The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 12, 1951 · Page 3
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 3

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Sunday, August 12, 1951
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Auto Industry Foresees * No Letup in Car Demand By DA\1J j, WIUUE DETROIT, Aug. 10. AP) --Th« ·uto industry ha* built about 29 million passenger cart since World War IT. But it foresees little, if any. let up in demand lor its piwduct. From the manufacturers' viewpoint the problems ahead are mainly those of production -- and normal sales effort. Some car; makers look for a sharp drop in! car assemblies next year because j of materials scarcities. But, they! *ay, production will bounce back' ·harply just as quickly as neces- »ary materials become available. Every car company has its tnarketing analyst* constantly at nvork appraising potential demand for new cars. Generally these experts try to determine probable demand for a year or two ahead. In a few paes, however,' they undertake long range appraisals. One such recently completed long-range study reportedly has Indicated an accumulation of new car demand that could make 1955 the biggest year in auto Industry history. This .survey Is said to have pictured defense work holding bsck new car production in 1952 and j 1953 with a concurrent piling up of demand. The "combined opera-j lions" program through which th*' industry hopes to build both military and civilian products would begin to tak« substantial shape in 1954, according to Uiis analysis. It would be thoroughly establish- j «d by .1955 and the industry would tioM last y*r MW froductlon. But tfcw ccachwioa* ar«i't MAP- W*. Corpul Chrifti CALLER-TIMES, Sun., Aug. 12, 1951 9 (·oar to «.«tS,W8 puMnger eart'ly ai fantastic aa they might j Supporting t*» rlew that a tr«- --.··--^·^··1 ·· jand retail sales « th« Unit«d|seem. The survey takes into con- mendous demand for motorcars c tt a L. I "A. car hit the cow on a highway ^States mount to «.32«,-t38 units. ! s j dera tion an increasing number rt still lies ahead is th? fact that : Man 5Ullei MrOkCIl ! near here The cow kil ied InstaW- Any long-range appraisal of theifirst time buyer* and a replace- until production controls were im- w IS'l,,.,, Hit bv CoW ; i ^ i ^ ^ f t t n th. .i^. automobile market obviously hu'ment demand the industry pwd the industry this year was^R W urn nil ui v,u^ , ]y , was hiuied 15 feet to the s!d« to consider, many wholly speculat-sdoesn't s*em to be able to over: roaring along at virtually the same 1 WAUKESHA, Wis., Aug. ll.lol the nad where it struck Sher- ive factors'. In this instance one'take. It takes into account also a pace it maintained last year. Pr °-!^p)__j;dwin Sherwell, «V, \vas in'well, a pedestrian. He suffered a mak« - and tell -- more carsimajor assumption is that there;mounting reliance on individual duction was high and so were; condition todav after be-'broken leg. internal iiTjuries and! than in any previous year. The;wiU be no all-out war in the next motor car transportation and the sales, through the January - June """··"· - PAUL J. HtNMIOCS MASTHt WAfCHMAUB UKluati'y'a record^masliing opsra: few years 'gixjwing number of two-car fam-i period. B'nai B'rith Leaders To Go To Fort Worth 'Sixty-six leaders of the Texas fitate Conference of B'nai B'rith ·will attend the organization's First Institute of Judaism at Camp Carter, Fort Worth, Aug. 2*-2T. Theme of the meeting, according to Paul Caplan of Corpus Christi, chairman,of the Institute of Judaism, will be "Our Jewish Heritage: Past, Present and Future." The ladies will hear lectures Irom outstanding Jewish scholars. The faculty will'be headed by Dr.j Ludwig Lewisohn, who has been a lecturer and professor at the University of Wisconsin and Ohio State "University. Members of the Texas B'tfai B'rith State Conference serving with Caplan of the Institute committee are Charles Levinson; Jackj Stern,- Leo- Lipshitz, George Wein- ·teln. Rabbi Israel Garsek, all of Fort Worth; Rabbi Morris Clark of Laredo;. Rabbi Sidney Wolfe of Corpus Christi; Rabbi Israel Sara- ·ohn of iMarahall; E. H. Saulson, Austin;. A. A. Hoppenitein, Waco, and Stanley Kaufman, Dallas. POSSUM PAYS FOR CAUSING TRAFFIC JAM FRANKFORT, Ky,, Aug. 11. W'--,"'.A possum perched on j. traffic light on llaln Street ,. yesterday almost caused a traCHc'jam.,;. '..,.' .-.· './ ··;*''... ' The animal crept down a guy wire- that helps suspend the light over, the intersection. It Settled do^ atop; th* light and seemingly .enjoyed the crowd's ·fforts to coax him down. A Negro solved the situation. He got a long jwle and reached up to the ^.top of the blinking light, The possum nonchalantly crawled down the pole right into sack his captor had waiting for him.' Possum, cooked, right, with sweet potatoes, is good .eating. "Spizzerinctum* Gets Into Senate Records WASHINGTON, Aug. U. (AP)~ Hey, Mac, who do you s p e l l ""spizserinctum? " Sen. Wilsy (R-Wis) gavt the problem to Senate stenographers today, »nd they met it as above. Kpizzermetaim, they say, is a word "that means anything you want It to.^It's not in the dictionary." Wiley, needling Sen. - Cain (R- Wash) in debate on the contempt of Congress citations, told his colleagues that "when I was young ·Jid handsome like the junior 1 senator from Washington, 1^ had a lot cf spizierinctum, ftoo."* 0 DISHES Set our tab!* of eloi» out va!ue§ in odds and tndj of dishes. DRASTIC * PRICI REDUCTIONS ran BMUTEKY MOT ft. 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Sizes 9 to 17 and 10 to 20. Lay-away makes it easy! Pay little by little. Buy now and you'll have them just when you want them mwt. Nlinty't ---S«c«ftd Floor

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