Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 29, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 29, 1952
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f^--NOITHWtST AUKANSA* T1MH, NyetHvllk, , April Slate Of The Nation's Business Health Not Good, Most Experts Find, Although Few See Signs Of Change For The Better 'By RAM DAWSON New York-MVA number "I professional pulse-takers report today on the' health of hwinrss. Most find him showing no sigiu of recovering yot from his Sonc lull. But a few think they dctccl e quickening hrrc nnd Ihcrc, 'Gloomy is lho word the Kiilion;il ' AcEorialion of PurchnsinK ARcnts uses in assessins the general business outlnok. Its April survey, oul today, sa- 3 twice as many companies, reported production .declines as reported Rains. Forward buying Is very cautious, the association adds. Order backlogs have dropped sharply. Inventory liquidation is goinR on in some fields. .· The national Association ol Credit Men. finds payments slow. Jt blames taxes, Two-thirds of retailers' February bills · weren't pjid, as- business men saved for Murrh tax payments «nd thereby lost the discount they would have hid it they'd paid their bills during the grace period. Workers' paychecks, In i-on- jumer goods hard goods industries, were 'a little lighter by mlcl- Msrch, the' Bureau of Labor Statistics reports. A drop in the number of hours of w o r k - a week accounted for the loss. The bureau blames "continued Blackening In the output of consumer goods and building materials and « slowing down In (he expansion ·f defense-related activities." In the f u r n i t u r e industry, Scld- mim and Seidman reports the do'.vn-lrcnd In hooking*, and pro- dticilun continues. The Industry's amiimUnil f i r m says orders booked d u r i n g the first quarter were down 10 per cent from a year ,-IRO, and shipment!: were fvxn 111 pur cent. But a year a«o the industry -.'/as in t h e midst of a war- scare boom. So the . accountants say, "after allowance f o r t h i s factor, sales figures may be considered quite s.itisfnctory," Stirs Down Third The American Home Laundry Manufacturers' Association reports j liint factory- sales o f ' household \ washers were a third lower thin March than the year before. Sales nf Ironers were off by 00 per cent. Pulse-takers v.'ho think the worst a, over and feel signs n.' revival are w i t h us today loo. R a w wool business is picking up pome in the Southwest and at Boston, the U. S. Production and Marketing Administration says. Prices 'went up a little In the world's principal trade centers. A belated report nn February business by the Census Bureau shows Increased activity. Six pc:- cent more apparel wool was consumed a week than In January. Carpet wnol unc joined 10 per cent. Dealers In hides and leather also report a slight recovery Jn prices In the last week. .With several large Mine companies cutting Efforts To Head Off Oil Strike Are Continued Kl Dunidn, Ark, - I/I'; - hope lo reach a settlement before the deadline." Linn employs about 850 workers at its chemical plant, and some HOO of them are OW1U members. About 3SO of the union's members are employed by Pan-Am here. Births monl iiiu! · union representatives'Mr, and Mrs. Ruddy Bryant met mice'more !oii;iy in an e f f o r t ! TM-- and Mrs. Buddy Bryant of to haul off a strike a«ainsl two t'nycUcvillc announce t h e birth of his Kl Dorado petroleum f a c i l i t i e s | » son, April 23, at the City Hos- wirly tomorrow. i p i t a l . Tv.'o merlin;;:; yesterday bc- tvvron t h n m;in;i;:c;!icni nf I,ion Oil C'onijKtny'5 bttf chemical p l a n t , : the Pan-Am CVirpnivjlion's r c f m - j Skip Jr., top Alexander and Art Wall, former Di*e Univtriity *olf team K «P"f professional iolfers, were captains. I the TiMKB |Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Doss Mr. arul Mrs. C l i f J r r d Doss of Kayotteviile announce the birth j cry arid the CIO Oil Workers I n - j nf *. a . r n n ' A P r i l 2fi ' at the City lirriKiliomil Uninn failed to pro-..Hospital, cilice a sclllemr-nt nf ihr-ir \VHKC; dispute. Tnc strike i« FCI fur 12:01 j^- and Mrs. Franklin Reed a r- 1 to'-norrou* ^ f - ;UK ' ^ rs - -franklin Reed of "'i'ho union niot with Lion t h i s ; Faydteville announce the birth morninj,' anti with P;m-Am t h i s i o t a daughter, April 29, at t h e , afternoon. ! County Hospital. A company nffu-i;il said a f t e r j yei'.terdny*'*! meetings that no prog-'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rudolph ri?ss has been made toward a n j Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rudolph of jujroemcnt on the union's demand i F a y u t t u v i l l c announce the birth of for a 2.T-eonl-,m-hour \va^c boost;a daughter, April 29, at the County COOL-TEMP AWNINGS DOORHOODS Only COOt-TEMP Awnings S Doorhwds givi you ill thtsi failures: · Cholci of Aluminum or Redwood · Painted to Match or Contrast · Cools Interiors up to 12" · No Storage Required · Yeor-'Round fr»t«tion , · Small Monthly Payments r -- M»ll T H I I C O U P O N , Pltow »nd FREE INFORMATION on COOL-TEMP Awnin B i and Doorhoodi, Nome Addr»iiu-!