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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah Spirals Over INTELLIGENCE TEST Eccles Tells S L Ad Club From Nine to Five THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Thursday March 3 1949 Smiling Jack The inflationary process has run Its course George S Eccles presi dent of First Security Corp of Ogden and of First Security Bank of Utah told members of Salt Lake Advertising club Wednesday In Hotel Utah j While the nation has entered aj slight recession no drastic decline is likely he snirl The financial leader said a drrp Of 10 to 20rf in prices during 1949 was probable Mr Kccles called attention to the fact that United States has had three postwar years of plenii fill money and a backlog of needs of merchandise to carry along war time inflation The present dip halting the spiral of inflation is healthy he declared As check to recession Mr Eccles called attention to the 000 1919 federal budget swollen by for defense and in economic aid to Europe j Unemployment might subtract as much as 4000000 from the postwar high of 62000000 without i serious setback to the nation since such unemployment would be cushioned by unemployment in surance and savings said Mr Eccles i 3 Which one of the following is a whistling type of bird i Owl Quail Eagle Sparrow I Which of the following is Americas basement favorite Bowling Wrestling Ping Pong Horseshoes 3 Which one of the following oils is indigestible in the human body Olive oil Peanut oil Cod liver oil Mineral oil 4 In the family larder you should expect to find which one of these Flour Pillow cases Coal Shoes 5 If calendar months were transformed into human shape which one of the following would be the blustering bully March May July September Report Shows Utah Second For was second of three inter mountain states in the amount of crude oil runs through oil re finery stills in December 1948 according to figures released Wednesday by the U S Bureau of 21 JACK I WAS A VERY WHEN UL BROTHER FELL OVES3 BOARD AND I PONT x MANY OF IT WAS SUCH A HORRIBLE NIGHTMARE DO RECALL THAT BY TH TIME MY AUNT TURN EC IN By Zack Mosley CAPTAIN TURN5O THE SHIP AS QUICKLY AS HE COULD AND I REMEMBER THE BIS SEARCHLIGHTS PLAYING ON THE MURKY WATERS Steve Canjon BUT THEY NEVER FOUND ANY TRACE OF MY LIL BROTHER vWHATYABAWLIN ABOUT SIS TIM HERE Of course I stay home when Im well Its no fun staying home when youre SICK Output of Gem Dairies Drop TrHjune IDAHO FALLS March 2 i Wyoming was first with 2405 1000 bbls of crude run through stills Utah had 75000 bbls and Colorado 541000 bbls Wyomings figure included refinery work in Idaho Oil for Utahs refineries came mostly from Colorado via pipeline with a total of 775000 bbls UNCLE RAYS CORNER IT WRITTEN THAT THE WEST LIE TO ACHIEVE THEIR ENP5 KEEP KIMBEELY BUT THEY AP5 ALLE5EP TO DO IT WITH SOME jC YOU SPEAK PIPLOMATIC WITH TUC i OF A AW WELLTHATS WHAT I AM i I DONT KNOW WHY CALHOOM SENT ON THIS JOB THS OF TH5 CRAG HAG 15 AS CF THE COMING OF THE DAWN OVEROVER WELUAH By Milton Caniff Gasoline Alley IM CCAS HA6 6U IM NOT QUALIFIED TO SPEAK FOE MISS CALHOON5 AMNIN5 COMPANY WHO SAID ANYTHING CONCEENINS A OMPANVr Some persons are known for i their beautiful eyes or well formed noses Others have spe cial credit for their hair or chin j or did you ever hear of anyone getting a compliment for a beautiful tongue I Here is something we all have in our mouths but it is kept out of Interesting life stories or Mozart Beethoven Chopin Brahms Strauss and Liszt are told in the illustrated leaflet called Masters ot Music This will be sent without charge to any reader who asks for it and incloses a stamped selfaddressed envelope Address your letter to Uncle Ray In care of this newspa per and allow about 10 days for reply during 1918 a quantity 2 Co below the 1947 production and the eighth largest on record Peak production was attained in 1941 when 1403000000 Ibs were recorded Average production for the 10 years 193746 was 1265000000 Ibs reported the bu reau of agricultural economics U S Department of Agriculture Wednesday Average production per cow for the year again broke the record of last year when it reached 6120 Ibs A monthly peak of 650 Ibs per cow was reached in June The number of milk cows on farms continued to decline averaging 203000 head for the year 5000 head below alst year Monthly production of milk was less than last year for all months except June and December when the same amounts were estimated by B A E statisticians Utah were used in Utah refinery j processes j