. Carson and Marl- f iniiu 1 jMuore. Jones, 31, won the fic-limi :iward for the first novel. "Kniin Here to Eternity." Mlsit Ciir.inii received the non-fiction awaril for her "The Sea Around _ '. Us." Mi?s Moore'* "Collected : 1'nems" earned her the poetry i n w a r d . | Choose your jeweler before · rliinislne jewelry--Heche's ,10-fit GEN. DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER'S ntwcat Grandchild, Susan Kicen KUpn- hower, born Dec. 31,'in hrld by tier mother, wife of MoJ. John Kincn- bower, at Fort Knox, Ky. Look at Husuii and then at the plctuie on tho ' w a l l and you can HOC the family rcsemlilance. Ullltr KlfliMlhowcr clili- ·iren are Uwlgbt David II and liarbaru Ann. A/iformjiltinay Tr-xiis. havp twutjhl the Mrs. Agnes c: ' )lt! pmpcMy and arc moving i n t o »· Oklahoma Police Claim Girl On Check Charge Bcnlnm-illc - (Special) - No charges w i l l be filed in flcnton j County against five Kansas young I people apprehended here Monday j night after they allegedly nl- | templed In pan:; a worthless check i at OravcUo and Uiw.issc, Deputy Earl Hire said last night. Officers rnulfl not locate the check. One tof tbc five, Mrs. Gloria Lyerla, HO, of Columbus, Kan., waived e.\ tradition proceedings and was removed to Miami, Okla., yesterday 'where she was wanted on a charge of parsing forged and worthless checks. · Her hupbfuul arrived f r o in Columbus yesterday In claim his automobile t h n t the five wore using when they were apprrhendrd. One of the men, William Glen Dcnney, 23, is under bond from a i court at Columbus on a similar charge. A teen-age member of the I group was released last night. Industrial Production Increased By Soviets Moscow-f/lVThe Soviet Union aiiimunccd today t h a t its lUM industrial production was lii pel- cent higher t h a n in 18.10, and I ho j general income of workers and ; peasants increased by 10 pty cent · d u r i n g the year. ' Industrial production as n whole : exceeded the 10M stale plan by . 3'Xs per cent, the Rovcrmnent said, · although three branclu-s fell short j of their go;ils--timber, w i t h fM per cent of its q u o t a ; cntt in growing, 1' { J.7 per cent, nnd railways, !)!!.! per cent. j The communique y;ilj I ho So- . vicls incrcajiOrl prnclurlion of sueh i basic mate-rials as steel, coal, oil, | and rubber, and also of vital machinery and finished poods. West fork ' i v P.T.A. met Thursday night at I 7:30 In the Home Economics Cuti lagu. Mips Kcginn I'fne, coord 1- j nator, led a panel discussion on I developing healthy pcrMinalllic^. ! Those tatting part on the pane! i wcrr 13otty Jean .Jones, Fred 1 Ilolrk-n, Mrs. John Jacobs, J i m ! | Williams. Joy Leo Knglish, n n d ! Preston Askew. A group of girls ! from the K u t u r r Teachers Afuoui.'i- ; lion sang a number of songs, directed by Mrs. Askow. Cake and coffee was served to 60 parents , and teachers. I Bert Clark nf T r x a r k n n a is vis- · i t i n g his mother, Mrs. Elian C l a r k , a m i his sister and brother-in-law. Mrs. Lillian Wor.ds intended » slate conference for high school and college counselors at Southern Noil and Smirlly Styltd Haircuts and Good Clean Shavei HAIRCUTS ONl y 50c WHITE'S BARBER SHOP 405 W. D1CKSON 0 1 0 S U N N Y MAND C O M P A N Y . l O U I S V I l t E . K I N I U C K Y S t a t e College, M a g n o l i a , A r k . Miss Irmalec Garncll and Miss Hetty Rose Garnclt of W i c h i t a , Kan., visited t h e i r parents, Mr. j " a n d Mrs. T. E. Garnett, this week- i Tho Maxon mul Dixun Une \vns end. i surveyed by two Englishmen, Mrs. M f i m m l e W a l k e r left yo;- \ Charles Mason and Jeremiah turdfi.v for Nnshvlllo, Ark., wiiirro j Oixon, she will visit her son-in-law ;nul i ~-" ·"-------'-- --'TM-,-- ;--:~_-r-^:rr- daughter, Mr. and Mr.