Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 7, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 7, 1952
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I f! Abmfcy, April 7, 1W3 Sao Piulo Grows Fast; U.S. Dollars Help f (This 1» cmt of a aeries by Ediclvic leaders, the manager of the V*nd*v«nter on his current trip through South America). ED In 'the small cup it is like syrup. American Chamber of Commerce Coffee launched Growth Sac Piulo, Brazil -- \Vhy is this Many explanations b« (attest growing large city In Brazil's imports. In 1867 the Brit- Why does it already Flrit of all the Paulistac nre a other municipilit ·bte water? I have asked these questions of in the early history ot Brazil they Pnulo. it is counter-balanced, one train sliding downhill to help the money by selling Indians as slaves. The climate is ideal. The elevation is approximately 3,000 feet, United States, Asa Billings, born PLAN TO BUILD In Omaha and educated at Harvard, persuaded the ·M Our MiJtrUL CM Our Print. Trr Our ,itr»lc«, pany, owned by Canadians, to let dam. This captured the flow of several rivers DYKE LUMIIR CO Ml It Chultt away into the sea. black coffee, with so much sugar SMOKY" ind THE WHIPHAND D A R K NOW! RED-HOT MUSICAL! STARTS TUESDAY Novojo bravM, dtnxmdlng "a lit* for a lift!" Valiant hcroM In Blut, who'd rathtr dit than lurrcndtrl A FLAMING GIRL WHO LIVED FOR EXCITEMENT! BRIAN DOEEVY-YOUNG VIRGINIA ANDY GREY-DEVINE ROBERT BUTTON GILKYSON MASON-GARDNER TIP · ·W^^Br ^flr "Cnr H l%t WM GMw." H«|im: ·VOWIU1 ««MM." -HLW MHUM,- ··!« UK m w «ooo." -mitvoiirs CMH ·Cinw IK" Mi "HIIIH OKI TOOT MS" SHORT SUBJECTS turblnn, pumpi and runnels · is the enormous volume of water is fulded down the mountainside to generate hydro-electric power. This gigantic enterprise ^ made possible the rapid growth *of industry here. U. S. Italian Help And finally there is an explanation for sensational modern expansion which has not received any publicity so far as I have been able to see. U. S. dollars are hack of the recent amazing growth. North American business firms and manufacturers found importing conditions for their finished products prohibitive. Here was a potentially vast market waiting. So they began organizing subsidiary companies under Brazilian law. Factories began to be erected. Along came Ford, General Motors and countless other large enterprises. These companies b r o u g h t clerks, stenographers, managers to run their plants. Native Paulistas began to note that refrigerators and radios were not limited to the very rich; they were surprised to sec them in the homes of workers. Up to the time of the U. S. i n f l u x only the upper crust dreamed of such things. Now in a two-room home, with only one or two chairs and a bed, plus a few cooking utensils,! you will find a refrigerator and a radio--regru 1- less of how long it will require to pay for them. Expansion Fantaitie The city's expansion really Is fantastic. New buildings are going up daily. Across from my hotel saw a board wall being erected which meant a new building would he started. The sign said" 'eclificio" with the name of a large American bank. Anyone who has stood near a large cornfield on a warm June night and listened to the rumble as the stalks reach skyward and crackle can form some idea of this city's groaning as it grows with such speed. It is in such a hurry that the traffic lights on "Broadway, near Times Square" are not left green ong enough to permit a.pedestrian to cross the street in safety. And when a Brazilian gets the go- ihead signal he feels t h a t the law s on his side--he feels no responsibility for a straggler who is in lis path. You are on your own jretty much when you start across that spot. May Help Tired Land While the coffee land In the state of Sao Paulo is petering out, as the trees have been robbing the soil of minerals for many years, this situation may be remedied. Louis Bromficld has purchased a farm and will apply the knowledge he has gained in the U. S. A. by his experience in rejuvenating wornnut land. This ii food new here, for hit reputation is a farm er counts more tHin hii fame i writer. Nelson Rockefeller hat been do ing valuable .work to prornol farming. He rents tractors farmers it cost, including in structors. Irrigation projects ar being developed In district! wher drouths have hampered growth o cocoa and tobacco. I went on bus to Santos. Tha is as nice a ride as anyone ca have. Once the descent to se level Is started, it Is sharp. Tree bearing blooms from white t deep purple acacias with Hills, valleys, canyons all gav forth brilliant green coloring. You may go one way on a bu and the other way on the cog train. The weather in. Santos wa about like July in Needles, Calif, or Yuma, Ariz. were mixed wit their vivid yellow Lodge Inspects Headquarters At SHAPE Sees Eisenhower And Interviews Military Officials Paris-(/P)-Sen. Henry C a b o t Lodge, manager of the Eisenhower-for-president movement in the United States, visited his candidate's military headquarters today--on military business. Spokesmen at SHAPE :aid there were no plans for Lodge to · see General Eisenhower at his headquarters near here. They quoted the senator as saying he would visit a number of officers and discuss with them the foreign aid bill now pending in Congress and the progress of the Western European military roundup. Lodge saw Eisenhower for six hours Friday. He reported he had "briefed" the general on the progress of the campaign being waged under his direction to have Eisenhower chosen the Republican nominee for president. He said he