The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1934 · Page 3
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V, J*«JL-± 21, 1934 ^u> T O O O E and Note* for the ftiotorlets A New Activity in the Automotive Industry Lead Motor Industry in Upward Climb From 1933 Registrations (From the Wall Street Journal) DETROIT.— Two companies more than doubled their retail stiles of passenger cars ,ln the first five months this yeav over the like 1933 period, according to final new car registration returns. FordMotol Co., with a gain of 135% and Hudson Motor Car Co.. with mi in crease of 120%, made the biggest strides in comparison with tlieli last year's retail sales. The industry as a whole showed H gain ol 51.89!i, with total registrations ol 111,479 cats against 508,177 in the firel five monllis of 1933. Ford Motor Co. [including Lincoln? advanced its percentage of the industry's passenger car business fo 305. from 19.4'} in the corresponding period of 1933. with aggregate registrations of 231.601 cars against 98,!>25. Of this number Lincoln accounted fov 686 against 940 in 1933. Hudson increased its percentage of total business to 357,. from 2.4%, with total registrations of 2G.989 cats, compared with 12,251 lost year. The Hudson car showed the sharpest gain with a five-fold increase, registrations jumping to 8.983 from 1,406, while the Terraplane scored a gain of 66% to I8.00G from 10,845. The five months' figures showed decisive gains by several other makes. Nash, Including the new Lafayette, increased 90.0% to 8,497 from 4,458; Olds 89.4% lo 25,149 from 13,280; Plymouth 78% to 124,835 from 70,132; Dodge 6fi.2% to 40.188 from 24,185; LaSalle 43.17, to 1.998 from 1,396; Graham 40.1% to 5,038 from 4.026; Studebaker-Rockne, 34.7?c. to 17,665 from 13,118 and Cadillac 333Tr to •>.- irom 1.821. Ford Leads in Total Sales Ford let! all makes in actual number of passenger, cars lifted with a total for the first five months this year of 230,181 cars, followed by Chevrolet with 204,121, Plymouth with 124.835. Dodge with •40,188 and Poniluc with 32.G7S, as the first five in volume Three makes, Ford. Chevrolet A new activity in automobile manufacture Is the car conditioning process, now standard practice the nine Cheviolel car assembly plants In the Uultid Slates. Every cur jimsl undergo a rigid tlghtei ing, tune-up, inspection nnd road test tefore it Is marked O.K. for delivery. The line drawing Illustrnt tin- Invent of a typical car conditioning plant, and the general view shows the lanes of eara over parall pits. , PflLJMF \g Employers Turn to "Red Demon" When Iheir Workers Strike Here's New Way to Make Jellied Salad yrai>:, sains. have charge ol car The business was established here about a yc-ar ago by J. C Appleby. "Meet My New Mount" Sales (or First Hall of 1934 Far Above Firsl Half of 1933 DETROIT.—World production nf | Chevrolet cars during the month and Plymouth accounted lor 72.S%jof June totaled 98,141 units, mak- of the entire passenger car bust- ng Ihe company's production for ness in ihe first five months, com pared with 615'/; in like period of 1933. The three major companies. General Motors, Ford and Chrysler advanced their percentage of total passenger car business • to 90.ir» ftom 89.27^ in the first five months of last year, despite a drop by General Motors to 31.4<>. from 48% a year ago. Chrysler Corp. advanced to 23.3 'i of the tola! from 21.8</r and Ford jumped lo 30% from 19.4%. Results Tabulated Tabulation belnw compares passenger car registrations for the first five months of 1934 with the like period of 1933. percentage of each make to the industry's total for the two periods and the percentage gain or In™ for 1934 com. pared with 1933: 5 Inc. 1934 Over IIV PAUL rUKKISON NEW YOKK—'there Is no Uleiill- 1'iuioii on the door ol the Dergotl ce Uuieiui. llu- natlon-wldc irLke-hi'citking organisation whh'h xxuples tilugy offices in nn tin-, retentions building on Columbus! 