_ City .Slots OZARK HOME IMPROVEMENT 1 Elm St., Box 493. Phone 3013 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS and more pay for ni^hl work. But n. \V. Lawrence..OWIU international roprcsenlativc, said "a jiltle protjrt'ss was made and we HospitRl. Keep np with tbe Umt* -- re*4 the Times daily. BIG BOOT--Jean Pierre Toury, j 5, tries on an outsize model d a i j new sportsman's boot at the nn- j j nual sports and camping show j j in I'nris. The shoe is permeable ; l to air, impermeable to water, is ' t ideal for long trips. (NEA) ' 1 MR. MOT0itt$T-;Ys your money that pays for roads prices shoe buying is expected io pick up and t a n n e r s say thoir business should Rain a f t e r t h e 1 long slump. Lumber production, shipments and orders are lower iban at this time last year. I3ut the N a t i o n a l Lumber Trade Ba- i romotCT says t h a t for the year to ' date shipments are r u n n i n y .six per rent above production, a n d orders are seven per. cent above output. And lumber men hope this means ft pickup. Farm machinery makers are j hopeful, foo. Sales should Increase ' soon, they t h i n k , and Home predict sales will top last year's record. Takes Own Life After Eating Hearty Meal Las Cruces, N. M.-f/IVA stranger stepped Into a . d o w n t o w n cafe last night, ate a fried chicken dinner, a ham steak, .two hamburgers, d r a n k two soft drinks, pulled a pistol and shot himself to death. I W Papers identified him as Joseph ,1'ardysld, about 35, but gave no address other t h a n that ho had worked in Westcnd, Calif., and Phoenix, Ariz., police said. Adrrrllse in lh« TIMES--It ti«jr« "V^OUR JJHS taxes, license ·*· fees and other taxes pay for building pavement, for m a i n t a i n i n g it and for re- paving it when it wears out. C o n c r e t e p a v e m e n t i s moderate in first cost yet can be designed accurately for any Jcgal axle load--and it keeps its load-carrying capacity throughout its life. Concrete costs less to maintain, lasts longer. It is /ow-onnuo/-coif pavement. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 916 Falli lldf., Memphis 3, Tcnn. A national organization to Improve and extend the uses of portland cement and concrete . , . through scientific research and engineering field work Birds Run Down? An Easy Prey to COLDS? Get 'Em Back on Their Feet with NARTON Gland-O-Lac't NAKTON, added lo year tegular feed, increeiti fttd coniump* li*n and h»lpi g«* birds "back mn their f*«t" afltr cold*. If your flock hat Itff- fared from colds Ihii ipring, i*t your f«*d dtaler now for NMTONI , AUREOMYCIN ... PENICILLIN ... ARSENICAL! all in one package of NARTON NOW ... just mix NAITON with Teed or sprinkle on top of feed in feeders , . . then watch those birds gain! That's because NAH.TON contains: AUREOMYCIN- the antibiotic that's proven itself most effective as a growth stimulant! P E N I C I L L I N -- a n o t h e r a n t i b i o t i c that stimulates growth and builds resistance lo disease. ARSENICAL* -- which act as a fur- ther growth stimulant when used with antibiotics. BOTANICALS and MINERALS -- to supply deficiencies in ordinary rations. Actual tests show that N*«TON increases feed c o n s u m p t i o n by a much as 15% in 10 days -- helps put health and vigor into birds after colds and sickness. Sec your feed dealer today for NARTONI THE CLAND-O-LAC COMPANY Cram, Sprmgdak, Repnstntathrt Announcing-NEW OWNERSHIP HATLE,Y BUICK CO. SALB (FORMERLY TATUM BUICK) Harold A. Hatlcy, who has had many years experience in Sales and Automotive service engineering and who has been associated with the Buick Motor Division of General Motors Corporation since 1947, announces his recent purchase of Tatum Buick. Remember, when you bring your car to Hatley Buick Co. you can rest assured that you arc getting the best in service, parts available plus the benefit of many years experience. HAROLD A. HATLEY BRING YOUR CAR HERE FOR THE BEST IN SERVICE When Keller Automobiles Are Emit Enick Will Rail d Them ,.. That sure is true in '52. No-w at Hat ley ftiiick, All Models Available For Your Approval And Jiniiiediate Delivery, . HOMER FRY Homer Fry, who has had 15 years experience in the Automotive Field in Northwest Arkansas, will continue to serve you as Sales Manager of Hatlty Buick Co. · COMPLETE LINE OF FACTORY APPROVED PARTS CAR OWNERS OF NORTHWEST ARKANSAS ARE INVITED TO COME IN-LOOK AROUND-GET ACQUAINTED HATLEY BUICK COMPANY (Formerly Tatum Buick)

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