The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Thursday, April 30, 1953
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AT, APML W, MM fAMt.r OOUKIBR PAGE Bl/BTHf British Steamed Up Over Chance of Losing Jet Airliner Contract By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) — The British are all steamed up because they fear the United States is planning a fast one in the race of British and American plane makers to capture the potentially rich American mar. ( ket for jet airliners. Immediately at stake Is 21 million dollars which the British hope to get from Pan American World Airways for 10 jets. A protest is being aired in the House of Commons today over the U. S. Civil Aeronautics Administration's holding up of air-worthiness certificates for British-made let airliners. The British contend that the idea Is to let American plane makers catch up in the race, in which the British are now far •ahead. CAA officials? however, say many problems of safety, noise, and airport construction must yet be solved before the Jet planes .can be certified for civil use. American plane makers say Striking Welders Return to Jobs At Memphis Plant Ei&k MEMPHIS «P)—The first shift of I) Welders i-eported back to the big International Harvester plant yesterday, apparently ending a six-day work stoppage. Plant Manager B. Q. Mahal said 46 of 50 men in the Welding Department showed up, among them a new Negro welder, whose transfer to the department last. Thursday touched off the walkout. About 100 white welders had remained away from work until today. The Negro had been the only welder working since Thursday. The company had asked Walter Reuther, president ot the CIO, to personally intervene in the walkout. However, local officials were unsure whether 'Reuther had taken action or if the men returned of their own accord. About 260 employes in other departments had been laid off because of the production lag, //.easfes Show Pig Increase In Arkansas LITTLE ROCK (ff)—There/have been seven times as many cases of measles in Arkansas so far this year there were during the same per- last year, the State Board of , Health said yesterday. The Board said 1,058 cases of measles were reported in the state last week bringing the total so far this year to 7,544. This compared to a total of 1,089 in 1952. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Bertie Dorrte, Ptf. •» vs. No. 12,393 Allison Don-is, Dft. The defendant, Allison Dorris, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Bertie Dorris. Dated this 21st day of April, 1953. Oeraldine Liston, Clerk By Cherry Sue Barnes, D. C. C. P. Cooper, atty. for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty, ad litem. 4|23-30-5|7-14 ' SO IBS. Pt/RMA CMC* \h'a off«r it good for an/ aduk 1)1 day t» SATURDAY May 2nd Bring foot am boi. Th«* oro Leghorn cockwtli end FEEDERS SUPPLY COMPANY 513 East Main Phont 3441 •MI* fw mnu awn »* rmm* •«» wmm .iwwywi they'll have jet transports in the air next year and ready for sale by 1956 or J957. May Cancel Contract Pan Am, meantime, has ordered three- ocean-crossing Comet Ill's from the British De Haviland Company for delivery in 1956, with an option to buy seven more. The British fear Pan Am may cancel if certification Is held up, but Pan Am officials say they'll be in no hurry to do so. Boeing's president, William M. Allen, says his firm will have a prototype jet transport flying in 1954. Its three-way design is for use as a military cargo transport, or as a tanker for refueling other Jets in mid-air, or to be fitted out as a commercial airliner. Douglas' president,. Donald W. Douglas, says, "We are going ahead with production of a jet airliner." Airline sources' expect the Douglas jet to Ce ready about 1957. Lockheed aircraft also has jet plans well along. (TSY BITSY "ISO"—Built to carry two not-so-large passengers, the "Iso," Italy's smallest auto, features a door in front and • bending steering column that leans forward to permit easy entry. Top speed is 50 miles per hour. The Iso uses about one half-gallon of gas every 60 miles. The United States now has in its privately-owned ocean-going tanker fleet 451 vessels of nearly 6,741,000 deadweight tons. It is the world's largest tanker fleet under DOUAR-W1SE? THEN IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOUI 129.95 Adams Appliance Co. Inc. , Mcyfoo OwWb any one national flag. DO CRAMPS give you that monthly look? Why III till-tili •jury, "utms" *fc« ta jvir tyn? Does your mirror show an older-looking, worn-out, nervous face during your "bad Buffering from monthly cramps? Try a little Cardui each day a3 thousands of women do. 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