O ill IM YOUR rrn WHEM YOU NEED WASHINGTON March 2 I Business loans declined for the sixth consecutive week during the j seven days ended Feb 23 the fed eral reserve board reported i Wednesday i A 543000000 drop was recorded I in a report covering commercial j industrial and agricultural loans by federal reserve member banks I in the nations leading cities The drop as in previous week centered in the western part of i the country The board said business loans declined each in the Chicago and the San Francisco federal reserve districts and 000000 in the St Louis district Business loans by these banks which were outstanding Feb 23 totaled That was 5550000000 above the level a year ago Real estate loans meanwhile That was 000000 above a year ago Im ready to shake hands and help everyone who needs aj lowcost cash loan for any fairly well hidden The tongue is made up chiefly of muscles and they work in any direction It is a good thingthat this organ is anchored to the lower jaw Otherwise there is no telling where it would go Even as it is there are cases of people swallow ing1 their tongues This means that the tongue twists over and starts down the throat choking I the person unless quick action can i be taken to put it back in place j The tongue is important in tasting Spreading over its sur iface are hundreds of tiny taste i buds The buds which tell the brain about a bitter taste are at j the back of the tongue Most of i the sweet sour and salt taste buds are near the tip of the tongue or in the middle of the tongue but i some are along the sides It would be a mistake to sup pose that all the tasting is done by the tongue The sense of smell also plays a big part When a person has a cold and his nostrils are blocked up a piece i of meat tastes flat The same is I true of fruits and some vegetables That is because the sense of smell is working poorly If ever you must swallow a bad tasting medicine it will be helpful if you press your nostrils together for a second or two before you put the medicine in your That will cut off the smelling for the time being and it will make the bad taste iess hard to bear It is an old custom of doctors to look at the tongue of a patient and this custom is followed to some extent at the present time A doc tor with a keen eye can tell a great deal about the patients health by looking at the tongue It may be too dry too flabby or too red or it may be ed A study of the tongue may give the doctor a good idea of what is wrong and by further tests he may make sure For science section of your scrapbook I UNCLE RAY PATTERN THE SAW PUSHER DOWN ThE STREET TELLS ME COT THE GLASSSAW SHARPENING AINT THAT TOO BAP i EDGED rr AN SENT BACK TO HIM By Frank King Mary Worth HEX CHUCK DID VGU X SUEE AN1 GET THEOUCH WITH I SENT IT BACK THAT GLASS SAW TO At purpose BILL PAYER EM 0Cbifinpiitdl Bliig Just the thing for parties or Sunday best Is this sweet little j in the threetoeight size range Narrow ruffling or lace trims the collar sleeves and fitted waist A sash ties in a big bow in back Pattern No 3101 is a sewrite perforated pattern for sizes 3 4 15 6 7 and 8 years Size 4 re j quires 2 yards of 39inch ma Iterial 4 yards purchased ruffling For this pattern send 25c in i coins your name address pattern number and size wanted to Bar bara Bell care The Salt Lake Tribune 530 South Wells St Chi cago 7 III I CAME HOME EARLY TO TELL YOU THE GOOD WORD NANCY THRFAI 1 WUKU I jr CUAI IT nklT ESTATE MAN 5AY5 HE CAN PRIDED WE 5HOULDNT SELL THI5 HOUSE QUICKER MOWN16AWAY THAN YOU CAN SAY MOVINO AVAY ABSTRACT OP TITLE By Ken Allen Blondie I SUPPOSE nS BECAUSE YOU LIKE THE RECENT ARRIVALS IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD WELLI WOULD ENJOY STAYING HERE LONG ENOUGH TOTO GET BETTER ACQUAINTED DAG WOOD HEFE COMES OUf BUS Rusty Riley Answers 1 Quail 2 Ping Pong 3 Min eral oil 4 Flour 5 March Louie By Harry Hanan SOLLY AMI HEARD ITS FLIP HOW IN ALL HE COME HEBE HERE we WU5T TWELVE MILES FROM LSXIN6TDN By Frank Godwin Orphan Annie Donald Duck By Walt Disney SON NOW 5 THOUSAND COURSE HANDBILLS DISTRIBUTED 1 HAVE AAV PAV NOW CASH BUT ft TWENJTy TICKETS TO THE LECTURE HEAR DRJOMES OM HOW TO RAISE T3 HEAR DR JONES ON HOW TO RAISE GUPPIES ITS REALLY V3pOp T6B MISTERHVE TRIED rr ITS MADS OUT OHERBS YEAH VOtTgg DRINK1N rrIT MUST BE O K rUTRY A SLUG OF IT TO WflRM ME UP By Harold Gray HEHHEHHSlf PERHflPS HE IS NOT USED TO TEA THfiT IS MATTER WTTHOOR HOODLUM Pffl H6 Gordo GYPSY BELLE VOU WHSJ VWULDrTT siKstsesT THAT 131 GIVE flNVONE EASY 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