The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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PACK EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE1 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS U.S. Textile Units Face Severe Test ' Industry Fraught With Uitc«rtainti««, Manufacturer Says JEY LARRY DALE (Uniirf -Pre-x Staff Correspondent) CHARLOTTE. N. C., Aug.' 23.— (UP)— President W. P. Jacobs of the American Cotton Textile Manufacturers predicted today Unit the tlme_is coining when housewives \vUI throw sheets and pillow cases away instead oC washing them, ''•Scineday, instead of jplnnin: arjd Weaving,- we. may be coming, stretohUm, pressing and sluing our textiles." Jacobs said. r •Jacobs has emphasized: that Ills prediction isn't expected J to come traie in the next few years. 'I he representative of Southern textile manufacturers -said not on!j tlje next 12 months but ilu jiux IS ye'arp will;, be fraught with nn certainties for the textile industrv SAulhein economy, niitl Southe Looks Into Future I'm 'not talking about scarcl life a'd. "Reconversion has slowei than . we cxpenti'd, bu 1 production now Is ahead of prew.n behind the Price Spiral Continual WASHINGTON, Aug. 23. (UP) ^— Average wholesale prices continued n iwst'W.ir record-breaking climb for a fifth straight week, last week, creeping up another 03 per cent, the Labor Department reported today. • FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1947 Elaborate Photo Museum, Institute Planned For Rochester; To Be First of Kind in World t'ts, ' li Lien slo producti K}els and only slightly wpirtinie peak, .... ... • I'm -leferrjng to .the problems I-rcsented by /the inflationary spi- ntl Mid postwar world trends." .He, pi (dieted. that strong foreign demand would gradually shift to SCREEN DOORS Most 'sizes now in stock. E.IC; Robinson Lbr, Co. Ihe toughtesl competitive battle with foreign markets that American textiles have ever seen. | "Every nation In the world can' manufacture textiles, and because of lower standards of living, every nation In the world can produce them cheaper," Jacobs said. He expressed conlidence that American Ingenuity would be able to meet the resulting foreign challenge. But he pointed out that elimination of n great share of the labor cost of American textiles would be the target of science. Murli Labor Required "The manufacture of textiles," he explained, "requires more man hours of labor than any other manufacturing process. Science has not kept pace in the textile industry wilh the strides made in other industries From 18 to 23 men are employed in ' the process of converting raw cotton into a finished textile product j compared to three employed lo t convert a log into paper," I lie described a process now be- ! ing tried experimentally In an Alabama plant which permlsl ell- ( initiation of 20 men by mamifuc-| luring cloth with ruw cotton and ! plastic. "If Ihe process is properly developed and perfected," he said, "cloth will become as cheap »s pa|>cr and the industry will meet any foreign challenge." Whether it will ruin or remodel the southern economy depends on the way the conversion comes, Jacobs said. Santhern labor can light the Ireml and drive the new industry to some other section of WAA Sells AOP Property to St. Louis Ferm WASHINGTON, Aug. 22. ITJP) — The War Assets Administration ve> terday announced the 'sale of two artillery fuse lines t.l the Arkansas Ordnance Plant, Jacksonville, Ark., to Scctt-Ncwcomb, Inc., St. Louis/ for 42CO.OSO. War Assets said Scott-Newcomb plans to use one fuse line in the manufacture of air conditioning equipment and the other in the manufacture of heating equipment. The two fuse lines cost the government S2.250.COO. Read Courier News Want Ads. Ebb H. Carson Tax Consultant Tax Rt-ports—Accounting Room 21, Lynch Bids. Write P. O. Box 939 Phone 2940 Ely the vi Me i.nslrati-il toted ali and subjects itooheslor, N. will hi- part dike V. Tlii- of the .in; ilressed nlil-tlmi' ( COlli'CliOM in i initcli the net .«tf Die 1870-vlntage camera being deiu i'ra, which included a linilt-in laboratory that liail to be Die I'lioto Institute In lie housed In Ihe Kuslinun tiume. Uy NUA Service RCCIlESTrtn, N. Y. (NUAK — Tlie nation's millions of amateur and .professional photographers soon will have u shrine of their own. The world's greatest collection! mollon-f.lcture of photographs and photographic the country, or the South can i material will he assembled and ex- adapt ilself as Hie change comes i n " J " cl1 '" *•'"•' llome |K>I 'C of George and benefit from a new Industry'" ' h'c benefit I with a far ! concluded. new greater demand, THE CAKE HIT LIME 'n MINI "Thb tasto thrill you will loiifj Remember! Fresh cooling; limes and peppermint blended into ;i master- piece.of> cake baking! '. ON SALE SATURDAY ONLY! Telephone Your Order — Dial 2073 HART'S BAKERY EK.slmun. KDdak inventor. Institute, first of Us kind anywhere, be in operation within two yours. The University of Rochester and Kastman Kodak Co. will cooperate on the project. The company's collection will he turned over to the Institute. The University is contributing the Eastman home which was willed to the University by Eastman and has served since