3licle. nut II was i-u.sy to know' lien I had found Hie right iluce, Icr the stiilly little ri'd- r.lnlfd anteroom ««.-. crowded with aige men, must ol Ihrm with hiltcnci! nosi'S and cauliflower Occasionally u blonde girl voukl come (o Ihe liny utndoiv peer at si new visitor. If he were undersized, or youthful, had the air of mi ndventme-seek- (.' she would tell him that no men were being hired Jusl now ua guards or strikebreakers, when lie wcm out, the vest of Ihe men would resume their talk of exciting Inlwr warfare. * * i After u while the door wus unbolted and I was ndiniucd lo n .series o! inner olTlces. all of thorn palmed the same dull red. a;,d finally walked inlo the presence ol the red-headed mini whom militant labor circles have known for 25 years ns Ihe "Red Demon.' He signs himself P. 1,. Bergolf i.ud h" would like lo have people forget thai his first name Ls I'earl Irrtofl doesn't look like H millionaire, although he has made hu ll> ' NKA Is the principal Irirfilleut In till* jellltiJ luiu'linm rlnn which Is u perfect miln coune. fur hot »T«tlirr menus. In Iheiu, HIT economical, too. Pouting mayonnaise into hall- For Instance, when you have u cooled gelatin, before adding the iither Ingredients, Is the modern method of making nuiln-Mmrsc, Jellied salads. When homeiiuikei's lirst began lo use yelallii for salads, they served Ihe dicsslny separately but thanks lo finnous dlc- tltlnns, they've tanned that the Iliivur of salad Is Improved If the combination lakes place bcfun 1 llw mixture sets. Jellied salads lire easy lo pre pare and, since lell-overs can 1)0 :ltsh of liens, a few given beans, several olives and u bit of cold salmon or lunafish In the Icebox, combine them In u lemon or plc-flavorcd geintln to nuike a luncheon or Sunday nighl .supper dish. Or udd u few fresh fruits lo panned left-overs, chill Ihe mixture In u mill-flavored gelatin and you hove jiarly refreshment. • » • Ham .luncheau ring Is u delicious buffcl supper i/r luncheon dish made In the new manner. Here '| Is the recipe: Di^olve one package of gelatin uusplc. flavor) In one. cup of boll- Ing water. Add ihree-mmrlors cup of cold water, set In icebox until It begins to thicken. Tnkc out, and bent In three-quarters cup of may- onnasli'. Then stir In one and otiL'-hnlf cups'Of cold, diced ham; two liiblcspoons of minced green pepper mill" two tablespoons of minced dill pickle. Chill until firm and serve on n bed of crisp lettuce or olher salad greens. Hobart Bosworth. famed, movie and radio star, Is shown above .oducing'' his new Stud'ebafcer ' Connnander to his 'full-blooded Arabian horse, "Cameo," on the lawn of his California estate.. Mr. Bosworth named his car "Oalvria." He purchased'-the Commarkler In ' several millions expects lo mills of nearly 50 per cent greater than Ihe first half of 10:13. according lo an announcement made by the officials of the South Bond. Ind.. and on the-long, drive hqme averaged 15.4 miles' pei Chevrolet Motor Company. Make Chevrolet Pontiac Oldsmohile Buick Cadillac LsSalle 1D34 Units 1933 204,121 ice 32.U75 .0 25,149 B9.4 22,061 15.2 2.436 33.8 1.993 43.1 Gen'i Motors Total 289,043 18.G for a as 0,7 81 136.!) Lincoln . , 8 80 5.7' For.1 Motor Total 231.607 135.1 Plymouth I24.B3:; 78.0 Hodge 40.183 GS.2 Chrysler 9,820 5 8 DeSoto 4^Sft 3i>, 7' Chns. Corp. Total 119^337 61 7 Tervaplane ig.ooe Gfl.O Hudson 8,983 538.9 Hudson Mir Total 26,989 Smdebsker-Rorkiip 17(585 Nash Lafayeile Nash Mtrs Total Graham Willys-Overland Packaril Hupmobilp Reo Miscellaneous 7.011 1.42G 8.497 5.C38 120.3 3-1.7 58.1! 