I WEDNESDAY, MAY IT, 1SSO BI-.YTIIEYIT.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Industries Report Booming Business By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK, May 17. (/!»>—Sales managers in many companies are the fairliaircd lads around the conference tables (hose days. They have placed enough orders to keep their plants going for ninny weeks or months ahead, in spite of growing competition. A long list of booming sales orders*— : , today in a wide as- :ment of Judas tries. There !s a or two in the lot. And there are some predictions of better sales nnd therefore more production in the months ahead for a number of other industries. Businesses that haven't been doing so \vell of late join the happy sales parade, for the time being at least—like cotton textile mills anil freight car builders. Some that aie heading for their usual summer doldrums—as fuel oil, for example—-think they'll be busier than ever next fall, and raise prices and -set production goals higher. Good Times May Continue The booming lumber, steel, rubber and paper industries say they expect, good times for.quite a while yet. Enough print cloths and other cotton goods—an estimated 150 million yards— has been sold in recent days In New York's Worth Street to keep many cotton textile mills busy for six months. The largest freight car order to outside builders hi 25 years has just been placed by the Pennsylvania Railroad. The Equitable Life Assurance Society will pay for the 10.000 cars, and rent them to the railroad. The Insurance company also is buying 1.300 cars lo rent to the Atlantic coast Line railroad. Freight car orders lilt a low point 1 in 1949 (only 6,248 ordered in the entire year) but up til May 1 orders for 27,050 have been placed tljMkyear, and the new equitable dfflS will boost the year's figures still higher. Lumber dealers around the country report their sales top last year toy as much as 25 percent. Little wonder, with .starts of new homes running j>3 percent ahead of last yeur. Auto, Home Building Up The auto and home building booms combine to give the glass Industry record sales. .Some glass companies have stepped up production. Steel production this week is expected to hit 1,931.000 tons, a new record-rand steel sales managers don't have to extend themselves much Lo sell all of it. Paper production Is running at almost 104 percent of rated capacity. compared with 84 percent a year ago, the American Paper and Pulp Association reports. Summing it all up, the Commerce Department puts national output of all goods and services at an annual rate of $2G4 billion in the first quarter of this year, or $7 billion above the production in all of 1949. The manufacturers' sales In inarch • months. Co-Inventor of Gin Rummy Is Dead RESEDA, calif., May 17. (/!•)—The co-inventor of gin rummy Ls deac at the age of 02. C. Graham Baker, movie writer and producer in Hollywood for many years, died at his home here yesterday. He and his father, the late El'Aood T. Baker, are credited with originating the game In Brooklyn in 1009. They first called it "drunk" rummy and later switched to "gin". Among the films he produced were "Swiss Family Robinson" and "Valley of the Sun." His screen writing credits include "You only Live Once," "Shanghai," and "Mary Burns, Fugitive." His widow and a daughter survive. SEVENTY-ONE BEDS! FOR HOW MANY REDS?—Neighbors to the old J. P. Morgan mansion, above, on Malinecock Point, Cilen Cove, N. Y.. arc concerned about what their new neighbor, Leonid A. Morozpv, Soviet diplomat at the UN, plans to do with the 71 folding beds recently moved into the mansion. If he plans to use the property for a summer resort, they say, he's violating local zoning laws. The ticklish problem, now in the lap of the State Department, is whether Moroxov's status as a UN diplomat makes him immune to local zoning laws. Faithful Dog Watches Bicycle tor 78 Hours OKLAHOMA CITY. May 17. f/Pl— For 18 hours a red bicycle rested at the curb in downtown Oklahoma City guarded by a dog which kept police and the curious away. Through last night the dog would not move. Police considered a search on Ihe possibility a child had been injured. Today. 7-year-old George Lambert dashed np. The 'dog Jumped at him and began licking his hand. "I just left it here so he could have some fun." the second-grader explained. "He likes to guard it for me. 1 ' i National Guard Fighter Crashes FORREST CITY, Ark., May n. <AP>—An P-51 Mustang fighter plane caught fire near here last night, and the pilot bailed out safely. National Guard Capt. Alvin P. Solavi, 29. of Memphis suffered only a sprained ankle. Solari, returning to Memphis after a training flight, said the oil pressure on nix engine suddenly dropped and the plane caught fire as he was trying to ride it, down into an open field. Fayetteville Man Named JArkonsanS Held Head of Grocers Group | «. _ _. On Rape Charge LITTLE HOCK, May 17. (AP) — " -* W. 10. McWhortcr of Fayelteville was re-elected president, of the Ark- TMSQ.S Wholesale Grocers A.ssocia- lon here yesterday. T. H. Faulkner of Ili'lcma was re-elected vice president. J. E. Ruffin of Earle and C. C. Miss El Dorado' Named EL DORADO. Ark.. May 17 (AP) Frances Brewer, 18-year-old high hool senior, is "Miss El Dorado" 1950. She will compete for the title of ML-a Arkansas" in this year's const. Miss Brewer, selected last nieht. as brown hair and brown ey?s. She the daughter of Mr. and Mr*. L. Brewer. ' REVISITS PARIS — Hildrgirde. Milwaukee chan- »teU5e, who sinjc "The Last Time H Siw Paris" during \var, walks nfar Cathedral of Notrt Dame, Flrls. durint rclurn engagement. HE TOOK CARE OF EVERYTHING BUT flttZo Qituvtance Mt He MX* w*i iw. Mi»»«». MOTECT fOUR RIGHT TO DRIVE . . . rOl/R EAKNIHGS ...HOME...MNK ACCOUNT CftMafv wMt tfcfl Aft**c:t*4 MWr tew— l«nr» wit* F«r»*n SAVE MONEY W. L. Walker, District Agent 200 Isaacs Bldg. Bus. Phone SIM Res. Z1 Chinese Communists Barring Film Glamor HONG KONG (API — Most, of China's movie stars have agreed lo cut. out the ghtmor. Eighty-two dim; Chinese actors and i trerses are reported by the leftist newspaper Ta Kung Pao to have expressed willin-jue-s? to adhere U "alboring life pact." All 82 have taken refuse In Hin& Kong which today ts China's Hollywood. Before the Communist.' overran the mainland. Shaiifrha. was the film capital of China. Since the Red occupation of the city however, the distinction has come to this British crown colony. Hons Kong's film industry is not subject to Red laws but has tonne. it necessary to fall ii:to line with the Communists. Red China is the principal market. All films must pass Red censors. . . . Davis of Fort Smith were returned to the hoard of directors. .J. II. Alexander of Eudora was elected a new member of (lie board. Cotton Grower Starts Niagara Honeymooning NIAGARA VM.IJ5, N.Y. (AP) — Aaion Bun's daughter. Theodosia. cl her rutlon-Krower Intsband started it all. Theodosia nnd her wenllhy nritiefsroom. .sny.s local historian Raymond Yatcs wne the Hr.st honeymoon couple to visit the Falls. They came here in 1801, three years before the bride's f-itner, tlnrd vice-president of the United States, killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel. CII1COPEE. Mass., M.iy n. (/]',— Three West/over Air Force base soldiers are charged of raping a 31- year-old Holyoke woman near here. They are Ira I. Miller. 25, of I-'ordyce, Ark.; Brtce A. Chambcs, !.l. of l>lne Ilhiff, Ail:., and Earl W. Grimes. 23. of London, Tcnn. Police quoted Mrs. Catherine a!/, as saying the three' raped tier after offering to take her home in a taxicab. She had suffered injuries. Including three broken ribs. She pleaded Innocent In circuit court to a drunkness charge, and her ease was continued. RepublicanCity Set to Honor Democrat Son LKAVKNWOHTU. Ka's.. May 17. M 1 )—Bill Uoyle. (lie local boy who mode good iwllUcaly, Democrat that is, is coming back for a pal' on the back by the old home town, Republican that Is. This county sent ' >wn, long a nciiiibllciin stronghold, tomorrow Is going to honor Willinm M. Doyle. Jr., chairman or the Democratic National Committee, strictly as "successful son." Uoyle wo- bom here and went lo school at the old Cathedral Grade School until he was 12 years old. Then his family gave np Its confectionary store and moved lo nearby Kansas City, across and down a piece on the Missouri River. Mayor Ted ],,. Sexton, n prominent U>uvenwortii Republican, Is ramroadlng the Hill Doyle pro- Jjrnm alone with Bill mill, who rnns a laundry. Sexton nnd everyone connected wllli arranging the program Is anxious to make it clear that "Bill Uoyle Day" Is absolutely non-political. Several chairmen of the arrangement committees shoot a neat stick in G.O.P. local circles. And Sexton em]>hasl/e.s: "We're honoring Hill ns a local man who has made good." Boyle, himself. Is slated to talk a litlle. lie's down for n brief speech on the program, it'll be mostly shaking Immts with old boyhood friends and probably trying to remember names and faces thai look mighty familiar. Hope admttj. Out of th» 115,000 he lias to meet all expenses lor the cast, but there's plenty left. Television also was jald. to be a slight factor In the disagreement. Hope recently received $W.OOO for his Ilrst TV show for another xjxm- ?*.?* « > 1 With the Courts Chancery: Dortha Cartwright vs. Elmer Cartwrlglit, suit for divorce. Ellen Overall vs. Amanda Overall Gibson, et a!, suit on petition for foreclosure on lats 3 and 4 of the SE I of SW;4 of Section 8-15N-13K. Calvin Smith Issue Becomes Confusing Calvin C. Smith. 232-1 Kenn-oml Drive, said, today that he is not. the Calvin Smith who forfeited bond In Municipal ^ourt Saturday on charges of driving while intoxicated. Hope Seeks End Of Fat Contract HOLLYWOOD. Muy 17. (AP) — Hob Ho])e wants to he rclcaseil tioir n SIS.OOD weekly i-mlio contract ilia! 1ms four more years to run. The comedian disclosed yeslerdai tnnt he has asked Lever Hrother.s his longtime radio sponsor, to le him go iitlcr he. completes this sea son on June 13. The beef? The sponsor won't lc Hope tape record (.he show, whlcl would cnnblc him lo do the pro grain whenever he wished. Compensation was never rm Issue Mo-Pac Asks Bonds Okay WASHINGTON, May 17. CAP) — Missouri Pacific Railroad Co, today asked Ice authority to Issue i4,125,- 000 of equipment trust certificates. 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