hoped to learn as much as he could about the. Allied military effort in Europe snd the necessity for new dollar aid from the U. S. to support it. The senator plans to fly back to the U. S. tomorrow to continue the Eisenhower etmpaign. pre-convention His Easy fo Color Plan Your Home with COOK'S COLOR CABINET MOW you can have perfect color harmony In ·*^ every room in your house. You'll find the ·nswer in Cook's Color Cabinet with its 144 new, exquisite Decorator Colors and the new, exclusive Cook's Color-Plan Folder. All you do is fill the folder with swatches of the colors you choose from the Cabinet, close the folder and your color scheme comes to life. You gee the finished effect before you. start to paint! This FREE Color Plan Folder is yours to keep! ftr fAt KffffCT C01 COOK'S COOK'S SHADOrONE HAT fNAMfl--a flat, ginrc-free finish. Use it for wnlls, woodwork or metal trim. Cover most surfaces with a single coat. And it's scrubbable 1 COOK'S SHADOrONf SAW tNAMCL-- » soil-resistant finish for kitchens, bathrooms, etc. Use it for woodwork and trim wherever Shadotone Flat En»m«l is used on walls or ceilings. The colors match perfectly! Tofc» Th*M 3 Simpl* Sfcpt fo P»rf»tt Co/or Harmony 1. Sec the Shadotone Color Cabinet at y o u r Cook Paint Store or Dealer's. 1, Make your choice of 144 colora in the Cabinet, fill in your foldtr and close it. You see the finished effect. J. Paint the quick, easy wav with Shadotone Flnt or Satin tfnamtl as d e s c r i b e d on y o u r color swatches. Cook's "How To" Foldtn Makt It tiiyl Your Cook Paint dealer has FREE, eajy-to.follow directions for you. They'll help you g«t perfect effects on walls, coillnf and woodwork. C»t your copies from him now I Unarmed Jailer Says He Thwarted Escape Texarkana, Ark.-(JP)-An rnarm- cd jailer, locked in a: cell with four teen-age prisoners, forcibly subdued them and prevented a jail break yesterday. Deputy Sheriff Boyce B. Lanier told this story of the escape attempt: He accompanied a Negro trusty to a cell on the fifth floor ol the Miller County, Ark., jail to take the boys their breakfast: As the Negro left, the cell, one of the youths slammed the door and the quartet attacked Lanier. Lanier fought them off as they attempted to bind him with wire stripped from a broom handle, and finally forced them to surrender. The deputy sheriff said no one was injured. Report Of Damage To Berry Crop Said False Little Rock-W,i,Although tornado damage to White County's strawberry . crop was light, the worst damage may result from an erroneous idea'. White County Agent Randal Price said that transient pickers say they are afraid to return to the area--for fear the crop may be short. Clay R. Moore, marketing specialist for the extension service said yesterday that the tornadoes caused no real damage to the crop. He said most of the damaged marketing plants will be repaired in time for the expected harvest April '27-28. Tonire Tuesday ** 7:15-9:18 ** SM ./i* New Snodofone Color Han Cob/ntf ol Jhtit Nearby Cook Point Srorw and Deafen fAYETTEVILLE pEA RIDGE * *"'""»" C °"""' T C. R. Jonw Supply Companr ·BBS Ntws t Cartoon RUM -- Plartreund Mlntaluri Gall 71 Dtive-ln Thtotrc Processor To Construct New Decatur Plant Seymour Company Signs Contract; Work Begins Soon Decatur, Ark. -(Special)- Seymour Packing Company of Topeka, Kan., will operate a poultry processing plant in Decatur, and construction .of the new plant will begin within 15 days. The Decaur Development Com? a n y announced this weekend :hat the Seymour firm, a lerding Jrocessor of poultry and eggs since 1901, has signed a contract to operate a plant here. With the coming of the industry, .he Decatur city government is planning to construct a modern sewage disposal plant. Tom Edmiston, secretary-treasurer of. the devolpment company, stated that the new plant will con- ist. of three buildings--the processing building, feeding station, and warehouse--totalling an area of 30,000 square feet of floor space. At normal operation the plant will process r.OOO birds per hour. The Seymour company operates 8 plants in five states. Edmiston said their plant in Decatur will be heir largest poultry processing ilant. Report Van fleet And Companion Are Found Is False, Air Force Declares Seoul-W)-Neither the F i f t h Air Force nor the Eighth Army has received any information indicating that U. James A. Van Fleet, Jr., or any members of his bomber ere 1 . 1 / have been found alive. An Air Force spokesman today said word received in Portland, Ore., that Van Fleet and another crewman of a B-26 bomber had been rescued "just was true." -The bomber disappeared last Friday over North Korea. Mrs. John A. McAllister said in Portland she had been told by someone who said he represented I the Red Cross t h a t her husband and young Van Fleet iad been found and were being returned to their base. ",I wish it were true but it isn't," the Air Force spokesman said. "We're still looking for them, of course." McAllister was navigator-bomb- adier on the plane piloted by the only son of Gen.. James A. · Van Fleet, Eighth Army commander irt Korea. I I The average full-grown musk ox weighs 800 pounds, is 90 inches ong and 55 inches high. Advertise In the TIMES--It Bay*. H GALLON Vanilla Ice (ream 64c Holland Brat, tecktr Plan! HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery f. o. BWI in « WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Yeart SMITH RADIO SHOP ! about cigarette irritofion PHILIP MORRIS gives you MORE SMOKING PLEASURE than any other leading brand. Yes-IOIt'U. 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