hts death in 1S32 as home for the University's president. Photographic albums of Victor lingo. Emperor Napoleon III, Queen Victoria and others will be there. There will be pre-pholog- raphy devices tor recording pictures such a.s the camera obscnra, the Silhouette, and the Physiono- trace, a large collection of Da- guerreolypcs. Daguerrotype appr... rat us, even Daguerrc's paintings nnu sketches. The collection includes \vct col- lodion outfits, albumen prints, 19th century candid and miniature cameras ur;ed a.s -secret devices ANTUJIIKS WOltK There is historical material I showing development of dry-plate rameiiLS. roll film and roll-film cameras. Icn.s. printing processes, cameras and projectors and materials for color photography. There are even -se'v- eral of the famous' Qiinmont three-color movie projectors wilh sound, built in of the its 1912. apparatus original Is pro- work i 11£ Doctor Advocates Selectivity in Human Breeding ;->•> • " 'BOSTON CUP) — Mankind must devise a "yardstick of heredity" and make selective breeding of the human race one of its ultimate L;O;I]S. a Boston doctor or philosophy bslievcs. Dr. Emil M. Ifartl, director of the Charles Hayden Good Will Inn for Most served ii condition. It will cost an estimated $300.- COO to act the George Eastman j Boys at Boston's famed Morgan House, as it will he known, ready 1 Memorial, said his observations of for Ihe public and another $100.- ! .some 0,000 boys over a .period of C30 a year to operate -it. Eastman | years had convinced him that such Kodak Co. will foot this bill for at,! a step was necessary. least five years. When completed, the Institute is "We've spent great sums on some members of society whose endow- cxpccted lo draw camera fans lnom is su 1'mitcd that they never students, scientists and 'engineers! csm ^ made "sefnl citizens." lie from ill! over the world. The In-! s " ld '" an mt «view. stitntc plans to hold contemporary! ,"M°?l children get into the hands photographic exhibits and .. offer' ? f socml *9 rk ? rs because of a tough lectures. i , ."»?•' "Such Thomas break in life, but many of them are ill-equipped by nature as well environment." Cites Nazi Theory _ , Dr. Hartl said lie had no inten- not only for the pictorial world | scheme" of state forced selective but also for the growing number; tion of advancing any "crackpot of people interested in the uses of; breeding, but added "that "some industrial an institution," says J. Ilargrave, Eastman president, "will surely be a SELL Your Car While Prices are HIGH! to SHELTON ! Motor Company J S119W. Ash Phone 438 J photography, for photographic magazine' editors arid technical editors of the press, arid for amateur snanshootcrs. ;'''"• Alan ''Valentine, President' of''trfe University of Rochester, hopcs"the Institute will become a "cultural center for Rochester and far beyond and a center of those photographic' arts of which was the chief creator." Rebels Repulsed ASUNCION, Aug. 22, (UP)—Tlie Paraguayan high command today issued nn official communique declaiini: that it considered the revo-' lution at nn end. II said that normal conditions now prevail or ar» beins restored throughout the country. sort of project will have to be undertaken in the future." "The Nazis believed in selective breeding, bill went about it in the wrong way—they used the theor; that a whole race was bad. I believe it is a matter if individuals, 1 he said. '"lake this new high line chicker •Eastman' ° r Henry Wallace's. That was developed by careful study of wha makes a good hen. We need a similar study of human beings." First, he said, he would like to have an endowment of perhap: $503,000 set up so that scientifii study might oe made of heredity: effects on behavior. Lianas, creeping Tre.pics. grow lo r Icet. Water flows their stems. vines of the length of BOO freely through Not Quite Equal Days and nights are not equal at tile equator. Prom sunrise to sunset is about eight minutes longer, tine to the width of the sun's disk, and to the bending of the sun's rays by the atmosphere, which allows us to see the sun before It rises and after it sets. Buy.... The circular -saw urst was used in Maiiic. shortly after 1830. .... Stays Fresh Longer! 8 oz 'A' Grade All White Duck 9' and 7i' Bemis Bag Co. COTTON PICK SACKS ELBERTA PEACHES $2.50 and $3.00 Per Uushel We Kell: • By the Pound '• By the Bushel • Tnicktoad BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 E. Main. Phone f)73 LOT SALE WEST OF HIGHWAY 61 ON CAMP MOULTRIE DRIVE AND TWO BLOCKS FROM NEW SCHOOL SITE These lots have been reduced $100 each. 25 per cent down, balance 90 days. No interest. 5 per cent discount for cash. These lots are restricted, therefore your investment is protected. One modern home just completed. Deed and abstract furnished. \ Phone 3309 O.S.ROLLISON 405 N. Broadway Blythevi!le,Ark. LOTSOFFUNFORALL THE OLD CAR DERBY At the Mississippi Co. Fairgrounds Sunday, Aug. 24,2*30 p.m. AND EACH SUNDAY THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER THRILLS! SPILLS! FUN GALORE! • Full Racing * Stock Model Program! Racers! See the Jalopies in Action! ADM. 601 ^ Sponsored by Dud Cason Post 24, of the American Legion

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