-*. Joan A r - | ringUm. ' [ Mrs. Lillian Woods, s t u d c n t · counselor, has hern infnnnod t h a t j U.S. Hep. J. W. Trimble has mum. i Dan H u l l us f i r s t alternate for ihr r West Point M i l i t a r y Academy. Dan j is tho son (»f Mr. and Mrs. I r w i i i j J. Hall. He will graduate in M a y . : The Student Council sponsored ·. a general assembly Wednesday to j raise f u n d s for the March of ( Dimes. The council, w i t h the- a i ' l ; of the faculty, pretrntrd varied i s k i t s and stunts. Rach .studenl was; given the ojmrlunlly lo give n : dime for admittance to the uro- pnim. The fund drive is fUill under way. LI. Jack Carter of Tinker Fii-UI. Olfhi., visited his jjarent?, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Carter. HP brought with him us guests, Miss Judy Spradling, M a r t h a Golden and Hay Knapp. A u n t Luddu Glovor, who ha:; ! been 111 for several weeks, is im- · proving. .She is in the home of! Mr. and Mrs. George Latham. j Mrs. Raymond IDcaton honni crl | her diuighter, A n i t a Joyce, w i t h a ! parly on hur eighth birthday. Those present wfre Misses Iiiina Mac Robinson, Sally Ann Lniltcr, Beverly a n fl Cozetta Moort-, Georgia Ann Krce/.c. Kflte Smith, Vi'ihna Jean WaU'rficld, a n d i Evelyn Francisco'. Cake and j e l l o were .served. j Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vine ripen I ! Ihc weekend in M i a m i , Old a., v i s - 1 f l i n g Mrs. Vinos' brothers a n d ! sister. ] Mrs. Snnw Wehhor j.s confined · to her home w i t h f l u . Mr. anil Mrs/ Webster have cold i tht'ir cliicken .raiK'h a n d bought a j rooming house, in Faycllrvitlc. Mr. and Mrs. F. A BETTER PIUMBIH6 FOR BERER HOMES CindD Plumbing Co. Frt« Eitimotft 211 W Hrantil* UN Pains, distress of "those days" stopped or amazingly relieved in 3 out of 4 caies in doctors 1 tests I · Hcro'n wonderful news for womiMi nnd itlrLs who -- c«r/t month -- suffer tho tortures of "had days" nf f u n c t i o n a l l y - ciuiscd menstrual cramps and pain -- heiidflchr.i, i)iicKttchcs, and those "no-good," drnKBCd- cniL leclhit^. it's news nbout n medicine famou.s lor rciievtny «ueh « u f - fcrini:! Jlcre Is the cxcltliiR news. Lyrliti K, Pinkham's Vepclable Compound --gnvc complete or striking relief uf such dUlrcfia In nn nvera^c of 3 out of 4 Of the rnses In doctors' tests! Vcj-I I.vdln Plnkhi'ni'fi tin5 brcn nnivrd In he .icifntl/lcallifnindfrn II hat a "i:atmlnt" «nA toot Mr) t effect un itte uterut... Quieting Hif i-nrumriiutti (»*« the ebtrt) tltat »u '/tf.n mtue mcnjiruoi puin, crnmpt. otlirr A\strttl. This n?ws v;lll not Miritrlr-p tliff thoit-snn^s o( women and drift who t n k c Lydla Plnkhiun'.MC«ulatlyand know the relirf it cnn brlnu. And it nhoiMd cncoiiraijp t/oi/ 'IT v'.t'j'rr. not. I n k i n g Lydtn Plnkhnin'f to f,rc if your experience. dorMi't ------ i maU-h thrlrn . . . to w;c Jf jjun. loa. Bohann.'Ui i ditn't avoid ihr lH!rvnu^nR^fi nnd and laughter nf Plain View, lcn:uon. weuknm, IrrUiibl.Hy--unrt pit In --so often associated with ' "those day*; 1 ! Remember L-ydU Pinkhim'i. to/) -- U you're s u f f e r i n g the "hot \ flashns" and other functionally- : cati.icd distress of "chanfe of lif?." Get Lydlfl Plnlcliam's Compound or ni'.ir.. Improved. Tiblfti with ; udcicd Iron (trial size only 59«ii t Stun taklny Li/dta rink ham't today t How 4o welfare make ibis Guarantee? your irankcmn with nitw, Impravtd PNIIMpt *· !i»avy Duty Prenlum Motor Oil. Try It for t»n diyi--«r up to 1,000 m!l«i. If It dotin't tatltfy you «n mvtry ttunt go to any Phillip* 66 Dealer and ht'll nrrangt f«r · rtflll utlng any available oil you want at our txptntt. Tlic rcj\m: r.c i!,trc nuikr t h i « K u a r f t n t r e is simple. We are sure thtj new anil impnueil Hnllips 66 llciiy Only Premium will pleist )tVL ll'i i )ir«l motor oil. Ir di\cs yon i new hi(|h in Lubri-teclion; WIAR PtWINTIONt Yet! It keeps common « n d f r i c t i o n f r o m t u r m i n f t your e n g i n e -- j t i u r H i piston ririj{.t nd t ) U n d e r walh. IIMINO PIOTICllONt Veil Acidi arc; ncntralitcd--protecting hearing Mirfjua from pining. CUANINt AlltlTTt Yes! And · clean engintf mcins mort power, and 1m ftitolinc consumption. IOW Oil CONIUMrTIOpf Vctt It r*iitti (ieiompoiition--keepi oil c o n t r o l f i n i s free. S 0 -- f e w e r Gef New/ Improved nuke-up quarts arc needed oviif · thousands of HIMCI of op«rill6n. U's because of importlnt feature! like these thai I'hillipi 66 Heavy Duty Premium Motor Oil aur* passes manufacturers' specifications for all makes of cars. It'a ' truly a "Heavy Duty" motor oil-. will do in outtiiodjnf iob ii trucks as veil is pasHottr tan. Try Phillip. 66 H«vy Dut r Pt»- mium Motor Oil to4Af. Ve f««f ·nln saliifaclionl

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