The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 21, 1947
Page 7
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MONDAY. JULY 21, 1947 Air Policy Board Tackles New Job Plant Employment Drops to 180,000 From 2,200,000 High WASHINGTON, July 21. <UP>- Thc major task facing President rrunian's new Air Policy Commission today was how to save an aircraft industry tliat is loslnp money by the millions. In appointing five private •;!!!- 7-cns u> the commission. Mr. Truman said lowered aircraft p'rodur- "Oii and failure to keep abreast of new developments might Jeopardize national security and. economic welfare. Behind this .statement, was tl'a [net that. |l,e coiiiiianlc.s which m-,>- duce bombers, fighters nnd transports had an overall net loss la*! year of $8,000,000. Ami they we little chance of doing better this year. Present trends indicate lhat employment will take a nosedive at the end of 1948. when m os t orders for airline transports will be filled and there will be imecrlnl'ity about military orders. The industry that employed 2.000.000 workers during the war now cmptovs only about 180.000. Mr. Truman's action came is n Joint. Senate-House conference committee ironed out differences ill two bills with similar purposs. The bills would set up a national I'ica has an aircraft industry eapi- air policy board to insure that An-.e- We of rapid expansion in time of national emergency. Government and management off clals believe such an industry should produce as many as 5000 military planes 'a year in peace- ti inc. Last year 1.330 .were turned out this year the figure may approach 1.500. Next year on the basis of tci>: I tative military appropriations for fiscal 1948, the figure should rang- from 1.300 to 1,700. In addition to studying militvy needs, Mr. Truman told his commission to consider commercial -ur transportation. This segment of aviation is registering heavy lossi-s and some companies expect conditions during th c Winter slack season to be least as bad as they .verc last Winter. Capitol Capital BLYTHEV1LLP (AUK.)-_COlJi;iBR. NEWS Lotteries Illegal in N. Carolina HALKIOH. N. O. July ::!. (UP) — Assl. Atty. cieii. T. Watlc llnitnn declared lod:iy lhat ":my vttlxcir nf I lie county" cimld brini; tlmi'.oi iiBKliisl the Ahoskie. N, a. Klwmiij club for coiidiicllni; an ilk<i;<il lat- tery "if they Ililnk Ihe law was violated and wain to swear IAU ;•. warrant." nrulon. nctlun In (hu ii>>S":>r.o nt vnrallonUm Ally. Cicn. Mr- Mullan. said tin- offli;« had ruled consistently that, any form of |ul- lery wa s Illegal in Nor'h Carolina. He said, however, llmt onforcc- mcni. of the nnU-lnttei-y laws was ii mutter for local officers and not the attorney general, who lias IK prosecuting (lowers. | Kaffirs for charity have been I widespread In Eastern North Caro- j Una lJUt the Ahoskii- lottery won nationwide attention because a voimti veteran won n Cadillac sedan lull, was not allowed to kei-p It, because he was n. Negro. Several newspapers had attacked Jaw enforcement, officers for not cnforcint! Hie lottery law.s and on'! iKInslon. N. c.. Free Pressl had demanded tliat fil-.eillf Cliarllc Pur- kcr of Hertford county be Impeached for his part In the Ahoskie incident. 'arker served as chairman oi the Klwnnis steering coimnlttcc for the •lance at which the drawing wiis held. | Klwan Nciiro, cur bins n n Park t 1 liih-r wi'iil wllli IWD other I" Ii-ll llaivcy Jones, (ho hi- could not '.iln Ihe he was not "cll|!ll\<e" Kin to attend the dance. r liad no comment. Ic diadwn spider h,, s Dim lubes ll whirl, it spllls || S K(!k . ":.. Ln "-"'K »s .six s ..... neret fln- IK 1 richer, ih t , M ,idcr call make one com , )f lilm strands. Courier News Want Ads. PAGE SEVEN Big Battle Shapes Up For Western Amateurs OlC'i MOINKfj. in., .inly '..