The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1950 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVTLLE. (ARK.) COURIER THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1950' U.S. Auto Industry Could Build More Arms Now Than in Last War Oldster Admitted To State Hospital By DAVID J. W11.KIB Associated I'rrss Automotive Kdllm DETROIT, June 25. uV>—The lla- • lion's e'ant aulo intiusiry hulk - f>9 000.000,000 worth of armament. •Ill 'World War II: It could build much more much (aster if another emergency "rose. That's (he view ol high auto industry sources today. Nobody doubt* the Industry lias „ Irritative program fnr arms pio- auction 'In another war But Its executives don't talk annul war production possibiliiies excepting In generalities. Yet it probably Isn't ranch of » secret that just about every aulo industry plant has been surveyed as . to its adaptability to armament production and that every manu facturer knows what he will *- nfkert to make. be One Men Industry rxer.ullw, pre-' ferrinir to remain unidentified, said recently: "OI course, we have some military work under wny; right now It is mainly replacement work on parts and materials for vehicles in the field. Actually Ihe volume isn't us creat as you mipht think. It couldn't he very heavy white we are turning out close to 300.000 priico time vehicles a week, tint we arc i wortcinK closely with (he military." The. aulo Industry likes to think of itself as "freedom's arsenal." Perhaps it has a right to thai ricsiprliilinn. In World Wnr II it made almost every type of armament from bullel.s to 60-ton tanks. It buill small arms and loop ranse Guns, torpedoes atlti aircraft en- Eincs, trtnk destroyers and bomb Moulljcr 1'cr Unur And before the war's end it had one pliinl nlone turtilnq- out bomber planes at the rale of one every The industry also lijul a share trr development work on the. atom nninb. This secret work, incidentally. v.-fi-s carried on irr what appeared to be n department store binlrimp in the process of alteration in tiic heart of downtown Dc- Irnit The inciusfry's productive capacity has been greatly expanded since World War II. It spent more than SI.OOO.flOUlKHl lor new buildings and new m.inufaclnrins equipment, ft leased many wartime Snslalla- j tions from t he sovernment. f Arid jusr fibnut all the leases ron- f t;iin n "jKiltonal sectir-ity" clause ThLs provides for a rtirick return o( Ihu installations lo armament work if needed, Right now industry sources generally profess to have heard nol even a rumor thai sonic of their factories may soon be converted to arms production. Sgt. Enoch Leaves Japan for Blytheville Staff Sergeant Johnson A. Enoch son. of Mr. and Mrs. .Johnson A Enochs, of Blytheville. has recentl., departed for the United Slales fo .subsequent discharge from Ihi United SUHes Air Force, il was an nounccd at Johnson Air Base in Japan by Colonel Thomas B. Hal] commanding officer. Spt. Enochs was formerly assignee for duly as a shop foreman with PINB BLUFF. Ark.. Jlillf 29. A. E. (Tobe) HcndcrsDn, 65. will hf. onllncd In Stale Hospital »s a result of a jury verdict. A circuit court Jury returned a verdict holding Henderson was Innocent of a charge of first degree murder "by reason of Insanity at the time of the act." He was accused of slaying a Negro department store porter here last March. Circuit Judge T. O: Parham said the verdict rc.qiiires that Henderson be committed to the State Hospila to remain until the committing judge, upon petition, orders a hearing to determine whether h« shoulr be relcaspri. Judge Pnrham said IIP had not received such a petition for Henderson. Henderson was accused In the fa- ial shooting of Silas Fletcher, Jr., who was at work In the department store when he was fired upon. Police Chief Met GalliKer riuolcd Henderson as saying Fletcher had tried to run over him with an automobile. the 3rd Mntor Vehicle Squadron. A former student of Stcele. High School, Sgt. Enochs entered the Uniled States Air Force In 1942. 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