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There is a tide in the affairs of men which , taken at
the flood, leads on to fortune. On such a full sea are
we now ajioat . . . Have you instructed your adver
tising agents to plan immediately a real sales and ad
vertising program l Or are you going to miss the tide ?
NEW IORK.. H'orld-T'elegram
National Advertising Dept., 230 PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK CHICAGO • SAN JFRANCISCO DETROIT • LOS ANGELES # ATLANTA .• PHILADELPHIA • BUFFALO • DALLAS
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SAN FRANCISCO News
COVINGTON.. Kentucky Post
The day of action has arrived.
—Kentucky Edition of Cincinnati Post
BUFFAL O Times COLUMBUS Citizen
INDIANAPOLIS Times AKRON Times-Press
DENVER.... Rocky Mt. News BIRMINGHAM Post
TOLEDO News-Bee MEMPHJS .... Press-Scimitar
THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
Plans departments are busier now than they have
been in years. In most sales departments there
is a veritable fever of activity. The public is ex
changing its dollars for goods. 44 We must take
the current when it serves.” Optimism again is
fashionable. New fortunes are in the making.
The news from Washington is a rapid series of
staccato flashes. Sweeping changes in our eco
nomic life are being made so swiftly that only
alert executive minds are able to keep pace.
Business recovery is evidencing a speed which, a
month ago, might have seemed incredible. Prices
are rising, payrolls expanding, wheels turning.
YOUNGSTOWN .... Telegram
FORT WORTH Press
OKLAHOMA CITY News
Pittsburgh, Youngstown and Birmingham again
see the smoke of their steel mills. Akron speeds
the manufacture of tires. Factories everywhere
are preparing for increased production.
Visit your advertising agent and you will find an
enlarged staff busily formulating new' advertising
programs. “The world’s great age begins anew.”
Anchors aweigh! Full speed ahead . . . with ex
pert navigation. Advertising in Scripps-Howard
newspapers is profitable national advertising be
cause it concentrates your selling where greatest
profit can be made from sales.
EL PASO Herald-Post
SAN DIEGO Sun
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