01)6 4H.1 Desptle this obviously high pro- I _ duclion for the first half of 1934,!" there l>; still u bluirlugc of Chev- ' mtr-L ears in the field, officials slated. During the month of June more lhan a do;.en solid trainload ihipmcnti were moved inlo as many kr.-y cities In various parts ol Ihe country in an effort, to catch up un unfilled orders. Plans I call lor duplicating the^e ship-, menis in additional cities durin?! July. Chevrolet'', production maintain-! ed a steady price during tlie early I pait of .Inly. Figures released by! company official;, loday showed! that domestic and export prodnc- ir.n lor the week ending July 11 .Dialed 23.08'J units, a better dally | ivertip.e than was achieved In lime. i lievrolcl's icroid-hrenklii" sales! continued their, advance In June.; •.hntlr-rinj; rill monllily records] i'mnf May 1931. and achieving (hi; J highest June total since 1929. of-1 ficials of the Chevrolet Molor j Comp.iny nnncunred. Retail sales' for the month, as compiled from I nitre' reports, were Ihe basis of | ,- nnnoimcc-menl. 'VitfifiaTrrWill (>ivr Food Show Tfnv Nexi Week gallon of gasoline. Mrs. Bosworth is also seen In- Uw picture. While Troops Guard Slatehouse 2.221 2.G3G 1.432 4,540 A hr>me economic demonstration iiiul food ?hnw featuring frozen r^latis. frozen desserts nnd party ^iiit-nu': will bf presented Monday 637-'and Tuesday by the Everett B. Gee 42.1' Sates t.'o, local Frigidaire dealer." 23.2' Tin- drmtmclralions will be held 184 in the srilf-s office on Main street 306' next itour tn the Arkansas-Mis- Grand Total 171,479 ' indicates decrease. 513 Automobile Sales Co. J. C. Appleby The J. C. Appleby Motor Co., located In ihe Malian building on ihe corner of Main and Fifth streets, has been taken ovsr by the Automobile Sales Company, it was announced today by C, M. Peel, of Memphis, who Is now in charge of the business. make u lot more. He Is short, stocky, has a Juw like n snapping turtle's, and looks at you through spectacles which magnify Ine chilliness of his pale blue eyes. Bill he lurned out to be n pleasant fellow who likes lo mlk. His Ulliiin Friends "OUiers can oieak strikes r>! dalsy-plckcrs or button-hole makers," he said. "Bui when there's trouble in steel or railroads, or along Ihe docks In San Francisco, they come to me. I've been In ihis tmslniss 25 years, and there's scarcely a' railroad or • a shipping line or a tig industrial plain that hasn't been one of my cliena. I'm noi against labor, or unions, personally—see? I don'l like Green, but I like Sam Gomprrs. I gal lots of respect for most ot the union hends. and they have lor me "I.iVe om'-'e In Hulfiilo, when T. V. O'Connor was chief of the Icmg- tliuieniciff union and called Ilifin out. A mnn brought him up to from Ihein. I tip ofl the big concerns, so Ihey know when to hil back. They hire me to do the hltiliiB, and ! pay tlie guys thai dive me the .tips. It's a uoml system." Wilson- Society — Personal DAN THOMAS — - GEORGE; SCAR60 ronfi Power Co., and will be free lo all housewives in this .section M-lin are nb!e to attend. Refrefliniciitc will Ix- wived Supporting the giant columns rising along the front of North Dakota's capitol al Bismarck, national guardsmen stood during the hectic legal battle between William Langer and Ole Olson as to who was '.oil i afternoon and nijjlii, Mon- j rightfully governor after state courts disqualified Linger, and Olson, me and sitys, "Tom. you are Ihe g;iy who makes Ihe strikes; I wain jou lo meet Bergofl. the guy who breaks the sli-ilvs." Well, Tom :;i;il 1 stuck 0111 our rticsi:: at each olher, hut we ireni am) had £om<? beers and always liked each other filter that That's l],i> sums O'Connor \vho got lo bi head of thf U. y. Shippins Tioard. 