The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1950 · Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1050 BLyTIIEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE Marriage Boom, War Fears Help Keep Industry Busy By SAM DAWSON * NEW YORK, June 21. (AP)—The boom In durable goods amazes some of Jfce experts today. jmer higher prices nor climb- Ing personal debts stays the American public from buying more cars and more household gadgets than ever before. The unusually high marriage rate since the war may be what's causing it, experts in the Commerce Department opine today, Groundlcs fears of an inevitable • nd approaching war may be what's urging them on, says Paul G. Hoffman. "When inquiry Ls made of would- be purchasers of cars," says the Marshall Plan administrator, who used to head the Studebaker Corporation, "they often explain they figured to play it safe and get- a car while the getting was good." Deplores Attitude Hoffman deplores this belief in the inevitability of war as playing directly into the hands of Moscow But he says it may explain the continued, surprising heavy demand for new automobiles. Sales of all kinds of hard goods as well as autos, are running higher than could be expected from income and price levels, Commerct Department experts say. S^y admit there Ls still some de inQ for cars left over from the war. But they say that new demand is " extremely sensitive" U> changing bnsines conditions and prices and, therefore, they think that when the deferred demand Is played out, price reductions could replace it as a stimulus to production and sales. New car registrations in the last four years ran 14 per cent above those in the four years iinedialely before the war, the department notes. But, it adds there was a 50 to 100 per cent gain in the postwar period in the output of refrlgcra- tor.i, vacuum. cleaners, electric range* and electric washing ma- ebineK. This gain ran hand in hand with the home Building boom. And the department links both to the unusually high marriage rate, which lilt its peak in 1M6 but Is still above the prewar rate. But tile department expert* think that by now deferred demand for household products ha* been satisfied and that STIMME Kartoffellciifer aus d»r Luft g*griff «n? GERMAN REDS ARE BUG-EYED—Mosw rcently charged— and Washington denied—that Iho U. S. is experimenting with bacteriological warfare by dropping thousands of polato bugs on Soviet-controlled East Germany. The German Communist weekly "Deutschlands Stinime" purports to prove the accusation with the front-page layout shown above. The headline reads: ''Potato Bugs Dreamed Up? Our Reporters Followed the Trail of an American Pilot.*' The map is alleged to show the route of the bug-bombing plane. Other pictures show peasant women who say they saw the plane and a place where Reds claim bugs were dropped. soon "the usual market forces will determine sales of these products." Marriages, fear of war. generally good times, or whatever it is—consumers continue to snend, and the industries they favor are doing mighty fine. Chinese Rip Red Airfield TAIPEI, June 21. (/I*)—Nationalist afr headquarters Announced today Chinese war planes, braving Rus- sian-building fighters and "anti-aircraft guns, destroyed the Communist airfield and installations at Foo- chow, the c apJ t a 1 of Fukien Province. Foochow is 100 miles northeast o: Formosa, base of the Nationals fort>j imde r G eucrnt issi mo C hiari] Kai-shek. The air announcement said the fieid only recently had been repaired. It was described as one of the most strategically located nlr- ports in Cliina for support ol a sea borne invasion of Formosa. Pravda Carries Stalin Article MOSCOW, June 21. VP> — Tills morning's pravdn, (Yficlal Communist Party newspaper, curried a Jiage and a unit question-and- answer article, signed by Generalissimo Stalin, on the subject of Marxism In philology, the science of language. For several weeks, each Tuesday, Pravda lias been publishing lengthy studies on philology. The scries was begun May 9 by Professor Shikobava, of Tbllsl University, The articles have represented radieally different |»sitlons Pf Soviet philologists. In the lirst article, Shikobava attacked theories of the famous Soviet philologist N. Y. Marr, who died in 1931. He disputed Marr's suggestion that artificial measures were necessary (o evolve a common world language. Under Communism, Shikobava said, Marr's theory contradicts Stalin and Marxism. Country People Said to Check On AH Preachers LITTLE ROCK, June 21. W— Rural Arkansas Baptist ministers were told yesterday thai country jeople won'l go-to hear a preacher 'who doesn't know the difference between a Rhode island Red hen and a Plymouth Rock rooster." (Rhode Island Reds and Ply- nouth Rocks are two breeds of chickens.) The opinion was expressed Dy S. P. Dowts. Atlanta. Oa-, secretary of the Baptist Home Mission Board, in an address nt the rural church conference of Arkansas Baptist Preachers nt Camp Robinson near here. "Yon can get by with any kind of preaching most anywhere except in the country," he added. "There you've got to preach and know the gospel, because country people know more honcst-to-good- nes gospel than anyone else in the world." Newsprint Plant Planned PENANG (AP) — Malaya may contribute to the world supply of newsprint, when the experiments wood pnlping plant—as an extension to timber research laboratory —under the six-year developmcnl plan for the country gels under full swing, Malaya at present imports all her newsprint supply and other types 01 paper, and there i£ a world shortage of newsprint. LB: sun f RHIICIBCQ DOWN VIDEO ROAD—Vou can sit buck and enjoy television when you ride the Short Line Bus between Sim Francisco and Los Angeles. The bus driver is the only one who can't see the screen, mounted over his head. He gels his wrestling, not by TV, bill nt the wheel of I'm bitj bus. 4 Found Dead In Plane Crash mth of here. They were identified tis: Robert A. Ltihr, 30, Lafayette, 1ml, I lying instructor; Clinton E. Ferguson, 41, Battle Ground, Hid., student pilot; in n IOIIR lime. A commentary de scribes it us » 'dreply affccllw; fill story about the present life of lift ian workers." 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