| IUP, -—Ut'lenilin^ c: ha m p ion Fcank •Slr.iiiiihiiii nnd mcdiilist Jiucl Wm| wi'lH out, :icalnst ivlntlvcly c:isy ipi^UK'iils in llii> srinl-dnals or (lie WesU'i'u Amatpur t<;day ond s|J<v;i :'.(>r WIMT lio'.li would fin vhv fciv a repeat of their ISMS Milo n ;( ht lnis:nrrow. S.raual .in, i|u- Toli'dn mrirm- i.lri', loci off n[i:ilnst Tom Hhrr- Iniii, UcL <;lt, iind Ward, of K r .,,- kiinc. n itched shots with Ho') Wil'ills, Kliums City.' With no funds to meet Senate Fabrics, the senators' secretarial staffs felt the pinch on a pay-less payday. Alice Harrison ricbt secretary in the office of Ken. KImcr Thomas of OkUihonia reaches into her "sock" for a quick loan to Irene Parsons of Sen Glen Jaylor s stall. Congress 1 failure In enact :i legislative appropriation bill for the liscal year beginning July 1 hold up salaries Steve Brooks To Qualify for S. American Job Blylheville High School graduate and former University of Arkansas student Steve Brook.s will leave .soon to attend the Joseph A. Maybin Import-Export Institute in i\c\v Or- Now On The Air KBOA KKNNETT, MO. S. E. Missouri's Most Powerful Station 830 On Your Dial 1,000 WATTS DAYTUIK Featuring the best in RADIO ENTERTAINMENT We will carry the St. Louis Cardinal day games including Sunday Ipan.s, I_:i. The Institute offers ;i 2-l-month which prepares its uiidcr- sraduntvs for lorelsn service with i:n|)ort-cxpoil oflices In South Americu. Tin- curriculum offered at the sclmol is :iimecl at Biviin; tlie stu- deiiL n hroml bnckerountl of South American history, culture and lan- BiiaRc entitled ••Coinnicrcir,! S])an- Ish" ;uid taught in such a way ar, icj ),'ivc the student a practical mid workable knowledge of Spanish. The MayWn Institute is one of the lew educational organizations of it:; kind in the United mates and resulted from action by cxpnrl- ini]Mrt tnen seeking trained person n r ,'l jollowing the war. In the Initial stages of development, the school first opened its doors in August of last year and will graduate its first clasr; in August. 13-18. i Mr. Urooks served for two years in the Army, and was wilh occupation forces hi Japan prior to' his discharge in the Spring. . Scout Troop Organized At Boys' Industrial School LITTLE UO:'K, Ark.. Julv The organization of a Boy Seoul troop at the Arkansas Boys' industrial Sclionl is being completed, fo | Inwinr; the enthusiastic work cf a lil-yoav-old pine Bluff boy. I The lad, Chester Ailhur. who re\ ccntly moved to Pine Bluff from i Daytona. Beach. Fia. "sold" the Hiea of a scout troirp to H. P. liar- JRis, .superintendent of the icfonna- j tory. after oblaln'.n; Scout officials' litrmisslon 10 go ahead. CLEANEST OSED CARS IK BLYTHEVI Eusf- End of Main St. 1941 Pcnliec 4-Door Sedan 4nJ4AiS 1) R*6 a* ! 1V41 Uras /-Door Sedan 1939 Plymoylli 4-Door 1938 Ford Pickisp If You Wani to Buy or Sell, Come See Us or Phone 519 East End of Main St., Blythevillc WANT FAST HELP from GETTING UP NSGHTS? • Here's ncts-i (or you folk, wl)O linvo In K ot uj> nt riiulil I,] pus, walcr, liuve • ockiicln., loo, Iwcaiiiu gf miuor funclional «iilncy ilisordcra. '1'i^o Ccnci.itions , sa , „ f nmml , , !octor dcrc^inl „ ,,,eiliciun for Ihi, very timiMo. No-.v million, |i [lvo ,, i; ,l H. „[,,,„ wilh iitnnzuiKly fnM.cfrcclivcn-iults Tliu iiu-ili- Ci ("°ir 5 , U V Kilm "'" R »- ; "»l'-Kool, n,;uln "1 1C lK![;,. roou, vci-clnkk'i, mid bol- snni5 - inily nnturo's oivn ivny l,> j-olicf. you ,.,,,,, |tj ; t olni ,. CASH Vou Col $100 $150 $200 $300 $500 ~ $750 $1000 Monthly Paymenti Foi IZMonlhi) $9^25^ 13.88 69.38 92.50 MONEY FOR HOME SWEET HOME Moderniie —Equip Repair—Repainf with a Joan from G.C.P.C. 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