1 * • * In Tliav Cast- The "Red niiuon" tnid he n:i.s| born in Detroit, brought up in' Souih Dakota, and came to Mr 1 . 1 , Yo:fc because his father wus in the scU-fish business. N.vdmg ;i lob. and belnv a hnrd-Iisl.-'d yomifj- ster. he didn't mind working as a conductor during n subway striki in 1895. By 1898 lie wa-. n d:t<-c- llvr in ihe company's employ. Next .re became |>erson:d bodyguard nnd detective for simitar.! White, and later n- :U called in :L, nn oflicial In ihe Harry K. Tlia,v case when the latter slew Wlul». The publicity bronchi him in 'h'-' altcntion of city officials, ulio hired him to smash the Mrjet denning strike in 1907. panic year was a prosperous MIC for BergoU; he told me he mad' 5400,000 breaking the strife telegraph and shipping courrrns He b'titl.ered nrmles of picked mm tossed 4aw into the Phlb'l.'i;]i.i transit strike t,t 1009, cru'hnl -i sice; strike In Pittsburgh «iil 5COO—48 of whom were killed >. wounded. Tie eslal.lisliul mile. I" Cleveland, Chicago Phlliiil,--] l*ia and Boston, and vm Dr. ami Mrs. Oscar Btirksdole mve returned from I'ontotoc. Miss., where, they were called by tlie death of Mrs. Barksdalc's brothfr- in-ltiw. Jolm T. Rogers. . '. . Mrs. H. P. Foster, of Monetle, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. .irelie Hood. | IflJJi Mrs. J. It. Culloni, her duugluers. Misses Carolyn 1 jintl Mary, a.nd her sons, Charles atxi Jerry, ore .visit- Ing Mrs. Culloni's mother, Mrs. Carolyn Thiirman ,'nt Sotriervllle, Tenu. . . :. '. Misses Maiy Cltiirt! and . E\ p elyn Cone Mufphy have returned''from natesville, where they spent Mwo weeks with friends. Mrs. Ida Moseley, of New'Edin- burgh. Ark., arrived Wednesday to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Ferguson. .Mi-, anil Mrs. Roy Waters:have gone to F^irle, where ',!iey me giie.sls of Ihe former's parcnl.s, ^^r nnd Mrs. J. M. Waters. Mr. unit Mrs. Cone Murphy have moved into the house recently occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Roy "wat- ,-r:,. F.iu.chs lias accepted the i us miiiuiijer of the Ford ni-re. siifcefillng Roy WaC- Kuby Crain has returned i i ;ni(e weeks vacation al as lieutenant-governor, attempted to take over the office. day ami Tue^d.iy, and the guests | will receive free pri;-.i/s ami gifts. Tlie first demonstration will be-' Bin Monday afternoon nl 2:30 o'clock and ihe night dvmonstra-; lion «lll be held al 7:30 o'clock.!. The same schedule wl || be carried! cBrt.^" 1 «"l«^"alVSr "with "* ! out m Tuesdays program. l.ove Note Ordered KreaJ y. conn. cUPl Youth, IS, Built His Own Guitar trainloads of burly wherever trouble threatened wherever ind i ers' ntu uitrialisLs would pay JiMlle. Monte N«, Ark. T. V. Caraway ami family, of Maid Suing- Ryan Heir for $100,000 . price. Once h? shipped The demonstrations will be. conducted by Miss Gladys Kealhley, prominent home economist, and R. M. Sklpwith, both of the Frigidaire | bread. I baker, produced a noteV court toi HOLSTEIN, Neb. (UP)—A home substantiate his accusation. The'made guitar, fashioned by him note, wrillcn In Italian, turned j sell, Is owned by Hershel DeBord, cut to be an order for a loaf of i 15, of Holstein. The company will continue to i Corporation, Dayton, O. handle Studebaker. Hudson. Terrt- plane, Austin and Willys automobiles and Kelvlnator electric refrigerators, according to Mr. Peel, who has hart a number of years experience as a falcs engineer lor electric refrigerators and will be m charge of this department. W. B. Cook of Memphis, who has been connected with Ihe au- t.-,T,ibiie buiineos for a number -f i Coopcraling In the food show will be MeMullin's Cash Grocery.; Homemade Fireimrks Worked which will present appropriate: foods for summer time meals, and ! , BARNESVILLE, O. (UP)-Mat- CrnlB's Dairy, which will display:" 1 ™ Va » Fossan . »• walllcd lo various dr,lrv products lllvnu £omo l>™w»*s of '"s own. tried using carbide of Ihe type I which fills mine lamps, put a n presidenl--. of tlie United 1 quantity in a fruit jar. was bllnd- . came Irom Virginia. Ohio rd in one eye wlien water reached second wii:i itven. tlie chemical, exploded it. The Instrument was constructed, ; he says, at a total cost of $1.50 | and the "rhakings" came from a variety of sources. Tin for the sides came from a discarded tin wagon; the back and front from an old organ back; Ihe neck from an old red cedar fence post and the frets from pounded nails. Ihc men to operate the T.iiira.'.K Cuba. S« "Lots nf Troublt" In 1925 he went to Florida nith 42.000.000 and last every dime ul |t In real estate spccutal'ion. (inic Timncy was one of his associates. And no»- he's back smashing strikes again, and admits he's recouping "" He a millionaire was foresees la New Automobile Sales Co. Cor. Main ,t Fifth (Successors to J. C. Applehy Motnr CO i :itiriebakcr. Hudson, Terrnplana and Willys cnrs. ils fortune at a oreat rate. ^ has sent several hundred "guards", who can serve as strike-breakers *f ordered, to the San Francisco area. He may send thousands more n C J!^ v CX| J: ClS ,, a , (ranMI Mrlkc l'orK ,-u.,, .-.„«« ^ Wl . u n New York which may require (above) entered a H00,000 d«m- . the services of 4000 "specialists." |, ge Eiitt against All«n A. Rj»i I "I ex|»cl a lot of iroublc in st , holr to traction riilllionjl, ••- •- ~ - - ' charging him with "lorclbU losi- maklng". A former semnt, in nn Jonc.sboio, h:ivc moved lo the house I Willy Brown grizzly baars weigh recently occupied by C.aytha 1'or- i from 500 to 1000 pounds, yet their t er " | cubs weigh us little as cne pound Mrs. II. M. Lewis and daughter.; "t hlrih. • I Anna Martin, linvj returned from j in tlx wei'ks vkil n-llli Mrs. 1/jwls i I parents. Rev. m.d Mrs. W. T. Maul;., at Ccnway. They also visited Mis. Lawis sisters, Mrs. O. W. Petwny, at Little Hock, and Mrs. MarCn Koliari. nl Pine BlulT. j Joe H. Htfitnbfig. of K:nneit,| Mo., and l^e Rosenberg, of Ma-! nlin, ueri 1 guests frlday of Mr. I and Mrs. Walter. Card. '. Mrs. 'Hudson Wrenn lefi Wed- j ncsriay for Dallas. Tf-x.. vtlifn- stu- will br the giii'.st uf her molln'i', Mrs. J. W. Hli:gs. Mrs. Cleveland Hudson, of Tiifj^- lo. Miss., ami Mis C. II. Jum?r.. of Corinth, Mls.s., were called here by the c!ealh of lli.'ir nephew, Joe Wayne M.irllndalc. Thursday. War Vet'j Bicycle Gave Way to $15 Auto I.RWISTON, Idaho iUPi—You've got to keep.up with th2 thnes so Spanish War Vet Elmer J. nurnell sold his bicycle and boii£ht a 1952 Ford. ' He was getting too old to pump the bicycle up and down Idaho's hills. He sold the two wheels and frame, sprocket chain and all. for J17 and paid $15 for 111? car. t Fleclnc Get our prices and tPrms before you i;i,y.any electric refrigerator. iHONE 134 FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE DKPT. this country," said Pearl Ixniis Bergoff. "I know what's going ou Jin labor circles because I got op- I etallve. in every big union Nol Read Courier News Want Ads. a day passes but I jei reports Ryan houieheld, MjM toff Eb« will •<• her tint | .ft.J°!«!j • ''' I JOYNER & BONIFTELD

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